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post #11 of 63
Thanks for the bios! I'll flash it and see how much higher can I get for my current X6342 on 3DMark 11.

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post #12 of 63
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Originally Posted by santywang View Post

Thanks for the bios! I'll flash it and see how much higher can I get for my current X6342 on 3DMark 11.
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Post some feedback, what'd u try and results. Thx!
post #13 of 63
you know why when sli on or off with your bios or skyn3trev.2bios goes to black screen, with the original bios does not happen.
post #14 of 63
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you know why when sli on or off with your bios or skyn3trev.2bios goes to black screen, with the original bios does not happen.

Need some detail. Sounds like you're saying with bios installed on two cards you go to nV control panel to enable SLI, screen goes black and does not recover? Usually the screen will go flicker for a second when SLI is enabled, yours does not recover? If so, try with no overclocking utilities running, no overvoltage software, reset all nv settings to default, try to enable SLI.
post #15 of 63
the bios is installed in every 2 cards ... the system was clean, no overclocking program, when active or inactive black screen and I have to reboot .. I find when I restart enabled sli, same thing when off.
well known if I use Precision and put 1220 gpu clock 1211mhz me alone, I always mhz in less than 9
post #16 of 63
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the bios is installed in every 2 cards ... the system was clean, no overclocking program, when active or inactive black screen and I have to reboot .. I find when I restart enabled sli, same thing when off.
well known if I use Precision and put 1220 gpu clock 1211mhz me alone, I always mhz in less than 9

I don't fully understand, but it sounds like a successful flash on each card, enabling SLI unsuccessful produces black screen and you have to reboot. If so, when you reboot, SLI still shows in nv cp but enabling will produce black screen again?

Confirm with GPU-Z all clock data are the same? both cards show up okay and runs okay with SLI disabled, will go into 3D game mode even though primary card only one active?
post #17 of 63
Installed the 1212 Bios and it's working great. Boosts to 1215 and is stable. Before I got this Classified I had a Gigabyte 780 ti GHz that went to 1215 out of the box but it wasn't stable and I wasn't about to downclock it since that's not what I paid for. I'm very happy with this card and even more so now that I have this bios installed. +Rep and Thanks!
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Intel Core i7 2600K Maximus IV Extreme EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Classified Corsair Vengeance CMZ8GX3M2A1600C8 
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Windows 7 Corsair Vengeance K70 Seasonic Platinum 1000 Silverstone TJ-07 
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Windows 7 Corsair Vengeance K70 Seasonic Platinum 1000 Silverstone TJ-07 
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post #18 of 63
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Installed the 1212 Bios and it's working great. Boosts to 1215 and is stable. Before I got this Classified I had a Gigabyte 780 ti GHz that went to 1215 out of the box but it wasn't stable and I wasn't about to downclock it since that's not what I paid for. I'm very happy with this card and even more so now that I have this bios installed. +Rep and Thanks!

Thanks for the feedback! I nearly bought the Gigabyte for it's high factory clocks; but am happy with the Classified after getting it running right. Thanks again
post #19 of 63
I'm currently boosting to 1276 mhz at 1187 mv on bios 80.80.34.00.80 (P2083-0030)
Will this bios help me reach higher clocks on my EVGA 780ti classified (GK110 B1) hydrocopper or is this bios specific to the air cooled classified?
My GPU Clock offset is +140mhz and Mem clock offset is +120mhz at +0mv
For some reason when I push the clock farther I get driver crashes regardless of overvoltage =\
If this bios is meant for the air cooled classifieds could someone direct me to a good hydrocopper bios mod?
Edited by Static-LNX - 3/19/14 at 7:46am
post #20 of 63
I am need of some input/help with my OC on the EVGA GTX 780 Ti Classy. I flashed the LN bios with your 80.80.34.01.80 (p2083-0030) bios to get the 1.212V out of the box with boost set to 1202MHz. When running stress test I can get it stable with no artifacts even when adding +38MHz core and +200 memory, but when playing Crysis 3 at your stock bios setting or my added clock speed it crashes. If I switch back to the stock bios with stock clocks it runs with out problem. I am able to play other games as well without an issue (BF4 Ect) so is this my card not being able to handle the overclock? or driver/game related problem?

I was also wondering if anyone elses card makes a buzzing sound ? kind of sounds like a hard drive noise, only makes this sound while playing games.

Thanks in advance for any help.
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