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Originally Posted by fredocini View Post

oh man especially under water you should be more than capable of doing so thumb.gif

what clocks are you currently running your card at atm?


Hi ,, still stock speed ,, didn't play with anything yet

i went through the first page but it seems that there is too much work and bios falsh needed ,, and i don't have the time to do all these process

as i mentioned i just wanna safe OC with noticable improvment over the current score ,, not testing the card to the limit

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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

If your block and loop is working as expected I doubt you'll see 50 degrees and that's with a fair amount of volts thrown in (not sure if you can overvolt your card.. didn't check what it was). On the EK block I usually find my VRM temps are ~5 degrees higher than GPU.

it's Reference EVGA card ,, so i will have to flash the bios if i want to play with the voltage ( if i'm not mistaken )

Thanks
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Any fellow gtx 780 ti owners have a TRI SLI setup?

I am working on overclocking under a surround 3 monitor setup. Purchasing this monitor as a result of how enjoyable the experience is:
Asus 144hz

I have so far only been able to overclock +125 clock and +125 mem and power to 106% without it crashing and locking up battlefield 4 under surround 5076x1080

Any takers??

Anybody?? Nobody has done TRI-SLI with this card?
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Anybody?? Nobody has done TRI-SLI with this card?

I'd say you'd want to flash your bios to Skynets and make they are for your model/manufacturer.

they will give you Increased Power Limit and Increased Voltage to achieve a higher overclock.

these can be found in the first post of this Thread.


Also with detailed instructions and How To guides
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I'd say you'd want to flash your bios to Skynets and make they are for your model/manufacturer.

they will give you Increased Power Limit and Increased Voltage to achieve a higher overclock.

these can be found in the first post of this Thread.


Also with detailed instructions and How To guides

Wanted to make sure my card was compatible.

This is the card from the first post:

EVGA ACX Cooler 03G-P4-2784-KR

This is the card I purchased:

EVGA 03G-P4-2884-KR GeForce GTX 780 Ti Superclocked

Does it matter if its a slightly different model?? Or does it need to be exact?
post #7955 of 16498
Dont hold me to this, but i believe you'd want the 780 Ti SC ACX Bios, assuming from the link of the ordered graphics card.

http://www.overclock.net/attachments/19581
Edited by NiNoDuKEz - 2/24/14 at 5:07pm
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Man. Not sure what to do. The card I purchased is 150 more or so...
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Dont hold me to this, but i believe you'd want the 780 Ti SC ACX Bios, assuming from the link of the ordered graphics card.

http://www.overclock.net/attachments/19581

Is their a way to reflash the original BIOS if things dont work properly?
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Is their a way to reflash the original BIOS if things dont work properly?
ASA
If you use the EZ3flash tool in the OP, you can backup your original bios before flashing Skyn3t's bios. If you don't like it or it doesn't work, you can just use the same tool to reflash your original bios.
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ASA
If you use the EZ3flash tool in the OP, you can backup your original bios before flashing Skyn3t's bios. If you don't like it or it doesn't work, you can just use the same tool to reflash your original bios.
You could also backup your BIOS using GPU-Z smile.gif
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my temps are surprisingly better on the reference but that could have a little to do with the gelid paste or that I was using the acx in a somewhat small case to begin with. The acx cooler probably better suited for a mid tower/full tower case.

I noticed in valley, even on the very first run, I would reach temps of 74-75c with acx but the reference is keeping it around 67-68c max.
those are some awesome temps! now just out of curiosity…. i was thinking of maybe applying new paste on my gpu as well. i have an aggressive profile and depending on the game i can reach max up to 77 degrees celcius.

do you think it will be worth it to change the paste on my gpu? should i be expecting a big difference in temps and will i void my warranty? also will it help me increase my oc on my card?

I'm just feeling a bit adventurous and want to try it out… i just want to know if there are some precautionary measures i should be considering though or if its even worth it.
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