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a little off topic again (apologies) but when running F@H what are the points for? just for status? or what?

https://folding.stanford.edu/home/faq/faq-points/
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Originally Posted by Hequaqua View Post

They were right at the very edge. I will mess with them later. It could be where the pressure was. I wouldn't think making the card straight would make the temps go up that much though. No biggie really. Does MSI or anyone else make a backplate for my MSI GTX970? I know there is one on the Golden Edition.

the picture also made it look as though the blocks were making the card bend the opposite way of what you were trying to correct.. I would assume that is the problem.. find a way to make it level.. not sag or push up.. and should be fine.. I'm surprised my 970 4g isnt sagging yet... guess it will eventually.. I'll need to find a way to fix
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the picture also made it look as though the blocks were making the card bend the opposite way of what you were trying to correct.. I would assume that is the problem.. find a way to make it level.. not sag or push up.. and should be fine.. I'm surprised my 970 4g isnt sagging yet... guess it will eventually.. I'll need to find a way to fix

Yea, I mentioned in the first post that it looked like I needed to remove a block. I'll figure something out. It doesn't affect the performance sagging, just looks horrible. smile.gif
Edited by Hequaqua - 1/11/15 at 9:24am
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i got stock bios on my gpu but i have downloaded the bios from other thread unlocks power limit ,
i havent tested yet.
here is the link NVidia Maxwell/Kepler BIOS editing thread. GTX 2XX to 9XX now supported

thanks I saw the modified wasn't sure please do lemme know how it goes I will probably do the same.
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I reset bios, ran a 30 minute session of prime again on stock clock and had 3 spikes up to about 85 with valleys in the mid 60's. Still seems kind of odd to me.

Then reseat your CPU block. Use a high quality TIM like Noctua's or Arctic Silver after thoroughly cleaning and checking your CPU lid and block for imperfections. Make sure everything is seated properly and redo the tests. 85°C is way too high, and since you've reset the BIOS and removed it as a potential failing, you definitely have to make sure your cooler is functioning as it should.
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Guys, does the Kraken G10 fits on 970 G1 Gaming without problem?
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Anyone else having a hard time pushing those Hynix memory clocks? I'm very frustrated with mine being stuck at 7400mhz...
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We did get the thread a bit off track yesterday. Sorry.

Well, I have seen a few peoples solution to the 970 without backplates sagging. I decided to prop mine up with a favorite toy.....lol




Looks like I need to take 1 block out.

EDIT: I started running Folding@Home....and my GPU temp shot up to 71-74(C). That was at stock settings with my custom fan running. Oh, and the side of my case was off too. I removed the block and the temp dropped back down to where it normally is when folding, about 60°(C).

Anyone have an idea as to why leveling the card would make the temps go up?

Loos very nice but if you want it to look even better you should buy some E22 cable combs so the wires dont cross over each other, makes the system look even better.
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thanks I saw the modified wasn't sure please do lemme know how it goes I will probably do the same.
i did flash it , unlocks power limit to 150% every is just fine it seems
my card just max out 1588Mhz/7800Mhz beyond that artifacts then it crash on valley benchmark
i didnt gain any + on my memory just unlucky but core clock it a bit more stable
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Anyone else having a hard time pushing those Hynix memory clocks? I'm very frustrated with mine being stuck at 7400mhz...

I had an issue getting even that high with my EVGA.. haven't really tried with the MSI gaming yet.. I guess I will give it a whirl in a bit.. got another issue on hand at the moment.. HWiNFO64 reporting mobo temps of 375degrees F... trying to figure out if thats even possible.. or its a bad reading or what..
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