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post #9981 of 16490
Hi Everyone,

I had issue with my second EVGA GTX 780 TI SC (non-ACX), stock bios at 80.80.34.00.80. Wasn't happy with forcing in the EVGA gtx 780 TI SC/ACX. So I changed the stock bios and only copied over the voltage changes to 1.212v and pushed the power target at 120%, keeping turbo boost. The first board is skynet edition EGVA GTX 780 TI AC/ACX.
First board is at +307 core + 300 mem, power target at 176%. Second card at +161 core, +300 mem, power target at 116%. Both boards at 1.212v. Second board runs at 1430MHZ in Valley. not to bad for reference boards with 65% ASIC.

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After a little over 4 months my 780 TI ACX has taken a turn. . sad-smiley-002.gif

I originally thought it started when moving from 332.21 WHQL to 334.89 crashing in games. I kept lowering the OC and it would seem to have worked but only briefly as games started crashing again. I switched back to previous driver, still crashing. Tried current 335.23 WHQL stock clocks games crash upon loading. Other times I can play for a while and then black screen, or hard freeze with forced reboots required. I can run a 3DMark11 demo but can't benchmark. It crashes upon loading and restarts my system when I try.

Down clocking Core and Memory by -115 offset is what it takes to play games stable. Hmmm I never did try a benchmark with a down clock.

I never flashed my BIOS, sorry I know. redface.gif Ruled out PSU extensions by removing them. Temps are in check. Fresh Win 8.1 install when I installed my 780 TI to avoid any issues when I moved from my 290X.

One thing I can say is EVGA is great when their products fail as I already have an RMA as of today. I'm kind of taking a sigh of relief I went with EVGA.

I've had a GPU over clock degrade before, aka my current 690 , but it's stabilized eventually by lowering clocks still above stock and is now running 24/7 in my second rig listed. I thought I had same issue with my 780 TI and I would have dealt with it but not if it's no longer running stock. I've not had the time to try out my 690 as it's not an easy task between two kids who use that second rig a lot. Going to see if I can find pull it out when they aren't looking this weekend just to rule everything else out. Now I'm sad I sold my 680 for $250 recently as that would have come in handy.

The new ASUS PG278Q is about to release and I'm hoping to have this back before so I can try out G-sync.
     
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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.....

I have run into this same problem when benchmarking in Valley. Did you notice after this happened that your GPU clock was back to factory bios default? I'm curious what's causing this to happen for my setup as well. It has only happened when overclocking my GPU past +125 or so on my 780 Ti SC ACX.
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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.

I've seen the green artifacts once in Valley benchmark for a split second before black screen and falling back to factory settings....crap. stun.gif

Also, since this is my first post, just want to say hey to the forum! I've spent the last couple of evenings reading through the last 100 pages or so. New to overclocking and trying to absorb as much info as I can, so far this place has been great! Will fill out my sig now...
post #9984 of 16490
I have the same issue...running skynet bios for Gigabyte WF3... upon start up it stays at my default of 1084mhz. any suggestions on how to get it to idle lower?
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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!


Cheers

Ed

(Team skyn3t)
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I have the same issue...running skynet bios for Gigabyte WF3... upon start up it stays at my default of 1084mhz. any suggestions on how to get it to idle lower?
Are you running multiple monitors? Nvidia drivers force full speed if it detects more than one monitor...
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Just 1 dell monitor off the dvi port. Gonna flash stock back on and see if it goes back to lower speeds
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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!


Cheers

Ed

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Thanks Ed smile.gif , Yeah, well, so many background programs running wink.gif Where to start? You are thinking of going into Processes in task manager and kill them one by one to see if i can find the culrpit?
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post #9988 of 16490
Hey guys.

As you've all seen I've been having problems with my GTX780ti's due to Buzzing.
I've RMA my Galaxy but now I'm stumped.

Is it possible that a motherboard can cause you GPU to buzz?

I've got a spare HD7750 in my machine at the moment, I was playing Kingdoms of Amalur and guess what I can hear a buzz from the GPU.
Can't be power now, this card doesn't use it.

When I heard it I was like "What?".

Any ideas?
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Is the sound constant there or at certain times? Is it a real buzz or more of a whistle sound. To what other sound can u compair it?
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Its there all the time under load, no a buzz that accompanies the normal coil whine when it happens.
Otherwise its a constant buzz, now on a completely different card with no extra power connectors.

You know if I wasn't laughing I'd be crying right now.
I've never seen anything like it.
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