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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780Ti Dual, Tri and Quad SLI Overclocking Benchmarks




The NVIDIA GTX 780Ti is already a beast of a card. We decided to take four of them and push them to the max. Check out our video and article to see just how these cards perform when stressed to the max.

Article: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780Ti Dual, Tri and Quad SLI Overclocking Benchmarks
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what resolution where these taken on?
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All tests were run at 1440p
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I wonder if even four of these bad boys can get 80 FPS on the new 4K digital technology. Can you do a test on that resolution just for some stats? like on the Asus 4K Gaming 31 inch PQ321Q Series?
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Whenever I watch hardware/overclocking stat kind of videos I am really confused - I play BF4 on my i5-3470, 8gb DDR3 1333MHz RAM, Palit Geforce GTX 660 system and I get better performance than one GTX 780Ti OC'ed. Why is that? I'm running at 1920x1080 resolution with all settings on higgh/ultra (High if im recording, ultra for just playing)

I also see reviews etc of my card that get much lower frames - do you guys run at a higher resolution? How are the cards cooled? What OC'ing software are you using? I would really like to know because I am getting a more expensive system with 3 GTX 780Ti's OC'ed accross three 1920x1080 monitors.

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  Quote Nav Quote  Post ReplyReply bullet Posted: 20 Jan 2014 at 11:27am
Originally posted by ThePenguinFace

Whenever I watch hardware/overclocking stat kind of videos I am really confused - I play BF4 on my i5-3470, 8gb DDR3 1333MHz RAM, Palit Geforce GTX 660 system and I get better performance than one GTX 780Ti OC'ed. Why is that? I'm running at 1920x1080 resolution with all settings on higgh/ultra (High if im recording, ultra for just playing)

I also see reviews etc of my card that get much lower frames - do you guys run at a higher resolution? How are the cards cooled? What OC'ing software are you using? I would really like to know because I am getting a more expensive system with 3 GTX 780Ti's OC'ed accross three 1920x1080 monitors.

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Something is not adding up, there is no way that system could get better scores than our 780Ti OCed and a 4960X that is over clocked.

Somewhere, our settings are not the same. Also, make sure our resolutions are matching up! These are done at 1440p.

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