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Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey View Post

I've lodged a ticket with ASUS, I'm interested in what they have to say about the temps.

With the buzz/whine noise I really have to have my head near the card to hear it over everything else, but I could bet in a silent room with a silent PC you'd hear it.
When I had side off my case the VRM's hit 102c, with it on they never go over 100c.
I have a 200mm fan blowing directly on the card, so I guess that's helping.

Oh and I'm directly under a split system air con set at 23c..

Good luck getting Asus to do anything about it, their CS has gone to poop over the years, I've never seen a company fight so hard to KEEP from honoring their warranty on a product as them.
post #9622 of 16490
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Good luck getting Asus to do anything about it, their CS has gone to poop over the years, I've never seen a company fight so hard to KEEP from honoring their warranty on a product as them.

My experience exactly. Until you start sending them letters via a lawyer and/or government consumer protection agencies they will just stall and ignore you.

Interestingly enough, I only ever had two graphics cards fail, an ATI 4870X2 in 2009 and a Titan the other day. Both Asus. Serves me right for not having learned the lesson the first time around.

I used to swear by Asus products. Now I wouldn't touch them with a barge pole.
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I've gone straight to ASUS Australia, so being the weekend I doubt I'll hear from anyone yet.
We have different and more harder consumer laws, Don't care if ASUS don't answer the store I bought it from has to honor the warranty and or offer a refund withing 30 days of purchasing the product.
And the guy I bought it from already suffer a huge fine for not abiding by Australia consumer law.

Problem is will my next GTX780ti face similar issues, I've had 3 Gigabytes and 1 Asus with some kind of issue.
Trying to source a EVGA here is hard, the store only sells Gigabyte, ASUS and MSI.

I went with the ASUS because they are all I've owned in the past with no problem.

I cable tied a Noctua fan to the card blowing from front of the pc to the back of the card.
Lowered temps to about 95c in heaven, but the longer you stress the card the loud the buzzing gets, card is silent in the first 5 minutes.
Seriously I fell asleep while running a benchmark only to wake up to find the card buzzing.

Am going to try it in another machine with a different power supply today, won't stop the temps but at least I can knock out the "its the power supply" come back everyone gets.
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The interesting thing would be to know if the hot temperatures on the vrm area are rated to run like that. I have heard on other forums that some vrm's can run safely up to 120 degrees providing that the materials used for their assembly are of high quality. If this wasnt the case could we say that asus dcuII cooling solution is flawed or not efficient? I mean Im ok if the vrm runs at 100C and the card isnt damaged but what about if in one month the card melts while playing bf4 for example because of the vrm. I will also try to contact asus here in Spain and see what they have to say. Im at stock factory overclock right now with 954mhz core and boost of 1020mhz. I would like to know if anyone here has overclocked the asus dcuII even further and what temps they are getting on the vrm. If anyone can assist thanks.
    
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The interesting thing would be to know if the hot temperatures on the vrm area are rated to run like that. I have heard on other forums that some vrm's can run safely up to 120 degrees providing that the materials used for their assembly are of high quality. If this wasnt the case could we say that asus dcuII cooling solution is flawed or not efficient? I mean Im ok if the vrm runs at 100C.

I agree with you, if Asus turns around and say its the safe operating temp for the VRM's they use, I can deal with it.
The stupid warranty sicker on the heatsink screws really annoyed me, means I can't do any extra cooling like adding a thermal pad under the back plate or replacing the thermal pad under the vrm heatsink, heck water cooling the thing without voiding warranty.

I'll see if I can get the buzzing sound on video because its happening ALL THE TIME now in games vsync or not.

Here is what I caught, yes the case fans do drown out the noise a bit, but you can hear the buzzing (Done all the eliminations 100% Fan etc)
http://youtu.be/o9SMYKpJLqs
During the test I've noticed that as soon as the VRM go over 80c the buzzing noise starts, at 90c there is what I'd consider a slight buzz, GPU fan drowns it out unless your head is next to the card. Anything under its quiet.
Edited by schoolofmonkey - 4/5/14 at 5:01pm
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Had a nice chat with James @ EVGA support today.

-BIOS mod is covered provided you return to factory BIOS

Took 1 minute and 20 seconds to reach him. He knew his stuff too.

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Had a nice chat with James @ EVGA support today.

-BIOS mod is covered provided you return to factory BIOS

Took 1 minute and 20 seconds to reach him. He knew his stuff too.

Sent from my HTC6525LVW using Tapatalk

Yap! I keep saying that over and over but some people don't heed! Now its two of us saying! tongue.gif
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If you have a dual BIOS card, only 1 BIOS being stock is enough too! I found out personally when I had to RMA one of my KPEs. I will never buy anything other than EVGA for Nvidia cards given their excellent customer support (as long as they sell voltage unlocked Classifieds that is!).
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With volt mod of 150 ohm solid resistor it adds .177 to what ever voltage you add in precision x this was at 1.21 v set in precsion x and under load it adds about .4 v which gives 1.34 but at idle its at 1.299 v I usually run my cards around 1.26 so under load 1.3v
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As some of you sent me vbios to mod, here they are! wink.gif ; later the OP will reflect the added bios!
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PNY 780Ti (Two fans version)
PNY780TiTwoFans.zip 132k .zip file
Version 80.80.34.00.2A
Boost disable like always
Core clock : 928Mhz
Voltage unlocked 1.212v
Default power target with 100% slide 300W to 200% 600W


MSI 780Ti Gaming
MSI780TIgaming.zip 65k .zip file
Boost disable like always
Core clock : 1045 Mhz
Voltage unlocked 1.212v
Default power target with 100% slide 300W to 200% 600W



ASUS MATRIX PLATINUM
ASUSMatrixplatinum.zip 133k .zip file
Boost disable like always
Core clock : 1071 Mhz
Voltage unlocked 1.212v
Default power target with 100% slide 300W to 200% 600W

Best Skyn3t & Occamrazor


All of you take care! thumb.gif


Ed

(Team skyn3t)

PS: All of you that know my Brother, send him a PM with some good words of encouragement, he is having A LOT of work (which is good but its really tiresome) and he has no time to drop by OCN, he feels bad about it but he has a very busy life indeed! Thanks! thumb.gif
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