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post #9851 of 16490
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Quite a few titans "died" from memory inductors failure, directly caused by this oversight or not i cannot really tell... rolleyes.gif


Yup - including mine.
post #9852 of 16490
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Originally Posted by gordan View Post

Yup - including mine.

A good thing we are protected by warranty and insurances etc smile.gif


Edited by Wrathier - 4/10/14 at 11:51pm
post #9853 of 16490
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Originally Posted by Wrathier View Post

A good thing we are protected by warranty and insurances etc smile.gif

Mine was an Asus so warranty is a major pain in the backside, at least in UK. They are generally regarded as worst for customer service when it comes to warranties in UK. They refuse to handle warranties directly, you have to go via the retailer, who then send it back to the distributor who then send it to Asus. This not only adds weeks to the turnaround, but it adds the extra inconvenience if you happen to have bought the card hundreds of miles away - from a small shop that appears to have moved since and is hard to trace, especially if you don't live in the area (I worked in the area briefly last year).

Asus are now firmly on the list of brands to avoid at all cost. EVGA, despite the fact I have to ship the faulty part to Germany, are firmly at the top of my choice list. I heard good things about Gigabyte, too, but have not been in a position to verify personally.
post #9854 of 16490
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Originally Posted by gordan View Post

Mine was an Asus so warranty is a major pain in the backside, at least in UK. They are generally regarded as worst for customer service when it comes to warranties in UK. They refuse to handle warranties directly, you have to go via the retailer, who then send it back to the distributor who then send it to Asus. This not only adds weeks to the turnaround, but it adds the extra inconvenience if you happen to have bought the card hundreds of miles away - from a small shop that appears to have moved since and is hard to trace, especially if you don't live in the area (I worked in the area briefly last year).

Asus are now firmly on the list of brands to avoid at all cost. EVGA, despite the fact I have to ship the faulty part to Germany, are firmly at the top of my choice list. I heard good things about Gigabyte, too, but have not been in a position to verify personally.

Not just the UK. They have the worst customer service/warranty support in THE WORLD. In the 15 years I've been building systems, and the last 7 years running a retail PC store/repair facility, I've never seen a company rely more on their name than the actual quality of their products being sold more than Asus. And EVERY board or GPU we've had to send back has gotten an immediate reply saying "customer damaged board/card, warranty void", until it's been escalated to the top folks at the repair facility, who finally say, "ok, fine, we'll send you a refurbed replacement", and how is that supposed to be ok when the BRAND NEW item was DOA? Replace it with a BRAND NEW ONE.
post #9855 of 16490
Hi,
I have a problem......My GTX780ti working on 1358MHz core clock 1.212V all time ( 4 hours on BF4, no errors and issues)....when I bumped clock to 1371MHz card was crashed after 30 min. - driver error - dx error. Since then my card does not run stable even at 1306MHz......I used DDU, reinstaled drivers many times but still I can't play stable at 1306MHz!!!

Interesting is that my card now works at 1255MHz with a voltage of 1.112V!
When I tried to set before Crash 1255MHz at 1.112V every game was crashed!!!
I don't understand this situation....PLEASE HELP!!!!!!
post #9856 of 16490
Indeed, it's a familiar story. Never Asus again.
post #9857 of 16490
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Originally Posted by GTX780TI2013 View Post

Hi,
I have a problem......My GTX780ti working on 1358MHz core clock 1.212V all time ( 4 hours on BF4, no errors and issues)....when I bumped clock to 1371MHz card was crashed after 30 min. - driver error - dx error. Since then my card does not run stable even at 1306MHz......I used DDU, reinstaled drivers many times but still I can't play stable at 1306MHz!!!

Interesting is that my card now works at 1255MHz with a voltage of 1.112V!
When I tried to set before Crash 1255MHz at 1.112V every game was crashed!!!
I don't understand this situation....PLEASE HELP!!!!!!

Your stability testing methods are neither repeatable nor conclusive. From what you describe the card is not actually stable at either setting, you are just seeing different apparent stability results due to inconsistencies in testing.

Don't call something stable until it's OCCT and CudaMiner stable.
post #9858 of 16490
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Originally Posted by gordan View Post

Your stability testing methods are neither repeatable nor conclusive. From what you describe the card is not actually stable at either setting, you are just seeing different apparent stability results due to inconsistencies in testing.

Don't call something stable until it's OCCT and CudaMiner stable.

So Why before crash my card run every game: Crysis3, BF4, Tombraider, modded GTA IV, Metro and many others and now I can't play at 1306MHz ????? It working at 1359MHz about 2 months.....no 1 day or 1 week. Surely there is some reason!
post #9859 of 16490
Please tell me that GTX780ti can also get 1.3v VDDC voltage...
post #9860 of 16490
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Originally Posted by lee599118 View Post

Please tell me that GTX780ti can also get 1.3v VDDC voltage...
From what i have been told, it is not possible to go over 1.2120v on the reference pcb...
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