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The stand is also cool. Walking dead is a great series!
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By reference you mean the first bios listed in the first post?
What kind of differences did you have?

How can you mod the bios yourself?

I'm actually from Finland, but I do understand german smile.gif
Betwen reference Skynet and inno3d skynet? Nothing only the reference skynet based on the nvidia bios and the Inno3D skynet on the Inno3D Bios.

Why do you want to flash the Skynet?
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No, that's only the non-Ti 780 and the Titan (I'm not sure about Titan) but I Know it doesn't work on the Ti!!!!
Ok, so Nvidia made sure to lock that completely down then, hehe and yes it works on the Titan.
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https://unigine.com/products/valley/

You can customize settings but I recommend just using the preset "Extreme HD" as that is the only way your scores will be accepted in Valley benchmark thread.

OK thanks, so far on stock bios, Afterburner settings: +75mV, 105% power limit the best I managed was +150 MHz, which gave 1255 MHz @ 1.162V. Even 5 MHz more than that would cause Valley to crash. FPS on Valley at this speed was 78.5. Don't know why, but I could never get the volts to go up to 1.212V.
FWIW my ASIC is 70.8%. I f I have time this weekend I will flash skyn3t's bios. I should just use the MSI one in the OP right?
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And press F12 when finished to get a valid screenshot in C:\Users\YOUR USER NAME\Valley\screenshots for the Valley scores threads.
Thanks, good to know!
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OK thanks, so far on stock bios, Afterburner settings: +75mV, 105% power limit the best I managed was +150 MHz, which gave 1255 MHz @ 1.162V. Even 5 MHz more than that would cause Valley to crash. FPS on Valley at this speed was 78.5. Don't know why, but I could never get the volts to go up to 1.212V.
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yes sir!thumb.gif
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Betwen reference Skynet and inno3d skynet? Nothing only the reference skynet based on the nvidia bios and the Inno3D skynet on the Inno3D Bios.

Why do you want to flash the Skynet?

Mostly to get rid of the power/voltage limits.

Secondly, I will most likely overclock my GPU a bit, nothing too much.
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I went to 1319/1900mhz @ 1.187v - 86.3 fps in valley. I'm surprise about the memory. It still seems to be going strong. But my current setup, especially being on air, is definitely not conducive to maxing overclocking potential. Temps are getting pretty high but man, this card makes me want to watercool and see if I can reach that potential. I just don't feel comfortable pushing this card in my current condition. We'll have to wait and see. I just may watercool eventually.

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one question:
have you guys all flashed to skyn3t bios and disabled GPU Boost ? or you kept boost enabled ?
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one question:
have you guys all flashed to skyn3t bios and disabled GPU Boost ? or you kept boost enabled ?

I can't speak for the rest of the owners, but I want boost disabled. I have found it allows me to set a higher and more stable OC in my systems.
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