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Fill the FORM above to join the club, if you are a GTX 770 owner, this thread will be good to share information about Overclocking, BIOS Modding and Performance Tweaking biggrin.gif. I currently have x2 MSI Gaming N770 TF, and they're freaking awesome in SLI!.

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BIOS Modding Now Available. Thanks to Skyn3t thumb.gif

What's included:
  • All V-Bioses have a base clock of 1150Mhz
  • Voltage is set to 1.212v unlocked
  • Default power target is 100% 300W to 150% slide 450W
  • Boost is disabled with this feature you should achieve a better OC and high core clock. for some users it may be making much difference because each GPU Chip has they own potential OC capability it does apply to any GPU class, and brand.

NOTE: For anyone that goes to extreme OC on his/her 770, you may need a bit more juice (voltage)

PLEASE FLASH AT YOUR OWN RISK, ALL GPU'S CAN'T HANDLE 1.212V

For Flashing:
If you are not familiar with Nvflash command Skyn3t has created this little tool to help anyone flash their BIOS easily. Just read the instructions, follow the steps, and you should be fine. Below is a quick screenshot to show how it looks like.
Download : Ez3flash.zip 354k .zip file Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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SLI BENCHMARKS @ 1080p, 3770k @ 4.8Ghz, x2 MSI Gamer 770's @ 1306Mhz (core)/ 1953Mhz (mem). 320.18 Drivers


Crysis 3 First Mission Max settings X8 MSAA Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Crysis3
Frames: 34941 - Time: 624172 (10.4 Min) - Avg: 55.9 - Min: 30 - Max: 98

Crysis 3 First Mission Max settings X2 SMAA Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Crysis3
Frames: 51922 - Time: 630750 (10.5 Min) - Avg: 82.318 - Min: 47 - Max: 137

Metro Last Light Max Settings (Very High) Tessellation
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Metro Last Light SSAA Off (Very High) Tessellation Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Tomb raider 1080p Ultimate Settings Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Sleeping Dogs Max Settings "EXTREME" AA Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Resident Evil 6 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

GRID 2 First Race Max settings X8 MSAA Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Grid 2
Frames: 10605 - Time: 93750 (1.56 Mins) - Avg: 113.1 - Min: 66 - Max: 150

Dirt 3 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Mafia II (Single 770 with the other as Dedicated Physx GPU) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Unigine Valley (No Tweaks) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Unigine Heaven 4.0 (No Tweaks) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Gigabyte Windforce 3 770

1300 (boost clock) 8k mem!

also


FIRST!

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Gigabyte Windforce 3 770

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FIRST!

Lol, there is a FORM to fill... go to this link wink.gif
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Lol, there is a FORM to fill... go to this link wink.gif

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btw 3d mark 11 scores

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P10851 with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770(1x) and Intel Core i5-3570K Processor
Graphics Score 12111
Physics Score 8309
Combined Score 8213

i have absolutely no idea if that is a decent /bad/good score! so if anyone with a 770 would share theirs i would greatly appreciate it!

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btw 3d mark 11 scores

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P10851 with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770(1x) and Intel Core i5-3570K Processor
Graphics Score 12111
Physics Score 8309
Combined Score 8213

i have absolutely no idea if that is a decent /bad/good score! so if anyone with a 770 would share theirs i would greatly appreciate it!


Please post a link to your score LOL...


That's a good score! eek.gif
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Please post a link to your score LOL...


That's a good score! eek.gif

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really thanks i was afraid it was horrible! so i guess the problem might be Heaven and not my card?

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You're just 2715 points lower than my previous 660 SLI score... My 660's were clocked at 1293Mhz each

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My 660 SLI score

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Why hello there guys! I've got a good ol' Windforce on my hands smile.gif



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I am thinking of returning my 660 Ti to Amazon that I just bought 2 weeks ago, is a 600W PSU enough to run one 770? I don't plan to SLI at all.
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