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i'm googling like hell here all i can find are links to the G10 adapter and seperate G60/G40 systems?
Yes and no. They're independent of each other and can be ran as such, but can be combined as well.
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i'm googling like hell here all i can find are links to the G10 adapter and seperate G60/G40 systems?
I chose the kraken g10 and a Zalman lq310 to water cool my 780 ti.
Pretty simple to install and keeps it pretty damn cool. You will need heatsinks for the Vram and vrm


    
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I chose the kraken g10 and a Zalman lq310 to water cool my 780 ti.
Pretty simple to install and keeps it pretty damn cool. You will need heatsinks for the Vram and vrm

Did you hard mod the card to get more voltage for a higher OC? If not, why did you bother doing all this for only 1.212v Vcore?
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okay so i'm trying to overclock.. but the card does this (the clock is kinda unstable)

how do i prevent it? i am using the skyn3t bios. is something wrong or do i need to enable/disable something somewhere

this was btw taken while i was playing COD:ghosts
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okay so i'm trying to overclock.. but the card does this (the clock is kinda unstable)

how do i prevent it? i am using the skyn3t bios. is something wrong or do i need to enable/disable something somewhere

this was btw taken while i was playing COD:ghosts

The problem is your gpu is only at 60 percent usage. It should be higher then that. If your card isnt being utilized it will not stay at may clock. What are your rig specs? I havent played that game but I would try another game or synthetic bench and also over your cpu if it isnt already. There may be a bottleneck somewhere. We need some more Info you should fill out your rig in ur signature.

You did Increase your power/temp target right?
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Is this on the ACX cooler?

Yeah, it's the 780 Ti Classifieds.

Then no, an RMA will only prolong the pain. I and many others have returned those whiny ACX fans for other cards. Just nasty acoustical footprint it has. I've never heard a more annoying fan...and I've owned Tornados.

ACX = awful
DC2 = decent
TF4 = AMAZEBALLS!

Local friend of mine has a 780 ACX and it whines like a champ.

***DISCLAIMER***

I'm an audiophile w/ golden ears and understand the difference between silent and quiet and...well...not quiet. Feel free to disagree with me, but know that you are WRONG!
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Then no, an RMA will only prolong the pain. I and many others have returned those whiny ACX fans for other cards.

ACX = awful
DC2 = decent
TF4 = AMAZEBALLS!

Local friend of mine has a 780 ACX and it whines like a champ.


Mind linking each DC2 and TF4?

And how does Accelero Hybrid II - 120 compare according to you?
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Use evga precision-x. Precision also comes with Rivatuner and allows you onscreen information about voltage, temperature, clock speeds etc.

Thank you good sir! I'll definitely be looking into this!

Wish I could give you a rep! thumb.gif
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Then no, an RMA will only prolong the pain. I and many others have returned those whiny ACX fans for other cards. Just nasty acoustical footprint it has. I've never heard a more annoying fan...and I've owned Tornados.

ACX = awful
DC2 = decent
TF4 = AMAZEBALLS!

Local friend of mine has a 780 ACX and it whines like a champ.

***DISCLAIMER***

I'm an audiophile w/ golden ears and understand the difference between silent and quiet and...well...not quiet. Feel free to disagree with me, but know that you are WRONG!

Lol, did you just recommend a TF4 card over a classy??? I'm guessing that you mean just for sound reasons? Because in every other area, the classy stomps on the TF4 and the DCII
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Originally Posted by Jodiuh View Post

Then no, an RMA will only prolong the pain. I and many others have returned those whiny ACX fans for other cards. Just nasty acoustical footprint it has. I've never heard a more annoying fan...and I've owned Tornados.

ACX = awful
DC2 = decent
TF4 = AMAZEBALLS!

Local friend of mine has a 780 ACX and it whines like a champ.

***DISCLAIMER***

I'm an audiophile w/ golden ears and understand the difference between silent and quiet and...well...not quiet. Feel free to disagree with me, but know that you are WRONG!

I'd say that partially depends...

one of my kingpins had a distinct whine.... the other one doesn't have the issue at all.
 
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