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5 BSODs (Due to nvlddmkm) and 3 hard locks (All at stock clocks). I love nVidia Drivers, less stable than beta AMD drivers lmao. Think it might be time to try the 314.22.
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ok so my oc settings work fine in game, valley and 3d mark. but when it comes to heaven, i can't even make it 2 minutes in without crashing.

That's what I noticed on my rig as well. ALL benchmarks except Heaven 2.5 will run no problems @ 1176 core, but Heaven will crash sometimes (almost always at the same spot too). I use it now to test for stability.

Note that even though I found a stable OC in Heaven 2.5, FC3 crashed the drivers once at that setting (Heaven 2.5 wound not crash). So I lowered it one bin again & it's stable again.

Then I tried some mods(big ones I must admit, NPC replacers/new races/etc) in Oblivion (yes oblivion, a very weird game since sometimes will will ruin at 45-50fps for no good reason). It then crashed my drivers when it bugged (it often does bug). Usually when Oblivion bugs, it'll just stop working and CTD, but one time it actually crashed the card... so to be on the safe side I lower one bin *again* to be on the safe side.

So far so good although I'm down to 1097Mhz for core for gaming -- still decent for me as the card *never exceeds 65c, even after 2 hours in FC3), & runs at 50c in games like Borderlands2, Skyrim. Heck, 42c in Oblivion lol. And considering I'm using stock BIOS at 1.1620v & that my card is ASIC 62.3%. I'm leaning to live with it. Oh, mem runs at +400 stable in games (+650 in benchs -- even Heaven 2.5)

I haven't tried the OC BIOS yet since I was told they don't throttle down -- although I don't know if that applies to games that don't need a lot of juice like Borderlands2, Oblivion, + other less requiring games.

TL;DR : I'm experiencing the same issue. ALL Benchmarks run stable at a certain OC, and often Heaven will crash at those same settings. I use it now to do a preliminary test on my OC for stability.
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post #3513 of 24852
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My best run on valley. My graphics card is running at 1207/3500 @ 105% power target. I'll try to squeeze more out of it but I think I have hit the wall, unfortunately. I'm still running 320.18 drivers too.

Voltage 1.2125
Modded Bios
ASIC Quality : 61.4% --- frown.gif



Just installed the modded BIOS & the max I could get with Valley not crashing was 1202core, +500mem, score 72.3fps. Not bad considering the ASIC we have. IMHO

That's a pretty decent Vally score if you ask me.. I can't go over 70.4 so far (stock BIOS +38mV = 1.20v). (Max core:1176) Core 1189 will sometimes run, but 50/50 will crash Valley.

Can you tell me if your card throttles down on games like Borderlands2 or older games? I'm hesitating to flash it until some can confirm that it will throttle when the juice isn't required for low demanding games (like the stock BIOS does).

I'm 62.3% ASIC here. Got lucky with my memory though as I was able to reach +650 Mem on benchmarks solid.

BTW, what temps are you getting in that valley bench? also, did you take the BIOS found on page 1 of this thread? Planning on using that one for my card as well (same as yours).
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BUMP
Hopefully someone can chime in.

Have you tried contacting the author to find out if it's a known issue? If you have the one from techinferno, just register & post the request (you won't be able to download anything until you have 5 posts, but at least you can ask him/her).

gluck. I'm curious about this as well since I want to try a modded BIOS just to see if I can get up there to at least 1202 stable in bench/games -- Once I know it's stable I can lower to whatever will feel confortable.

BTW, I just installed the modded BIOS and GPUz v 0.7.1 wasn't reading a lot of stuff from it correctly.

the New GPUz 0.7.2 now read it correctly. The first TAB & all Sensors read correctly now. So 901core +301 = 1202Mhz core (see image)


Edited by Melk - 6/21/13 at 9:15am
    
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post #3515 of 24852
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5 BSODs (Due to nvlddmkm) and 3 hard locks (All at stock clocks). I love nVidia Drivers, less stable than beta AMD drivers lmao. Think it might be time to try the 314.22.
320.11 are on the disk that came with you GTX 780, have you tried those.?
post #3516 of 24852
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confused.gif just ran 3Dmark11 and I pulled up to 1650w at the Kill-A-Watt!!! Wow, didn't expect this. My idle is ~200w but the gpu test were running ~1400-1500w.

