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Will the vdroop ever be able to be fixed, or have nvidia not made it possible?
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I wanna join the club
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Hey guys, let me know if this sounds normal.

I'm using my reference EVGA GTX 780 Ti with skyn3t's custom BIOS and have it watercooled with an EK-FC780 GTX Ti block - temps never exceed 40C under 100% full load. I have power target set at 200%, voltage set to 1.212v. ASIC is 83.7%

I am able to get 1320/7800mhz stable with NO issues whatsoever in Valley. I can have it running for hours and it's perfectly fine.

However, pretty much any games that I play will crash - OK, no problem. Need to work my way down, right?

My 100% stable 24/7 OC now is 1215/7500mhz. Anything higher will cause games like Battlefield 4, Crysis 3, BioShock Inifinite, etc. to crash almost instantaneously.

Does it seem odd that I literally had to take 105 mhz off my core in order to get my OC stable in games? Seems like a huge drop IMO...
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Originally Posted by brandon6199 View Post

Hey guys, let me know if this sounds normal.

I'm using my reference EVGA GTX 780 Ti with skyn3t's custom BIOS and have it watercooled with an EK-FC780 GTX Ti block - temps never exceed 40C under 100% full load. I have power target set at 200%, voltage set to 1.212v. ASIC is 83.7%

I am able to get 1320/7800mhz stable with NO issues whatsoever in Valley. I can have it running for hours and it's perfectly fine.

However, pretty much any games that I play will crash - OK, no problem. Need to work my way down, right?

My 100% stable 24/7 OC now is 1215/7500mhz. Anything higher will cause games like Battlefield 4, Crysis 3, BioShock Inifinite, etc. to crash almost instantaneously.

Does it seem odd that I literally had to take 105 mhz off my core in order to get my OC stable in games? Seems like a huge drop IMO...

That is odd. Valley clocks are usually not stable in games but not to that point where you lose 100 mhz gaming.
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According to GPU-Z 0.7.5 my card's BIOS is 80.80.30.00.1A
I have the Gigabyte GTX780Ti OC Windforce version, it comes with the custom PCB of the GHz edition, even the speeds.
Without overclocking in Precision X I get 1150 GPU, same as GHz edition like I said.
What BIOS should I use for this card, since it's a custom PCB?
Or could I just save my current BIOS, modify it for volts and re-flash it?
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Howdy guys (and gals?) just wanted to pop in and say hi, been loving this site and thread and just registered now and added my validation. Looking forward to learning a lot !
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Originally Posted by CroakV View Post

Uninstall Thunder Master. Nuke it. Expunge it from your system. Sweep your drivers. Re-install drivers. Then install EVGA Precision X instead of Thunder Master.
Allright, I'll do that. At least EVGA X lets me tweak the voltages. No idea why I cannot unlock voltage control in MSI AB.
The question is though...what driver should I use? .82 or .93?
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Originally Posted by Koniakki View Post

As we discussed before I don't believe the PTM is really giving you 1.21v. It just supports 1.21v imo.

And if I understand correct you are on stock Bios so I believe you are giving the card 1.187-1.20v at most.

So imo you are trying to run it with 1.187-1.2v on those clocks which is a bit high. So you have to lower the clocks and up the fan a bit or flash a custom bios. thumb.gif

If lowering the clocks to 1215-1228Mhz or flashing a custom bios doesnt solve it as you said you were running fine, the either clean every driver, temps(ccleaner, DDU) etc or start fresh. wink.gif
You are quite right there regarding the voltage. EVGA never says anything about 1.2 or so, just the usual 1.187.

I guess it's time to try flashing the BIOS if my luck with upping the voltage with this custom BIOS fails.

You spoke of the fan, but like I previously said, the card never ever goes above 74-75 degrees (fans at 80%).
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Originally Posted by GTXtreme View Post

Howdy guys (and gals?) just wanted to pop in and say hi, been loving this site and thread and just registered now and added my validation. Looking forward to learning a lot !

Welcome aboard overclock.net with your first post and welcome to the 780 TI club thumb.gif

You going to absolutely love this card and it's performance gaming. You'll find that there's some very knowledgeable people here that can help you with any of your questions, please feel free to ask. smile.gif

P.S. Don't forget to fill out rig builder. I have a link that shows you how in my profile. We like to look at everyone systems here and it also helps when you do ask questions to know what you're dealing with.
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I wanna join the club
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P.S. Love to see your rig too. wink.gif my signature has a link how to do it in spoiler.
     
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I think heaven 4.0 is more tasking on video cards than valley. Why don't you see if heaven run at the clocks you want....!!
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Originally Posted by Koniakki View Post

As we discussed before I don't believe the PTM is really giving you 1.21v. It just supports 1.21v imo.

And if I understand correct you are on stock Bios so I believe you are giving the card 1.187-1.20v at most.

So imo you are trying to run it with 1.187-1.2v on those clocks which is a bit high. So you have to lower the clocks and up the fan a bit or flash a custom bios. thumb.gif

If lowering the clocks to 1215-1228Mhz or flashing a custom bios doesnt solve it as you said you were running fine, the either clean every driver, temps(ccleaner, DDU) etc or start fresh. wink.gif

Wth, I sure am a slow learner. Seems like I MUST flash the card in order to attain 1.21v

Before I go through with this...if the flashing process fails, what do I do?
Don't really want to be stuck with a bricked card that costs more than my sofa.
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