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Thanks for the reply, osarion! I got it used, which has me more worried, but at least I have eBay's money back guarantee to fall back on if it indeed is bad. I am hoping for the best because the seller stated nothing was wrong with it. Trying to be optimistic, but it is a big purchase. Will be getting it on Monday and running it through the normal gauntlet of tests.
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Thanks for the reply, osarion! I got it used, which has me more worried, but at least I have eBay's money back guarantee to fall back on if it indeed is bad. I am hoping for the best because the seller stated nothing was wrong with it. Trying to be optimistic, but it is a big purchase. Will be getting it on Monday and running it through the normal gauntlet of tests.

Welcome to OCN and congrats on your 780Ti, keep us posted how it goes. smile.gif

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Yeah, sorry should have mentioned that. It seems to be stable in game and in Catzilla at those clocks but Valley didn't want to run. I backed off to 1400/4040.



Is that a good score?

Yep. I scored 3652 with very slightly less clocks. I take it that's a ref card?

I can run Valley stable at 1395 core on mine. Not seen a higher ref clock till now!
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Hi, long time lurker that never really had a reason to post until now. I am new to PC gaming and just went all out and bought a 780 ti. The kicker is it is a Gigabyte 780 ti GHZ edition. The rest of my computer is more than capable of running it... i5 3570k, Asus P77 motherboard, 16gb 1866 RAM and 700W PSU. All the recent talk about the problems with this card has me worried. Are the problems really that widespread or is it a case that only a few out of a bunch are having this problem? Better yet, is a problem trying to overclock the card more than the factory OC, which I wont do anyway. Please give me a piece of mind. Just curious, how many people have perfectly working ones... factory OCed and GHZ?

From what I've seen the ones who got it truly stable are few. Once you get it I advice the first test to do is 3DMark11, it is the fastest way at showing the weaknesses in 780 Ti OCs, run it a few times, it can even catch unstable factory OCs (and was the main reason why I returned my GBT 780 ti GHz). 3DMark 13 doesn't look as intense TBH, my old Gigabyte was perfectly fine with 3DMark 13, once tested with 11 after a few minutes it starts artifacting.

The problem was exactly as this video shows.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Jflrp9E5wI
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Thanks for the reply, osarion! I got it used, which has me more worried, but at least I have eBay's money back guarantee to fall back on if it indeed is bad. I am hoping for the best because the seller stated nothing was wrong with it. Trying to be optimistic, but it is a big purchase. Will be getting it on Monday and running it through the normal gauntlet of tests.
Also worth noting that eBay should pay your return postage in that eventuality if you contact them... Did for me recently anyway and postage on the item was about £25. The item was not as described -pair of speakers that someone had changed the original nice aluminium tweeters for crappy silk car tweeters.
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So I can get 1267mhz under air stable expect a DX.dll crash but I think it's a titanfall issue as other games it's 100% stable, is that about right under air? I tried 1280mhz but crashed half way through 3D mark. Would my OC seem pretty good for air on the 780 Ti classified? I think I need more voltage by the looks of it, when I get them under water could I get more?
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I do reckon. The 335 drivers are broken it seems with the Ti's. Lotsa issues.
Didn't know, thanks for notifying tongue.gif
It did happen after like... 6 hours of gaming though.
It's not like it's regular.
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I think I need more voltage by the looks of it, when I get them under water could I get more? when I get them under water could I get more?

http://www.overclockers.com/evga-gtx780-classified-hydro-copper-waterblock-review

that should give you some idea what you can expect from a waterblock in comparisson to a air cooler on your gpu in terms of temperatures .
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I had a GHZ edition for a short while, it kept crashing 30 mins into games. Tried to replace it, but after a month with no replacement I just went for a classy.

Couldn't be happier!

Now i just need to figure out how to decently overclock it.
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Thanks for the advice guys. I will definitely run 3DMark 11 first thing. Also, at least I can get a refund if needed. Next time I will have to do my research a little more and maybe go with a vendor like EVGA. Will update on Monday with my results.
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