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I have the Asus direct CU II oc and my max overclock is only 1254 core and 7810 memory. this is stock bios no mods. I am not disappointed but its not the best at all.


I can get 1306 on mine
post #5772 of 9139
Everybody here does really well. I have EVGA GTX 770's with the Titan-style cooler and I can only do 1215MHz on GPU #1 and 1221MHz on GPU #2, and 7500MHz memory. Anything faster on memory or GPU on stock voltage and either benchmark or a game crashes. mad.gif

BUT DAT LED LIGHT DOE...worth it.
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]hello i'm new to this forum and flashing vbios rom files i just bought a msi 770 gaming oc edition and i'm going to follow this thread but in order to try your rom i need good instructions in how to do it, and if you have already completed the rom i would like to know the results i will attempt to us your rom if we know for sure it works i dont have any experience in this line gpu only in older gpu 8 series and 9 series cards but this vbios from msi 770 gaming oc is a hybrid bios and it doesnt work like a regular bios and this card is not capable of running higher clocks underload unless you use alternate cooling like a water cooler so if after the bios mod a cooling soluttion will be necessary because the one that iy has gets hot during benchmarks 77c-79c with stock bios triing to overclock. when turning up the clocks by 30 to 50 is enough to run the card hot during bench marks. while gaming however the temps do drop while overclocked 66-72 the card is unable to run stable at high clocks because heat and boost when you get a frequncey that works if boost kicks in the benchmarking will crash so then lowering the clocks so that boost wont make it unstable then there isnt really is any room because i think voltage is limiting and with more voltage comes heat then we are back to cooling the twin frozr is not adequate if you turn up the clock frequency i have run my fans on a fan curve that at 63c fans are 100%and its kind of useless so making use of an alternate cooling solution and your modded vbios would then be ideal .so l would be willing to help you out but i need help finding a better cooling solution your work is appreciated. the biggest problem i'm having is the way this card reacts when gaming this card might start being clocked at 1300+ but as you game this begins declocking itself for instance it will go from 1300+ to 1150 and then 1084 and so on until it finds the right clock for the application being used so we need a way to stop it from detuning itself. when it declocks itself it's tring to conserve power . so we need to change how it detunes (declocks) itself so that we are able to utilize it's full power potential which i think this will give more of a return. i think that this hybrid bios is the problem because it doesnt work like the other GK104 bios's it has a built in governor. until we disable this it wont function or run like the other cards
. your work truly is very much appreciated and i am willing to try this but not until we know that it works

two points Ambient temps but most importantly Case Air flow.
After that if it is clocking down you probably need to up the thermal target threshold on whatever OCing program you are using.
Or you could be experiencing a micro crash where it is not quite to get a black screen and the card recovers by downclocking meaning your card might not downclock if you have a OC target of 1280Mhz

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I have the Asus direct CU II oc and my max overclock is only 1254 core and 7810 memory. this is stock bios no mods. I am not disappointed but its not the best at all.]
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lol if it helps I had 1280 to 1300Mhz depending which drivers I was using then I got the hotwire going and hit 1437Mhz smile.gif
Edited by feznz - 3/29/14 at 1:17am
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i thought the same so i monitored stock settings and it clocked down so i changed temp threshold and put it to 82c while gaming it still downclocked even on stock settings . so im really inerested in this hotwire but i have never flash a newer gpu bios and need a walk through so i do it right the first time any help is appreciated. oh yea before i forget what did you have to do in order to get the hot wire working. would you please send your working bios for msi gaming oc 2gb motherboard z77ma-g45
Edited by marcgarcia322 - 3/29/14 at 8:32am
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I have had a quick look for a guide for you guys this is probably about the most comprehensive and the principles are the same as the GTX 770 to be quite honest it is a matter of trial and error.
I have thought I had had a rock solid OC only to find I crash an hour or so into an epic round of BF4.

as for hot wire it will void warranty but here my experience on it


I Wouldn't recommend bios flashing unless you are wanting to break a world record in my experience you might need to look at it after core clock of 1450Mhz +
BTW it will not unlock any more voltage

try this

http://www.overclock.net/t/1425102/updated-ab-b18-team-skyn3ts-unlocked-ncp4206-voltage-llc-mod-tool/0_20

unfortunately you will have to wait till the Beta msi hack comes out as beta 18 has expired
Edited by feznz - 3/29/14 at 2:09pm
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I have had a quick look for a guide for you guys this is probably about the most comprehensive and the principles are the same as the GTX 770 to be quite honest it is a matter of trial and error.
I have thought I had had a rock solid OC only to find I crash an hour or so into an epic round of BF4.

as for hot wire it will void warranty but here my experience on it


I Wouldn't recommend bios flashing unless you are wanting to break a world record in my experience you might need to look at it after core clock of 1450Mhz +
BTW it will not unlock any more voltage

try this

http://www.overclock.net/t/1425102/updated-ab-b18-team-skyn3ts-unlocked-ncp4206-voltage-llc-mod-tool/0_20

unfortunately you will have to wait till the Beta msi hack comes out as beta 18 has expired

19 is already out with voltage control.
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after flashing back to the original and installing afterburner beta 19 i ran rbby258abvoltmod as admin.then i told it to write ri4 LLC and to enable +200 core clock now i have a stable 1359 core clock and 1.3 voltage on a bios that is not modded next i might try modding bios im not sur it seems to run pretty fair

i need to update my post when i reinstalled msi bios from live update 5 it did not revert to my previous settings back to stock i had modded voltage with kepler bios tweaker and changed boost clock to the same as stock core clock so it wouldn't boost and become unstable ,so the bios still has the 1.3 voltage mod but it definitely works and runs games very well i only need 1.257-1.26 to run 1333mhz and so far it does not down clock while gaming anymore i hope this helps
Edited by marcgarcia322 - 3/30/14 at 5:30pm
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after flashing back to the original and installing afterburner beta 19 i ran rbby258abvoltmod as admin.then i told it to write ri4 LLC and to enable +200 core clock now i have a stable 1359 core clock and 1.3 voltage on a bios that is not modded next i might try modding bios im not sur it seems to run pretty fair


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if you are just gaming then I would be happy at that I think that this has been discussed about you are at the peak of what is useful gains any more core clock simply will not scale performance wise it becomes about competition benching
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Everybody here does really well. I have EVGA GTX 770's with the Titan-style cooler and I can only do 1215MHz on GPU #1 and 1221MHz on GPU #2, and 7500MHz memory. Anything faster on memory or GPU on stock voltage and either benchmark or a game crashes. mad.gif

BUT DAT LED LIGHT DOE...worth it.

Probably 90% of the reason I got my 770 w/ Titan cooler. Was looking at a 760 and other upgrades. Found one at Bestbuy and had to have it. biggrin.gif
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