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So a fellow member from EVGA forums, says the following:
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I suppose I should have worded that different.
1455MHz is what I use for gaming.
I could use a higher OC around 1506MHz and be stable in every game I own, but there is not much of a performance increase and not worth the trouble if it becomes unstable in a new game later down the road.

1531MHz is the best I can get with my two card's when benching, which I am happy with. It really come down to my second card not being able to push past that, one card will hit the 1550MHz range alone.

75C or lower (top GPU) would be my target temp for high demand gaming.

Do note that both his kingpins are 75% ASIC. So we talking about 1506Mhz with peak temperature 75C in gaming.

I don't even reach that temperature unless I am looping Fire Strike Ultra... yet Batman and Witcher 3 TDR when temps are in low/mid 60s with a low clock of 1455Mhz/7800Mhz. I removed the voltage increase too.

I really want to point out that I am not aiming for super high OC or not even 1500Mhz. Id be super happy to be 100% stable at 1450Mhz. If you guys still think it is just a temperature issue, well, re-applying TIM is my only possible salvation.

For anyone who wants to check my case thoroughly, here is my thread at EVGA: http://forums.evga.com/980-Ti-Kingpin-SLI-won39t-overclock-much-m2386367.aspx (MODS: I hope this isn't an issue!)
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yeah kryonaut is pricey but hydronaut isn't *as bad* but, if you're looking at a one time application the few dollars isn't horrible.

i would guess GC extreme looks like a much better price if your swapping/cleaning pots/heatsinks often.
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Right on man! thumb.gif 55c FTW. Some of these guys just don't get how temperature bound the maxwell gpu is on these cards or any card with 980, 980ti, or titanx gpu. High asic 980kpTi hit 1550+, lowest asic still 1500+. That is about how it goes with kp 980Ti when temps are proper. I've said it million times

Vayne4800, I'm trying to help u out bud. Your temps are way too high for you to NOT be having problems overclocking on the card. What more do I need to say to you? smile.gif
Your card is underperforming due to heat. Doesn't matter if benching or gaming...and yes ofc game stable clocks are always going to be slightly lower than max benching clocks, 1-3 delta clocks usually(13mhz each)

This is true stuff ..... I've had 10 Maxwell's so far and voltage has only benefited two of them and not much.

My current Ti and Tx both benefit from voltage BUT they never hit 40c under any load as they have full blocks. The Ti will run stable at 1570/8400 and the Tx 1470/8200. All 4 of my 980 KP's did better under 1.2v than above it alone or SLI. It took me a long time to understand it but Vince did a good job explaining the characters of Maxwell.

I'm not extreme so my test methods for stability are;

Stock volts and see how high it'll run with out artifacts and driver crashes. Then I loop FS/FSE demo for a couple hrs followed by Heaven. I'll do 5 back to back runs of Sniper Elite V2 bench and then I play games for a couple hours. Then I bump the memory and run a few of the same tests for artifacts.

You'll find that you'll add very little voltage to get any significant gains or no gains other than heat.

SS
post #18904 of 21381
We are much more experienced then the guys over there.

Replace your Tim and show me your temps.

Then when thr temps are lower we can work from there. 75 is too hot. I don't really understand why you don't understand this.

Your hurting your gpu by not doing what I ask ya.

Not trying to be rude.. I want you to enjoy your kp as much as I enjoy mine wink.gif

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Originally Posted by Vayne4800 View Post

So a fellow member from EVGA forums, says the following:
Do note that both his kingpins are 75% ASIC. So we talking about 1506Mhz with peak temperature 75C in gaming.

I don't even reach that temperature unless I am looping Fire Strike Ultra... yet Batman and Witcher 3 TDR when temps are in low/mid 60s with a low clock of 1455Mhz/7800Mhz. I removed the voltage increase too.

I really want to point out that I am not aiming for super high OC or not even 1500Mhz. Id be super happy to be 100% stable at 1450Mhz. If you guys still think it is just a temperature issue, well, re-applying TIM is my only possible salvation.

For anyone who wants to check my case thoroughly, here is my thread at EVGA: http://forums.evga.com/980-Ti-Kingpin-SLI-won39t-overclock-much-m2386367.aspx (MODS: I hope this isn't an issue!)
post #18905 of 21381
Not offended or anything. I just don't buy being told about something without support or details. Last few posts started shedding more evidence to my issue. Fine, Re-apply TIM it is! Will get back to you guys next week though. Busy schedule.
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post #18906 of 21381
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Not offended or anything. I just don't buy being told about something without support or details. Last few posts started shedding more evidence to my issue. Fine, Re-apply TIM it is! Will get back to you guys next week though. Busy schedule.

Re-applying TIM is like a 10 minute or less procedure (unless it's under water). It's the first thing I'd have done (with an EVGA warrantied GPU) if I thought the temps were a little whack.
post #18907 of 21381
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Re-applying TIM is like a 10 minute or less procedure (unless it's under water). It's the first thing I'd have done (with an EVGA warrantied GPU) if I thought the temps were a little whack.

10 mins if the card is on my desk. My case position and the screws holding the cards are a bit of an annoyance to remove and re-install. Plus you got the "inexperience" part which slows me down. I did re-apply TIM before on CPUs and GPUs, but that is like every 2-3 years biggrin.gif. I'll see if I can get around doing it this weekend.
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Anybody happen to have a STOCK 980 ti Classy LN2 bios?
    
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post #18909 of 21381
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Originally Posted by Vayne4800 View Post

10 mins if the card is on my desk. My case position and the screws holding the cards are a bit of an annoyance to remove and re-install. Plus you got the "inexperience" part which slows me down. I did re-apply TIM before on CPUs and GPUs, but that is like every 2-3 years biggrin.gif. I'll see if I can get around doing it this weekend.

It can be a hassle yah, but definitely worth to check it when temps or performance seems off. The card come apart pretty easy with two pcb plates and backplate. There are 4 plugs for LED's and fans as well.
post #18910 of 21381
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Originally Posted by paskowitz View Post

Anybody happen to have a STOCK 980 ti Classy LN2 bios?

We should probably have the OP of this thread put some links up to the basics. /calling OP!
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