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Is there a skyn3t Bios for the MSI 780TI Gaming ?

I think the MSI 780TI skyn3t Bios on Page 1 is for the Reference MSI Board, or ??
The MSI Gaming is Based on the reference PCB so you can get this on Page 1
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Is there a skyn3t Bios for the MSI 780TI Gaming ?

I think the MSI 780TI skyn3t Bios on Page 1 is for the Reference MSI Board, or ??
I have used the MSI Bios from the 1st page smile.gif
1.212v and 1300MHz is kickass I can tell you smile.gif
Only difference with the reference PCB is that they turned the PCI-Express connectors 'upside down' so that they wouldn't interfere with the cooling.
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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post

Would this be for your Gold Rush build, or something else?
Idk what the performance numbers are for a direct comparison, but of course three 780's would yield more points in benchmarks, and higher fps in games. But, with three 780's, you're looking at more heat, complexity, and needing a third block.
Generally, three cards don't scale as well as two cards in sli. And your power requirements would be higher.
Also, there can be driver issues with tri-sli, and some games don't benefit from it at all.
I would prefer the 780 Ti sli setup.
Edit:
Just checked, that $709 CAD is a very good price for a 780 Ti, it currently converts to about $642 USD!


Yes this is for my Gold Rush Build wink.gif thank you for noticing smile.gifthumb.giftongue.gif

hmmm this changes a few things... the 780ti I was looking at was this one on Canadacomputers:

ASUS GeForce GTX 780 Ti 3GB GDDR5 (GTX780TI-3GD5)

crap. anyone else chime in? I received this and it appears as though 3 are a bit better without the overclocking of the 780's... but your right on all your other points as well.. scaling and drivers...

DG's Nerdy Story 780's

After reading that I may need to go with 3 290x's

$689 Club 3D Radeon R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 (CGAX-R929X8) for a 290x...
Edited by darwing - 2/10/14 at 12:14pm
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Originally Posted by darwing View Post

Yes this is for my Gold Rush Build wink.gif thank you for noticing smile.gifthumb.giftongue.gif

hmmm this changes a few things... the 780ti I was looking at was this one on Canadacomputers:

ASUS GeForce GTX 780 Ti 3GB GDDR5 (GTX780TI-3GD5)

crap. anyone else chime in? I received this and it appears as though 3 are a bit better without the overclocking of the 780's... but your right on all your other points as well.. scaling and drivers...

DG's Nerdy Story 780's

After reading that I may need to go with 3 290x's

$689 Club 3D Radeon R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 (CGAX-R929X8) for a 290x...

That article you linked has some serious issues... They indicate that that a single 780Ti vs two 780Ti only gives a 12 FPS increase in BF4at 1920x1080???? Not a chance. My FPS from one card to two almost doubled... Yet somehow their Crossfire 290x cards a 62FPS increase over a single card at the same resolution. I would not be surprised if Crossfire 290x pull away at 4k resolutions as they do tend to scale better at high res but I have no words for what they are demonstrating...

And how is it that 3 cards run slower than 2? Do these guys have a clue about how to configure SLI?


Edited by Robilar - 2/10/14 at 2:30pm
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Got my 780ti reference a week ago and forgot to post pics, will do so in a few days when I remove it from the rig. Went reference solely for the sexiness.

70% ASIC, stable at 1253 in Heaven, Valley, BF4 and FC3, Holy batman. Haven't tried going higher because I honestly don't feel like I need to. Maybe when i get bored one day.
I have to say, coming from a 7970 that has plagued me with problems from day one, and sounded like a jet engine even at 50% fan speed I'm extremely happy. My god, I can run 8x AA just for no reason at all.
Compared to the XFX 7970 I had, this card is beyond quiet. 100% RPM is quieter than my old card at 50% speed. It makes no sense, and there is 0% coil whine.

I can't see myself ever choosing AMD over Nvidia, now that I have experienced the king in all his glory. The flipping thing plays AMD branded games better than AMD's productsby far. Where they do that at??

All I need now is a 120hz 1440p monitor to actually put some load on this card.
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I have a noob ? I just want to make sure im flashing the right bios. I have the evga 780ti sc, which is the correct bios to flash, the only sc bios I saw was for the acx cooler which I dnt have do I use the sc bios with the acx? or just the ref bios help would be appreciated thanks!!!!!smile.gif
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I have a noob ? I just want to make sure im flashing the right bios. I have the evga 780ti sc, which is the correct bios to flash, the only sc bios I saw was for the acx cooler which I dnt have do I use the sc bios with the acx? or just the ref bios help would be appreciated thanks!!!!!smile.gif
welcome! i have the same model as you! You just need to download the reference EVGA bios and flash from there. Happy overclocking!


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Ok ladies and gents, I just got my 2 Gigabyte 780ti's (Windforce OC). This is as far as I could get with things running stable. By stable I mean getting through fire strike on extreme and also all 3 benchmarks on the high performance setting.

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It's a modest OC but I wish I could go a little higher on the core. Temp target is 95C. What is a safe OC which would net me around 100mhz on the core? I know these already OC'd a bit from the reference but even with this OC temps don't go higher than 73C and that's with a conservative fan profile.
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I just got my Zotac 780 Ti reference model, in case I want to use the skyn3t BIOS, which one do I get? skyn3t-Ti-vBios.zip or skyn3t-Ti-vBios-Zotac.zip ?
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I just got my Zotac 780 Ti reference model, in case I want to use the skyn3t BIOS, which one do I get? skyn3t-Ti-vBios.zip or skyn3t-Ti-vBios-Zotac.zip ?


GTX 780Ti Zotac
80.80.30.00.01

GTX 780Ti Zotac


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