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Hahahaha! Well I flashed the stock bios with skyn3t on mine and left the LN2 alone lol...

So evga will send me the stock bios hey? May need to get onto them then. Couldn't I just download a stock one for the classy from skyn3t?
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Hey guys!

Looking to "upgrade" from my current GTX 770 to GTX 770 Classy or a GTX 780 Classy. Worthy the extra money??
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Hahahaha! Well I flashed the stock bios with skyn3t on mine and left the LN2 alone lol...

So evga will send me the stock bios hey? May need to get onto them then. Couldn't I just download a stock one for the classy from skyn3t?

Someone here can post a copy. It's not a huge deal you will be ok. If you guys want I can add them to the front page. The 780 changed a couple times so I just stopped putting them on there, it got confusing.

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Hey guys!

Looking to "upgrade" from my current GTX 770 to GTX 770 Classy or a GTX 780 Classy. Worthy the extra money??

I dont think switching to a 770 classy would be worth the money if you already have a 770. The 780 is much different and is gk110 instead of gk104. the 770 is a refresh 680 while the 780 is a completely new chip. the 780 classy is a great card. the 780 ti classified has additional cuda cores unlocked on the gk110 die but other than that is very similar to 780.
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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

What card do you have? Fill out your sig. If you have a 780 Classified (non-Ti), whatever voltage you set with the Classy tool will be just about what you actually get.

The 780 Tis are different. Their voltage overshoots what is set in the Classy tool more than the 780s.
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What card do you have? Fill out your sig. If you have a 780 Classified (non-Ti), whatever voltage you set with the Classy tool will be just about what you actually get.

The 780 Tis are different. Their voltage overshoots what is set in the Classy tool more than the 780s.

His first post said 3 (now 4 as he received another while we were chatting) Ti Classifieds.
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Guys. I got a g2 1300 evga PSU everything works fine
Corsair TX650 everything works fine, but limited overclocked due the low watts.

My friend just bought a Corsair RM1000, he have problems and cant overclock much. Nvidia driver crashes. To low voltage.

I tried the PSU in my computer. And i tried run with the settings i used on my G2, Driver crashed.

Then i tried run from the settings i used to on my Corsair TX650. Driver crash again. here i tried give more voltage. But then the driver just crash after 5 sec, instead of 25 sec.

I read around on the internet that RM1000 is a bad PSU.

It seems to be true ?

Someone got experience with this PSU RM1000

Thanks
post #11217 of 21379
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Originally Posted by swiftypoison View Post

Hey guys!

Looking to "upgrade" from my current GTX 770 to GTX 770 Classy or a GTX 780 Classy. Worthy the extra money??
Skip the GTX 770 Classy, only go with the 780 Classy if you really want to over-clock it yourself, otherwise just wait another 6? months for maxwell and your 770 will do okay in the mean time.
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Originally Posted by Psistorm View Post

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

GPU-Z does not display correctly. There is a post on Kingpincooling by an EVGA engineer stating as such. There also have been countless post about this as well and nobody has gotten GPU-Z to show correctly consistently - especially at higher than stock. The higher you go, the more GPU-Z is usually off.

All TIC cards load higher by .05 volts. Some will load slightly higher, but none will load lower much lower (as in nobody with a DMM has shown lower). Also, higher frequencies will pull more voltage than lower frequencies. This is supposedly more pronounced at higher frequencies and voltages. Hence why some people are .15 over what is set. Heat will also play a part as well, as the hotter the GPU is, the more inefficient it becomes. This isn't much more voltage, but it is enough that you should be aware of.

The danger with increasing voltage in my opinion is the increased wear and tear on the regulation circuitry more than the GPU itself. MrTooShort lost a golden Titan because a VRM blew, not from the core cooking at 1.4 volts. With memory, I'm worried about the memory chips because there are so many of them, and only one has to go bad for your card to be a pretty paperweight. You also have less phases/components feeding it, so any one piece causing spikes makes up a significant chunk of the power delivery for the memory.

If you are on air, eventually adding voltage will lower stability. The GK110 core is very temperature sensitive. Stability at stock may tolerate 95C, at 1.3 volts it could drop into the 60s on some chips.

I monitor my clocks using PX. There is no way to correctly monitor voltages without a DMM. I use GPU-Z to validate my card for the owner's club.
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Hi guys,

New to the forums, have got myself a 780 Ti Classified and have a few questions!!!

I've flashed my 780 Ti with Skyn3t's bios update, downloaded the Classy tool and set it to 1.300. I take it I shouldn't go any higher than 1.300 as I'm on air cooling?

I got core clock speeds of 1310 and memory clocked at 7600 (for now).

Lastly, I chose to flash the LN2 bios on my card. My plan was to use the LN2 bios when going for high benchmarks, but under normal gaming use the normal bios under the normal bios switch. I've run into a problem though as after flashing the LN2 bios I changed back to the normal version and it appears the bios has been applied to this one too. Is this a common issue or did I flash the card incorrectly?

Any help is appreciated!

Thanks
Paul
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Originally Posted by trawetSluaP View Post

Hi guys,

New to the forums, have got myself a 780 Ti Classified and have a few questions!!!

I've flashed my 780 Ti with Skyn3t's bios update, downloaded the Classy tool and set it to 1.300. I take it I shouldn't go any higher than 1.300 as I'm on air cooling?

I got core clock speeds of 1310 and memory clocked at 7600 (for now).

Lastly, I chose to flash the LN2 bios on my card. My plan was to use the LN2 bios when going for high benchmarks, but under normal gaming use the normal bios under the normal bios switch. I've run into a problem though as after flashing the LN2 bios I changed back to the normal version and it appears the bios has been applied to this one too. Is this a common issue or did I flash the card incorrectly?

Any help is appreciated!

Thanks
Paul
I wouldn't do over 1.27v with air UNLESS you are using a multimeter to verify, on air I'd max around 1.32-1.34v (real voltage, not software setting) if your temps are not going sky high (i.e. over 85 deg).

Haven't flashed my card, so will have to defer to someone else.
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