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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post

Updated OP with MUMOD v1.1 for Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 F51 BIOS thumb.gif


970F51-MAX-UNLEASHED-REL1.1.zip 273k .zip file



thanks Laithan , appreciate you doing those for me thumb.gifthumb.gif


I see you have renamed the Bios , just curious how you did that as I don't see that option in Maxwell Tweaker.
Edited by Kbird - 6/1/16 at 8:31pm
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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post

HERE

lol bad day in the forums today


Hey check it out I've got the top 6-CORE 980Ti 2xSLI 1080p score thumb.gif
I'm in the top 30 overall as well. Click on the 1080p 2xSLI tab.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1235557/official-top-30-heaven-benchmark-4-0-scores


GO MUMOD band.gif


.

Nice thumb.gif
post #5223 of 7584
..Not keen on 80,2c on the backplate for a £650 MSI card In sli that heat will be sucked up by the next one




http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/msi_geforce_gtx_1080_gaming_x_8g_review,10.html


Also in the Review i quote

"So yes, the raw rendering performance versus that massive VRAM partition is going to attract a certain kind of people,"

I would be careful placing the word partition in any nvidia review tongue.gif
post #5224 of 7584
Hmm with the new drivers 980ti is becoming more and more hot when oc with voltage, sow that they made 100% usage of the card possible as well, before 99%was the max. Played wicher 3 Blood and wine and it gets to 77-79 degree...I thought one of the fan stopped spinning.
post #5225 of 7584
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Originally Posted by NikolayNeykov View Post

Hmm with the new drivers 980ti is becoming more and more hot when oc with voltage, sow that they made 100% usage of the card possible as well, before 99%was the max. Played wicher 3 Blood and wine and it gets to 77-79 degree...I thought one of the fan stopped spinning.

Did not know this

Wonder if it was for the launch of the pascal to squeeze out every last drop
post #5226 of 7584
I am running the Air bios on gtx 980 ti and my temps go up to 92c without maxing pl and volts.
I don't know what is wrong my case is a vengeance c70 with 6 fans 3 intake 3 exhaust.
post #5227 of 7584
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Originally Posted by megax05 View Post

I am running the Air bios on gtx 980 ti and my temps go up to 92c without maxing pl and volts.
I don't know what is wrong my case is a vengeance c70 with 6 fans 3 intake 3 exhaust.

ouch....92c

I would reseat the heat sink and re apply paste...... what was your temps like before the bios mod?

I Never get above 64c @ 1545 i am still testing this g1 not had it for long ..... fan curve is set to it 100% @ 75c

I have 3 fans as intake 2 in at front and 1 in at side above the g1 but i have my fractal case flat as i prefer this

and 1 fan out rear
but my noctua d15 pushes out with two fans to the case rear fan out

With 6 fans watch out for vortex effect standing trapped air maybe the issue all so
there is a thing something to do with pressure too much in and out creates this ....
Edited by harney - 6/2/16 at 9:09am
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Originally Posted by harney View Post

..Not keen on 80,2c on the backplate for a £650 MSI card In sli that heat will be sucked up by the next one




http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/msi_geforce_gtx_1080_gaming_x_8g_review,10.html


Also in the Review i quote

"So yes, the raw rendering performance versus that massive VRAM partition is going to attract a certain kind of people,"

I would be careful placing the word partition in any nvidia review tongue.gif
That is the downside of a backplate, while it may look good and maybe help with card droop, if it is not well vented by hot spots heat can get retained.

Here MSI 980ti ,same thing
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/msi_geforce_gtx_980_ti_gaming_oc_review,10.html

I personally would not worry to much as long a case has good cooling, many cards hit the 70-low 80c by the voltage reg's
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Originally Posted by Kbird View Post

thanks Laithan , appreciate you doing those for me thumb.gifthumb.gif


I see you have renamed the Bios , just curious how you did that as I don't see that option in Maxwell Tweaker.

Just save as, or rename in explorer. You can call it anything.


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Originally Posted by NikolayNeykov View Post

Hmm with the new drivers 980ti is becoming more and more hot when oc with voltage, sow that they made 100% usage of the card possible as well, before 99%was the max. Played wicher 3 Blood and wine and it gets to 77-79 degree...I thought one of the fan stopped spinning.

