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GTX 780 Ti Owners Form
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[CENTER]♦░▒█▓▒░♦  [URL=https://www.overclock.net/t/1438886/official-nvidia-gtx-780-ti-owners-club][Official] NVIDIA GTX 780 Ti Owner's Club][/URL]  ♦░▒█▓▒░♦[/CENTER]


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DISCLAIMER! (Click to show)
DISCLAIMER
Do at your own risk! I am NOT responsible if anything goes wrong! Although nothing should.

Official skyn3t GTX 780 Ti vBios released thumb.gif
Download skyn3t-Ti-vBios Info: Spoiler! (Click to show)

vBios GTX 780 Ti
Version 80.80.30.00.80 - 80.80.30.00.01
Base core clock 1045Mhz
Disabled boost
3d voltage adjustable
1.212v unlocked
Fan Idle 20%
Fan bumped to 100%
Default power target 100% 300w by 200% slide 600w >>Evga Precision X
Default power target 100% 300w by 300% slide 600w>> Msi AfterBurner


Palit Jetstream vBios
[*] skyn3t-palit-jetstream-780Ti.zip 135k .zip file
[*]80.80.34.00.15

MSI 780Ti Reference
[*] skyn3t780tiMSIref.zip 142k .zip file
[*] 80.80.34.00.01

Galaxy 780Ti V2
[*]80.80.34.00.23
[*] skyn3tGalaxy780TiV2.zip 135k .zip file

Gigabyte 780ti OC 3 Fans
[*]80.80.34.00.3E
[*] skyn3tgigabyte780ti-OC_3fans.zip 135k .zip file


iChill 780Ti
[*]80.80.30.00.1F
[*] skyn3tiChill780ti.zip 135k .zip file


Inno3D GTX 780 Ti DHS
[*]80.80.34.00.1A
[*] skyn3tInno3DGTX780TiDHSedition.zip 135k .zip file


EVGA 780Ti SC ACX[*]
[*] skyn3t-780TiSCACX.zip 135k .zip file
[*] 80.80.34.00.80

GTX 780 Reference
[*] 80.80.30.00.80
[*] skyn3t-Ti-vBios.zip 136k .zip file

GTX 780 ACX model
[*] 80.80.30.00.80
[*] skyn3t-Ti-ACX-vBios.zip 136k .zip file

GTX 780 Asus
[*] 80.80.30.00.01
[*] skyn3t-Ti-vBios-Asus.zip 136k .zip file

GTX 780 EVGA SC ACX
[*] 80.80.30.00.80
[*] skyn3t-Ti-vBios-EVGA-SC-ACX.zip 136k .zip file

GTX 780 Gainward
[*] 80.80.30.00.01
[*] skyn3t-Ti-vBios-Gainward.zip 136k .zip file

GTX 780 Gigabyte
[*] 80.80.30.00.01
[*] skyn3t-Ti-vBios-Gigabyte.zip 136k .zip file

GTX 780 Inno3D
[*] 80.80.30.00.01
[*] skyn3t-Ti-vBios-Inno3D.zip 136k .zip file

GTX 780 MSI
[*] 80.80.30.00.01
[*] skyn3t-Ti-vBios-MSI.zip 136k .zip file

GTX 780 Palit
[*] 80.80.30.00.01
[*] skyn3t-Ti-vBios-Palit.zip 136k .zip file

GTX 780 Zotac
[*] 80.80.30.00.01
[*] skyn3t-Ti-vBios-Zotac.zip 136k .zip file

GTX 780 Palit Jetstream
[*] 80.80.30.00.0E
[*] skyn3t-Ti-vBios-Jetstream.zip 135k .zip file

Gigabyte Windforce F3X
[*] 80.80.30.1A
[*] skyn3t-780Ti-Giga-WF3X-.zip 135k .zip file

Gainward Phantom
[*] 80.80.30.14
[*] skyn3t-780Ti-Phantom.zip 135k .zip file

Asus Ti DCUII OC
[*] 80.80.34.00.10
[*] skyn3t-Ti-DCUII-OC.zip 135k .zip file

Inno3D iChill HerculeZ 3000
[*] 80.80.30.00.1B
[*] 780ti-ichill-h-300-vBios.zip 135k .zip file

Galaxy 780 Ti HOF Edition
[*] 80.80.34.00.25
[*] skyn3t-780-Ti-HOF-Edition.zip 135k .zip file

