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If your card fries, it's because the user did something wrong like not properly monitoring temps or quickly upping the voltage beyond reasonable limits. Just be cautious and overclock incrementally.

I don't even doh.gif
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Here's a question then: What about loading a 780Ti SC ACX or 780ti Classified BIOS onto my 780ti SC? I know they're essentially the same cards (especially the 780ti SC ACX) but the base overclock is a little higher. Anybody try anything like this?

They aren't "essentially the same card", and attempting this in the case of the classy bios will likely brick your card, or cause subpar performance. As far as the ACX bios goes, you'll gain nothing from it except strange cooler/fan activity
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Here's a question then: What about loading a 780Ti SC ACX or 780ti Classified BIOS onto my 780ti SC? I know they're essentially the same cards (especially the 780ti SC ACX) but the base overclock is a little higher. Anybody try anything like this?

No, don't do that because they aren't exactly the same.

Any of the reference cards have a bios to run one fan. Any with an ACX cooler needs a bios to run two fans.

The Classy is a different beast entirely. Yes, the gk110 chip is the same but the board itself is all customized.
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No, don't do that because they aren't exactly the same.

Any of the reference cards have a bios to run one fan. Any with an ACX cooler needs a bios to run two fans.

The Classy is a different beast entirely. Yes, the gk110 chip is the same but the board itself is all customized.

There are reference cards with both one fan and two fans, a REFERENCE cooler only has 1 fan! I know it's only semantics, but it is still applicable.

And look what the nice folks from UPS brought me today.


Time for some tri-sli folks!!! Already have the EK blocks and backplates, but I'm gonna do some air testing before I put them on and flash the BIOS'es.
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My reference eVGA Ti runs a little over 1GHz stock boost. I've tried 1250 and failed, but backing down to 1200/7800 runs swimmingly. Haven't really tried between 1200 and 1250.

Is that par for the course without messing around with the voltage?
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My reference eVGA Ti runs a little over 1GHz stock boost. I've tried 1250 and failed, but backing down to 1200/7800 runs swimmingly. Haven't really tried between 1200 and 1250.

Is that par for the course without messing around with the voltage?

That's about average. If you run a custom bios and 1.212v then you'll probably hit 1250-1275 mhz.
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Originally Posted by Marvin82Β View Post

No i use a self made Bios
i will so fare all stock only the voltage at 1.21v wen i need and at 24/7 1170mhz GPU and 3600mhz mem at 1,05v

at the Moment i use a Asus DCU II OC not the ichill


I see. Have you tried the skynet bios for your iChill?

I want to make sure someone has succesfully used it before I do it tongue.gif
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I see. Have you tried the skynet bios for your iChill?

I want to make sure someone has succesfully used it before I do it tongue.gif

Even if it doesn't work for your card, all you do is flash the original bios back on to it. I've had cards that only had a single bios, and when one of the VRM's died, I was still able to use the onboard graphics to flash the original bios back on it. And evga honored the warranty, that's what one of those Ti's in the photo I posted previously is, an RMA replacement.
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I see. Have you tried the skynet bios for your iChill?

I want to make sure someone has succesfully used it before I do it tongue.gif
Ja einmal das fΓΌr die inno3d und das Referenz skynet
Das referenz funktioniert besser.
But i use 24/7 the original bios its secure ^^

Mittlerweile gibts ein tool zum bios selber modden.... damit bastell ich mir meine bios selber. Einfach um auf Nummer sicher zu gehen.
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Ja einmal das fΓΌr die inno3d und das Referenz skynet
Das referenz funktioniert besser.
But i use 24/7 the original bios its secure ^^

Mittlerweile gibts ein tool zum bios selber modden.... damit bastell ich mir meine bios selber. Einfach um auf Nummer sicher zu gehen.

Might want to look at the ToS for this forum sir, posts are only allowed in English. Sorry
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