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Looks like a stock pcb 780ti is bad news found this it's a Ti taking board an self out. http://www.chiphell.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=897838&page=2#pid20455796
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Originally Posted by Moparman View Post

Looks like a stock pcb 780ti is bad news found this it's a Ti taking board an self out. http://www.chiphell.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=897838&page=2#pid20455796

Read before you post this garbage it's been proven false the card is actually a 7970 card and it's been posted on this site a couple times
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Looks like a stock pcb 780ti is bad news found this it's a Ti taking board an self out. http://www.chiphell.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=897838&page=2#pid20455796

That rumor has already been dispelled several times. The card that Chip Hell was showing was NOT a GTX 780Ti, it is actually an AMD 7970 card.
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Hey Jacob, I have a question. The EVGA gtx 760, 770 and 780 ACX had a bad rep for high idle noise in most of the reviews, they were always very high in the graphs. Also saw some complaints on the forums that the cooler doesn't go below 40% rpm or like 1600 rpm in idle. This issue stopped me from buying the ACX cooler cards because I want my pc inaudible in idle, yet they look so sexy and classy frown.gif Yet the graph from pcper shows only .1 dbA difference between the reference in idle.. So has EVGA fixed the high idle noise issue with the 780ti through a new bios or does pcper just doesn't have the right equipment to quantify the differences in idle noise? Thanks in advance.

The ACX cooler still has that resonance at certain rpms:
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Under load, I did notice the two fans emitting a whine from time to time (depending on RPM), which appears to be due to air interference. Not much noisier, it is just of a higher frequency, which makes it noticeable. The noise has more of a whoosh-like quality to it once fan speeds change.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/GTX_780_Ti_SC_ACX_Cooler/25.html
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/GTX_780_Ti_SC_ACX_Cooler/

I find this to be really annoying on my GTX 780 Classified, I am switching over to the reference cooler 780Ti. But everyone's perception of noise is different so you should listen if you can and make your own choice within your noise threshold.
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