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I just connected my MaxRevo 1350 and jumped it to run my Second Classy and the 750TI, but it doesn't stay on long enough to actually run the classy.. I am thinking about pulling the 1500 and installing the 1350, then running the 1500 as the secondary PSU for the other two cards.. Any quick ideas as to what could cause that issue, as I run over to work and Delid *Little Brothers* 3770k (ASUS just told me what was blocking me from overclocking the little guy.. now it is ON!!!!)
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Anyone looking for a great deal on a big psu to push these beasty cards, the evga 1300g2 is at newegg for 179.99 after rebate.
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Anyone looking for a great deal on a big psu to push these beasty cards, the evga 1300g2 is at newegg for 179.99 after rebate.

Haha, wow. I wish I would have held off on my build for just an extra couple of weeks. That was the original PSU that I planned on going with until it came back in stock at like ~$350. Looks like it's back to the original price now, much better. That thing is a great PSU. I ended up going with an Enermax Platimax 1350W which was ridiculously expensive and it already has noise in the fan bearings unfortunately.
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Does anyone have any ideas why overvoltage wouldn't be working in MSI Afterburner? I have three 780 Ti Classifieds with Skyn3t BIOS, 337.50 nVidia drivers, and MSI Afterburner 3.0.0 Beta 19 version. It allows me to move the voltage slider and it will stay at whatever I apply it to, but it doesn't truly change the voltage (I can tell by using the monitoring software in benchmarks and games, etc.) It was working fine with Evga Precision X, but I highly prefer MSI Afterburner and I just re-installed Windows and would prefer not to go back to Precision X. GPU1 is at 1.050, GPU2 at 1.025, and GPU3 at 1.062
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Does anyone have any ideas why overvoltage wouldn't be working in MSI Afterburner? I have three 780 Ti Classifieds with Skyn3t BIOS, 337.50 nVidia drivers, and MSI Afterburner 3.0.0 Beta 19 version. It allows me to move the voltage slider and it will stay at whatever I apply it to, but it doesn't truly change the voltage (I can tell by using the monitoring software in benchmarks and games, etc.) It was working fine with Evga Precision X, but I highly prefer MSI Afterburner and I just re-installed Windows and would prefer not to go back to Precision X. GPU1 is at 1.050, GPU2 at 1.025, and GPU3 at 1.062

read back through the thread a ways.. it has been the topic of discussion for a long time. If you go to page 1, you can find the ClassyOvervoltageTool.. That will overvolt as you request, but it will be more than you request every time. None of the programs like afterburner or precision seem to work for anyone. You are not alone ;-)
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read back through the thread a ways.. it has been the topic of discussion for a long time. If you go to page 1, you can find the ClassyOvervoltageTool.. That will overvolt as you request, but it will be more than you request every time. None of the programs like afterburner or precision seem to work for anyone. You are not alone ;-)

Whoops haha, thank you kind sir biggrin.gif
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Whoops haha, thank you kind sir biggrin.gif

No worries. Be aware, that 1.3 can equal upwards of 1.45 sometimes, with the Classy overvolting tool.. Don't go crazy and aim for 1.5 to start, lol.

I just got a new PSU, as I mentioned a few posts back, and now I have to figure out how to get it to power the PCI-e adapter so that I can juice both classies, as running 1 1500w ISN'T enough to power two cards :-( lol
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No worries. Be aware, that 1.3 can equal upwards of 1.45 sometimes, with the Classy overvolting tool.. Don't go crazy and aim for 1.5 to start, lol.

I just got a new PSU, as I mentioned a few posts back, and now I have to figure out how to get it to power the PCI-e adapter so that I can juice both classies, as running 1 1500w ISN'T enough to power two cards :-( lol

Haha wow, beastly!! Good luck with everything man, and thanks again for the advice! I just set them all to 1.2 just to start - it's actually kind of funny because even the monitoring software in MSI Afterburner doesn't display the correct voltages. Using GPU-z though two of the GPU's are at 1.193 and the other one is at 1.191, so the classy tool definitely works.

I get to play around with overvolting and OC'ing until later today when my fourth card arrives biggrin.gif then it's back to the base clocks and undervolting frown.gif even with all of the GPU fans at 100% and the comp on a test bench next to an open window, these things can't stop from hitting their thermal limit in games like Crysis 3 lol. This is my first "extreme" build though so it's still absolutely a blast! Luckily I have a friend in Florida who knows a lot about this kind of stuff so he was able to help me with the majority of the questions that I had. I couldn't imagine jumping into this kind of stuff and just trying to learn it all through reading.
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Haha wow, beastly!! Good luck with everything man, and thanks again for the advice! I just set them all to 1.2 just to start - it's actually kind of funny because even the monitoring software in MSI Afterburner doesn't display the correct voltages. Using GPU-z though two of the GPU's are at 1.193 and the other one is at 1.191, so the classy tool definitely works.

I get to play around with overvolting and OC'ing until later today when my fourth card arrives biggrin.gif then it's back to the base clocks and undervolting frown.gif even with all of the GPU fans at 100% and the comp on a test bench next to an open window, these things can't stop from hitting their thermal limit in games like Crysis 3 lol. This is my first "extreme" build though so it's still absolutely a blast! Luckily I have a friend in Florida who knows a lot about this kind of stuff so he was able to help me with the majority of the questions that I had. I couldn't imagine jumping into this kind of stuff and just trying to learn it all through reading.

*little brother* was a "Jump into it an learn* kind of build.. I had my bonus from re-enlisting and I wanted to build a computer. I knew exactly what I was doing.. So I thought.. Then I couldn't get the cables connected to the right spot, and I became very frustrated.. Then I found YouTube.. now, Little Brother is a Champ, Big is a Beast, and I am hoping to build a red headed step brother (Full ATI) system. Just need to find the end of the rainbow and a pot of gold for the last one.
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*little brother* was a "Jump into it an learn* kind of build.. I had my bonus from re-enlisting and I wanted to build a computer. I knew exactly what I was doing.. So I thought.. Then I couldn't get the cables connected to the right spot, and I became very frustrated.. Then I found YouTube.. now, Little Brother is a Champ, Big is a Beast, and I am hoping to build a red headed step brother (Full ATI) system. Just need to find the end of the rainbow and a pot of gold for the last one.

Nice!! Hey I'm curious, you mentioned how 1.3 on the classy tool can actually equate to 1.45 - I've been slowly increasing my voltage and clocks and benchmarking in between each change and it appears that my voltage stays near exact what I set it to in the classy tool - it's actually just .008v less than what I set it to (for example, I have all three cards set to 1.25 right now and they're at 1.242v).

I kind of want to set it higher but I'm on air for the time being and don't want to blow these cards up lol. I'm curious if GPU-Z is displaying the voltage wrong or something because I'm noticing a lot of discrepancies between GPU-Z and MSI Afterburner. For example, the aforementioned voltage issue where MSI Afterburner will display stock voltages but GPU-Z will display the correct voltages (what I set them to using the classy tool), temperatures display incorrectly (GPU2 was showing at 92C in Heaven using the Afterburner monitoring but only at ~82C when I checked it in GPU-Z) and last but not least the core clock only displays correctly on whichever card I am currently monitoring on GPU-Z (but all three core clocks show correctly on afterburner). When I switch over to another card on GPU-z it just shows it at base clock, but I know this is incorrect because as I was able to increase the core clocks to the point of instability, so MSI afterburner is definitely displaying the core clocks correctly (and I'm assuming the temperature as well)

Sorry for the long/hard to follow post rolleyes.gif
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