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Hey! what cooling fluid you have there? Red wine??? tongue.gif
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post #9752 of 16481
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Hey! what cooling fluid you have there? Red wine??? tongue.gif
LMAO EK Blood Red
post #9753 of 16481
Hey guys, I have flashed my Zotac GTX 780ti with the Skyn3t BIOS(Thank you Skyn3t), and it works great biggrin.gif

The Voltage is now unlocked to 1.2120V on the Core.
With this BIOS I can't OC higher than i could with my stock BIOS.. The higest OC Im able to be stable @ is 1241MHz. Im able to hit this clockspeed no matter if the Voltage slider is @ stock or at 1.2120V...
I have tried using Trixx, OC Guru, Asus GPU Tweak, Afterburner, NV Inspector and Precision X, all with the same result..

When i monitor the Voltage, i can see that the Volt is at 1.2120V if the card needs it no matter what i set it to. So if I set it to stock Voltage, and with 1241MHz coreclock, the GPU is running @ 1.2120V with 1241MHz coreclock. But if I have stock clockspeeds and stock voltage, the volt is like 1.07V instead. And as I increase the clocspeeds, the Volt rises with the rising clockspeed. This happens if the slider is set to stock, or if the slider is set to max(1.2120V), the only difference is that when the Volt is @ stock, the Voltage drops when @ idle, and when Im using max it is staying @ 1.2120V even when Im @ idle.

What do you guys think this could be? is it normal for the Skyn3t BIOS to act this way?
And I would like to get 1.3V on the Core. Is it a BIOS or a tweak that ist able to do 1.3V?

I used the GTX 780ti Zotac BIOS, the 80.80.30.00.01. Can i use another type of BIOS? like use the Asus Matrix, or the Galaxy HOF BIOS instead?

I hope this made sense to you guys wink.gif
Edited by ReXtN - 4/9/14 at 3:17am
post #9754 of 16481
Hi,

Yesterday i flashed my MSI TF OC Gaming 780ti, with the "new" skyn3t msi gaming bios from the first page, but "things" don't work...
I previously had the "standard" skyn3t msi bios and everything worked excellent.
I flash it using Ez3flash, choose option 1 and 5, rebooted, booted to windows, unninstalled previously
geforce drivers with DDU, reinstalled the drivers again (337.50).

Everything appears to be working ok, but i started to see that i can't acess nvidia control panel,
nvidia inspector didn't work, and GPUZ show me, something that i dont know to interpreter...
That my card/gpu it wasn't properly detected, maybe ? (i unninstalled/reinstalled drivers 3 times with DDU)

GPUz info: (confirms that the new bios is flashed)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/qiaochz1efgooj3/780ti.PNG

For now i flashed back the "standard" skyn3t msi bios, following the exact same steps,
and everything is working fine again.

Any clues why with this bios things didn't work ? Are anyone using this bios with the MSI TF OC Gaming 780ti ?

Thanks,
JE
post #9755 of 16481
So I been trying alot to oc my reference 780 ti with skyn3ts bios, seems 1205mhz on the core is the maximum i can achieve with a 230mhz on the memory clock. (sk hynix).
Which in my opinion is quite low but things happen right tongue.gif. I've got some questions tho

When i play or benchmark my "power %" in precision x is never above 103% on benchmarks and around 90% playing games, eventho the slider is pushed to 200% on the power target, I'm using pci express 2.0 could this be it? Or is it normal 103% is the highest? And sometimes the power % dips to around 50% which causes a lag spike that is quite annoying frown.gif. Oh and when a game/benchmark crashes i will have to restart the pc because if i try and run the game/benchmark again the clock is maxed at 1045mhz which i guess is the "stock" speed from the skyn3t bios.. ?
post #9756 of 16481
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Originally Posted by achilles73 View Post

Hi,

Yesterday i flashed my MSI TF OC Gaming 780ti, with the "new" skyn3t msi gaming bios from the first page, but "things" don't work...
I previously had the "standard" skyn3t msi bios and everything worked excellent.
I flash it using Ez3flash, choose option 1 and 5, rebooted, booted to windows, unninstalled previously
geforce drivers with DDU, reinstalled the drivers again (337.50).

Everything appears to be working ok, but i started to see that i can't acess nvidia control panel,
nvidia inspector didn't work, and GPUZ show me, something that i dont know to interpreter...
That my card/gpu it wasn't properly detected, maybe ? (i unninstalled/reinstalled drivers 3 times with DDU)

GPUz info: (confirms that the new bios is flashed)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/qiaochz1efgooj3/780ti.PNG

For now i flashed back the "standard" skyn3t msi bios, following the exact same steps,
and everything is working fine again.

Any clues why with this bios things didn't work ? Are anyone using this bios with the MSI TF OC Gaming 780ti ?

Thanks,
JE

Hey,

Neither Fernlander nor I could get the skyn3t MSI Gaming vBIOS to work. JohnKimble (the guy whose stock vBIOS is the basis for the skyn3t vBIOS) did get it to work, however. Our posts are a few pages back. Fernlander and I had the same problem as you, I think: our computers disabled the card.
post #9757 of 16481
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Originally Posted by moper View Post

Hey,

Neither Fernlander nor I could get the skyn3t MSI Gaming vBIOS to work. JohnKimble (the guy whose stock vBIOS is the basis for the skyn3t vBIOS) did get it to work, however. Our posts are a few pages back. Fernlander and I had the same problem as you, I think: our computers disabled the card.

Ok, i see that, so the problem must be the bios, in some way is not yet completly compatible with other (msi gaming) cards.

Thanks for the clarification.
post #9758 of 16481
Hi guys yesterday i got Gigabyte Gtx 780ti oc windforce 3
And in the pcb found a white marks ??? What is that and from what this marks and that dangerous or ??
post #9759 of 16481
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Originally Posted by Ahmed Agrode View Post

Hi guys yesterday i got Gigabyte Gtx 780ti oc windforce 3
And in the pcb found a white marks ??? What is that and from what this marks and that dangerous or ??
It is probably just some markings for some sort of components smile.gif
post #9760 of 16481
Hi again - for all of your Cudaminers out there - finally some great news:

Okay so basically my first card might just have had some error and I should not worry about mining while not gaming on my second?

Thank you for clarifying.

Cheers,

John


2014-04-08 16:01 GMT+02:00 :


supportEU@evga.com
09.56 (for 4 timer siden)

til mig
EVGA Support Email

John, thank you for contacting the EVGA Customer Service Team. My name is Matthew Moser and I will answer your question today.

Your Answer:

Hi John,

Yes, the first card that failed may have had an error on it. If you have any issues or questions on your current card please contact us back.

Regards,
EVGA
Your Question:

Okay so basically my first card might just have had some error and I should not worry about mining while not gaming on my second?

Thank you for clarifying.

Cheers,

John


2014-04-08 16:01 GMT+02:00 >:

So basically overclock the hell out of the card and mine your ass off, EVGA approves this message. smile.gif
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