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post #13601 of 24972 (permalink) Old 11-13-2013, 03:20 PM
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Have you guys seem this? look like Galaxy fixed the issue on the B1 version. if they did this GPU will be a winner.
madwolfa just linked it to me biggrin.gif

Thread: [REVIEW] GALAXY GTX 780 Hall of Fame (HOF) - Performance Test

I read the conclusions of that review and see:


Cons:
- Overclocking ability could be improved
- Fluctuating core clock during loads
- No dual BIOS chips
- Takes up 2.5 slots so beware of that if you are going to SLI them on your motherboard, they are huge!

That sounds to me like issues all other HOF owners are having including me. It's weird he didn't state it during the review though. That alone makes me think they didn't fix anything with the PCB...only added the B1 chip.

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On a side note, any Reference B1 bios won't work in first bath GPU, so if you guys thinking in flash it just let it go. this time the latest and last revision for the 780 reference will be .3A bios. as far as I know for now.

By "any reference B1 bios won't work in first batch GPU" you mean the GTX 780 Ti reference bios did I get it right? If so, then I understand you have a lot of work with ripping a GTX780 Ti bios for mods.
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Grab a belkin inline power meter. From the testing i have done they are within a 1.5% margin of the high end equiptment
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post #13604 of 24972 (permalink) Old 11-13-2013, 04:07 PM - Thread Starter
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By "any reference B1 bios won't work in first batch GPU" you mean the GTX 780 Ti reference bios did I get it right? If so, then I understand you have a lot of work with ripping a GTX780 Ti bios for mods.

What I mean is this

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/2513/geforce-gtx-780-rev-2.html
any 80.80 bios for reference will not work right for the first batch GPU4. I have compared and tested most of the bios out there. Classy and Titan is another word.

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What I mean is this

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/2513/geforce-gtx-780-rev-2.html
any 80.80 bios for reference will not work right for the first batch GPU4. I have compared and tested most of the bios out there. Classy and Titan is another word.

Hey my bios came with 80.80 and everything is fine, or am I missing something? You have my bios isn't it 80.80?

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Hey my bios came with 80.80 and everything is fine, or am I missing something? You have my bios isn't it 80.80?

He just said it wouldn't work on older 780s (retrofit).
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I have it on my older one right now and working fine. It had bios 80.10.3a.00.82
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I have it on my older one right now and working fine. It had bios 80.10.3a.00.82

OC it and let me know , I mean OC not 1150Mhz push it thumb.gif

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one thing I noticed with the new card is the clocks fluctuate a lot the older one doesn't at all.
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