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Max overclock for a 780ti?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I bought a 780ti pre-overclocked and the actual overclock is shocking.

 

GTX 780 TI GPU ENGINE SPECS: CUDA Cores 2880 Base Clock (MHz) 875 Boost Clock (MHz) 928 Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec)

That's stock

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This is the overclocked one I bought.

 

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What do you think a overclocked 780ti would be able to get up to -

 

With voltage:

Without Voltage change:

 

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All depends on the silicon lottery. What you pointed out doesn't help much/at all.

Try it out and see.

 

My friend got his 780ti up to 1200 something. (on a water block)


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Stable OC under my condition here in India,depends on the room temp you have there

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Posted · Original PosterOP

All depends on the silicon lottery. What you pointed out doesn't help much/at all.

Try it out and see.

 

My friend got his 780ti up to 1200 something. (on a water block)

What would you recommend I go to without waterblock and without changing the voltage?

Edit: Like a starting number to work from there.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
 

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Why do you have a higher Pixel and Texture fillrate than mine, that's down to the chip set isn't it?

 
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Silicon lottery and if it's a good card(like KPE or Matrix), it can go up to 1500MHz. Even 1600-1700MHz in some extreme situations. But usually 1300MHz is the most you will be able to get. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Silicon lottery and if it's a good card(like KPE or Matrix), it can go up to 1500MHz. Even 1600-1700MHz in some extreme situations. But usually 1300MHz is the most you will be able to get. 

Mate can I have your setup? Like seriously! xD

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Why do you have a higher Pixel and Texture fillrate than mine, that's down to the chip set isn't it?

 

 

idk, but its +/- 1, s negligible, what's your ASIC level ? higher the ASIC level, better the overclocking 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

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So mine is pretty good at overclocking? And I will be able to get more performance?

 

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So mine is pretty good at overclocking? And I will be able to get more performance?

 

 

yes


 

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