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Thought this was kinda funny lol..Certainly not perfect and pretty sure they're pretty limited atm! lol
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Originally Posted by Heemoh View Post

Tested at +30 v
+100 coreclock

still drivers crash frown.gif

get the afterburner 3.0.0.14 SE (designed for lightning) version for +100mv, 109%PT
try defult normal bios, it's much more stable than others,
Also I'm trying the 326.80 beta driver atm.

mine is set at +200Mhz core(boosts to ~1300) and +200Mhz memory, so far no crush, however some games are just not optimized for the current drivers, you can check the nvdia beta driver feedbacks for more info https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/573374/geforce-drivers/official-nvidia-326-80-beta-display-driver-feedback-thread-released-8-20-13-/

other bios i have tried that can bench higher but won't even stable at ~1250mhz core for gaming, including the defult ln2 bios. It seems ln2 bios requires more voltage with the same settings anyone notice that?
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get the afterburner 3.0.0.14 SE (designed for lightning) version for +100mv, 109%PT
try defult normal bios, it's much more stable than others,
Also I'm trying the 326.80 beta driver atm.

mine is set at +200Mhz core(boosts to ~1300) and +200Mhz memory, so far no crush, however some games are just not optimized for the current drivers, you can check the nvdia beta driver feedbacks for more info https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/573374/geforce-drivers/official-nvidia-326-80-beta-display-driver-feedback-thread-released-8-20-13-/

other bios i have tried that can bench higher but won't even stable at ~1250mhz core for gaming, including the defult ln2 bios. It seems ln2 bios requires more voltage with the same settings anyone notice that?

That is not so strange , since the LN2 bios has lower default base clock and boost clock.
so you need to add more offsets to get to the final number,

anyways ,I don't understand why you guys not tweak the LN2 bios in kepler bios tweaker tool.

it is now set to a variable voltage setting on default .
everything in my book says that is wrong for overclock.

I would tweak the clocks and max boost limit higher then default, and set fixed voltage settings for P00 and P02 directly in bios..

I have a feeling that even with boost disabled , it is still dropping voltages because of the bios variable setting.

you need fixed values in bios for stability.

but that's my opinion.

I also want to buy that svet's vbios tuner , so I can set a power target myself in bios .
im curious if that tool is good.
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Thought this was kinda funny lol..Certainly not perfect and pretty sure they're pretty limited atm! lol

+1 they are far from perfect. Getting their arses kicked by smaller, lesser known companies.
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I just sold my EVGA SC/ACX GTX 780 so I could purchase this card even after reading most of the disappointing posts in this thread. Does anyone think this card will get some support in the future or is it destined to be somewhat mediocre?
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Originally Posted by mycastlex View Post

get the afterburner 3.0.0.14 SE (designed for lightning) version for +100mv, 109%PT
try defult normal bios, it's much more stable than others,
Also I'm trying the 326.80 beta driver atm.

mine is set at +200Mhz core(boosts to ~1300) and +200Mhz memory, so far no crush, however some games are just not optimized for the current drivers, you can check the nvdia beta driver feedbacks for more info https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/573374/geforce-drivers/official-nvidia-326-80-beta-display-driver-feedback-thread-released-8-20-13-/

other bios i have tried that can bench higher but won't even stable at ~1250mhz core for gaming, including the defult ln2 bios. It seems ln2 bios requires more voltage with the same settings anyone notice that?

This needs to be put on the front page of the thread. It gave me such a headache earlier in the thread and I'm sure people don't want to go through all 739838138 million posts.

A non-se version of afterburner doesn't see my VDDC controller, it's best to use the SE version of afterburner. It resolved so many issues for me which I thought were related to custom bios.
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I just sold my EVGA SC/ACX GTX 780 so I could purchase this card even after reading most of the disappointing posts in this thread. Does anyone think this card will get some support in the future or is it destined to be somewhat mediocre?

The truth is that MSI never releases an open bios or open afterburner to the public on any lightning card. There are people who do get them and then they tend to leak out, but its intended for those doing extreme overclocking and for an msi sponsored competition.

If some of these cards clock low or not as high as you'd expect, it's just pure bad luck that your chip isn't all that great.
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The truth is that MSI never releases an open bios or open afterburner to the public on any lightning card. There are people who do get them and then they tend to leak out, but its intended for those doing extreme overclocking and for an msi sponsored competition.

If some of these cards clock low or not as high as you'd expect, it's just pure bad luck that your chip isn't all that great.

I tried every solutions for just be stable at 1080 mhz (1133 boost), doesn't work... Bad luck I think, I will get a new one in 3 days, so I will try with this new one and keep you in touch...

Thanks all of you for your help, and cross fingers for the next one will be a better one and work well...
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Hmmmm the EK Lighting water block should be dropping any day now.

I emailed EK on Monday and they said blocks won't hit their shop for 4 weeks but that they are in testing.
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I emailed EK on Monday and they said blocks won't hit their shop for 4 weeks but that they are in testing.

That's a bummer, I'm waiting for the block before I even attempt to occur this card, hopefully I won't have as hard a time as everyone here, and I would hope Msi provides some sort of support for this card as far as maybe a new bios at least for the overclocking crowd I mean is that now why I just dropped 700$ plus for this reason card lol
    
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