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which one is doesnt have any fan rattling noise? i wanted to buy evga dual classified but nearly everyone has a problem like rattling fan noise.

which one do you advise

MSI GTX 780 ti GAMING OC

EVGA GTX 780 ti ACX / DUAL CLASSIFIED or SUPERCLOCKED with referance fan

ASUS GTX 780 ti DCU2
I would suggest the asus or reference cooler EVGA personally. Honestly I had bad experiences with the acx cooler with cool whine and have had two 770 classifieds acx that did just that. Although I may just have been part of an unlucky bunch


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Just flashed my cards to vBios but I still cant get above 1.187 volts in fact I cant even under volt it. Any idea why?
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hello

I have a 780ti winfforce 80.80.30.00.1A bios, I flashed with your bios.

Originally the Vgpu is 1.175v but your bios is 1.08v falls in full 3D. Values ​​noted with MSI AB.
At no time have I been able to 1.21v, spits various as soon as I increase the voltage.

I passed on the original bios.

In advance thank you for reading and for all the work you made​​.

Can you put online tools to modify the bios 780ti?

Sorry for my English translated by google ^ ^

Afaik its because MSI AB doesnt fully support 780Ti. I had the same problem with my Palit 780Ti. thumb.gif
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So? Nobody can help me on this one? frown.gif

I jsut want to know the quicker way to Undervolt my 780 Tim checking for stability along the way, to increase the lifespan and lower the temperatures. The Bios on this Thread seems to be focused on OCing, which I don't intend to do with this card.

Thanks!
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Are you planning to mine on the card? If not, I don't see why you need to undervolt to be honest. If you are on air, then make a custom fan profile to lower the temps.
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So? Nobody can help me on this one? frown.gif

I jsut want to know the quicker way to Undervolt my 780 Tim checking for stability along the way, to increase the lifespan and lower the temperatures. The Bios on this Thread seems to be focused on OCing, which I don't intend to do with this card.

Thanks!

You will still need a custom BIOS to do that. The stock BIOS only lets you manually set (if I recall) between 1.168V to 1.212V. The OC'ed BIOS posted around these forums will still let you set a voltage under 1.168V, but you will need to set your Power Limit accordingly so it doesn't boost beyond your set undervolt or else your drivers will crash.
    
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Just flashed my cards to vBios but I still cant get above 1.187 volts in fact I cant even under volt it. Any idea why?

Use PrecisonX! thumb.gif


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I'm mining with my AMD 280X. I don't plan on using my 780Ti for this job. Although sometimes it wouldn't hurt. The issue is it's close the the AMD, so it gets very hot when both are running at the same time.

The issue is the Fan of the Reference 780 Ti is way too loud for my tast. At 80%, it sounds like a turbo jet! I don't like the idea of increasing the fan speed on this card. And I don't know how this will affect the longevity of the fan. I heard using too high RPM can make it loose speed over time.

But using a custom BIOS is out of the way since I have a two year warranty on this card. But thanks for letting me know it's the only way!
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Hang on, did you try using Precision X to undervolt at all? You may not need a custom BIOS.
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But using a custom BIOS is out of the way since I have a two year warranty on this card. But thanks for letting me know it's the only way!
Make backup of your stock bios, flash modded one. If your cards starts having issues just flash the old bios back and send it for RMA thumb.gif If the card is completely dead I very much doubt that Zotac would check what bios the card has.
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