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    Re: Reviews - Asus GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC

    Thanks kalniel

    I'm reading so many different conflicting posts, no idea whether to buy or not.
    The jump from dx9-10 was quite big & seeing many programs refuse to load was really annoying!
    There isn't even a confirmed post on the nvidea forums, same question from another guy not wanting to waste £600

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    Re: Reviews - Asus GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC

    im just going to leave it nice and short my personal opinion is this is a little shard sexiness
    not all perfect but can definitely sit in my pc.

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    Re: Reviews - Asus GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC

    Quote Originally Posted by NinjaStyles View Post
    Thanks kalniel

    I'm reading so many different conflicting posts, no idea whether to buy or not.
    The jump from dx9-10 was quite big & seeing many programs refuse to load was really annoying!
    There isn't even a confirmed post on the nvidea forums, same question from another guy not wanting to waste £600

    cheers
    It's not going to be like DX9-DX10 at all, more like DX11 to 11.1 (you noticed that one didn't you? ) Only it's going to have even less effect because games makers would have to be daft to mandate windows 8 over windows 7.

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    Re: Reviews - Asus GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC

    It's sad that the GTX 780 is also locked down. How about they free the crap out of it and let people OC as much as they want without being limited by the heat? I have the GTX 780 Hydro Copper and it took me forever to break 1200 MHz on GPU clocks even though it never breaches 35 degrees Celsius under full load. Time they do something to unleash the full potential of this card without pushing us to flashing the bios and disabling boost.

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    Re: Reviews - Asus GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC

    Quote Originally Posted by hero1 View Post
    It's sad that the GTX 780 is also locked down. How about they free the crap out of it and let people OC as much as they want without being limited by the heat?
    As long as said people never then tried to return, sell on or otherwise moan in any media about resulting reliability issues.. sure. Unfortunately for the few responsible people, we live in a world were people are quick to shout about issues and will try returning/selling cards even when they've taken them out of spec.

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