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The upcoming AX1500i I bet.
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Those 4k video look razor sharp on my 1080p display lol
May I ask what 4K display are you using? I've my eye on the Dell Ultrasharp UP2414Q, but it's quite expensive still (1200€)
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The Nex 1500. Perhaps that's why I recommended Corsair. They've got a new 1500w I wish I had.

Good luck and I hope u don't have any problems with it. I haven't looked up on that psu and coming from EVGA warranty is tops if u need to rma it.


The Corsair 1500w http://www.legitreviews.com/corsair-unveils-ax1500i-1500w-power-supply-ces-2014_132621

I didn't c it in their product line, hope it hasn't gone the way of the dodo....lol




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post #3804 of 8148
The NEX1500 is great. I run mine "OC'd" at 1650W. Overkill now...but back in the day I ran 4x 680 Classys. Although my R9 290X Lightning may compete. smile.gif
post #3805 of 8148
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guys here some videos in 4k vs 1440 vs Full HD.
i run the test with My kingpin overclocked at 1380 mhz core , memory 1850mhz 1.3v on air

Honestly i did see big difference from 1440p to 4K

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Those 4k video look razor sharp on my 1080p display lol
May I ask what 4K display are you using? I've my eye on the Dell Ultrasharp UP2414Q, but it's quite expensive still (1200€)

Samsung 28-Inch Ultra High Definition LED Monitor (U28D590D) 4K at 60hz with display port 1.2.
699 dollars here in usa. I ordered from eBay from Korea .

i would suggest to buy it from ebay if you dont find it in France.
I wouldn't suggest a 24inch for 4K also overpriced.
at least 28" for 4K , 32' would be better.
I had the asus 27" inch 1440p ips panel and with the Samsung , which have a TN Panel , i didnt see difference of image quality and color.
Also the Samsung is faster and doesnt have this glossy effect like the asus had.
Go with the Samsung if you have a 1080p panel and save money.

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Hey everyone, sorry if this post is in the wrong thread - is there even a club/thread for non-kingpin edition 780 Ti Classifieds?

I recently set up my tri-SLI 780 Ti Classified rig and am absolutely loving it. The cards are crazy fast! My concern is, my primary GPU is reaching ridiculously high temps during benchmarking or gaming (120Hz surround). I am on the stock ACX cooling on all three cards temporarily, but, they are in an open-air test bench case, next to a wide open window with all fans at 100% and an industrial floor fan helping to promote airflow. GPU1 will get as hot as 95C during Heaven benchmark on extreme preset. On Crysis 3 it doesn't go past 91C which isn't too bad but still higher than I'd like to see. I thought having the fans cranked at 100% would make a difference but heck, it's still nearly hitting the max GPU temperature with the fans consistently at 100%. I know this is simply a factor of having the cards sandwiched in 3-way SLI, but does anyone have any ideas? I can't seem to find anyone else with more than two of the regular 780 Ti Classifieds in SLI on stock cooling. Core clock, memory clock, and voltage are all at stock settings as I'm afraid to do any OC'ing to these with the temps that GPU1 is reaching. The other two GPU's stay at much more reasonable temps. Any help is much appreciated!
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Hey everyone, sorry if this post is in the wrong thread - is there even a club/thread for non-kingpin edition 780 Ti Classifieds?

I recently set up my tri-SLI 780 Ti Classified rig and am absolutely loving it. The cards are crazy fast! My concern is, my primary GPU is reaching ridiculously high temps during benchmarking or gaming (120Hz surround). I am on the stock ACX cooling on all of them temporarily, but, they are in an open-air test bench case, next to a wide open window with all fans at 100% and an industrial floor fan helping to promote airflow. GPU1 will get as hot as 95C during Heaven benchmark on extreme preset. On Crysis 3 it doesn't go past 91C which isn't too bad but still not as high as I'd like to see. I thought having the fans cranked at 100% would make a difference but heck, it's still nearly hitting the max GPU temperature with the fans consistently at 100%. I know this is simply a factor of having the cards sandwiched in 3-way SLI, but does anyone have any ideas? I can't seem to find anyone else with more than two of the regular 780 Ti Classifieds in SLI on stock cooling. Any help is much appreciated!

Here is the classified club link: http://www.overclock.net/t/1411500/official-evga-classified-owners-club

It's a club that covers ALL of the classifieds, including the KPE, but since the KPE was such a special edition card, a thread was started just for it also.
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Here is the classified club link: http://www.overclock.net/t/1411500/official-evga-classified-owners-club

It's a club that covers ALL of the classifieds, including the KPE, but since the KPE was such a special edition card, a thread was started just for it also.

Thank you sir, my mistake for posting in this thread.
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Thank you sir, my mistake for posting in this thread.

Not a mistake posting it here, I was just letting you know where the classy thread was, since you said you were having a hard time finding it. Since the KPE IS a 780Ti classified folks here might have some thoughts on it also!!
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