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post #13631 of 24972 (permalink) Old 11-14-2013, 08:08 AM
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So, does this mean every WF3 780 has voltage adjustment?

I don't know how many PCB revisions they had and I really want a WF3 because it's so beautiful and cools so quietly but I don't wanna loose my voltage control since my current 780 ref is quite decent at 1241Mhz 1.238v (1.212v ''Auto'' w/ LLC=0) and has Samsung VRAM that does +500 easily 24/7.

Now, I have a second GTX780 which is also reference but has Elpida and a very bad core that barely does 1202Mhz at 1.24 ish volts so I plan to sell both as my PSU won't do SLI and get 1 WF3 back. But I wanna know whether all WF3's are unlocked..

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@Imprezzion didn't you have also MSI GTX780 Gaming? What happened with that?
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So far we're still 100% positive on the feedback for the new BIOS. It shouldn't be long before the download is available officially at our site, but I don't want you guys to have to wait another moment so I've decided to go rogue and share the temporary download link I sent privately to certain customers earlier:

http://www.adrive.com/public/uPePj5/update%20bios_4844T.rar

If anyone's still having issues with their 780 HOFs, please try this update. If you do, I'd also appreciate your letting me know how it works for you by sending me a pm with your feedback.

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post #13634 of 24972 (permalink) Old 11-14-2013, 08:35 AM
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So far we're still 100% positive on the feedback for the new BIOS. It shouldn't be long before the download is available officially at our site, but I don't want you guys to have to wait another moment so I've decided to go rogue and share the temporary download link I sent privately to certain customers earlier:

http://www.adrive.com/public/uPePj5/update%20bios_4844T.rar

If anyone's still having issues with their 780 HOFs, please try this update. If you do, I'd also appreciate your letting me know how it works for you by sending me a pm with your feedback.

Thanks guys!

So, assuming this fixes everything, what exactly was the problem? A bit of openness would go a long way here, most of the people here are fairly tech savvy and would appreciate a technical explanation of what exactly was occurring that resulted in cooked cards.

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So - you meant that the people should't flash any Classy or Titan or Gigabyte GTX780 WF rev2 bios on their reference/MSI Gaming cards with 80.80. bios with (P2023-0021) - thats why you need the GPU-z screenshots? Becuase Classy and gigabyte Bios also starts with "80.80.xx.xx.xx" but it's not the clear reference rev.2 version?

No, I never said that. read my post again. I said the first batch of reference 780 should not flash to 80.80 bios, Classy and Titan is another world .
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So far we're still 100% positive on the feedback for the new BIOS. It shouldn't be long before the download is available officially at our site, but I don't want you guys to have to wait another moment so I've decided to go rogue and share the temporary download link I sent privately to certain customers earlier:

http://www.adrive.com/public/uPePj5/update%20bios_4844T.rar

If anyone's still having issues with their 780 HOFs, please try this update. If you do, I'd also appreciate your letting me know how it works for you by sending me a pm with your feedback.

Thanks guys!

There we go HOF Owner's you guys got a new bios update thumb.gif

Thank you for sharing the new revision with us. thumb.gif

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@Imprezzion didn't you have also MSI GTX780 Gaming? What happened with that?

It had Elpida and was acting very unstable with the reference BIOS flashed to it.

Was a good clocker though, 1306 stable with about 1.25v.

Got a good offer on it and sold it again.

My reference 780 is still the best card I got but that's not worth much anymore due to all the things I did to it. BIOS flashes, lapped heatsink, modded GEFORCE GTX LED, cut the mid section out of the I/O bracket to allow for better airflow..

All this resulted in epic low temps but most people will not like to buy the card now as in Holland the general public is very afraid of overclocking and modding so it won't sell very easy..

That's why I really want to know whether every revision WF3 is unlocked to at least 1.212v and preferably 1.3 and LLC=0 working so i can get the same ~1.238v load my ref has.

