Hey guys, I have flashed my Zotac GTX 780ti with the Skyn3t BIOS(Thank you Skyn3t), and it works great
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 Edited by ReXtN - 4/9/14 at 3:17am