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MSI lightning is probably the best but it costs the most.

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I am having trouble getting MSI Afterburner to unlock voltage control for me.
If I do the command prompt hack and enter either msiafterburner /ri4,20,99 or msiafterburner /ri3,20,99 I just get invalid frown.gif

I have a EVGA 780 Classified Hydro Copper. Using latest MSI Afterburner Beta (18)
I did have voltage control before (upto 62mv) I believe. But after a reformat of my SSD and fresh install of Windows, I no longer even have that.

Using a Skynet Classified BIOS


Edited by Deeps1987 - 3/16/14 at 4:29pm
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Im having issues playing BF4, mainly noticeable when flying. I get a blurry like all the way across my screens that is about 1/2" wide (tall). Doesnt seem to be a 'tear, but im not sure. I just updated to the newest driver but it did it on the last one as well. Settings are 'Ultra', mild OC 1.3V 1250/7000, CPU at 4.8Ghz. Rest of the specs in my sig. I am guessing it is an nvidea control panel setting?

I can link to a youtube video showing the line (I know I should have used fraps, but I just wanted to grab a quick video with my phone). thumb.gif


Edit: I turned Vert Sync to Adaptive in the control panel and it did help but I still get a blurr line.. Its more toward the top of my screens. Any thoughts?
Edited by jleslie246 - 3/16/14 at 4:56pm
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Originally Posted by Deeps1987 View Post

I am having trouble getting MSI Afterburner to unlock voltage control for me.
If I do the command prompt hack and enter either msiafterburner /ri4,20,99 or msiafterburner /ri3,20,99 I just get invalid frown.gif

I have a EVGA 780 Classified Hydro Copper. Using latest MSI Afterburner Beta (18)
I did have voltage control before (upto 62mv) I believe. But after a reformat of my SSD and fresh install of Windows, I no longer even have that.

Using a Skynet Classified BIOS



You get "invalid" because the volt mod is for the reference cards with NCP4206 voltage controller and you have the classified with the CHL8318!
Use the Classified Voltage tool: Classified_v2.0.4.3.zip 203k .zip file

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Originally Posted by jleslie246 View Post

Im having issues playing BF4, mainly noticeable when flying. I get a blurry like all the way across my screens that is about 1/2" wide (tall). Doesnt seem to be a 'tear, but im not sure. I just updated to the newest driver but it did it on the last one as well. Settings are 'Ultra', mild OC 1.3V 1250/7000, CPU at 4.8Ghz. Rest of the specs in my sig. I am guessing it is an nvidea control panel setting?

I can link to a youtube video showing the line (I know I should have used fraps, but I just wanted to grab a quick video with my phone). thumb.gif


Edit: I turned Vert Sync to Adaptive in the control panel and it did help but I still get a blurr line.. Its more toward the top of my screens. Any thoughts?

Do you get those issues with stock settings, without OC?


Cheers

Ed

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Im having issues playing BF4, mainly noticeable when flying. I get a blurry like all the way across my screens that is about 1/2" wide (tall). Doesnt seem to be a 'tear, but im not sure. I just updated to the newest driver but it did it on the last one as well. Settings are 'Ultra', mild OC 1.3V 1250/7000, CPU at 4.8Ghz. Rest of the specs in my sig. I am guessing it is an nvidea control panel setting?

I can link to a youtube video showing the line (I know I should have used fraps, but I just wanted to grab a quick video with my phone). thumb.gif


Edit: I turned Vert Sync to Adaptive in the control panel and it did help but I still get a blurr line.. Its more toward the top of my screens. Any thoughts?


Try D3D Overrider. It's worked miracles for me in several games. https://hostr.co/download/5JA4NRt/D3DOverrider%20DX11.rar
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Seems like it still boosts though. Strange.

If it is still boosting it didn't work.

you need to run #1 to disable the write lock.
If it is a bios from a different vendor you need to disable "id mismatch"

then just run #3.

