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If you had AB installed you need to uninstall it first.

I had the same issue with my windforce cards, bsod loop every time I restarted. To fix it I went into safe mode and uninstalled AB, used CCleaner to get all the crap out, then restarted in safe mode and used DDU to uninstall the driver, restart and install fresh driver and I've had no issues since.

You MUST uninstall AB, especially if you have it starting on boot and minimizing. AB doesn't work properly on 780ti, it causes many issues, better off with Precision.

I will try this today , thank you
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I will try this today , thank you

Try in these steps.

1. Uninstall Afterburner, Precision, OCGuru...whatever clocking tool you use.
2. Clean with CCleaner (or preferred regedit tool).
3. Flash new bios.
4. Restart (can restart into safe mode if you use DDU).
5. Uninstall drivers, restart.
6. Load new drivers.
7. Load Precision (do not use AB on 780ti).
8. Enjoy moar voltz biggrin.gif

Skyn3t Gigabyte bios works perfectly, the one you have from front page of this thread is the right one.

Also, if you tried any other mod, like the LLC one, make sure that is uninstalled (there is one that starts with boot of Windows).
Edited by Joeking78 - 12/25/13 at 2:37am
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Are you using skynet bios ?
yes.
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If you had AB installed you need to uninstall it first.
Thanks a lot, i will try soon.
Edited by kimi27 - 12/25/13 at 2:40am
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Originally Posted by Joeking78 View Post

Try in these steps.

1. Uninstall Afterburner, Precision, OCGuru...whatever clocking tool you use.
2. Clean with CCleaner (or preferred regedit tool).
3. Flash new bios.
4. Restart (can restart into safe mode if you use DDU).
5. Uninstall drivers, restart.
6. Load new drivers.
7. Load Precision (do not use AB on 780ti).
8. Enjoy moar voltz biggrin.gif

Skyn3t Gigabyte bios works perfectly, the one you have from front page of this thread is the right one.

Also, if you tried any other mod, like the LLC one, make sure that is uninstalled (there is one that starts with boot of Windows).

I did everything u suggested and it seems that my computer does not restart anymore , just driver crashes. The bad thing is that on stock i was doing core 1256 and with the extra volts i cant finish heaven at 1276 , so if there is any improvement it will not be much. my max temps are 61 degrees. Anyways going from max volts of 1,187 to 1,21 does not look like much.. hope there is option for more in the future

Also my gpu-z report 10 mhz more then evga .. which one is real lol...i think gpu-z, since is the same as nvidia inspector and the same az heaven benchmark report
Edited by xabierr - 12/25/13 at 3:38am
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I did everything u suggested and it seems that my computer does not restart anymore , just driver crashes. The bad thing is that on stock i was doing core 1256 and with the extra volts i cant finish heaven at 1276 , so if there is any improvement it will not be much. my max temps are 61 degrees. Anyways going from max volts of 1,187 to 1,21 does not look like much.. hope there is option for more in the future

Also my gpu-z report 10 mhz more then evga .. which one is real lol...i think gpu-z

Which drivers are you using? I'm using the latest drivers, 331.82.

Are you using Precision? In the voltage section make sure you are applying additional volts to both cards and clicking apply, and that Sync is on, also I unlink PT & temp target setting 115% PT and 95 temp...just trying to think of ways to get you higher on core clock.

Another thing I found is that with 3DMark11 I couldn't run over 1241 core, but on Firestrike & Valley I could run 1295, maybe worth trying out a few benchmarks.

I didn't move much in terms of core clock with my Windforce cards...stock volts I could hit 1241, with Skyn3t I could hit 1295...you have to hit the silicon lottery to get a nice clocking chip, average chips hit a core clock wall a lot sooner.
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Which drivers are you using? I'm using the latest drivers, 331.82.

Are you using Precision? In the voltage section make sure you are applying additional volts to both cards and clicking apply, and that Sync is on, also I unlink PT & temp target setting 115% PT and 95 temp...just trying to think of ways to get you higher on core clock.

Another thing I found is that with 3DMark11 I couldn't run over 1241 core, but on Firestrike & Valley I could run 1295, maybe worth trying out a few benchmarks.

I didn't move much in terms of core clock with my Windforce cards...stock volts I could hit 1241, with Skyn3t I could hit 1295...you have to hit the silicon lottery to get a nice clocking chip, average chips hit a core clock wall a lot sooner.

I have tried everything already.

About benchmarks , what i do is use heaven and then the real benchmark for me bf4 smile.gif on stock , i can go up to 1256 on heaven but for bf4 i have to downclock to 1224.

I think the only way for me to go up in clocks is if i can get 1.25 volts....waiting for the next afterburner , hope the volt hack works with it.

Thx for your help smile.gif
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Hey guys, I'm curious as to the pricing of the Titan vs the 780 TI. Since the 780 TI is a better and faster card @ ~$700, why would anyone in their right mind pick up a Titan for ~ $1000?

max settings surround... Though, to run those max settings properly in surround you need 3x of them... I can consume above 3gb pretty easily in any of these new titles with even 2x MSAA & that's in 1080p surround, so 1440p or 1600p would consume 3gb in a heart beat, & really the competition between the two are rather close when you figure in that 780Ti is stuck @ 1.212v
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Hi i was wondering what are the max volts for evga classfied 780 ti on air?if gpu require more volts just to get stable OC does it mean its a crap card? and what is the max safe temps?

Waylander
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Hello everyone, GTX 780 TIs arrived Monday, only had time to test them out today. Waterblocks should be here tomorrow. I went with Heatkillers again and matching back plates.

I have attached the EVGA 780 TI SuperClock (Reference Card) BIOS. It is the stock of the EVGA BIOS. It looks like a newer BIOS base than Skynet has been using.

I will modify it when I Have time and re-include it in a post.

First Impression: Idles way too hot. 61c on Fan Auto.

My GTX 690 cooling system unfortunately has left me spoiled, of which, I will be putting one up for sale with an unused XSPC waterblocks. Tell your friends to visit the OCN marketplace if they are looking.

Card verification:


Everything is Stock:
Core: 980 MHz
Mem: 1750 MHz
Boost: 1046 MHz

Voltage Card 1: 1.000 V
Voltage Card 2: 1.024 V

Card 1 Idle @ 75% Fan:
46c

Card 2 Idle @ 75% Fan:
39c

EVGA 780 Ti SuperClock (Ref. Card) - Stock BIOS:
80.80.34.00.80 (P2083-0030) - EVGA-780TI-SC-Reference.zip 136k .zip file

P.S. Merry Christmas / Happy Holidays!
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Hi i was wondering what are the max volts for evga classfied 780 ti on air?if gpu require more volts just to get stable OC does it mean its a crap card? and what is the max safe temps?

Waylander
I'd say max 80s on tempo with whatever volts. Some cards require more volts than others, it doesn't mean your card is bad. Silicon lottery.
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