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post #9571 of 16491
Likely it may be a bad flash also. Either way, it is easier to test than go through warranty with MSI.
post #9572 of 16491
Too early to tell, but I think I may be ok.

I went ahead and tossed the stock BIOS on there and clocked up to 1210 boost and played a bit of BF4. Oddly, it felt smoother. It's late and I gotta hit the sack, but thanks so much for your help. I love this place...almost as much as I love my family. thumb.gif
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Yay! Glad it seems to have worked thumb.gif
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Hello guys..I just bought the MSI GTX 780 Ti Gaming gpu..I'd like to overclock my card a little bit so i have 2 questions..
1) Anyone here have this card so he call tell me what's the max overclock and what settings to use for the voltage and stuff?
2) Is it better to flash my card with the custom bios you have on the first page? I'm on stock air cooling with this card.
    
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I do.

I would not recommend it.

Read back a few posts and you'll see why.

There was little to no performance improvement. I am talking about 1 or 2 frames. Is that worth voiding your warranty on a $700 card?

But more importantly, BF4 actually feels SMOOTHER to me w/ the stock BIOS than the SKY BIOS. I have no idea if the SKY BIOS for our card is from the Gaming or reference. But something is not happy. I believe there is at least one other person that has flashed and did not mention any issues.

I might be doing something wrong. But the process is very easy and I don't see how I could have done anything wrong. It is ultimately your card and you will do what you want. But I'm going on record and saying, avoid. The card is insanely fast even before you OC it.

Good luck whatever you decide! thumb.gif

PS. Stock BIOS I can do 1210/7800. This is more than enough to ensure BF4 plays above 120 FPS 95% of the time. I made this a bit ago...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBlXN0l1xpw&feature=youtu.be
post #9576 of 16491
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Originally Posted by doctakedooty View Post

Sounds like a bad flash use a spare card to boot into windows with or on board graphics if you have it then reflash that card again should work

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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Do this:
  1. Shutdown pc remove the PSU power cable
  2. Remove both 8pin cable from GPU
  3. Press power button in the rig to discharge the PSU and the rest of power in the circuit board
  4. Wait about a minute ( two minutes recommended )
  5. Plug back the PSU power cable
  6. Do not plug back the twi 8pin power cable to GPU.
  7. Turn on PC boot into UEFI or Bios and enable IGPU ( GPU integrated in the CPU ) if you don't have extra GPU to put in the first slot exit and save
  8. Boot into windows and wait just a bit to drivers load
  9. Open GPU-Z you will see the GPU there but you cannot use it yet because it is only powered by PCI-E only
  10. Open EZ3flash, follow my guide in my SIG and flash back to working bios or vBios!
    Now go and have fun! smile.gif

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You can use EZ3flash! Its in my SIG and my Flash guide too! wink.gif
Yes thats it! smile.gif
GTX 780 Ti DirectCU II OC


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Ed

(Team skyn3t)

Thanks for the tips, i will try this when i am back home
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Hello guys..I just bought the MSI GTX 780 Ti Gaming gpu..I'd like to overclock my card a little bit so i have 2 questions..
1) Anyone here have this card so he call tell me what's the max overclock and what settings to use for the voltage and stuff?
2) Is it better to flash my card with the custom bios you have on the first page? I'm on stock air cooling with this card.

Hey,
I too have an MSI 780 Ti Gaming. I flashed my card with the skyn3t MSI vBIOS on the first page and it works great. I use nvidiaInspector to OC the card; Afterburner didn't work properly after the flash. I haven't messed with voltage, but the card overclocks to +195 base (1240 MHz) at stock. (When I check a GPU clock monitor at full load, however, the card seems to max out at 1220 MHz.) I set the Power Target to 120% and the Temp Target to 85 C. There's another guy on this board who successfully runs his card at +200 MHz, 120% Power Target, 85 C Temp Target. I wouldn't be surprised if your card performs at the same level as ours. The stock vBIOS isn't bad, though. In the Unigine Heaven benchmark (max settings, 1920x1080), skyn3t (1245 MHz, no boost) and stock (1120 MHz base clock) give me essentially the same score. I do get a higher score with skyn3t in the MSI Kombustor benchmark, though.
post #9578 of 16491
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Hey,
I too have an MSI 780 Ti Gaming. I flashed my card with the skyn3t MSI vBIOS on the first page and it works great. I use nvidiaInspector to OC the card; Afterburner didn't work properly after the flash. I haven't messed with voltage, but the card overclocks to +195 base (1240 MHz) at stock. (When I check a GPU clock monitor at full load, however, the card seems to max out at 1220 MHz.) I set the Power Target to 120% and the Temp Target to 85 C. There's another guy on this board who successfully runs his card at +200 MHz, 120% Power Target, 85 C Temp Target. I wouldn't be surprised if your card performs at the same level as ours. The stock vBIOS isn't bad, though. In the Unigine Heaven benchmark (max settings, 1920x1080), skyn3t (1245 MHz, no boost) and stock (1120 MHz base clock) give me essentially the same score. I do get a higher score with skyn3t in the MSI Kombustor benchmark, though.


The MSI seem to have a mind of its own. I changed it for an EVA ACX SC.
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The MSI seem to have a mind of its own.
Can you elaborate on that?
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Originally Posted by coolharris93 View Post

Hello guys..I just bought the MSI GTX 780 Ti Gaming gpu..I'd like to overclock my card a little bit so i have 2 questions..
1) Anyone here have this card so he call tell me what's the max overclock and what settings to use for the voltage and stuff?
2) Is it better to flash my card with the custom bios you have on the first page? I'm on stock air cooling with this card.

Hey,
I too have an MSI 780 Ti Gaming. I flashed my card with the skyn3t MSI vBIOS on the first page and it works great. I use nvidiaInspector to OC the card; Afterburner didn't work properly after the flash. I haven't messed with voltage, but the card overclocks to +195 base (1240 MHz) at stock. (When I check a GPU clock monitor at full load, however, the card seems to max out at 1220 MHz.) I set the Power Target to 120% and the Temp Target to 85 C. There's another guy on this board who successfully runs his card at +200 MHz, 120% Power Target, 85 C Temp Target. I wouldn't be surprised if your card performs at the same level as ours. The stock vBIOS isn't bad, though. In the Unigine Heaven benchmark (max settings, 1920x1080), skyn3t (1245 MHz, no boost) and stock (1120 MHz base clock) give me essentially the same score. I do get a higher score with skyn3t in the MSI Kombustor benchmark, though.

Interesting...so...is it the card or something I'm doing? I mean, I used EZflash and there really isn't a way to screw it up...I suppose it doesn't matter. But it will probably sit in the back of my mind that I'm not quite the overclocker I thought I was. frown.gif
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