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post #311 of 391
sorry my mistake

my PSU Brand is Corsair

Model: Corsair TX750
post #312 of 391
my mistake

Brand: Corsair
Model: Corsair TX750 or Corsair 750TX
post #313 of 391
Yes, i've Tried it, and same results...
Could it be my video card going to die on me soon?
i mean, Artifacts now and then, but nothing else, no crash in games or in desktop, the only thing that done this was flashed it with a 770GTX bios.
Now that i remember, when tried to bios flash back in my friends computer, i had to put the 680 GTX in pci express slot on my friends pc but had to power it from my pc due to my friend not having good psu, and had to power it from my pc psu (couldnt had the chance to install my psu in my friends pc) so i powered first his computer, and then my computer, or viceversa...dont remember.
post #314 of 391
Try and flash it back to a 680 and see if it does it

If it does then the card is broken
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Before Starting this thread, my GTX 680 was Flashed Back to its original Bios, so the problems are the same.
Cheking +12V Voltage from my PSU with CPUID HWMonitor, i see it reads 11.880V but changes now and then to 11.968V so min is 11.880 and max is 11.968 V in the +12V Readings, is this a sign of psu problems? since +12v are the PCI Express Connectors Voltage that goes to my GTX 680.

I want to make sure the problem is either PSU or GPUs fault.
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Originally Posted by gothmessiah View Post

Before Starting this thread, my GTX 680 was Flashed Back to its original Bios, so the problems are the same.
Cheking +12V Voltage from my PSU with CPUID HWMonitor, i see it reads 11.880V but changes now and then to 11.968V so min is 11.880 and max is 11.968 V in the +12V Readings, is this a sign of psu problems? since +12v are the PCI Express Connectors Voltage that goes to my GTX 680.

I want to make sure the problem is either PSU or GPUs fault.

Software cant give you any kind of accuracy you need a digtal multi meter for that
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post #317 of 391
Thanks for Replies,

Can you point me how to read +12V from my PSU??

i have a digital Multi Meter, but not quite sure how to use it.

What Readings should i look for and so.
post #318 of 391

Thanks MacG32 i test your bios in my Zotac 680 2 gb + accelero twin turbo II , the card run stable any test smile.gif max temp 57° , i tested after gtx 680 amp bios and run very smootly "ram 1652 - core 1111-1176" , i test far cry 3 , for my 680 amp bios is perfect and good . your bios run stable - 680 amp bios increase score unigine valley and play smootly far cry 3 . i prefer 680 amp bios thumb.gif
Edited by J9AnGe - 3/25/14 at 5:35pm
post #319 of 391
Well, since i could'nt get help here on this board, i manage to solve my GTX 680 Graphics Artifacts:

History:

My GTX 680 was running just fine before i found the "Turn your GTX 680 in to a stock GTX 770" forum on this board...then i proceded to Flash my GTX 680 with a similar GTX 770 Bios and Kataplum...first no video then got to reflash to original Bios File and got the Random Quick Artifacts appearing every now and then.

How do i solve it?

Well, i guess it was luck and a bit of knowledgment, i´ve search the web for info on this happening, and found some regarding memory modules problems that reproduce artifacts in many Graphic Cards, then i tought "How about to apply Thermal Paste to the Nvidia GPU and/or memory modules".

So i carefully removed the HeatStink (Mine is the EVGA Superclocked Edition) apply Thermal Paste on GPU (not the memory modules, they dont need Thermal Paste) and Temps falls from 45C to 30C and guess what "Zero Artifacts"....Been Playing all night and day and browse the web and everything with zero problems.

Guess i was just Lucky.

Good for me. smile.gif

Hope This Helps others with same problems.

Goodbye.
post #320 of 391
Is there a reference GTX 770 UEFI? I got GTX 770 BIOS to work, but my ASUS GTX 680 had UEFI instead of BIOS, so I did not have to use the Legacy mode. I thought they started making UEFI for GTX 770 series and higher?!?! Is there a way to change/mod BIOS into UEFI?
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