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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/06/21 19:57:57 (permalink)
the 20% behind might be that you didnt OC possibly. The 750 Ti is know to OC very very well.
 
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/06/22 05:35:15 (permalink)
If one bye an gfx you expect the Card to perform according to what testsites gets of results in benchmarking and game performance.
 
You dont expect that you should overclock the Card to recive the performance others get, whitout tuning the Card. Secondly I Looses the opportunity to overclock the Card, and get an expected higher result... :-(
 
Btw. GFX is NOT bottlenecked. CPU is 4960X and PSU is Corsair RM850, Asus Rampage IV, 8GB Corsair Vengeance 2400mhz.
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/06/22 16:56:40 (permalink)
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If one bye an gfx you expect the Card to perform according to what testsites gets of results in benchmarking and game performance.
 
You dont expect that you should overclock the Card to recive the performance others get, whitout tuning the Card. Secondly I Looses the opportunity to overclock the Card, and get an expected higher result... :-(
 
Btw. GFX is NOT bottlenecked. CPU is 4960X and PSU is Corsair RM850, Asus Rampage IV, 8GB Corsair Vengeance 2400mhz.




 
What im saying is that the reviews may have done the benches OC'd.
 
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/06/30 02:52:16 (permalink)
Where can I download this update too ? I really need it because of the idle fan noise...
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/06/30 09:11:30 (permalink)
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Where can I download this update too ? I really need it because of the idle fan noise...




 
Youll have to contact EVGA. You might already have it on the card which was the case with me.
 
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/07/01 19:21:23 (permalink)
Well I have solved this issue and it involves a Noctua fan. ;)
 
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/07/14 07:40:00 (permalink)
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Well I have solved this issue and it involves a Noctua fan. ;)
 


Can you give more information about your mod ??? Or maybe some picture could help better.....


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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/07/22 19:04:52 (permalink)
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Well I have solved this issue and it involves a Noctua fan. ;)
 


Can you give more information about your mod ??? Or maybe some picture could help better.....






Sure. i did all of this just by taking off the shroud and unplugging the old fans. You could actually fit two and put the shroud back on if you didnt mind voiding the warranty by doing a bit of dremeling. Oh and no i did not put the shroud back on its just for demonstration purposes.
 
 

 

 

 
 
 
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/08/20 11:53:45 (permalink)
I am new to this so saying that I need help flashing a bois to my evga 750ti I would like to flash the 750tisc bois please help
 
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/08/20 15:59:08 (permalink)
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I am new to this so saying that I need help flashing a bois to my evga 750ti I would like to flash the 750tisc bois please help
 


Just download the bios, open the file and click yes when it asks if you want to install. EVGA makes the file extremely user friendly. It takes about 1 minute after download.

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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/08/21 01:24:13 (permalink)
I made a whole thread about swapping on the fan over at LTT http://linustechtips.com/...-evga-750ti-ftw-w-acx/
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/12/04 09:22:32 (permalink)
can i control the fan speed below 42% with presicion x?
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/12/04 15:28:08 (permalink)
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can i control the fan speed below 42% with presicion x?


No, they are DC fans, so they can not be lowered any more, unfortunately.

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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/12/16 08:44:44 (permalink)
hm i dont even hear my 750 Ti FTW.  :/ and the gpu is running at 1396 mhz..  soo.. where is the fan noise :D btw fan speed at 42% and it only goes up at 70°c
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/12/25 03:19:23 (permalink)
Just slapped this gpu into my system. No audible difference in my rig... then again it sits at a constant 27-35c 35 at max load but no fan change. We'll see once summer hits here in AZ
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/12/26 13:15:34 (permalink)
I have the GTX750Ti FTW edition, and when idle - I still get insane noise levels. I bought the card about a month ago and installed it today - I am up to date with the current drivers, please help. The noise is baad :/
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2014/12/26 18:14:07 (permalink)
get EVGA PrecisionX 16 . set the fan speed to 42% running my gtx 750Ti FTW stable at 1332.9 mhz idle 38°C 75°C full load (furmark stress test)
 
:) but be carefull.. dont overheat ur card to much.. or it will die
 
 
Edit: card idle at max fan speed = 27°C without oc/overvolt
post edited by UnDeath - 2014/12/26 18:30:47
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/01/30 09:00:34 (permalink)
So where is the newest BIOS for the EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW and what is it suppose to do?

1st BIOS 82.07.32.00.50 this has 42% fan speed @ idle  
2nd BIOS 82.07.32.00.52 or 82.07.32.00.53 ?
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/01/31 23:38:16 (permalink)
Same question here, I bought mine back in Feb 2014 so it might have been produced before this update came out, where do I get the update to make sure?
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/03/11 20:32:43 (permalink)
The bios I have is 82.07.55.00.50. The timestamp says 08/25/14. Am I allowed to post it here?

