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EVGA 780ti classified hydrocopper overclocking questions

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I've got an EVGA 780ti classified hydrocopper (GK110 Rev. B1) and am having driver stability issues when I overclock past 1276 boost D:
My card has bios 80.80.34.00.80 (P2083-0030)
Right now I'm using EVGA rescission X to overclock my settings are as follows:
GPU clock offset +140 MHz
MEM clock offset +120 MHz
power target 110% "max"
The driver crashes regardless of voltage increase...
My temps are between 90*F at idle and 125*F under load

I cant push it beyond this without the driver crashing regardless of voltage increases...

Am I hitting some sort of limit set in the bios? perhaps voltage?
If I am hitting a limit can you recommend a bios that's more overclocking friendly for this card "EVGA 780ti classified hydrocopper (GK110 Rev. B1)"?
Edited by Static-LNX - 3/19/14 at 8:13am
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The 780ti hits its power target very quickly. I would check out the classified owners club. I flashed skyn3nt bios rev 2 on my classified and raised the power target to 130 overclock issues went away instantly.

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you'll definitely wanna try a different BIOS. That stock BIOS really handicaps the card. Try the skynet, xti, and ftw2002 bioses. They'll all raise the power target and allow proper over-voltage. Click the classy owner's club link in my sig and you'll find all of those in the OP.
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