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12-23-2019 07:44 PM
Kalm_Traveler Kind of dumb question guys, but with the OLED on the 2080 Ti Kingpin card, doesn't it only use this 10 pin header near the back/edge of the board? I removed the top cover to swap on an EK Supremacy VGA waterblock to add this into a loop (dang you EVGA for making <10 water blocks for this card!), but after reassembly the OLED is not turning on.

As far as I could tell, it appeared to only use that 10 pin connector and I'm fairly sure that it is plugged in.

*EDIT*

nevermind... not sure what was going on but I took it apart and put it back together, everything's working fine now. Hah!
11-24-2019 07:01 AM
hotrod717
Quote: Originally Posted by hotrod717 View Post
The bios switch isnt "missing". The dual classified is one that had a bios switch. The regular classified did not. It also did not have an evbot port due to Nvidia restriction. HWbot has a nice archive of bios'. Perhaps you can find a bios to flash there.
Sorry, must have been thinking about the 680. One of those had some serious Nvidia restrictions on them for the specific gen.
11-17-2019 07:43 AM
Owterspace
Quote: Originally Posted by Dwofzz View Post
So.. I was bored and decided to dig up my good old GTX 780 classified..
https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19805230
Cool man, so that tool will let me change the voltage on my 980 classified?
11-16-2019 08:52 PM
Kalm_Traveler Since EVGA only sold the hydro copper waterblock for the 2080 Ti KPE and they're nowhere to be found, it looks like the only option is to buy one of those small generic vga waterblocks - as long as it is small enough to fit on top of the GPU die, right? I'm probably about to waste/spend a bunch of money for a winter build and want to go with the KPE 2080 Ti this year instead of another Titan RTX since it'll almost surely boost higher under the same ambient temps. Just want to make sure I order everything so I don't have to wait for 1 tiny part after everything else is ready to go... you guys know what I mean.
10-12-2019 07:47 AM
ThrashZone Hi,
Yep still don't understand what evga did with the 2080ti KPE adding the hybrid cooler on it just jacked the price up another 150.us when a hydro copper probably would of been a better choice.

I read the hybrid cooler was easier to add a ln2 pot on it but still how many people do that realistically most just want the unlocked kpe vbios and highest turbo clocks hell throw a cheap air cooler on it it's just coming off anyway
10-12-2019 06:02 AM
BrunoOC
Quote: Originally Posted by hotrod717 View Post
The bios switch isnt "missing". The dual classified is one that had a bios switch. The regular classified did not. It also did not have an evbot port due to Nvidia restriction. HWbot has a nice archive of bios'. Perhaps you can find a bios to flash there.
The BIOS switch is there but it lacks the little plastic knob that actually switches between BIOSes. However, I took the cooler off and the switch has 3 pins, so it is easy to solder the 2 for LN2 BIOS.
Thx.
10-12-2019 05:42 AM
hotrod717
Quote: Originally Posted by BrunoOC View Post
Hi, I bought a GTX 780 Classified, but it has the BIOS switch lever missing.
The card is working, but I gues it is on standard BIOS and I want to switch to LN2 one.
I can unsolder the switch and just solder the pins for LN2 BIOS, but I need to know for sure which are the right ones.
I assume it's the 2 pins on the LN2 side of the switch, but I need confirmation.
Can anyone help with this info?
The bios switch isnt "missing". The dual classified is one that had a bios switch. The regular classified did not. It also did not have an evbot port due to Nvidia restriction. HWbot has a nice archive of bios'. Perhaps you can find a bios to flash there.
10-12-2019 01:14 AM
BrunoOC Hi, I bought a GTX 780 Classified, but it has the BIOS switch lever missing.
The card is working, but I gues it is on standard BIOS and I want to switch to LN2 one.
I can unsolder the switch and just solder the pins for LN2 BIOS, but I need to know for sure which are the right ones.
I assume it's the 2 pins on the LN2 side of the switch, but I need confirmation.
Can anyone help with this info?

Update: there are 3 pins under the switch. Easy peasy!
07-09-2019 11:41 AM
Dwofzz So.. I was bored and decided to dig up my good old GTX 780 classified..
https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19805230
05-11-2019 04:27 AM
anti-clockwize Does anyone know if the bios in the OP is the stock "Normal" or "LN2" EVGA 780 Ti Classified bios? Assuming its the former but just want to confirm.

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EVGA 780 Ti Classified EVGA bios

Xti.zip 134k .zip file
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