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Originally Posted by mcg75 View Post

I've reinstalled drivers when the board id of the bios I'm flashing is different. If it's the same, I don't.

I've never had an issue doing so.

However, I do believe nuke and reinstall is good advice. I'm just too darn lazy to do it sometimes.

+1
post #5802 of 16481
I'm in, my GPU-Z below. biggrin.gif

http://gpuz.techpowerup.com/14/01/05/hsn.png


Edited by DaFaRsHeR - 1/5/14 at 6:50am
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I got myself a GIGABYTE 780 Ti winforce non-ghz edition

i flashed the custom bios like described in the first post and have successfully OC'ed to 1200 mhz gpu,1850 mhz memory 1.2 v

im concerned about temperatures tho, easily hitting 85° in Valley with 100% fan speed

is that normal? Are my setting messed up? What is considered "stable", cause it definitely doesnt feel like it is

also it randomly downclocks itself sometimes when i start BF4
post #5804 of 16481
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Originally Posted by paradize View Post

I got myself a GIGABYTE 780 Ti winforce non-ghz edition

i flashed the custom bios like described in the first post and have successfully OC'ed to 1200 mhz gpu,1850 mhz memory 1.2 v

im concerned about temperatures tho, easily hitting 85° in Valley with 100% fan speed

is that normal? Are my setting messed up? What is considered "stable", cause it definitely doesnt feel like it is

also it randomly downclocks itself sometimes when i start BF4

Anytime you bump voltage to 1.2v with air its going to jump that high.. I recommend dropping the voltage and find a good clock slightly lower. If or once you water cool it then 1.2v at a lower temp should not be a problem. These cards put out a lot of heat. I actually keep mine at 1.0 v and run 1240 stable game clocks. As far as mem clocks go I don't really oc the mem because it is minimal performance gain.
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Anytime you bump voltage to 1.2v with air its going to jump that high.. I recommend dropping the voltage and find a good clock slightly lower. If or once you water cool it then 1.2v at a lower temp should not be a problem. These cards put out a lot of heat. I actually keep mine at 1.0 v and run 1240 stable game clocks. As far as mem clocks go I don't really oc the mem because it is minimal performance gain.

i tried following ur advice, but for some reason, no matter what voltage i set it to, during the benchmark precision x tells me it runs at 1.187 v, also the clock in precision never matches the one displayed in gpu z, is that normal?

maybe i screwed up the bios flash
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Thanks for the help dude. Should I uninstall my graphics drivers before flashing?

If you want the most simple method you can download the EZ3flash tool in the original post, it will manipulate nvflash with the stroke of a key.
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post #5807 of 16481
Same here,

Got a MSI GTX 780 TI flashed the bios with nvflash in windows 8.1.

I use a second screen to watch in real time the sensor tab in GPUZ..

When I play bf4 it shows 1032mhz on 1.200 v all the time.

As soon as I bump up the core to 1100 + it will clockddown all the time same with the vcore.

Power consumption is not more then 70% average .
Temps are 65c with custom fan tabel.

Anyone a idea to solve this?
post #5808 of 16481
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Originally Posted by JAJB View Post

Same here,

Got a MSI GTX 780 TI flashed the bios with nvflash in windows 8.1.

I use a second screen to watch in real time the sensor tab in GPUZ..

When I play bf4 it shows 1032mhz on 1.200 v all the time.

As soon as I bump up the core to 1100 + it will clockddown all the time same with the vcore.

Power consumption is not more then 70% average .
Temps are 65c with custom fan tabel.

Anyone a idea to solve this?

Do you have Vsync enabled?
post #5809 of 16481
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Originally Posted by CroakV View Post

Do you have Vsync enabled?

You mean vsync in bf4, yes it's on. I only have a 60hz screen so no need for 100+ fps.. right?
post #5810 of 16481
So, it's sooooooo under-stressed it's clocking itself down, it's only trying to keep FPS at 60. Disable Vsync, watch the clocks and loads climb.

Also, on a 60Hz monitor, it'll still "feel" better at higher framerates, Vsync is actually adding to input lag. If you're really worried about tearing, set Frame Rate Target to 60 instead, it'll prevent any possible tearing and still give you reduced input lag and overall smoothness.
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