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    Managed to sell both my GTX680s and decided to get a pair of EVGA Superclock GTX780ti and see how much better it performs over the GTX680s, i have yet to touch the clocks as i seriously have no clue how to overclock the 700series

    Anyone has any experience clocking these cards yet? Do i need to bump up the voltages for mild overclocks? Wonder how 780ti scales with overclocks




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    So far only did 1 run of 3Dmark


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    Default Re: Evga GTX780ti SLI

    wow! too much power. How much did your GTX 680 SLI pulled up with Fire Strike before?
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    Wow, they are beautiful. Enjoy all that power

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    Default Re: Evga GTX780ti SLI

    Wow. Those are very nice cards. I suppose can OC similar to 780. I've OCed my two 780 to 1000MHz (863MHz Stock Clock), without touching voltage (see below):
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    Core: 1000mhz (+137)
    Memory: 1625mhz (6.5Ghz effective) (+246)
    voltage: Stock
    I also paired them with EKWB blocks and temps never go over 45C on any stress/bench program or 38C on games (MLL, C3... all maxed out).

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Default Re: Evga GTX780ti SLI

    i got my card to 1043mhz(boosts to 1223MHz) also from 863 stock without touching the voltage, and memory to 6.8GHz effective. Never tried to OC gpu's before this one, but it seems super easy. I slapped a EK FC titan waterblock with backplate it, and i dont get pass 48C with my cooling running at minimum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by najiro View Post
    wow! too much power. How much did your GTX 680 SLI pulled up with Fire Strike before?
    10699 in firestrike on my old cards in SLI, not sure how does 18084 really mean, not into reading benchmark for the longest time

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    Thanks, i give that a shot in the next few days.
    Would you know if its possible to OC with MSI Afterburner instead of Precision X ? I wanna use MSI Afterburner because the beta version support 64bit that allows onscreen display in BF4

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Wow. Those are very nice cards. I suppose can OC similar to 780. I've OCed my two 780 to 1000MHz (863MHz Stock Clock), without touching voltage (see below):
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    I also paired them with EKWB blocks and temps never go over 45C on any stress/bench program or 38C on games (MLL, C3... all maxed out).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    i got my card to 1043mhz(boosts to 1223MHz) also from 863 stock without touching the voltage, and memory to 6.8GHz effective. Never tried to OC gpu's before this one, but it seems super easy. I slapped a EK FC titan waterblock with backplate it, and i dont get pass 48C with my cooling running at minimum.
    Thanks Pete, i give it a shot as well and see how it goes

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    Thanks, i give that a shot in the next few days.
    Would you know if its possible to OC with MSI Afterburner instead of Precision X ? I wanna use MSI Afterburner because the beta version support 64bit that allows onscreen display in BF4
    You can use EVGA Precision or MSI Afterburner (which ever you preferred, the principle of OC is same).

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    Hey Gavin, send the cards to me and I will drive up a 101 GPU OC guide for you...
    BTW, did you take out a second mortgage for these cards/blocks?

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    Nice Gavin!

    Man!! How do you guys keep up with all these GPU updates....
    My system is still running my trusty GTX670 OC Editions..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Nice Gavin!

    Man!! How do you guys keep up with all these GPU updates....
    My system is still running my trusty GTX670 OC Editions..
    I can't keep up either. My GTX-680s will have to do for a good long time.

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    how's about HD5870?

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    I guess you have to use what you have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Hey Gavin, send the cards to me and I will drive up a 101 GPU OC guide for you...
    BTW, did you take out a second mortgage for these cards/blocks?
    Sold one of my kidneys to fund this purchase

    But i have not reached this guy's level yet


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