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post #9711 of 16491
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

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


Cheers

Ed

(Team skyn3t)

Thanks for that. I had to reboot a few times and go through Windows auto repair. But thankfully Win 8.1 will enable its software "GPU". I flashed back to the skyn3t MSI BIOS.
post #9712 of 16491
Does someone own a PNY GeForce GTX 780 Ti XLR8 OC PCI-E 3GB? It seems to be the same than the Leadtek WinFast GTX 780 Ti O.C Triple Fan. Any reviews?
post #9713 of 16491
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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

You can up the volts even higher- try 1.35V. Keep an eye on the core and VRM temps though!

I just tried at 1.32V and it ran fine for about 10 seconds, then suddenly a pop noise (fairly faint, like a muffled bubble wrap noise) and now every time I boot I get a bluescreen that says something about a "windows service exception".

*Edit: It seems to boot fine when I flick the bios switch on the GPU, any idea what could be wrong?
post #9714 of 16491
Did you flash the bios on the other side?
post #9715 of 16491
Gave up on the ASUS card, buzzing got worse, heat got to 103c.
Took it back and got a refund. Bough 2x EVGA GTX780 Classifieds for nearly the same price.

That is 4 GTX780ti's with proven problems (3 Gigabyte and 1 ASUS All tested in store and found faulty)

So I can't be a member of this club anymore mad.gif

Will take my fat butt to the 780 Owners club now... thumb.gif
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post #9716 of 16491
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Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey View Post

Gave up on the ASUS card, buzzing got worse, heat got to 103c.
Took it back and got a refund. Bough 2x EVGA GTX780 Classifieds for nearly the same price.

That is 4 GTX780ti's with proven problems (3 Gigabyte and 1 ASUS All tested in store and found faulty)

So I can't be a member of this club anymore mad.gif

Will take my fat butt to the 780 Owners club now... thumb.gif

Go submit GPU-z here at the Classified owners club!! http://www.overclock.net/t/1411500/official-evga-classified-owners-club
post #9717 of 16491
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Originally Posted by pharcycle View Post

On a side note I've been following this thread for a while and there seems to be a lot of hate towards Gordan which I think is somewhat unwarranted!

While I appreciate your vote of confidence, I think "hate" is too strong a word. I dared show evidence that went against the commonly received wisdom and egos flared. It happens. Considering those most vocal in their views against what I said ended up paraphrasing what I said at least twice themselves, it is clear that despite how it may have appeared at the time there is a lot of agreement on the reality of things.
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Personally i believe that those cards already were flawed from the beginning but there is no way to know that when you buy the card but due to the very high loads the card is subjected while mining those defects may dictate the outcome! Ask Gorden, he uses his card for mining and can give you a heads up and a few pointers!

You could look back a few pages to the BIOS I posted. It's a modified version of the EVGA SC BIOS with power limit raised to 120% as standard (max and default are the same), and undervolted by a few notches. It should work fine on most reference 780Ti boards. The tuning was done for the standard reference cooler. It mines 24/7 at 90C, about 70C above ambient with the fan at 4200rpm (you will need to use Precision-X or appropriate similar tool to bump the temperature limit to avoid temperature based throttling. I find that the TDP limit keeps it at a constant 1087MHz@1.085V while mining, and this yields about 700KH/s.
post #9718 of 16491
Oh and 10 minutes ago I heard from ASUS.
The card is faulty, the VRM's should be getting that hot and the buzzing isn't normal.

So if anyone else with this card has the 100c VRM temps, its official RMA the card.
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hey schoolofmonkey sorry to here that but please clarify, you say vrm hitting 100c is NOT normal? This was the response from asus? Correct to RMA?
    
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hey schoolofmonkey sorry to here that but please clarify, you say vrm hitting 100c is NOT normal? This was the response from asus? Correct to RMA?

Blanked names for privacy, I basically said the VRM's are hitting 100c
My email:
"Hi
I just bought my card and have noticed that the VRM temps are hitting 100c.

The card's back plate and connector port plate is too hot to touch.
I've attached a GPU-Z log of a quick Heaven benchmark I did.

Are these normal VRM temps for this card or is there something wrong?
I have done the latest BIOS update today as well.

Thanks"


"Dear Valued Customer -
Thank you for contacting ASUS Service Care

We apologize for the delayed response due to the weekend.

For such situation, we recommend user RMA warranty your Graphic Card GTX780TI-DC2OC-3GD5 product.
Please rewrite a mail to acau_rma@asus.com
Then in that mail, please provide this information:
• Customer name
• Customer address
• Customer e-mail address
• Customer contact number
• Serial Number
• Model name
• Place of Purchase (Retailer name)
• The reason why your retailer can't offer warranty
• Fault description
The copy of your invoice should be appreciated.

That deparment will check and handle it. They will contact with you.

Thank you for your support Asus product.
Wish you have a good day.

Best regards

ASUS service center"
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