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Originally Posted by grifftech View Post

Well with the skyn3t BIOS on my my reference 780Ti on water I can get a stable 1246/1900. My temps are no where near an issue, they have never broke 38C, but anytime I try to turn up the core clock or memory clock anymore valley or 3DMark11 lock up and I get a display driver issue.

Would it benefit me to try an older driver? I have the newest one.

I would have figured heat would be what is holding me back but since I can't mess with the core voltage I think I am stuck. I am maxed at 200% power in AB.

Are those numbers game stable as well?
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Some help with this question pls ?
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That bios from the first post - GTX 780 Asus - 80.80.30.00.01
Is it for ASUS GTX 780 Ti DirectCU II ?

Edited by LionS7 - 2/11/14 at 3:09pm
post #7343 of 16490
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Are those numbers game stable as well?

At least with the games I play for now. GW2, Path of Exile, ESO beta, all with maxed settings
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Originally Posted by Garrett1974NL View Post

Yep you're stuck... I can't do much above 1250 either, not that it bothers me a whole lot since it's a beast of a card already, but 1300 stable would've been nice wink.gif
Some of us do reach 1300, just the luck of the draw, but you don't just buy another card to see if it clocks better, not at these prices anyway wink.gif

Well time to delid the 4770K and work on going highr than 4.5 with it.
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Originally Posted by grifftech View Post

At least with the games I play for now. GW2, Path of Exile, ESO beta, all with maxed settings

Then you got a pretty good card. Don't think too much about benchmark stability since you won't be running those the majority of your time thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by grifftech View Post

Well with the skyn3t BIOS on my my reference 780Ti on water I can get a stable 1246/1900. My temps are no where near an issue, they have never broke 38C, but anytime I try to turn up the core clock or memory clock anymore valley or 3DMark11 lock up and I get a display driver issue.

Would it benefit me to try an older driver? I have the newest one.

I would have figured heat would be what is holding me back but since I can't mess with the core voltage I think I am stuck. I am maxed at 200% power in AB.

What Garret said. I'm one of the lucky ones that achieves 1300mhz on air, but I set it to 1295 just to be sure. But mine is not reference and has some voltagebump features to it that made the difference I guess. Driver failure and freezes are due to lack of voltage. Maybe because of heavy load it might cause the voltage to drop slightly (I believe it's called VDroop, don't know for sure) and then the driver resets. Only solution is to bump up the voltage, but that's not possible by design. Still a decent OC though! do you keep your VRM's cool as well? Don't know if that might help in stabilizing voltage.
I don;t know which role the PSU plays either. I tried connecting my card with 2x (2x6pin to 8 pin) cables, just to test. And it was much more unstable at these high frequencies than with normal 2x 6+2pin cables. I couldn't achieve these high clocks on basically 4x 6pin to 2x 8pin. So, maybe PSU voltage stability plays a role as well? Don't know..
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I was looking at the MSI Gaming version, from the reviews I have read it uses a reference pcb - does this mean I could use the MSI custom bios in the OP?
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I was looking at the MSI Gaming version, from the reviews I have read it uses a reference pcb - does this mean I could use the MSI custom bios in the OP?
Yes and yes (running that right now)
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Yes and yes (running that right now)
but be aware of the insane fan speeds smile.gif and the different clocks in gpu-z..
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Some help with this question pls ?
no its the reference pcb bios
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