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post #2911 of 10534
From what I have seen : the average GTX 980 /ref ACX etc../ score around 1500 MHz , anything above 1500 MHz is very good.
Some substandard cards cannot reach more than 1480.

I got 2 EVGA Ref and ACX 2.0 , reference can do /bench only /1610 MHz, ACX less, although it has got a higher ASIC- 1577 or so.
But in SLI I got them now at 1530 on air.

WIthout the modded BIOS and more voltage we cannot do more.. And yes, the difference of 50MHz in games is miniscule.
post #2912 of 10534
None of my 3 EVGA SC reference on either water or air can manage 1600 core sadly. Close, but still.


a flash could change that, if our good friends find a safe way to work around the EEPROM protection frown.gif
post #2913 of 10534
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Originally Posted by Trolle BE View Post

I'm still doubting of what to get.
I'm playing at 1080p and will only go for 144hz next but I always crank everything up smile.gif

I can't decide between :
Zotac 970 extreme(voltage limit makes me doubt)
Inno3d 970 airboss (2x6pin enough?)
2x gigabyte 970 g1
Or
Zotac and inno3d 980 versions (look at 970's)

The gigabyte 970's will take a while to get in Stock tho.

Can't decide frown.gif

Im using a 144hz monitor with dual inno3D gtx 980's I think its perfect as most games dont manage 144+ fps even at 1080p and like you I like to max out the settings I feel its perfect
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Im using a 144hz monitor with dual inno3D gtx 980's I think its perfect as most games dont manage 144+ fps even at 1080p and like you I like to max out the settings I feel its perfect
Wich cards are you using?
Reference, herculez or airboss?
post #2915 of 10534
Ok so I have had my MSI gaming since Thursday and noticed some whining sound last night even more strange is my ASIC when I first got it was 72% now its 69% but wondering if I should exchange it for another MSI or should I go gigabyte?
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Wich cards are you using?
Reference, herculez or airboss?

Both Inno3D GTX 980 Reference cards
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post #2917 of 10534
Has anyone seen an upload of the BIOS for an EVGA ACX (non SC)? I want to see how the reference cards handle running semi-passive.
post #2918 of 10534
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I lost 4 cores ??? ;=(

Make sure of msconfig, boot, advanced options, number of processors, set 0 or 16.
post #2919 of 10534
Hey guys I have a Asus reference 980 and I noticed that the voltage doesn't go above 1.181. I was wondering if the reference Asus 980 was locked at 1.181 because I've seen other people voltage get past that point. If it is locked is there a bios or something I need to flash to unlock it?
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Make sure of msconfig, boot, advanced options, number of processors, set 0 or 16.

Thx. The issue was in those settings. Back alive again and basic low OC CPU at 4,2 MHz (max 68C) en GPU 1355/7500 (max 58C) and:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3034093

Still not really amazing. Physics went off course (compared to 4 cores0, but is this ok for a basic OC or still too low?
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