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I' m really sorry for my bad English) I need some help...I've got gigabyte 780ti ghz edition,ASIC 78,1. It works without problems with basic settings of acceleration.but if I increase the frequency of core up to at least 40... The driver doesn't even work with using benches in hevane. May be someone has a similar videocard and someone have tried to install bios by skynet for the ordinary gigabyte 780 ti windforce with unlocked strain. Is there any risk?the algorithm of work of fans is not that different.unfortunately,there is no special cracked bios for 780 ti ghz edition yet...(
Edited by egoistsummer - 2/7/14 at 5:45am
post #7212 of 16495
Heya all, got a question.

I just got my system up and running and I have my GTX 780ti underwater and I must be doing something wrong as I am getting a score of 1550ish in Unigine Valley on Extreme HD at 1920 x 1080P. It says my average FPS is around 33 and I am seeing others with the same setup at like 77 FPS. . I had my EVGA Precision X cranked, with power at 104% and both offsets were at like +400 and I was still running at 35c during the test. I must be doing something wrong.

Please help a noob smile.gif
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LOL, figured it out! The one tweak I skipped made ALL the difference!.. I was running benchmark without first hitting Enter through each scene in non benchmark mode.
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Originally Posted by grifftech View Post

Heya all, got a question.

I just got my system up and running and I have my GTX 780ti underwater and I must be doing something wrong as I am getting a score of 1550ish in Unigine Valley on Extreme HD at 1920 x 1080P. It says my average FPS is around 33 and I am seeing others with the same setup at like 77 FPS. . I had my EVGA Precision X cranked, with power at 104% and both offsets were at like +400 and I was still running at 35c during the test. I must be doing something wrong.

Please help a noob smile.gif
I don't care much for benchmarks, but what is the temp on your GPU now that you're watercooling it? smile.gif
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I don't care much for benchmarks, but what is the temp on your GPU now that you're watercooling it? smile.gif

I have my card clocked to 1150 GPU and 2000 Mem and when running Unigine Valley in Extreme HD the card never goes over 39C
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I have my card clocked to 1150 GPU and 2000 Mem and when running Unigine Valley in Extreme HD the card never goes over 39C

Why not push your card a bit? 1150 on water is really low. Most guys with the reference cooler are pushing harder than that! thumb.gif
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Exactly, I should have explained it a bit easier I guess tongue.gif

Even if you do try it, the only bad thing that can happen honestly is it wont be able to turn on Tri-SLI but it should be fine

Yes, but I don't want a third card sitting there doing nothing. If I cannot get it running in tri sli, I have wasted good money on a third card for nothing. Still no answers from MSI. Will this setup work in a 3 way sli configuration using the MSI GTX 780 Ti Gaming cards? I need to find a solution or work around due to the high metal back plate blocking the sli connections on the MSI GTX 780 Ti Gaming cards. Hopefully some one can give me a definitive answer or solution. Many thanks.

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Why not push your card a bit? 1150 on water is really low. Most guys with the reference cooler are pushing harder than that! thumb.gif

Yeah, I have just started. This is my first time OC a GPU so I am taking my time and reading all the stuff here and such.
post #7219 of 16495
I have seen screenshots of peopled Precision X showing power up to 150%, mine only goes to 106%. How do you get it to go higher?
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They use a different vBIOS.. if all you're after is increase is TDP then first make sure to check if that 106% is actually a problem for you (I think it's ~330W?).
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