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Since you have nvidia inspector, i think you could force idle mode, for both 780ti.
You need to create a .bat file with this 2 commands (one for each card)

"C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:0,8
"C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:1,8

Please, someone with more knowledge, confirm this option.
post #9972 of 16504
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Originally Posted by latprod View Post

Hey guys, does anyone know how to get the cards to downclock when idle?
I'm running two 780 Ti's in SLI, watercooled and with Sky's Bios.
But they constantly stay at 1045 mhz, even when not under load.
Any tips?
Same thing goes for my OC'ed 4670k OC'ed CPU, it stays at max voltage constantly.
Tried fiddling with the power options but to no avail.

Thanks!


You likely have a background program forcing the CPU and the GPU's to go higher power state, close everything you can and check if it works!


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LOL I just managed to burn an EVGA Geforce 780 Ti Superclocked /ACX that is number 2 within 1 month.

The smell was pretty awful and after inspecting the card closely it seems to be the area I have made a red ring around there kind of popped out:




(Speculation, but by smelling at that specific area it smells strange - The smell kind of filled the whole room, so it was very difficult to pinpoint exactly what broke down, but since I am writing from the computer using the integrated gfx, I guess it is the graphic card again again, though this time there is no 4 beep VGA error code).

The store is REALLYYY going to love me.

I am going to bring in this card instead: ASUS GeForce GTX 780 Ti 3GB DirectCU II OC - I have had nothing but good luck so far with ASUS and as the former owner of the Direct CU II 560/680/780 I guess it is time to test the 780 Ti as well. Hopefully that will last a bit longer.

wow i was looking for another Ti and this one was on my mind but this kinda scares me, as u have two burned cards could this be somekind of known problem of the superclocked acx?

EDIT

Did not see you used them for mining smile.gif Still sucks for you tho frown.gif The DCII custom design is much stronger, the 780 non ti can mine but still gets verrrry hot. Why not use a cheaper older AMD card then can mine same hashes for half the power n price?
Edited by jezzer - 4/17/14 at 1:44pm
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wow i was looking for another Ti and this one was on my mind but this kinda scares me, as u have two burned cards could this be somekind of known problem of the superclocked acx?

EDIT

Did not see you used them for mining smile.gif Still sucks for you tho frown.gif The DCII custom design is much stronger, the 780 non ti can mine but still gets verrrry hot. Why not use a cheaper older AMD card then can mine same hashes for half the power n price?

After two in one month from ruined even that I have e-mails from EVGA confirming that I can LTC mine without issues I have no trust in the brand. I am going to get the ASUS GeForce GTX 780 Ti 3GB DirectCU II OC (GTX780TI-DC2OC-3GD5).

If that brakes as well, I am done mining with OC and maybe even with mining. - I can't continue to RMA all the time.

This time the stored asked me to sent pictures of my rig etc etc.
post #9975 of 16504

Does anyone have trouble with flashing GTX780ti sli? On one card i get 2.212, on the other i get 1.200. Anyone who can help? smile.gif
Edited by kalleklovn12 - 4/17/14 at 2:39pm
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Does anyone have trouble with flashing GTX780ti sli? On one card i get 1.212, on the other i get 1.200. Anyone who can help? smile.gif

If the flash was successful with both cards, just use K-boost feature with PrecisionX to have constant 1,212V! thumb.gif



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If the flash was successful with both cards, just use K-boost feature with PrecisionX to have constant 1,212V! thumb.gif



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I still got 1.2000v and 1.2120v. With k-boost enabled. ?! I dont understand...

Thank u! I made it work, just had to change gpu in the voltage"meter". YEY! Thanks again.
post #9978 of 16504
Played PLanetside 2 quite a bit today and I had my monitor go black for a few seconds. Game went on, and after a few seconds it was back. Had this happen 3-4 times in under an hour.

Is this:

(a) a card issue?
(b) monitor issue?
(c) PSU issue?

Anybody have this issue? I never had this problem with my 560 gtx ti.....
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Played PLanetside 2 quite a bit today and I had my monitor go black for a few seconds. Game went on, and after a few seconds it was back. Had this happen 3-4 times in under an hour.

Is this:

(a) a card issue?
(b) monitor issue?
(c) PSU issue?

Anybody have this issue? I never had this problem with my 560 gtx ti.....

You forgot:

(d) Driver issue tongue.gif

I have it once in a while in one of my monitors since the 320 driver branch, does it happen on the desktop too?


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Originally Posted by Mark the Bold View Post

Played PLanetside 2 quite a bit today and I had my monitor go black for a few seconds. Game went on, and after a few seconds it was back. Had this happen 3-4 times in under an hour.

Is this:

(a) a card issue?
(b) monitor issue?
(c) PSU issue?

Anybody have this issue? I never had this problem with my 560 gtx ti.....

I had this repeatedly when I had my Gigabyte GTX780ti OC, even in SimCity the screen would go black for a few seconds and then come back on.
Even had a hard crash when it happened too.

It could be a driver issue, but this didn't fix mine, it is worth trying different drivers.
Run Display Driver Uninstaller, and try the oldest driver compatible with the card an work up from there.

If they all do it, try running 3D Mark 11, that exposed the VRAM problem with my first Gigabyte card. (Green artifacts)

Hope that gives you some ideas.
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