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Core
  • 2880 CUDA Cores
  • Base Clock: 1072 MHz
  • Boost Clock: 1137 MHz
  • Bus: PCI-E 3.0
  • 2-way, 3-way, 4-way SLI Ready
  • Texture Fill Rate: 257.28 GT/s
Memory
  • Memory Detail: 3072 MB GDDR5
  • Memory Bit Width: 384 Bit
  • Memory Clock: 7000 MHz
  • Memory Speed: 0.28 ns
  • Memory Bandwidth: 336 GB/s
Key Features
  • NVIDIA TXAA Technology
  • NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0
  • NVIDIA PhysX Technology
  • NVIDIA FXAA Technology
  • NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync
  • NVIDIA Surround
  • NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready
  • Support for four concurrent displays; two dual-link DVI connectors, HDMI and Displayport 1.2
  • Microsoft DirectX 11.2 API (feature level 11_0) with Direct Compute 5.0 support
  • NVIDIA SLI Ready
  • NVIDIA CUDA Technology
  • PCI Express 3.0 Support
  • OpenGL 4.4 Support
  • OpenCL Support
  • NVIDIA SHIELD Ready
  • NVIDIA G-Sync Ready


Words from the K|NGP|N, Locked down card?: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Images K|NGP|N Edition: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Close look K|NGP|N Edition: Spoiler! (Click to show)









The ultimate GeForce GTX 780 Ti has arrived. Introducing the EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Classified K|NGP|N Edition. This card is the final answer in the search for the greatest overclocking graphics card on the planet.

This card does not hold back, with up to 450W of dedicated GPU power, enhanced PLL circuitry, improved GPU power plane, 10CM fans, included backplate, preinstalled dedicated PWM baseplate, voltage regulation enhancements and more. As you can see, there is a reason why this card is named after the world’s Top Overclocker.

Extreme overclockers Vince “K|NGP|N” Lucido and Illya “TiN” Tsemenko demand the best when it comes to performance and overclocking, so they set out to co-design this product along with EVGA, and geared it for the ultimate overclocker.
Features: Spoiler! (Click to show)
  • Up to 450W of Dedicated GPU Power
  • Dual 8pin + 6pin power inputs provides up to 450W of clean power.

  • 14+3 Phase Power Design
  • 14 dedicated power phases for the GPU, and an additional 3 power phases for the memory.

  • EVGA ACX Cooling with 10CM Fans
  • K|NGP|N inspired cooling design featuring dual 10CM fans.

  • Bundled Backplate
  • Custom EVGA backplate included.

  • Separate PWM Baseplate
  • When going with extreme cooling on the GPU, it is still optimal to cool the PWMs. This separate baseplate allows you to keep the critical power section cool


  • Enhanced PLL Circuitry
  • Optimized for extreme cooling.

  • Probelt with Bundled DMM Adapter and Status LEDs
  • Easy and precise monitoring of voltage health using external DMM. Onboard voltage status LED’s provide realtime voltage status for every critical rail.

  • Pitch Black High Flow I/O Bracket
  • Improved airflow with great aesthetics.

  • XOC Voltage Modification Points
  • Allows for extreme voltage tuning.


This bios will ONLY work on KPE card, so don't Bork your regular classified by trying to flash them to it . The cards are very different.
Don't forget to use really good air cooling on the pwm plate when pushing it over air/water cooling clocks and volts, it will get hot.
Enjoy the card, a lot of testing and work went into it
KPE vBios and EVbot Custom firmware: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Revision 6
08/16/2014 by skyn3t

skyn3t-KPE-BD-rev6
skyn3t-KPE-BD-rev6.zip 135k .zip file
  • Bios version 80.80.34.80
  • Bios base clock 1137.0 MNhz
  • Boost disable as I always do with all my bios.
  • Support for Evbot to reocgnized with old firmaware
  • Support for Classified voltage tool 2.0 with 1.5v


