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Flashing is your best bet to get a bit better performance, LLC hack and the volt mod is for reference cards as they have NCP4206 and your card has the ASP1212 voltage controller!

Thought I should report back.
Finally (!!) got around to flash the rev 4 BIOS to my DC2OC and the rev 3a BIOS to my WF3. All went smooth...which I honestly wasn´t expecting. Didn´t even have to reinstall the driver.


Looks like my DC2OC card is a pretty decent overclocker. Got it bench- and gamestable @ 1.212V and ~1220MHz on the core. Havn´t touched the memory yet.
I was even getting it benchstable at 1300MHz but Battlefield 4 didn´t like that. lol
Was blackscreening and freezing after not even 10 minutes of playing.

However, my WF3 seems to be a really bad overclocker. A non-clocker so to speak. As a matter of fact this card is kinda strange.
With the stock BIOS at stock settings, it would boost to around 1050-1070 MHz.
But with the 3a BIOS and voltage set to 1.212V it wouldn´t even make it to 1090MHz BF4-stable. I mean, I was able to get it benchstable at around 1150MHz but again...BF4 didn´t like that at all.


One more question about this:
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Try to get them at the same OC clocks as you are running SLI! thumb.gif
When I get my waterblocks I could try to apply the voltage hack to just the WF3 card and try to push it further, right?
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Yap! smile.gif

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Thought I should report back.
Finally (!!) got around to flash the rev 4 BIOS to my DC2OC and the rev 3a BIOS to my WF3. All went smooth...which I honestly wasn´t expecting. Didn´t even have to reinstall the driver.


Looks like my DC2OC card is a pretty decent overclocker. Got it bench- and gamestable @ 1.212V and ~1220MHz on the core. Havn´t touched the memory yet.
I was even getting it benchstable at 1300MHz but Battlefield 4 didn´t like that. lol
Was blackscreening and freezing after not even 10 minutes of playing.

However, my WF3 seems to be a really bad overclocker. A non-clocker so to speak. As a matter of fact this card is kinda strange.
With the stock BIOS at stock settings, it would boost to around 1050-1070 MHz.
But with the 3a BIOS and voltage set to 1.212V it wouldn´t even make it to 1090MHz BF4-stable. I mean, I was able to get it benchstable at around 1150MHz but again...BF4 didn´t like that at all.


One more question about this:
When I get my waterblocks I could try to apply the voltage hack to just the WF3 card and try to push it further, right?

Yes you can, so you can match the other cards speed! wink.gif


Cheers

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Is it absolutely necessary to have them run at the same speed?
I mean I do realize that this is the sweet spot but wouldn´t I get the best results when pushing both to their limits regardless if it´s the same limit?
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The chip uses more current for each voltage compared to a high voltage chip; so it uses the same amount of power as a card with high stock voltages. ASIC only matters if you have a locked voltage controller.
post #18646 of 24915
Hi guys !

I've 2 eVga GTX 780 Classy in SLI.

My score on 3DMark is around 50000 with a 4770K (both @Stock)

Think it's fair ?

My question is : I'll water-cooled them, I've seen in the package a yellow notice, and a stickers to avoid short circuit if I'm planned to use third cooling system.

Should I use it when I'm gonna put the Water block on them ? or it's useless ?

Thank you !
   
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Is the zotac 780ti oc edition able to be flashed with a modded bios?
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Sure! thumb.gif

What card do you have? reference or ACX?

You have EZ3flash in my SIG to easily flash your card and my flashing guide too!
Also: OCCAMRAZOR VOLTMOD / LLC GUIDE
to get rid of the offset values in AB and control directly the voltage up to 1.300V! Dont go over 1,212V with air cooling!
Then my OC guide: OCCAMRAZOR ADVANCED GK110 OC GUIDE

In any doubt post here or PM me! thumb.gif


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Hi guys !

I've 2 eVga GTX 780 Classy in SLI.

My score on 3DMark is around 50000 with a 4770K (both @Stock)

Think it's fair ?

My question is : I'll water-cooled them, I've seen in the package a yellow notice, and a stickers to avoid short circuit if I'm planned to use third cooling system.

Should I use it when I'm gonna put the Water block on them ? or it's useless ?

Thank you !

What do you mean: "stickers to avoid short circuit if I'm planned to use third cooling system" and "Should I use it when I'm gonna put the Water block on them ?"

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Originally Posted by xxslay3rxx View Post

Is the zotac 780ti oc edition able to be flashed with a modded bios?


The only bios we have modded for Zotac is this:

GTX 780Ti Zotac
80.80.30.00.01

skyn3t-Ti-vBios-Zotac


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What bios would i use for a EVGA SCX SC 780 GTX
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