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post #10611 of 21377
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i got 78% but my oc like crap..

Well, it's not helping at all when you cover your GPU-Z screen lol. I can't see what you have achieved so far, if anything. I can tell you're running a stock bios or stock LN2 bios.
post #10612 of 21377
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Well, it's not helping at all when you cover your GPU-Z screen lol. I can't see what you have achieved so far, if anything. I can tell you're running a stock bios or stock LN2 bios.

hi,

i am running on the LN2 stock bios. which one i should use?
post #10613 of 21377
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hi,

i am running on the LN2 stock bios. which one i should use?

You have a 780 Classified, right?

If you really want to see what your card can do you have to be methodical. Only adjust 1 variable at a time and then test it out.

1) Flash the skyn3t Rev.4 BIOS.
2) At stock run Valley, Heaven, Firestrike etc. and make sure everything is perfectly stable. Be sure to note your core and VRM temps.
3) Before even touching the voltage I like to see how far the card will go at stock volts. Work your way up slowly, testing along the way.
4) Once you hit your limit and you start artifacting, then increase voltage a little bit.
5) Retest until you reach a stability wall again.
6) At some point, on air, voltage isn't going to help you, it's going to start hurting your OC. Basically in my opinion 1.25v on air is about the max you should go, and 1.35v for quick bench runs with nice cooling. Note that different programs are going to respond differently to your OC. For instance I can bench Valley at 1,306MHz but that clock might cause BF4 to crash.
7) Once you're all done OCing the core, then you can work on OCing your memory.

Edit:
Why do you want to use the skyn3t BIOS?
1) Increase power target so no throttling there.
2) No boost. Makes it easier to know exactly what the card is going to do with whatever offset you set.
Edited by coelacanth - 3/18/14 at 10:59pm
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post #10614 of 21377
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hi,

i am running on the LN2 stock bios. which one i should use?

LN2 Bios. First, max out your power target. If you'd like, you can also raise your temp target. Default is 80C but the card is rated for 95C according to Nvidia. I'd suggest 85C for starters. Make sure you unlock voltage control and max out your voltage. The default voltage limit is 1.2 I believe which is fine on air. Then, take a note of where your temperatures are at on load with your stock clocks. Then start raising your clocks. I'd suggest a mild 5-10% increase from whatever your base is. So, in this case, 993Mhz base core clock means you'd increase it roughly +50-100Mhz. Your memory clock from 75-150Mhz. Then of course benchmark with synthetics and recently released games to verify that it's stable.

If you want more out of it, I'd suggest flashing your LN2 Bios to the latest revision of Skynet and getting the GTX Classified Controller program.
post #10615 of 21377
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Note that different programs are going to respond differently to your OC. For instance I can bench Valley at 1,306MHz but that clock might cause BF4 to crash.

I've noticed issues like that as well. Heaven seems to be wonky to me sometimes, however, in Firestrike, it runs flawlessly without any issues. Not to mention that Heaven, no matter how long it's been released and revised, still has some texture issues where I'm thinking I'm having artifacts but, instead, the engine is just derping. Granted, not nearly as bad as when it first came out but still often enough to see a post here and there.

I've never benched Valley although I have it. Is it good?
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I've noticed issues like that as well. Heaven seems to be wonky to me sometimes, however, in Firestrike, it runs flawlessly without any issues. Not to mention that Heaven, no matter how long it's been released and revised, still has some texture issues where I'm thinking I'm having artifacts but, instead, the engine is just derping. Granted, not nearly as bad as when it first came out but still often enough to see a post here and there.

I've never benched Valley although I have it. Is it good?

I don't know whether it's good but it's a very popular bench. I like it for the free roam as well and the music is soothing haha redface.gif
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Well....



That's stable with Firestrike, Heaven and actual gaming benchmarks. No artifacts. On air as well. Keep in mind also that I'm using Skynet bios so my default clock isn't 993mhz but 1111Mhz. So I'm 200+ on top of 1111Mhz. And that's with around 1.23~ voltage
If you give your mother GTX 780 Classifieds as hand-me downs, your mother must have a loving son!

Oh she wouldn't get the classified (I've been waiting too long for a good graphics card at least 3 generations) but I would give her my GTX 460 GDDR5 which is an improvement over her GTS 450 (can't remember if I gave her the EVGA one with the GDDR5 or the Gigabyte one with GDDR3). She'd also be upgrading to my ASUS Sabertooth Z77 and i5 2500k as opposed to the AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ and the XFX 750a motherboard she's using now, I might even be nice and give her my current GSKILL Sniper DDR3 RAM since she only has 8GB of DDR2 right now. Hell, I might even throw in my HAF 932.

 

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I don't know whether it's good but it's a very popular bench. I like it for the free roam as well and the music is soothing haha redface.gif

I agree on the music almost fell asleep to it once and music doesn't usually do that no matter what type it is. BTW Coel you have any experience using Folding at Home as a bench/stress test? I'm having an odd issue if you look at the previous page.

I would also like to no more about how to tell what voltages the card is at when it's artifacting so I can just see if bumping it up a nudge fixes the problem (say like vdroop for cpus and LLC) is there any way to do so with stock bios , I don't really want to have to open classy volt tuner every time I turn the PC on and I also want to boost the offset voltage by a slight nudge because I don't really think it has any problems doing +169 Core and 300 on the Memory I think it's just drooping


Edited by phazer11 - 3/18/14 at 11:55pm
     
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post #10618 of 21377
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I would also like to no more about how to tell what voltages the card is at when it's artifacting so I can just see if bumping it up a nudge fixes the problem (say like vdroop for cpus and LLC) is there any way to do so with stock bios , I don't really want to have to open classy volt tuner every time I turn the PC on and I also want to boost the offset voltage by a slight nudge because I don't really think it has any problems doing +169 Core and 300 on the Memory I think it's just drooping

You won't need to run it if you don't plan on going past the stock max volt limit (1.2 or 1.212 I think). So max out your voltage slider in AB or PX and overclock and call it a day.
post #10619 of 21377
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Originally Posted by coelacanth View Post

1) Flash the skyn3t Rev.4 BIOS.

Sorry, got to ask..........Rev.4 bios?

I can only see rev 2 bios on the front page. Do you mean the fourth bios down the page?

Thanx
Edited by yknot - 3/19/14 at 1:56am
post #10620 of 21377
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Sorry, got to ask..........Rev.4 bios?

I can only see rev 2 bios on the front page. Do you mean the fourth bios down the page?

Thanx

He probably means for the 780 non ti
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