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So Heaven stresses these cards more than Valley?

Yeah heaven 4.0 is more stressful then valley. And 3dmark11 and firestrike are more stressful then both valley and heaven.
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Yeah heaven 4.0 is more stressful then valley. And 3dmark11 and firestrike are more stressful then both valley and heaven.

So weird, I can have stable clocks in Fire Strike and /Extreme, but as soon as I run Heaven, there is artifacting. It could be that Fire Strike is a lot darker of a video/benchmark whereas Heaven is brighter with its skies and stuff. So it is easier to notice maybe.
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Check and make sure its not something to do with your memory overclock. Valley and heaven are known to love memory overclock and scale well with memory increase.
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Which program is more accurate in regards to GPU clocks, GPU Z or EVGA Precision? At +190 core using the skyn3t rev4 BIOS flashed onto my 780 Classy, EVGA precision reads 1293Mhz while GPU Z reads exactly 1300Mhz. Anyone?

Last of all, would it be possible to modify skyn3t's BIOS and up the voltage to 1.25v? I don't want to apply a higher voltage using the Classy Voltage Tool whenever I turn my PC on.

Update: Just ran Valley and it states my 780 Classy is running at 1300Mhz. Hmmmm...

Unigine Heaven benchmark also reports 1300Mhz at +190 (using skyn3t bios) on the core using EVGA Precision.
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I think I'm just going to throw in the towel. There are too many variables for me to find 3 or 4 good profiles for daily use. I can do 1385mhz on air but I don't remember what I had set the voltage to lol.

I think I'm going to settle around 1250mhz and call it a day! Flashing to skyn3t with boost enabled to see how that is.

Also, is ftw_2002 the same as xti? Are they better than skyn3t's? There isn't much info on them on the OP on page 1.
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Is there any chance of adding a description to the different bios on the first page? Or if nothing else can someone reply with the descriptions and I'll take notes.
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Which program is more accurate in regards to GPU clocks, GPU Z or EVGA Precision? At +190 core using the skyn3t rev4 BIOS flashed onto my 780 Classy, EVGA precision reads 1293Mhz while GPU Z reads exactly 1300Mhz. Anyone?

Last of all, would it be possible to modify skyn3t's BIOS and up the voltage to 1.25v? I don't want to apply a higher voltage using the Classy Voltage Tool whenever I turn my PC on.

Update: Just ran Valley and it states my 780 Classy is running at 1300Mhz. Hmmmm...

Unigine Heaven benchmark also reports 1300Mhz at +190 (using skyn3t bios) on the core using EVGA Precision.

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Which program is more accurate in regards to GPU clocks, GPU Z or EVGA Precision? At +190 core using the skyn3t rev4 BIOS flashed onto my 780 Classy, EVGA precision reads 1293Mhz while GPU Z reads exactly 1300Mhz. Anyone?

Last of all, would it be possible to modify skyn3t's BIOS and up the voltage to 1.25v? I don't want to apply a higher voltage using the Classy Voltage Tool whenever I turn my PC on.

Update: Just ran Valley and it states my 780 Classy is running at 1300Mhz. Hmmmm...

Unigine Heaven benchmark also reports 1300Mhz at +190 (using skyn3t bios) on the core using EVGA Precision.

780s use 13 Mhz bins. So if you are above the bin, you get dropped down to it. 1300 Mhz is in the 1293 bin, so your card runs at 1296. Heaven and GPU-Z don't read this correctly. IIRC the first page of the 780 ti owners club may show the chart if your curious.
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I think I'm just going to throw in the towel. There are too many variables for me to find 3 or 4 good profiles for daily use. I can do 1385mhz on air but I don't remember what I had set the voltage to lol.

I think I'm going to settle around 1250mhz and call it a day! Flashing to skyn3t with boost enabled to see how that is.

Also, is ftw_2002 the same as xti? Are they better than skyn3t's? There isn't much info on them on the OP on page 1.
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Is there any chance of adding a description to the different bios on the first page? Or if nothing else can someone reply with the descriptions and I'll take notes.

XTi, FtW2002, and evga's secret bios are all the same IIRC. I can't remember who verified that. If not, they are VERY similar. I don't recall ever gaining anything going from FTW2002 to XTI to the latest EVGA email bios. I can't recall anyone else either getting anything different from them.

Skyn3t has several, they all are similar. He builds them off what is already out there which are the above. The latest is probably the "best" if you need to crown one in regards to the TiC. It is built off the official evga bios that you need to email them for.

I run the latest skyn3t with no issues on a TiC. Have no real gains from previous releases either from him. The main differences in skyn3t releases has to do with how the power target is handled (and how much) along with boost settings.

For the regular Classy, I think the second to last and the last bios he released are the one's most classy users use.
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Thanks for the replies and + rep goes to Deaf Jam and MrTOOSHORT.

Question, I know a lot of folks here claim that their max stable clocks is such and such but what I'm thinking is, what makes a card truly stable? I can run my 780 Classy at 1350Mhz for 2 hours running Unigine Heaven and before it crashes yet I can play BF4/Crysis 3 for hours on end without issue. I doubt many of these folks at their max "stable" clocks can run Heaven for 2+ hours without issue let alone 24/7 like some may claim. I guess if they can game without issue, they can say their max clocks are 24/7 stable even though they never play for that long....
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My max is 1293 @1.212v. I'm happy with that. Almost made 50th place in the top 100 fire strike hall of fame.
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