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I just bought a evga gtx 780 ti sc from amazon warehouse for $616. Hope I made the right choice, I've been debating between it or saving money and getting the 780.

780 Ti is a whole different beast -- 10-15% faster than the 780 clock-per-clock. Unlike with AMD the extra CUDA cores actually produce meaningful performance improvements.
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I can also confirm flashing the Ghz bios onto the OC card of Gigabyte is very possible.

My card OC's to ~1265 Mhz on the core ( with some minor artifacting though ) and 1255 Mhz without artifacting, the Ghz boosts upto 1215 Mhz making my card "fit" for Ghz clocks.

After flashing the Ghz rom and biting nearly all my nails off ( DVI only screen 2560x1440, onboard fails to support that, I'd have to grab myself a 7970 ) it boots fine!

I'm no longer the owner of a 780Ti OC, but a 780Ti Ghz ( but without backplate tongue.gif ).



I was considering grabbing myself a 290X lightning, but now I'm once again in a pinch.
Blahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh mad.gif
Edited by Nostras - 4/14/14 at 2:52pm
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I just bought a evga gtx 780 ti sc from amazon warehouse for $616. Hope I made the right choice, I've been debating between it or saving money and getting the 780.
That is an awesome price
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Thanks TPU.

I am somewhat interested in that kepler bios editor ( like the Nvidia version of VBE7 ), but it appears you need to buy it? Can someone confirm that?

That'd be kinda lame...


Your welcome. tongue.gif (I work for TPU).


I downloaded KBE 1.27 for free myself...there's a link in this thread somewheres...
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Your welcome. tongue.gif (I work for TPU).


I downloaded KBE 1.27 for free myself...there's a link in this thread somewheres...

Found it myself.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1452223/kepler-bios-tweaker-v1-26-v1-27-added-tdp-unlock-gtx-780ti-780-titan-gtx770

But thanks anyway!
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Awesome! I'm sure someone else will need the link, so thanks for posting it! wink.gif
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I have to say I am both surprised and disappointed by the lack of publicly available source code for tools like KBT.
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Hey ED

Got the eVGA Power supply today, didn't make a difference, like none..
But I bit the bullet and got the NZXT H440 as well, even if I stick my head next to the window I can't hear the whine/buzz at all.
The Carbine 500R had open grills next to the card so when I pressed my head up against that you could just hear it.

Yeah I know, you can say it..OCD.... biggrin.gif


^^^^^

Just got my eVGA 780gtx TI sc last week, and I too noticed a very large coil whine. It was so bad, I didn't even want to keep it and was pissed at my upgrade-atitis for swapping my reasonably well performing 560 gtx ti card out for this tortured cat in my computer. But realizing that it would be too much effort to RMA / sell / buy another brand that would probably have the same problem anyway, I donned my headphones and tried to ignore it.

This Saturday I played about 2-3 hours of Planetside 2 (which now runs gloriously smooth) with my headphones, and magically, lo and behold no more coil whine. Maybe my brain subconsciously eliminated the whine from my hearing to rationalize my blowing $550 on a Fran Drescher impersonating graphics card? Or maybe the coils "toughened up" and stopped misbehaving? Who knows.

Either way, now my reference cooler card's only noticeable noise is the reference cooler which is probably the best reference cooler ever put on a graphics card.

So, maybe your card will shape up over time? I don't mean to sound like that douche saying "sucks to be you" but I have a PSU that is not even certified to run a 780 gtx ti (Antec 750w Trupower) and I have no more whine so all I want to say is that the PSU is 100% not the problem because your PSU is way better than mine.

PS: Want to hear the WORST coil whine, play ANY Rockstar Games video game. Don't know what their programmers do with their source code but my card used to SCREAM whenever I played Max Payne 3 on full graphics settings. Crysis 3's coil whine on Ultra was a whisper compared to it and Crysis 3 puts way more of a strain on it than Max Payne 3.
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^^^^^

Just got my eVGA 780gtx TI sc last week, and I too noticed a very large coil whine. It was so bad, I didn't even want to keep it and was pissed at my upgrade-atitis for swapping my reasonably well performing 560 gtx ti card out for this tortured cat in my computer. But realizing that it would be too much effort to RMA / sell / buy another brand that would probably have the same problem anyway, I donned my headphones and tried to ignore it.

This Saturday I played about 2-3 hours of Planetside 2 (which now runs gloriously smooth) with my headphones, and magically, lo and behold no more coil whine. Maybe my brain subconsciously eliminated the whine from my hearing to rationalize my blowing $550 on a Fran Drescher impersonating graphics card? Or maybe the coils "toughened up" and stopped misbehaving? Who knows.

Either way, now my reference cooler card's only noticeable noise is the reference cooler which is probably the best reference cooler ever put on a graphics card.

So, maybe your card will shape up over time? I don't mean to sound like that douche saying "sucks to be you" but I have a PSU that is not even certified to run a 780 gtx ti (Antec 750w Trupower) and I have no more whine so all I want to say is that the PSU is 100% not the problem because your PSU is way better than mine.

PS: Want to hear the WORST coil whine, play ANY Rockstar Games video game. Don't know what their programmers do with their source code but my card used to SCREAM whenever I played Max Payne 3 on full graphics settings. Crysis 3's coil whine on Ultra was a whisper compared to it.

You could like, try to load it heavily for a day or something ( "Burn in" )
I remember having the same problem with my 7970 TF OC BE and getting quite fed up with it.
After magically applying VSYNC most of the problems went away ( it seems there was a direct correlation between fps and coil whine noise ), but I still wasn't satisfied.
I then thought about mining, always wanted to try it and I heard some had some success in actually reducing coil whine to acceptable levels!
And lo and behold! After a day the coil whine noise was no more annoying, but merely just "there", the case actually blocked most of the coil whine noise ( R4 ) and I was once again happy!
I suggest trying the steps I did.
1. Try applying VSYNC where possible.
Still not satisfied?
2. Try mining with cudaminer for a day or something like that.
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I Just bought from couple of days the Galaxy GTX 780 Hof i had problem with dropping core boost clock from 1097mhz to 683mhz it was problem from the shipped bios i updated the new bios from the official galaxytech.com which is fixed the issue and now the core boost stays at 1097mhz , Now my main problem that the maximum core voltage is 1.187v (only when i push the Hyper Boost Button on the card) what i have to do to reach 1.2v as i saw with other HOF they already reached 1.2v which is official, is that a graphic card issue or bios ...???? My current bios which is officially updated from Galaxy website is 80.80.21.00.5F and the GPU Rev B1 (Copied from GPU-Z 0.7.8)

Sorry guys if my English is bad and also i am a newbie so please i wait for your advice guys, Thank you.


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