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Trying to get in the Classified owners club.
Is this all I need?
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/9dy5a/

yes that's good. I will update the list today. welcome.
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Hey guys, i am kinda new to gpu overclocking. So i need some advice.

I have downloaded nvflash and skyn3trev2 bios.
But there are two files in the bios.zip. which one do i need to flash?
Thanks,

MrCupra

and for the record: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/dpxsp/

You don't need a custom VBIOS to OC your card. You can start out OCing it using Afterburner (the latest beta) or Precision X. See what your card will do at stock. You can enable limited voltage control in AB and Precision X as well. For air, it's almost enough voltage control unless you're really trying to push your 24/7 volts.

There's nothing wrong with jumping straight to the custom VBIOS though, but I like getting to know my card at stock first, seeing what it will boost to at stock etc. For benching I like the skyn3t BIOS (which I have flashed to the LN2 BIOS), but for gaming I use the stock boost BIOS.

You can check the VRAM type on your card with GPU-Z or Nvidia Inspector. It's either Hynix or Samsung, and both OC well.
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Is it possible to edit 780 classified bios (or skyn3t bios) for custom fan curve and bump default voltage a bit? Anyone knows how to do it, maybe?
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Is it possible to edit 780 classified bios (or skyn3t bios) for custom fan curve and bump default voltage a bit? Anyone knows how to do it, maybe?

I don't know about BIOS editing but you could just make a custom fan curve in Afterburner or Precision X, and adjust the voltage there as well. You can have them start with Windows with your fan curve, voltage and overclock settings.
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You don't need a custom VBIOS to OC your card. You can start out OCing it using Afterburner (the latest beta) or Precision X. See what your card will do at stock. You can enable limited voltage control in AB and Precision X as well. For air, it's almost enough voltage control unless you're really trying to push your 24/7 volts.

There's nothing wrong with jumping straight to the custom VBIOS though, but I like getting to know my card at stock first, seeing what it will boost to at stock etc. For benching I like the skyn3t BIOS (which I have flashed to the LN2 BIOS), but for gaming I use the stock boost BIOS.

You can check the VRAM type on your card with GPU-Z or Nvidia Inspector. It's either Hynix or Samsung, and both OC well.

I have Hynix.
I am using the LN2 bios atm, and am using AB.
I have used +75mV, power limit 115%, core clock +100, mem clock +200 and the fan 100%.
It seems to be stable enough to run heaven.



Do you think i can get more out of it? Or would the custom VBIOS be a better option for that?
    
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coelacanth, yes, i know that, but every time reinstalling AB or PX you have to adjust it again. Actually i would prefer not to have AB or PX installed at all after finishing overclocking. Sometimes it goes to default settings as well. That means, probably, that overclock is unstable, though? Or it could be other reasons?
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I have Hynix.
I am using the LN2 bios atm, and am using AB.
I have used +75mV, power limit 115%, core clock +100, mem clock +200 and the fan 100%.
It seems to be stable enough to run heaven. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Do you think i can get more out of it? Or would the custom VBIOS be a better option for that?

Oh yes. You can definitely get more out of it.

Keep an eye on core and VRM temps. GPU-Z (some versions) and HWInfo can read from the VRM temp sensors.
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coelacanth, yes, i know that, but every time reinstalling AB or PX you have to adjust it again. Actually i would prefer not to have AB or PX installed at all after finishing overclocking. Sometimes it goes to default settings as well. That means, probably, that overclock is unstable, though? Or it could be other reasons?

I hear ya. I figured that's the direction you wanted to go. I agree with you that having the BIOS set how you want it would be better than having to mess with software. Someone with a lot more experience than I have will need to help you out though.
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A 780 classified running @ 1.5v. How many watts would this card be drawing?
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Hey guys, some people are saying i can get higher than 1.35v on my 780 classified, but the voltage controller only goes up to 1.35v max, how are people saying that a 780 classified can go up to 1.5v? how would you do that? and is that safe? my VRM doesnt get past 35c on load, and core doesnt get past 33C.

I am using beta MSI afterburner and the classified controller from the 1st post.
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