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Okay, I can now for sure say my gigabyte gtx 780 windforce is overheating, I see people getting between 53-67c with custom and stock profiles, mine runs 88c with stock profiles and 79c at 85% fan speed, I also get up to 48c at idle, even my older stock evga gtx 780 runs much cooler with lower fan speeds.

What could be causing this, I really am lost here and I know some of you guys are very familiar with the ins and outs of the 780, could it be contact between the cooler and pcb?
HALP
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Originally Posted by Cribbs View Post

Okay, I can now for sure say my gigabyte gtx 780 windforce is overheating, I see people getting between 53-67c with custom and stock profiles, mine runs 88c with stock profiles and 79c at 85% fan speed, I also get up to 48c at idle, even my older stock evga gtx 780 runs much cooler with lower fan speeds.

What could be causing this, I really am lost here and I know some of you guys are very familiar with the ins and outs of the 780, could it be contact between the cooler and pcb?
HALP

You could try re-timing it and replacing whatever came from factory with something like CLU or MX-4... or you could RMA the card...
post #16423 of 24913
i have done everything,flashed the skyn3t bios,volt mod for msi AB,i can ajust the voltage to 1.3, but whe i monitor with hwinfo or aida it shows me max. 1.150,what is wrong??

When i use it without the volt mod it shows me the correct values. I have Gigabyte 780 GTX WF
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i have done everything,flashed the skyn3t bios,volt mod for msi AB,i can ajust the voltage to 1.3, but whe i monitor with hwinfo or aida it shows me max. 1.150,what is wrong??

When i use it without the volt mod it shows me the correct values. I have Gigabyte 780 GTX WF
I believe only AB monitor can see actual volt values as i had a similar problem


Guys here's a quick vid for you

Battlefield 4 MP Max settings with a GTX 780

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4Kgzf0IkXM&feature=youtu.be
 
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i have done everything,flashed the skyn3t bios,volt mod for msi AB,i can ajust the voltage to 1.3, but whe i monitor with hwinfo or aida it shows me max. 1.150,what is wrong??

When i use it without the volt mod it shows me the correct values. I have Gigabyte 780 GTX WF

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Originally Posted by Durvelle27 View Post

I believe only AB monitor can see actual volt values as i had a similar problem


Guys here's a quick vid for you

Battlefield 4 MP Max settings with a GTX 780

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4Kgzf0IkXM&feature=youtu.be


Yes, only AB can show you the correct voltage over 1,212V because reads directly over the voltage controller NCP4206 while other programs read it off the driver feed, so as the drivers are locked to 1,212V, that´s the maximum voltage they will show!

Cheers

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Yes, only AB can show you the correct voltage over 1,212V because reads directly over the voltage controller NCP4206 while other programs read it off the driver feed, so as the drivers are locked to 1,212V, that´s the maximum voltage they will show!

Cheers

Ed

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Thx!
And one more question.How can i enable back LLC?Because when i set the voltage to 1,300 it shows me 1,319 and i think that LLC is disabled,i have no llc hacks runing in background....
post #16427 of 24913
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Thx!
And one more question.How can i enable back LLC?Because when i set the voltage to 1,300 it shows me 1,319 and i think that LLC is disabled,i have no llc hacks runing in background....

If you dont have the LLC.exe inside your startup folder, just shut down your computer (not reboot) and that will force the NCP4206 logical state reset and return the LLC to default values after restart!
If you dont want to shutdown your computer or cant:

Go to Program files (x86) and locate MsiAfterburner folder and press "shift" and right click on the MsiAfterburner folder, click "open command window here"
Insert this command:

msiafterburner.exe /wi3,20,DE,10 or msiafterburner.exe /wi4,20,DE,10

This will revert LLC to default, to check if its done:

msiafterburner.exe /ri3,20,DE or msiafterburner.exe /ri4,20,DE

Must return code "10"

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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

If you dont have the LLC.exe inside your startup folder, just shut down your computer (not reboot) and that will force the NCP4206 logical state reset and return the LLC to default values after restart!
If you dont want to shutdown your computer or cant:

Go to Program files (x86) and locate MsiAfterburner folder and press "shift" and right click on the MsiAfterburner folder, click "open command window here"
Insert this command:

msiafterburner.exe /wi3,20,DE,10 or msiafterburner.exe /wi4,20,DE,10

This will revert LLC to default, to check if its done:

msiafterburner.exe /ri3,20,DE or msiafterburner.exe /ri4,20,DE

Must return code "10"

Cheers

Ed

(Skyn3t Team)

I've done it,the return code is 10,but in MSI AB is showing 1,319 not 1,300,surely that is normal?
post #16429 of 24913
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Originally Posted by zarkomortala View Post

I've done it,the return code is 10,but in MSI AB is showing 1,319 not 1,300,surely that is normal?

How is it showing? permanently like its always showing in AB monitor? or it just peaks sometimes to that value?
If it peaks its normal but otherwise its not! Does it do the same up to 1,212V?

Cheers

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whatever i change is showing 0,19 more (permanently). Now i'm on 1275mv and is showing on the right 1294mv... strange
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