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post #8621 of 16504
The fans on my msi gaming edition started to slightly rattle when at full speed, should I rma?

Can anyone else who owns the msi gaming give me their clocks on air, i cant go above 1187 in tomb raider. I guess I lucked out on this silicon thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
Edited by mercinator16 - 3/11/14 at 5:15am
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If asked, tell them. Don't offer up anything other than, "heard a pop, system shut down".
If your system won't even power on with it, neither will a test bed to try it.........

And not to add salt to an open wound, but this is part of the reason, besides my OCD, that when I run a multi card setup, ALL the cards are the exact same make, AND model, down to the part number.

So would I.
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Hmm.. I didn't think about that... True enough, I suppose.

"Same make and model" is a very, very sore subject for me. They knew damn well that I wasn't comfortable with buying the EVGA after having already bought two Asus' from them. I've read many times that when SLI'ing GPUs you should have the exact same make and model, but they assured me complete and utter compatibility. They stopped carrying the Asus brand and switched to the EVGA because they can charge more for it. $850 EVGA vs $799 Asus.

However, I bought two reference GTX 580s second hand, thinking they were both EVGAs. I couldn't tell because the previous owner put Arctic Coolers on it. Turned out one was a ASUS. My fault for not reading the auction better. Anyhow, I had no issues with them for the two years I owned them and I had them OC'd to Superclocked levels. Just my $0.02.

Sold those and just put an order in for a EVGA 780 TI Classy Monday..should be here today! thumb.gif
post #8623 of 16504
Mercinator with Skyn3t BIOS my 2 780ti Gaming Editions are at 1254, just don't give them any extra voltage. Max power limit and try +223 on core.

Also, could anyone please give me a diagram of the two points for the hard mod on the GTX 780TI MSI Gaming Edition Twin Frozr? I am having the chair of electronics at my school do it for me because I'm a chicken lol.

Here's the PCB:


Edited by Tokuzi - 3/11/14 at 10:59am
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Ok, I saw it somewhere b4. Could someone put up a link to the skyn3t bios and the how to plz. Gotta try this

on those KPEs but too chicken until now. Also any close up pics of the switches plz and thank you.

I'll start with 1 and c how it goes, then try all 4 if I can keep it from blowing up hehehe.


Can hardly wait to c the difference. Noob question, how do u adjust voltages manually. I haven't looked it up

yet tbh, just hope someone has a link to the dummies version on adjustments.

Getting some nice numbers on air so far. 1137/1227 7000/7828. No voltage adjustments either.




http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1845236 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/8095325 http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4980346


Still have to run sli tri and quad but manI LOVE these cards!!!
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Have a question for the water coolers I have my 3 780ti with ek water blocks I am using a parallel bridge and on my gpu loop I have my 3 gpus a 240 ek rad and a ek 480 mm rad with 2 swiftech mcp35x pumps. I think my flow meter is wrong because it says my flow rate is .40 gpm. I understand I lose flow with a parallel bridge but does it sound like my flow meter is messed up because water is really moving out of the blocks.

@OccamRazor I saw you post about covering the inductors ek may have changed the instructions but the blocks I bought last week per the instructions did tell you to cover those inductors.
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Have a question for the water coolers I have my 3 780ti with ek water blocks I am using a parallel bridge and on my gpu loop I have my 3 gpus a 240 ek rad and a ek 480 mm rad with 2 swiftech mcp35x pumps. I think my flow meter is wrong because it says my flow rate is .40 gpm. I understand I lose flow with a parallel bridge but does it sound like my flow meter is messed up because water is really moving out of the blocks.

@OccamRazor I saw you post about covering the inductors ek may have changed the instructions but the blocks I bought last week per the instructions did tell you to cover those inductors.

It seems they edited the instructions to include this information about 4-6 months ago.

