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post #11581 of 24972 (permalink) Old 10-21-2013, 11:36 AM
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Nop!

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GK104 - AKA 680/770

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GK104 block diagram SMX units




GK110 - AKA Titan/780/780Ti

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GK110 Block diagram SMX units


As you can see GK104 is half the size die of the GK110 and the only thing yo can do to the GK104 is freeze it with LN2 or DICE and OC it to 1600mhz and then you are biting the heels of a stock 780! thumb.gif

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Thanks for the pics! It makes more sense now (or should I say, deepens the mystery tongue.gif). If you double gk104 it gives us a real monster. Maybe this was "GK114" something more bad-a$$ then Titan's softer tesla gk110. With the race to make dies smaller, i doubt this monster will see the enthusiast light of day. Probably a professional chip which can justify an uber price point.




So, Ti specs/rumors show msrp of $649. Looks like 780 will take a price fall. Hard decision, sell now and get more, but no Hawaii #s and msrp frown.gif. So hard XD....

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very nice:D:D:D:D were gonna have to hang out some time and bench together lol, its finally starting to cool off here (at night lol)

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i tried bench the 480's last night but it still wasent cold enough for them on air lol temps were in the 90's

but this 780 acx barley broke 60° at 1202/3600mhz @1.212c

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nice which block are you getting?
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EK-FC titan


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Flashed with skyn3t-3A-ACX

Prios to flashing skyn3t-3A-ACX with NVFlash I made a backup of my cards' bios using Gigabyte Flash Tool "[email protected]_Ver5.3_B130506". File saved in .fb0 filetype.
I then used NVFlash to backup original bios in .rom filetype.

2 days later I bought new hardware and was so excited to reinstall everything that I forgot to save my original vbios (.rom). I do have the .fb0 file but Gigabyte Flash Tool reports "Unknown" / No Vid card found".

I searched for the original .rom file but couldn't find the same one.
http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/index.php?architecture=NVIDIA&manufacturer=Gigabyte&model=GTX+780&interface=PCI-E&memType=GDDR5&memSize=3072

Is my only option to wait for someone to eventually upload their .rom file with exact same version or is there something else I can do? (Like flash the .fb0 file back using a different tool?)

I'm not suffering any stability issues or anything. I just want to be safe and have the original .rom file. You know, in case I ever need to RMA it or something.

Original BIOS version is 80.10.3A.00.32.


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