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See the thing is, I game at 1440p and my 780 Ti has to have some stuff turned off to hit 60 FPS and above. If I get the 1080, it still has 1 or 2 games it plays below 60 FPS (Witcher 3). So I'm definitely holding out for the Ti!

Agree with fisher, my 980ti gets 70+ on witcher 3 so long as hair-works is only on Geralt. hair works is badly optimized if im honest.

Also mark, would you be able to re-upload the 980ti HOF NVVDD. the links do not work for it, and I need to increase my voltage, as it's locked to 1.212v and I need to overclock more! thanks
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Agree with fisher, my 980ti gets 70+ on witcher 3 so long as hair-works is only on Geralt. hair works is badly optimized if im honest.

Also mark, would you be able to re-upload the 980ti HOF NVVDD. the links do not work for it, and I need to increase my voltage, as it's locked to 1.212v and I need to overclock more! thanks

I just tested the link and it works. Try clickiing on the link and it should bring you to this page:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7So1KUWMMFEZHhURnBUdnhNb1U/view

Once your in the link, click on the arrow pointing down to a horizontal line (beside the "open with..." option).

Just wait for it, it takes 5 seconds or so for the download to commence! thumb.gif
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I just tested the link and it works. Try clickiing on the link and it should bring you to this page:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7So1KUWMMFEZHhURnBUdnhNb1U/view

Once your in the link, click on the arrow pointing down to a horizontal line (beside the "open with..." option).

Just wait for it, it takes 5 seconds or so for the download to commence! thumb.gif

Did you guys actually benefit from this custom bios? Does it really remove voltage limit and allow for better overclocks? I tried a custom one months ago but was kinda unstable.
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I just tested the link and it works. Try clickiing on the link and it should bring you to this page:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7So1KUWMMFEZHhURnBUdnhNb1U/view

Once your in the link, click on the arrow pointing down to a horizontal line (beside the "open with..." option).

Just wait for it, it takes 5 seconds or so for the download to commence! thumb.gif

the link from page 1 doesn't work but that one did cheers mate thumb.gif
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Did you guys actually benefit from this custom bios? Does it really remove voltage limit and allow for better overclocks? I tried a custom one months ago but was kinda unstable.

well my custom bios is stable, but it hasn't been able to increase voltage, which is why my overclock still sucks. so going to test this tool
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I have a question for you 980TI owners of the HOF that installed the Kraken G10 on it: While trying to do so myself, I realized I had to remove the backplate it I wanted the cooler mount screws to go all the way through the back to use the nuts to clamp them down. The problem is, removing the backplate requires removing one screw with a sticker on it that appears to be a warning against removal (most likely will void warranty). Did any of you notice this? How'd you get past it without voiding the warranty?
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I have a question for you 980TI owners of the HOF that installed the Kraken G10 on it: While trying to do so myself, I realized I had to remove the backplate it I wanted the cooler mount screws to go all the way through the back to use the nuts to clamp them down. The problem is, removing the backplate requires removing one screw with a sticker on it that appears to be a warning against removal (most likely will void warranty). Did any of you notice this? How'd you get past it without voiding the warranty?

It's the same issue with the 780 TI HOF. What I did is to cut / reduce (you could also remove the rubber piece and replace with with tape so it's not metal to metal) the rubber part of the G10 backplate until it fit.
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It's the same issue with the 780 TI HOF. What I did is to cut / reduce (you could also remove the rubber piece and replace wit with tape so it's not metal to metal) the rubber part of the G10 backplate until it fit.

Thanks for the reply. Sadly, I tried removing the rubber piece on the backplate of the g10 all together and I still couldn't get it down far enough to even see the threading on the other side for the nuts.
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Thanks for the reply. Sadly, I tried removing the rubber piece on the backplate of the g10 all together and I still couldn't get it down far enough to even see the threading on the other side for the nuts.

Woah that's some thick back plate!

Have you tried pressing down first on one side and see if the nut will get a grab hold of the screw first? Once you get one screwed in do the opposite side and continue doing it until all 4 screws are in.

Your last chance would be to buy a longer screw to replace what you have. Sorry about that!
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Woah that's some thick back plate!

Have you tried pressing down first on one side and see if the nut will get a grab hold of the screw first? Once you get one screwed in do the opposite side and continue doing it until all 4 screws are in.

Your last chance would be to buy a longer screw to replace what you have. Sorry about that!

I'll give it another shot tomorrow. However, can you even find longer screws like that on the market? Also maybe I should clarify that I'm talking about the first set of threading on the screw, the wider threads used to put the nut to hold the screws in place before mounting the cooler itself. Regardless, thank you for your help so far.
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