Originally Posted by skyn3t
PsyenceFiction , Please you are giving wrong info, you don't need to remove the cooler in other to know it, GPU-Z will tell you by
The new 4844T.rar file containsBios Version 80.10.3A.00.6B
Copyright (C) 1996-2013 NVIDIA Corp GK110 Board - 20830020
The new HOF Bath isBios Version 80.80.21.00.46
Copyright (C) 1996-2013 NVIDIA Corp GK110B Board- 20830021
today you just put up words where it never existed. get the right info before you post and make sure it is right.
don't get me wrong but spreading wrong info only cause problems.
Okok....i dont want to give any wrong info, sry guys - but this information and also only assurence if it is correct - is taken from here... you should know that Im just only refering to the post few pages back by madwolfa
where I was saying that GPU-z does not read the Core revision correctly... so
for maximum clarity to avoid any wrong info:
I differ between 2 cases.
1) The card is GK110B Board- 20830021 with bios version 80.80.xx.xx.xx BUT the core revision remains A1 - i consider this as unlikely, but what we mean by "B1" revision is the core GK110, not the board
but if im not mistaken - for B1 core revision is also made updated PCB design = marked as GK110B board? So in summary case 1) = GK110B board + A1 revision core - is this nonsense? ok...then just correct me... i thought it is, becausese a few pages back GPU-z information about A1 revision chip when board is GK110B was taken as a GPU-z issue + as madwolfa notified that there really was a man with GTX780 [email protected]
board with GPU-z telling him that his chip is A1 revision but after cooler removing and cleaning up the chip the sign was GK110-300-B1
just please, look at this link
(HOF and see the pic with Core uncovered and then what GPU-Z says...version of GPU-z 0.7.3 and it says "revision A1"...
2) The Card is GK110B Board- 20830021 and also the Core is B1 revision + the GPU-z will keep telling you that your core is A1, but just like the guy on xtremesystems - naked card says clearly the core has GK110-300-B1
sign on it, so that means that it is 100% B1 revision core.
- In this case, there nothing else to say and thats what i was trying to talk about, becuase GPU-z will tell you A1 revision so the only way how to convince ourselves that there is really B1 revision chip on the board is only after removing the cooler... so tell me, how the GPU-z will tell the correct core revision?
you are telling me that the number - 20830020
means straight away the core is A1 and 20230021
means B1 core? AFAIK this only means the PCB version, do you understand me? How can I know that the card really isn't GK110B board but GPU core on it is A1...
Bios Version 80.10.3A.00.6B Copyright (C) 1996-2013 NVIDIA Corp GK110 Board
-> -> board =/= core
thats it...take this as a way how to assure what is wrong info and what is right....so im just trying to get the right info because nowhere else i didnt find an answer to this.
Thx for understanding and feedback.