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post #16311 of 16504 Old 05-28-2016, 04:46 PM
 
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woop woop, i can now adjust voltages biggrin.gif 1300Mhz@1.212V so far. pretty sure i can get atleast 1350 out of this, but i want to get a better cooler before running anything higher than this.
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Cannot change voltage using MSI Afterburner v4.2.0
http://www.overclock.net/t/1601397/why-cant-i-adjust-voltage-in-msi-afterburner
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I recently picked up a used MSI 780ti more or less for the hell of it, never owned one and wanted to give it a try. My main card is a 980ti. I installed the 780ti and could not get anything heavy to load/play. I tried various drivers but no luck. Firestrike also crashes. I did flash the card thinking perhaps a new BIOS would help but no difference, all games crashed shortly after start once the load got high I am guessing. My 980ti runs great on my current system, any ideas of what could be the problem, sometimes the driver simply crashes to the desktop, other times it just freezes up my whole system and I have to do a hard reset/restart holding down the power button. I did have a similar problem with a MSI 780 I had last year which I find strange. Card does this at stock speeds and overclocked.

Thanks for any help/suggestions as to what might be the cause.

PS : I have no heat issues, my cpu is a 4690k, MSI z87-GD65 MB, 16gb ram, 850w PSU.

Thanks,

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I recently picked up a used MSI 780ti more or less for the hell of it, never owned one and wanted to give it a try. My main card is a 980ti. I installed the 780ti and could not get anything heavy to load/play. I tried various drivers but no luck. Firestrike also crashes. I did flash the card thinking perhaps a new BIOS would help but no difference, all games crashed shortly after start once the load got high I am guessing. My 980ti runs great on my current system, any ideas of what could be the problem, sometimes the driver simply crashes to the desktop, other times it just freezes up my whole system and I have to do a hard reset/restart holding down the power button. I did have a similar problem with a MSI 780 I had last year which I find strange. Card does this at stock speeds and overclocked.

Thanks for any help/suggestions as to what might be the cause.

PS : I have no heat issues, my cpu is a 4690k, MSI z87-GD65 MB, 16gb ram, 850w PSU.

Thanks,

Mike



Sounds broken to me. Probably why you were able to get it used.
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Changed a few settings in my BIOS and all is good now. I did test it prior to purchase and it was working fine on the guys computer.
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Cannot change voltage using MSI Afterburner v4.2.0
http://www.overclock.net/t/1601397/why-cant-i-adjust-voltage-in-msi-afterburner
I also posted this in your other thread.
skyn3t posted this a couple years ago here, that Afterburner only has full support for MSI cards, that is why you can't use it for voltage control for your Gigabyte card.
As you mentioned, PX does work, which is what you'll have to use for voltage control, just as I did with my EVGA 780 Ti cards previously.

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Hi all,

Quick question:

Is there a way, using KeplerBios Editor to keep the clocks always at the p0 state (no downclock while idling)?

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FINALLY!

I found out how to OC without having to use any overclocking software... this is not just a vbios unlock, its making your bios all you need to run your overclock. Thanks to a thread over on Quebec Overclock, this guys delves into the nuts and bolts of how to get around GPU Boost 2.0 throttling and set up your Bios in order to get a steady 1.212v, high TDP, find and set your max stable overclock and just set it into the vbios. Here is the thread :

http://overcloqc.com/threads/2921-English-THROTTLE-YOUR-KEPLER-S-GPU-BOOST-2-0-vBios-Unlocking-Overclocking-Guide

and I attached my Gigabyte WF3 bios (based on the stock GHZ bios, which has a larger boost table) that I flashed to my WF3 model card and tested it.. without PX, AB, or GURU etc and it holding fine. They ONLY issue I see is temps - there is no real good fan curve control on the Kepler Tweaker, maybe maxwell tweaker would work for that, but you could use a software fan control to get a more aggressive curve for cooling. ALWAYS MONITOR TEMPS WHEN TESTING!! Use at your own risk. x.zip 134k .zip file

Will this work on the GHz edition? Also, when I used the skyn3t bios' you quoted, every time I increased the core voltage, it just reset back to zero. Any clue?

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Well, I finally nailed it...

Got KBoost to work. Card runs 1480/7900/1.15v gaming stable (Witcher3/COD BO3/SoM...) and benches above 1500/8000/1.18v.

It gives me a little time before upgrading.thumb.gif


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Has anyone found a good driver for win10 ?








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