Revision 5
02/12/2014 by skyn3t

skyn3t-KPE-BD
skyn3t-KPE-BD.zip 132k .zip file
  • Bios version 80.10.20.00
  • Bios base clock 993.0 MNhz
  • Boost disable as I always do with all my bios.
  • clock will read right in any bench software and GPU-Z.
  • GPU goes the clock's you set no need to calculate the boost + GCO.
  • Looser memory timing
  • Support for Evbot to recognized with old firmware
  • Support for Classified voltage tool 2.0 with 1.5v


best skyn3t
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Revision 4 02/05/2014 by skyn3t

The first two bios had not support for Classy tool 2.0 . so now it works
This is the first K|NGP|N bios modded to support the Classy tool up to 1.5v
XOCKPti-Classy-tool-1.5v.zip 132k .zip file

This is the second revision released by K|NGPING with looser memory timing for high memory clock. now with support with Classy tool up to 1.5v
KPTI_SA-Classy-tool-1.5v.zip 132k .zip file


Revision 3 - 01/30/2014
3888KPTI.zip 132k .zip file

  • Bios version 80.10.20.00
  • Looser memory timing
  • Support for Evbot to reocgnized with old firmaware
  • Support for Classified voltage tool 2.0 with 1.5v smile.gif


Revision 2 - 01/27/2014
Bios version 80.10.20.00
KPTI_SA.zip 132k .zip file
  • This is the second revision released by K|NGPING with looser memory timing for high memory clock


Revision 1 - 01/15/2014
Bios version 80.10.20.00
This is the first revision released by K|NGPING
XOCKPti.zip 132k .zip file

EVBOT
Plug evbot into card turn on and flash this firmware in windows, follow any instructions given.
780i31.zip 211k .zip file


How to OC How to OC and understand the increment of 13: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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No guine big cuz I won't and I never inject venomous into it only Power!!! tongue.gif
Nice chart he just made.

Ok let me clear this up Nvidia has been on that table for such a long time. IIRC Fermi has increment of +5 not sure but and error margin of -2 kepler has increment of +13 error margin of -1.
Sometimes even if you dial +13 in such a core clock close to any number by half I mean 901.5 Mhz and you add +13 to move tha cloc clock up you need to add the error margin +1 in order to get going and use the increment +13.

Some architecture has the error margin of -3 to -6 depends on how they clock the GPU. I know it is a such a bug but It is what it is. upsidedwnsmiley.gif
It is good that you guys start this conversation here because I have seen many video review on YouTube the guys keep add round numbers to OC the GPU. I had changed my pant's many time lol

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Ek has done quite some peace of art on those water block while keep you GPU cool it does the same for the VRM's and also if any Classy owner decide to go K|nGP|n you don't need to buy another water block EK FC-780 Classy fti's on all GTX 780 Classy including the Ti and Ti K|nGP|n.

EK-FC780 GTX Classy is a high performance full-cover water block engineered specifically for EVGA design GTX 780- and GTX 780 Ti Classified (also K|ngp|n Edition) series graphics cards. Please check our Cooling Configurator online compatibility system for detailed compatibility list!

This water block directly cools the GPU, RAM as well as VRM (voltage regulation module) as water flows directly over these critical areas thus allowing the graphics card and it's VRM to remain stable under high overclocks. EK-FC780 GTX Classy water block also features a very high flow design therefore it can be easily used in liquid cooling systems using weaker water pumps.
EK-FC780 GTX Classy - Acetal Nickel: Spoiler! (Click to show)




