- Mar 8, 2010
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|System Name||Gamer - Bencher|
|Processor||i7 5960X @5.1 GHz - load temps -5 C|
|Motherboard||Rampage V Extreme|
|Cooling||LD PC-V2 Phase Change - White XL Suction|
|Memory||16GB G.Skill Ripjaws 4 3200 MHz CL14-14-15-25 1t|
|Video Card(s)||Titan X SLI|
|Storage||2x 180GB Intel 330|
|Display(s)||Asus Swift PG278Q G-Sync|
|Case||Lian Li PC343B-XT|
|Power Supply||Antec 1200W TPQ + Corsair AX1200i|
|Software||Win 7 64 bits + Win 8.1 64 bit|
You're right, that is an EVBot and it's handy on the 780 Ti Classy as you can set voltages profiles and adjust on the fly. EVGA is working on a new EVBot, the EVBot II, but that might end up as an APP from what I hear.That be an EVBot I spy? Lot's of folk complain they can't get hold of them, these days.
Running Firestrike Extreme with 780 TI Classy SLI @ 1493/1507 MHz with vcore set to 1.4250V in the Classified software controller I measured the vcore to 1,5250V with DMM on the top GPU.
The rig pulled 1780W from the wall in the first GPU-test. Luckily I'm using two 1200W PSU's when benching these monsters in SLI.