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Can you elaborate on that?


I have owned 2 om them and they both would stick to clocks when minimizing 3D apps.

Voltages would sometimes stick at lower than desired.

Unstable frametimes and general strange "flow" in games while benchmarks would score higher.

Worst of all though were how it would act as if some clocks just were not stable while it would be perfectly fine with running higher.

Then ofc, it just blew up with a loud crack at stock clocks after 10 minutes in valley with skyn3t bios.
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I have owned 2 om them and they both would stick to clocks when minimizing 3D apps.

Voltages would sometimes stick at lower than desired.

Unstable frametimes and general strange "flow" in games while benchmarks would score higher.

Worst of all though were how it would act as if some clocks just were not stable while it would be perfectly fine with running higher.

Then ofc, it just blew up with a loud crack at stock clocks after 10 minutes in valley with skyn3t bios.
Wow, that sounds bad. Damn, I can't decide which GTX 780 Ti to buy...
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Wow, that sounds bad. Damn, I can't decide which GTX 780 Ti to buy...


Well, anything but the MSI, it has the better cooling though out of all the TI's in the pricerange. I would get a reference one and put a Prolimatech MK26 on it. However I would not trade my card for any other TI since it OC's like mad at 1300 core with the acx Cooler and 1.212 V. Keep asking questions on here and im sure you will make the right choice for your build!

Acx is loud at higher speed than 60% but looks gorgeous and is of great overall quality.

Windforce is flimsy and overall lower quality of the PCB. At least what i could see.

MSI well.. Its pretty much a woman. You cant figure it out.

DCU II is too heavy and sags down. Not cool enough to justify the price i think.


I have tried all of the above and this is just my opinion, not the general truth .
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I'm not experiencing any of those issues. My card has a bit of coil whine, but other than that it's perfect.

That said, the only reason to buy the MSI is if you're absolutely sound sensitive.

The Classy/Kingpin are better cards if you're ok w/ the noise...from reviews and comments it looks like 90% of folks are fine w/ it...so...yeah...which ones are you looking @?
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Originally Posted by robirobi View Post

Wow, that sounds bad. Damn, I can't decide which GTX 780 Ti to buy...


Well, anything but the MSI, it has the better cooling though out of all the TI's in the pricerange. I would get a reference one and put a Prolimatech MK26 on it. However I would not trade my card for any other TI since it OC's like mad at 1300 core with the acx Cooler and 1.212 V. Keep asking questions on here and im sure you will make the right choice for your build!

Acx is loud at higher speed than 60% but looks gorgeous and is of great overall quality.

Windforce is flimsy and overall lower quality of the PCB. At least what i could see.

MSI well.. Its pretty much a woman. You cant figure it out.

DCU II is too heavy and sags down. Not cool enough to justify the price i think.


I have tried all of the above and this is just my opinion, not the general truth .

Dude...I can't even begin to tell you how awesomely hilarious this post is, lol! Also, RIGHT ON w/ your 1300 core! Is this an SC or a Classy? That's 100 Mhz more than me! frown.gifthumb.gif
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Well, anything but the MSI, it has the better cooling though out of all the TI's in the pricerange. I would get a reference one and put a Prolimatech MK26 on it. However I would not trade my card for any other TI since it OC's like mad at 1300 core with the acx Cooler and 1.212 V. Keep asking questions on here and im sure you will make the right choice for your build!

Acx is loud at higher speed than 60% but looks gorgeous and is of great overall quality.

Windforce is flimsy and overall lower quality of the PCB. At least what i could see.

MSI well.. Its pretty much a woman. You cant figure it out.

DCU II is too heavy and sags down. Not cool enough to justify the price i think.


I have tried all of the above and this is just my opinion, not the general truth .
Unfortunately EVGA isn't available in Singapore... wackosmiley.gif The only NVIDIA brands available here are Asus, Gigabyte, Leadtek, MSI, Palit and Zotac.
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I'm not experiencing any of those issues. My card has a bit of coil whine, but other than that it's perfect.

That said, the only reason to buy the MSI is if you're absolutely sound sensitive.

The Classy/Kingpin are better cards if you're ok w/ the noise...from reviews and comments it looks like 90% of folks are fine w/ it...so...yeah...which ones are you looking @?
Dude...I can't even begin to tell you how awesomely hilarious this post is, lol! Also, RIGHT ON w/ your 1300 core! Is this an SC or a Classy? That's 100 Mhz more than me! frown.gifthumb.gif
So the MSI has less coil whine than the competition?
Edited by robirobi - 4/4/14 at 8:57am
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More?

Another site also commented on the whine. I had an EVGA ACX and an Asus DC2 780. Neither had whine.
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I do.

I would not recommend it.

Read back a few posts and you'll see why.

There was little to no performance improvement. I am talking about 1 or 2 frames. Is that worth voiding your warranty on a $700 card?

But more importantly, BF4 actually feels SMOOTHER to me w/ the stock BIOS than the SKY BIOS. I have no idea if the SKY BIOS for our card is from the Gaming or reference. But something is not happy. I believe there is at least one other person that has flashed and did not mention any issues.

I might be doing something wrong. But the process is very easy and I don't see how I could have done anything wrong. It is ultimately your card and you will do what you want. But I'm going on record and saying, avoid. The card is insanely fast even before you OC it.

Good luck whatever you decide! thumb.gif

PS. Stock BIOS I can do 1210/7800. This is more than enough to ensure BF4 plays above 120 FPS 95% of the time. I made this a bit ago...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBlXN0l1xpw&feature=youtu.be
Thanks for the answers...I'd really like to know what's the max overclock with the stock bios though and what voltage etc to use.
    
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More?

Another site also commented on the whine. I had an EVGA ACX and an Asus DC2 780. Neither had whine.
OK, then I can skip the MSI. I thought it's one of the quieter ones...
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Thanks for the answers...I'd really like to know what's the max overclock with the stock bios though and what voltage etc to use.

There is no set answer to that, which is why no one gave it to you. It's all very dependent on silicon lottery and quality of the card and your system components really. I've seen reference stock coolered cards go to higher clocks than a classy, so it's all up to what kind of chip you got. The only true answer is for you to use trial and error like everyone else to find what YOUR card is most stable at for you usages.

I'm not trying to sound mean or blow off your question, it's just that there is NO general "Max" OC and voltage for ALL cards.
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There is no set answer to that, which is why no one gave it to you. It's all very dependent on silicon lottery and quality of the card and your system components really. I've seen reference stock coolered cards go to higher clocks than a classy, so it's all up to what kind of chip you got. The only true answer is for you to use trial and error like everyone else to find what YOUR card is most stable at for you usages.

I'm not trying to sound mean or blow off your question, it's just that there is NO general "Max" OC and voltage for ALL cards.
You reccomend me to raise voltage or maintain the stock voltage to reach higher cloaks?
    
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