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will those tools work with evga precision x? i just prefer using it because it works well.

No, ATM it will only work with AB, but it will probably work with PX 15 when it comes out! For now you can use AB BUT with the new version 4.0.0 beta 9 you can use PX skin, so you will have everything you need! wink.gif
http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/msi-afterburner-beta-download.html


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hey guys,
i got a zotac gtx 780 oc with B1 stepping and flashed my card with the bios, but instead of having the ability to push vcore to 1.21 it was below the level i could adjust with the stock bios. Can somebody plz edit the bios?

ZOTAC OC
[*] skyn3tZOTAC780OC.zip 131k .zip file
[*] Version 80.80.21.00.48

thanks!
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thanks Occamrazor, installed afterburner and used the mod. sitting at 1267/1683mhz now at 1.239v. max temps are around 80 degrees which isn't too bad.
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hey guys,
i got a zotac gtx 780 oc with B1 stepping and flashed my card with the bios, but instead of having the ability to push vcore to 1.21 it was below the level i could adjust with the stock bios. Can somebody plz edit the bios?

ZOTAC OC
[*] skyn3tZOTAC780OC.zip 131k .zip file
[*] Version 80.80.21.00.48
thanks!


Let me see if i got it straight: You flashed our voltage unlocked bios to 1,212V and now you are saying it is lower than stock? tongue.gif
Did you reboot after flash? re-install drivers? reset OC tools?
Sometimes after flash you have to reset drivers and OC tools because voltage and clocks get " stuck" after flash. its because the system recognizes the newly flashed card as a different card! thumb.gif
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thanks Occamrazor, installed afterburner and used the mod. sitting at 1267/1683mhz now at 1.239v. max temps are around 80 degrees which isn't too bad.

Good! But remember temperature wise its the lower the better!, increase fan speed! Usually core temp at 70C, your VRM's ( Voltage Regulator Modules) are at 85/90C, as some components operating temperatures are 85C MAX!) thumb.gif


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that is a great score, is there anyway you can improve it? have you tried valley tweaks for a better score?

whats your mem overclocks? im sure you can get over 6.1k

Did some more tweaking.. I'm extremely happy with this setup, thanks again OC for your work on my BIOS!


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Core Voltage can be set to +100 but comes down to 1.100 Volts in total. Core Clock as Default very low too. :/
Power Limit is adjustable to 200%, so the flash seems to be successful, but core voltage and boost clocks are weird.

Using MSI Afterburner 3.0.1.2390
Edited by Lissandro - 8/30/14 at 2:55pm
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Sometimes I drop below 60 fps on crysis 1, 1080p with all settings max. Does other gtx 780 users experience this? On metro I can easily get +120fps most of the time, but there are also a few scenes where I will drop below 60 fps ( like around 50ish fps ), this is also 1080p, everything max, with ssao and advanced physx turned off. Is this normal, do we need 780 sli to basically always be above 60 fps in these games?

I have 4770k with 16gb ram, so that shouldn't be issue. I went to NCP and turned power managed from adaptive to performance; MSI afterburner wouldn't slow things down right?
Edited by abombthecoder - 8/30/14 at 4:05pm
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oh yeah, crysis gave me fits at times. it would crash and get all flonky on me until:



warhead runs much better.
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I have two Pny 780s one uses .025 mv more at idle for the same clock speed of 324 mhz. And under load uses 1.161 mv for clock speed of 993 mhz. And the other is at 1.161 mv clock speed 1032mhz. This is stock settings as is when I got them. My question is, is it just the one with lower speeds has more leakage to achive the same at idle and slower at load.
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I have two Pny 780s one uses .025 mv more at idle for the same clock speed of 324 mhz. And under load uses 1.161 mv for clock speed of 993 mhz. And the other is at 1.161 mv clock speed 1032mhz. This is stock settings as is when I got them. My question is, is it just the one with lower speeds has more leakage to achive the same at idle and slower at load.

That's how my 780s are. What are the ASIC on each of them? But I'm pretty sure you are right in your assumption in the leakage.
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