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Originally Posted by z0ki View Post

I only got one pad with my backplate.. I think the 780 classified and the 780ti classified you place thermal pads in 3 places apposed to one, so I ordered more thermal pads and will do it that way as occamrazer suggests.



I got an Ek block and it came with two different pad sizes, so I wasn't sure.
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Originally Posted by Scarlet-Tech View Post

I got an Ek block and it came with two different pad sizes, so I wasn't sure.

Well this is the backplate i bought

http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/vga-blocks/fc-backplates/nvidia-geforce-series/ek-fc780-gtx-classy-backplate-black-rev-2-0.html

and this is the installation manual

http://www.ekwb.com/shop/EK-IM/EK-IM-3831109868683.pdf

And according to Ed from Skyn3t he said 3 thermal pads needs to be placed, under that particular backplate there are 3 cut-out grooves and it lines up with exactly what he drawn up..

I think the 780 Classified and 780Ti Classified has a slightly different layout on the PCB of things that need to be cooled
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Originally Posted by z0ki View Post

Well this is the backplate i bought

http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/vga-blocks/fc-backplates/nvidia-geforce-series/ek-fc780-gtx-classy-backplate-black-rev-2-0.html

and this is the installation manual

http://www.ekwb.com/shop/EK-IM/EK-IM-3831109868683.pdf

And according to Ed from Skyn3t he said 3 thermal pads needs to be placed, under that particular backplate there are 3 cut-out grooves and it lines up with exactly what he drawn up..

I think the 780 Classified and 780Ti Classified has a slightly different layout on the PCB of things that need to be cooled

I just installed both my backplates last night. I too just installed the strip from what the instructions stated. So that's wrong? mad.gif

Edit: Luckily I have extra 1mm pads lying around. Will add the two extra.rolleyes.gif
Edited by Ovrclck - 4/4/14 at 8:57am
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Hi all,

I'm not new but i've never posted before. I was (still am) a Titan owner and have read literally every page of that forum and also a few here. I have the SVL7 bios on my Titan and recently bought a Classified 780Ti Hydro Copper (price was far better than getting and ACX and adding EK blocks).

My Problem is I have flashed the Skyn3t boost disabled BIOS but the voltage is stuck at 1.087 and causing massive instability. I can't adjust it via afterburner - do i need to use Precision instead?

My card was overclocking on the standard volts (1.17) at 1254MHz and stable in all benches. I figure if i can get the voltage unlocked she'll go far but having these issues is a show stopper. sadsmiley.gif

Thankfully the 'normal' bios is untouched.
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Hello Guys,

I have made a terrible mistake, I screwed up... Litterally. I received my EK block and backplate. I unplugged my card from the tower and began unscrewing the screws. All went right until the very last one. It was screwed very toughly and I had a hard time trying to unscrew it.

Unfortunately, I stripped the screw and it is now impossible to fit any screw driver in it... Please Guys if someone have any idea how to get rid of this last screw please tell me !!

Thanks a lot guys
Edited by Ov3rdos3 - 4/4/14 at 2:30pm
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I usually use some pliers if something like that happens. Just be careful.
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Hello Guys,

I have made a terrible mistake, I screwed up... Litterally. I received my EK block and backplate. I unplugged my card from the tower and began unscewing the screws. All went right until the very last one. It was screwed very toughly and I had a hard time trying to unscrew it.

Unfortunately, I stripped the screw and it is now impossible fit any screw driver in it... Please Guys if someone have any idea how to get rid of this last screw please tell me !!

Thanks a lot guys

Some guys have had luck putting a rubber band over the screwdriver tip to get a stripped screw moving, next best option is an ez out (a tool just for stripped screws, can be had at most hardware & tool shops).
In extreme cases, a drill bit just a touch smaller than the thickness of the screw (threaded part, not the head), & drill the sucker out.
    
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Hi all,

I'm not new but i've never posted before. I was (still am) a Titan owner and have read literally every page of that forum and also a few here. I have the SVL7 bios on my Titan and recently bought a Classified 780Ti Hydro Copper (price was far better than getting and ACX and adding EK blocks).

My Problem is I have flashed the Skyn3t boost disabled BIOS but the voltage is stuck at 1.087 and causing massive instability. I can't adjust it via afterburner - do i need to use Precision instead?

My card was overclocking on the standard volts (1.17) at 1254MHz and stable in all benches. I figure if i can get the voltage unlocked she'll go far but having these issues is a show stopper. sadsmiley.gif

Thankfully the 'normal' bios is untouched.

After burner does not work for me.

Using evga's

You use, Skyn3t rev 2 ?

According to my voltmeter afterburner does not do anything.. I dont know why tongue.gif
If yes i use same bios. Never had problems..
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Originally Posted by the54thvoid View Post

Hi all,

I'm not new but i've never posted before. I was (still am) a Titan owner and have read literally every page of that forum and also a few here. I have the SVL7 bios on my Titan and recently bought a Classified 780Ti Hydro Copper (price was far better than getting and ACX and adding EK blocks).

My Problem is I have flashed the Skyn3t boost disabled BIOS but the voltage is stuck at 1.087 and causing massive instability. I can't adjust it via afterburner - do i need to use Precision instead?

My card was overclocking on the standard volts (1.17) at 1254MHz and stable in all benches. I figure if i can get the voltage unlocked she'll go far but having these issues is a show stopper. sadsmiley.gif

Thankfully the 'normal' bios is untouched.

For the ti classy the limit should be about 1.5v and a little higher load if you sent pwm to 600khz. if you flash a custom bios on these cards you should use the classified software controller to set the voltages. Honestly I never tried using precision x or afterburner to set any of my voltages for any of my classified cards.

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Hello Guys,

I have made a terrible mistake, I screwed up... Litterally. I received my EK block and backplate. I unplugged my card from the tower and began unscrewing the screws. All went right until the very last one. It was screwed very toughly and I had a hard time trying to unscrew it.

Unfortunately, I stripped the screw and it is now impossible to fit any screw driver in it... Please Guys if someone have any idea how to get rid of this last screw please tell me !!

Thanks a lot guys

like ftw said a rubber band is a good trick. Also I rescued a stripped screw once by using one of those small torque screw drivers. They are shaped really funny and once worked good for me.
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According to my voltmeter afterburner does not do anything.. I dont know why tongue.gif
If yes i use same bios. Never had problems..

Doesn't AB raise it to 1.21v or is that just fake?
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