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Thank you so much for sharing all this, so few people have actually gotten a card, let alone shared their overclocking results, and finally we get confirmation that the GTX Classified Controller is working properly on the 780, and that there are several modded BIOS available already that has the Power Limit solved

There is no doubt in my mind that in the end a overclocked Classified 780 will indeed beat a overclocked Titan, but the issue is temps, so it would require a water-block for it to actually become usable for 24/7 usage

Also looking forward to seeing how your EVBot behaves, if you can get it working properly, as you might be one of the first ones to try it.

Another thing, if there isn't too much trouble it would be interesting to see how high you could actually get with stock max voltage (~1.2), and then again but with max voltage through the GTX Controller (~1.35), too see how much of a difference it really makes, because there are several people that got 1300+ stable without even touching the GTX Controller. Of course extend it even further after that with EVBot, simply to see the difference you can achieve going from the GTX Controller to the EVBot. But this all requires you to try and find the highest possible clock for the mentioned voltages, so I understand if you think that's too time consuming.

Anyway keep up the good work!
post #82 of 21355
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Originally Posted by zhrooms View Post

Thank you so much for sharing all this, so few people have actually gotten a card, let alone shared their overclocking results, and finally we get confirmation that the GTX Classified Controller is working properly on the 780, and that there are several modded BIOS available already that has the Power Limit solved

There is no doubt in my mind that in the end a overclocked Classified 780 will indeed beat a overclocked Titan, but the issue is temps, so it would require a water-block for it to actually become usable for 24/7 usage

Also looking forward to seeing how your EVBot behaves, if you can get it working properly, as you might be one of the first ones to try it.

Another thing, if there isn't too much trouble it would be interesting to see how high you could actually get with stock max voltage (~1.2), and then again but with max voltage through the GTX Controller (~1.35), too see how much of a difference it really makes, because there are several people that got 1300+ stable without even touching the GTX Controller. Of course extend it even further after that with EVBot, simply to see the difference you can achieve going from the GTX Controller to the EVBot. But this all requires you to try and find the highest possible clock for the mentioned voltages, so I understand if you think that's too time consuming.

Anyway keep up the good work!
The power limit wasn't really the problem as that was a easy fix, extracting the values to remove the Boost 2.0 was more of an issue.
Point here being without slv7 we couldn't compare extract them and it would've taken a lot of work.
post #83 of 21355
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Well this finally just came. I have to wait until I get off work to try it. Hopefully Kingpin is right and it can take it to the moon.






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post #84 of 21355
You mentioned temps getting around 90c at max power. I had unusual temp difference when benching between the two GPU's (avg about 10C- 12c) and removed the back of my Classifieds to check out the GPU and Heatsink. On both the thermal paste application was horrible (thick, layered and spilling over onto non-contact surface) so I cleaned it up and reapplied. This is one thing eVGA will let you do w/o breaking your warranty. Right now I'm just gaming until paste settles, but may be something you might want to check out if your temps continue to be high during benching.

Keep up the good work! thumb.gif
post #85 of 21355
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holy crap. EVBOT is going up to 1.8v on the vcore. Of course I didn't apply that but I just tried 1.36 and it worked. I applied it on the evbot and now when I open the software voltage tool it shows the volts I just applied in evbot. I will get pictures now. This could be really amazing.
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post #86 of 21355
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i can't get the evbot screen to photograph with my crappy camera. but after I applied the voltage on the evbot I opened the software overvoltage tool I was using before which actually reports the correct voltage when first opened up and you can see in the screen shot it says 1.4v. I am going to do some runs now to see if my temps and power percentage go up, but it seems to be working.

You have to flash the evbot to be able to use it without an evga motherboard but it works great. The numbers go up to 1.8v.


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post #87 of 21355
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Instructions on how to flash evbot for gpu use without EVGA motherboard -

Windows Installation for GTX 680 & 780 Classified

•Download the .zip file below:

EVBot_P26.zip 541k .zip file


•Connect the EVBot cable to the MB port located on the EVBot device.
•Connect the other end of the EVBot cable to your graphics card.
•Extract contents of above .zip file and run EVBotFlashTool.exe
•Select the bundled .hex file for flashing.
•Hold down the EVBot POWER button for 7 seconds until you see the EVBot screen display FLASH MODE.
•Click OK in EVBot Flash Tool to being the flashing process.
•After flash is complete, unplug EVBot, then plug it back in to any EVBot port.
Warning:
**Do not restart or interrupt your PC while the flash is ongoing


I have added all the instructions and different files I have found and collected and confirmed working to the First Page to help with the Classified's.
Edited by strong island 1 - 7/23/13 at 8:40pm
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post #88 of 21355
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1.4v, I am going to do some runs now to see if my temps and power percentage go up, but it seems to be working.

Crazy, but is this correct so far?

Confirmed
GTX Classified Controller is working properly up to 1.35v
EVBot is working properly goes all the way up to 1.8v
GTX Classified Controller is reporting correct EVBot Voltages
BIOS available that solves power limit for Software Voltage (Up to 1.35v)

Unconfirmed
BIOS available that solves power limit for Hardware Voltage (Up to 1.8v)

Edited by zhrooms - 7/24/13 at 1:58am
post #89 of 21355
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Crazy, but is this correct so far?

Confirmed
GTX Classified Controller is working properly up to 1.35v
EVBot is working properly goes all the way up to 1.8v
GTX Classified Controller is reporting correct EVBot Voltages
BIOS available that solves power limit for Software Voltage (Up to 1.35v)

Unconfirmed
BIOS available that solves power limit for Hardware Voltage (Up to 1.8v)


I can't confirm it will actually let you do 1.8v. I was just saying that it had it as an option. You just keep pushing the up arrow until you get to a voltage you want and hit apply and it says "ok". I kept pushing the up arrow and 1.8v was the final number I could go to. So far I applied 1.4v and then when I opened the software voltage controller it said exactly what I enetered into evbot so I think that should confirm it works, I am kind of afraid to go higher but I will. I am going to do some benching now.

The bios I have still has some room. I think I could go to 1.4v without throttling. I will let you guys know at what point I start to throttle on the custom bios I am using by skyn3t.

I emailed Kingpin and he replied back saying he heard a bios would be out in a few days that will totally unlock the cards. I really hope that's true. I might have to get a universal gpu block to control temps until the HC's are out.
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post #90 of 21355
Did you re-flash the original LN2 bios before checking EVBot's voltages? Wonder if it comes up with different volt limit --- I think the modified bio you are using from this forum may be the bios for the eVGA 780 HC (but not certain). You can usually tell on the Nvflash prompt screen asking you "confirm, skip, abort" -- last 4 digits of the bios version number identifies the card part number, so your current bios mod is the evga HC bios (2789).
Edited by pharma57 - 7/24/13 at 2:28am
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