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You can imagine how quickly my excitement for getting a new working card dissipated wave2.gif My kingpin was defective from day 1

I cant believe people treat their expensive gear like this its sad, even sadder EVGA passed this freakin turd off on me for RMA. They didnt even attempt to clean it up. I bet Vince would be ashamed to have his name on this one.

I cant imagine this one lasting long in the condition its in. It looks like the person that had it before me had a leak, both sides of the pcb have puddles/stains on it and who the hell
gets thermal paste all over their hands and then finger prints all over the pcb in paste.

Have you gone back to EVGA and asked about this RMA? I'd send it back for sure. Please keep us updated on how this is handled.
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nvm tongue.gif
Edited by looniam - 11/5/15 at 8:04pm
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Hey guys, I'm new here!

I think I'm having issues with my GTX 980 Ti Classified (non-KPE).

I am unable to change the voltage with MSI Afterburner, EVGA Precision X, etc.; although the slider can be set up to +50 Mv, the VDDC stays at 1.2000 V and there is no additional heat and power consumption in GPU-Z or NVIDIA Inspector which makes me believe there is no voltage increase at all!

Am I doing something incorrectly? I'm using the "OC Bios - GTX980Ti_ClassyOC" from page 1 and my drivers are up-to-date, if that's any help.

Thanks!
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are you raising the power target?

afterburner was "broken" for me on the 980TI classy to adjust voltage. if you want to use PX then enable kboost (to keep the voltage steady) and OVERBOOST. enabling just overvoltage did nothing (overboost automatically enables overvoltage)

Or go get classy voltage controller ver 2.1.2 found HERE

keep in mind that the reported voltages in PX (or any software) will not reflect the actual voltage - need a DMM for that - it will likely be higher than what you set it at in PX. for me the difference was 0.020 - 0.025.
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are you raising the power target?

afterburner was "broken" for me on the 980TI classy to adjust voltage. if you want to use PX then enable kboost (to keep the voltage steady) and OVERBOOST. enabling just overvoltage did nothing (overboost automatically enables overvoltage)

Or go get classy voltage controller ver 2.1.2 found HERE

keep in mind that the reported voltages in PX (or any software) will not reflect the actual voltage - need a DMM for that - it will likely be higher than what you set it at in PX. for me the difference was 0.020 - 0.025.
I am indeed raising the power target to 141%.

But the problem with PX is that even though I can enable kboost and overboost and set a specific voltage for it to run at (1.25 V for exemple), upon restarting my computer this specific voltage will be lower for some reason - and it will decrease by a notch every time I restart, which is annoying.

The classy voltage controller seems to be working though, but I have to apply it everytime I open up the computer! mellowsmiley.gif

Is there any other way for me to set, say, 1.25 V every time the computer restarts?
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So there is a new driver out. Not too much added, it looks like. Has anyone seen anything bad about this driver yet?
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Saw Classy 980ti on Ebay,81 asic, just got it today, 1533oc air,55c
Asus Ranger
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P.S. As I've been playing BF4 (ultra,110fps/hz) some hours now, it seems the card has settled to 1518oc{>56c} with 1531(<57c},1.212 volts, +88 core clk on ab, it was a new listing and I pulled trigger, like the guaranteed 81 asic, may put H20 on this soon,godspeed.
Edited by piee - 11/6/15 at 6:21am
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I am indeed raising the power target to 141%.

But the problem with PX is that even though I can enable kboost and overboost and set a specific voltage for it to run at (1.25 V for exemple), upon restarting my computer this specific voltage will be lower for some reason - and it will decrease by a notch every time I restart, which is annoying.

The classy voltage controller seems to be working though, but I have to apply it everytime I open up the computer! mellowsmiley.gif

Is there any other way for me to set, say, 1.25 V every time the computer restarts?

AFAIK there isn't a way to set that or any specific voltage every reboot.

when i had a 980TI classy, which boosted to 1405 stock voltage when gaming, it wasn't necessary since it ate up every game at the highest settings.

benching is different and you would be better off adjusting as you go.
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Saw Classy 980ti on Ebay,81 asic, just got it today, 1533oc air,55c
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240 h20
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Nice!

You put a block on that and keep it in the 30's and you'll see 1575-1600 with lil' voltage added. wink.gif

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But the problem with PX is that even though I can enable kboost and overboost and set a specific voltage for it to run at (1.25 V for exemple), upon restarting my computer this specific voltage will be lower for some reason - and it will decrease by a notch every time I restart, which is annoying.
I noticed that too. Just add one more notch of voltage and your wanted voltage will be set upon restarting. That's how I did it. smile.gif

I for example want 1.156v and so I set it to 1.162v in my profile which will be loaded at PX startup resulting in 1.156v.
Edited by Djinn206 - 11/4/15 at 10:06pm
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