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Author Topic: Msi 770 Gtx Twin Frozr. What drivers should i use to be safe?  (Read 5944 times)

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Hey Msi forum. So a few days ago i bought Msi 770 Gtx Twin Frozr . But i dont know what drivers i must to install. We all know that 320.18 WHQL had bad opinions about damaging GPUs.   Even Beta i am scary to install. What now to do? That situation with nvidia drivers are very messy now.
Maybe that drivers from CD? But they are still  beta......


Finally , maybe i will try that drivers from CD what they came from with my 770 TF box? If you ( MSI )  give me that drivers on cd with card, so they must be safe i think? If card will be crashing on drivers from cd , then i can RMA GPU?
Any suggestions?
I want to be safe, and don't damage card.

Thank you.


By the way.

There is a problem. I dont have a DVD writer at that moment. I am trying download from official MSI site , but i get this:

"The requested URL /files/downloads/nb_drivers/nvidia_32008_win78_v64_vga.zip was not found on this server."
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We all know that 320.18 WHQL had bad opinions about damaging GPUs.

No one knows that as it is utter rubbish. Just install 320.18 and everything will be fine: http://www.nvidia.com/content/DriverDownload-March2009/confirmation.php?url=/Windows/320.18/320.18-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-english-whql.exe&lang=us&type=GeForce

Otherwise try latest MSI driver 320.08: http://www.msi.com/product/vga/N770-TF-2GD5-OC.html

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If you ( MSI )  give me that drivers on cd with card, so they must be safe i think?

This is a Users-to-Users Forum and you are not contacting MSI here. If you want to for whatever reason: >>How to contact MSI.<<

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If card will be crashing on drivers from cd , then i can RMA GPU?

First you had tons of posts asking if you can rma your prior GTX680 although it was at fine temps and now you even ask for rma'ing because of driver issues? No you can't as long as hardware is fine. Just download the latest driver. It is never recommended to stick to an outdated driver. You have to update it anyway. It doesn't matter what is on the CD.
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No one knows that as it is utter rubbish. Just install 320.18 and everything will be fine: http://www.nvidia.com/content/DriverDownload-March2009/confirmation.php?url=/Windows/320.18/320.18-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-english-whql.exe&lang=us&type=GeForce

Otherwise try latest MSI driver 320.08: http://www.msi.com/product/vga/N770-TF-2GD5-OC.html

This is a Users-to-Users Forum and you are not contacting MSI here. If you want to for whatever reason: >>How to contact MSI.<<

First you had tons of posts asking if you can rma your prior GTX680 although it was at fine temps and now you even ask for rma'ing because of driver issues? No you can't as long as hardware is fine. Just download the latest driver. It is never recommended to stick to an outdated driver. You have to update it anyway. It doesn't matter what is on the CD.



Yeah i am trying and i get this:
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The requested URL /files/downloads/nb_drivers/nvidia_32008_win78_v64_vga.zip was not found on this server.
Apache/2.2.3 (Red Hat) Server at download1.msi.com Port 80"



I cant download drivers from that site.  http://www.msi.com/product/vga/N770-TF-2GD5-OC.html
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Seems to be a server issue but doesn't really matter as 320.18 would do fine anyway.
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Flobelix but there are many issues with that drivers.  Just take a look on forums. ( Crashing, artifacts in BF3 , BSODS... btw )
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None of that would harm your vga if that issues would occur anyway. As it is the Nvidia recommended driver for GTX770 you should try it yourself. There are many reports on the web about everything. If YOU are experiencing driver issues just try the latest beta 320.49 which will also not do ANY harm. It's just software. If it doesn't work just remove it and try another driver. No nvidia driver can damage your card.
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Ok thank you for help. I will try....
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 :hat tip: Do that.
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Ok finally . Flobelix so dont worry about that opinions with damaging GPUS and install 320 WHQL? All will be ok?


Cheers from Poland:)))
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Can broken link with drivers can be repaired?

Not Found

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Apache/2.2.3 (Red Hat) Server at download1.msi.com Port 80



Then can i test.
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Ok finally . Flobelix so dont worry about that opinions with damaging GPUS and install 320 WHQL? All will be ok?

I already answered that. It is not possible that the driver could damage your gpu. So yes all will be ok if you use 320.18 and no dmage can be done.

Can broken link with drivers can be repaired?

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Apache/2.2.3 (Red Hat) Server at download1.msi.com Port 80

Then can i test.

