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I am personally much more interested in knowing what the changes are to be included in the upgrade program, I never used it - for me it will also mean a big deal if I can re use my pretty expensive waterblock and backplates or not etc. - It might not be worth it if I can just add a 780 Ti or 2 more.
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Now I'm not doubting or anything but Johnny Guru said similar about the PSU I'm using now...

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=304
"Summary

It's been a while since I last reviewed a PC Power and Cooling Silencer unit, and I'd have to say it's been a pleasure to have a look at this one. No longer are these units cursed by a loud 80mm screamer of a fan... instead they now use big, powerful, and more importantly quiet 140mm fans. And what's even better is, you can put this unit into semi-fanless mode and shut it off at low loads altogether. PC Power and Cooling has a winner, here.

The Good:

outstanding ripple suppression
very good voltage regulation
nice, sturdy modular connectors
seven year warranty
selectable semi-fanless mode
14 gauge power cord
da price came down

The Bad:

nice, sturdy, long modular connectors - could be an issue for some cases

The Mediocre:

Wolf's out of Cheetos."


I did end up ordering the eVGA though, I do hope it helps a bit..
post #9843 of 16504
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Originally Posted by WoOkiE FTW View Post

I sure hope it's speculative. 256-bit?

It's supposedly got so much onboard cache that the pipe can be smaller and not negatively impact performance. I guess we will see!
post #9844 of 16504
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Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey View Post

Now I'm not doubting or anything but Johnny Guru said similar about the PSU I'm using now...

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=304
"Summary

It's been a while since I last reviewed a PC Power and Cooling Silencer unit, and I'd have to say it's been a pleasure to have a look at this one. No longer are these units cursed by a loud 80mm screamer of a fan... instead they now use big, powerful, and more importantly quiet 140mm fans. And what's even better is, you can put this unit into semi-fanless mode and shut it off at low loads altogether. PC Power and Cooling has a winner, here.

The Good:

outstanding ripple suppression
very good voltage regulation
nice, sturdy modular connectors
seven year warranty
selectable semi-fanless mode
14 gauge power cord
da price came down

The Bad:

nice, sturdy, long modular connectors - could be an issue for some cases

The Mediocre:

Wolf's out of Cheetos."


I did end up ordering the eVGA though, I do hope it helps a bit..

I simply gotta reply to this, even that this has nothing to do with our graphic cards - I am doubting him, a lot lol smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Wrathier View Post

I simply gotta reply to this, even that this has nothing to do with our graphic cards - I am doubting him, a lot lol smile.gif

Who you doubting, Johnny or ED....lol
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Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey View Post

Who you doubting, Johnny or ED....lol

Ed is KING compared to Johnny smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Wrathier View Post

Ed is KING compared to Johnny smile.gif

Hang on, not trying to get off topic here, but weren't you arguing with him just before. rolleyes.gif

Coil whine and power supplies fits lightly under the GTX780ti topic though, there's been a few who have mentioned it..lol
post #9848 of 16504
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

See if they allow you to step up to the GTX 880! tongue.gif




This is speculative info! thumb.gif
256-bit bus? They have to move up to 512-bit like AMD, they can't put a 256-but memory bus into a Tesla. 20nm and just a few transistors more at almost the same TDP? Nothing looks right here. And where is Denver?
Edited by robirobi - 4/10/14 at 10:44pm
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Please send it through PM or in a post, that site is fishy! tongue.gif:




Cheers

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Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey View Post

Hang on, not trying to get off topic here, but weren't you arguing with him just before. rolleyes.gif

Coil whine and power supplies fits lightly under the GTX780ti topic though, there's been a few who have mentioned it..lol

Yes and it has been stated that even that people tested other PSU's the whine was still there - arguing with Ed? - Nha highly doubtful smile.gif
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