Level up your GeForce GTX 780 experience with the EVGA GeForce GTX 780 with Hydro Copper. The Hydro Copper cooling solution's advanced technologies and engineering keep your graphics card temperatures in check, and facilitate stable performance no matter how hard you play. Play hard and cool hard.
What a beast
Pros: Very cool, very easy to OC if need be - selection between the two BIOSES is super easy and very effective - compared to my GTX 580, let's just say there's no comparing the two, they're two worlds apart!
Cons: HUGE - Had to remove my side panel 160mm fan in order to make everything fit - although it is more of my fault for not checking physical size before purchasing - ensure you double check that small detail!
Other Thoughts: I have always been the type of individual to wait roughly a year before buying, however I always found myself upgrading my graphics card every two years or so at ~$250-350 a pop.. This time I wanted to make it right, and after reviewing the performance differences between the GTX 780, 780ti & Titan, this card was the obvious choice. Yeah, I paid a lot more than I am used to, however this card will now serve me well over the next 4 years, and I will get much better gaming experience with this bad boy vs. say a GTX 770 or 760, which I almost ended up purchasing. .
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A beast underwater!
Pros: These 780s (the classifieds) even with the ACX fan cooling solution are amazing. And it was... until I decided to go the water cooling route. So what happens when you put them 'under water'? You'll find yourself in overclocking paradise! What an improvement over the 770s I used to own. Just one 780 can almost (if you know how to push it right) match a stock 770 SLI setup. I'm getting temps well below 25C in idle and 35-38C under heavy gaming mode (depends on you case temp. and water cooling loop of course), and just 40-43 while overclocking the hell our it. I can't wait to SLI them soon.
Cons: The 1/2 id 3/4 od fittings won't totally fit without removing the backplate, so be prepared to use your own.
Other Thoughts: I bought two 780s classified with ACX fan cooling.... but now I have to spend over $150+ for a hydro copper waterblock and backplate totaling well over $320+... I wish I could've saved me the trouble and picked the Hydro copper version instead.
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Very, very fast and very very quiet.
Pros: I'm comparing coming from two HD7970's using Swiftech's KOMODO full cover water blocks. These look even better and dwarf the KOMODO's in size. Solid construction, includes very nice water cooling compression fittings, awesome red lighting, a bunch of stickers, posters and other stuff I wont use. I've been using AMD/ATI stuff for years and have been satisfied. I'm not sure what NViDIA does with their graphics but everything just looks and runs so much smoother. From video games to benchmarking. Amazing! I was thinking I would send these back if the difference wasn't really noticeable. I will be keeping them. Amazing!
Cons: Expensive, and huge! (But I like it)
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