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Is there are newer skyne3t bios for the 780ti classified. I've seen a few people throw around v4 for the 780ti classified but not sure if its new or not
post #9702 of 16495
So using the skyn3t MSI regular BIOS I'm running at 1300MHZ pretty easily. I see a bit of artifacting but this is in Heaven benchmark.

I'm using NVinspector to manage my voltage and clock speeds. It works for me. I prefer the cleaner interface.

This card flies! Can't wait to see my score but I'm sure it's going to be a record for me.

EDIT: I had to scale back to 1290MHZ due to crashing. I think 1.212v is the limit without using an override program right?
Edited by fernlander - 4/7/14 at 4:07pm
post #9703 of 16495
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Originally Posted by fernlander View Post

So I used the regular MSI 780ti skyn3t BIOS and it works. But I have a weird feeling about the skyn3t MSI Gaming BIOS. Should try it again? I just keep wondering why that BIOS alone is the only one with half the file size of all of the others. Is there a reason for that?

The bios was modded from a stock MSI gaming bios that JohnKimble sent me, so its good! He also failed in the first attempt, re-flashed and it works now! wink.gif

If you find you are unable to flash after a bad flash 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 nvflash and flash back to working bios or vBios and have fun

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Originally Posted by z0ki View Post

Is there are newer skyne3t bios for the 780ti classified. I've seen a few people throw around v4 for the 780ti classified but not sure if its new or not

No, the latest bios we have is skyn3t bios rev.2 (evga official fix bios rev) smile.gif


Cheers

Ed

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The bios was modded from a stock MSI gaming bios that JohnKimble sent me, so its good! He also failed in the first attempt, re-flashed and it works now! wink.gif
No, the latest bios we have is skyn3t bios rev.2 (evga official fix bios rev) smile.gif


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Okay I'm going to try it again
post #9705 of 16495
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Originally Posted by fernlander View Post

So using the skyn3t MSI regular BIOS I'm running at 1300MHZ pretty easily. I see a bit of artifacting but this is in Heaven benchmark.

I'm using NVinspector to manage my voltage and clock speeds. It works for me. I prefer the cleaner interface.

This card flies! Can't wait to see my score but I'm sure it's going to be a record for me.

EDIT: I had to scale back to 1290MHZ due to crashing. I think 1.212v is the limit without using an override program right?

No, you only increase voltage beyond 1,212V with the 780Ti with a hard mod, soldering resistances to increase voltage! smile.gif


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No, you only increase voltage beyond 1,212V with the 780Ti with a hard mod, soldering resistances to increase voltage! smile.gif


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That sounds slightly confusing.. So you can or can't go past 1.212v using the classy tool.. Kind of sounds like you can only go higher if you solder stuff.. Though I seen people run 1.3v and beyond with the classy without soldering?
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Originally Posted by z0ki View Post

That sounds slightly confusing.. So you can or can't go past 1.212v using the classy tool.. Kind of sounds like you can only go higher if you solder stuff.. Though I seen people run 1.3v and beyond with the classy without soldering?

Oh, sorry you were talking about the Classy! Yes you can go up to 1,500V with the Classified voltage tool! wink.gif
Sorry my mistake! tongue.gif

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post #9708 of 16495
It happened again. I'm actually going to try to reflash it again. I noticed the file size of my backup BIOS is the same as the skyn3t BIOS.
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Yeah it simply does not work. I've flashed it 4 times at this point. Something is not working.
post #9710 of 16495
Back to the regular MSI skynet BIOS. I hope we can get the Gaming BIOS to work at some point. I'm willing to test it.
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