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i want more clock
my gpu only do 1490mhz on core
i want unlock vcore and turbo boost for overclock it with my new ek waterblock

If it makes any difference but its still nice to have 1500Mhz+ in game stable. I have a reconditioned EVGA GTX980 SC ACX 2.0 and its not so good. It will bench all day @ 1550+ Mhz though its NOT game stable, damn benches, thought i won the silicon lottery at first. Any how, got game stable OC on it playing Far Cry 4 with ultra settings (80-120FPS) no AA yesterday for well over 3 hours @ 1484Mhz Core, i decided I won't flash it, i'm probably going to sell it and grab a 980TI seen some benches its on par with 2x GTX980 SLI in some cases. I want to be playing some good looking single player titles maxed out in the future, still blown away how good Farcry looks, not a fan honest biggrin.gif



This screen shot turned out funky i'm running too monitors.

ASIC quality is 68.3%
Custom curve 50°c = 40%
For those intrested


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post #8812 of 10545
I don't worry about benchmarks too much any more except to compare different drivers. I'm more interested in stable performance when playing a game. Far Cry 4 is one of my favorites and it does look great. I get similar FPS when playing Far Cry 4 on a single video board. 1500 is just a nice round number and not a necessity.
post #8813 of 10545
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I don't worry about benchmarks too much any more except to compare different drivers. I'm more interested in stable performance when playing a game. Far Cry 4 is one of my favorites and it does look great. I get similar FPS when playing Far Cry 4 on a single video board. 1500 is just a nice round number and not a necessity.

With you on that, but I tend to put all my GPUs through the folding burn. They got to survive two weeks 24/7 folding before I consider them good. tongue.gif

The little 960 though on 24/7 duty full time at 1495MHz atm, aiming for over 1500MHz after I put a water cooler on it.
980 I have only manage 1485MHz, but think its air cooler not able to get enough heat off. Planning to maybe water cool it soon too.

Got to say they make great space heaters. 60C sure makes a lot of hot air. tongue.gif

Think the only thing that beat them was when I had a 7970 that fold 24/7. Wooo, 68C made great space heater.
     
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I remember the 780 Classy days where factory oc was faar awat from maximum oc rolleyes.gif

My 980 that is in my dedicated folding rig is running 1405mhz completely stock. I think that is pretty good ^^
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I remember the 780 Classy days where factory oc was faar awat from maximum oc rolleyes.gif

My 980 that is in my dedicated folding rig is running 1405mhz completely stock. I think that is pretty good ^^

Yeah, that is pretty good. It's been so long I don't even remember what my board's stock clock rate was. I've been Folding for the past few days at 1500 Mhz. Broke the 38 million point barrier earlier today. I'm going to try to keep going until I hit the 40 million mark.
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GPUZ validation. I have two EVGA 980s (2982 SC version) in SLI
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Anyone using EK Universal GPU blocks on there 980? If so how are your temps and by how much more could you overclock? smile.gif
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Anyone using EK Universal GPU blocks on there 980? If so how are your temps and by how much more could you overclock? smile.gif

The only person I am aware of using universal GPU watercooling blocks is 'hallowen' at EVGA forums but I don't remember if he is using EK or Swiftech.
post #8819 of 10545
Ek universal waterblock works great. Prob wont get more than 20mhz going unde watar though. My loop has two 360 rads and temps never hit 40c.
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40C is quite good. Have you got a Picture of your setup? What OC , volts are you currently running with it?
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