I'm also using 35x2 w/ a parallel terminal w/ 3x titans, 2x 480's, 1x 360, cpu, VRM, but I unfortunately do not have a flow meter right now. I how ever can tell you that i'll be running parallel/parallel/serial in my rebuild as it should help flow rates a good bit. @least, this is what IT Diva has told me, and she seems to be correct on these things 99% of the time.
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It seems they edited the instructions to include this information about 4-6 months ago.

I'm also using 35x2 w/ a parallel terminal w/ 3x titans, 2x 480's, 1x 360, cpu, VRM, but I unfortunately do not have a flow meter right now. I how ever can tell you that i'll be running parallel/parallel/serial in my rebuild as it should help flow rates a good bit. @least, this is what IT Diva has told me, and she seems to be correct on these things 99% of the time.
I got 4 mcp35x pumps total 2 on gpu loop and 2 for my cpu loop both loops have there own res and rads they never come together
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Have a question for the water coolers I have my 3 780ti with ek water blocks I am using a parallel bridge and on my gpu loop I have my 3 gpus a 240 ek rad and a ek 480 mm rad with 2 swiftech mcp35x pumps. I think my flow meter is wrong because it says my flow rate is .40 gpm. I understand I lose flow with a parallel bridge but does it sound like my flow meter is messed up because water is really moving out of the blocks.

@OccamRazor I saw you post about covering the inductors ek may have changed the instructions but the blocks I bought last week per the instructions did tell you to cover those inductors.

The 780Ti pdf has those thermal pads on the [R33] inductors, on the Titan/780 pdf there is no mention of it:




Cheers

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(Team skyn3t)

PM´ed you doc! thumb.gif
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Have a question for the water coolers I have my 3 780ti with ek water blocks I am using a parallel bridge and on my gpu loop I have my 3 gpus a 240 ek rad and a ek 480 mm rad with 2 swiftech mcp35x pumps. I think my flow meter is wrong because it says my flow rate is .40 gpm. I understand I lose flow with a parallel bridge but does it sound like my flow meter is messed up because water is really moving out of the blocks.

@OccamRazor I saw you post about covering the inductors ek may have changed the instructions but the blocks I bought last week per the instructions did tell you to cover those inductors.

With a parallel bridge, your only losing flow over each card, it doesn't affect you overall system flow. Since it splits at the beginning to the cards and rejoins just at the end of the cards, it won't have a negative impact on overall system flow. I know it didn't with my system, but I'm also running a D5 pump, I don't like the DDC pumps personally.
Edited by Jimhans1 - 3/11/14 at 7:16pm
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Well guys, looks like I am about done with this card. The K|NGP|N will be here Thursday so I wanted to see where this would max out with cold water and the max 1.212v. Honestly, this seems like a great card. Just to push the scores a bit for this old platform it was feeling like I was going to murder the old QX9650: 4.41ghz took 1.45v with LLC on but wouldn't pass Firestrike combined test. Ended up at 4368. Broke 11,000 in Firestrike and 13,000 in 3DMark11. Wonder where this falls for Yorkfield scores..[looks like the top scores searching results..lol] ;)This old box with the Ti, let alone the K|NGP|N is a bit comical, but it is still rocking for a 6 year old rig, and it's had a hard life! smile.gif

This reference EVGA card ended up at 1411 core and 7980 memory with no artifacts in 3DMark, 3DMark11, and Valley at 1.212v. Coolant temps were about 1-3C and loaded temp was 10-14C. The card will do about 1360 clean up to about 30-35C loaded. This is with the Skyn3t bios and K-boost enabled.

Thanks again for all the info. I'll be tooling on the new card this weekend and will do some cold weather testing. Could this be the oldest platform rocking the K|NGP|N? biggrin.gif



Validation: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/3dwu6/

3DMark



http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1850344

3DMark11

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/8099780

Valley



If only I could throw more volts at it. It will be long gone before we have a software solution, unfortunately.

It has been a blast getting back into this. Thanks for all the hard work. What a cool place OCN is. thumb.gif
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