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Originally Posted by pez View Post

Quick update;

Tweaking the percentages and reverting drivers to 332.xx didn't help. BF4 took longer to crash, but still happened to crash the same way, and Borderlands 2 is locking up/crashing with PhysX on high. Older drivers seem to give noticeably less performance as well. Going to try the +38 mV boost, now. I really hope I don't have to RMA this thing :/.

Disable LLC and use the latest drivers.

Maybe your card has an ASIC that is on the border between two different voltage tables and it was assigned one that was too low. I think factory overclocked cards are more likely to run into these insufficient voltage issues. What's the ASIC of your card?

If you disable LLC and still have the issue, then voltage has nothing to do with it.

I've found that the vast majority of (well developed) game crashes were because of too low of voltage. Your system doesn't have to bsod to mean the voltage is too low... sometimes the driver and program (GPU) will crash or the program will crash by itself (CPU).

Another thing you could do is manually set the fan speed to high. When the GPU crashes, it reverts the fan speed back to automatic and you can hear the fan speed decrease. I also usually keep firefox open and it's navigation toolbar will look weird after the video driver has crashed.

Also, do you have vysnc on? It may be that with medium settings your gpu isn't being pushed hard because it can easily reach 60 fps, but when you increase the settings you stress it more and its instability becomes apparent.
Edited by crazysoccerman - 3/7/14 at 9:28pm
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Go to the OP here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1393791/official-nvidia-gtx-780-owners-club/0_100 and fill the form! thumb.gif
Guess its time to reinstall the OS, it will probably fix it! smile.gif
http://www.coolingconfigurator.com/

In the search box write: EVGA GTX 780 and choose your card!

For the rest of the stuff search the site, its easy to navigate: http://www.ekwb.com/



Cheers all

Ed

(Team skyn3t)

Yeah frown.gif. Seems to be so :/.
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Is it crashing running stock speeds or do you have it overclocked?

Just the factory OC. About to try GTX 780 'stock/OEM clocks to see'. If that doesn't do it, I'm gonna use my weekend off to reinstall my OS.
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Disable LLC and use the latest drivers.

Maybe your card has an ASIC that is on the border between two different voltage tables and it was assigned one that was too low. I think factory overclocked cards are more likely to run into these insufficient voltage issues. What's the ASIC of your card?

If you disable LLC and still have the issue, then voltage has nothing to do with it.

I've found that the vast majority of (well developed) game crashes were because of too low of voltage. Your system doesn't have to bsod to mean the voltage is too low... sometimes the driver and program (GPU) will crash or the program will crash by itself (CPU).

Another thing you could do is manually set the fan speed to high. When the GPU crashes, it reverts the fan speed back to automatic and you can hear the fan speed decrease. I also usually keep firefox open and it's navigation toolbar will look weird after the video driver has crashed.

Also, do you have vysnc on? It may be that with medium settings your gpu isn't being pushed hard because it can easily reach 60 fps, but when you increase the settings you stress it more and its instability becomes apparent.

LLC? Not sure I'm familiar with that? I looked it up online and it seems to be an Intel thing?

And I don't have VSYNC on, though I guess I could try.
 
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Yeah frown.gif. Seems to be so :/.
Just the factory OC. About to try GTX 780 'stock/OEM clocks to see'. If that doesn't do it, I'm gonna use my weekend off to reinstall my OS.
LLC? Not sure I'm familiar with that? I looked it up online and it seems to be an Intel thing?

And I don't have VSYNC on, though I guess I could try.
Yea bro I would contact EVGA and see what they suggest. Did u upgrade you card to the 780 or is this a new build?
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Yeah frown.gif. Seems to be so :/.
Just the factory OC. About to try GTX 780 'stock/OEM clocks to see'. If that doesn't do it, I'm gonna use my weekend off to reinstall my OS.
LLC? Not sure I'm familiar with that? I looked it up online and it seems to be an Intel thing?

And I don't have VSYNC on, though I guess I could try.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1425102/updated-ab-b18-team-skyn3ts-unlocked-ncp4206-voltage-llc-mod-tool
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I never really paid attention to 780 OCing/voltage, but is 1.212V safe for 24/7 use?
    
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Is there a size difference between the 780 SC and 780 Classified? I keep reading that people are saying to make sure you have space for the Classified. I have plenty of space for my SC, but when I return my SC for the Classy today.. want to make sure they aren't different.
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Is there a size difference between the 780 SC and 780 Classified? I keep reading that people are saying to make sure you have space for the Classified. I have plenty of space for my SC, but when I return my SC for the Classy today.. want to make sure they aren't different.

They are, the Classy is wider. It overhangs the case slot a bit further. What case do you have? I can't imagine you having an issue.
    
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I have the Thermaltake VL8000 Black

https://www.thermaltakeusa.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00001579
Edited by Zubei - 3/8/14 at 6:15am
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Yea bro I would contact EVGA and see what they suggest. Did u upgrade you card to the 780 or is this a new build?

Upgraded from an AMD HD 7870 MYST (Powercolor PCS+).

Since my SSD is an OS/Main programs drive, I'm gonna give it a nice clean reinstall today. I got lucky and got the weekend off, so this is going to be the best time for me to do this tongue.gif.

Yeah, I may try that later; but I would just like the card to function normally the way I bought it :/. I'm sure some of you may be ok overvolting from the getgo, but it's nice to know something you spend $500+ on works like it should.
 
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I have the Thermaltake VL8000 Black

https://www.thermaltakeusa.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00001579

Don't see why you would have any issues.
    
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