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If that gigabyte 980 has hynix memory then it is not uncommon for it to overclock like poo.

also, If your gaming on a 4.6ghz 3570k then moving to a 6700k wont show a huge improvement in gaming. A 980ti would have been money better spent imo.

If you needed hyperthreading on the machine for reasons other than gaming I get though.

how can i know that type of information?
post #9272 of 10534
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how can i know that type of information?
open Gpuz. it will show memory brand.
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ASIC 70.8%
Memory Samsung...
post #9274 of 10534
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Originally Posted by Krgwow View Post

ASIC 70.8%
Memory Samsung...

Although your symptoms do point to a poor overclocking card you should be able to stabilize stock setting for sure. My guess is you need to reinstall the driver. Download DDU and do a fresh wipe of the driver since other methods still may leave traces of the bad driver. Install the new driver and test again. I have a strange suspicion this will solve your problems.


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post #9275 of 10534
Not all video boards will OC equally. Someone else's BIOS isn't a guarantee that you'll get the same results. It is best to upload the original BIOS from your board and have someone unlock the TDP and voltage. Everything else can be done with MSI Afterburner.
post #9276 of 10534
just did that, 1531 still artifact
didn't test memory but don't have any hope

edit> memory same ****
Edited by Krgwow - 2/12/16 at 3:38pm
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When you unlock the TDP and voltage how much voltage are people pumping through these cards? Max voltage in afterburner seems like it should be more than plenty unless you are just trying for high numbers in 3D mark


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post #9278 of 10534
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When you unlock the TDP and voltage how much voltage are people pumping through these cards? Max voltage in afterburner seems like it should be more than plenty unless you are just trying for high numbers in 3D mark


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My TDP is 150% and 1.275 volts. I have a different modded BIOS that will let me boost to 1.310 volts. Stock TDP was only 122% at 1.212 volts.
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just test here something
i prioritize power limit instead temperature
put max fan lvl at 75%(so will never reach 80 degrees, which is the temperature that i start seeing artifacts)
i'm on 7900 memory now with no artifacts on static image on Uningine Heaven 1600x900 max tesselation possible, 8xAA, ULTRA
but, on core... in the minute that i pass from 1518 to 1531 i start seeing artifacts rolleyes.gif


EDIT> Testing 8000 memory, no artifact at 76 degrees, pwr target prioritize
i will test on GTA V now
Edited by Krgwow - 2/12/16 at 4:00pm
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My TDP is 150% and 1.275 volts. I have a different modded BIOS that will let me boost to 1.310 volts. Stock TDP was only 122% at 1.212 volts.

Hmm this makes me want to give it a go. What is the max voltage that is "safe to put through the card for 24/7 overclock? I would love to see what all this baby has but I'm a CPU overclocker. In still new to the limitations of GPUs however GPU is easier but it's not as widely stated what safe voltages are since most never leave the max voltage allowed by overclocking software.
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