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Originally Posted by Ajay57 View Post

Just checked out my ASIC here on one of mt 780 TI's, this is the result 75.5%!!!

Is this good or Bad??? Thanks!




AJ.

Most don't put much weight into ASIC quality. But 75.5% would appear to be a decent number for a card that does good on air and water at lower voltages.
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Anyone help? Please :-(

People have families, jobs, lives and on that narrow free time they have from their day, some come to this special place some of us call home here at OCN to do the things they enjoy: learn, help and hang out with people that share the same hobby!
Modding bios is not just to open KBT and edit a few values or copy our bios settings onto their bios like some do and its done! Some bios have to be manipulated to work properly by altering their code!
As you can imagine this is no simple task or easy as each bios has a "few" thousands lines of code and it takes TIME! smile.gif
I already have your bios and am looking into it, "soon" (as when i/we have TIME to do it) it will be posted in the OP!
Take care and dont worry you or anybody else are not forgotten, its just the problem of finding the time to do it! thumb.gif
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Once again, I write about the problem
I have Asus Ti DCUII OC
flashed bios
Asus Ti DCUII OC
Version 80.80.34.00.10
skyn3t-Ti-DCUII-OC.zip 135k. zip file
obtained frequency 1020, and 1045 are not
reinstalled drivers, etc.
BIOS can not see it right?

Im sorry but can you explain a bit better? if its a matter of language i speak a few, PM me and ill do my best to help you! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by steadly2004 View Post

Quick question. I know that we've said multiple times that mining will be too much stress for the VRM's and most likely will end up killing the card. But... what about BOINC? Is that just as bad? I like to turn on BOINC on colder nights to warm my room, and contribute at the same time. Is this possibly going to end up where we know mining does?

Like Skupp says! go stock clocks and voltages, clocks reverts to stock when double precision is enabled due to the load it generates on the CUDA cores and the heat that comes with the high wattage! More volts and higher clocks are not advisable! thumb.gif


Cheers all

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Lots of guys with EK blocks here i see. I know that EK have the best VRM temps of all water-blocks out there. thumb.gif

I'm getting my two blocks next week i think. Now this is my first water-cooling loop ever.
Should i use the pads that come with the block. And should i do something different that's not in the manual? redface.gif

I wanna get the most out of my build so is it anything that i can do to make temps better?

This is the block i'l be using.
    
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The stock pads are fine. Also consider throwing thermal pads on the backside of the VRMs between the block and backplate. That is assuming you are buying a backplate.
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That's what I would get in this situation, were it me looking. Good hunting! thumb.gif

Also, unless they are the same price as the standard card, don't worry about the superclock or the FTW cards, you can equal the factory OC on them with a standard card and pocket the extra scratch!

Yup I know. Thanks for the heads up!! Think I'll buy one next week. smile.gif
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The stock pads are fine. Also consider throwing thermal pads on the backside of the VRMs between the block and backplate. That is assuming you are buying a backplate.

Alright!

Yes i am. Could you point out exactly where i should place the pads? On a picture hehe smile.gif

Also i saw this thread. He claims that the R33 chokes never touch the block. Is this his fault becuse of bad mounting or should they not be cooled?
EK include them in the manual so?

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18565977
    
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you should be using the same size thermal pads on the R33 inductors, as you use everywhere else. Which is likely .5mm
I'm confused... Are you running past 1.212V or not? 1.212V is the max possible voltage you can get out of a bios, anything after that requires the commands,.

Sorry for any confusion. Let me clear things up a bit. The offset voltage method behaves exactly like the normal AB implementation of voltage control in my case (i.e. it doesn't work). If I start at a voltage less than 1.212v and use the offset, once I pass this level it will cause instability. At higher clock speeds (>1300), I can step the voltage up in single 6.25mv increments and I will notice tearing or geometry errors (usually black triangles) once I pass 1.212v with this method (or any current method). Decreasing the voltage below this threshold clears up any artifacts. At higher clocks above 30C I will get artifacts even at 1.212v, which is normal in my experience when you've reached a limit (before a hard crash). This is in the 1385-1398 range at 1.212v. The card is stable in benches/games at 1372 @ 1.212v, but above 30C in Tomb Raider benchmark it will artifact a bit, so for normal game use I have it set to 1346 @ 1.212v with no signs of artifacts/stability issues (normal loaded temp of 30-35C).

I am using the stock bios with modified power tables that match the Skyn3t bios. I am also using K-boost to lock clocks and the voltage control tool in Precision to set 1.212v.

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Your poor GPU really needs a CPU upgrade to shine, but very impressive overclocks thumb.gif

Yes, but I'm really impressed how well this 6-year old system is still able to handle games and just about everything else. An upgrade is overdue, but it's sad how little the bar has moved in 6 years, which was once an eternity in terms of performance delta over time. Mobile/power-first architecture and a limit to what's required for general compute, imho, is the cause. I've had a lot of fun refreshing this old rig just to see how it performs and I'm proud of the old bugger. I had a pile of very nice old Viper John (anyone remember that name!?) heatsinks laying around and replaced the crappy Asus heat-pipe mess and adapted an old MCW-60 with an Apogee top and a Viper John 8800GTX plate to the northbridge:



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Alright!

Yes i am. Could you point out exactly where i should place the pads? On a picture hehe smile.gif

Also i saw this thread. He claims that the R33 chokes never touch the block. Is this his fault becuse of bad mounting or should they not be cooled?
EK include them in the manual so?

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18565977
I had to use thicker pads than the supplied ones
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I had to use thicker pads than the supplied ones

Ok does EK include some spare pads so i could go double the thickness?

How about taking some pads from my ref coolers? They should have great quality. EVGA made mine cards.

Also is their any spots on the back between back plate and PCB that i should t use pads?
I'm always in for knowing everything possible about everything i found interesting wink.gif

Sorry for machinegunning questions biggrin.gif
    
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Ok does EK include some spare pads so i could go double the thickness?

How about taking some pads from my ref coolers? They should have great quality. EVGA made mine cards.

Also is their any spots on the back between back plate and PCB that i should t use pads?
I'm always in for knowing everything possible about everything i found interesting wink.gif

Sorry for machinegunning questions biggrin.gif




Dont forget the [R33] inductors (in the yellow area) as they are not stated in EK pdf to cover with thermal pads!



So THIS wont happen! (there is always a chance for something to go wrong but we have to take precautions to diminish those odds right? wink.gif )

CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90

Cover this area (+- 1,5mm thermal pads) on the back of the PCB as its opposite to the VRM modules and will optimize heat transfer to the backplate (you wont see much difference but its better than nothing IMO) thumb.gif

Sorry for the machinegun answers! tongue.gif

Take care



Cheers

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