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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/03/26 19:51:20 (permalink)
Has this been solved? I bought the card in December '14, and it's is very loud. If I can't fix it through downloading a new BIOS can I send it back under warranty? Screenshot of the BIOS is below. Am I up to date?
 

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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/03/27 14:02:06 (permalink)
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Has this been solved? I bought the card in December '14, and it's is very loud. If I can't fix it through downloading a new BIOS can I send it back under warranty? Screenshot of the BIOS is below. Am I up to date?
 





I would contact support on that. Either way the fan cant be controlled below 42%
 
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/03/27 18:45:56 (permalink)

82.07.55.00.50 is the latest. I have the same bios, but not noisy at all....I adjusted the fan curve from 42% @30C-100% @56C
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/03/27 18:48:27 (permalink)
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82.07.55.00.50 is the latest. I have the same bios, but not noisy at all....I adjusted the fan curve from 42% @30C-100% @56C

You can do a full OC on this card and lock the fan at 42%. The heatsink and fans are overkill.
 
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/03/27 19:06:58 (permalink)
I was thinking about that too. Then I would not need AB or PX16 to adjust the fan, only adjust power limit instead.

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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/05/22 20:57:49 (permalink)
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82.07.55.00.50 is the latest. I have the same bios, but not noisy at all....I adjusted the fan curve from 42% @30C-100% @56C

DeathAngel74 nice numbers.....1438 default? must be a modded bios?? I've tried doing the "How to Increase the GeForce GTX 750 Ti Power Target Limit" hack and just can't flash my bios. Keeps saying there is no nvidia adapter...donno. I've tried windows and DOS...i've done the --protectoff and the -4 -5 -6 "my .rom" but same thing. I have a FTW ti
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/05/30 22:13:48 (permalink)
I previously got hold of the firmware update off EVGA and installed it hoping it would solve the fan issues.
 
What actually happened was while the fans stopped spinning at low temps, whenever they were stationary I could hear a constant whirring/clicking noise. It genuinely sounded like a very small person with a very small jack hammer constantly drilling. The only way I could get rid of this clicking noise was to open up Precision X and turn the fan % up until both fans were spinning normally, at which point I was back at square one. So I was stuck with stationary fans and an awful clicking noise, or two spinning fans with their associated noise. With up to 50% fan speed setting 1 fan would spin, but the 2nd fan would remain stationary and continue to produce the clicking noise, and it was only with a setting above 50% that both fans would spin and the clicking noise would stop.
 
I then managed to get hold of the original .50 BIOS from EVGA but after multiple attempts to flash it the .53 BIOS remained. My only option was to either live with it or attempt an RMA, and EVGA agreed to an Advanced RMA, which I was very grateful of. I had hoped EVGA would send me a fresh card with the latest BIOS installed, but on receipt of my new card I realised they had sent me an original version with the .50 BIOS on, which was a bit of a bummer.
 
I did email them asking if they inspected my old card for the clicking sound, but no real comment was made on that. They did advise me to update the BIOS again though, but make a backup of the old BIOS to rollback to if I encountered the same problem. While I want to attempt installing the .53 BIOS again I really don't want to go through all the hassle of an RMA again (even if they would agree to it for a second time), but it really would be nice if the fans would stop spinning when my card is sitting at 25 degrees C.
 
So, has anyone else experienced this same "tiny jack hammer" noise after updating to the .53 BIOS, or does anyone know why fans would make this clicking noise when being "forced" to idle? Is the process of rolling back to a previous firmware you have saved from CPU-Z as simple as using NVFLASH or is there more to it (various other programs you need to install etc.)?
 
I love the card and my system, but the fans are a bit of a pain when the GPU is under barely any load.
 
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/05/31 07:08:53 (permalink)
Well, EVGA responded to my ticket super quickly like normal, great customer support.
 
Still same problem when I update to BIOS .53 though, a constant clicking noise when the fans are idle which is way more noticeable than the fans spinning at idle. Maybe it is because of my tiny mini-ITX case, the GPU sits right next to the side of the case, if I had a bigger case with the GPU hidden away inside among many fans maybe it wouldn't be noticeable. It's not so bad for me to have the fans constantly spinning as intake fans anyway, since my case only has 1 fan.
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/06/01 00:40:56 (permalink)
Well after a little research it seems this "ticking" noise is due to undervolting the fans, which I can only presume the .53 is doing to stop the fans from spinning.

I'm sure EVGA will know about this but didn't want to say.

Well I'll certainly be doing much thorough research into the next GPU I buy.

If the "newer" models have been completely fixed and there is no ticking whatsoever when the fans are stationary then I don't know why they didn't just send me this version after the RMA.
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/06/07 21:05:49 (permalink)
The reason why they ship with the older BIOS is that the newer one is UEFI compatible only while the older is BIOS only. Most if not all UEFI boards are backwards compatible to BIOS but BIOS is not forwards compatible.
 
I never had any clicking and actually locked the fan to its lowest speed because in a well ventilated case you can get max OC and still get decent temps. The card really needs fans like half the speed they are.
 
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