What's difference on EVGA Gtx 780?

Discussion in 'nVidia Flavor' started by arachn1d, Aug 27, 2013.

  1. arachn1d

    arachn1d Gawd

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    Specifically between:

    03G-P4-2784-KR vs EVGA 03G-P4-3784-KR

    Should I just get the 3784 and call it a day or?
     
  2. GoldenTiger

    GoldenTiger [H]ard as it Gets

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    The 3784 is newer and has dual BIOS.
     
  3. Ieat

    Ieat Limp Gawd

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    Looks like 13mhz on core. lol Get the cheaper one.
     
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    striker444 Gawd

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    The 03G-P4-3784-KR has:

    8+2 Power Phases vs 6+2 Power Phases
    Dual BIOS
    Higher Power Target

    It's worth the extra money, I wish they had this available on day 1 of the launch. I would of picked it up.
     
  5. Rattle

    Rattle 2[H]4U

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    Can someone post the bios to the 3784... Wanna see if I can flash my ref card for shits and grins
     
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    arachn1d Gawd

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    striker444 Gawd

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    You will be able to run it on your card, but the only benefit you will have is a higher clock and a slightly higher power target. You mine as well go all out and get the TI BIOS, it will give you a power target higher than a Classified card, give you voltages to 1.212v and disabled throttling.
     
  8. rhaylols

    rhaylols n00b

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    Do you happen to have a link to that? I just got my ACX 780s and would love that.
     
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  11. GoldenTiger

    GoldenTiger [H]ard as it Gets

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    Yep, you'll definitely want the TechInferno BIOS... disables throttling and allows up to 1.2125v with voltage power states intact (downclocking & volting when on 2D etc.). Using the Afterburner trick + up to 1.32v with LLC disabled forces the voltage full-time, though you could manually switch it down when you wanted.