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First GTX 780 Ti bench at OCN by Sir Amik Vase
@ 1124Mhz / 3500 Memory out of the box with stock bios.
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Surrounding it boost to 1306Mhz stock bios



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skyn3t vBios, 4770k @ 4.8 ghz, 780ti @1300/3850
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doctakedooty GTX 780 Ti vs GTX 780 Classified: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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So had a quick run at 780Ti Sli will get higher tomorrow when I don't have to rush to work but here is my score atm definetly can push the cores higher and mem I think is maxed maybe able to squeeze a little more from it but not bad for sky bios and still haven't enabled LLC.
DOCtakeDOOTY -- I7 4930K 4.7Ghz - Evga GTX780Ti Sli 1278 core and 8000 mem second card 1245 core and 8000 mem -- 143.3 fps -- Score 5996


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Thought I would post this here to show maybe someone debating between the Classified and 780Ti the performance difference. Don't have to much time to run test but I will have another Classified here tomorrow maybe it OC's better for mem and will have another 780Ti so will run some sli test comparing the two and some more single test but here are some quick runs I knew I had stable on both.

780 Classified Stock Sky Bios



780Ti Stock Sky Bios



780 Classified OC using same voltage as the 780Ti 1.21v



780Ti OC using 1.21v with Sky bios also

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dph314 GTX 780 Ti vs GTX 780 Classified: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Well, here's the comparisons I have done so far.
Sorry it took so long, but its been a crazy week at work, so I'm just posting what I have so far. At least it should be enough for now for people to
get an idea of what kind of increase in performance you'll see in a couple popular games and benches.


Well, here's the low-down... These results should give you an idea of the relative performance increase you'll see when going from a Classified with my clocks I used to a Ti,
but not necessarily absolute, because it's not like I spent time closing every single app I could find, putting my max OC on my CPU, etc. So, these should just give you a
relative idea, and my results might be higher or lower than others on the web because of my CPU speed, the scenes I chose to use in the games to do the testing, etc. For all
tests, my CPU was at 4.6Ghz, HT disabled, RAM at 1866mhz. Same system, same drivers (331.65), Windows 8, and single-player mode for consistency. Results were recorded
using Fraps. Let me know if my math is off anywhere, as I was in a hurry most of the time. No fancy graphs, simple Excel redface.gif

I also included some percentages, so people can easily see the scaling from the overclock on the Ti. I included my Classified at 1150mhz/6000mhz so people can compare
performance of somewhat stock 780 clocks to the overclocked results. The clocks used for the Classified were selected because it's a rock-solid overclock at a very low voltage / temps,
instead of taking the time to get the max overclock for each individual application and have clocks vary each test. I picked a similar overclock for the Ti, at around the same voltage
(1.212v for the Ti, obviously) as the Classified and that is solidly stable so I wouldn't have to waste time crashing and redoing tests.

Max temp was 73C, stock non-ACX cooler. For longer tests like Heaven, that's not bad at all. Should be more than enough room to move the voltage a bit past 1.212v someday, a good
bit more if I end up getting aftermarket cooling. Some of the results are quite impressive increases too, especially some of the Min's. And again...sorry I don't have more apps tested,
but here's what I got so far:




Classified- 1150/6000 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 25.1% increase
Classified- 1254/6300 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 15.6% increase



Classified- 1254/6300 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 16.5% increase



Classified- 1254/6300 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 16.4% increase



Classified- 1150/6000 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 29% increase
Classified- 1254/6300 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 19.7% increase
Ti- 1045/7000 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 22% overclock on core / 8.6% overclock on memory = 17.7% increase



Classified- 1150/6000 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 29.8% increase
Classified- 1254/6300 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 29.8% increase
Ti- 1045/7000 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 22% overclock on core / 8.6% overclock on memory = 19.6% increase



Classified- 1150/6000 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 25.4% increase
Classified- 1254/6300 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 18.1% increase
Ti- 1045/7000 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 22% overclock on core / 8.6% overclock on memory = 17.1% increase



Classified- 1150/6000 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 26.5% increase
Classified- 1254/6300 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 21.6% increase
Ti- 1045/7000 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 22% overclock on core / 8.6% overclock on memory = 17% increase



( sorry, forgot to set the axis to 0 :/ )
Classified- 1150/6000 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 18% increase
Classified- 1254/6300 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 9.7% increase
Ti- 1045/7000 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 22% overclock on core / 8.6% overclock on memory = 14.9% increase



Classified- 1150/6000 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 33.3% increase
Classified- 1254/6300 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 10.8% increase
Ti- 1045/7000 ----> Ti- 1275/7600 = 22% overclock on core / 8.6% overclock on memory = 12.5% increase
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