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I've been looking for a stock GTX 980 Kingpin LN2 BIOS, no dice so far. Upon reattempting the flash to the BIOS in the first post NVFlash says it was successful but a black screen is all I get on reset. Not sure where to go from here.

There should 2 other bios on the card already. Copy one of those with GPU-Z.

If that doesnt work, send evga an email at support@evga.com and ask them for the stock bios (which would be a .exe file and auto flash for you.)
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There should 2 other bios on the card already. Copy one of those with GPU-Z.

If that doesnt work, send evga an email at support@evga.com and ask them for the stock bios (which would be a .exe file and auto flash for you.)

I've done that, and now I can't seem to get the NVFlash command prompt window to recognize nvflash as a command. Not having a whole lot of luck tonight it would seem. I've tried three versions (the one here, most updated on TPU, version on KP site) of NVFlash and all have the same issue.
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I've done that, and now I can't seem to get the NVFlash command prompt window to recognize nvflash as a command. Not having a whole lot of luck tonight it would seem. I've tried three versions (the one here, most updated on TPU, version on KP site) of NVFlash and all have the same issue.

And you are definitely using the modded version of the nvflash correct, the joe dirt version or whatever it is called.
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And you are definitely using the modded version of the nvflash correct, the joe dirt version or whatever it is called.

I most certainly am now. I made the mistake of assuming the version listed under the 980 Kingpin spoiler in the first post was the right version. I'm successfully back to the stock GM204 BIOS on this dip switch. I suppose now that I'm on the right version I could attempt the XOC flash again. To be safe is the 980kp_xoc6C BIOS the one I should be using? I found it on Kingpin's site.
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I most certainly am now. I made the mistake of assuming the version listed under the 980 Kingpin spoiler in the first post was the right version. I'm successfully back to the stock GM204 BIOS on this dip switch. I suppose now that I'm on the right version I could attempt the XOC flash again. To be safe is the 980kp_xoc6C BIOS the one I should be using? I found it on Kingpin's site.

Xoc6c or xoc7c, either should be fine.
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post #20096 of 21376
Hey guys,
I just flashed my EVGA 780 Ti Classified (Tried the skyn3t rev2. Boost Disabled and Boost enabled firmwares) and my EVGA 780 Ti Kingpin (XOCKPETI).
I have triple monitors, and the one connected to the Classified no longer works.
Did fresh driver installs after each firmware update.

Anyone know what could be the cause of this.
I've tried re flashing a couple of times with no luck.

edit: flashed from bootable usb, not windows and every flash said "Successful"


edit2: tried setting both cards back to stock bios (not LN2), hasn't solved the issue.... does this mean either something up with windows, or card is borked?
will try a fresh windows install on a different drive and see if it fixes the issue, starting to get a bit worried though, hope i havent written off one of the cards...

edit3: managed to get the monitor working again going back to the stock bios and changing the cables round in the monitors.
as soon as i boot up with the skyn3t bios (flashed it to the LN2 bios, so flicked the switch), the screen plugged into the classy goes out, also sometimes blue screen for the nvidia sys driver.

anyone else having these issues with the skyn3t bios?
Edited by anti-clockwize - 1/30/16 at 10:50pm
post #20097 of 21376
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Originally Posted by Scarlet-Tech View Post

Xoc6c or xoc7c, either should be fine.

Well, I appreciate all your help but it would seem that regardless of the BIOS I use the card hard locks at +150Mhz Core Clock. Although the BIOS number listed in GPU-Z doesn't seem to change when I flash to either the XOC6C or the XOC7C so maybe it's just user error.

+Rep!
post #20098 of 21376
I have a block on my classified but the temps are around 60 C during full load since it is coupled with my CPU that runs about 65-70 C during full load on the Predator 360.
Is it worth upping the pump speed without upping the fans on the Predator 360?

Anyone tried it?

My second classified is on an H55/G10 combo and also hovers around 60 C.

How can I bring these temps down to about 50 C?
post #20099 of 21376
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I have a block on my classified but the temps are around 60 C during full load since it is coupled with my CPU that runs about 65-70 C during full load on the Predator 360.
Is it worth upping the pump speed without upping the fans on the Predator 360?

Anyone tried it?

My second classified is on an H55/G10 combo and also hovers around 60 C.

How can I bring these temps down to about 50 C?

My 980ti classified is coupled with my cpu that is water cooled. i have a D5 pump that is level 3 in pump speed. before it was 5 but i made it 3. then fan is full speed if temps is 60c and up.
my gpu is not reaching that temps. during gaming my gpu is at 45-55c only with temps on my cpu similar to yours. i have a thin thermaltake radiator the pacific R360.
i cannot remember reaching the temps that you have on your gpu bro. maybe with the thermal pads?

but i noticed you have a 5930k biggrin.gif


Edited by voidfahrenheit - 1/31/16 at 12:56am
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I think I will do the following things:
- Reapply thermal paste on CPU (I think I applied too little)
- Move pump to a separate header on the board
- Add 2-3 more fans for push/pull

Should bring the temps down a bit.
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