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So, does this mean every WF3 780 has voltage adjustment?
I don't know how many PCB revisions they had and I really want a WF3 because it's so beautiful and cools so quietly but I don't wanna loose my voltage control since my current 780 ref is quite decent at 1241Mhz 1.238v (1.212v ''Auto'' w/ LLC=0) and has Samsung VRAM that does +500 easily 24/7.
Now, I have a second GTX780 which is also reference but has Elpida and a very bad core that barely does 1202Mhz at 1.24 ish volts so I plan to sell both as my PSU won't do SLI and get 1 WF3 back. But I wanna know whether all WF3's are unlocked..
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