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You have EZ3flash and my flash guide in my SIG! biggrin.gif
skyn3trev.2bios Classy 780Ti / LLC GUIDE

Before you go into the panic room, tongue.gif, try other drivers and games, (Latest 334 driver branch is a hit or a miss, as lots of people are experiencing crashes and a wide array of system/games abnormalities with them) it could be a lot of things, including your OS, .net installations or needed DX updates (always check for the files inside the game DVD/Installation)
For some reason some games act up with some systems, AC4 and BF4 are among them! Resuming: They are BUGGY!!! tongue.gif
And of course VOLTAGE!!! Your card with a certain OC/games might need a voltage bump and crashes without it!
You have the latest Classified Voltage Tool up to 1,500V: Classified_v2.0.4.3.zip 203k .zip file

Read my guide for some pointers: OCCAMRAZOR ADVANCED GK110 OC GUIDE




Cheers

Ed

(Team skyn3t)
Well i flashed the 780 TI Classy, still getting crashes frown.gif

Seems I am only able to put +26 on the core and +299 on the memory?

I pumped up the voltages (still on air but temps were well under 60c) and got another crash mad.gif



As you will see from the image, the card is only using what 20% power? :\

You will see in the GPU usage where i get that spike thats when the crash occurred..

*edit*

Running OC scanner now with 100+ on the core and +299 on the memory been running for around 10 minutes hasn't crashed yet 0 artifacts. Going to try heaven next with everything on the highest setting possible and see how we go..


*edit #2*

Ok, ran Heaven on everything highest as possible, driver crash towards the end..

Now I am sure that 100+ on the core and 299+ on the memory is quite mild for this card? I have skynet's bios loaded 1.1v and still crashing frown.gif Is my card screwed or what?
Edited by z0ki - 3/13/14 at 5:26pm
post #8682 of 16495
Alright, So i decided to start fresh with my OC on the 780 Ti Classy.

I'm just doing the memory right now, didn't benchmark heaven though i just let it loop a couple of times (hopefully this is still okay to do?) and im up to +400 on the memory 3900mhz without any artifacts or crashing. Going to pump it up another 50mhz and see how it goes and wait till it crashes or till i start getting artifacts, then i'll start with the core clock.

My steps seem ok to do?

Also with the core clock, should i do increments of 50mhz? or higher or lower? thumb.gif
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I'd actually start with the core clock first myself. Core will give you more performance and already having the memory maxed may cause your core max oc to be lower.

Sky's bios should be 1045 mhz on the Classy is memory serves me. I'd oc to 1200 mhz and go in increments of 10 mhz.
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I'd actually start with the core clock first myself. Core will give you more performance and already having the memory maxed may cause your core max oc to be lower.

Sky's bios should be 1045 mhz on the Classy is memory serves me. I'd oc to 1200 mhz and go in increments of 10 mhz.

Thanks for the reply mate, well i actually went the other way and started with the memory as someone said in this thread lol... Got it up to +500mhz on the memory gave me 4000mhz

Should i scrap that and start with the core till stable then go with the memory? Only reason why i started with the memory first is because someone said it's better to do it that way rolleyes.gif
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I'd actually start with the core clock first myself. Core will give you more performance and already having the memory maxed may cause your core max oc to be lower.

Sky's bios should be 1045 mhz on the Classy is memory serves me. I'd oc to 1200 mhz and go in increments of 10 mhz.

Thanks for the reply mate, well i actually went the other way and started with the memory as someone said in this thread lol... Got it up to +500mhz on the memory gave me 4000mhz

Should i scrap that and start with the core till stable then go with the memory? Only reason why i started with the memory first is because someone said it's better to do it that way rolleyes.gif

I think he's right. Core first is better

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Thanks for the reply mate, well i actually went the other way and started with the memory as someone said in this thread lol... Got it up to +500mhz on the memory gave me 4000mhz

Should i scrap that and start with the core till stable then go with the memory? Only reason why i started with the memory first is because someone said it's better to do it that way rolleyes.gif

I've seen plenty of people report that they can get a better core overclock by lowering their memory overclock.

And since the core does more than the memory, I'd be trying to find my best core.

But that's just my way of doing it.
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I've seen plenty of people report that they can get a better core overclock by lowering their memory overclock.

And since the core does more than the memory, I'd be trying to find my best core.

But that's just my way of doing it.

Well i'm starting to get pee'd off now.. Just tried running heaven starting at 1200mhz on the core clock memory at stock, half way through heaven i get a driver crash mad.gif

Changed the voltage in precision X to 1.112v and i get a crash! grrrrr.. Should i ramp it up to 1.212v? That should be safe providing temps stay below the max threshold?

I possibly have a crap card don't i?
Edited by z0ki - 3/13/14 at 6:35pm
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Well i'm starting to get pee'd off now.. Just tried running heaven starting at 1200mhz on the core clock memory at stock, half way through heaven i get a driver crash mad.gif

Changed the voltage in precision X to 1.112v and i get a crash! grrrrr.. Should i ramp it up to 1.212v? That should be safe providing temps stay below the max threshold?

I possibly have a crap card don't i?

1.212v is more than safe for everyday use.

I'd set it there and then try your OC.

1.112v is less than what the card runs itself at stock. Mine was 1.187v.
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Thanks for the reply mate, well i actually went the other way and started with the memory as someone said in this thread lol... Got it up to +500mhz on the memory gave me 4000mhz

Should i scrap that and start with the core till stable then go with the memory? Only reason why i started with the memory first is because someone said it's better to do it that way rolleyes.gif

Core will give you far more fps in games than memory! memory OC only makes sense for memory dependent benches and memory bandwidth starved games but with +288GB/s there are not many out there! tongue.gif
Multi monitor high res gaming over 4K mem OC will make sense but still not by much if the above bandwidth is not reached!

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Update our SIG please so we can know what card you have!


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Edited by OccamRazor - 3/13/14 at 6:48pm
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1.212v is more than safe for everyday use.

I'd set it there and then try your OC.

1.112v is less than what the card runs itself at stock. Mine was 1.187v.

Well i just bumped it up (testing purposes) to 1.162v +115 on the core 1200mhz ran 2 loops of Heaven and didn't crash this time!

Should i maybe do increments now on that voltage to see how far i can go on that voltage, or just ramp it up to 1.212v? thumb.gif I am on air atm too till all the wc stuff comes my way but I have the itch to see what I can get on air lol.

The voltage I said, at 1200mhz didn't go above 65c
Edited by z0ki - 3/13/14 at 6:51pm
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