Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by DiGiTaL MoNkEY, Oct 15, 2012.
nice sleeves lol.
I think the block looks nice, each to there own i guess
Pretty sure it's Vince Lucido (K|ngP|n) in the picture.
Also, Jacob from EVGA has confirmed that the 780ti Classified will be on sale next week at EVGA and partners in the US.
While the EVGA "Something" K|ngP|n edition will be out in Jan sometime, so they aren't the same thing.
Maybe the K|ngP|n edition is an unlocked Titan Black/Dark/Whatever??
The 780 ti classy is availble to buy via the EVGA webpage now
Where?? I cant see it
Sorry, that clear plastic shroud looks like utter shit.... what if someone wants a classy TI but doesn't want to water cool it?
What a slap in the face.
that clear fascia looks like a bad idea from the GeForce 2 era... but they had the sense not to do it then.
It could actually look good from the top view of the card. Realistically you will only be seeing the top side when it's in your case. It opens up options to put LED's in the shroud and maybe even stick custom logos inside and light them up as well, it could actually be really cool.
Fair enough. I must have gotten my dates wrong... Hehe
We'll Classy out now. See through horrible thing will be out in Jan...
For those asking about the classified on Air cooling. Why? You can buy a FTW or a SSC/SC for less money and clock it roughly the same as you can classified on air. The Classy's only really shine once underwater.
go over to here mate - http://www.overclock.net/t/1438886/official-nvidia-gtx-780-ti-owners-club/4100#post_21359395
there are quite a few people putting water blocks on their ti's.
thanks mate i'll check it out
Anyone got an AC4 key they want to offload?
Man when are they releasing these in a non reference variant?
I was kind of hoping the same thing however from what I have read Jacob has indicated it is primarily designed for LN2. This leads me to believe it will just be a classy with phsyical attributes to support the aforementioned.
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/1866339 780ti evga soc + 3770k
Is there much performance diff between a 2gb and 4gb 770 GTX to justify the price diff?
I'll only be running a single monitor 1080p.
Should I get the 4gb to future proof?
Maybe SLI in the future?
I would only get the 4GB if running on a 2560x1440 monitor
2GB should be fine for 1080p
Every benchmark I've seen concurs with this.
EVGA GTX 770 4Gb - No CUDA with Movie Studio
Just upgraded my now ancient Nvidia GTX 570 for the 770 only to find Cuda Support not avail for my Rendering program!!!
Sony dont seem to interested either...
Anyone else with similar issues.
Ps is it possible to run the 770 and 570 on same mobo ?
Advantage and disadvantage of doing this?
I've developed CUDA applications before and I've found that they're generally backwards compatible between different SM versions. Perhaps you just need a driver/toolkit update and maybe see if there are updates for your rendering program.