Geforce GTX 780 Owners Club

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by bishi, May 23, 2013.

  1. cowie

    cowie Ancient Guru

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    nice!

    hokie at kpc put up a how to hotwire vid for 780 dcII (or 680) for use with a vr you would just take ovg wire that would go to mb to vr and then add a ground wire to vr so its pretty easy
    http://youtu.be/dSZVjdTkIF8
     
  2. managerman

    managerman Member

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    Hello...Just joined these forums and wanted to share my new build...Still testing the components on my bench before moving to a 900D...I will be watercooling the 780's and the CPU....

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    Card Specs: EVGA 780GTX SC ACX

    Card 1: Max Specs Core: 1163 / Mem: 6800 / 1.187v / ASIC 71.4
    Card 1: Max Specs Core: 1176 / Mem: 6800 / 1.200v / ASIC 63.4
    Card 1: Max Specs Core: 1150 / Mem: 6800 / 1.200v / ASIC 73.2

    Core +55 offset / Mem ****0 offset

    Once I get them under water I will try a modded vbios.....

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    -M
     
  3. SSJBillClinton

    SSJBillClinton Master Guru

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    Bit the bullet and flashed the modified vbios to my card today. Hitting 1241MHz on core stable, very happy, may even be able to go higher! Was extremely scary though, I've never flashed a GPU before.

    Time to do day 1 oc tests all over again...

    Crysis 2 heavily modded with MaldoHD and BlackFire TOD still appears to be the best stability test. Rocking 1215 stable!
     
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  4. Keesberenburg

    Keesberenburg Master Guru

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    Why Vantage have bad sli scaling with the gtx680 and now my 780's.
    30-40% in the fist benchmark level
     

  5. DStealth

    DStealth Master Guru

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    CPU limited
     
  6. Woodrow

    Woodrow New Member

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    Will I keep this card or send it back!?

    I have to say this card is a powerhouse like none I've had before.

    However, I've been experiencing a lot of texture flicker and it's driving me mad. I've tried at least 3 different driver revisions, altered graphics settings, and tried a number of clock settings; among them the factory defined ones. Still have these textures that flash and jitter.

    Anyone have any insight?

    Running an FX 8150
    MSI Gaming 780 3gig
     
  7. Keesberenburg

    Keesberenburg Master Guru

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    i7 3820 at 5100mhz 4cores 8 theards? cpu use is 10%
     
  8. yasamoka

    yasamoka Ancient Guru

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    @managerman: Do I spy 1080p being used?

    You might want to set all cards at the same clockspeed (lowest) since they will not run any faster if each card is at a different clockspeed. GPU usage will be adjusted based on the imbalance of clockspeeds. Just thought I'd let you know.
     
  9. DStealth

    DStealth Master Guru

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    No matter, try lowering 100mhz, than another 100 and you'll see how you lose FPS even single card. It's 1280*1024 no AA bench, it's all CPU bound.
    Here take a look my single 780 24/7 settings
    3960X@4800Mhz 24/7 6cores 12theards :3eyes:
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    and 3960 + 120Mhz same voltage, changed multi not 129.5*37, but *38
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  10. Keesberenburg

    Keesberenburg Master Guru

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    Whahaha same score, only i have sli on for 50k
     

  11. Riffmaster

    Riffmaster Member Guru

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  12. USFORCES

    USFORCES Master Guru

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    Mine are on the way :)

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    I'm going to be using the EK universal blocks off the 680's on them.

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  13. DStealth

    DStealth Master Guru

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    Then, it's not a pleasant look over 24/7 settings with newer drivers...
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  14. FeDaYin

    FeDaYin Active Member

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    2500K @ 4.2ghz / MSI GTX 780 Stock / memory kingston 1600mhz cl9 2x4GB
    With +147 core, boosts to 1137 in games.
    ASIC: 71.6
    I can OC more but I dont need to, I like that I got above X5000 in 3dmark11 with +147 core and nothing else, meaning I already beaten Titan and it's all I need, for now...

    Unigine Valley, 1920x1080, 8xAA, 1 monitor, Quality Ultra

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    And with +147 core and +150 memory (6308 effective)

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    Unigine Heaven, 1920x1080, 8xAA, 1 monitor, Quality Ultra, Tessellation Extreme

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    And with +147 core and +150 memory (6308 effective)

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    Metro Last Light Benchmark

    Settings to maximum, 1920x1080.
    Bench on maximum, 1920x1080
    Bench on maximum without SSAA, 1920x1080

    Hitman Absolution Benchmark, Quality Level: Ultra, 1920x1080

    MSAA OFF / MSAA 2X / MSAA 4X / MSAA 8X

    And with +147 core and +150 memory (6308 effective)

    MSAA OFF / MSAA 2X / MSAA 4X / MSAA 8X

    3DMark11 with +147 core and no memory OC: http://i.imgur.com/VKLDg5J.jpg

    3DMark with cpu at 4.2 and stock gpu: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/810991
    3DMark with cpu at 4.2 and +147 core and 6308 on memory: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/810867
    3DMark with cpu at 4.7 and +147 core and 6308 on memory: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/820904
     
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  15. KingDazza

    KingDazza Master Guru

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    Just received a Gainward Phantom GTX 780 "GLH" Golden Sample. Apparently is quicker than a Titan out of the box. Should have some fun over the w/e :)

    Wacked it on the never, never. But hey, just had to be done!
     

  16. drac

    drac Ancient Guru

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    I've been getting a little bit of the same and it seems like its the drivers, I don't get it with older drivers. Try the whql (or others) or wait for the next release.
     
  17. KingDazza

    KingDazza Master Guru

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    Just ran Firestrike Performance and returned a graphics score of 10344, fresh out of the box. Guess that looks about right?
     
  18. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    Nice, I was looking at that gpu for a while. How are the temps?
     
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  19. KingDazza

    KingDazza Master Guru

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    If I loop a 3d mark stressful test shoving max load onto the card, then it will eventually hit 80C, but its very, very quiet whilst doing so. But from what I read, I'm lead to believe that all cards will hit that due to boost 2.0 functionality. So quite normal to the best of my knowledge.

    So far I love the card. Being a Total War nut, I'm already getting a noticeable improvement over my 680 there. Was unsure about the upgrade for some time, but no regrets so far. I also like how all 3 fans can be removed from the cooler, without taking off or touching the cooler/heatsink as they slide in and out individually for cleaning. Great design. :)
     
  20. cowie

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