Originally Posted by Vlada011
I don't understand someone who buy KP Classified and sell to buy normal Classified because he use on Air on Water and this card is design for LN2.
That's like I go out side with my friend, out is -20 and he tell me don't go with sky jacket, that's for sky you don't go there.
So what if is designed for LN2, if work good for benchmarks than she is excellent and for games and for Air.
I understand someone to sell because have money to find better sample, but GTX780Ti KP Classified and Classified are almost same card,
difference is price is not so big to someone think on that before something he like. That can do someone who buy GTX760 and every cent need him...
For Air and for Water cards are same and everything depend of sample only one card is rear, special for real fans who do everything to find such cards
and other is same quality only little different and not so good if you use on LN2, but I don't see why KP Classified is not so good for Air.
JDookie I'm glad you back on GTX780Ti KP Classified, you will look card for few years and remember how nice model you had.
I would not sell or change mine for 2x GTX780Ti reference...
Quite understandable to sell the KPE for a ti classy if used with ambient and looking for a 'good' card. I'm doing exactly that myself.
Both my KPE's can't bench as high as the better classys out there and i've yet to see a KPE on ambient beat the top classys in the bench tables. Having said that i'll bet both will leave the classy standing on ln2, as it was designed for. With KPE costing more and so far proving to be no better than classy on ambient
(as already warned/mentioned by EVGA etc) then it makes sense to use regular Ti classy instead.
KPE's are far too limited in production to be looking for a good card, if you don't get one then it's basically a case of tough luck. Classy isn't exactly in abundance either right now but should be easier to get a hold of. (come on Jacob, tell the guys tea break's over and get some cards out!
As for binning i expected it to be a lot tighter than it has been. With some cores only hitting around 1400mhz up to 1.5v it's a little bit underwhelming for what is meant to be the 'top dog', especially when seeing posts floating about the forums with regular classy Ti hitting higher clocks with regular occurance.