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THANKS!

It's unclear if MSI TF4 is covered. Also, did u do the 1.3V mod too?

Not yet, I've got 3x and the middle card was hitting 95 deg C in valley benchmark so I want to get them under water before I even think of going beyond 1.2!

If it's a reference card then the one I did should be fine. Take a copy of your existing bios via GPU-Z first, you might have better luck editing it yourself. It's quite easy to just increase the power target I think...

http://www.overclock.net/t/1452223/kepler-bios-tweaker-v1-26-v1-27-added-tdp-unlock-gtx-780ti-780-titan-gtx770

Thanks man.

Editing my own BIOS in the 660 was what screwed them up.

I guess what I really need is for someone to hold my hand that has done this to their MSI Gaming with the TF4. AFAIK, it is reference, but I'm not risking $700 unless I know it will be OK.

Anyone? It is a lot to ask, so feel free to ignore me, lol!
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Thanks man.

Editing my own BIOS in the 660 was what screwed them up.

I guess what I really need is for someone to hold my hand that has done this to their MSI Gaming with the TF4. AFAIK, it is reference, but I'm not risking $700 unless I know it will be OK.

Anyone? It is a lot to ask, so feel free to ignore me, lol!
I just used the Ez3Flash tool in the OP to flash my Gaming with the MSI bios that is also in the OP, it took about 2 mins and it's pretty much foolproof. It will back up your original bios just in case too....
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Voltage control in MSI Afterburner only works on MSI cards I'm afraid....
Ok, so then how do I increase voltage?
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*sigh*

I'm not going to waste my breath arguing with you.

But back on the original question of Titan Z's power envelope, there is no way any manufacturer is going to make a commercial off the shelf product that exceeds the power specifications that the standards stipulate. That means the unmodified card will never pull more than 75W from the slot, never pull more than 75W from a 6-pin connector and never pull more than 150W from the 8-pin connector. If it needs more power, they'll add another connector. For example. the reference PCB for a Titan does in fact include unpopulated location for an additional power connector.

You REALLY dont want to understand...
The WIRING as you say permit over that current like i stated in my article, way over the specs for PCIe!
When the card needs the power, the PSU delivers it through the wiring!
If you want to stay at stock 250W its fine for people that do not OC the cards but we are at OCN and OC is in our blood!
With Oc'ed cards you go over the specs very fast and as i stated in the article you can go over those specs without the worries of burning the wires because they can handle it! THAT WAS THE PURPOSE OF THE ARTICLE!
Single rail PSUs can deliver ALL the 12V PCIe cables amperage through them, either if its 2 or more cables, Multi rail PSU's are NEEDED in some cases to mix rails to prevent OCP shutdowns, ask around , people will tell you the same! Some people are getting over 700W on their KPE's...
I did not offend you! so dont be RUDE and arrogant! As you were before at my Brother and are going at it again!
If you dont understand or like my articles please do not comment them! And this is the last time i speak to you, so it ends here!

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Edited by OccamRazor - 3/28/14 at 5:29pm
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*sigh*

I'm not going to waste my breath arguing with you.

But back on the original question of Titan Z's power envelope, there is no way any manufacturer is going to make a commercial off the shelf product that exceeds the power specifications that the standards stipulate. That means the unmodified card will never pull more than 75W from the slot, never pull more than 75W from a 6-pin connector and never pull more than 150W from the 8-pin connector. If it needs more power, they'll add another connector. For example. the reference PCB for a Titan does in fact include unpopulated location for an additional power connector.

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You REALLY dont want to understand...
The WIRING as you say permit over that current like i stated in my article, way over the specs for PCIe!
When the card needs the power, the PSU delivers it through the wiring!
If you want to stay at stock 250W its fine for people that do not OC the cards but we are at OCN and OC is in our blood!
With Oc'ed cards you go over the specs very fast and as i stated in the article you can go over those specs without the worries of burning the wires because they can handle it! THAT WAS THE PURPOSE OF THE ARTICLE!
Single rail PSUs can deliver ALL the 12V PCIe cables amperage through them, either if its 2 or more cables, Multi rail PSU's are NEEDED in some cases to mix rails to prevent OCP shutdowns, ask around , people will tell you the same! Some people are getting over 700W on their KPE's...
I did not offend you! so dont be RUDE and arrogant! As you were before at my Brother and are going at it again!
If you dont understand or like my articles please do not comment them! And this is the last time i speak to you, so it ends here!

Thank you!

My brother , you can't make blind people read with they own eye and make deaf people hear you. just skip it like we used to. wink.gif
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Ok, so then how do I increase voltage?

Sorry if you already said but PrecisionX doesn't work? Have you tried Nvidia Inspector? http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/nvidia_inspector_download.html
Some have reported it working with their 780Ti!


Cheers

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Overclockers exceed all specifications. biggrin.gif

It's been observed by most serious overclockers that our power draw exceeds specs by quite a bit, but no "magic smoke" for me yet.., touch wood.
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Sorry if you already said but PrecisionX doesn't work? Have you tried Nvidia Inspector? http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/nvidia_inspector_download.html
Some have reported it working with their 780Ti!


Cheers

Ed

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That's weird!! Using PrecisionX. I am getting a solid 1.212v with my EVGA 780ti Reference and Skyn3t Bios. Just got around to trying out this Bios and still sorting things out. Got it running stable at 1297mhz. Highest temps. I have seen under load were 43C. Got it to 1310 but it wasn`t completely stable, so backed it off a bit. Got EK waterblock on there which performs very nicely.
Was wondering... Does it make any difference what I have the Power and Temp Targets set at?
Thank you for your efforts with these Bios. Enjoying using it so far.
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Sorry if you already said but PrecisionX doesn't work? Have you tried Nvidia Inspector? http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/nvidia_inspector_download.html
Some have reported it working with their 780Ti!


Cheers

Ed

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I tried Inspector and it lets me adjust the voltage, but it won't apply my core overclock - it reads as the stock 1084. Inside Inspector, it shows the core clock at 1084, the overclock at 1200, but the current clock reads 1084. It also shows up 1084 when I use MSI Afterburner. Any idea how to fix this?
Edited by lantern48 - 3/28/14 at 10:54pm
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Say uh...

I was wondering, when folks talk about max clocks with this card (or any other nvidia Boost card, I guess), are they talking about set clocks, or Boost clocks?

I can get my 780 Ti up to 1150mhz (Afterburner setting), stable in BF4. Boost is 1294mhz. (Volts are set to max in AB; I've had Power Limit up to 105%, doesn't seem to help, may actually make OC less stable. Memory is @ 1800mhz.)

Can I go around saying I got my card to 1294mhz, or do I gotta refer to actual software setting (1150mhz)?
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