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Originally Posted by caenlen View Post

does anyone have the original bios for the msi gtx 780 gaming edition twin frozr?

i want to flash back and i lost my original cause of a reformat about a month ago

edit to my original: here is the link to the specific card: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127746

attn kiario: i think you flashed with the wrong bios - you are supposed to use the one that has the word "gaming" in it, if it matches the one i linked above.

├───780 MSI Gaming
780MSIGaming.zip 67k .zip file
[*] MSI Gaming
[*] Version 80.10.3A.00.0E

├───780 MSI TwinFrozr OC
780MSITwinFrozrOC.zip 67k .zip file
[*] MSI TwinFrozr OC
[*] Version 80.10.3A.00.26

├───780 MSI TwinFrozr III
780MSITwinFrozrIII.zip 67k .zip file
[*] MSI TwinFrozr III
[*] Version 80.10.3A.004D

you want the one that says gaming i think, thats the one i used with the card linked above
    
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OK, but I have the 80.80 bios. And skyn3t 4 is for that one?

Ok tried the gaming, but i get wrong ID warning i try to use it.
Edited by kiario - 3/2/14 at 1:41pm
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Does anybody here game at or around 1.4v (under water, of course)?

I am very stable at 1346 Mhz @ 1.325v, but experimenting at something like 1400 @ 1.4v. I don't care much about benchmarks so gaming would be my target. Temps don't do over 50C at 1.4v
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Those fans have a PWM controller right? And are connected to the motherboard or the card?
Yes, they are PWM fans, and they are connected to the 4-pin PWM header on the graphics card.

They are wired correctly and operate as expected when connected to a graphics card that doesn't care about low-RPM.

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Another thing is some features are particular to any bios, specially the ACX bios or any dual or triple fan cards; the size, airflow and fan voltage is encrypted differently than in a single fan card, that's why so many people are having hard times with aftermarket cooler with different types of fans like you do!
So which BIOS should I attempt to use? Is there one that's known to play nicely with low-RPM fans and aftermarket heatsinks?

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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

To find that particular string code in the bios is like finding a needle in a hay stack, sometimes we have to stumble on it to find it! No luck until now... redface.gif
I was afraid of that... if you do figure it out, you'll make a lot of people with Accelero heatsinks very, very happy smile.gif
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All right!!!! I am soon to be back in the club! I decided I just couldnt live with no warranty on those 780hof cards so I am returning them and Amazon came to their senses and honored the earlier price on the 780ti classifieds and gave me 20% off also, so at that bargain I decided to get two!
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does anyone have the original bios for this:


├───780 MSI Gaming
780MSIGaming.zip 67k .zip file
[*] MSI Gaming
[*] Version 80.10.3A.00.0E

need it lol...
    
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is the EVGA GeForce GTX780 SuperClocked the one to get? Looking to get a 780
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Originally Posted by eXXon View Post

Wow, since I'm not a coder, I really didn't think how much work you guys have to do on all these modified Bios's until I read your post.

Even something as simple as stock cooler vs 3d-party coolers, it looks like it's a tremendous effort.

You (& Skyn3t and all other members involved) have earned my respect long time ago, but now after getting a glimpse of the amount of time you guys spent on us & this community, that respect just got quadrupled.

Seriously Thank you for all the hard work.

Thank you for your words! thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by Leopard2lx View Post

Does anybody here game at or around 1.4v (under water, of course)?

I am very stable at 1346 Mhz @ 1.325v, but experimenting at something like 1400 @ 1.4v. I don't care much about benchmarks so gaming would be my target. Temps don't do over 50C at 1.4v

I only bench (test) at those clocks (1400+) the temp is good but do you have the thermal pads on the memory inductors too? they do get hot and with that amperage flowing its better be safe than sorry, remember you can only guess whats the real VRM´s temps! thumb.gif
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Yes, they are PWM fans, and they are connected to the 4-pin PWM header on the graphics card.

They are wired correctly and operate as expected when connected to a graphics card that doesn't care about low-RPM.
So which BIOS should I attempt to use? Is there one that's known to play nicely with low-RPM fans and aftermarket heatsinks?
I was afraid of that... if you do figure it out, you'll make a lot of people with Accelero heatsinks very, very happy smile.gif

Why dont you connect the fans to the motherboard and control them from the bios? your motherboard is gigabyte, doesnt it have a fans controlling program like asus have?
Or did you try it already?
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does anyone have the original bios for this:


├───780 MSI Gaming
780MSIGaming.zip 67k .zip file
[*] MSI Gaming
[*] Version 80.10.3A.00.0E

need it lol...

Here you go! thumb.gif

http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/143369/MSI.GTX780.3072.130627_1.rom


Cheers all

Ed

(Team skyn3t)
Edited by OccamRazor - 3/2/14 at 6:03pm
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Nice, I just gave my NB a little bump, and increased my heaven score by 100 pts.

This is Using a Asus DCUii oc, @ stock. It OC's it'self to 1019 (my old one 1045 =/).

Anyway, I'm amazed how much of a bump I got by simply knocking my NB up a notch.



I haven't really stability tested since increasing the NB, but still. I'm going to have to get thing worked out, because that's a crazy increase over what I was pulling.
     
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Thank you for your words! thumb.gif
I only bench (test) at those clocks (1400+) the temp is good but do you have the thermal pads on the memory inductors too? they do get hot and with that amperage flowing its better be safe than sorry, remember you can only guess whats the real VRM´s temps! thumb.gif

Cheers all

Ed

(Team skyn3t)

Hi Ed, here is a pic of where I have thermal pads (bright red highlights). Also note, that all these modules have thermal paste on them too under the pads (so it goes modules -> thermal paste -> thermal pads -> waterblock).



P.S. Rock solid stable in benchmarks and Crysis 3 after extended stress with 1411 Mhz @ 1.41v (LLC included) biggrin.gif I will be adding another 360mm triple radiator soon anyway.
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