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okay so this is a 15 minute stress test i made on my MSI 780 TI twin frozr Gaming.

The bios on the card was the skyn3t MSI reference bios.
The GPU clock was set to 1246 using nvidia inspector 1.9.7.2.
I had to raise the throttling temperature a little from the original 82 to 85 to ensure prolonged stability.
The card stayed at 84degrees and only once touched the 85 for a very short while. This did not result in downclocking at all.
Fan was run at 100% at all times.
Pictures beneath for further details.

http://img.techpowerup.org/140325/nvidia_20140325_172810.png

http://i.imgur.com/1VGwZhI.jpg


this clockspeed seemed to be the fastest able to run on the stock twin frozr cooler.
For a further increase in clockspeed an increase in temperature treshhold or a better cooling solution is needed.

I did not try to overclock the rams because i don't see any advantage of doing so in regards to gaming.

Hope this can help you other MSI 780 TI twin frozr gaming people smile.gif.
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Guys there is an asus gtx 780 you matrix platinum my card. My problem , that it is not possible to claim tenseness with one of the exterior softwares the gpu-nak. A little help would be needed for this. Unfortunately Afterburner known till now voltmod, zawarudoABhack, etc ineffective. That regulator is on him though ( ESP1212), than on Titan.



Thanks. smile.gif
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Guys there is an asus gtx 780 you matrix platinum my card. My problem , that it is not possible to claim tenseness with one of the exterior softwares the gpu-nak. A little help would be needed for this. Unfortunately Afterburner known till now voltmod, zawarudoABhack, etc ineffective. That regulator is on him though ( ESP1212), than on Titan.



Thanks. smile.gif






http://www.asus.com/support/Download/9/13/GPU_Tweak/35/


Cheers

Ed

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Unfortunately the gpu tweak does not solve it the tenseness statement problem. The max vcore voltage 1,175V
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Unfortunately the gpu tweak does not solve it the tenseness statement problem. The max vcore voltage 1,175V

The gpu would be needed because of this-more were

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See those easy solder points on the right side of the card by power connectors. All the voltage you will ever need tongue.gif
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See those easy solder points on the right side of the card by power connectors. All the voltage you will ever need tongue.gif

I know the mentioned opportunity, I believed a similar solution only, than in 780 of the cases of Titan and GTX
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Titanfall's main platform is Xbox One. It's actually pretty poorly optimized.
i had no problems with it whatsoever.. maxed out 4xAA with a stable 144fps (max with vsync)
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I only got to play beta a bit, is it worth the money? I'm looking for intensely fun MP.
it's really fun! but if you're looking for something compeditive it is not super good. i think there's missing a really fast passed FPS online game.. that titanfall potentionally could be, but the use of bots in multiplayer is just annoying.

It does however run fantastic on my 780TI[/quote]Maybe I shall give it a try then, it's very tempting. Do you know where I could possibly buy a backplate? EVGA, Amazon, anywhere I look they're sold out :|
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I know the mentioned opportunity, I believed a similar solution only, than in 780 of the cases of Titan and GTX

If is uses the asp1212 buck controller like the asus gtx780 dc2 I had and the asus gtx780ti dc2 then unfortunately the only was to push volts pass 1.212 is using asus hotwire. You can use variable resistors that what I used since I wasnt using an asus motherboard that was compatible. I think using resistors gives you better controller then plugging the hotwire into motherboard.
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If is uses the asp1212 buck controller like the asus gtx780 dc2 I had and the asus gtx780ti dc2 then unfortunately the only was to push volts pass 1.212 is using asus hotwire. You can use variable resistors that what I used since I wasnt using an asus motherboard that was compatible. I think using resistors gives you better controller then plugging the hotwire into motherboard.


Thank you, looks so, is left over then the voltmod on the pcb.
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