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    MSI GTX 780ti Lightning Overclocking and Pics.

    Pics of the Card




















    Some results on Air










    UPDATE:

    On Winter water 1.35v 25c Load 1520/1900















    Hard to see water/antifreeze temp 1c


    Ln2 next week
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    Wow. How good is that

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    will update with some cold results waiting on 4930k
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    Quote Originally Posted by Splave View Post
    will update with some cold results waiting on 4930k
    Where those on air. If so, that's even more insane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l0ud_sil3nc3 View Post
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    It will be a crying shame if these don't make it to retail as has been said.

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    This was on stock cooler 1.35 load. Memory stock
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    Very nice! Please keep us updated on your results and thanks for sharing.
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    UPDATE:

    On Winter water 1.35v 25c Load 1520/1900















    Hard to see water/antifreeze temp 1c


    Ln2 next week
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    Nice little water, bench setup
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    Because a one socket system is only 1/2 a system..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Splave View Post
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    quick question:

    wanting to get the GTX780 Lightning (non Ti)
    is there a big difference in the Ti edition for non gaming?
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    Can you rephrase the question sorry I don't understand
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    Question thanks for stopping by for me.......

    Quote Originally Posted by Splave View Post
    Can you rephrase the question sorry I don't understand
    I know you have the Ti gtx 780 lightning, i'm wanting to get the gtx780 lightning, I know there's more cuda cores and plainly faster card your card...

    im coming from a 7970 msi lightning Boosted edition, basically for just a good fast card for fast excucutions even with no gamming the gtx 780 lightning should do the job far better the my 7970 lightning...
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    I have 780s as well. For a gamer at 1080p you don't need anything more imo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Splave View Post
    I have 780s as well. For a gamer at 1080p you don't need anything more imo
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    That is one serious piece of hardware you have there. I had no idea they could clock that high without LN2. Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splave View Post
    I have 780s as well. For a gamer at 1080p you don't need anything more imo
    splave: dont want to highjack your thread, but regarding your 780's:

    are this lightnings or something else? curious if a non (ti) 780 lightning is able to reach such clocks as your 780ti lightning if put under similar conditions (1?C water). msi tells us this cards are specially binned? are they?

    anyway, voltage should not be the issue if we'r talking about lightnings! have two brand new non (ti) 780 lightnings here and simply don't know if i should buy some waterblocks and install them or sell the cards and go for a ti even if i wont be able to get a ti lightning!

    also, whats the asics quality of your card? don't know if this even tells something, but getting the figure is just a click away ...

    anyway, great card this 780ti lightning! too bad it's not in production!
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    I see they used a new heatsink.
    On the 680l, the heatsink gets in the way of tri-sli bridges.
    Just curious, does the 780 ti lightning heatsink get in the way of tri-sli adapters too?


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    Quote Originally Posted by NEOAethyr View Post
    I see they used a new heatsink.
    On the 680l, the heatsink gets in the way of tri-sli bridges.
    Just curious, does the 780 ti lightning heatsink get in the way of tri-sli adapters too?
    Nope heatsink is flush with the edge of the card
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    Quote Originally Posted by NEOAethyr View Post
    I see they used a new heatsink.
    On the 680l, the heatsink gets in the way of tri-sli bridges.
    Just curious, does the 780 ti lightning heatsink get in the way of tri-sli adapters too?
    that''s a rather hypothetical question. regarding to various sources, msi manufactured just 12 pieces of this card. don't get me wrong, but if you are the lucky one to get hold of three of them: you are the man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fgw View Post
    that''s a rather hypothetical question. regarding to various sources, msi manufactured just 12 pieces of this card. don't get me wrong, but if you are the lucky one to get hold of three of them: you are the man!
    That it is may, but I still think it was a valid ? .
    It was an issue I discovered after I had gotten 2 680 lightnings, excellent heatsink but a small problem, can't use the 2nd sli connector with it.
    Even though it's got 2, you just can't use it lmao .
    I planned on going water cooling anyways eventually but you know, I thought it was kinda goofy.

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    Cool beans , I'm glad they fixed that.

    I had been waiting for this card for so long I gave up and decided that togo with a 2nd 680.
    Still working on that though :\, kinda regret doing the hard mod I did on my original card.
    Ohwell live and learn, I'de like switch to the k5000, heard that vga pass through works on it and it doesn't have the dl-dvi issue that the k2's have with older vga bios'es.

    Can you get us some vga bios dumps of that card (780ti lightning) just for the heck of it?
    Or would that violate an nda or something?


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    Man I only just bought a pair of Ti Classifieds last week too (after waiting for ever for these) ....

    Very nice results too, I was going to do the same (with uni block).

    BTW - those asking about 780 (non-Ti) Lightning, mine was a very poor clocker, I sold it again very quickly...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie-revhead View Post
    Man I only just bought a pair of Ti Classifieds last week too (after waiting for ever for these) ....

    Very nice results too, I was going to do the same (with uni block).

    BTW - those asking about 780 (non-Ti) Lightning, mine was a very poor clocker, I sold it again very quickly...


    BTW - those asking about 780 (non-Ti) Lightning, mine was a very poor clocker, I sold it again very quickly

    IM HEART BROKEN NOW...I was just ready to get the 780 msi lightning 1 card only, getting ready to sell my msi 7970 lightning....
    im sure the 780 lightning is far better than my 7970 lightning....?

    *just noticed on newegg there are 2 msi780 lightnings the better one Core Clock: 980MHz
    Boost Clock: 1033MHz has 3 fans the yellow fan in middle.

    is this the one that was poor clocking for you aussie or the 780 lightning with 2 fans?
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