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Heck shilka, I'm heading out ur way in May. Could've brought some. Enjoy!

Timing I guess.

Going to Amsterdam. Should be great!

1st trip to Europe.


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Heck shilka, I'm heading out ur way in May. Could've brought some. Enjoy!

Timing I guess.

Going to Amsterdam. Should be great!

1st trip to Europe.


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Amsterdam is in Holland or the Netherlands as its also called not Denmark

Sure hope you where joking otherwise you really need to look at a map of Europe again

No offence meant


Edited by shilka - 3/27/14 at 7:08am
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LOL.
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Show me the evidence. I pointed out what my conclusions are based on.
As for helpfulness, I posted my modified BIOS that actually achieves a meaningful improvement AND lowers running temperatures by undervolting. Other BIOSes under the same load will run a lot hotter and/or slower.

The only caveat is that it is stability tested on my cards - and since all silicon is not the same when it leaves the factory the undervolt (5 notches) may be too far for some cards.

The only other thing I still need to figure out is where the absolute maximum fan PWM is stored to get the rpm on the 780Ti up to 5200 rpm. I'll probably start with the Titan engineering BIOS, get the memory size adjusted, and take it from there.

you misread and still misread all this thread. I have not build any bios to do good or worse in mining. you need to read this thread right. why keep talk back? most of the conversation here is about gaming and bench. mining belongs to another thread.

the only thing I agree with you is the silicon.
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you misread and still misread all this thread. I have not build any bios to do good or worse in mining. you need to read this thread right. why keep talk back? most of the conversation here is about gaming and bench. mining belongs to another thread.

the only thing I agree with you is the silicon.

You are missing the important point, which is that optimal settings are optimal settings, regardless of what you are going to use the card for.

The BIOS I posted has been optimized more thoroughly and tested more harshly. If you don't want to push your card as hard, great, don't pull the thermal limit in Precision-X/Afterburner - and you'll STILL be better off because of the undervolting effect, which will result in higher clocks for any given peak TDP (and thus temperature, assuming one actually bothers to limit the TDP to the appropriate value so that the card always sits just below the chose peak temperature). This is going to hold true regardless of whether you are going to use the card for LN2 benchmarking self-gratification, gaming or mining.

The main point in my original post was pointing out that the % fan limit has nothing to do with the peak fan rpm - the actual highest fan rpm is stored elsewhere, and the % value is merely a % of that. 100% fan speed with one BIOS could be the same as 80% fan speed with a different BIOS on the same card. So grabbing a different BIOS just because it lets you turn the fan speed % higher does not mean that the fan rpm will actually be higher.
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Ordered the 780 ti classified! How good is the EVGA Supernova 750 Watt Gold rated PSU for this card?
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How good is the EVGA Supernova 750 Watt Gold rated PSU for this card?

Which one of them NEX or G2?
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Either way, 1.25-1.3v will trigger OCP on that PSU.

I know it seems kind of rude saying it, but honestly wouldn't bother with the classified in that case. 850 to 1200w preferable. I've seen Classys trigger OCP on 1000WG2
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Either way, 1.25-1.3v will trigger OCP on that PSU.

I know it seems kind of rude saying it, but honestly wouldn't bother with the classified in that case. 850 to 1200w preferable. I've seen Classys trigger OCP on 1000WG2

Rail overload from running 8+6 pin off a single rail, maybe? Classifieds are only a minor tweak on the reference design, I wouldn't expect them to be drawing that much more power, at least not compared to a reference card with a tweaked BIOS.

I just got a 1300W G2 purely on the basis of the 10 year warranty (and I thought the 5 year warranty on CoolerMaster PSUs was exceptional). It's still in the box, though, will see how it goes when I build the backup SR-2 rig.
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Rail overload from running 8+6 pin off a single rail, maybe? Classifieds are only a minor tweak on the reference design, I wouldn't expect them to be drawing that much more power, at least not compared to a reference card with a tweaked BIOS.

I just got a 1300W G2 purely on the basis of the 10 year warranty (and I thought the 5 year warranty on CoolerMaster PSUs was exceptional). It's still in the box, though, will see how it goes when I build the backup SR-2 rig.

G2´s are sinlge 12v rail units
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