Crew Vivi Posted December 24, 2013 Crew Share Posted December 24, 2013 (edited) Hiya guys! I didn't have time to wait for someone to post mods so i just started measuring and the mods are the same as titan regardless of the differences in PCB and resistors, some values just changed. I did the mods and went ln2 -100 on core and -30 on the vrm. 1.51v /1.81v 1681 / 2065 was not hard. Normal bios was used. here are the mods: 100 ohm to these points will give you VCORE. No OVP or OCP thus far, but i didnt really do more than 1.51v so i'll have to see tonight. just a note, this picture is Titan PCB, but the mod is for reference 780 Ti Hynix memory loves volts, yay! memory mod, stock is 1.65, i'm using 1.81v and getting 2200mhz memory. But had to knock it back to 2065 when the core was in the 1600 range because it's a trade off with IMC. If we can get a IMC volt mod maybe that will solve this issue? Because the Hynix can do the clocks the core just cant handle it (or atleast thats how i see it). EDIT: I removed the memory mod pic, there was a mistake on it. it's the same mod as titan so just measure the resistance, should be a bout 3.75k, then remove the vr, then it will be around 17k, then solder 10k vr and turn back to 3.75k here is the LN2 bios. I will test it tonight and let you know how it runs, if it's better than stock bios or not. Download 780Ti LN2 BIOS Edited January 8, 2014 by Vivi Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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