It's simply not avialable on the MSI server. If it will be the link will be fixed by MSI but currently it is not. Use the official Nvidia driver as already said.
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Why my fan is changing about every second always from 990 RPM to 1020 RPM when i am on windows mode ? This is always every sec.Just:
Fan speed is changing to 34-35% 34-35% 34-35% 34-35%34-35% 34-35% with 990 RPM to 1020 RPM, 990 RPM to 1020 RPM , 990 RPM to 1020 RPM , 990 RPM to 1020 RPM , 990 RPM to 1020 RPM .... Background programs are turn off. Its something bad?


 ( Games are stable )
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That is absolutely normal. A difference of around 20 -  30 rpm is nothing to worry, that's just fan behavior. Rpms don't stay at the 100% same value, the fans of my cards are doing the same.
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My max load temp is 76C on Crysis 3 with auto fan 43-44% . Its not too high?


On 680 Twin frozr i was 71C but with 55-58% auto fan.  Flobelix what you think?
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Do you really want an answer (again)? No it is not and I hope this will not continue like last time. The max temp of the GTX770 gpu is 98°C so 76°C is brilliant. Especially as the fans are running at just 43-44% which is outstanding. A reference card would stay in the high 80s under load.
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Thank you flobelix for reply:) ANd last question now:)


My max boost is always 1136 mhz. Its normal? Why not higher, like 1163mhz)?


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The card determines what boost to be applied. Boost 2.0 of GTX7xx series even has more freedom than the one of GTX6xx series. If TDP is exceeded or also if not full boost is needed (less demanding game) it won't boost to the max. Also the max boost will take a while under load until it kicks in.
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So 1136 in Crysis 3 is ok?
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Depends on the scenes and the card's TDP. At what TDP is it? Monitor with >>MSI Afterburner<<
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It is safe playing for long period with that temp 75-76C, with 43-44% fan? ( Crysis 3 )
It not wears down the card, thermal paste?

What you think?


PS. I played Bioshock i get almost the same temps 74-75-76 C. But this is with 44% fan speed with 1250 RPM! Awesome?
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It is safe playing for long period with that temp 75-76C, with 43-44% fan? ( Crysis 3 )
It not wears down the card, thermal paste?

What you think?


PS. I played Bioshock i get almost the same temps 74-75-76 C. But this is with 44% fan speed with 1250 RPM! Awesome?

 :rolleyes:

I hope this will not continue like last time. The max temp of the GTX770 gpu is 98°C so 76°C is brilliant. Especially as the fans are running at just 43-44% which is outstanding. A reference card would stay in the high 80s under load.
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I am worried , why my card is boosting max 1136mhz . No matter what temps i have. Like 68 or 75 i get the same boost. With fan like 44% and 1250 RPM. Is this normal or not?

I know peoples with that card and they just got higher boost.
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Temp is NOT any issue bottom line.

Depends on the scenes and the card's TDP. At what TDP is it? Monitor with >>MSI Afterburner<<
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When 78C on Crysis 3 i have :67 TDP
When 71C on BF3 i have : 57 TDP
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Run Unigine Heaven Benchmark: http://www.geforce.com/games-applications/pc-applications/Unigine-Heaven-2/downloads

Check what vga does there. Also make sure to install MSI GAMING APP and switch it to Gaming Mode before running.
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I am running now Unigine Valley and have max boost 1136.
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Also make sure to install MSI GAMING APP and switch it to Gaming Mode before running.
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I get yesterday 78C on Crysis 3, with 45% fan and 1350 RPM.  For me too high. What you think?

Its almost 80.                   
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GTX cards do run very hot under load and that temp at such a low RPM (45%) on the fan is fine!

your card is not overheating as that is within its thermal threshold by quite some way!
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I get yesterday 78C on Crysis 3, with 45% fan and 1350 RPM.  For me too high. What you think?

Its almost 80.                   

Are you serious sew333? This has been answered already again and again. Please stop it, don't continue like in the GTX680 thread.

Do you really want an answer (again)? No it is not and I hope this will not continue like last time. The max temp of the GTX770 gpu is 98°C so 76°C is brilliant. Especially as the fans are running at just 43-44% which is outstanding. A reference card would stay in the high 80s under load.
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Ok thanks all for replies and help.:)
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Anyway i am worried. I know 3 ( examples ) peoples with the same card, and they had the same boost on 770 TF - 1162mhz.


I am only had 1136mhz. Maybe something wrong is? Maybe because of drivers? I had 320.080 installed.      (  without using Msi Gaming app )


Can you explain me that?
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install the MSI gaming app and try that as it may not boost to max without it!

also try to manually set your fan to 50-80% to cool the card more and see if that makes a difference!
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Last important question and we can close, ok?


