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Originally Posted by kakakakaka View Post

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

Haha. I`ve connencted the sli-bridge and the psu-cables to the gpu`s. The last card is at 1.200v, but not 1.212v. The final result is more like this:

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Originally Posted by Wrathier View Post

Hi, just wanted to post the update from EVGA regarding mining with Cudaminer.

They are clearly very evasive in regards to this question, but they are not saying directly, that the cards are unable to either. - This is the reply I received:

That's a "normal' email they sent out here and there, take it as a reminder or extra support for those who may not know to do that. It's odd that they'd sent this to a direct question you sent them.. I'd expect a separate answer.
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Yes, I have asked them multiple times specifically in regards to mining and that was there last answer.

My first e-mail and there first answer:

Hi Team,

I have registered the following product: EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Superclocked ACX 3GB with SN: 13125328846007309.

So far I have not overclocked the card or added any custom bios etc.

I am writing this e-mail as I cannot understand why my card gets so hot running stock speeds and voltages during Litecoin mining. - We are talking "BURNING" hot VRAM temps around or above 100 degrees (Educated guess, I don't have any way to measure it).

This card is brand new and was a replacement for the other card on my profile "Wrathier" at your page, as the other card burned after a few weeks of mining. (That card was overclocked 120Mhz on the core, so that might have been the reason I do not know).

According to Precision X the cards GPU never exceeds between 71-74 degrees depending on the ambient temperature in my room.

Should I be worried?

Kind regards,

XXXXXXXX

supportEU@evga.com
16.01 (for 9 timer siden)

To me:

EVGA Support Email

XXXXXXXXX, thank you for contacting the EVGA Customer Service Team. My name is Matthew Moser and I will answer your question today.

Your Answer:

Hi XXXXXX,

The VRAM do get hot on the card and the GPU temps are fine for the card so the card appears to be fine. If you wish to overclock the card, while we cannot officially support overclocking we do have a very active member base on our forums that have written numerous guides and can be extremely helpful when trying to push the bounds of your hardware. They can be found here. (http://forums.evga.com/)

Regards,
EVGA
Your Que


When I then asked even more directly into it, I received the information I posted earlier.
Edited by Wrathier - 4/8/14 at 5:06pm
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

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


Cheers

Ed

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@OccamRazor

Precision X readings are as follows:

1084 MHz (+0) - (1.100 v)
1111 MHz (+26) - (1.071 v)
1137 MHz (+52) - (1.049 v)
1163 MHz (+78) - (1.036 v)
1189 MHz (+104) - (1.024 v)
1202 MHz (+117) - (1.011 v)

They actually came out lower than what GPU-z was reading (at least for some)

EDIT: If I wanted to flash the stock BIOS do I follow the same steps when using EZflash in the guide?

Thank you for all the help!

Regards!
Edited by mark_thaddeus - 4/8/14 at 5:11pm
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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

The Super OC is basically the normal / base edition.

There is the basic 780 HOF Ti and 780 HOF Ti +; the only difference is in the clocks. The base model (OC edition) has a base clock of 1006 MHZ while the + model has a base clock of 1020 MHz.

I have the + card and one of our fellow OCN members did a very thorough review of it:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1478573/review-galaxy-gtx-780-ti-hall-of-fame-hof-performance-test/0_20

EDIT: It's actually the same reviewer from the link you gave! biggrin.gif
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Yeah, but before I go using the EVGA 780's (Cause I can return unopened)
Would anyone buy this card, are they worth the gamble?
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Originally Posted by mark_thaddeus View Post

@OccamRazor

Precision X readings are as follows:

1084 MHz (+0) - (1.100 v)
1111 MHz (+26) - (1.071 v)
1137 MHz (+52) - (1.049 v)
1163 MHz (+78) - (1.036 v)
1189 MHz (+104) - (1.024 v)
1202 MHz (+117) - (1.011 v)

They actually came out lower than what GPU-z was reading (at least for some)

EDIT: If I wanted to flash the stock BIOS do I follow the same steps when using EZflash in the guide?

Thank you for all the help!

Regards!


Yes its the same procedure with EZflash, what was the GPU load when you increased clocks?
Test it with the stock bios (clocks and voltages) and post it here or PM me! thumb.gif


Cheers

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hey hows it going i just wanted to stop by and say hello hope it not a problem i just filled out the form to become part of this awesome group I just did my very first build and got two Asus 780 Ti DCII with ek water blocks on them now
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hey hows it going i just wanted to stop by and say hello hope it not a problem i just filled out the form to become part of this awesome group I just did my very first build and got two Asus 780 Ti DCII with ek water blocks on them now

Of course its not a problem! Welcome! band.gif
Post some RIG pictures too! smile.gif
And fill your SIG with your RIG! It helps us to help you!
There is a link in my SIG! thumb.gif

Cheers

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