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I believe they (PNY) put a tamper seal on the screw(s) to show evidence of cooler removal.

Spend the 20$ and get the evga, if you keep the air cooler and put it back on, they will accept an RMA!!!!! That part I know for fact!

How about MSI? MSI's 780 Ti is on sale for $679.99

    
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How about MSI? MSI's 780 Ti is on sale for $679.99

Are you seriously that worried about $20? That's less than 3% at this price point. Get the EVGA and you won't have to second guess your purchase or worry about warranty!!!
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Hey guys,

I have an EVGA 780Ti card on the way and looking into the Skyn3t Bios as detailed below
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vBios GTX 780 Ti
Version 80.80.30.00.80 - 80.80.30.00.01
Base core clock 1045Mhz
Disabled boost
3d voltage adjustable
1.212v unlocked
Fan Idle 20%
Fan bumped to 100%
Default power target 100% 300w by 200% slide 600w >>Evga Precision X
Default power target 100% 300w by 300% slide 600w>> Msi AfterBurner

A few questions.

1. I do believe the EVGA 780Ti (Non SC Version) is just a reference design, correct ?
2. What is the advantage to disabling the boost function ?
3. Just looking at the Fan usage details, am I to assume as soon as any load hits the GPU, even if very small that the fan speed will get hiked up to 100% straight away ? just wondering as I like this BIOS but do not want my PC to sound like its going to take off as soon as the GPU gets any small load.

4. I tend to flash through windows (Yes I know DOS is generally safer) but can I assume that Nvflash works just fine in Windows 8.1 X64 fine these days ?

Many Thanks guys.
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Congrats E thumb.gif

I'll answer 1 & 3

1. Yes they are the same reference version just one comes factory overclocked. It also doesn't mean that the SC version over clocks any better, still luck of the draw.

3. Honestly I like to use mannual fan profile myself. You can keep the fan profile as quiet as you like it, only key is to keep it under 82C because at that point it will start to down clock to keep temps in check. My settings at 70C are 90% fan and at 80C max it 100%. I never see above 72C with the ACX cooler.

Prepare for amazing performance at 1080 or 1440 resolution. It easily chews 60 FPS for me with high settings on 1440. If you do a search in this thread I've posted detailed results with BF4 and Crysis 3 as example.

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Hey guys,

I have an EVGA 780Ti card on the way and looking into the Skyn3t Bios as detailed below
A few questions.

1. I do believe the EVGA 780Ti (Non SC Version) is just a reference design, correct ?
2. What is the advantage to disabling the boost function ?
3. Just looking at the Fan usage details, am I to assume as soon as any load hits the GPU, even if very small that the fan speed will get hiked up to 100% straight away ? just wondering as I like this BIOS but do not want my PC to sound like its going to take off as soon as the GPU gets any small load.

4. I tend to flash through windows (Yes I know DOS is generally safer) but can I assume that Nvflash works just fine in Windows 8.1 X64 fine these days ?

Many Thanks guys.

1. Yes.
2. Mostly that you don't have to guess at what clock you're setting the card at. Also brings the 1.212v setting as well.
3. That just means fan can be used at 100% not that it will jump there under load.
4. I've flashed at least 10 times in win 8.1 with no issues.
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Congrats E thumb.gif

I'll answer 1 & 3

1. Yes they are the same reference version just one comes factory overclocked. It also doesn't mean that the SC version over clocks any better, still luck of the draw.

3. Honestly I like to use mannual fan profile myself. You can keep the fan profile as quiet as you like it, only key is to keep it under 82C because at that point it will start to down clock to keep temps in check. My settings at 70C are 90% fan and at 80C max it 100%. I never see above 72C with the ACX cooler.

Prepare for amazing performance at 1080 or 1440 resolution. It easily chews 60 FPS for me with high settings on 1440. If you do a search in this thread I've posted detailed results with BF4 and Crysis 3 as example.

Cheers smile.gif

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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE View Post

Hey guys,

I have an EVGA 780Ti card on the way and looking into the Skyn3t Bios as detailed below
A few questions.

1. I do believe the EVGA 780Ti (Non SC Version) is just a reference design, correct ?
2. What is the advantage to disabling the boost function ?
3. Just looking at the Fan usage details, am I to assume as soon as any load hits the GPU, even if very small that the fan speed will get hiked up to 100% straight away ? just wondering as I like this BIOS but do not want my PC to sound like its going to take off as soon as the GPU gets any small load.

4. I tend to flash through windows (Yes I know DOS is generally safer) but can I assume that Nvflash works just fine in Windows 8.1 X64 fine these days ?

Many Thanks guys.

1. Yes.
2. Mostly that you don't have to guess at what clock you're setting the card at. Also brings the 1.212v setting as well.
3. That just means fan can be used at 100% not that it will jump there under load.
4. I've flashed at least 10 times in win 8.1 with no issues.

That's great guys, thanks for getting into the specifics for me, once it arrives I will be sure to get myself up and running with the Skyn3t Bios and go from there smile.gif
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Can anybody explain me one thing. With stock bios, without unlocked voltage, my temperature is about 66-67c in BF4. Yesterday i modified my bios, just gained power target, and now my temperatures grew up to 78-80 in Metro LL benchmark. I understand that BF4 and Metro have different load and temperatures, but I'm sure that in BF4 I'll have almost the same temperatures. To my mind, with stock voltage 80c it too high under load, and it's not a reference card, it's iChill. Wanna change the paste, especially bought AC MX4. How can I check what is a real voltage under load. I don't use AB because of it's weak compatibiblity with 780 Ti (BSODs). Now I use Precision. It shows me 1.175V. Is it true?
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Can anybody explain me one thing. With stock bios, without unlocked voltage, my temperature is about 66-67c in BF4. Yesterday i modified my bios, just gained power target, and now my temperatures grew up to 78-80 in Metro LL benchmark. I understand that BF4 and Metro have different load and temperatures, but I'm sure that in BF4 I'll have almost the same temperatures. To my mind, with stock voltage 80c it too high under load, and it's not a reference card, it's iChill. Wanna change the paste, especially bought AC MX4. How can I check what is a real voltage under load. I don't use AB because of it's weak compatibiblity with 780 Ti (BSODs). Now I use Precision. It shows me 1.175V. Is it true?

If you are allowing the card to use more power then the temperature has to go up.

Are you running stock fan profile or setting a custom one in Precision? The stock one allows the card to heat up easily.
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As of right now EVGA is on Christmas Break so No new updates you could try the 2002 FTW bios or the Skyn3t bios....

I really just want to return my 780 ti Classified card for a full refund... it just isnt working how it should...
 
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I really just want to return my 780 ti Classified card for a full refund... it just isnt working how it should...

It just isn't working how you think it should.
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