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This is kinda wierd. So im limited by "reliability Voltage" and "operating Voltage"? Even at G1's "stock clocks"?

Edit:

So i kinda figured out what PerfCap means in association with ReabVol and OpV.
Looks like it means that even though i set my power target at 122%, it cant reach it (hits the ceiling at about 47% ) due to not enough voltage or something.

But that doesnt solve my instability issues at higher OCes.
Edited by seithan - 9/28/15 at 4:23am
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I won't be working on it for a while as I was going to do it all today but I lost my thermal paste 30 mins before I was leaving to go do it.

So annoyed.
that sucks man, hope you got it sorted out. I got up in her last night and man there is not much room under that fan. I suppose you could make some room under it by sanding some of the bottom of each fin but the midplate gets uneven before you get too far in. I was able to set a piece of one sink on the side of the fan but did not even try to get under it, I put most of my sinks around the vram areas hoping that helps a bit but I doubt it'll do much. Kinda bummed and I think I see a full block in my future Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


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that sucks man, hope you got it sorted out. I got up in her last night and man there is not much room under that fan. I suppose you could make some room under it by sanding some of the bottom of each fin but the midplate gets uneven before you get too far in. I was able to set a piece of one sink on the side of the fan but did not even try to get under it, I put most of my sinks around the vram areas hoping that helps a bit but I doubt it'll do much. Kinda bummed and I think I see a full block in my future Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Damn.. Thanks for the research! I really want cool vram because if I ramp all my fans, I can do +613 memory so I know I have good vram
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Damn.. Thanks for the research! I really want cool vram because if I ramp all my fans, I can do +613 memory so I know I have good vram
no problem man, what speed does that put you at? I modded my bios so its all funky now. I can't really get past 8025mhz but 8000 stays stable for anything.
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no problem man, what speed does that put you at? I modded my bios so its all funky now. I can't really get past 8025mhz but 8000 stays stable for anything.

8200mhz iirc
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It crashes whether i have voltage at full from MSI AB or lower it (down to the point that i still reach the same boost as with full voltage).

I will do as you recomment and post the GPUZ screen.

Thanx

Edit:
Couldnt crash the video card driver while running Unigine on 4k but i crashed on GTAV, not sure if driver crashed though or just the bloody game.

VDDC maxes at 1.243


Edit#2

And here driver crashed!
Take your pics into the BIOS thread I posted earlier.
Mine was blue and orange too. Now it's grey. thumb.gif
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Where could I get good thermal pads? I want to try to reduce VRAM temps on my reference 980

Also what thickness are the stock thermal pads on the reference 980?

Could I also enquire as to what size I would need for VRAM chips?
Edited by Tim Drake - 9/29/15 at 3:23am
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Performance PCs has a good selection of thermal pads.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=thermal+pad
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post #8709 of 10545
Amazon has a good selction too and they will send you the right part the first time unlike Performance PCs: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dcomputers&field-keywords=Thermal+Pad+Ultra+5W%2Fmk+1mm
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Performance PCs has a good selection of thermal pads.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=thermal+pad

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Originally Posted by Zuhl3156 View Post

Amazon has a good selction too and they will send you the right part the first time unlike Performance PCs: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dcomputers&field-keywords=Thermal+Pad+Ultra+5W%2Fmk+1mm

I'm from the UK and I meant the best brand not where to buy tongue.gif

How thick does it need to be because I may just get Thermal Grizzly pads considering Grizzly has the best Thermal Paste on the market.
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