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Originally Posted by chribeggar View Post

Yes you're right.
I have a couple question about the 770 gaming edition.
Wich is the max voltage for daily?
And in your opinion how high can i raise the voltage up before encountering issues due to the power limit ?

Power limit usage and voltages probably won't differ much if at all between 770 gaming and lightning.
Well at 0% usage a voltage of above 1.35 will start throttling you with the 300% limit, however if Skyn3t gives us a good modded bios like he has for the 780 people we'll both be in luck and will probably be able to push voltage to 1.4 for during gaming and possibly get unthrottled 1400 MHz+ speeds. However, it has been many weeks and there's been nothing from him. frown.gif
post #452 of 1284
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Originally Posted by cookieboyeli View Post

Power limit usage and voltages probably won't differ much if at all between 770 gaming and lightning.
Well at 0% usage a voltage of above 1.35 will start throttling you with the 300% limit, however if Skyn3t gives us a good modded bios like he has for the 780 people we'll both be in luck and will probably be able to push voltage to 1.4 for during gaming and possibly get unthrottled 1400 MHz+ speeds. However, it has been many weeks and there's been nothing from him. frown.gif

Yes but honestly i don't want to flash a new bios if i don't have to, because of the gaming edition has only one bios, and the risk are higher than a dual bios lightning card.
Anyway, if i don't mistake the gaming edition has a max power limit of 150%, in this case will i be able to reach 1.22V or higher?
And then, wich is the maximum saefty voltage for daily usage? I heard that 1.21/1.22V is the maximum for daily but i'm not sure about it frown.gif
post #453 of 1284
Yes it has a default of 340 and max of 451 so 150%. As for the voltage, you don't need to restrict yourself for 'daily' settings vs benchmark settings unless you're an ln2 user going above 1.4v. You can safely run your card with 1.35 volts without any damage of any sort. You'll be throttled because of a power limit and that's it. Safe card voltages are usually more applicable all 770's or all 780's rather than just one card in particular, but of course high end cards like 770 Lightning will take a lot more voltage and stay stable anyway.

So it is completely fine if you run with the AB slider at +100mv all the time and have your card at 1.313v by default like mine, in fact I recommend it. Add as much voltage as you can on stock clocks until it starts hitting the power limit too much then back it down. Now you have your max voltage and can overclock until you get glitches with and back that off 13 Mhz or something and you're good.
Your bios will probably come with 1.187v so you'll get 1.287v with AB and can add some more on with the hack if you want.

As far as bios flashing, don't worry about that. It's not as dangerous as it sounds. Your biggest threat is having an unstable system or power grid which causes your system to fail in the middle of the flash, which is like 10 seconds by the way. If a bios is modded improperly then there is another risk. You can always easily recover though if you have anything else to see your display with because you can just try to flash again while running on onboard graphics or some old AMD 4350 low profile thing that came in a computer from walmart.

Edit: Galaxy 770 HOF is only 20$ more and is binned. I'd definitely go with that one. Ration your dinner if you have to, I would. biggrin.gif
Edited by cookieboyeli - 11/1/13 at 4:56pm
post #454 of 1284
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Originally Posted by cookieboyeli View Post

Yes it has a default of 340 and max of 451 so 150%. As for the voltage, you don't need to restrict yourself for 'daily' settings vs benchmark settings unless you're an ln2 user going above 1.4v. You can safely run your card with 1.35 volts without any damage of any sort. You'll be throttled because of a power limit and that's it. Safe card voltages are usually more applicable all 770's or all 780's rather than just one card in particular, but of course high end cards like 770 Lightning will take a lot more voltage and stay stable anyway.

So it is completely fine if you run with the AB slider at +100mv all the time and have your card at 1.313v by default like mine, in fact I recommend it. Add as much voltage as you can on stock clocks until it starts hitting the power limit too much then back it down. Now you have your max voltage and can overclock until you get glitches with and back that off 13 Mhz or something and you're good.
Your bios will probably come with 1.187v so you'll get 1.287v with AB and can add some more on with the hack if you want.

As far as bios flashing, don't worry about that. It's not as dangerous as it sounds. Your biggest threat is having an unstable system or power grid which causes your system to fail in the middle of the flash, which is like 10 seconds by the way. If a bios is modded improperly then there is another risk. You can always easily recover though if you have anything else to see your display with because you can just try to flash again while running on onboard graphics or some old AMD 4350 low profile thing that came in a computer from walmart.

Edit: Galaxy 770 HOF is only 20$ more and is binned. I'd definitely go with that one. Ration your dinner if you have to, I would. biggrin.gif



Thanks for the explanation smile.gif

In fact i was thinking about the modded bios, either for a low noise fan profile, i came from an directCU II card, wich was really deadly silent, i0m afraid that the msi one won't.

