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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

Did you verify that the Bios went onto the LN2 switch? I have always been told to shut down completely, switch, and then use the BIOS or flash.

I guess I should ask, did you check GPU-z to verify the bios had actually switched over properly? more of a curiosity thing than anything else. I always restart after a BIOS flash, and re-install drivers as well then restart again. it may seem like a pain, but i have never had a bad flash, except when I flash the normal bios instead of LN2 by accident.
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Nah I didnt verify if it went onto LN2 Bios. Where in GPU-Z does it say if its stock or LN2. The bios version number changed from the usual .0 to .1
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Hello ! smile.gif

I would have wanted to know how many Mv max under water you recommend to me with my Classy for H24 ? 1.30 > 1.35? I utlise at the moment Rev 2 which turns rather well thumb.gif
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Hrmm flashed LN2 bios with skyn3t only limited to 150% power target? How do I get it to 200?

That bios is set at max 150% power target , but this is just a raio thing and buy setting it to 150% you are getting the sane 900w that you would from other bios that have a 200% power target max

What version bios does it say in GPUZ 80.80.34.00.80 or somthing ells ? (Asking as I'm trying to fix my own issue with this not yours lol )
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Nah I didnt verify if it went onto LN2 Bios. Where in GPU-Z does it say if its stock or LN2. The bios version number changed from the usual .0 to .1

Which should it be after IV flashed with skyn3rev.2bios

Bios version ,with the 00 or 01 ?
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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

Actually the newest voltage tool allows up to 1.5v for the 780 classy and also has pwm control. I think I had the older version under the 780 classy section but the newer version under the 780 ti classy section. all sections now have the newest tool. Anyone with a 780 classy that is using the 2.0 version please grab this version as it will allow you to go to 1.5v and pwm to 571khz.

Classified_v2.0.4.3.zip 203k .zip file
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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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Hello ! smile.gif

I would have wanted to know how many Mv max under water you recommend to me with my Classy for H24 ? 1.30 > 1.35? I utlise at the moment Rev 2 which turns rather well thumb.gif
I am running the Rev 4 on my GTX 780 Classy (which is original production run) and it is solid for me. I was having an issue with the voltage limit always showing as "1" in PX with the included BIOS on this card, which made it hard to properly o/c and this one removed the problem. Also, it is easier to o/c without the GPU boost feature enabled IMO. I wouldn't say the Rev 4 makes the card more stable, but I'd suggest that one over the others for over-clocking.

Well, take these voltages as *ACTUAL* not software settings (i.e. with a DMM). Most people feel comfortable with up to 1.35v for 24/7 and some people are willing to go as high as 1.45v for single benchmark runs. Maxing out the voltage does not always mean the best over-clock though! You have to play around and find the sweet spot.

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Actually the newest voltage tool allows up to 1.5v for the 780 classy and also has pwm control. I think I had the older version under the 780 classy section but the newer version under the 780 ti classy section. all sections now have the newest tool. Anyone with a 780 classy that is using the 2.0 version please grab this version as it will allow you to go to 1.5v and pwm to 571khz.

Classified_v2.0.4.3.zip 203k .zip file
I always assumed PWM setting = fan speed controller? Is this correct or incorrect?
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No. that's a different PWM which is switching frequency of MOSFETs and other parts connected to them. Basically how often do they turn on and off to control voltages.
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Holy baby jesus, 1.5 volts! yeah I think I'll wait till my liquid cooling comes in, cause knowing me and my dumbass will try to push it on air, lol
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Holy baby jesus, 1.5 volts! yeah I think I'll wait till my liquid cooling comes in, cause knowing me and my dumbass will try to push it on air, lol

Ok I just downloaded it to see what it's about, looks like on my voltage controller it's showing 1.65 volts as max....... yeah I'm totally gonna hold off till I get my liquid cooling before I mess with it
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