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If you're gaming @ 1080p or lower, you don't need more than 780 sli'd. At least not for a few years.

yeah im only using 1080p for now but was also planni g on buying a higher res screen

i was thinking of maybe buying a avga 780ti and stepping up to a maxwell when they release them?
post #52 of 60
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yeah im only using 1080p for now but was also planni g on buying a higher res screen

i was thinking of maybe buying a avga 780ti and stepping up to a maxwell when they release them?

Step-up only lasts 90 days. I'm doubtful we'll see anything more powerful than the Ti soon enough to qualify.
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Step-up only lasts 90 days. I'm doubtful we'll see anything more powerful than the Ti soon enough to qualify.
well yeah ,it was just a thought tongue.gif
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Well, I went to Micro Center with an EVGA 780 Classified in mind, but a few extra dollars fell onto my lap and I couldn't resist and came home with an EVGA 780 Ti Superclocked tongue.gif
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Well, I went to Micro Center with an EVGA 780 Classified in mind, but a few extra dollars fell onto my lap and I couldn't resist and came home with an EVGA 780 Ti Superclocked tongue.gif

The 780 Ti superclocked out of the box would be running neck and neck with a Classy 780 @ 1300 mhz.

Enjoy your new card.
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post #56 of 60
Classy all the way. Upgraded from MSI 7950 CF.

Just did a bit of OC last night. Managed to get 1267 boost 7008 mem
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/msi_radeon_r9_290x_gaming_oc_review,19.html according to this i get 55.36

on this one I'm 21st. 70.8
http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18555357
post #57 of 60
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Originally Posted by bigmac121 View Post

Classy all the way. Upgraded from MSI 7950 CF.

Just did a bit of OC last night. Managed to get 1267 boost 7008 mem
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/msi_radeon_r9_290x_gaming_oc_review,19.html according to this i get 55.36

on this one I'm 21st. 70.8
http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18555357

Just out of curiosity...what is your core clock set to when you get that boost?
Edited by seward - 3/28/14 at 5:13pm
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GPU 1133 Memory 1702 Boost 1186 according to GPU-Z
On Precision Power Target 110% TEMP Target 95%
GPU Clock offset +140
Mem clock offset +400

On default BIOS
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Originally Posted by bigmac121 View Post

GPU 1133 Memory 1702 Boost 1186 according to GPU-Z
On Precision Power Target 110% TEMP Target 95%
GPU Clock offset +140
Mem clock offset +400

On default BIOS

Thanks!

Been using Afterburner. Happy with my current OC (1150mhz set, 1294mhz Boost on core clock; 1800mhz/memory), but might give Precision a try, see what it can do.
Edited by seward - 3/29/14 at 8:22am
post #60 of 60
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Thanks!

Been using Afterburner. Happy with my current OC (1150mhz set, 1294mhz Boost on core clock; 1800mhz/memory), but might give Precision a try, see what it can do.

NP

I did hit 1293mhz but when benching i got artifacts in Tomb Raider and when it finished could see the score then CTD. I know it's not a heat problem. But I'm happy
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