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Hey Skyn3t, can you manually add people to the club? I will have my cards soon but will not have a GPU-z link till everything is setup.
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Originally Posted by skyn3t View Post

KPE is not going to be different from any others GPU I think. They will be tree classes golden, silver and bronze.
We will find out it soon . I just made a basic chart including
Asic #
Stock clock
Voltage used
Top core clock
Voltage used

This will give us plenty of Info how good and bad it can be. Also Ed will going to help me out to put up a nice chart
Air, water, DICE.

I have brother here that going to hand me over for a couples weeks the K|NGP|N tek 9 fat so I will be doing DICE.

I will try to keep this thread with much Info as we can. I'm not doing it alone. 780 thread was very successful when the
780 Ti was not much because the capped GPU voltage that NVIDIA decided to crimp it.

Here will be different as ma y owners we will have now can join the club and post away. Also I'm going to talk with @Jpmboy a thread OP of fire strike to link his thread on the front page and also create a separate chart for KPE scores same update there may be shared here too at the KPE OP.



More idea will come if you have yours post away and let's bump this thread with many Info we can get.

PS: The owners form in the OP or in my SIG is a automatically you can add yourself with ocn name and a valid GPU-z link yourself no need to post link or ask to be added. wink.gif. I made it a bit easy for everyone.

Best

skyn3t.

+1 for going Dice on this card biggrin.gif

Would it be possible for you to put up an insulation and installation pic guide for the GPU pot, as you do yours (even a video)? I am planning to try it on Phase first (as I already have it), and insulation should be similar to Dice/ln2. I can't seem to find any GPU ln2/Dice/Phase guides on the internet that are descriptive enough. If Phase doesn't work, I will do Ln2. I was hoping that Vince would do a guide, since this card is presumably made for extreme cooling/benching.
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Just for something different, lets consider adding Catzilla to the benchmark list. thumb.gif
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Mine does 1189 out of the box. Was able to do valley at 1292 on stock volts. Haven't touched memory yet. 80c @ 54% fan speed and it's about as quiet as a twin frozr. More will have to wait till Saturday.

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post #535 of 8148
what is the stock voltage there?
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dry ice might actually be too cold for them, my 780 Classifieds would not run much colder than -40C
I think one card would run at -50 out of 4 tested.
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what is the stock voltage there?

Should be 1.162 V for all these cards.
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well 1280-1293 with 1.162 isn't that bad but not that good at all ^^

my ti classifieds do 1254 with 1.175 stable and 1293 with 1.200 in benches


waiting for some results between 1300 and 1350 between 1.18 and 1.20 volts
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If you already have 780 Ti Classifieds, I would say just stick to them unless you plan on doing extreme cooling.
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Card may do more. I just did a quick 103 offset and ran the valley benchmark before I went to bed.
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