PNY 780Ti (Two fans version)
[*] 80.80.34.00.2A
[*] PNY780TiTwoFans.zip 132k .zip file

ASUS MATRIX PLATINUM
[*] 80.80.34.00.33
[*] ASUSMatrixplatinum.zip 133k .zip file

MSI.GTX780Ti.TwinFrozrGaming
[*] 80.80.30.00.2C
[*] MSI.GTX780Ti.TwinFrozrGaming.80.80.30.00.2C.zip 68k .zip file


MSI.GTX780Ti.TwinFrozrGaming
[*] 80.80.30.00.30
[*] MSI.GTX780Ti.TwinFrozrGaming.80.80.30.00.30.zip 68k .zip file

MSI.GTX780Ti.TwinFrozrGaming
[*] 80.80.34.00.0E
[*] MSI.GTX780Ti.TwinFrozrGaming.80.80.34.00.0E.zip 135k .zip file

MSI.GTX780Ti.TwinFrozrGaming
[*] 80.80.34.00.0F
[*] MSI.GTX780Ti.TwinFrozrGaming.80.80.34.00.0F.zip 68k .zip file


MSI.GTX780Ti.TwinFrozrGaming
[*] 80.80.34.00.35
[*] MSI.GTX780Ti.TwinFrozrGaming.80.80.34.00.35.zip 68k .zip file


Best skyn3t & Occamrazor

Ez3Flash
Is a small tool to help anyone flash they GPU. It also has come with the Nvflash. Ez3Flash: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Download link => Ez3flash.zip 365k .zip file
Update 12/12/2013
Ez3flash with PLX chip
Added support to owners with PLX chip and guide how to.
Code:
For PLX chip owners you must understand how to skip the PLX chip with ez3flash
I have added a *PLX-CHIP.png* into this new revision to show you how to skip PLX and flash
each GPU.

This is how you display adapter should look like when you have PLX (8747h) among the GPU.
Nvflash read's GPU "0" to "5" ez3flsh show's GPU "1" to "6".

This is side by side Nvflash with Ez3flash.

*Nvflash*                      *Ez3flash*
Select display adapter:        Process number
<0> PLX (8747h)  >>>>>>>  # 5.  nvflash -i0 -4 -5 -6  " Flash GPU #1 " 
<1> GeForce GTX  >>>>>>>  # 6.  nvflash -i1 -4 -5 -6  " Flash GPU #2 "
<2> GeForce GTX  >>>>>>>  # 7.  nvflash -i2 -4 -5 -6  " Flash GPU #3 "
<3> PLX (8747h)  >>>>>>>  # 8.  nvflash -i3 -4 -5 -6  " Flash GPU #4 "
<4> GeForce GTX  >>>>>>>  # 9.  nvflash -i4 -4 -5 -6  " Flash GPU #5 "
<5> GeForce GTX  >>>>>>>  # 10. nvflash -i5 -4 -5 -6  " Flash GPU #6 "
Select a number (ESC to quit):

Now you can flash four GPU with PLX chip with easy flash you just need to match the 
*Select a number (ESC to quit): *

to flash all GTX your Process number is : 6,7,9,10
5 and 8 is the PLX chip.
enjoy it

skyn3t

How to read memory manufacturer on the GPU without removing the Cooling system. Read memory manufacturer on GPU: Spoiler! (Click to show)
FtW420 shared some info somerewhere that I could not remmeber where but I read it. How to read the memory manufactory without removing the cooling system.
By using the Nvinspector
just roll over the mouse into the blue box where is the GDDR5
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How to OC and understand the Increment of +13 How to OC and understand the increment of 13: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Quote:
Originally Posted by skyn3t View Post

No guine big cuz I won't and I never inject venomous into it only Power!!! tongue.gif
Nice chart he just made.

Ok let me clear this up Nvidia has been on that table for such a long time. IIRC Fermi has increment of +5 not sure but and error margin of -2 kepler has increment of +13 error margin of -1.
Sometimes even if you dial +13 in such a core clock close to any number by half I mean 901.5 Mhz and you add +13 to move tha cloc clock up you need to add the error margin +1 in order to get going and use the increment +13.

