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Anyone have any tips for modding the BIOS on the 980ti Classy? A few weeks after I got the cards I flashed the "OC BIOS" that Kingpin uploaded, but that didn't seem to actually change anything (although I very may well be wrong as I haven't analyzed it in any kind of BIOS editor).

What are the kids doing nowadays in terms of BIOS editing? Is it worth it? Or am I better off just tooling around with Afterburner?
What's your clocks on stock voltages? mine does 1500 @+600 on the ram...
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Anyone have any tips for modding the BIOS on the 980ti Classy? A few weeks after I got the cards I flashed the "OC BIOS" that Kingpin uploaded, but that didn't seem to actually change anything (although I very may well be wrong as I haven't analyzed it in any kind of BIOS editor).

What are the kids doing nowadays in terms of BIOS editing? Is it worth it? Or am I better off just tooling around with Afterburner?

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What's your clocks on stock voltages? mine does 1500 @+600 on the ram...

We are playing around with bios in here > http://www.overclock.net/t/1590323/evga-980-ti-classified-custom-bios-for-stock-cooler-users/0_50#post_24873766

I'm testing everything I can on my air cooled card in the geeeeeerage ..... it's a 1500/2150 card so far.

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We are playing around with bios in here > http://www.overclock.net/t/1590323/evga-980-ti-classified-custom-bios-for-stock-cooler-users/0_50#post_24873766

I'm testing everything I can on my air cooled card in the geeeeeerage ..... it's a 1500/2150 card so far.

SS

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What's your clocks on stock voltages? mine does 1500 @+600 on the ram...

I'm on water with two cards. My cards' stability really depends on what they're doing. If we're talking completing a FS Ultra run, they're stable at a little over 1500 MHz and 500-550 MHz on the memory. I hate to play fast and loose with the definition of stable though, because as soon as I decide to play a game, I'm unable to get much higher than +80 +450 it would seem. I did recently discover the 980ti Classified voltage controller profile for Afterburner though, so I'm going to be playing with adding voltage now that the slider actually does something rolleyes.gif. I had felt compelled to use PX because of the increased voltage range, but now I don't have to use that bloated mess (no offense to any PX fans, but it is). I don't know.

Just kind of lost right now and frustrated that I haven't found a max stable OC for every day use despite owning these for going on 4 months redface.gif. Want to get this straightened out and get something I'm happy with so I can stop fidgeting with it and worrying about it.
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We are playing around with bios in here > http://www.overclock.net/t/1590323/evga-980-ti-classified-custom-bios-for-stock-cooler-users/0_50#post_24873766

I'm testing everything I can on my air cooled card in the geeeeeerage ..... it's a 1500/2150 card so far.

SS

Glad it's working for you. Can you touch your auxiliary voltage on that card? If so and you are cool. If not and you can, you should.
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Glad it's working for you. Can you touch your auxiliary voltage on that card? If so and you are cool. If not and you can, you should.

Aux voltage? You mean with the Classy tool orrrrrrrrrrrrrr???????????

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I'm on water with two cards. My cards' stability really depends on what they're doing. If we're talking completing a FS Ultra run, they're stable at a little over 1500 MHz and 500-550 MHz on the memory. I hate to play fast and loose with the definition of stable though, because as soon as I decide to play a game, I'm unable to get much higher than +80 +450 it would seem. I did recently discover the 980ti Classified voltage controller profile for Afterburner though, so I'm going to be playing with adding voltage now that the slider actually does something rolleyes.gif. I had felt compelled to use PX because of the increased voltage range, but now I don't have to use that bloated mess (no offense to any PX fans, but it is). I don't know.

Just kind of lost right now and frustrated that I haven't found a max stable OC for every day use despite owning these for going on 4 months redface.gif. Want to get this straightened out and get something I'm happy with so I can stop fidgeting with it and worrying about it.
I've found knocking 25 off the core works best all around for 24/7 365 "stuff" ...... seriously how much does it really mean for the joy of just turning it on and doing what you want/need to? wink.gif

Variables ............ they are always in motion. biggrin.gif

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Yes mind you I haven't used that but I believe it does the same thing. Basically if you can turn down the aux volt you can crank it a little higher and actually get a higher 24 / 7 overclock and if you keep playing in cold temps and keep pushing it down which wouldn't be gaming stable but more fun you can get higher and higher. I need a water block IMO. I want a 100% guaranteed no issues block though.

The aux voltage is like another power feed to the memory from what I've been able to find looking around myself a little on the internet by using google seeing as I like looking into things myself. Either way, it helps overclock a lot.
Edited by truehighroller1 - 2/9/16 at 8:57pm
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So one of my 780 Ti Classified's died and I RMA'd it to eVGA. I found out that they're sending me back a 980 Classified. Pretty cool of them, but I'm slightly disappointed that I can't run SLi anymore without buying a new card. Decisions, decisions...
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So one of my 780 Ti Classified's died and I RMA'd it to eVGA. I found out that they're sending me back a 980 Classified. Pretty cool of them, but I'm slightly disappointed that I can't run SLi anymore without buying a new card. Decisions, decisions...
Sell one to compliment the other...or, even trade...
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Sell one to compliment the other...or, even trade...
Yeah, I've thought about this. The 780 Ti Classy is part number 03G-P4-2887-KR and the 980 Classy is part number 04G-P4-3987-KR. Both can't be bought new anymore (although Newegg is selling the 04G-P4-3988-KR part and I can flash the BIOS if it's any different from the one I'm getting). I just don't know if I want to dip into the used market to get a 780 Ti without warranty (after all, I just saw one of mine die a little while ago) or spend some money out of pocket for another 980 Classy. I dunno, I'll think about it some more.

Side question, anyone know the difference between the 04G-P4-3987-KR and 04G-P4-3988-KR models? They honestly look the same to me...
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