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This is good temps. thumb.gif

I need better tongue.gif Clocks will thank me for it...

Can't fit any more rads in the 900D but have a 1080 Nova coming tongue.gif
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To overclock a Rampage IV or some high end MB in the style. The R4BE has a 4PIN + 8PIN + ATX Power and a Molex at the bottom for tri or quad SLI/CF..

So does my maximus vi formula but that 4 pin auxiliary CPU cable is redundant unless you need to provide extreme power at subzero.
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Yours and some will be next! thumb.gif


Cheers

Ed

(Team skyn3t)

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just pulled the trigger and got 2x evga 780 ti SC with ACX coolers.

looking for water blocks now, turning out to be hard as everywhere is sold out frown.gif
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I'm thumbing through and searching and I see a ton of posts about the voltage on 780 Ti's - and I'm just making sure of something that seems pretty well stated - you can't run above 1.212v on a Ti at this point, correct? If theres a way please reply as to how - I'm starting to miss my regular 780 because I was having fun tuning it lol...

I have skyn3ts bios on it at 1.212, and I'm able to run 1351 @ 36C so this chip might be capable of a LOT more with more voltage.
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I'm thumbing through and searching and I see a ton of posts about the voltage on 780 Ti's - and I'm just making sure of something that seems pretty well stated - you can't run above 1.212v on a Ti at this point, correct? If theres a way please reply as to how - I'm starting to miss my regular 780 because I was having fun tuning it lol...

I have skyn3ts bios on it at 1.212, and I'm able to run 1351 @ 36C so this chip might be capable of a LOT more with more voltage.

Correct. Normal Ti is 1.212v maximum.

Only Classified and Kingpin have voltage control.
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Is it worth getting a 780 ti classified if I am only using air cooling?
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Is it worth getting a 780 ti classified if I am only using air cooling?

Nope. There is a very good chance it would overclock less than what you already have.

My Classy Ti hit the wall at 1360 mhz. At 1.35v, it's not something that could be games on. Benched with cool downs between runs, yes.
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Congrats on the new purchase. You'll love those cards, especially in sli!
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post #9260 of 16491
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Nope. There is a very good chance it would overclock less than what you already have.

My Classy Ti hit the wall at 1360 mhz. At 1.35v, it's not something that could be games on. Benched with cool downs between runs, yes.

How much does it cost for a watercooling setup for the GPU? I just ordered it and will probably save up to get a watercooling kit together.
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