Some architecture has the error margin of -3 to -6 depends on how they clock the GPU. I know it is a such a bug but It is what it is. upsidedwnsmiley.gif
It is good that you guys start this conversation here because I have seen many video review on YouTube the guys keep add round numbers to OC the GPU. I had changed my pant's many time lol

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How to volt mod ASUS GTX 780Ti DCUII. How to volt mod ASUS GTX 780Ti DCUII with Voltage controller CHL8318 up to 1,300V: Spoiler! (Click to show)
VOLT MOD FOR ASUS GTX 780Ti DCUII with Voltage controller CHL8318 up to 1,300V

Go to profiles folder inside Afterburner folder :
Now open the: VEN_10DE&DEV_1004&SUBSYS_27843842&REV_A1&BUS_3&DEV_0&FN_0.... files inside the profiles folder and add
these lines:
Disclaimer: For those who want to try it AT YOUR OWN RISK
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[Settings]
VDDC_Generic_Detection = 0
VDDC_CHL8318_Detection = 44h

Now save and close notepad and restart Afterburner, it will ask you to reboot!
Thanks to Occamrazor thumb.gif

How to Bootable USB Drive, Flashing Nvidia GPU BIOS, Recovery tools Bootable USB Drive, Flashing Nvidia GPU BIOS, Recovery tools. : Spoiler! (Click to show)
For any GPU Brand. no more error messages .
nvflash_windows_5.142.zip 354k .zip file
nvflash_dos_5.136.zip 435k .zip file
HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool: Spoiler! (Click to show)
HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool - v2.1.8
Windows 8 users: Run as administrator as a windows will pop up asking for using compatible mode ( only for the first time )
Win98 boot DOS files: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Win98 boot DOS files
For use with HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool


Step 1
First things first, your going to need an easy to use USB utility so we recommend the HP USB Storage Format Tool (Yes that’s a link).
Step 2
You need some Windows 98 boot files so Click This Link
Step 3
Unzip the Windows 98 boot files and make sure you know where you unzipped them to. We unzipped to the desktop.
Unzip and install the HP Utility
Step 4
Insert the USB Stick you want to use into one of your USB ports.
Step 5
Launch the HP USB Utility and you’ll be greeted with this screen


Using the Drop Down List make sure that your USB Drive is selected.
Step 6


UNder the File System Drop Down list select FAT32 (File Allocation Table 32).
Step 7

Click the box next to Create a Dos Startup Disk.
Step 8

The “Using DOS system files located at” balloon will be automatically selected.
Step 9

Navigate to where you unzipped the Windows 98 Boot files and highlight that folder.
Step 10


Once you’ve done that the location of the Windows 98 boot files should now appear in the box below the “using DOS System files located at:” section.
At this point click START. (You may want to verify that your USB drive is highlighted and not your primary boot drive ;-0
Step 11


You get a warning about formatting your drive. Assuming that you have the correct drive selected click YES.
Step 12


Then wait while the dreaded Green line crawls across the screen. On the 1GB Sandisk Micro Cruzer we were using it took about 4 minutes. Larger drives will take longer.
Step 13


Once complete you get this confirmation screen. Click OK and you can close the HP Utility.
Step 14

These are the files on the USB Drive and those are enough to boot your rig with.
Step 15


If, like us, you want extended DOS functionality then copy the rest of the files in the Windows 98 folder to the root of the USB drive you just made bootable. This will give you mouse support, a rudimentary editor, FDISK in case you need to old school a drive, and some other handy DOS warrior type things.
Here’s what we did. On Windows Explorer click EDIT then Select ALL, then hover over COMMAND.COM and CTRL Click it to remove it from the list, then hover over MSDOS.SYS and CTRL click to remove it, then hover over IO.SYS and CTRL Click to remove it. Then just drag the remaining files and folders over to the USB drive and drop them. That should create a DOS Command Line Warriors emergency boot disk suitable for booting to and doing DOS things or flashing your motherboard or GPU BIOS.

How to Open an Elevated Command Prompt in Windows 7: Spoiler! (Click to show) How to Open an Elevated Command Prompt in Windows 8: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Flash Tip's and Trick's Flash Tips and Tricks: Spoiler! (Click to show)

When you do
nvflash --protectoff


A pop up message will show up to choose which GPU you want to flash.
Than you type
  • 0 >> First GPU,
  • 1 >> Second GPU,
  • 2 >> Third GPU and
  • 3 >> Forth GPU.


This choose message only pop's up if you have multiple GPU'S
If you have single GPU it does it automatically.

