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  1. Hi svl7,

    could you please go into more detail? What's the difference between the BIOS'es? Voltage, clocks?

    Thank you very much,


    Just increased voltage for P8, P5 and P2 power states.

    Some users had some stability issues cause their reference P8, P5 and P2 voltage was too low and they ended up getting greenscreens and ugly stuff like that.

    Should be stable for everyone now.

    There is no need to update if it was stable for you before.

  2. Hi svl7,

    it would be awesome if you could do a modified VBIOS for the Inno3D GTX 780 iChiLL HerculeZ X3 Ultra.

    Here is the Original BIOS:


    Thanks for your good work :).

    Whats wrong with the 780 OC Edition v03?

    If it's just about the clock speeds, imagine 100 people requesting a modded bios for their prefered clock speeds.

    You're card uses a reference pcb, OC Edition v03 is all you need.

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  3. If I have my OC to 1256 will it still drop at Maximum performance to lower clocks?

    Also I can lower my vcore down to 936, anythign lower won't stick. Not that I care but does that mean I am using v2 or v3. It goes down into the 800s when idling though

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    It will drop to 901Mhz if utilisation is too low, which is normal and you shouldn't worry about that.

    Looks like you have v3.

  4. I have a few questions, first I am not sure if I am using v2 or v3, was wondering if you could tell by the driver version. 80.10.3A.00.81 (p2083-0020)

    2nd, some games downclock even thought GPU boost is disabled. Most seems to be CPU dependent ( Arma 3, Planetside 2 ) or when my FPS is already crazy high ( CSGO ). This is normal? Also does the nvidia setting adaptive vs performance effect this bios at all, any benefit to changing it? Thanks. Also is there anyway I can leave a tip or should I just pay the site?

    You can tell which version your using by trying to undervolt your card. Afaik you can't undervolt below 1.15V with v2.

    Downclocking is normal if gpu-utilisation is too low. If you change the driver setting to maximum performance you'll always get the baseclock which should be 901mhz with this bios. If you choose adaptive it'll drop below 901mhz if u have a low gpu-utilization.

    You were able to buy svl7 a peer in the past, dunno why the donation button has been removed from the threads/his profile. I hope he has enough beer :D

  5. Ah right, I'll see what I can do, might be a bit tricky since the fan stuff is different in the Titan vbios than in the 780 vbios.

    Any updates on an Titan ACX Edition?

    I played a bit with the reference bios. I think it should be enough to lower the fanspeed of v3 of your bios to 20%. That should make the fan curve behave less agressive, too.

    i hope you find the time to do this, there is no way i'm going back to reference bios or any other bios with boost after using your bios for several months now.


  6. I'd just like the option of having it, On the previous REV2 bios I could underclock and undervolt and even play some games in this "Underclocked" state which in turn lowered power usage and heat output, Now with this REV3 bios I dont have that ability anymore and I cannot find the last bios I used which I preferred :(

    I just don't see the problem here. Just fix a lower p-state with nvidia inspector.

  7. Hey SLV7 is there any chance you could modify your "OC Edition REV3" to allow for lower clocks as I like to have an "underclock" mode for when I'm just watching movies etc... and currently the voltage is fine as it lets me go down to 0.937 but the memory does not allow underclocking OR could we do this ourselves via the kepler bios tweaker tool ?

    You can't modify the bios with that tool, it will brick your card. (no signal).

    Why would you need an underclock mode when the card still uses it's p-states with this bios?

  8. If you have a high end water cooling loop and very good cooling on the vrms of the card then go for 1.3V 24/7.

    If you are on air don't even think of using more than the "normal" 1.21V for daily use.

    You can still do some benchmarks on air with 1.3V and LLC disabled but don't freak out if brick your card with that, just be careful.

    Another thing to mention would be the power draw of the card, the power target on svl7's bios mods isn't enough for more than 1.25V with clock speeds over 1250mhz.

    You have to use the engineering bios thats floating around the web (be careful, there are corrupt versions of this floating around too) or use skyn3ts bios mod that allows 440Watt PT.

  9. Slv7, Unwinder MSI Afterburner developments with NCP4206 voltage regulator allow unlocking reference card voltage to 1.3: Guru3D.com Forums - View Single Post - MSI Afterburner 3.0.0 Beta 14(2013-08-16) Will be interesting if this can be done with the Classy to unlock further than 1.5 ....


    VDDC_Generic_Detection = 0

    VDDC_NCP4206_Detection = 3:20h

    This works for my Titan.

    Can set 1300 mv in Afterburner. OSD shows me varying values between 1.25V-1.26V.

    Almost reached the Powertarget of the svl7 Bios with Unigine Valley and 1306 Mhz.

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