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Question is will svl7 bless 780 owners with a custom bios with GPU Boost removed?

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Just bought it 2 weeks ago,saved a lot of money to buy this but it's a total worth.

I bought it because good SLI profile with Far cry 3...Nvidia is messin' with those too much and for nothing really :|

And with this beauty my windows 7 note raised up to 7.1 :)))

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Just bought it 2 weeks ago,saved a lot of money to buy this but it's a total worth.

I bought it because good SLI profile with Far cry 3...Nvidia is messin' with those too much and for nothing really :|

And with this beauty my windows 7 note raised up to 7.1 :)))

What is your 7.1 score? I get a 7.9 graphics rating on my 660Ti, so I'm guessing you have a 7.1 due to something else.

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Sounds like there might be some kind of bottleneck in his system. The base score for WEI is always the lowest number.

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I have the Gigabyte GTX 780 Windforce edition. It's really a great card and blows everything away at 1080p. I've had a lot of issues with BF3 and 320.18/320.11. I've read to do a clean install which I tried but still got artifacting (I deleted registry keys and hidden folders, etc...). I had to roll back to 314.22 and modify the inf file. Anybody else run into problems with BF3 on the GTX 780. And what do people use to OC nowadays? I've always been partial to MSI Afterburner but I would switch if something worked better.

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Just got mine, hit +200Mhz Core/Memory with stock volts, now trying to flash it.

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Hi!!

Yesterday came!!,here are the mine:

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First Benchmarks

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I have to work more in this benchmarks ......:)

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Hi!!

Yesterday came!!,here are the mine:

First Benchmarks

I have to work more in this benchmarks ......:)

: 47_002:

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I see you are running pci-e 2.0. With tri-SLI people have seen 3.0 perform significantly better than 2.0 even on x16 with multiple monitors. Have you tried to enable 3.0 on your system? You need to enable it in BIOS and run a file from nvidia to modify the driver. It's not guaranteed to work though on SB-E systems, but usually it does.

Had no record of it, is a patch in windows?

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Got 1 EVGA 780 SC ACX in system running 1215mhz core stable and just put in an order for a 2nd one. Can't wait to put some benches on it.

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Waiting for a vanilla one (TNT is slooooow)... I just got a high flow bracket; it seems that backplate are rare as gold...

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Got an EVGA 780 ACX, just barely hits 1200 MHz on the stock BIOS. +350 or so on mem, haven't pushed it to instability yet.

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got my EVGA SC ACX 780 gets up to around 1260 with stock bios and tends to crash any further. I am satisfied with the card as it idles 22-24 degrees and generally only hits up to 53 ish degrees on load A VERY nice piece of hardware

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Woot woot just received my brand new EVGA 780 ACX!!!

Has an ASIC of 77% and clocks at 1110MHz stock out of the box! :)

Time to bench this baby and see what she can do!

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I am probably going to buy a Gigabyte 780 with the stock cooler this summer!

Anything you think I should know beforehand?

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I am probably going to buy a Gigabyte 780 with the stock cooler this summer!

Anything you think I should know beforehand?

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bought 2 ... waited nearly 1 month for the 780 version cooler ... but than decided to stop waiting and take the titan version ... who cares if it is standing titan or 780 on it ;)

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I bought one for my new 3dvision build and I love it. I was a little surprised that it wasn't a large gain from my 7970 ghz edition but I still love the card and I love what Nvidia has to offer. It's been 5 years since I've been with the green team and I'm enjoying being back.

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