BF4 already uses triple buffering by default, d3doverrider should have no effect/ill affect in that scenario.
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Hey


As I am fairly new here, I would like to ask you some questions.
I have been reading up for some time now.

I did install the latest Skyn3t bios ( rev 4 ) and the latest Nvidia driver ( 335.23 )
I am running on the first bios that came with the card. ( not the newly flashed one )

But there seems to be something wrong and I can't figure out what.
I have reinstalled the driver several times and before install I have run DDU

After my card has been in action, say game or what ever, it seems to be stuck at 50% power and slowly decrease to about 9%.
Sometimes it doesn't even go down to 9%. It just stays at 50% power while it aint doing ssss.

It looks like it isn't throttling back to the "zero" point.

Is it something I did wrong, the driver perhaps. Or just something else ?

5erveD

Ps. Validation link

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/vxamn/

I would stay away from those drivers and use 332.21 or 334.89. 335.23 almost blew up my card. For some reason something about those drivers (or their interaction with something else on my system) would cause my voltage to set itself to the maximum setting (1.5v). There's another thread where the 335 drivers are causing GTX 780 voltages to go haywire, and the theory is that GPU-Z is doing it, or that running multiple monitors (for instance Precision X with GPU-Z) is causing the cards to increase the voltage.

I rolled my drivers back to 332.21 and have not had any more voltage problems, even with running GPU-Z, HWInfo, and Precision X all at once.

The voltage problems are happening on stock BIOSes.
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I would stay away from those drivers and use 332.21 or 334.89. 335.23 almost blew up my card. For some reason something about those drivers (or their interaction with something else on my system) would cause my voltage to set itself to the maximum setting (1.5v). There's another thread where the 335 drivers are causing GTX 780 voltages to go haywire, and the theory is that GPU-Z is doing it, or that running multiple monitors (for instance Precision X with GPU-Z) is causing the cards to increase the voltage.

I rolled my drivers back to 332.21 and have not had any more voltage problems, even with running GPU-Z, HWInfo, and Precision X all at once.

The voltage problems are happening on stock BIOSes.

Cheers

I have installed the 332.21 driver again after running the driver uninstaller.
I even removed some of the monitors ( Precison X... )

The funny thing is, even running on the Skyn3t bios it was doing the power thing. Still "only 30%". But it was still present.
Only after uninstalling the driver and some of the monitor programmes, it was gone.

I am strongly thinking on running a fresh install of windows.
Somewhere, somehow, something f##ked up. ( most likely me )

reseating my card also past my mind.

Untill now it is gone, but who knows for how long !
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If it is still boosting it didn't work.

you need to run #1 to disable the write lock.
If it is a bios from a different vendor you need to disable "id mismatch"

then just run #3.

BF4 already uses triple buffering by default, d3doverrider should have no effect/ill affect in that scenario.

I went back and ran it again, doing 1, then 3. Precision X still saying its boosting. Not sure whats going on here.

Also, my PC randomly shut down and restarted last night while playing Planetside 2. Was during an intense fight in a Lightning. A TR was in my face so I unloaded all my shells and allt he explosions that occurred on my screen seemed to have been too much and made my PC restart. Not sure why, though.
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I went back and ran it again, doing 1, then 3. Precision X still saying its boosting. Not sure whats going on here.

Also, my PC randomly shut down and restarted last night while playing Planetside 2. Was during an intense fight in a Lightning. A TR was in my face so I unloaded all my shells and allt he explosions that occurred on my screen seemed to have been too much and made my PC restart. Not sure why, though.

Try doing steps 1,2, and 3. As far as the PC restarting...it sounds like your card wasn't getting enough juice. What clocks are you at? Your PSU seems more than sufficient, just try bumping up the voltage a bit more. I had to get a new PSU a week after I bought the card..it couldn't keep up. It would get extremely hot during gaming and eventually my comp would just shut down.
Edited by gatesmarch - 3/17/14 at 7:42am
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