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Now just just need to make it into a single slot bracket wink.gif Exciting stuff.

Didn't even think about that, that doesn't sound fun lol
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I just installed my 780 ti classified, the card boosts to 1150Mhz out of the box at 1.175v, does that seem accurate? Also when I went to 'voltage' in evga precision tool, max I can increase the voltage is by 75mv, wouldn't that go past 1.212v, or is 1.212v max you can set volts to on stock bios? I'm not sure, I'm new to this stuff. I'm not planning on running insane clocks, if I could get extra 50-100mhz on the core that would be fantastic, this would be on air not custom cooling.

Read the post directly above yours..... Precision and afterburner do not control voltage at all. So, the +75 does +0.

Also, are you on the normal switch or LN2. I find that normal boosts really well without any extra voltage from anywhere. It also scores well on benchmarks. The Ln2 bios seems to boost higher, but at the same voltage and clocks, it scores slightly lower (a couple hundred points, not much lower). If you are on the stock bios, you may be seeing limitations. There is this thread, full of useful info (search this thread in the top right is really useful) and the classified thread on EVGA has some good info as well. Take a little time to read page one here, and you will find a lot of stuff there.
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You can get +63/75 mV via P-X without issues, it does get added on.

What I meant was that for 24/7 usage, the clocks from the +63/75 mV to 1.212V (which will likely be closer to 1.25-1.275V for the 780 Ti versions) should suffice for any realistic situation. Of course one can get higher clocks at higher volts, that's where the KPE also has an advantage. It provides another 50mV through hardware dipswitches as well.
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You can get +63/75 mV via P-X without issues, it does get added on.

What I meant was that for 24/7 usage, the clocks from the +63/75 mV to 1.212V (which will likely be closer to 1.25-1.275V for the 780 Ti versions) should suffice for any realistic situation. Of course one can get higher clocks at higher volts, that's where the KPE also has an advantage. It provides another 50mV through hardware dipswitches as well.

I need to check mine. Last time I tried to add anything with Px, it showed nothing through my DMM. If I left it at stock (no extra mv with px or classy tool) , and benchmarks the normal bios, it would auto boost to 1.27 or so. But Px never seemed to have an effect.
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Did you have load on the GPU? If not, the added voltage will not get reflected.
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Read the post directly above yours..... Precision and afterburner do not control voltage at all. So, the +75 does +0.

Also, are you on the normal switch or LN2. I find that normal boosts really well without any extra voltage from anywhere. It also scores well on benchmarks. The Ln2 bios seems to boost higher, but at the same voltage and clocks, it scores slightly lower (a couple hundred points, not much lower). If you are on the stock bios, you may be seeing limitations. There is this thread, full of useful info (search this thread in the top right is really useful) and the classified thread on EVGA has some good info as well. Take a little time to read page one here, and you will find a lot of stuff there.

I believe I'm on normal 'stock' bios, as I haven't switched anything on the card itself, just added the backplate and installed the card.

And yes I have some reading to do, btw, just for reference, what is a max/stable overclock on the core I could expect on stock bios/voltage. Is 50-75mhz feasible.
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I believe I'm on normal 'stock' bios, as I haven't switched anything on the card itself, just added the backplate and installed the card.

And yes I have some reading to do, btw, just for reference, what is a max/stable overclock on the core I could expect on stock bios/voltage. Is 50-75mhz feasible.

On normal, I usually run +62 (plus the boost of GPU Boost 2.0) and have no issues. Under heavy/multiple benchmarks, I may get one driver crash.
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Did you have load on the GPU? If not, the added voltage will not get reflected.

Like I was saying. I can add the mV through Px, and bench... Or leave the mV alone and bench, and both seem to have the exact same results on a DMM. I will try it again tomorrow night when I get home.
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Hi guys, I just put my GTX 780 Classified under water and I'm getting excellent temperatures, idling at ~24C and at load in Heaven 4.0 / FireStrike Extreme I'm getting around ~45-50C stock speeds. I'm using Skynet's Rev.4 BIOS on the LN2 BIOS switch. My question is how to I get my card to startup at Windows with higher voltages than just the 1.212 max that EVGA Precision X allows? I've downloaded the Classified.exe voltage tuner and I've gotten my card stable at 1300 Core / 1700 Memory @ 1.3v. At that voltage, I never see the card go above 58C. But when I restart my machine, it defaults back to the 1.212 voltage. Is there any way to make the 1.3v voltage stick? Also, is 1.3v a safe voltage for everyday gaming? I know it's higher than NVIDIA's 1.212v, so I'm guessing it's probably not, but my temps are quite good.

Any input would be welcome,

Thanks!
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Hello guys, i am trying to flash my old evbot (i use it for X58 Classi board, have that firm) with my 780Ti Classi, with this guide:

http://forums.evga.com/tm.aspx?m=88042#1991257

The problem is i can´t even star the Evbot flash program, give me this error:

This device is not support

Any tips?

Thanks all and a good weekend for everybody.

Nacho
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