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post #21 of 4072 (permalink) Old 03-25-2014, 07:30 PM - Thread Starter
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@failwheeldrive, Thanks! I'll give that a try and report back!

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@failwheeldrive, Thanks! I'll give that a try and report back!

No problem, hope it works. I was wondering why I couldn't control voltage in AB and another HOF owner here on OCN suggested that, works great now.
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I've added a link for Owner's to register in the club in the OP! thumb.gif

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No problem, hope it works. I was wondering why I couldn't control voltage in AB and another HOF owner here on OCN suggested that, works great now.

Unfortunately, it still won't work, I guess the HOF 780Ti isn't included in the compatible list of devices yet!

That's ok I've figured out a few things using galaxy's Extreme Tuner Plus. It also has an OSD, so you can see your FPS, Voltage, etc. thumb.gif

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Bummer, sorry I couldn't help. Yeah extreme tuner works, though I've had mixed results with it. The OSD doesn't work for me with some games for some reason.

Really wish we got the ti here in the states. I'd love to replace my 780s.
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Just sent in a registration on a 780 HOF. I purchased this "new" off of fleabay and I have gone through a process with Galaxy to try and get the warranty transferred. So until then, I will be holding off on the upper limits of the volt modding.

I have made a risky investment for the most part and own 3 other 780's atm for mining purposes, and of course out of all of them the HOF by far is the fastest of the bunch. I have a reference evga 780 with a prolimatech mk 26 heatsink, and 2 Asus Direct Cu. What I do with these cards while mining, is aim for .950V with the highest clock speeds. The HOF will be 52-65mhz faster at the same voltage compared to the others, as well as have the best W/Khash ratio.

Has anyone checked out V1Tech before? I follow them on Instagram and here is a picture of custom acrylic backplates they fabricate. It would be awesome for my HOF!!thumb.gif

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@xartic1! That does look good! I can imagine that with the white PCB! Win! thumb.gif

@failwheeldrive, don't forget to fill up the owner's form! wink.gif

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in my current build





these GPU are monster
OC to 1345Mhz for 24/7

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That S5 build looks awesome Snef! I plan on getting the same EK waterblock after I have my FT03 powder coated to white (with some black)!

I want to do a white, black and blue as the color theme! Man this hobby is just downright brutal on the wallet! biggrin.gif

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Does anyone know why there are two fan headers on the PCB (J9 and J13 - red highlight below)? By default (or at least mine is) the fan is plugged into the J9 4-pin header, what would happen if the J13 is used?

...Or am I confused and this is for the LED on the air cooler / shroud with the "Hall Of Fame" logo? The question still stands though, what does J13 do?

Lastly, what's the header with the blue highlight below (I actually think this is for the led on the shroud)?



Out of curiosity, I sent an email to Galaxy's technical Support, hopefully they can give us an answer!

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