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Custom bios or anything? Try switching back to stock BIOS if so.

Just to be safe try a different DVI cable and port.

I'm actually having issues with a second 780 in SLi at the moment, it's artifcating in SLi ever since 382.53, had a blank screen upon installation, then did a fresh install and got it to work but switching to and from SLi loses DVI signal. Then did a fresh install of windows thought it was fine, now having the same issue. Actually wondering if it's a faulty SLi bridge at this point. Just doesn't make sense.

I had that issue with my second 780. Evga said it was bad. Sent me a replacement and it died also. No more warranty. Down to my last 780 now. Yes it is custom bios. I can't reset it due to I can't see it (black screen). Can I sli it with a 660ti just to clear bios?
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I'm actually wondering if it's my SLi bridge honestly. I just can't see that card just failing out of nowhere.

I would think you could SLi it with a 660ti just to run NVflash and clear or reflash the bios.
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Originally Posted by Blackops_2 View Post

I'm actually wondering if it's my SLi bridge honestly. I just can't see that card just failing out of nowhere.

I would think you could SLi it with a 660ti just to run NVflash and clear or reflash the bios.

I put the card into my daughter's system and it works fine. Im going to go ahead and flash it back to stock while I have it running. I dont know whats up with the Ryzen system. Ive never had this much trouble building a system before.

UPDATE: Flashing bios in another pc worked. Ryzen system is rising! thumb.gif
Edited by jleslie246 - 6/23/17 at 8:01pm
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I've had the Gigabyte 780 Ghz edition for over 3 years, and it's always had a problem with the display driver crashing in some games. (Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered.) I still don't know what causes it. Some people have mentioned it's because of the change in voltage due to boost and changing power states, or just unstable OC. I have never increased it from its factory overclock.

I have to lower the core clock in Afterburner by around -15 to -40 to keep it from crashing. As shown in the image here, left side is stock and right side is with a -15 core clock offset. The spikes in voltage limit are when it crashed.




I was wondering if flashing the skyn3t custom BIOS rev 4 would resolve the issue, so I wouldn't have to downclock anymore? Or is there something else I can do to fix it? Too late to RMA. I've never flashed a custom BIOS before, and I run on stock air cooling - Would it be safe to flash? I just want it to at least run at its factory overclock without crashing.
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Gigabyte GTX780 Ghz Edition B1 Version 80.80.31.00.0E working well for my GTX 780 reference card. My card had a 80.80.31.xx.xx BIOS so I took a chance.
Edited by deadsmiley - 9/10/17 at 11:37am
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Good night , I have a question about a bios of the forum:
the bios "skyn3t-37-Ref-OC
Nvidia GTX 780 OC reference
Version 80.10.37.00.80"

I have reference model 80.10.36.00.01, can I use this 80.10.37.00.80 without problems?
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I recently acquired a Asus GTX780 DCII OC,

having it running on water with the default bios (see sig)

Current clocks are 1293/3580 which are stable

So i decided to flash the skynet bios for my card.

But for some reason the same clocks I was running before are no longer stable!

Even if I drop the voltage to be the same as before the flash i have alot of screen corruption then the PC will hard lock.

Need to do a hard reset.

I thought the BIOS would improve my results not make them worse

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Hey GTX 780 owners,

We are having our monthly Foldathon from Monday 16th - Wednesday 18th - 12noon EST.
Would you consider putting all that awesome GPU power to a good cause for those 2 days? If so, come sign up and fold with us - see attached link.


October 2017 Foldathon

 

 

To get started:

1.Get a passkey (allows for speed bonus) - need a valid email address
http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/getpasskey.py


2.Download the folding program:
http://folding.stanford.edu/


Enter your folding name (mine is the same as my OCN name)
Enter your passkey
Enter Team OCN number - 37726


later
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Originally Posted by mongoled View Post

I recently acquired a Asus GTX780 DCII OC,

having it running on water with the default bios (see sig)

Current clocks are 1293/3580 which are stable

So i decided to flash the skynet bios for my card.

But for some reason the same clocks I was running before are no longer stable!

Even if I drop the voltage to be the same as before the flash i have alot of screen corruption then the PC will hard lock.

Need to do a hard reset.

I thought the BIOS would improve my results not make them worse

wubsmiley.gif

What voltage are you running at 1293? My HOF would keep stable at 1293/1306 (depending on the game) at 1.2V without going over 65C.
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What voltage are you running at 1293? My HOF would keep stable at 1293/1306 (depending on the game) at 1.2V without going over 65C.
Hi!

I figured it out, after more reading I understood that the official modified bios for our boards is terrible but the HOF one is good!

After flashing the HOF bios I could hold the clocks you have posted at 1.2v.

Currently running 1332/3522 @ 1.3v water cooled (in sig)

Although the memory is game stable at above 3580 mhz it would not pass realbench (didnt try with higher ocp of 140%)

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