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I'm looking for a 780 with Samsung/Hynix (not Elpida) memory chips and a Revision B GPU. I know the stock is mixed right now, but does anyone have a guess as to which models would have the highest chances from Newegg? Thanks in advance.
Edited by littledonny - 11/9/13 at 10:27am
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Both my classified's are B1 and as for the memory an EVGA rep stated they only use Samsung and Hynix I believe. They were getting similar overclocks with the two different brands.
    
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Both my classified's are B1 and as for the memory an EVGA rep stated they only use Samsung and Hynix I believe. They were getting similar overclocks with the two different brands.

I thought Hynix and Samsung might be similar. I know Elpida is the lower clocking memory, which is what I'm trying to stay away from. I'll edit my OP.

I am trying to stay away from the Classified if at all possible. Based on what I know about the Classy, the price difference between it and a stock 780Ti makes the Ti a better choice. One potential factor that I'm not sure about is the overvolting potential of the Classy. Does it have a higher overvolt potential using only BIOS changes? Can the memory be overvolted?
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I thought Hynix and Samsung might be similar. I know Elpida is the lower clocking memory, which is what I'm trying to stay away from. I'll edit my OP.

I am trying to stay away from the Classified if at all possible. Based on what I know about the Classy, the price difference between it and a stock 780Ti makes the Ti a better choice. One potential factor that I'm not sure about is the overvolting potential of the Classy. Does it have a higher overvolt potential using only BIOS changes? Can the memory be overvolted?

The Classified has better overvoltage potential even without BIOS changes. The BIOS change allows for higher overclocks due to increasing the power limit. With the Classified overvoltage tool you can pump 1.35V through it without the need for an EVBot. Also the Classified PCB has better VRM's than a reference PCB. Memory can also be overvolted with the Classified tool up to 1.8V (stock 1.6V). With the $120 you can save getting the $570 classified over the $700 780ti you can throw a waterblock on it and get into the 1400Mhz core range.
    
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