780 ti installed, benchmarking. Having a hard time beating any of my 770's benchmarks...
I've fixed computers for years, had a few refurbished Dell GX260's that served their purposes and a couple laptops. Just never had the money/time to build my own because I always needed a laptop so I got those instead. I'm finally in a place where I'll stay for a while. I'm in the Marines at this time so hopefully I stay there anyways.
Just want to do gaming and have a show stopping rig I can be proud of and fit to my personality.
THE COOLER MASTER HYPER EVO LOGO IS UPSIDE DOWN BECAUSE I DIDN'T WANT TO BOTHER WITH IT ANYMORE. YAY for Costa Rica chip woo! The BitFenix case fan isn't actually 200mm so I had to take the black plastic sides off and zip tie it to my case, only 1 zip tie is visible. No vibration even at full speed :) It's the nosiest fan though. Idle temps are still in the 28C range, no issues besides a motherboard driver conflict due to no windows 8.1 support
EVGA 770 Overclocks really well, shows no signs of slowing down. It will be missed
Some light benchmarking on the 770: Catzilla EVGA Edition (17730 @ 720p, 25470 @ 576P) FFXIV RR Benchmark (15500 @ Maximum 1080p) 3DMark 11 Performance (P11445) just shy of High End Pc hahaha I'm going to fix that, right now my voltage is holding me back since 1.212 is the most it'll let me output. I've broken Catzilla benchmark after upping my clock past 140mhz on the 770 after I ran my top 40 for single cards in 576P, not sure how haha
|Date Published||March 21, 2014|