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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
04-17-2019 02:50 PM
Zfast4y0u
Quote: Originally Posted by pompss View Post
Without counting they charge you $1899 with no waterblock when galax world breaking record card sells for 1799 with a waterblock not A cheap Aio
Also you can find for $1349 GIGABYTE AORUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XTREME WATERFORCE With a waterblock included.
Still i find 2080ti overpriced

If pricing dont go down to $799 like the older Ti series i'm done with Nvidia For good.
Next year im sure people will jump on a console PS5 or the new Xbox for $499 4k 60 fps and bye bye Nvidia.
best part is, one side of vrm is active cooled and other one isnt xDD
04-17-2019 02:32 PM
pompss Without counting they charge you $1899 with no waterblock when galax world breaking record card sells for 1799 with a waterblock not A cheap Aio
Also you can find for $1349 GIGABYTE AORUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XTREME WATERFORCE With a waterblock included.
Still i find 2080ti overpriced

If pricing dont go down to $799 like the older Ti series i'm done with Nvidia For good.
Next year im sure people will jump on a console PS5 or the new Xbox for $499 4k 60 fps and bye bye Nvidia.
04-16-2019 06:33 PM
hotrod717
Quote: Originally Posted by Gunslinger. View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by hotrod717 View Post
Somehow, no one has posted about 2080ti KPE on sale today in Kingpin Owners forum?

https://www.evga.com/products/produc...11G-P4-2589-KR
It's pretty hard to get excited about a card $500 overpriced and 6 months late.
I concur on overall price Nvidia has pushed, but in relation to other aio rtx 2080ti's, premium for card isn't disproportionate in pricing scheme.
The 1080ti KPE was what, $300-400 over
reference. Kingpin has always been
15-20% above reference prices on previous air cooled releases and then add in aio.
04-16-2019 05:13 PM
Gunslinger.
Quote: Originally Posted by hotrod717 View Post
Somehow, no one has posted about 2080ti KPE on sale today in Kingpin Owners forum?

https://www.evga.com/products/produc...11G-P4-2589-KR
It's pretty hard to get excited about a card $500 overpriced and 6 months late.
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