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April 8, 2014 9:30:55 AM

Hi guys looking at buying a gtx 780 ti for my gaming PC. I decided earlier on that the Evga gtx 780 ti dual classified would be the best. But I read some reviews that said that it is not the card you just plug in and play with, you need to take some time to overclock it. Is this true and what is the best gtx 780 ti that doesn't need to be overclocked at home? Thanks :) 

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a b 4 Gaming
April 8, 2014 9:36:12 AM

where did you read that? overclock just mean you can get more out of it.
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a b 4 Gaming
April 8, 2014 9:37:23 AM

You can just install that card and it will work fine. (GTX 780 TI)
There is no need to OC it. Look at EVGA and MSI for good GPUs. They make great cards.

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April 8, 2014 9:38:48 AM

Nathan Willis said:
You can just install that card and it will work fine. (GTX 780 TI)
There is no need to OC it. Look at EVGA and MSI for good GPUs. They make great cards.



Is this card overclocked by the manufacturer or should I just get a different card that's overclocked.
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a b 4 Gaming
April 8, 2014 9:42:17 AM

I think they mean it you can get a lot more out of it that it wouldn't make sense to just install it.
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a b 4 Gaming
April 8, 2014 9:43:46 AM

Minymigitover9000 said:
Nathan Willis said:
You can just install that card and it will work fine. (GTX 780 TI)
There is no need to OC it. Look at EVGA and MSI for good GPUs. They make great cards.



Is this card overclocked by the manufacturer or should I just get a different card that's overclocked.


if you read the first page at the comparing spec, it is already overclocked.
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April 8, 2014 9:45:51 AM

rgd1101 said:
Minymigitover9000 said:
Nathan Willis said:
You can just install that card and it will work fine. (GTX 780 TI)
There is no need to OC it. Look at EVGA and MSI for good GPUs. They make great cards.



Is this card overclocked by the manufacturer or should I just get a different card that's overclocked.


if you read the first page at the comparing spec, it is already overclocked.


Well thanks guess I'm gonna buy me a Gtx 780 ti dual classified.
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April 8, 2014 9:52:46 AM

Minymigitover9000 said:
Hi guys looking at buying a gtx 780 ti for my gaming PC. I decided earlier on that the Evga gtx 780 ti dual classified would be the best. But I read some reviews that said that it is not the card you just plug in and play with, you need to take some time to overclock it. Is this true and what is the best gtx 780 ti that doesn't need to be overclocked at home? Thanks :) 

The EVGA card you speak of, has the option of overclocking. If you don't manually overclock it, it'll just run at the factory speed, which is fine, since it already has higher clocks than the default specs (pre-overclocked). EVGA is a reliable company, and you'll do fine buying the above mentioned card. Also, whoever said that "you need some time to overclock it" probably meant that for the price premium of such an enthusiast-oriented card, you'll get the best bang for your buck if you tried pushing it's clocks a little higher, that's all.
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