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That would explain why my classy gets tearing at 1241 core but still has a 60 temp load, it's not ovErheating, just need more volts than the topped out 1.212

Yeah give it some more voltage, you should be fine. I finished a run last night at 1411 MHz @ 1.35v. biggrin.gif
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This has sparked a question for me Because I have the Skyn3t rev 4 bios with 200% power target and the 1.212 voltage unlock. With the bios there is no more default setting on the voltage regulator in Precision X. Using the Classy voltage tool, will it conflict with the skyn3t bios, or should I just keep this bios, lower the voltage to the .912 mV in Precision, and just use the Classy voltage tool? smile.gif

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Just use the Classy tool to control your voltages. It will not conflict, it just overrides Precision X. I only use Precision X for core clock & memory offsets.

This is what I do as well. I use PX for core and mem offsetts. Classy tool for voltage.
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This is what I do as well. I use PX for core and mem offsetts. Classy tool for voltage.

Thanks guys, no wonder I can't get it past +130 core on the PX program! Once I get off, oOoooooOooh it's gonna get ugly, lol biggrin.gif
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So wait, once I adjust voltage in the classy tool, I can exit out and it'll run that way until I shut down the computer huh, that's convenient!
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So wait, once I adjust voltage in the classy tool, I can exit out and it'll run that way until I shut down the computer huh, that's convenient!

Yes, that is true. Even if you restart it, it will still remain at the last voltage. You need to power off and back on.
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Yes, that is true. Even if you restart it, it will still remain at the last voltage. You need to power off and back on.

..............sweet! And this whole time I thought it would only work until I started up the app, headroom here we come! thumb.gif
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..............sweet! And this whole time I thought it would only work until I started up the app, headroom here we come! thumb.gif

FYI - You will start to see this thing eat power. I was pulling 640+ watts from the wall with 1 card during firestrike. Keep an eye on your temps if you're on air!
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FYI - You will start to see this thing eat power. I was pulling 640+ watts from the wall with 1 card during firestrike. Keep an eye on your temps if you're on air!

Oh wow that a chunk alright. Good thing I gots a 1000waitt platinum psu a while back. Definitely will check the temps for sure. I've been using 3dmark right now, because if it's not stable it tears right off the bat at the aqua scene, making it quicker to adjust and go back
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Just started overclocking a GTX 780 Classy and using a multimeter at the read points, I'm getting ~65mv o/s (higher on the multimeter) from the software settings. The entire time, EVGA precision reads 1161mv. It always tells me that I am hitting my voltage limit in precision? It would appear that when over-volting, precision does not properly handle/display your voltage limit? I have been playing around with overclocking and able to turn down the voltage and still have it run, even though limit is at 1.

I haven't been able to find much on the voltage limits people have been using with this card to keep it safe. Anyone got any further info on what voltages aren't too risky? I've seen some people list 1400mv as their upper limit and others at 1300mv.

P.S. I managed to hit 1424 Mhz @ 1.315v but it crahsed 30 seconds later. Temps < 55 degrees. Probably can make that stable with a bit of volts thumb.gif
Edited by draemn - 4/8/14 at 2:00pm
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Just started overclocking a GTX 780 Classy and using a multimeter at the read points, I'm getting ~65mv o/s (higher on the multimeter) from the software settings. The entire time, EVGA precision reads 1161mv. It always tells me that I am hitting my voltage limit in precision? It would appear that when over-volting, precision does not properly handle/display your voltage limit? I have been playing around with overclocking and able to turn down the voltage and still have it run, even though limit is at 1.

I haven't been able to find much on the voltage limits people have been using with this card to keep it safe. Anyone got any further info on what voltages aren't too risky? I've seen some people list 1400mv as their upper limit and others at 1300mv.

P.S. I managed to hit 1424 Mhz @ 1.315v but it crahsed 30 seconds later. Temps < 55 degrees. Probably can make that stable with a bit of volts thumb.gif

Sounds like you're on water at those temps. With a stock BIOS you're probably going to run into the power target limit before anything.

Are you using a custom BIOS? Are you overvolting only with PX and not the Classy tool?
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