Side note
If you have a bad flash and cannot flash the GPU again with those command
  • nvflash -6
  • nvflash -4 -5 -6
  • nvflash -override -6

This command
  • nvflash -i0 -4 -5 -6
Will override all those tree command above and force the flash to the first GPU. Just remember to change the instance # by follow, 0, 1, 2, 3 .
Guide: Fix for a cold boot black screen when flash any GPU.: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Quote:
Quote:
Here is a quick guide for a cold boot black screen it is valid for any circumstances when flash any GPU.
  1. Shutdown pc remove the PSU power cable
  2. Remove both 8pin cable from GPU
  3. Press power button in the rig to discharge the PSU and the rest of power in the circuit board
  4. Wait about a minute ( two minutes recommended )
  5. Plug back the PSU power cable
  6. Do not plug back the twi 8pin power cable to GPU.
  7. Turn on PC boot into UEFI or Bios and enable IGPU ( GPU integrated in the CPU ) if you don't have extra GPU to put in the first slot exit and save
  8. Boot into windows and wait just a bit to drivers load
  9. Open GPU-Z you will see the GPU there but you cannot use it yet because it is only powered by PCI-E only
  10. Open nvflash and flash back to working bios or vBios and have fun.[/code]
Quote:
Play safe
How to Create Forum Signature & Show Your RiG Info: Spoiler! (Click to show)
How to Create Forum Signature & Show Your RiG Info.

Since people find it too hard to create I decide to make this short guide to help everyone in the community to get the sig rig showing.

why this is important ?

Because if you get into hardware issue we all know what hardware you are using. it does make it easy to help and faster. sometimes the answer will be much faster than you think.

Instead ask what hardware you have.
short list but we fine more inside the rig tongue.gif
  1. Mobo
  2. CPU
  3. GPU
  4. RAM
  5. PSU
  6. CASE
  7. RAD
  8. RES
  9. PUMP
  10. MONITOR
  11. FAN CONTROLLER and soo one...


Everything is marked to make thing easy just follow the pictures and you get this done in less than 5 minutes and save us 1 hour just asking what hardware you are using.

1 Top header click on "My Profile"



2 Scroll all the way down and look for it "CREATE RIG"



3 Rig Builder, Give it a name ex: "My RiG" , click "TYPE" from drop down menu and selet what type of
rig you want to create. ex: "Gaming Rig"
Click Save and Continue



4 Fill this infor as much as you can if you don't remember the brand name and name of you hardware looks the
boxes you bought it and write it down there.
Click Save and Continue



5 Product Match it will show what harware you have sometimes it won't OCN data base need more update don't worry.
click "MATCH" in waterever product you have. wen done
Click Save and Continue



6 Now it show the product "MATCH" , give a quick look at it, if anything is wrong click "CHANGE" after done.
Click Save and Continue



7 Purcahse Info
If you want to fill this, It Is up to you or just skip it and
Click Save and Continue



8 Performance
If you want to fill this, It Is up to you or just skip it and
Click Save and Continue



9 Finally you got just created you RiG but you are not done yet.



10 Go back to "My Profile" top header scroll all thw ay down.
"Your Forum Signature"



11 Edit Forum Signature, click "Show of your stuff" from drop down menu and select "MY RIG"
click "PREVIEW"



12 Preview Forum Signature, Now you just about to finish it. "MY RIG" will show, click "SAVE"



14 Your Forum Signature is done.Now it will be visible to everyone.




PS: sorry for my typ0 and I don't like numer 13 tongue.gif
How to remove Nvidia drivers guide by BradleyW: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I like to disconnect from internet ( disable the network card or wireless till you get it done )
Source
Driver sweeper has been known to remove important chipset files which will result in errors such as instability. Some users have reported that the sweeper software removes “False positives” and may cause the user issues when trying to install software such as drivers. The error usually reports that an .ini file is damaged. Over long term use of driver sweeper, it could cause several underlying issues which will do more harm than good.

This guide is an alternative, which removes all the files and registry entries that need to be removed for a successful uninstall. This is useful for upgrading/downgrading drivers or switching to another brand of card.

Guide (Nvidia)

1. Go to Add/Remove Programs

2. Uninstall all Nvidia associated software (May require several reboots)

3. Reboot the computer and log back into windows as normal

4. Go to folder options and select “show hidden files and folders”

The next part of the guide will remove all Nvidia files and folders from the computer.

