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Let me guess... you named your PC "Super Turbo Octopus"????

No! I named him ....Octopus Super Overclock.......biggrin.gif
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Here: IMAG0350.jpg 403k .jpg file

EVGA980TiClass.png 3064k .png file


And HERE: Valey bench on 1698Mhz GPU an 8200Mhz mem with the same voltage at 1.45V no crash but just after GPU frequencies goes down. Temps at 42°C
valley2016-07-2601-50-07-54.jpg 261k .jpg file

GPUz sensors tab under load, man. That doesn't show anything useful at all.
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Here: IMAG0350.jpg 403k .jpg file

EVGA980TiClass.png 3064k .png file


And HERE: Valey bench on 1698Mhz GPU an 8200Mhz mem with the same voltage at 1.45V no crash but just after GPU frequencies goes down. Temps at 42°C
valley2016-07-2601-50-07-54.jpg 261k .jpg file

you know that the Valley GPU clock readout is totally wrong right?
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Guys what's the highest price you would pay for 2 brand new 980Ti KPE cards binned at 72+?
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Guys what's the highest price you would pay for 2 brand new 980Ti KPE cards binned at 72+?

$400 each
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GPUz sensors tab under load, man. That doesn't show anything useful at all.

GPU Z do not write GPU Voltage realy; all time is 1.212Volt. It's wrong; Precison X you can put it on Classified at 1.290 with overvoltage enlable. But in GPU Z always 1.212V. Classified voltage controler is used by professionals overclockers. It's in 1.45V. Precision X Idicate 1.45V. Its realy. Watever, you cant put under 1.600 Mhz at stock voltages.
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GPU Z do not write GPU Voltage realy; all time is 1.212Volt. It's wrong; Precison X you can put it on Classified at 1.290 with overvoltage enlable. But in GPU Z always 1.212V. Classified voltage controler is used by professionals overclockers. It's in 1.45V. Precision X Idicate 1.45V. Its realy. Watever, you cant put under 1.600 Mhz at stock voltages.

No, but if you take a screenshot, we can see the classy voltage tool set at those voltages with those clocks, and see the temps staying under 50c. Without really cold ambients, chilled water, or something wrong....the 980ti Classy will not run that much voltage with those clocks, and keep the core beneath 50c. It's not happening. Not without other extreme measures being taken.

From Kingpin:

Because of Maxwell voltage scaling as discussed before, in most cases adding only a small amount of voltage can help. 1.21-1.22 V under load at DMM is about the most you can go on air before you will get artifacts on screen. I find 1.19-1.2 V to be nice sweet spot on most GPUs. Adding voltage in most cases just results in more artifacts and instability. Find the limit of your GPU by using default voltage first, then see if adding voltage helps at all.

This thread: http://forum.kingpincooling.com/showthread.php?t=3820

You see, what you're saying flies in the face of everything that everybody here has experienced, seen and probably at one point tried testing for themselves.

There it is. thumb.gif
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No, but if you take a screenshot, we can see the classy voltage tool set at those voltages with those clocks, and see the temps staying under 50c. Without really cold ambients, chilled water, or something wrong....the 980ti Classy will not run that much voltage with those clocks, and keep the core beneath 50c. It's not happening. Not without other extreme measures being taken.

From Kingpin:

Because of Maxwell voltage scaling as discussed before, in most cases adding only a small amount of voltage can help. 1.21-1.22 V under load at DMM is about the most you can go on air before you will get artifacts on screen. I find 1.19-1.2 V to be nice sweet spot on most GPUs. Adding voltage in most cases just results in more artifacts and instability. Find the limit of your GPU by using default voltage first, then see if adding voltage helps at all.

This thread: http://forum.kingpincooling.com/showthread.php?t=3820

You see, what you're saying flies in the face of everything that everybody here has experienced, seen and probably at one point tried testing for themselves.

There it is. thumb.gif

Yes, this is; in your thread his talking about his voltages at 1.4V! It is. Control Classified voltages is real voltages man. Its used by overclockers pros! It is. GPU Z detect 980 Ti classi and write "1.212V" But not is. I dont get artifacts, i get Mhz frequencies down./ If i dont put volages 1.45V at 1605Mhz i put stock 1.29V Its dont down and no artifacts but its crash, freeze or black screen depending game or bench.

Here 1505 at 1.29V GPU Z = 1.212V and 1605 at 1.45V GPU Z = 1.212V too. Its bad.
TiClass.png 3133k .png file
TiClass2.png 2762k .png file

https://xdevs.com/guide/maxwell_big_oc/ its same your; you can look Controler Voltages Classi with voltimeters.
Edited by AndRicard - 7/26/16 at 3:22pm
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Your temps didn't change at all. Hit "Apply"...

I'm done here. lol
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@AndRicard What's the ASIC on the card(s)? Yes, I know that ASIC isn't everything with Maxwell. But seeing as they like to stay at the 1.212v limit or slightly lower for air/water, pushing them above that is only useful when you go sub-zero. I can hit 1600 @ 1.212v underwater with my 78.2% ASIC, bumping the voltage does nothing for this card.
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