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12-31-2019 12:03 PM
kithylin I know they've had a bad history but everything's fine now with this company. They are under new ownership and new management and I have now made 5 different orders from them at different times across 2019 and they have shipped all orders on time and fast and everything is good.

https://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g30...cks-Page1.html

Go here, and sort list by lowest first and look. They have 5 different full cover water blocks for GTX 700 series cards (mostly 780 and 780 Ti/Titan, one is for GTX 770) They're all for reference PCB's though, no custom PCB blocks here. They're all for $10 each + shipping. Brand new, new old stock. Shipping was about $16 - $17 for one to to Texas.

An archived version of the compatibility document for Watercool Heatkiller line of GPU water blocks that shows the 700 series is here for your reference: https://web.archive.org/web/20140210...patibility.pdf
12-21-2019 05:49 PM
Spacehead
Quote: Originally Posted by reliantkcar View Post
got a $5 broken 780 Pny blower and heatgunned it lasted a few months. Planning on zip tie AIO after reheat. Will 1.3v bios let 1300mhz happen for a few benches before it goes to sleep forever?
Can you tell me how do you heatgun a graphics card? How long you should keep the heatgun on and should you point the GPU with it? My heatgun has only two settings, 400 C and 600 C.
10-20-2019 09:26 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by darknightbacca View Post
Hi everyone, this thread is regarding custom bios obviously, have ANY of you gotten the GTX 780 Windforce OC card working with a ryzen 7, as there's a KNOWN compatibility issue that dosen't let it display anything, would this custom bios fix all that? has anyone gotten it to or had this issue?
I really need to say.. are you seriously trying to use a GTX 780 on a modern day Ryzen 2000 system? That is the biggest bottleneck setup I've seen in a long time.
10-20-2019 01:19 AM
bbowseroctacore u need to put an other gpu in - then go into bios and set pcie 2.0 for ur graphics card - then pop the 780 back in - known issue for 7 series ngreedia cards and 2xxx ryzens - hope this sorts ur issues
10-15-2019 08:30 PM
darknightbacca
Regarding Ryzen 7 2700x x GTX 780

Quote: Originally Posted by reliantkcar View Post
got a $5 broken 780 Pny blower and heatgunned it lasted a few months. Planning on zip tie AIO after reheat. Will 1.3v bios let 1300mhz happen for a few benches before it goes to sleep forever?
Hi everyone, this thread is regarding custom bios obviously, have ANY of you gotten the GTX 780 Windforce OC card working with a ryzen 7, as there's a KNOWN compatibility issue that dosen't let it display anything, would this custom bios fix all that? has anyone gotten it to or had this issue?
09-24-2019 07:28 PM
reliantkcar got a $5 broken 780 Pny blower and heatgunned it lasted a few months. Planning on zip tie AIO after reheat. Will 1.3v bios let 1300mhz happen for a few benches before it goes to sleep forever?
08-03-2019 10:16 AM
Blackops_2 Funny i finally got Green envy set and running as originally intended. A day before i'm about to switch to Vega 56 i decided to flash Skyn3t's' bios again. As my OC on the stock bios with boost had been crashing on my brother. Pumped 1.215vcore, 150% powertarget and managed the highest stable OC to date. 1254/3150 outright. Passed multiple loops of firestrike stress test topping at 47C. Probably a little memory starved but that has been the weak link in my experience with this card. Face palming for having not retried OCing since moving the system to a different PSU and loop on a single card.
10-20-2018 01:37 PM
bbowseroctacore @kithylin - no crashes or bsods - on start-up for first couple of minutes i had severe mouse lag, black screens, signal droupout, serious artifacting and screen fragmentation along with loud audio beeps when touching mouse or keyboard - then back to normal after a couple of minutes. have experienced plenty of bad drivers b4 but nothing this severe - reminded me of the signs a bad gpu display just b4 it pulls the pin
10-20-2018 01:18 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by bbowseroctacore View Post
nv latest driver 416.34 gave my 780 sli some awfull issues - back to 411.7 we go....anyone else have issues?
People in the ARK: Survival Evolved community are reporting wide-spread BSOD's / Blue Screen crashes in ARK with 416.34, even on pascal / 1080 Ti cards, and not just limited to the new RTX cards. I'm on 411.7 with my 1080 Ti and have had no issues with ARK and my one friend I play with daily that has a new RTX 2080 Ti and uses 416.34 is getting random ark crashes and BSOD's too.

So apparently it's a bad driver for everyone stability wise. It effects newer cards too.

What are your problems you're experiencing with 416.34? Crashes? Blue screens?
10-20-2018 06:10 AM
bbowseroctacore nv latest driver 416.34 gave my 780 sli some awfull issues - back to 411.7 we go....anyone else have issues?
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