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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post

Imo it would be better to go for the 780 Ti, as you will appreciate the extra performance, especially with that snazzy monitor.
I have a 780 Ti with the reference cooler, although it's on water now, the reference cooler is really well made, and wasn't too loud when I first tested the card. It also has the advantage of exhausting the heat out of the case, unlike the DCII coolers.
^ This

especially since youre using 1440p resolution there will be a pretty good performance increase with the 780 ti. im currently running a reference cooler evga superclocked 780 ti and it is absolutely wonderful. when on idle you can't hear it at all... the only time i can hear it is when i blast my fans up to 100%. im currently running 1306/3800 on the stock cooler and it never hits 75 degrees celcius. go for the 780ti hands down
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Is this normal?
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C`mon,I need some help guyz..how can I unbrick my card?

Your card worked before shutting it off to clean it? If so Then how is it a bad flash. Did u try and reseat the card or checked what u might have screwed up cleaning your computer. Seems like people do more bad then good when that happens.
if its bad flash u need to use internal graphics or another gpu in main slot with bad card in another slot. And flash the card back to stock.
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Your card worked before shutting it off to clean it? If so Then how is it a bad flash. Did u try and reseat the card or checked what u might have screwed up cleaning your computer. Seems like people do more bad then good when that happens.
if its bad flash u need to use internal graphics or another gpu in main slot with bad card in another slot. And flash the card back to stock.
I did flash the card back to original vbios,before the cleaning the card worked just fine,after I`ve put the card back it stoped working,also now my motherboard don`t see my soundcard,could it be that I`ve manage to break the motherboard?But ?I don`t see how...
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I did flash the card back to original vbios,before the cleaning the card worked just fine,after I`ve put the card back it stoped working,also now my motherboard don`t see my soundcard,could it be that I`ve manage to break the motherboard?But ?I don`t see how...

Sounds like u got some issues. How do u know ur sound card isnt beimg seen? Are u able to get into your motherboard bios? And if so what vid card are u using. U need to share some more info if u expect some help. What exactly is happening
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I`m using an i7 2600k and a Asrock extreme 4,z77 chipset,and in bios I have an sistem browser and I can see the vga but I don`t see the soundcard.now I`m using the iGPU...I`ve put the SS of what is happening...
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I`m using an i7 2600k and a Asrock extreme 4,z77 chipset,and in bios I have an sistem browser and I can see the vga but I don`t see the soundcard.now I`m using the iGPU...I`ve put the SS of what is happening...

looks like a bad bios flash possily. Read the procedures and follow them or even use some ezflash program some use. I dont think your flashing the bios correctly
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looks like a bad bios flash possily. Read the procedures and follow them or even use some ezflash program some use. I dont think your flashing the bios correctly
I was using nvflash like this:
nvflash --protectoff
nvflash -4 -5 -6 bios.rom
thats it,what I`m doing wrong here?
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Hi folks. I am new to this forum and was looking for some input. I am getting ready for a new build. I already have my three MSI GTX780Ti Gaming cards for a tri-sli setup, but I don't see many folks running tri-sli. Anybody got any input or helpful advice, or better yet, some pics? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post

Imo it would be better to go for the 780 Ti, as you will appreciate the extra performance, especially with that snazzy monitor.
I have a 780 Ti with the reference cooler, although it's on water now, the reference cooler is really well made, and wasn't too loud when I first tested the card. It also has the advantage of exhausting the heat out of the case, unlike the DCII coolers.
Thanks very much, I was leaning towarda the Ti, you've helped me decide thumb.gif
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