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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.
inno has a bad Support in Germany smile.gif and died the card and you can not flash back the card the warranty is away. wink.gif
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inno has a bad Support in Germany smile.gif and died the card and you can not flash back the card the warranty is away. wink.gif

Well, I have flashed the bios on a dead card personally, so don't know what more to tell you. As long NVFlash can see the card, it can be flashed!
post #7523 of 16492
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Well, I have flashed the bios on a dead card personally, so don't know what more to tell you. As long NVFlash can see the card, it can be flashed!
as long ...
post #7524 of 16492
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Well, I have flashed the bios on a dead card personally, so don't know what more to tell you. As long NVFlash can see the card, it can be flashed!

There's the difference, define "dead". Like you say, if you can see then it's not dead. Dead is when your BIOS doesn't see it and of course both Device Manager and nvflash are oblivious to it's existence. That's dead.
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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.

Why tri-sli? (besides benchmarking, what games are you running that you feel needs tri-sli?)
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Why tri-sli? (besides benchmarking, what games are you running that you feel needs tri-sli?)

I'm running my system attached to 3 Dell U3011's. So in games like WoT, I'm running it at 7680x1600, and in BF4 and CoD, I'm running 4800x2560. I have a fourth that will be coming in a month for the dedicated physX card. It's NOT necessary, it's what I WANT. biggrin.gif
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I'm running my system attached to 3 Dell U3011's. So in games like WoT, I'm running it at 7680x1600, and in BF4 and CoD, I'm running 4800x2560. I have a fourth that will be coming in a month for the dedicated physX card. It's NOT necessary, it's what I WANT. biggrin.gif


pics! biggrin.gif
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That's about average. If you run a custom bios and 1.212v then you'll probably hit 1250-1275 mhz.

Thanks. I was able to run 1300MHz with skyn3t without problems.

Sweet spot for me is 1202MHz @ 1.10v since I'm air cooled in a mITX case. Can't really go higher clock at that voltage or lower voltage at that clock without instability.
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Needless to say memory helps so much in valley. clocks at 1306/1850 @ 1.175 - 84.9fps



Edit: I think I may want a new PSU, I'm not sure 750w will cut it. I mean, it is okay so far but I just don't want my whole system to crash on me from overclocking.


Another Edit: Crap! I didn't even realize I broke 1000 posts! Yay!

Another Edit! Looks like 1306mhz is as far as mine will go at 1.175v on air without artifacts but that doesn't include the memory overclock. It is still accepting my memory overclocks.thumb.gif Time to move up a notch to 1.187!

looks like you've got an awesome card there! were you able to confirm if ram speed does affect gaming performance? i have roughly the same clocks as you atm now with only +50 more on my memory overclock but still only getting 84 fps frown.gif
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pics! biggrin.gif

I will definitely be posting them once the build is done, I was waiting on the cards to get the build going....
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