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post #24741 of 24922
Voltage will always drop under LOAD. That's normal. If you can't can't sustain the clock, go higher on the V.

LLC doesn't seem to work with the card. But you can do that via the hardmod IIRC.
post #24742 of 24922
I finally took the plunge of flashing the Skyn3t BIOS for my MSI Twin Frozr edition, as the chip was clearly being held back by the power and voltage limitations. Increased my stable overclock from ~1163MHz (which dropped further under max load as it bumped against the power limit) to a rock solid 1241MHz with no problems. Going to try and push it a little further, but it's a nice gain anyway.

Did nothing for the crappy Elpida memory though, sadly. It will do 6200MHz and that's it. Anything above that results in a disastrous loss of performance, presumably through error checking kicking in.
post #24743 of 24922
Hi. I am new here and i want to buy an Inno3d ichill 780 with 6gb memory. Can someone tell me which voltage controller is installed at this card? Could find only one review. I want to be sure that it is possible to unlock to 1.3 volt. Before i will buy it
Thanks
Edited by arabair - 6/23/16 at 9:08pm
post #24744 of 24922
How can I undo the 1.3v voltmod? Already flashed original bios and uninstalled msi afterburner. Gpu-z still shows card is sucking 1.298v even at idle? Windows reinstall or something easier?

edit. looks like complete shutdown did the trick and everything looks like vanilla again...
Edited by Kuunmies - 6/25/16 at 10:21am
post #24745 of 24922
So why is my Graphics score so low ?
Cores running at 1254MHz and 1267MHz
Mem clock at +200MHz on both.
One of the cards could run at 1293MHz, but don't think it'd make any difference in SLI.
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8994604
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12753585
post #24746 of 24922
It does. For better results, get them synched, Esp, Memory clocks.

Means, if needed, modify or use the same bios on both cards.
post #24747 of 24922
Quote:
Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

It does. For better results, get them synched, Esp, Memory clocks.

Means, if needed, modify or use the same bios on both cards.

But still even at those clocks my score is pretty low!
Do you think a new bios would bring up my score using the same setting as this one ?
post #24748 of 24922
Quote:
Originally Posted by Romin View Post

But still even at those clocks my score is pretty low!
Do you think a new bios would bring up my score using the same setting as this one ?

There many things that can affect your scores.

But I can just say that you are pretty much there.
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/4231803

Just look at the graphics scores.
post #24749 of 24922
Assuming that's at 1314MHz, I'm pretty sure I'm not even close, that's like 4K difference in graphics score !
post #24750 of 24922
Hi. I am new here and i want to buy an Inno3d ichill 780 with 6gb memory. Can someone tell me which voltage controller is installed at this card? Could find only one review. I want to be sure that it is possible to unlock to 1.3 volt. Before i will buy it
Thanks
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