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post #9731 of 16490
I'm quite happy to interpret that as "It's fine, just make sure your cooling is adequate."

As I mentioned earlier, the BIOS I posted is 120% TDP which limits it to 1085MHz@1085mV at approximately 70C above ambient with fan at 100% (4200rpm). The fan driver is almost certainly capable of 5200rpm (Titan's is), but I haven't gotten around to doctoring a BIOS for it yet. That should allow pushing the TDP to about 135-140% within a similar temperature range.
post #9732 of 16490
Any of you know much about the Galaxy GeForce GTX 780 Ti Hall Of Fame Super OC 3GB?

PCCG have got them on sale for $799 (Australia)

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=193_1577&products_id=27206&zenid=a311c2acf102ff8e4f0c5e3e0b017c6e

Can't find a single reliable review about it other than this:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?288783-REVIEW-GALAXY-GTX-780-Ti-Hall-of-Fame-%28HOF%29-Performance-Test
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post #9733 of 16490
Quote:
Originally Posted by kalleklovn12 View Post

Hi everyone!

I just installed my second GTX780ti. I`ve tried to flash the second card the same way as the othet. My first gtx card i can get to 1.212v, but the second only 1.200v. Does anyone know whats wrong? Just a pic of my current rig! smile.gif


Maybe obvious, but, have you selected the second gpu when applying voltage? Precision X -> Voltage -> select GPU.
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Yes. I dont know why its not working. mad.gif Thanks anyway.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey View Post

Any of you know much about the Galaxy GeForce GTX 780 Ti Hall Of Fame Super OC 3GB?

PCCG have got them on sale for $799 (Australia)

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=193_1577&products_id=27206&zenid=a311c2acf102ff8e4f0c5e3e0b017c6e

Can't find a single reliable review about it other than this:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?288783-REVIEW-GALAXY-GTX-780-Ti-Hall-of-Fame-%28HOF%29-Performance-Test

Isn;t that the one with the white PCB that's supposed to be the OC winner? Something like the Kingpin version from EVGA..?

EDIT: No it isn't i guess
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Hey Occam / skyn3t!

I have a question, I noticed when I start bumping my GPU core clock higher the base voltage also goes down (set at default - 0.950 v).

@stock 1084 MHz the min voltage in GPU-z is 1.1 v once I go past, here are the results for the minimum voltage (GPU-z readings):

1084 MHz (+0) - (1.100 v)
1111 MHz (+26) - (1.075 v)
1137 MHz (+52) - (1.051 v)
1163 MHz (+78) - (1.039 v)
1189 MHz (+104) - (1.027 v)
1202 MHz (+117) - (1.014 v)

Once I do manually adjust the voltages they do stick though, but I have to manually change the voltage manually each time I load a profile. Aren't you supposed to be able to save the voltage you set for each profile? Is this a bug or an issue? I'm using the latest BIOS for the Galaxy HOF 780 Ti made by skyn3t!

Thank you!

Give me the AB/PrecisionX monitor voltage readings please for the same clocks! wink.gif


Cheers

Ed

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Yes. I dont know why its not working. mad.gif Thanks anyway.

Try removing your first card and flash the second card again..? Looks more like a flash that didn't happen..?
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Isn;t that the one with the white PCB that's supposed to be the OC winner? Something like the Kingpin version from EVGA..?

EDIT: No it isn't i guess

Yes but no, I think this is the retail version.
The OC Winner was the V20 had a huge PCB...
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Yes. I dont know why its not working. mad.gif Thanks anyway.

Oh, and, you might want to try using a SLI connector wink.gif.
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Yes but no, I think this is the retail version.
The OC Winner was the V20 had a huge PCB...

Yes, and also an extra 6 pin power connector... But looks slick though. Software as well.
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