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Well maybe you did write it in the first post, but first post is so messed up and I cant find these answers. I can try to explain my question a little different. Are there any limits in the EVGA SC bios (which are clocked different, and maybe also different regarding limits), that are removed and usefull in this nolimit bios when my card isnt hardmodded?
I have a few questions: I got a EVGA SC 980GTX, and EK Fullcover waterblock with backplate. ASIC value is 82% and I didnt do any hardmod to the card and its running with stock bios. It clocks fine to well above 1500Mhz but start crashing around 1600Mhz. 1) Will the modified bios enable higher voltage? 2) Will the modified bios enable a higher power target? 3) What can I expect, regarding new max frequencies and benchmarks if I do use the fastest stable bios here?
EK FC980 GTX Nickel CSQ EK FC980 GTX Backplate - Nickel And this is with the Thermosphere from EK
Not sure, my water might heat up a bit and delta temps increase with it. But no idea, I got licenses for 3dmark11 and 3dmark, thats all.
Nizzen: Did you get it to up the power target? I just did a quick benchmark with 3dmark at 1581MHz with kboost Max temp on GPU was 41C, and my water is 27.4C idle. That seems to work out well.
Hi all, My EVGA SC 980 GTX with EK Thermosphere and some ENZO heatsinks Running cool and pretty fast. Question: Anyone know a way to pass the 125% power target?
Hi all, I got the EVGA GTX 980 SC, and an EK GPU block (Thermosphere) I never used. I was considering to use the Thermosphere and some modded Enzo heatsinks for the VRM part, but leave the memorychips free as its not possible to do anything with the 3 chips under the Thermospere cooling block. I got a pretty good static airflow through my chassis. Anyone tried a thermosphere on a GTX 980? Do I need memory cooling?
x124 is vcore, and it can be related to heat. If you havent overclocked it, I guess your CPU cooler is sitting loose/badly mounted. A hot CPU needs more vcore and will crash with faults like that too. Did you check that out? In some situations the CPU can throttle, in others throttling can keep it going.
Samsung EVO 840, (4x 120GB stripe) I have the same issue. Battlefield that I installed as the first thing when installing my new system at 50MB/sec.. Tera files that I installed less than a month ago running 1340MB/sec. I run my disks in a stripe (4 disks) so when the data is fresh I am usually seeing around 1.4-1.5GB/sec
There are more to tweak, but it wont give enough to make sence, unless you accept throttling.First of all you can try to reduce other voltage options like VCCIO and VCCSA by lowering the offset a bit. Go slowly and check for stability.If you accept throttling, you can adjust these down:- Long Duration power limit to fx 110- Long Duration Maintened 120- Short duration powerlimit to 300- CPU Current Limit to 100If you want to go to a higher clock and you feel that your 1.3v...
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