5. Go to your C drive and remove any “Nvidia” folders if there is any

6. Double click the “Program Data” folder (Normally hidden) and remove all Nvidia folders

7. Go back to C and double click “Program Files” and remove all Nvidia folders

8. Go back to C and double click “Program Files (x86)” and remove all Nvidia folders

9. Go back to C and double click “Users”

10. Access the name of your windows profile and double click “AppData” (Normally hidden)

11. Check the “Local”, “LocalLow” and “Roaming” folders for any Nvidia folders and remove them.

12. Go back to “Users” and check the “Default” folder (Normally hidden)

13. Double click “AppData” (Normally hidden)

14. Check the “Local” and “Roaming” folders for any Nvidia folders and remove them.

The next part of the guide will remove registry entries left by the Nvidia drivers.

15. Close everything down and go back to your desktop

16. Click start, then type “regedit”.

17. Click “HKEY_CURRENT_USER” and extend the folder

18. Click “Software” and extend the folder

19. Remove all Nvidia Folders

20. Click “Wow6432Node” and extend the folder (Within the software folder)

21. Remove any Nvidia folders

22. Click “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE” and extend the folder

23. Click “SOFTWARE” and extend the folder

24. Remove all Nvidia Folders

25. Click “Wow6432Node” and extend the folder

26. Remove all Nvidia Folders

27. Click “HKEY_USERS” and extend the folder

28. Click “.DEFAULT” and extend the folder

29. Click “Software” and extend the folder

30. Remove all Nvidia folders

31. Click “S-1-5-18” and extend the folder

32. Click “Software” and extend the folder

33. Remove all Nvidia folders

34. Click “S-1-5-21-1632250243-966907716-928185508-1000” and extend the folder

35. Click “Software” and extend the folder

36. Remove all Nvidia Folders

37. Close down regedit and empty your recycle bin

38. Undo the folder options change to hide the hidden folders

39. Reboot

40. Install your AMD/Nvidia drivers and reboot

(Remember, if you look in some of the folders mentioned in this guide but don’t have any Nvidia folders, just move to the next appropriate step. This means the uninstall option has removed such files for you. But as we know, the uninstaller still leaves a lot of things behind)
Edited by BradleyW - 7/19/12 at 10:54am

GTX 780i Water Block List 780i Water Block List: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Aqua Computer presents full cover water block for GTX 780 Ti

CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90

Source

MSI AfterBurner skin MSI AfterBurner skin by skyn3t : Spoiler! (Click to show)
Since we have the voltmod and most of us are using AB I decide to give is a bit of Green color to match up our GPU.
Green Fusion II
Green_Fusion_II.zip 906k .zip file
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Display Driver Uninstaller by Guru3D Driver Uninstaller for Nvidia Drivers: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Download
The AMD/NVIDIA video drivers can normally be uninstalled from the Windows Control panel, this driver uninstaller program was designed to be used in cases where the standard driver uninstall fails, or anyway when you need to thoroughly delete NVIDIA and ATI video card drivers. This software is backed by Guru3D.com

Power Supplies thread and comparasion by our PSU Guru shilka.
700 / 750 watts comparison thread : Spoiler! (Click to show)
700 / 750 watts comparison thread by shilka
Quote:
Originally Posted by shilka View Post

I get asked very often what is the best fully modular 700-750 watts PSU? so instead of answering that every time i am going to make another info thread well sort of.

First off before i begin no i have not reviewed any of these units nor do i claim any credit for it, Its all done by Techpowerup so all credit goes to them. Since Techpowerup does not have reviews for every single 700-750 watts PSU i can only pick the ones they have reviewed which means the Cooler Master V700 is not in thread however sad that might be. And a model(s) is not bad because its not here

Anyway lets be about it and start with the first one which is going to be the EVGA SuperNova G2 750 watts (based on the Super Flower Leadex Gold) and we start with some pictures of the platform and fan
1000 / 1050 watts comparison thread: Spoiler! (Click to show)
1000-1050 watts comparison thread by shilka
Quote:
Originally Posted by shilka View Post

Warning obvious thing (Click to show)
If your system only has one video card you're wasting money you dont need a PSU in this wattage range so dont bother to look here for that

I get asked very often what is the best fully modular 1000 watts PSU? so instead of answering that every time i am going to make another info thread well sort of.

First off before i begin no i have not reviewed any of these units nor do i claim any credit for it, Its all done by Techpowerup so all credit goes to them. Since Techpowerup does not have reviews for every single 1000 watts PSU i can only pick the ones they have reviewed which means that some models are not here and a model is not bad because its not here

So lets be about it and start off with the Be Quiet Power Zone

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