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Yeah , i would like this one also. If the reference bios is needed i can upload it.
I have the 780Ti from Gigabyte, with the GHz Edition PCB (I don't have the GHz Edition just the same PCB)
It clocks the same, without overclocking in Precision X I get 1150 core, so just use the Gigabyte modded bios by Skyn3t in the 1st post... I'm using it right now smile.gif
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Could my card's performance be degraded from overclocking?

Using Skyn3ts latest BIOS I cannot complete a Heaven benchmark any longer (except on stock) and I don't understand why. I've given my card everything, more volt, more power but it just won't stay stable.

Feels like I've done a huge mistake buying this card frown.gif A 235€ mistake coming from 680SLI (sold them for 470€ and my new card cost 705€) and now getting worse performance than before. I really counted on being able to do 1250MHz OC 24/7 which would probably have beaten my 680SLI:s

This is just great mad.gif
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2 out of 2 were DOA for me, bought from EVGA.. Unless Im doing something wrong but my ASUS bridge works 100%.

Hey man I think I figured out what the problem is with this EVGA Sli Pro Bridge. They don't like to work with my overclocked monitor. Just got another one today with Amazon return policy and same problem. Will work at 60hz but once I bump it up will start to flicker and crash with games and benchmarks. It sucks since I now have to return both of them and get a refund. Really like the look they give but not worth it. The one that came with my motherboard work perfect.
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I have the 780Ti from Gigabyte, with the GHz Edition PCB (I don't have the GHz Edition just the same PCB)
It clocks the same, without overclocking in Precision X I get 1150 core, so just use the Gigabyte modded bios by Skyn3t in the 1st post... I'm using it right now smile.gif

Yeah, i use it also, but after tons of test i have done , my conclusion is that i gain nothing from the new bios, going from 1,187 to 1,21 and maxing power target give me from 0 to 10 mhz at max (core 1255 ). My card is at 60 degree at full load and it has 83% asic.I have the feeling there is something wrong..but prolly is just me.

I was going to watercool it but now im not sure since i cant go higher than 1,21 and on air my temps are under 60
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Yeah, i use it also, but after tons of test i have done , my conclusion is that i gain nothing from the new bios, going from 1,187 to 1,21 and maxing power target give me from 0 to 10 mhz at max (core 1255 ). My card is at 60 degree at full load and it has 83% asic.I have the feeling there is something wrong..but prolly is just me.

I was going to watercool it but now im not sure since i cant go higher than 1,21 and on air my temps are under 60
good point... block plus backplate (awesome looks) will set you down a lot... and might not give additional oc
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also so what graphics driver should i use? the one from the 19th of November or the graphics game beta
 
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Hey man I think I figured out what the problem is with this EVGA Sli Pro Bridge. They don't like to work with my overclocked monitor. Just got another one today with Amazon return policy and same problem. Will work at 60hz but once I bump it up will start to flicker and crash with games and benchmarks. It sucks since I now have to return both of them and get a refund. Really like the look they give but not worth it. The one that came with my motherboard work perfect.

You gotta be right.. Cause I think we thought it was the patcher and/or an cru problem at first. I wonder if its our X-star/Qnix monitors, cause they are OC'd, or just any monitor over 60hz. thumb.gif

My cousin and I are doing an RMA now, I'll tell him to let EVGA know, it would be nice to have a pro bridge in there.

EDIT: Probably our OC'd monitors.. I cannot imagine the 144hz having the same issue..
Edited by skilly - 12/30/13 at 4:39pm
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Hello,

I have a GTX 780ti from EVGA , with the stock cooler.

This afternoon , i gave the HerculeZ ultra X3 cooler to my gpu , but i use the vbios stock cooler of the GTX 780ti. Should i use the Inno3D vbios or it's fine ?

Because it's seem that i have no 2d frequencies , my gpu is constantly at 1045 mhz now. I think that before i install the HerculeZ cooler , i had 2d frequencies ...

What do you think ?

Thanks smile.gif
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But, why trying a vbios for a Classy Ti into a reference Ti? They have different controllers, maybe classy's vbios would cause issues

maybe!?
when things are done right possibility is the biggest thing that can happen. I will explain it later when i get some result.
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I wouldn't buy a classy to use it with 1,212v rolleyes.gif

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I wouldn't buy a classy to use it with ONLY 1.212v wink.gif

copy cat now biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by xabierr View Post

Yeah , i would like this one also. If the reference bios is needed i can upload it.

It has been done already loot at the front page.
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Could my card's performance be degraded from overclocking?

Using Skyn3ts latest BIOS I cannot complete a Heaven benchmark any longer (except on stock) and I don't understand why. I've given my card everything, more volt, more power but it just won't stay stable.

Feels like I've done a huge mistake buying this card frown.gif A 235€ mistake coming from 680SLI (sold them for 470€ and my new card cost 705€) and now getting worse performance than before. I really counted on being able to do 1250MHz OC 24/7 which would probably have beaten my 680SLI:s

This is just great mad.gif

set everything to stock, memory and gpu clock and run the bench mark.
restart each section after bench.

OC you core clock first till you find the top OC. them you do the same with memory. sometimes OC won't like too much voltage. this apply for any OC hardware. you must find the sweet spot for each of your OC.
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copy cat now biggrin.gif

Actually, I was correcting it, regular Ti can go 1.212, the only reason for the classy is to go over that IMHO. biggrin.gif
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