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Originally Posted by mrlance View Post

And 3d mark 2011 display driver crashes in the beginning of graphics test 3.

That means the card need more voltage.
Try with:
power target @ 120%( prioritized)
Gtx classy controller: NVVDD 1.35
FBVDD 1.70
PEXVDD1.050(stock)

And Fan speed 80%

Which bios do you use?
Edited by WebTourist - 4/14/14 at 1:35pm
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Originally Posted by WebTourist View Post

That means the card need more voltage.
Try with:
power target @ 120%( prioritized)
Gtx classy controller: NVVDD 1.35
FBVDD 1.70
PEXVDD1.050(stock)

And Fan speed 80%

Which bios do you use?

I'm using the skyn3t rev 4 bios at the moment. Also this might sound stupid, but I was doing some cable management, and realized I might have only plugged in 14 pins instead of 18 when I got it, for some reason I kept thinking it was only a 8 pin and 6 pin connector, whoops!
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Correction, 16 pins, lol
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That is a nice pump, but I haven't used ones myself. I will have to consider it. Thanks.
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.

The voltage you set in the classy tool becomes the voltage and does not add to any base voltage. Use afterburner for you power/temp limit and clock/mem speeds and use the classy tool for voltage control. don't use the afterburner voltage control while using the classy tool.
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The voltage you set in the classy tool becomes the voltage and does not add to any base voltage. Use afterburner for you power/temp limit and clock/mem speeds and use the classy tool for voltage control. don't use the afterburner voltage control while using the classy tool.

Awesome. Extremely helpful. I didn't want a card to go poof by accidentally giving it insane voltage, although the tool limits it to 1.35 volts if I understand correctly. + rep
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Massive problem Please help

For some reason it does not matter what bios I flash my card's with the max power target will not go over 150% ?

yesterday it did do it , when I was using skyn3trev.1bios i saw 200% but I had a crash when over clocking the mem , so I reflashed to the skyn3rev.2bios , but it is not giving me 200% any more and some other things to seem correct either .

This seems to be after the mem over clock crash ? that cards did not over heat for anything like that , i just had screen freeze with massive artifacting and i had to do a manual restart , the mem was set to +500 when it crashed I jumped from 300 to 500.

Any ideas what the trouble is here and any idea how to fix it ?

Although the time it worked correctly i flashed using Nvflash each time it has not worked iv used EZflash ?
(trouble is i dont understand how to use Nvflash as i had a frined do it and they are not around any more )

do you think could be the issue ?

UPDATE.. I can get skyn3rev.1bios to flash and give me the 200% max power target now.

BUT still the rev.2 will only give me 150% ..WHY ? what am i doing wrong , this is soooo frustrating grrrrrrr

please help

It really is starting to feel like maybe I have installed it correctly and my cards are working fine BUT this rev.2 is actually set to 150% max power target and the read me is wrong ? has any body ells used the skyn3rev.2bios , and if so what is their available max power target , 150% or 200% ?
Edited by Sleepyluke - 4/15/14 at 4:14am
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Hardware Asylum has a new review of the Evga Backplate for the 780 ti Classified ... pretty good install instructions and test results.







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These backplates are a true optional accessory and when I reviewed the GTX 780 Ti Classified KPE (Kingpin Edition) I was surprised to see that they included one. At first I figured this was in response to this being a higher end product and was included to help justify the higher cost. It wasn’t until I modified my own ACX heatspreader that I realized the backplate was actually required to compensate for the KPE design. (doh! moment) Also during that review I didn’t consider the backplate to be a cooling accessory considering that the backplate isn’t a traditional heatsink and only scavenges from the backside of the GPU.

Likewise any thermal advantages from this are only realized up until the backplate reaches a saturation point. For instance our Cryptography benchmark had an ending so you can see a definite thermal advantage which can be measured at the GPU and by the physical temperature of the backplate. Running a longer benchmark would still allow the GPU to reach the non-backplate temperatures. It just takes considerably longer for it to happen.


http://www.hardwareasylum.com/articles/modding/evga_backplate
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Do i turn off the PC then flick the switch to the LN2 version then flash? Or am i able to flick it over while in windows still?

answered my own question.. Yes it can be flicked over while the OS is up and running Snorkle.gif
Edited by z0ki - 4/15/14 at 5:36am
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Hrmm flashed LN2 bios with skyn3t only limited to 150% power target? How do I get it to 200?
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Don't worry about Power target to 200%. You will never use that much. 150% is plenty.
    
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