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Wow, my brain is fried after skimming this and the 780 Owner's thread -- great info. Anyway, picked up a 780 Classy with the price cuts that shows up today -- looking forward to seeing how well it will OC on air. I'm not really interested in the hardcore benching most of you do, I just game and want the most out of my card within reason. A few questions before I start:

1.) I plan on seeing what the card will do on its stock bios, and then looking at skynet's posted bios's to see if it'll give me a little extra. To be clear, the latest skynet bios for the 780 Classified is located in this post here correct? The OP's of the respective threads show how to flash so I think I'm good there.

2.) I don't think I'm too keen on having to modify the voltage via the tool and rebooting all of the time, so I'll probably just stick with the 1.212 V max since I'm on air. What are the reasonable ranges of what to expect on the core/mem @ 1.212 V on air?

3.) The LLC mod isn't needed for what I'm doing correct? That wasn't clear to me.

Appreciate it!

With really good airflow and taking thw side panel off I get close to 1300mhz with +600 on the memory bench stable. 1201mhz +500 on the memory game stable. thumb.gif
post #3332 of 21283
When using the Classified Controller is there a way to reset the volts back to default? I've tried restarting, resetting the settings in Afterburner and even flashing the BIOS but the voltage is constant doh.gif
post #3333 of 21283
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Originally Posted by thefogo View Post

When using the Classified Controller is there a way to reset the volts back to default? I've tried restarting, resetting the settings in Afterburner and even flashing the BIOS but the voltage is constant doh.gif

You have to completely take power away from the cards. Resetting won't do it. A full shutdown and unplugging the power cord will do just fine.
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Originally Posted by thefogo View Post

When using the Classified Controller is there a way to reset the volts back to default? I've tried restarting, resetting the settings in Afterburner and even flashing the BIOS but the voltage is constant doh.gif

Shutdown. Don't restart
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Can't believe I didn't think of that redface.gif Thanks biggrin.gif
post #3336 of 21283
I've tried skynets bios but still i dont get any stable clock. With my original bios before flash i ran 135/800 with no problem on air.. I dont even get close now even with higher voltage etc etc.. any ideas?
post #3337 of 21283
Man I'm not sure if it's BF4 or my card is just sucking hard, but I get constant crashes in BF4, even after lowering my clock speeds constantly. My cards runs beautifully at much higher clockspeeds on BF3, but BF4? No way jose. And it's the worst crashes - the game runs perfectly, temps are good, no artifacts, and then after an hour or two WHAM! battlefield stops responding or my PC locks up entirely. I just don't get it anymore.
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Man I'm not sure if it's BF4 or my card is just sucking hard, but I get constant crashes in BF4, even after lowering my clock speeds constantly. My cards runs beautifully at much higher clockspeeds on BF3, but BF4? No way jose. And it's the worst crashes - the game runs perfectly, temps are good, no artifacts, and then after an hour or two WHAM! battlefield stops responding or my PC locks up entirely. I just don't get it anymore.

BF4 is just so buggy at this point. I've been playing BF3 instead because it actually stresses my system. Where, with BF4, I can see usage down to 30%. It doesn't stress my CPU either. I see crazy low usages and it let's me use a higher overclock that isn't stable in BF3. XD I've heard it is better on Win8, but I'm going to wait a week or so before I make the switch to Win8 just for a game. I'll be preoccupied with Ghosts, hopefully they uncapped the framerate like the did in BO2. I don't want 90fps... My poor GPUs don't even go above stock clocks in MW3 while recording.
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It's Buggyfield ya'll... give it time.
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Originally Posted by USFORCES View Post

Can you still run four 780's in quad sli? I'm thinking of getting a couple more classifieds since the prices are coming down now.

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Originally Posted by EVGA-JacobF View Post

3-way is max officially.

You can mod the INF file before installing the drivers to get around it.

If someone wants to lend me two more GTX 780 Classifieds, I'll do the mod for ya and test it out. smile.gif

Just Google "4-way gtx 780 INF". It's for the older beta drivers; but, you should be able to compare the INF files with WinDiff to see what was changed. Then, duplicate that change with the latest drivers.
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