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It sounds like you're convinced that the single 780 is the way to go. I totally agree. You do get that option to upgrade later, too.
yes, I think that i'm going to buy single gtx 780 thumb.gif
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Good for you dude I think in the long run your set up is gonna fare much better for it. EVGA is what I'd recommend for customer service, Asus for longevity, and MSI despite current quality control issues have good cards. (I should know, I that's what I run)

And as for Yungbenny911 I said in my post that those are problems that I've encountered based on my experience with SLI. Since late 2012 I've been through all these drivers with two 570's in SLI. Some get lucky and never have a problem, good for you.
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Good for you dude I think in the long run your set up is gonna fare much better for it. EVGA is what I'd recommend for customer service, Asus for longevity, and MSI despite current quality control issues have good cards. (I should know, I that's what I run)

And as for Yungbenny911 I said in my post that those are problems that I've encountered based on my experience with SLI. Since late 2012 I've been through all these drivers with two 570's in SLI. Some get lucky and never have a problem, good for you.
I'm taking Asus because I save 60-70 euros then wink.gif
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post #24 of 69
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Originally Posted by Mad Pistol View Post

770 SLI is a great setup, but you're VRAM limited immediately.

wth.gif and you draw that conclusion from what experience you've had?
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Originally Posted by EchoTwoZero View Post

And as for Yungbenny911 I said in my post that those are problems that I've encountered based on my experience with SLI. Since late 2012 I've been through all these drivers with two 570's in SLI. Some get lucky and never have a problem, good for you.

lol I bet drivers are not your major problem with a rig that looks like this. How do you expect not to run into problems with this? Even single card user with a rig like this would run into problems.
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I'm taking Asus because I save 60-70 euros then wink.gif

The Asus need hot-wiring to get unlocked voltage. Don't buy those if you are water-cooling. Get MSI or EVGA, i believe those can be voltage unlocked (I'm sure about the MSI versions)
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wth.gif and you draw that conclusion from what experience you've had?
lol I bet drivers are not your major problem with a rig that looks like this. How do you expect not to run into problems with this? Even single card user with a rig like this would run into problems.
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The Asus need hot-wiring to get unlocked voltage. Don't buy those if you are water-cooling. Get MSI or EVGA, i believe those can be voltage unlocked (I'm sure about the MSI versions)
What does the locked and unlocked voltage exactly mean? I'm not sure if it's super bad thing confusedsmiley.png
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post #26 of 69
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wth.gif and you draw that conclusion from what experience you've had?
lol I bet drivers are not your major problem with a rig that looks like this. How do you expect not to run into problems with this? Even single card user with a rig like this would run into problems.
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The Asus need hot-wiring to get unlocked voltage. Don't buy those if you are water-cooling. Get MSI or EVGA, i believe those can be voltage unlocked (I'm sure about the MSI versions)

Dude, I know you like your dual 770's, and I'm sure it's a spectacular setup, but give it a rest. That attack on EchoTwoZero was completely uncalled for. Cable management has nothing to do with how well a card runs on the software level.

And yes, in future titles that need 2GB+ vram, a 770 SLI setup will run out of vram. That's the reason I said that. A 780 is a more futureproof setup from the get-go, even if 770 SLI is faster.
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post #27 of 69
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Dude, I know you like your dual 770's, and I'm sure it's a spectacular setup, but give it a rest. That attack on EchoTwoZero was completely uncalled for. Cable management has nothing to do with how well a card runs on the software level.

And yes, in future titles that need 2GB+ vram, a 770 SLI setup will run out of vram. That's the reason I said that. A 780 is a more futureproof setup from the get-go, even if 770 SLI is faster.
I just googled the asus gtx 780 voltage lock, so If i buy asus gtx 780 and save money, is the voltage lock really bad thing? would it limit my overclocking or something else and would it be difficult to remove? worriedsmiley.gif
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Short story: Nvidia got sick of people killing their cards with too much voltage and did what they could to lock the voltage limits on their cards.

Some companies make a custom PCB and some people change the firmware to unlock the voltage to then get a higher overclock.

Locking the voltage kills the fun of overclocking cards and that's why many people here don't like it.

Oh my god benny that picture is from June of last year and is from when I was modding my cards to make them run cooler, it was proof that I got my rig to run. I redid the cabling when I was satisfied that it was a solid set up and kept the pictures cause I knew someone somewhere was gonna lose their mind over it. My rig used to run hot and thanks to a super cheap and easy mod they max out at 68° C when benching and 50° C in games.
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why not buy 780 Ti? Wouldn't 2 770s come up to $700 anyways?
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Short story: Nvidia got sick of people killing their cards with too much voltage and did what they could to lock the voltage limits on their cards.

Some companies make a custom PCB and some people change the firmware to unlock the voltage to then get a higher overclock.

Locking the voltage kills the fun of overclocking cards and that's why many people here don't like it.

Oh my god benny that picture is from June of last year and is from when I was modding my cards to make them run cooler, it was proof that I got my rig to run. I redid the cabling when I was satisfied that it was a solid set up and kept the pictures cause I knew someone somewhere was gonna lose their mind over it. My rig used to run hot and thanks to a super cheap and easy mod they max out at 68° C when benching and 50° C in games.
Well i'm beginner at overclocking and when I start to clock, I will do it slowly so I wont kill my cpu/gpu biggrin.gif Is there more problems with voltage clock and what would be the approx max clock with asus gtx 780 voltage lock? wink.gif
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