However, what i need to unlock the voltage is.
1.try the AB softmod. http://www.overclock.net/t/1363440/nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-owners-club/13490#post_20635197
2.If it doesn't work try the voltage/llc AB mod to unlock 1.3V http://www.overclock.net/t/1425102/updated-for-ab-beta-16-fully-unlocked-ncp4206-voltage-llc-mod-tool
3.To fully unlock the voltage try the Rbby258 tool.
4. If all above steps fail, the only way is with a modded bios.

Correct?
post #455 of 1284
Thanks for the explanation smile.gif

In fact i was thinking about the modded bios, either for a low noise fan profile, i came from an directCU II card, wich was really deadly silent, i0m afraid that the msi one won't.

However, what i need to unlock the voltage is.
1.try the AB softmod. http://www.overclock.net/t/1363440/nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-owners-club/13490#post_20635197
2.If it doesn't work try the voltage/llc AB mod to unlock 1.3V http://www.overclock.net/t/1425102/updated-for-ab-beta-16-fully-unlocked-ncp4206-voltage-llc-mod-tool
3.To fully unlock the voltage try the Rbby258 tool.
4. If all above steps fail, the only way is with a modded bios.

Correct?
post #456 of 1284
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Originally Posted by cookieboyeli View Post

Yes it has a default of 340 and max of 451 so 150%. As for the voltage, you don't need to restrict yourself for 'daily' settings vs benchmark settings unless you're an ln2 user going above 1.4v. You can safely run your card with 1.35 volts without any damage of any sort. You'll be throttled because of a power limit and that's it. Safe card voltages are usually more applicable all 770's or all 780's rather than just one card in particular, but of course high end cards like 770 Lightning will take a lot more voltage and stay stable anyway.

So it is completely fine if you run with the AB slider at +100mv all the time and have your card at 1.313v by default like mine, in fact I recommend it. Add as much voltage as you can on stock clocks until it starts hitting the power limit too much then back it down. Now you have your max voltage and can overclock until you get glitches with and back that off 13 Mhz or something and you're good.
Your bios will probably come with 1.187v so you'll get 1.287v with AB and can add some more on with the hack if you want.

As far as bios flashing, don't worry about that. It's not as dangerous as it sounds. Your biggest threat is having an unstable system or power grid which causes your system to fail in the middle of the flash, which is like 10 seconds by the way. If a bios is modded improperly then there is another risk. You can always easily recover though if you have anything else to see your display with because you can just try to flash again while running on onboard graphics or some old AMD 4350 low profile thing that came in a computer from walmart.

Edit: Galaxy 770 HOF is only 20$ more and is binned. I'd definitely go with that one. Ration your dinner if you have to, I would. biggrin.gif

Galaxy bins to ensure that cards are stable at the advertised clocks, the same as every manufacturer, nothing special. Whichever brand you buy, there is some luck involved with getting a great overclocker.
    
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post #457 of 1284
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Thanks for the explanation smile.gif

In fact i was thinking about the modded bios, either for a low noise fan profile, i came from an directCU II card, wich was really deadly silent, i0m afraid that the msi one won't.

However, what i need to unlock the voltage is.
1.try the AB softmod. http://www.overclock.net/t/1363440/nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-owners-club/13490#post_20635197
2.If it doesn't work try the voltage/llc AB mod to unlock 1.3V http://www.overclock.net/t/1425102/updated-for-ab-beta-16-fully-unlocked-ncp4206-voltage-llc-mod-tool
3.To fully unlock the voltage try the Rbby258 tool.
4. If all above steps fail, the only way is with a modded bios.

Correct?

Semi correct. You don't need a modded bios to add more voltage if you have rbby268's mod. I don't know anything about the other methods. I'm pretty sure one of those is for gk110 only, but I could be wrong. Also, rbby268's mod does not work with every 600 or 700 series card. I'd double check with him if you're getting a 770 Gaming as they use a different voltage controller.

My mistake, I don't know why I thought galaxy binned any differently than any other brand. I've got some fan issues and it's driving me a bit crazy. ( 10% to 80% every 5 seconds madsmiley.png)
post #458 of 1284
Dear Rbby can you show me which chip used in MSI GTX 670 PE, my proile is:

[I2C_BUS_04_DEV_30]
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post #459 of 1284
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Dear Rbby can you show me which chip used in MSI GTX 670 PE, my proile is:

[I2C_BUS_04_DEV_30]
Offset00=FF 00 00 00 01 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF
Offset10=FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF
Offset20=FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF
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OffsetA0=FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF
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OffsetC0=FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF
OffsetD0=FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF
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post #460 of 1284
Rbby, if i don't misunderstood your tool works only with the chips you mentioned in the first page right?

In this case is there a general way to know what chip is installed in our graphic card?
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