Gtx 780 ti owner thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by RPGgamesplayer, Nov 7, 2013.

  1. BangTail

    BangTail Ancient Guru

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    They will charge what the price was when you actually submitted the order.

    You can also download the invoice if you want to be sure :)

    I'm going to hold off for 6GB Zotacs myself but enjoy :D
     
  2. eclap

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    how much is the heaven score affected by the cpu/ram btw? Also, what is your 3dmark11/firestrike graphics score?

    Also, for me to sell my 2x 7950 and buy a 780ti, it would cost me around £200 for same/slightly less performance. so meh, I'm sticking ;)
     
  3. RPGgamesplayer

    RPGgamesplayer Maha Guru

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    Heaven is gpu intensive , single card is always better ;)
     
  4. eclap

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    thought so much. anyway, what are your 3dmark11/fire strike graphics scores? I'm sure I'll have a fair advantage in those. :) Sorry about partial OT everyone.
     

  5. RPGgamesplayer

    RPGgamesplayer Maha Guru

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    could you do a tomb raider benchmark on ultimate
     
  6. eclap

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    nah, cba to download the game again :/ sorry mate.
     
  7. gunman127

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    Anyone else get a black screen instead of POST when you set the BIOS to UEFI instead of Legacy boot ROM on a Sabertooth P67?
     
  8. Retow

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    Can someone show me a GPUz of their 780 Ti running on a Z77 motherboard on the release drivers.

    I have noticed mine is running pcie gen 2 x16 rather than PCIE 3 (and its under load so no power saving)

    Nvidia control panel also reports the same, if I uninstall the driver then GPUz detects the gpu hardware supports pcie3.0 but once the drivers installed it states the max supported link speed of the device / mobo is pcie 2.0.

    There is nothing elce connected in the pcie slots on the motherboard.

    Odd one.

    Anyone have any ideas how it can be changed or forced?

    I will test with a different BIOS later as im on F8m on the g1 sniper 3 will ask other sniper 3 users and see if its a fbios thing.
     
  9. Pandora's Box

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  10. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    yes?

    Now OC some more until you break 60 gpixel/s ;)
     

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    What is the best 3dmark11 score any of you 780ti owner have managed so far.
     
  12. eclap

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    Graphics score would be around 17k
     
  13. ---TK---

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    Thats some cracking vram bandwidth
     
  14. Loophole35

    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    So eclap with what you see from this Kepler are you getting excited for maxwell yet? I know I am.
     
  15. eclap

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    Dunno. I'll see what they're like. What I know it's that I don't have to upgrade until 20nm. If I can get a 20nm gpu that will perform on par with my cf setup and have some good oc headroom, I'll go for it.
     

  16. Loophole35

    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    Agreed that's what I'm waiting for but all things considered these 780Ti's are close to beating my SLI setup on one card so one 880 may beat my setup (at stock). Still may wait for the maxwell refresh.
     
  17. eclap

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    Well, my cf setup is still a fair bit faster than an overclocked 780ti, but Maxwell should be a step up and I'll definitely look into the 20nm cards. My 7950s will be worth nothing by then lol, might just keep the Vapor-X as a back up and give the other one away :)
     
  18. Mr_Alexander

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    Finally my order was shipped and supposed to be delivered later today. When I get home from work it should be waiting for me. I guess I am in the club now.:)
    I would do come benches too but I do not think it will be interesting for you since my CPU is old.
    Regardless I am very exited to try BF4 on the highest settings.:infinity:
     
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    well let me know how it runs because we have similar setups...
     
  20. lmimmfn

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    Ive the same CPU, im at stock CPU clocks at the moment and im seeing around a 15% difference in performance with stock 780Ti on the newer processors.

    Ill post some benchmark results if youre interested? didnt post any here as obviously theyre behind the latest processors.

    I have my 920 on stock because with my old 6970 temps inside the case were getting too hot but i added 3 case intake fans which dropped temps about 6C and the 780Ti runs quite cool relative to my old 6970. Will be overclocking the 920 again this weekend, probably not back on 4Ghz, but 3.3 or 3.5( dont want it chewing on electricity :) )
     

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