EVGA GeForce GTX 780 3GB Review



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4 – EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Burn-in Test

GeForce GTX 780, Burn-in test



At idle, the total power consumption of the testbed is 50W and the GTX 780 shows a GPU temperature of 35°C.

Tools:
– burn-in test: EVGA OC Scanner v3.2.0 (test: furry donut v2)
– GTX 780 tuning: EVGA Precision



Test 1: default settings
– power target: 100%
– temperature target: 79°C
– FurMark: 1024×768 windowed
– testbed total power consumption: 307W
– GPU temperature: 84°C
Result: TEST PASSED OK

Test 2: GPU Boost settings to the max
– power target: 106%
– temperature target: 95°C
– FurMark: 1024×768 windowed
– testbed total power consumption: 326W
– GPU temperature: 85°C
Result: TEST PASSED OK

This GTX 780 sample has perfectly passed the burn-in test.






3 thoughts on “EVGA GeForce GTX 780 3GB Review”

  1. Arjan van Wijnen

    Still love the OpenCL performance of a truly GPGPU enabled 7970 😉

  2. JeGX Post Author

    Yep, Radeon cards are real beasts in GPU computing. I’ll try to start an OpenCL benchmark asap because I’d really want to compare all those cards together!

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