EK-FC780 GTX Classy - Nickel: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Tek-9 Slim Rev 7.0 GPU unit: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Tek-9 Slim Rev 7.0
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New for 2011/2012, the TEK-9 7.0 SLIM is the latest slim revision of the Tek series GPU extreme cooling units for both liquid nitrogen and dry ice. Tuned for excellent cooling performance in a small slim container. Under heavy load, these highly capable slim units can handle even the hottest running graphics cards quite well, creating stable overclocking temperatures. Validated in our lab to handle GTX580 gpus at 1.5v and 1450mhz+. Multiple units can fit just about any graphics hardware configuration including single spaced SLI and Xfire, triple SLI and Xfire ,and Quad SLI and Xfire. Kit includes one TEK-9 7.0 gpu unit with nickel plated solid copper design base and anodized aluminum top, 4 brackets (3 front and one backside for gtx295), all required mounting hardware including thumbnuts and screws. Calculated shipping prices are based on single units. If more than one unit is needed, you may want to contact us for an accurate more efficient shipping quotation to complete your order via email at [email protected]
Tek-9 FAT 6.0 GPU unit: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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New for 2011/2012, this is the latest revision of the TEK-9 FAT full size gpu unit for both liquid nitrogen and dry ice. Tuned to drive like a caddy while cooling todays hottest running graphics cards under extreme cooling temperatures. Great for single GPU overclocking and dual spaced multi gpu applications where highest possible clocks and highest voltages/loads are being used. Kit includes one Tek FAT 6.0 gpu unit with nickel plated solid copper design base/ anodized aluminum top(non-modular), 3 aluminum frontside brackets pictured (latest), and all required mounting hardware including thumbnuts and screws. Calculated shipping prices are based on single units. If more than one unit is needed, contact us for an accurate shipping quotation and to complete your order via email at [email protected]


K|NGP|N Edition OC guide Download PDF format: Spoiler! (Click to show) K|NGP|N Edition OC guide Download PNG format: Spoiler! (Click to show) K|NGP|N Edition OC guide View PNG format: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Power Supplies thread and comparasion by our PSU Guru shilka.
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700 / 750 watts comparison thread by shilka
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I get asked very often what is the best fully modular 700-750 watts PSU? so instead of answering that every time i am going to make another info thread well sort of.

First off before i begin no i have not reviewed any of these units nor do i claim any credit for it, Its all done by Techpowerup so all credit goes to them. Since Techpowerup does not have reviews for every single 700-750 watts PSU i can only pick the ones they have reviewed which means the Cooler Master V700 is not in thread however sad that might be. And a model(s) is not bad because its not here

Anyway lets be about it and start with the first one which is going to be the EVGA SuperNova G2 750 watts (based on the Super Flower Leadex Gold) and we start with some pictures of the platform and fan
1000 / 1050 watts comparison thread: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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If your system only has one video card you're wasting money you dont need a PSU in this wattage range so dont bother to look here for that

I get asked very often what is the best fully modular 1000 watts PSU? so instead of answering that every time i am going to make another info thread well sort of.

First off before i begin no i have not reviewed any of these units nor do i claim any credit for it, Its all done by Techpowerup so all credit goes to them. Since Techpowerup does not have reviews for every single 1000 watts PSU i can only pick the ones they have reviewed which means that some models are not here and a model is not bad because its not here

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This is the first OCN KPE owner to bench it with LN2
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5L + no EVbot = very quick test of EVGA KPC GTX 780 Ti nvvdd 1.2 set in Precision X, nothing else touched and who said the memory didn't clock well on these biggrin.gif Moar to come. . . Insulation, who needs that when you don't have enough LN2 tongue.gif

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I'm getting one going to run some test on air first day and put this big boy under water EK block. wink.gif

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ill be waterblocking mine right out of the box tongue.gif

going to flash the evbot to that firmware vince linked earlier, also going to try his bios he posted to see how they do.
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Any idea when they will be able to purchase?

Case- NZXT SWITCH 810 White
Motherboard- GIGABYTE GA-990FXA-UD3 AM3+ AMD 990FX SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD
Ram- CORSAIR DOMINATOR GT 8GB
Proceesor- AMD FX-8350 Vishera 4.0GHz (4.2GHz Turbo) Socket AM3+ 125W Eight-Core Desktop
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Heck I might as well reserve my spot in here, since last night things have been looking up for the KPE. Now if one of you gents would happen to know where I can find an EVBot, I would really appreciate it biggrin.gif

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