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Sure I could do it but it'll be voltage locked to a 1.212V anyways.
Don't get why people buy rebranded chips though.
I would be very interested to know how this can be done (power limits changing and checksum if needed?).
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Ok, I sold my GTX 670 and I am selling some other parts too. I've got a budget of about $500. I can't decide what to do but I am going to buy something today to take advantage of neweggs $50 back off $500.

Should I get SLi evga GTX 760 SC (blower style coolers) for $520 (-50) or go with the Gigabyte GTX 770 4gb for $450 (and get some other stuff I need to use the $50 off).

The SLi 760s are more bang for the buck, but the 770 4gb is more future proof and will be more powerful once SLi'd at a later date?

What would you do?

Other factors are my case, a Lian Li PC-A05FN, it won't fit Sli 770s, so I'd need a new case one day, but the Sli 760s will fit (barely).


All depends on what game analysis are you playing. For 1080p, future proof is the gtx770, ideal though would be to get one gtx760 and wait for the new gpus to arrive until you decide where to go (second gtx760, or newer gpu).
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Why do you say that? I considered it, but the 780 isn't as good bang for the buck. It is more "future proof" but today it is actually inferior to the SLi 760s, and costs $190 more after discounts are factored in.

Because you'll dodge SLI and all it's problems.
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I would be very interested to know how this can be done (power limits changing and checksum if needed?).
Hex edit it on 3 places if it is the same bios design as Titan it would be mW mW mW + 0 identifier.
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Hex edit it on 3 places if it is the same bios design as Titan it would be mW mW mW + 0 identifier.

Awesome found it. +rep
On sc bios limits are: 237 | 124 | 111 mW iirc. No think i made mistake. Checking it again.
No need for checksum?
Edited by melodystyle2003 - 6/30/13 at 1:34pm
post #155 of 6339
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Originally Posted by valkeriefire View Post

Ok, I sold my GTX 670 and I am selling some other parts too. I've got a budget of about $500. I can't decide what to do but I am going to buy something today to take advantage of neweggs $50 back off $500.

Should I get SLi evga GTX 760 SC (blower style coolers) for $520 (-50) or go with the Gigabyte GTX 770 4gb for $450 (and get some other stuff I need to use the $50 off).

The SLi 760s are more bang for the buck, but the 770 4gb is more future proof and will be more powerful once SLi'd at a later date?

What would you do?

Other factors are my case, a Lian Li PC-A05FN, it won't fit Sli 770s, so I'd need a new case one day, but the Sli 760s will fit (barely).

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Well you're gonna need quite a bit of airflow to get the hot air out with two of those Gigabyte's.
If you can fit the Gigabyte's in I'd go for them. The Gigabyte rev1.0 is 10.83" (275mm) long and the rev2.0 is 11.61" long (295mm)
The EVGA SC w/ EVGA cooler is 9.5" (241mm) long and the same applies for the vanilla versions. The FTW blower specs say it's 10" (254mm)
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Well you're gonna need quite a bit of airflow to get the hot air out with two of those Gigabyte's.
If you can fit the Gigabyte's in I'd go for them. The Gigabyte rev1.0 is 10.83" (275mm) long and the rev2.0 is 11.61" long (295mm)
The EVGA SC w/ EVGA cooler is 9.5" (241mm) long and the same applies for the vanilla versions. The FTW blower specs say it's 10" (254mm)

I am having a hard time with this decision. Its between getting the 9.5" Evga SC 760s in SLi, or a single 770 4gb. I can run the 770 in the PC-A05 by removing the drive cage which I don't really need anyway. But once I go sli I will need to upgrade my case. Two reference cooler 760s would be pretty awesome in this case though.
 
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Awesome found it. +rep
On sc bios limits are: 237 | 124 | 111 mW iirc. No think i made mistake. Checking it again.
No need for checksum?
You can get the checksum with the bios editor or you can just have nvflash have it ignore the incorrect checksum.
(checksum for something you made for yourself is kinda pointless)

Also the blocks should be close together with filling in between and would be 3 blocks of 2 hexadecimals.
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You can get the checksum with the bios editor or you can just have nvflash have it ignore the incorrect checksum.
(checksum for something you made for yourself is kinda pointless)

Also the blocks should be close together with filling in between and would be 3 blocks of 2 hexadecimals.

100000 | 173000 | 200000 start loc @ 0x0863D or 100000 | 172400 | 200000 @ 0x08681 since i saw duplicate values.
Think i am right. Can you verify it?

NVIDIA.GTX760.2048.130506.zip 123k .zip file
Edited by melodystyle2003 - 6/30/13 at 2:42pm
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100000 | 173000 | 200000 start loc @ 0x0863D or 100000 | 172400 | 200000 @ 0x08681 since i saw duplicate values.
Think i am right. Can you verify it?

NVIDIA.GTX760.2048.130506.zip 123k .zip file
I don't have 010 editor on this computer or any hex editor but 200000mW is definitely the max wattage you can simply up it max watage is just what the board thinks it can provide you won't get close to the vrm limit since you're voltage locked.
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I don't have 010 editor on this computer or any hex editor but 200000mW is definitely the max wattage you can simply up it max watage is just what the board thinks it can provide you won't get close to the vrm limit since you're voltage locked.

Ok. 8+6pin is capable of 300W power draw. Voltage is 1.212V. EVGA sc is using 225W as max. I guess 250-270W would benefit for benches or less throttling if present.
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