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    Default Gtx 780 sc acx

    So I want to buy a GTX 780 classy and a friend at work wants to buy my gtx 780 sc acx for $450.00. What do you guys think?
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    Default Re: Gtx 780 sc acx

    I say go for it.

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    Default Re: Gtx 780 sc acx

    Just wanted to make sure I was not selling myself short.
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    Default Re: Gtx 780 sc acx

    Not much difference IMO. the CLassy is 26mhz fast at base and boost cloock. Memory is the same on booth. You can make up that 26 mhz pretty easy. The cooling solution is the same on both. If you are going to sell that one add some money to it and get the 780ti.
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    ^--- +1 "If you are going to sell that one add some money to it and get the 780ti"
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    Default Re: Gtx 780 sc acx

    I thought the classy had better voltage regulators and you can adjust voltage via the ev bot? Voltage up to 1.6v if I am not mistaken. I could be wrong. My goal is 1300 core clock or higher for gaming sessions. Right now I run my 780 sc acx running around 1241 and with my monitor running 2560x1440 playing bf4 on high settings I get anywhere from 45-60fps. I don't want to drop below 60 at all.
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    Default Re: Gtx 780 sc acx

    Yup with evbot you can go up to 1.8v. People are getting crazy clocks with custom Bios ' s. And then in the fall I will up another one. With my Xmas bonus I am going to start my watercooling. So excited right now. And I am going out 4 wheeling tomorrow Woohooooo!
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    Default Re: Gtx 780 sc acx

    Quote Originally Posted by woomdawg View Post
    Yup with evbot you can go up to 1.8v. People are getting crazy clocks with custom Bios ' s. And then in the fall I will up another one. With my Xmas bonus I am going to start my watercooling. So excited right now. And I am going out 4 wheeling tomorrow Woohooooo!

    In that case roll with the deal. Didnt know you were adding another soon. Once you start with water you will never go back. And you will turn into a parts whore like me. lol
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    Default Re: Gtx 780 sc acx

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    In that case roll with the deal. Didnt know you were adding another soon. Once you start with water you will never go back. And you will turn into a parts whore like me. lol
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    Lol and just got back from best buy returning and exchanging parts. :-)
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    So the butt head changed his mind and doesn't want to buy my card now...what to do now? Buy another 780 sc acx or do my watercooling?
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