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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Yes it works 100% when the software is +4-cores aware, if it doesnt use more than 2-cores it doesnt make a difference! Unpark-CPU-App.zip 532k .zip file
Also try Timer Resolution: http://www.lucashale.com/timer-resolution/ TimerResolution.zip 6k .zip file
it changes the resolution of the default windows timer! It works for some people! (not for Skupples tongue.gif )
On my system makes my 3570K on some games 100% usage on all 4-cores! Its use concomitant with UnparkCPU can alleviate CPU bottleneck on some systems (Blame microsoft for having the cores parked to save power! tongue.gif )


Cheers

Ed

(Team skyn3t)

Thanks ED just checked my set up here and found quite a few PARKED CORES!!! What would you think would be the results from this now its all working?

Any advantage for myself as a Bencher on the HWbot, would it help to increase the scores at all?

Thanks,

AJ.
post #8582 of 16490
One way to find out smile.gif I'm going to do a couple of stock / OC runs in a few tests to see if this makes any difference. Worth a shot!

I was well aware of un-parking, but never thought it gained much of anything at all in most applications.
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Well as you have just said, it can not hurt to give it a try!! Just been thinking how to test it out in a proper way here!

AJ.
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Just ordered a Ti K|ngp|n and EK block to replace my reference Ti. Don't feel like waiting any longer for a votlage control solution so it looks like it's time to jump threads. Thanks, again, for the great info here, this card has been fun to tweak! thumb.gif (looks like they are now out of stock..I was going to wait until Wednesday, glad I pulled the trigger!)
Edited by VETDRMS - 3/10/14 at 11:57am
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Just finished my new build, including 2 MSI Gaming Edition 780TI @1258/7800@1.81v
(There were copper blocks applied for VRAM/VR not shown smile.gif


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Anyone have an issue where voltage adjustments don't work with MSI Afterburner on reference 780ti ?

I have two 780ti in SLI and I cannot get voltage adjustments working on the latest Afterburner. It has a slider to add up to 100mv, which first off is wrong as adjustments on the reference cards work in small pre-set increments.

I can adjust voltage using EVGA Precision, but I'd rather use Afterburner because of 64bit support.

Anyone aware of a fix for this for afterburner ?

Thanks
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LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01


Neeeeeej! I thought that the problem was solved, but it's not. T_T

Sorry to bother y'all with this problem again, but I've been reading around about SLI flickering and some people mention that this occurs when their GPUs are running at different clock speeds. I found that my setup does this as well... Checking with Kepler GPU Tweaker, I noticed that the Boost Table and Boost States differ between the Skyn3t BIOS' for the two models. I am attaching a screenshot of the two side by side for comparison.

Also, when checking in MSI Afterburner, the two GPUs seem to behave differently in how they downclock back to idle.

DOWNCLOCKING IN MSI AFTERBURNER
EVGA
1045 >> 836 >> 641 >> 324

ASUS'
1020 >> 797 >> 679 >> 324

I'm beginning to wonder if this is where my problem lies, as the flicker does only occur during the stair-step-esque journey back to the idle 324.

Thanks again to anybody that might be able to shed some light on this issue.
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LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01


Neeeeeej! I thought that the problem was solved, but it's not. T_T

Sorry to bother y'all with this problem again, but I've been reading around about SLI flickering and some people mention that this occurs when their GPUs are running at different clock speeds. I found that my setup does this as well... Checking with Kepler GPU Tweaker, I noticed that the Boost Table and Boost States differ between the Skyn3t BIOS' for the two models. I am attaching a screenshot of the two side by side for comparison.

Also, when checking in MSI Afterburner, the two GPUs seem to behave differently in how they downclock back to idle.

DOWNCLOCKING IN MSI AFTERBURNER
EVGA
1045 >> 836 >> 641 >> 324

ASUS'
1020 >> 797 >> 679 >> 324

I'm beginning to wonder if this is where my problem lies, as the flicker does only occur during the stair-step-esque journey back to the idle 324.

Thanks again to anybody that might be able to shed some light on this issue.


You have 2 cards with 2 different vendors bios (modded but still different vendors) with different settings in bios!
Since you have 2 ASUS and 1 EVGA, i suggest you flash the EVGA with the ASUS bios, that way you have all cards with the same bios setting eliminating your problem!
This assuming you have reference cards!
If you find its not working you can always flash back to EVGA bios!
When testing Titan bios i flashed dozens of times EVGA bios on my ASUS cards without a problem! Its always reversible! thumb.gif


Cheers

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Anyone have an issue where voltage adjustments don't work with MSI Afterburner on reference 780ti ?

I have two 780ti in SLI and I cannot get voltage adjustments working on the latest Afterburner. It has a slider to add up to 100mv, which first off is wrong as adjustments on the reference cards work in small pre-set increments.

I can adjust voltage using EVGA Precision, but I'd rather use Afterburner because of 64bit support.

Anyone aware of a fix for this for afterburner ?

Thanks

There is a compatibility issue with AB and the 780Ti as Unwinder (AB creator) considers the 780Ti non-reference and AB only works properly with reference cards!
You can always try (at your risk as i didnt try this as i dont have a 780Ti) to do the volt mod (giving AB direct control over the voltage controller) and enter the voltage directly on the AB voltage box, just dont set it above 1,187V as it will add the LLC and will go beyond 1,212V (going beyond 1,212V will give you instability)
I say again: this has not been tested and i cannot say for sure if it works! smile.gif

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After flashing the Asus BIOS onto the EVGA I no longer break the 1GHz mark on any GPUs with a fairly noticeable drop in FPS. Weird. =/ They also still have different clock speeds when stepping back down. Hmm... confused.gif

So far no tearing, so that's kinda a plus. Haha.
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