Today i played Metro Last Light with SSAA 4x and get maxed 79C .With 47-49 % fans and RPMS: 1350-1410

Its not too high?




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Anyone else have any ideas on why my card seems to be the only GTX 770 out there that only boost to its set speed? I know technically, this is how it is supposed to work, but it just seems like my card has no ambition to go higher like all the others out there.

Now every single person I have talked to with a GTX 770 Twin Frozr has showed that during gaming or benching that their card will boost over the set default boost speed. All users I have talked to with a Twin Frozr card said, at stock clocks, their card actaully boosted over the default boost speed to 1163 Mhz during a run through of the Heaven benchmark or any games. This is without changing any settings in Afterburner and leaving all OC options at default.
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I think that is a BIOS issue. Because....

I got 80.04.B4.00.2F.........., on reviews they got 80.04.B4.00.10




But from what i see they are the same.


http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/140803/msi-gtx770-2048-130522-1.html


http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/139932/msi-gtx770-2048-130515.html



Flobelix can you comment?
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It's Flobelix.

For the boost:

Check what vga does there. Also make sure to install MSI GAMING APP and switch it to Gaming Mode before running.

Check what vga does there. Also make sure to install MSI GAMING APP and switch it to Gaming Mode before running.

install the MSI gaming app and try that as it may not boost to max without it!

1098 (Boost Clock: 1150) (Gaming mode)


For the other post:

Last important question and we can close, ok?


Today i played Metro Last Light with SSAA 4x and get maxed 79C .With 47-49 % fans and RPMS: 1350-1410

Its not too high?


NO
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73,6 % ASic. not too low?
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What is ASic?
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ASIC quality in GPU-Z
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That value is irrelevant. If your card works all is fine.
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Damned all is ok. Only that 1136 max boost worried me.

Other peoples get 1162 max boost without Msi Gaming app.:[
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Interestingly only that max boost is just meant to be reached with gaming mode: http://www.msi.com/product/vga/N770-TF-2GD5-OC.html
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boost is dictated by the individual GPU some may reach that some may not as all the GTX700 series cards use BOOST 2.0 that will dynamically boost the card to its maximum stable clock (14MHz lower is nothing and in FPS would equate to what about .00001FPS its nothing)
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When i'm in Metro Last Light in one place, my GPU BOOST clock are fluctuating like crazy. ( 1110, 1084, 1123, 1097, 1136 )

When i am standing in that place in game and even dont touch mouse or keyboard, clocks of GPU fluctuating like crazy. ( JUST STANDING )
Here are the screens:













Its with SSAA4x. Currently i have that issue with 320.49 WHQL. When i was on 320.08 BETA, clocks was always in 1136mhz without fluctuating like this, on that place. Can somebody explain me that?
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Boost 2.0 as I already said.

The card determines what boost to be applied. Boost 2.0 of GTX7xx series even has more freedom than the one of GTX6xx series.

It depends on TDP and temp and will also not boost in low load situations (which can also occur in games). Latest driver obviously has enabled power management.
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 Ok but this is not normal when my clocks are fluctuating to lower speeds on stock settings card,like that? ( 1084 mhz is lower than guaranteed  stock Boost 1110 ) 


That situation in Metro what i paste screen. Only when i am standing there.


You said something about enabled power management.

 Its strange because that clocks going down when VOLTAGE is 1.1750 or 1.1870 . Why?

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like Flobelix said its part of the newer drivers where it reduces power and the clocks on the card to SAVE POWER even when its in a game when stationary as all its doing is rendering the same frames over and over again using the same textures and data so not much changes so not much processing is happening and the higher clocks are not needed!

most boost 2.0 cards do that as its a dynamic alteration in the clocks Dependant on these factors:

Load
Screen Resolution
Current FPS
Current Power usage
Current Temprature

so as you are not moving the only things making it jump about will be any SFX in the game like lighting changes or particle effects! its not rocket science its just a different way to adjust the clocks to keep the FPS and power usage down while the card doesn't need to process data at full speed!

its nothing wrong with the card its the DRIVER if you do not like that its doing that on the current ones USE OLDER DRIVERS THAT DO NOT DO THAT OK???????
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badboy so card is ok? Dont RMA and go play?

Thank all for your patience:) hehe.
 Cheers from Poland, anyway.

Like always i am happy customer of MSI GPU:)
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