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Hi folks.
Is there a version of skyn3t's 1006 MHz rev.2 BIOS for a regular GTX Titan with modified fan profile for EVGA's ACX cooler?
Because I've ordered one and I think that there is some kinda difference RPM wise between reference blower and ACX.

Any idea?
Edited by Groove2013 - 4/13/14 at 4:17pm
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Hi folks.
Is there a version of skyn3t's 1006 MHz rev.2 BIOS for a regular GTX Titan with modified fan profile for EVGA's ACX cooler?
Because I've ordered one and I think that there is some kinda difference RPM wise between reference blower and ACX.

Any idea?

There is indeed a rpm limit difference. ACX has a lower limit. The highest rpm limit is 5200@100% and that's on the Nvidia engineering BIOS for reference cards. Standard reference BIOS is 4200rpm@100%. ACX is 3800@100% IIRC.
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There is indeed a rpm limit difference. ACX has a lower limit. The highest rpm limit is 5200@100% and that's on the Nvidia engineering BIOS for reference cards. Standard reference BIOS is 4200rpm@100%. ACX is 3800@100% IIRC.
Thx

So if I uderstand this correctly, it is not recommended to use EVGA's ACX cooler with skyn3t's BIOS?

Should I go for an other BIOS?
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Thx

So if I uderstand this correctly, it is not recommended to use EVGA's ACX cooler with skyn3t's BIOS?

Should I go for an other BIOS?

Skyn3t's BIOS for the ACX cards is modified version of the standard ACX BIOS, and is subject to the same fan rpm limitations. Whether you might get more fan rpm safely with a different BIOS, I don't know, I don't use ACX cards because I don't like hot air from the GPU venting inside the case.
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Skyn3t's BIOS for the ACX cards is modified version of the standard ACX BIOS, and is subject to the same fan rpm limitations. Whether you might get more fan rpm safely with a different BIOS, I don't know, I don't use ACX cards because I don't like hot air from the GPU venting inside the case.
The problem is that the only BIOS from skyn3t is based on ASUS latest BIOS for blower style reference coolers regarding RPMs.
I didn't find any ACX specific BIOS from skyn3t sadsmiley.gif
Edited by Groove2013 - 4/13/14 at 5:20pm
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How far can you push GTX 780 using ASUS DCIIOC cooling or similar? Can you reach GTX 780 Ti levels with BIOS Modding and editing, as well as, AfterBurner voltrage hacks, etc? I just wonder if non-TIs are excellent overclockers. Are there any specific ones? I am looking at $500 range, so ASUS DCII, EVGA< Gigabyte, PNY are all choices, but the ASUS seems to have much better cooling at no extra cost.
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How far can you push GTX 780 using ASUS DCIIOC cooling or similar? Can you reach GTX 780 Ti levels with BIOS Modding and editing, as well as, AfterBurner voltrage hacks, etc? I just wonder if non-TIs are excellent overclockers. Are there any specific ones? I am looking at $500 range, so ASUS DCII, EVGA< Gigabyte, PNY are all choices, but the ASUS seems to have much better cooling at no extra cost.
You're posting in wrong thread just in case you didn't notice. Here you are in GTX Titan thread.

Here is the right tread to post in. smile.gif
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