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nevermind, i figured it out. Got ezflash and read the instructions. Sorry for being a noob
post #4282 of 8158
The Ez3Flash link I had shared earlier didn't work? Try the regular Nvflash then from the first post in here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1411500/official-evga-classified-owners-club/0_50
post #4283 of 8158
WOW!~ That bios made a world of a difference. I was artifacting at +75. With the bios and boost disabled the clock is stable at +325 core clock. I didn't touch the memory yet. Should i clock the memory as well? I'm really new so i'm not aware of the difference clocked memory makes.

My temps seem to be good as well. The Gpu never hits 60c. It is between 52-59c with the current overclock. I'm not to sure if that's good or bad, but i'm running on air at the moment. I got a pretty ****ty valley score, so i'm not sure if this information is correct.
post #4284 of 8158
Ya- overclocking memory helps Valley scores a lot! But overclock the core first.
post #4285 of 8158
Yeah, I overclocked to 1300mhz. Valley and GPU-Z show 1300mhz boost clock, and Gpu clock, with a default clock of 993.

I just don't get why this skynet bios makes such a big difference. I was barely able to get to 1300mhz without crashing before, but now i'm running stable, at least to my knowledge it's stable. In the sense that I don't crash and the Temps aren't rising rapidly. Would you suggest leaving this overclock as a 24/7? Or should I just overclock it when i want to play games?
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im using skyn3t bios for gaming and xoc for benching, skyn3t bios lets me play games at 1400mhz easy in pretty much every game imaginable, can probably go higher but really its just a 1-2 fps increase at that point.
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Yeah, I was just wondering. I have my GPU clocked at 1300mhz, but when i play bioshock, the MHZ is only showing at 994 then it jumps to 1150. It doesn't reach the 1300. Is it because it all depends on the game and the environment? So when you are just idling somewhere in a game the clock goes down? Or should the clock be reading 1300mhz all the time?
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Wondering if anyone has experienced this:

Was testing out some games earlier, saw alt tabbing would put the card in the low power stages ( downclock / downvolt ) however, after doing this constantly on purpose ( alt tabbing multiple times ) the card would then at some points lock into 549mhz/3500mhz with 900mv or whatever voltage it was at and never go back to the stock 993mhz core clock
  
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Guys!

Would you recommend changing the thermal paste on my KPE card while running on air?
Gaming is rock stable with 1250MHz core and 7200 MHz memory, but i wish to keep temps even lower for the sake of the card. It hits 75-80 in games.
If yes, which one: I've got two thermal paste materials here, Arctic MX3 and the MX4. There is not a huge difference between the two, but somehow i ended up with better thermal results using the MX3 (on my 4770K). What are your experiences? smile.gif

Thanks in advance!
Edited by proppsie - 5/16/14 at 1:27am
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I've just found this interesting post wrote by TiN on KP forum about the regular 780 Classified (not the Ti!)...
http://kingpincooling.com/forum/showpost.php?p=26872&postcount=7

And this part of the post surprised me a bit:
Quote:
Bouncing around 1.367 to max 1.410V. It's because measurement header takes voltage readout closer to VRM side.
When GPU takes higher loading (current) then voltage drops, and VRM automatically increases voltage output to
finetune voltage back to preset voltage. If measure actually on GPU capacitor (which need soldering probe to card),
then voltage will be exact 1.35V +- few mV, but on VRM side will be little less or more voltage depends on load.

Does it mean that also the voltage measured with a DMM isn't truly correct because it is taken around the VRM side?
If this thing It's true, with bot +25mV switches disabled, the real voltage should be the same that you set manually in the Classy Tool.
Thank you guys, I'm a bit confused and I'm not a master with the english lang... So maybe I understood wrong biggrin.gif
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