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Ah ok, looks like Ive got to head to Fry's if I want to find out
Home Depot and Lowe's both carry kill-a-watt meters.
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Already been answered multiple times. Search and thou shall find. thumb.gif

Here's a quick test I made on stock vs custom bios on Crysis 3.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1438886/official-nvidia-gtx-780-ti-owners-club/6400_50#post_21612807
That was a good comparison test between the two bios. (bios's? bioses?tongue.gif)
I didn't really test the stock bios on mine, as I flashed it shortly after installing the card.
Just eliminating the boost clocks was enough reason for me.
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Well, i would have gone with the classy, why? Because the Oc'er in me would say: " WOOT, 1.35V with the Classy voltage tool!!!!"
And better VRM's would allow for that voltage to be safe with the Classy!










See the difference? the MSI is a reference card locked to 1.212V (unless you do a hard mod) the Classy is a different beast! I would trade the extra cores for a "better" power dealing equipped card with voltage option!
But that is just "me"! biggrin.gif
If you are happy with the card, keep it! thumb.gif
Your card is crashing due to lack of voltage! Whatever you do with the bios wont give you more voltage! What can happen is you bork the bios and flash it and then you wont be able to flash it back conventionally unless you "know" nvflash in and out! Believe me, i have seen it happen more than once over "team view...
Now, if you are into benchmarks, unlock your voltage by doing the hardmod and flash the X0C bios and then go for the kill!!! thumb.gif


Cheers

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(Team skyn3t)

right on however...I have played with several classifieds and the volt mod requires to run it manualy...also since id be staying on air running more than 1.25-.13v just would be a little much imo...also classifieds are not guarentie3d to overclock to a certain potential even with hard mod voltage ona ir....

This 780 ti is scoring 11.2k on firestrike where as my friends classified at 1300mhz is at 10.8k firestrike...with less shader cores. thumb.gif
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Your card is crashing due to lack of voltage! Whatever you do with the bios wont give you more voltage! What can happen is you bork the bios and flash it and then you wont be able to flash it back conventionally unless you "know" nvflash in and out! Believe me, i have seen it happen more than once over "team view...
Now, if you are into benchmarks, unlock your voltage by doing the hardmod and flash the X0C bios and then go for the kill!!! thumb.gif


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(Team skyn3t)

Thanks for replying. Hardmod really scares me.... I think I'll just lower the core clock a little....
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right on however...I have played with several classifieds and the volt mod requires to run it manualy...also since id be staying on air running more than 1.25-.13v just would be a little much imo...also classifieds are not guarentie3d to overclock to a certain potential even with hard mod voltage ona ir....

This 780 ti is scoring 11.2k on firestrike where as my friends classified at 1300mhz is at 10.8k firestrike...with less shader cores. thumb.gif


Well, IMO things are not quite so "black and white"


As all 780Ti are bound to voltage lock, a very lucky few are able to go over 1300mhz, while all 780 Classified go over 1300mhz with enough voltage applied!


Shultzyi7 3770k @ 4.7 GTX 780 1385/1825 Score 11304 Graphics 12941

Eggy88 - 4770K @ 4.7Ghz - GTX 780 Classified (1450 / 1930) - 11907

See, this is OCN, All my cards have to OC, thats why i dint get a 780Ti but the Kingpin (SLI)! wink.gif





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But if you are happy with your card then its all good! Enjoy your card!thumb.gif


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Well thats hard to determine without testing the PSU, but due to electrolytic capacitor aging when used heavily or over an extended period of time (1+ years) a power supply will slowly lose some of its initial wattage capacity. You should take off 10-20% if you keep your PSU for more than 1 year, or 20-30% for 24/7 usage and 1+ years!
You need a beefier PSU IMO! thumb.gif


Cheers

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I don't know what happens; "display Device Stop" When I go over 240 - 250Mhz - Is this about PSU or something else? My GPU Ram can't go over 7300-7400. A friend said may be RAM problem !?!?
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hello everyone, i just picked up my mail here at work and lord and behold my evga gtx 780ti super clocked is in, woooohooo. after messing around with the new amd r9 series gpus i ditched them and came back to green. i look foward to joing you guys as proud owneres of this monster of a gpu. i cant wait to get off and go home, yank out the 280x's and put this baby in. just holding her has me excited, i might need to take off early lol. i will post the requierd informaiton needed to join the owners club just wanted to share my excitement since she finaly came in. looking foward to buying another one once i get rid of these 280xs lol.
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hello everyone, i just picked up my mail here at work and lord and behold my evga gtx 780ti super clocked is in, woooohooo. after messing around with the new amd r9 series gpus i ditched them and came back to green. i look foward to joing you guys as proud owneres of this monster of a gpu. i cant wait to get off and go home, yank out the 280x's and put this baby in. just holding her has me excited, i might need to take off early lol. i will post the requierd informaiton needed to join the owners club just wanted to share my excitement since she finaly came in. looking foward to buying another one once i get rid of these 280xs lol.

Enjoy !
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Enjoy !

thanks brother, im sitting here at work figity as all heck, im ready to go home nooooowwwww!!! lol.thumb.gif
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Look up "doctakedooty"! thumb.gif


Cheers

Ed

(Team skyn3t)

Thanks! thumb.gif

This is my max result with my card locked at 1,21V

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For stable gaming(except Tomb Raider) I use 1345/7600 MHz.

For this great gpu the voltage block is a terrible wall but I don't want to void the warranty with the hardmod...
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