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MSI Computer Corp. Computer Video Graphics Cards GTX 780TI GAMING 3G

4.6 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews
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  • Core Clock: 1020 MHz
  • Video Memory: 3GB GDDR5
  • Memory Interface: 384-bit
  • Max. Resolution: 2560 x 1600
  • Connectors: DVI-I Dual-link, DVI-D Dual-link, HDMI, Display Port
  • Thermal: Fan sink (Dual Fans)
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MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Gaming 3GB GDDR5 2DVI/HDMI/Display Port PCI-Express Video Card

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Max Screen Resolution 2560 x 1600
Memory Speed 7000 MHz
Graphics Coprocessor GeForce GTX 780 Ti
Chipset Brand Nvidia
Graphics Card Ram Size 3
Brand Name MSI
Item model number GTX 780TI GAMING 3G
Item Weight 3 pounds
Product Dimensions 10.5 x 5.1 x 1.5 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 10.47 x 5.08 x 1.5 inches

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4.6 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,158 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Shipping Weight 3 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available January 1, 2014

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Update: Nov 30th, 2014

This card is still going strong, and I even was able to install the Kraken G10 water cooling mount along with the Corsair H50 water cooler. HOWEVER, this card, since it's a non-reference card, IS NOT COMPATIBLE with water cooling. That being said, I did a few small modifications to make it work. In order for the card to work, the PCB needs to sense that there is power power draw from the fan header on it. The fan that comes with the G10 is not compatible with that fan header. Moreover, the fan needs to be PWM, for full comparability of the mod. What I did was, bought a PWM fan of the same size as the Kraken G10 came with,cut the wires at the end where the original plug would be of the newly bought fan. Strip them with a wire stripper. Take the wires and plug from the original heatsink fan on the GPU, cut them at the base closest to the card, NOT THE PLUG, so that you would have a good length of wire WITH the plug, strip them with a wire stripper and twist those wires with the original plug that fits into the GPU fan header to the other stripped wires from the fan you bought.
With that, now the fan is compatible with the fan header on the card. After that modification has been made, you can proceed as normal with the installation. As with NZXT's disclaimer, installing the water cooling mount WILL VOID THE WARRANTY, as well as making any modifications to the card. So be warned.

Making this mod and installing water cooling has been the best decision! No longer is the heat dissipated inside the case but rather, out of the case directly since all of the heat is in the water. Also, I have never seen my temps go above 63C under any conditions, even overclocked!
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Link to HD YouTube Unboxing Video

- Possibly the best and fastest GTX 780 Ti currently for the money
- Incredibly quiet.
- Up to 5% cooler than the stock heatsink
- Very well packaged
- High quality caps and components
- Nice and black looks good without a backplate
- Even better power management than stock design due to components
- MSIs military grade quality, card feels solid and doesnt flex
- Had to actually think about coming up with cons, thats great for any product.
- Factory clocked faster than almost all other GTX 780 Tis
- Even better overclocking capability
- No worrying about if my card can run this game, or top that benchmark, it will..

- Gigantic, make sure you measure your case!
- No other color stickers, one color theme
- ummm long name

Overall, you definitely get what you pay for.
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This video card is the first one I've taken the time to buy in a long while. I am pretty happy with my purchase. Its humorous that I spent more time trying to find something to test this card than actually enjoying what games it plays. There aren't many things I've found that this card won't eat for breakfast at stock clock settings.

I'm not giving this card a 5 star though. The reason for this is that the coil whine that you hear from the capacitors is obnoxious. Its a high pitched squeal that can really hamper enjoyment of many titles. I've researched this problem and found very few things to help with it. My biggest deal with the coil whine is that I shouldn't be searching for a bandaid kind of fix. I've seen people advised by MSI support that coil whine is normal and that nothing can be done. MSI isn't entirely at fault here, as the 780ti chip is known to cause coil whine from multiple manufacturers, but I would have thought with the supposedly top of the crop capacitors that MSI uses this wouldn't be an issue. I wish there was some way to know I could get a card without the coil whine. Spending 700 some dollars on a perfect video card is fine. Having 700 dollars invested in a noisemaker is another thing

The only games I've noticed it in are Tropico 5 and Watch Dogs. The capacitor squeal in Watch Dogs is incredibly bad though. The only way to alleviate is to set vsync at 2. I should not "have" to do that.

Bah. This is probably making me sound angrier with my purchase than I am. This card is well worth the money. I just hope you have better luck than I do with a "normal" feature of this card.
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Beast of a card. I ran mine on the stock BIOS and cooler for the first few weeks and it ran happily at 1230Mhz core and 1850Mhz on the memory with 0 voltage increase. I didn't even try to go any higher at the time since I had a full custom water cooling setup arriving shortly after I bought this. It may have went higher on air but I never tried. After putting it and my CPU on water and raising the GPU to the maximum voltage, I put a custom BIOS(from Overclock.net user Skyn3t ) on it and did get it up to, or maybe even a little over 1400 on the core but I backed down one bin to 1380 something. Can't remember exactly atm. 780 Ti's are set up on a 13Mhz bin increment. Basically it only OC's in 13Mhz increments so going from a hypothetical 1300Mhz to 1312 would do nothing for performance but would show up as that speed under any monitoring software as being at 1312. I said hypothetical because I can't remember where the increments start from. There is a chart that shows you each 13Mhz bin that you can find easily with a quick Google search.

Before going to full water cooling I do remember it being extremely quite under normal gaming conditions except for coil whine when pushed to certain loads. It was extremely annoying when it happened but was rare. It was only doing it when at a certain load % and would come and go. Now I have it running Folding@home in Ubuntu(dual booting with Win 8.1 for when I want to game) which pushes it to the absolute maximum loads and I never hear any coil whine and temps are never over 37C. But again, that is on water. On air, it would hit 65C and maybe even 68-70 if the room was hot that day but it averaged about 58-60 when gaming. Great card on air or water, at least after you unlock the 106% power limit with a custom BIOS.
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