Factor in 85% efficiency for the conversion: ~1400w peak, ~1190-1275w. Really pushing my psu if I'm honest. Not sure if the Kill-A-Watt is doing its job right thinking.gif. Remember pulling 1800w on the quad 480s w/ x79 biggrin.gif



Anyone else have a power measuring tool to compare? Thanks smile.gif

Btw, running stock on the gpu(s) and 4.8 on the cpu.

That is very well possible. Though, you seem to be a little high. Furmark and 3Dmark First Strike pulls about 1200W at the wall and at 90% efficiency that's 1080W used. My numbers are fairly in line with theoreticals. 265*3 for GPU and 300W for CPU.


EDIT: You've only got a OCZ ZX 1250w right? How can you be doing 1650W at the wall....As you said that's over 1400W DC load. My Seasonic X-1250W starts sputtering when I'm over 1000W. Furmark + Prime 95 on 5 cores at the same time causes OCP to kick in or some power limit to shut my computer down.

Are you able to sustain furmark + Prime95? rolleyes.gif
Edited by Syan48306 - 6/21/13 at 8:18am
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I got say once you one a big psu you never go back on a small wattage cuz you never know how crazy you going to OC your hardware and get so much wattage pulled from the wall. Look wermad he almost hit 1500w from the wall lol damn this is a lot power there. "Is better be safe than Lucky" thumb.gif I almost went to 1050w let's say losing 200w for what reason. Just for a full modular psu . Hey keep pulling the much power from the wall lol cuz you are werMAD LOL .
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Ok, GPUz has released version 0.7.2.

http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2252/techpowerup-gpu-z-v0-7-2/

Sensors now read correctly, even on modded BIOS (0.7.1 didn't on my setup).

Just thought I'd let you guys/gals know biggrin.gif
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Note my post above for the new GPUz 0.7.2 which now reads (sensors) correctly for modded BIOS (0.7.1 didn't in my case).

OK, I made the plunge to modded BIOS smile.gif

NOTE: I used nvflash 5.138 & I did not have to use --protectoff (for those interested in those things).

Differernces between stock on Gigabyte GTX 780 WF 3X OC...

Base clocks revert down to the nVidia reference (makes sense).
No Boost (fine by me)
Games that do NOT require much juice will throttle the core speed, but not the voltage... voltage is **always** at whatever you set it (1.212v in my case). So BL2 will throttle the core to 901mhz (lowest possible) but not the voltage. In the stock BIOS, it would throttle down to 964 (or was it 954) & voltage to 1.025v.
Temps are about the same as stock, which is pretty good. I really love the cooler on my card wubsmiley.gif

Improvement over my stock BIOS was Valley 70.0 to 72.3 -- at least I know now that the extra voltage helps.. not by much though. I can now run at 1202/3500 while stock was 1176/500.. so +26Mhz gain. Worth it? not sure.. but at least the option is there if I ever want it! which is nice smile.gif Remember that my card is ASIC 62.3%.

So it was worth a try definitively. I'll probably revert to Stock (gotta try it anyway to be 'certain' that the backup works).

update: I was able to re-flash my backup without any issues. So the BIOS size for the Gigabyte GTX 780 Windforce 3X OC is 193 KB (197,632 bytes). thumb.gif
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No Boost (fine by me)
Games that do NOT require much juice will throttle the core speed, but not the voltage... voltage is **always** at whatever you set it (1.212v in my case).

Worth lobotomizing the card just for that. I'll do the thinking for it.
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