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I've got an issue with my monitors dropping signal. I'm trying to find a solution. It doesn't show up in my rig, but the 980ti's are EVGA Kingpin versions.

I described the situation here:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1604446/monitors-dropping-signal

Thanks in advance
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What does the OC Bios do to GTX 980 TI Classfield, I mean how much power target and other stuf.
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RMA'd my 780 Ti classy and received a brand new (plastic wrap and all) 980 classy in return. This was my first RMA with EVGA and they lived up to their great reputation.
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RMA'd my 780 Ti classy and received a brand new (plastic wrap and all) 980 classy in return. This was my first RMA with EVGA and they lived up to their great reputation.
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The GTX 980 I received is a 04G-P4-2987-KR. I cannot find that model anywhere but on EVGA's product page. I know the release version is 04G-P4-2988-KR and the revised is 04G-P4-3988-KR. Am I the only one in the world that has this card? I can't flash the XOC bios because NVFlash says there is a subsystem ID mismatch.



I'm tempted to give it a shot. I think the only difference between the 2987 and 2988 is the factory boost clocks.
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The GTX 980 I received is a 04G-P4-2987-KR. I cannot find that model anywhere but on EVGA's product page. I know the release version is 04G-P4-2988-KR and the revised is 04G-P4-3988-KR. Am I the only one in the world that has this card? I can't flash the XOC bios because NVFlash says there is a subsystem ID mismatch.



I'm tempted to give it a shot. I think the only difference between the 2987 and 2988 is the factory boost clocks.
I saw your post for a bios with Mr-Dark, good idea.thumb.gif

He is also quite up on the latest NVFlash versions that work with various 980 Ti's.
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I tried it and it works fine. It didn't raise the power limit though. Still stuck at 125%.
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I tried it and it works fine. It didn't raise the power limit though. Still stuck at 125%.

Just because the slider only goes to 125% doesn't mean that the power limits weren't raised. 100 watts at 100%, 125 watts at 125%, or 400 watts at 100% and 500 watts at 125%. The % on the slider didn't change, but the power limit did. The % on the slider is a completely arbitrary number that means nothing.
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Originally Posted by Vellinious View Post

Just because the slider only goes to 125% doesn't mean that the power limits weren't raised. 100 watts at 100%, 125 watts at 125%, or 400 watts at 100% and 500 watts at 125%. The % on the slider didn't change, but the power limit did. The % on the slider is a completely arbitrary number that means nothing.

There is no difference between stock and the XOC BIOS in the power tab of Maxwell II Bios Tweaker. I looked into what you are mentioning before taking the plunge to flash mismatched ID's with NVFlash.
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There is no difference between stock and the XOC BIOS in the power tab of Maxwell II Bios Tweaker. I looked into what you are mentioning before taking the plunge to flash mismatched ID's with NVFlash.

Is it power limit throttling? If it is...change it. If it's not, leave it.
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