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It had Elpida and was acting very unstable with the reference BIOS flashed to it.

Was a good clocker though, 1306 stable with about 1.25v.

Got a good offer on it and sold it again.

My reference 780 is still the best card I got but that's not worth much anymore due to all the things I did to it. BIOS flashes, lapped heatsink, modded GEFORCE GTX LED, cut the mid section out of the I/O bracket to allow for better airflow..

All this resulted in epic low temps but most people will not like to buy the card now as in Holland the general public is very afraid of overclocking and modding so it won't sell very easy..

That's why I really want to know whether every revision WF3 is unlocked to at least 1.212v and preferably 1.3 and LLC=0 working so i can get the same ~1.238v load my ref has.

I can always guaranty 1.212v for any brand, but above that only with programmable volt chip controller.
For exe: Asus DCII is crimped to 1.212v, only hard mod can make the DCII go above it.

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New Gigabyte Windforce X3 rev 2.0 vBios rev 4 released front page updated.
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  • Nvidia GTX 780 Gigabyte Windforce X3 rev 2.0
  • Version 80.80.21.00.39
  • Base core clock 1006.Mhz
  • Disabled boost
  • 3d voltage adjustable
  • 1.212v unlocked
  • Fan Idle 20%
  • Fan bumped to 100%
  • Default power target 100% 340W by 130% slide 440W


Only Flash this vBios if you GPU was delivered with 80.80.xx.xx.xx bios. The New revision 80.80.xx.xx.xx bios is not fully compatible with any
First batch GTX 780 reference design that come out with.
Version 80.10.36.xx.xx
Version 80.10.37.xx.xx
Version 80.10.3A.xx.xx


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No, I never said that. read my post again. I said the first batch of reference 780 should not flash to 80.80 bios, Classy and Titan is another world .
biggrin.gif ok, so one more try...sry maybe Im just not able to understand it in the righ context - so the 80.80. bios you are talking about is your newest rev.4 vBios made from WF3 bios? And you are warning that this bios is not working right with the rev.1 reference GTX780 but also it works with classy and titan? Believe me I read your post many times again if I would fully understand it I wouldn't ask...
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It had Elpida and was acting very unstable with the reference BIOS flashed to it.

Was a good clocker though, 1306 stable with about 1.25v.

Got a good offer on it and sold it again.

My reference 780 is still the best card I got but that's not worth much anymore due to all the things I did to it. BIOS flashes, lapped heatsink, modded GEFORCE GTX LED, cut the mid section out of the I/O bracket to allow for better airflow..

All this resulted in epic low temps but most people will not like to buy the card now as in Holland the general public is very afraid of overclocking and modding so it won't sell very easy..

That's why I really want to know whether every revision WF3 is unlocked to at least 1.212v and preferably 1.3 and LLC=0 working so i can get the same ~1.238v load my ref has.

I thought you wrote many pages back that the unstability was causing your Asrocko motherboard.
Anyway it seems that latest MSI GTX780 Gaming batch has Hynix mem and GK110B board/B1 chip...

//@skyn3t one more question : The new rev4 gigabyte bios is only for Gigabyte's Windforce rev.2 ? I do know that flashing with device ID mismatch/subsystem mismatch is possible if the cards are same design (reference) but different vendors but what I dont know if the "first batch reference design GTX780" is meant as GIGABYTE windforce with reference PCB (rev.1) or EVERY reference GTX780 no matter what vendor it is ?
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I can always guaranty 1.212v for any brand, but above that only with programmable volt chip controller.
For exe: Asus DCII is crimped to 1.212v, only hard mod can make the DCII go above it.

I found something interesting, (maybe). Apart from that my bios is 80.80 it says that my board is GK110B and P2083.
What does this mean?

Also if you don't have anyone to test the msi gaming I can, as far as I can tell I can always use the intel GPU to flash back to my original vbios, right?

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