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yeah my Zotac card is similar to yours, I just volted the crap out of it and managed to get game stable @ 1400MHz but my GPU probably won't last longer than 2 years lol

What a Hell !!!! 1400 MHz CoreClock wheee.gif

I'm stable at 1200 Mhz at benchs like heaven, valley or 3dMark, but it crashs in games benchs like Crysis 2 or Crysis 1

Then I will flash my GTX 780 with vBios or some Evga bios, what would you recomend me? I'm unable to download vbios... I think I have not the necessary posts
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I just got an EVGA GTX 780 Classified Hydro Copper, may I join the club?

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/ev7ds/

excuse the messiness of the case, in process of upgrading
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Good eyes on that one.


Since you brought this up, I do remember the galaxy sales rep saying it here. What it could cause voltage spikes? Do you guys the nvdia drivers damaging GPU? I know you guys are under news drivers but it let me think a lot about it.first the galaxy support saying nv drivers issue with they GPU now two blew GPU here.


Like, killer384 said many was benched with 1500mhz and up and I'm sure that's no with stock voltage or 1.212v like my vbios has.

I know a frequent EVGA forum member, Manicavvv noticed some voltage spike irregularities testing the 320.49 driver. I cannot find the post sorry. He is a friendly guy so if you PM him over their he should respond.
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Hello, can I use the vBios in my Zotac GTX 780? It's watercooled

Actually I need 1,20 vcore for a stable 1149 Mhz :_( I think it's too much

My GTX 780's asic is 64,5%

Do you think I will be able to get a higher OC in my GTX 780 without rise vcore with vBios or some EVGA BIOS?

Thanks

P.D: Sorry for my English
What's "too much"? Having 1.2v to get 1149Mhz stable or just having the 1.2v?
For the record, 1.2v aren't "too high" at all. nVIDIA plays extremely safe when it comes to voltage limits. If nVIDIA allows 1.2v, then I am sure it is pretty much "risk safe".
As for the rest, is almost impossible to answer your question. The overclock abilities of any given card are more about the GPU than are about the vBIOS. If you get a very good GPU in the lottery, it will OC very well at low voltages no matter the vBIOS driving. I expect more improvements by simply updating drivers with a mild voltage bump than by simply changing BIOSes without voltage increments at all.

But one thing I know for experience: ASIC is a myth at best, and BS at worst. My reference 780 has a 64% ASIC and it boosts up to a stable 1276Mhz @ 1.200v.
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What a Hell !!!! 1400 MHz CoreClock wheee.gif

I'm stable at 1200 Mhz at benchs like heaven, valley or 3dMark, but it crashs in games benchs like Crysis 2 or Crysis 1

Then I will flash my GTX 780 with vBios or some Evga bios, what would you recomend me? I'm unable to download vbios... I think I have not the necessary posts

Ref 780? here you go: skyn3t-37-Ref-OC.zip 133k .zip file
But why dont you download in the first page?

Cheers

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Then I will flash my GTX 780 with vBios or some Evga bios, what would you recomend me?

What OccamRazor posted. But, you have to be prepared to pump up those volts, dude!
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Was there a Galaxy rep in here that got removed?
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Was there a Galaxy rep in here that got removed?

Don't think he was removed or anything, but looks like he was browsing the thread earlier.
    
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What's "too much"? Having 1.2v to get 1149Mhz stable or just having the 1.2v?
For the record, 1.2v aren't "too high" at all. nVIDIA plays extremely safe when it comes to voltage limits. If nVIDIA allows 1.2v, then I am sure it is pretty much "risk safe".
As for the rest, is almost impossible to answer your question. The overclock abilities of any given card are more about the GPU than are about the vBIOS. If you get a very good GPU in the lottery, it will OC very well at low voltages no matter the vBIOS driving. I expect more improvements by simply updating drivers with a mild voltage bump than by simply changing BIOSes without voltage increments at all.

But one thing I know for experience: ASIC is a myth at best, and BS at worst. My reference 780 has a 64% ASIC and it boosts up to a stable 1276Mhz @ 1.200v.


Thank a lot for your answer guys.

Johnny I mean I thought having 1.2v was too much voltage to get 1149 Mhz

To begin with I have just flashed my Zotac GTX 780 with EVGA GTX 780 FTW BIOS (Specs: 1006 MHz Base Clock, 1045.5 MHz Boost Clock, 1163 MHz Boost Clock within Temperature Range)

I have been doing some benches and my GTX 780 has not been able to reach the 1163 Mhz Boost Clock (it has reached only 1100 Mhz in Boost Mode). I remind you my 780 is watercooled and the temperature is always lower than 39 ºC
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You should look into one of skyn3t's boost free bios. You should also look into Zawa's Voltage tool. Both can be found in the OP.
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