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Originally Posted by Jodiuh View Post

I've seen that picture before. You used pliers w/ something soft between them, yes? I'm glad it...worked...honestly bro, it looks like the sticker was messed w/. rolleyes.gif
Nice clocks!! What are your fan RPM's @? I have only played BF4 (it has me by the balls, 200+ hrs). biggrin.gif

1221 Mhz / 1.2 V
1900 RPM fan speed
67 C max temp in BF4
MSI GTX 780Ti Gaming

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Question for you guys: The +75 option for Core Voltage in Afterburner and Precision X does nothing for me if I'm on the MSI GTX 780Ti Gaming, right?
Question 2 for you guys: Where can I find the latest version of Precision X? Is it by logging in to the EVGA site? Cause that one is...old?

Here a quote from the man (Unwinder) himself about AB beta 18:

"Standard MSI is what you previously got with regular versions of MSI Afterburner: core voltage on custom design MSI cards based on NVIDIA Kepler is limited by NVIDIA and cannot go further than NVIDIA recommends.
Extended MSI is what you previously got with SE versions on MSI Afterburner: extended core voltage control range on custom design MSI cards based on NVIDIA Kepler, NVIDIA restrictions are ignored."



Try it if it makes any differnce! wink.gif


There is no new PrecisonX version! 4.2.1 is the lastest (old) version!


Cheers

Ed

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No dice. Still reads 1.2V in both AB and GPU-Z, both latest versions.

+0 = 1.2V max
+75 = 1.2V max

It's a shame cause my GPU typically runs @ 65C, so I definitely have room for some more volts. frown.gif

I noticed this in the last version of AB and really like it...my fan speeds get saved in the profiles now. Before I used to have to crank it to 66% manually after hitting auto @ the end of a gaming session. Now I just click the profile 2 for auto fan speed and profile 3 for 66%. I love when little things come together.

Don't remember if I've asked this in here yet, but does anyone else use Nvidia Inspector Multi Display Power Saver? I updated to the new NV drivers last night and it broke this feature. Now when I enable it, the screens freeze and I have to hit the power button...shuts down nicely though. Little bummed cause this saved me 75 watts from the wall on the previous driver. Anyone?
Edited by Jodiuh - 1/29/14 at 10:52am
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Please can one of Team Skynet edit my bios?

3d voltage adjustable
1.212v unlocked
Default power target 100% 265W by 125% slide 331w

The rest of the BIOS do not change please

http://www.file-upload.net/download-8559080/iChiLLBios.rom.html


Thx
Nobody?
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Nobody?

Skyn3t does not do custom bios requests on a per user basis. What you have asked for is easily achieved with the bios Skyn3t has already released.
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The problem are the fans. The rotate with the skynet too slow. I have the iChill and runs with the reference bios mod too slow.
So i need edit my bios frown.gif
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Application sent in.

ASICS looks like this:



Bought a water block for it, not hoping to gain any clockspeed though, but mainly looking to quieting down my rig a bit.
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I debated about that too, finally I just decided to run mine at the full 1.212v. with these clocks, 24/7 : Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
My load temps are similar to yours. As for the vrm's, idk what their actual temps.are, thanks to Nvidia. Maybe I'll check with an ir gun eventually.
But I think with the EK blocks we're using, the cards are quite safe at the voltage limit that we are stuck with.


Looks like We have very similar setups! Nice clocks on the CPU too!
What is your ASIC? Mine is 69.xx %

Yeah, based on what I hear about the EK blocks, I am not too concerned with the VRM temps. I do have an IR gun as well, but ill have to dig it out and see how accurate it really is.
Looks like similar ASIC on the cards as well:

You've had much higher clocks on your 2500K than I have, like 5.3! I've never benched past 5.0 on mine, too much juice needed, and I don't want any voltage degradation.tongue.gif
I know it's getting old, but at 5K the performance still isn't bad with this cpu.

I don't even have an IR gun, but I'm not really worried about the vrm temps. at 1.212v. with the EK block, for the limited time that it's at that voltage.
But I can understand your concerns with the vrms on these reference 780 Ti's, they're not built with very good components for overvolting.
I follow the Classy and Kingpin threads, just to watch the show. It would be nice to have a much beefier pcb and components like the Classy's do.
But the price premium for me was too high.

As you have, I've benched my card in the high 1300's, with the memory into the 1900's. I had some memory artifacts at 2000, just not enough voltage available with these cards.
I've left that at 1850 for now.
For me, looping Heaven is a good stress test for the 24/7 clocks, as 1346 was fine in all the gaming and 3DMark runs, but it crashed in Heaven benching.
I would think you can run at least 1333 with your card 24/7, maybe higher.smile.gif
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post #6918 of 16491
Finally done leak testing and overclocking (for now).

EK 780ti FC waterblocks with backplate

+240mhz core
+325mhz mem
Default BIOS

Rampage IV Black Edition, 4930k @ 4.6ghz

Pictures: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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post #6919 of 16491
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Finally done leak testing and overclocking (for now).

EK 780ti FC waterblocks with backplate

+240mhz core
+325mhz mem
Default BIOS

Rampage IV Black Edition, 4930k @ 4.6ghz

Super Sexy! I have the same setup as you so It's good to know what the OC potential is. Did you add more Volt to the GPU? Also, what are your temps now?
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Super Sexy! I have the same setup as you so It's good to know what the OC potential is. Did you add more Volt to the GPU? Also, what are your temps now?

I've not played with the volts yet, taking my PC with me to a friends house tomorrow to do some gaming, so I just wanted to get it stable with a decent OC. Will tinker more over the weekend. The temps on my cards are between 42-45c when running furmark with extreme burn-in. In games they usually hover around 35-38c.
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