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I'd contact EVGA. I'm sure they will have no problem giving you the codes.

it's worth a shot I guess smile.gif
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I flashed skyn3ts custom BIOS for AB for my 780Ti. Yet when I open AB with the proper settings checked for unlocking voltage, the slider is greyed out and I cannot change voltage as if it is still locked. Any ideas?
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Go to first page and scroll down to 780Ti Classified section. Download Classified Controller. Now, you have voltage unlock.
    
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Go to first page and scroll down to 780Ti Classified section. Download Classified Controller. Now, you have voltage unlock.

I thought I needed the ftw bios or the tool will BSOD.

I can change the voltage now using AB Beta 18.
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Go to first page and scroll down to 780Ti Classified section. Download Classified Controller. Now, you have voltage unlock.

I thought I needed the ftw bios or the tool will BSOD.

I can change the voltage now using AB Beta 18.

no the classy tool 2.0 on the front page changes the voltage. don't touch the voltage settings within afterburner. Only use ab for power/temp limit and core/mem speeds
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no the classy tool 2.0 on the front page changes the voltage. don't touch the voltage settings within afterburner. Only use ab for power/temp limit and core/mem speeds

I was able to change the voltage up to 1.212v in Afterburner before I saw your reply.

Running the Classified tool and setting NVVDD to 1.2v and hitting apply does not seem to change the voltage listed in NVIDIA Inspector.
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no the classy tool 2.0 on the front page changes the voltage. don't touch the voltage settings within afterburner. Only use ab for power/temp limit and core/mem speeds

I was able to change the voltage up to 1.212v in Afterburner before I saw your reply.

Running the Classified tool and setting NVVDD to 1.2v and hitting apply does not seem to change the voltage listed in NVIDIA Inspector.

you wont see the changes in any software. You just have to trust it works or measure it with a volt meter. You can tell by your temps and power% used during benching.
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you wont see the changes in any software. You just have to trust it works or measure it with a volt meter. You can tell by your temps and power% used during benching.

Got it, thanks.
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if you only want to use 1.212v so voltage will throttle down when not in use it's ok to use AB /PX voltage controll just dont run the classified tool while using AB/PX to controll voltage thumb.gif
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my 780 ti classy is hitting 1400 mhz on air with 1.35v. temps around 85c, alot of artifacts but it passes the run
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