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post #7761 of 24974 (permalink) Old 08-19-2013, 05:05 AM
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Yep. So remember what ever voltage you apply via the classified tool, it will remain that even if you close the tool down. So always shutdown and boot back up when you want your 2d/3d clocks to work correctly.

Alright, thanks. Any general pointers on how I best should proceed with the sliders? Is there anywhere where I could read a bit more with what each slider does?

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I know this is not exactly directly related to the thread topic, but it is, to some extent, related to the GTX 780. I am experiencing issues with my everything right now and I have no clue where to start.
This is what happens if I turn off my computer and turn it back on: BIOS Logo/prompt thing. Windows loading sign. Black screen. Monitor shuts down. All fans powered on (GPU and CPU cooler).

I have found, through trial and error, that mashing num lock as fast asa possible while the windows loading sign is on screen somehow glitches me into windows and doesn't let the display/peripherals shut off. After that, I'm in. Until next time I have to turn it on.

If I put my PC into sleep mode, I have no problems booting up. I have installed the most recent drivers for my 780 (GTX 780 HOF). I tried to update my BIOS but my motherboard (Asus P8Z77-i Deluxe) won't allow it. I plug in the USB with the properly renamed BIOS .CAP file into the BIOS flashback USB port and load up the BIOS. I go into EZ Flash 2 and select the file. It seems to be loading something and my mouse lags for a couple of seconds, then I get a notice; "Security Verification Failled." I think this is the root of all my problems, the BIOS. If anyone knows how to fix this please tell me. Again sorry for the off-topic post, but I needed this to be seen somewhere and I am not exactly sure it is a motherboard problem.

Edit: Everything is stable. I get no crashes and my 780 performs perfectly in every game I throw at it. The only indicator that something is wrong is on startup.

Edit 2: My BIOS file downloads to the USB as a .CAP file. Is this a problem? Isn't it supposed to be a .ROM

Edit 3: Before my 780 HOF, I had been running the system with the integrated graphics (HD 4000) since January. This seems to suggest that an incompatibility with the motherboard and gpu is causing the problem.

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I know this is not exactly directly related to the thread topic, but it is, to some extent, related to the GTX 780. I am experiencing issues with my everything right now and I have no clue where to start.
This is what happens if I turn off my computer and turn it back on: BIOS Logo/prompt thing. Windows loading sign. Black screen. Monitor shuts down. All fans powered on (GPU and CPU cooler).

I have found, through trial and error, that mashing num lock as fast asa possible while the windows loading sign is on screen somehow glitches me into windows and doesn't let the display/peripherals shut off. After that, I'm in. Until next time I have to turn it on.

If I put my PC into sleep mode, I have no problems booting up. I have installed the most recent drivers for my 780 (GTX 780 HOF). I tried to update my BIOS but my motherboard (Asus P8Z77-i Deluxe) won't allow it. I plug in the USB with the properly renamed BIOS .CAP file into the BIOS flashback USB port and load up the BIOS. I go into EZ Flash 2 and select the file. It seems to be loading something and my mouse lags for a couple of seconds, then I get a notice; "Security Verification Failled." I think this is the root of all my problems, the BIOS. If anyone knows how to fix this please tell me. Again sorry for the off-topic post, but I needed this to be seen somewhere and I am not exactly sure it is a motherboard problem.

Edit: Everything is stable. I get no crashes and my 780 performs perfectly in every game I throw at it. The only indicator that something is wrong is on startup.

I would try re-installing your windows backup image, or a full blown re-format.

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Alright, thanks. Any general pointers on how I best should proceed with the sliders? Is there anywhere where I could read a bit more with what each slider does?

Other then user experience in the Classified owners thread, I have no idea. Personally I just played around with it until I figured it out. Unlike the Titan and other 780s, the Classifieds are built like tanks. Unless you let the temperature go crazy, you can safely give these cards extra juice until you find the sweet spot. As far as the sliders, the NVVDD is core, FBVDD is memory and PEXVDD is PCI-E voltage. thumb.gif

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Other then user experience in the Classified owners thread, I have no idea. Personally I just played around with it until I figured it out. Unlike the Titan and other 780s, the Classifieds are built like tanks. Unless you let the temperature go crazy, you can safely give these cards extra juice until you find the sweet spot. As far as the sliders, the NVVDD is core, FBVDD is memory and PEXVDD is PCI-E voltage. thumb.gif

Hmm, this gives me an idea of what I'm overvolting... but I have no clue of what they should be set at still, lol.

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On titans, but still!
I would try re-installing your windows backup image, or a full blown re-format.

Wouldn't a problem with windows be evident elsewhere? Also I was told by someone having the same issue to update my BIOS, apparently it fixed it for him. Only problem is Asus' terrible EZ Flash 2 isn't working for me (security verification failed).

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Hmm, this gives me an idea of what I'm overvolting... but I have no clue of what they should be set at still, lol.

Well, you know that 1.212 on the Core is the max Precision will allow you to set, so I started there and worked my way up. Then when I found my max core, I started tweaking the memory voltage. 1.6v for memory is default so leave it there and see how high you can go. Then start slowly bumping each voltage testing each setting independently. Your temps (on air) will start becoming an issue before you run out of core overclock (did for me anyway). I have no idea what the PCI-E voltage helps with because adjusting it never helped me achieve any better overclock.

Just an FYI, I have the Elpida memory on my classy, so 1.6v on the memory was where I got my best overclock. When I started adding voltage, the memory got hot faster and I started seeing artifacts rather quickly. But your mileage will vary on memory.

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Well, you know that 1.212 on the Core is the max Precision will allow you to set, so I started there and worked my way up. Then when I found my max core, I started tweaking the memory voltage. 1.6v for memory is default so leave it there and see how high you can go. Then start slowly bumping each voltage testing each setting independently. Your temps (on air) will start becoming an issue before you run out of core overclock (did for me anyway). I have no idea what the PCI-E voltage helps with because adjusting it never helped me achieve any better overclock.

Just an FYI, I have the Elpida memory on my classy, so 1.6v on the memory was where I got my best overclock. When I started adding voltage, the memory got hot faster and I started seeing artifacts rather quickly. But your mileage will vary on memory.

Alright, huge thanks smile.gif I'm assuming I have the same memory (03G-P4-3788-KR). Hoping I will get some better results smile.gif

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Alright, huge thanks smile.gif I'm assuming I have the same memory (03G-P4-3788-KR). Hoping I will get some better results smile.gif

Someone stated that they had a newer revision Classified and that they confirmed it to have Samsung memory. So you never know. thumb.gif

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