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GTX 780 Classified Overclocking and BIOS Question(s)

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Hello all! I recently purchased a GTX 780 Classified and have been trying to see how far this card will go for overclocking. I've gotten the card to be relativity stable around 1248 MHz core. I haven't touched any of the memory clocks yet. When I go to raise the voltage, I use the EVGA Classified voltage tuner (that allows the card to go up to 1.35v. However, I have only touched the top slider. I find that the GPU doesn't react well to me trying to push past the 1248 MHz. mark. For bench marking, I use Unigen Heaven 4.0. I dont get freeze-ups, but there is the occasional artifact that pos into frame every once in a while.

I've seen several users on here refer to a Skyn3t BIOS, and I must say, I'm a little confused about how this BIOS actually works. I've been a long time AMD fan and am just now getting into NVIDIA's tech. My question(s) are: 1) How does this custom BIOS work for the 780 in terms of power delivery/performance/overclocking. 2) Would anyone here reccomend that I flash my LN2 BIOS to the aformentioned BIOS to get any performance gains (if that's even possible). Any helpful tips are welcome!
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I'm in the same boat as you man. Got my first nvidia card yesterday, 780 Classified. Only experience with amd oc until now. Therefor would really appreciate some insight from the experienced users in this forum.
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