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EVGA GTX 780 Classified.

Rev 4 is meant for the Non Ti 780 Classified, so yes it is compatible :-)
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OK thumb.gif by seeing the name of bios " 80.80. " I believed in a version of Classy with a new chip as it is the case to 780 "classic" other small question has you he a big difference side stability oc between Rev 2 and 4 there?
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You could do something similar to what I did.


Awesome, I was thinking that I might have to do something like that. Does having that many 90 degree bends cut down on the flow too significantly? Mine would be pump>gpu2>gpu1>280 rad>480 rad>res. The MCP 655 currently provides plenty of flow.

That is an awesome setup by the way.
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A nice mcp35x or similar pump will handle those restrictions without much trouble.
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Is your computer running? If so you are fine :-)

It does say boost disabled, but the base clock is 1084.5 not 1188. The major question is, did you buddy flash the PX (precision x) or ab (afterburner) rom. I am not sure if it makes any difference, but they are both in the zip file.

You can try Rev. 2, as it shouldn't hurt to give it a go. The Rev 1 bios was based off of the first release bios that wasn't fantastic. Rev 2 is based on a much later release that was much better.

Awesome thx for this info :-) I feel much calmer now thank you :-)

Please can you help me to understand the "DB" and " boost" disabled ,
Are you saying that both the skyn3t rev.1 and rev.2 bios have disabled boost ?
And if so help me to understand ... If my card base clock is 1085 and IV overclocked it to 1202 ... I see it running on idel at 1085 and then when I push with some work like benching ... It moves upto 1202 ? Isn't that boosting ?

I apologise , as I'm very new to the bios OCing and I'm probably missing something totaly obvious.
Thanks again for your fast reply and I hope you have the time to further explain some of this.

From what you have said , I will probably flash the rev.2 boos tonight when my buddy gets back online to hold my hand lol
post #11276 of 21377
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EVGA GTX 780 Classified.

Rev 4 should be compatible with your card. I do not have
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Awesome thx for this info :-) I feel much calmer now thank you :-)

Please can you help me to understand the "DB" and " boost" disabled ,
Are you saying that both the skyn3t rev.1 and rev.2 bios have disabled boost ?
And if so help me to understand ... If my card base clock is 1085 and IV overclocked it to 1202 ... I see it running on idel at 1085 and then when I push with some work like benching ... It moves upto 1202 ? Isn't that boosting ?

I apologise , as I'm very new to the bios OCing and I'm probably missing something totaly obvious.
Thanks again for your fast reply and I hope you have the time to further explain some of this.

From what you have said , I will probably flash the rev.2 boos tonight when my buddy gets back online to hold my hand lol

no apologies, everyone starts with questions :-)

The Boost Disabled should only be for NVidia GPU Boost 2.0, and disabling it. I am not entirely sure how it works, but when I install SkyN3T Bios' I get a lot of black screens and shut downs. My cards do not like them.

I want to run Rev 2, and see what it will be able to do, now that I have another power supply. I just have to figure out where the issue is that it has, and what causes the shut downs of the display output. I am going to start by removing the drivers, and then running the BIOS updates, then reinstalling everything.

Until then, hopefully someone can help explain the Boost Disabled, as I figure it is tied directly into GPU Boost 2.0 and not into the boost from 1085 to the higher settings, as every card I have starts at 1085 until it is pushed, and then it moves up to the setting that I activated.
Edited by Scarlet-Tech - 4/14/14 at 5:57am
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post #11277 of 21377
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Awesome, I was thinking that I might have to do something like that. Does having that many 90 degree bends cut down on the flow too significantly? Mine would be pump>gpu2>gpu1>280 rad>480 rad>res. The MCP 655 currently provides plenty of flow.

I'm pretty sure your pump can handle a situation like that, although I only have experience with the 355s.
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That is an awesome setup by the way.

Thanks! Wiring and tubing isn't final yet, but it will do for a while. System is running smoothly smile.gif
post #11278 of 21377
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A nice mcp35x or similar pump will handle those restrictions without much trouble.

That is a nice pump, but I haven't used ones myself. I will have to consider it. Thanks.
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I'm pretty sure your pump can handle a situation like that, although I only have experience with the 355s.
Thanks! Wiring and tubing isn't final yet, but it will do for a while. System is running smoothly smile.gif

That is what I was thinking. My CPU loop includes the motherboard and two rads. The MCP 655 for that loop does just fine. If I end up needing more flow, then I can always get the 35. Thanks. My motherboard has about 3 slots between the cards too. I may just be able to connect them directly instead of using the 90 degree fittings. It would take the flow question out of the equation.

The classified over voltage tool. Does the core slider add to the base voltage or is the core slider the total core voltage? My plan would be to continue using Afterburner.
Edited by Bishop07764 - 4/14/14 at 6:24am
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Hey guys, I'm trying to get a rock stable overclock on my Classy on air right now before my liquid cooling arrives. here's the config right now using precision X and classy controller:
1301mhz core(+190)
1802mhz memory(+600)
power target @ 120%( prioritized)
Gtx classy controller: NVVDD 1.30625
FBVDD 1.61
PEXVDD1.050(stock)
unning on the new 337.50 beta bios

Unigine valley plays through with a final score of 4053, however there is some screen tearing in between. And 3d mark 2011 display driver crashes in the beginning of graphics test 3. Temp peak under load hits 76C in unigine valley, and idle at 46C. Any ideas?
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Hey guys, I'm trying to get a rock stable overclock on my Classy on air right now before my liquid cooling arrives. here's the config right now using precision X and classy controller:
1301mhz core(+190)
1802mhz memory(+600)
power target @ 120%( prioritized)
Gtx classy controller: NVVDD 1.30625
FBVDD 1.61
PEXVDD1.050(stock)
unning on the new 337.50 beta bios

Unigine valley plays through with a final score of 4053, however there is some screen tearing in between. And 3d mark 2011 display driver crashes in the beginning of graphics test 3. Temp peak under load hits 76C in unigine valley, and idle at 46C. Any ideas?

Try and keep temps under 70c to prevent artifacting and driver crashing. On air cooling your pushing it with that voltage. You can leave your memory stock and see how far your core goes then go mess with memory overclock.
Your waisitng your time if your already planning on water cooling. Wait to then and then you can find a nice 24/7 overclock
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