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Does anyone have the stock bios for the GTX 780 Ti Reference model 80.80.30.00.80, please help. I need it to fix my bricked card.

Thanks.
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Does anyone have the stock bios for the GTX 780 Ti Reference model 80.80.30.00.80, please help. I need it to fix my bricked card.

Thanks.

www.techpowerup.com/vgabios
    
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What's up guys!

Do you have recommendations on the available aftermarket heatsinks?

I was thinking of MSI's twin frozr or EVGA ACX as they are well regarded by their owners, but then I found this:

MSI Gaming

EVGA SC

They seem crazy hot! Very very hot! Is that normal anyway?
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They seem crazy hot! Very very hot! Is that normal anyway?

Yep, seems VRM running 10c higher than core is totally normal. Which means on a stock-cooled card they hit 90c easily, and aftermarket is 70c-80c.

Hence watercooling these cards is so popular.


At the same time, if you go to the NVidia GPU Boost 2.0 promotional page, it even says:



If NVidia recommends watercooling to get the most out of these cards...they run hot. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by cadaveca View Post

Yep, seems VRM running 10c higher than core is totally normal. Which means on a stock-cooled card they hit 90c easily, and aftermarket is 70c-80c.

Hence watercooling these cards is so popular.


At the same time, if you go to the NVidia GPU Boost 2.0 promotional page, it even says:



If NVidia recommends watercooling to get the most out of these cards...they run hot. tongue.gif

Oh well, so if AMD cards run even hotter... damn hehe.

Thanks smile.gif
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I'm putting on a block for nmy classy, just wondering anywhere else I need to put thermal paste to increase cooling? I've not got a backplate yet either still waiting for Australia to get stock! And when they do, do I need to remove the whole block to put the backplate on once the block is on the card?


And last question, with the thermal pad as shown in the picture, do I really need to cut them in 2 pieces? Considering its near a perfect fit just need to shorten it a tad. Thoughts?
Edited by z0ki - 3/27/14 at 8:30pm
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Yep, seems VRM running 10c higher than core is totally normal. Which means on a stock-cooled card they hit 90c easily, and aftermarket is 70c-80c.

Hence watercooling these cards is so popular.


At the same time, if you go to the NVidia GPU Boost 2.0 promotional page, it even says:



If NVidia recommends watercooling to get the most out of these cards...they run hot. tongue.gif

would one of those NZXT Kraken™ G10 setups help a lot in terms of cooling? I already got an h110i on my cpu and don't really want to spend a whole bunch of money refitting for a custom loop. Seems like the next best option, but I'm not sure if its worth the money to do.
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i just built my custom loop monday night and it was worth every penny my 780ti doesnt seem to pass more then 40 degrees
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i just built my custom loop monday night and it was worth every penny my 780ti doesnt seem to pass more then 40 degrees

How you pay for it if you don't mind me asking? I gotta buy another laptop here soon and don't wanna dump a whole bunch of money at my desktop right now. frown.gif
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