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Originally Posted by Banedox View Post

Furlan, I wouldnt, I had a 290x overclocked to about 1150 core on air, it scored the same as my 780ti classified at stock setting( sky bios), and from i have seen it dosent overlock much more on water. I was using 3D Mark Firestrike results.

Not to mention that the only 290x that ties with a Ti stock is the Asus dcii running at a steady 1050 mhz according to hardocp.

Of course, hardocp didn't mention the Ti it tied throttles due to power limit at stock settings like countless other reviews did.
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Well lets do it.. This is my 3rd time posting about this... And everytime it gets buried... I am in for $50... thumb.gif And I thought we were chipping in for a TI classifed? Thats what strong had mentioned before he checked with a moderator.. ????biggrin.gif

I'm in for $20. Lets get this rolling. We all have $700-$800 cards, some of us have 2.
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I'm in
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I'm in for $20. Lets get this rolling. We all have $700-$800 cards, some of us have 2.


Exactly my point.... thumb.gif
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I have the standard EVGA model and when trying to flash the reference model Skyn3t BIOS I got a PCI ID mismatch. Am I using the wrong BIOS or should I just be hitting Y?
Edited by sircuddles - 1/2/14 at 3:19pm
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Just press Y
I was a little nervous the first time too but it all went smooth smile.gif
I needed to power off, reboot into Windows, then reset again, and at the next boot the card was re-initialized/detected.
Had to make new profiles for Precision X but that's a few seconds work smile.gif
Just make sure to backup your original BIOS first, for example with GPU-Z!!
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Just press Y
I was a little nervous the first time too but it all went smooth smile.gif
I needed to power off, reboot into Windows, then reset again, and at the next boot the card was re-initialized/detected.
Had to make new profiles for Precision X but that's a few seconds work smile.gif
Just make sure to backup your original BIOS first, for example with GPU-Z!!

I just tried it and I don't think it worked. My video was only coming out of 1 monitor and there were no video drivers or anything installed (i.e no context NV menu on desktop). Precision said no card found or something similar. I reflashed my backup and am fine now. Any advice? ;_;
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Originally Posted by skilly View Post

I'm in for $20. Lets get this rolling. We all have $700-$800 cards, some of us have 2.

frown.giffrown.giffrown.gif i only have a 400 dollar classified..and one of it too :C

Lol tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Maximus Knight View Post

frown.giffrown.giffrown.gif i only have a 400 dollar classified..and one of it too :C

Lol tongue.gif

Some have 3 or 4! wink.gif hehe. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by sircuddles View Post

I just tried it and I don't think it worked. My video was only coming out of 1 monitor and there were no video drivers or anything installed (i.e no context NV menu on desktop). Precision said no card found or something similar. I reflashed my backup and am fine now. Any advice? ;_;


Did you uninstall drivers and install them again after flash ?
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