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Agreed on dumping the 780. It's causing unnecessary heat in that case. You don't need a dedicated physx card these days.

Putting a 120 intake on the bottom won't hurt and I'd suggest turning up that 200 in the front.

Agreed also with putting that 980ti under water somehow. You don't need to dump hundreds into a custom loop either. Strap an aio on there.
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I feel that you are not getting enough cool air the gpu these guys really need the air the work correctly. Is the 780 a reference blower cooler or top down like the zotac?

The GTX 780 is a non-reference, top-down Zotac. I was planning on taking it out, but I really wanted to see if it would make any differences in playing Metro 2033 as a dedicated physx card. I get the feeling it's adding a lot of heat all by itself, even though it never goes about ~43% GPU load when used in physx.
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I want to buy a 980ti, and iam between 980ti zotac extreme, 980ti msi gaming and 980ti asus matrix.
I cant decide which of them to buy.All is at the same price.

Which the deferemce between 980ti matrix and 980ti matrix platinum? Excepet the out of the box clock speed, is any other difference?
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The GTX 780 is a non-reference, top-down Zotac. I was planning on taking it out, but I really wanted to see if it would make any differences in playing Metro 2033 as a dedicated physx card. I get the feeling it's adding a lot of heat all by itself, even though it never goes about ~43% GPU load when used in physx.

As a top down it will be adding heat to the case that is already starved for fresh air the (I have almost a 15c difference between the top and bottom cads in my system they need that fresh air man). As long as the card is hitting P0 your going to be adding a good chunk of heat to the case even before factoring in load.

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I want to buy a 980ti, and iam between 980ti zotac extreme, 980ti msi gaming and 980ti asus matrix.
I cant decide which of them to buy.All is at the same price.

Which the deferemce between 980ti matrix and 980ti matrix platinum? Excepet the out of the box clock speed, is any other difference?

At this stage in the game unless your getting a great deal on a used card I would not but a 980ti
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At this stage in the game unless your getting a great deal on a used card I would not but a 980ti

Its on sale 350£ brand new all of them.
I believe its great deal at this price, an overclocked 980ti easily beats an overclocked gtx1070.
The point is that i cant decide which one to buy.
Edited by trelokomio58 - 8/18/16 at 8:08am
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Really depends on what you plan on doing with it. The Zotac offers the highest out of the box clocks but if you plan of overclocking it really just comes down the silicon lottery. While it is a darn fast chip the 10xx cards offer newer tech (hdmi 2b, better dx12 support ect).
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Somewhat disappointed with this card. Its 1418Mhz default clock and when I try to add anything more it crashes even with 111% power limit and +87mv. MSI says it runs at 1224 which is 1.224v I assume. Would the fanfix thing that lets you raise voltage help get it to atleast 1500mhz or did I just get a bad card?

Even on default settings it crashes once in a long while. I set the fans so it never goes above 70C
Edited by Churb - 8/21/16 at 3:27pm
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Somewhat disappointed with this card. Its 1418Mhz default clock and when I try to add anything more it crashes even with 111% power limit and +87mv. MSI says it runs at 1224 which is 1.224v I assume. Would the fanfix thing that lets you raise voltage help get it to atleast 1500mhz or did I just get a bad card?

Even on default settings it crashes once in a long while. I set the fans so it never goes above 70C

bios dose not change the max voltage only the max power limit. Are you adjusting the core or just messing with the power limit? If you are getting crashes at stock I would error in the direction of OS/drivers but a bad card is not out of the realm of possibility.
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bios dose not change the max voltage only the max power limit. Are you adjusting the core or just messing with the power limit? If you are getting crashes at stock I would error in the direction of OS/drivers but a bad card is not out of the realm of possibility.

Would the additional power limit increase get me to 1500? Im using MSI afterburner and set it to 111% and +87mv and only messed with core clock. Adding 20mhz still crashes after playing overwatch for a while. The OS is windows 10 Pro and drivers are up to date. I say its a bad card because im reading in this thread people having no problem getting to 1450+
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Without touching your core you should be able to hit 1440-50 with just the power limit and voltage.

[edit] When you say crash what is going on CTD or BSOD?

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