How can you compare when B&W was just released a few days ago wink.gif


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Originally Posted by megax05 View Post

I am running the Air bios on gtx 980 ti and my temps go up to 92c without maxing pl and volts.
I don't know what is wrong my case is a vengeance c70 with 6 fans 3 intake 3 exhaust.

devil.gif That's practically fry your GPU temps...careful

A picture is worth a thousand words if u can show us the layout and what your fan directions are.

This is from a while ago and before Ghetto cool tech but you can get some ideas.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1544574/gigabyte-gtx-9xx-10xx-g1-gaming-h2o-air-bios-tweaking/1520#post_24235360

Ghetto cool tech
http://www.overclock.net/t/1544574/gigabyte-gtx-9xx-10xx-g1-gaming-h2o-air-bios-tweaking/3600#post_24904957
http://www.overclock.net/t/1544574/gigabyte-gtx-9xx-10xx-g1-gaming-h2o-air-bios-tweaking/2890#post_24738729

You've got a major heat problem. Right now you need to forget about noise and worry about cooling to protect your GPU. Forget silent you may need to deal with some slightly higher noise levels.

(1) You should be using a custom fan curve on your GPU. Don't be afraid to be aggressive.. Again, forget noise for now.. get things under control to get new baselines and then try to make it quieter. Turn all case fans to highest settings.


(2) Open your case. Instant thermal relief. MOST cases don't have air flow balanced and/or directed and many people don't really know how to fine tune that. Solution = open your case and resolve the immediate need.

(3) Use ghetto cool tech. It's suggested recommended and Dr. Approved!

(4) Install supplemental fans JUST for the GPU. You have to experiment but the most effectiveness is when you blow air on to the GPU not when you attempt to draw it away. The simply reason for this is because the surrounding air is also going to be sucked in where the output of the fan is forced forward.

(5) Use OSD and monitor temps. Turn a fan on in the room to circulate air. I use a ceiling fan drawing upwards. Ambient temps are everything with air cooling.

(6) Don't attempt to overclock and reduce voltage at the same time. It's a recipe for crashes. Resolve your heat issues with the tips above and your GPU will be happy to run at full voltage.

(7) Tie up wires, blow out dust and move other PCI-e cards away from the GPU if possible.

Hope this helps! GL

Quote:
Originally Posted by Edkiefer View Post

That is the downside of a backplate, while it may look good and maybe help with card droop, if it is not well vented by hot spots heat can get retained.

Here MSI 980ti ,same thing
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/msi_geforce_gtx_980_ti_gaming_oc_review,10.html

I personally would not worry to much as long a case has good cooling, many cards hit the 70-low 80c by the voltage reg's

^ yup! Ghetto cool tech to the rescue tongue.gif




post #5230 of 7584
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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post

Just save as, or rename in explorer. You can call it anything.
How can you compare when B&W was just released a few days ago wink.gif
devil.gif That's practically fry your GPU temps...careful

A picture is worth a thousand words if u can show us the layout and what your fan directions are.

This is from a while ago and before Ghetto cool tech but you can get some ideas.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1544574/gigabyte-gtx-9xx-10xx-g1-gaming-h2o-air-bios-tweaking/1520#post_24235360

Ghetto cool tech
http://www.overclock.net/t/1544574/gigabyte-gtx-9xx-10xx-g1-gaming-h2o-air-bios-tweaking/3600#post_24904957
http://www.overclock.net/t/1544574/gigabyte-gtx-9xx-10xx-g1-gaming-h2o-air-bios-tweaking/2890#post_24738729

You've got a major heat problem. Right now you need to forget about noise and worry about cooling to protect your GPU. Forget silent you may need to deal with some slightly higher noise levels.

(1) You should be using a custom fan curve on your GPU. Don't be afraid to be aggressive.. Again, forget noise for now.. get things under control to get new baselines and then try to make it quieter. Turn all case fans to highest settings.


(2) Open your case. Instant thermal relief. MOST cases don't have air flow balanced and/or directed and many people don't really know how to fine tune that. Solution = open your case and resolve the immediate need.

(3) Use ghetto cool tech. It's suggested recommended and Dr. Approved!

(4) Install supplemental fans JUST for the GPU. You have to experiment but the most effectiveness is when you blow air on to the GPU not when you attempt to draw it away. The simply reason for this is because the surrounding air is also going to be sucked in where the output of the fan is forced forward.

(5) Use OSD and monitor temps. Turn a fan on in the room to circulate air. I use a ceiling fan drawing upwards. Ambient temps are everything with air cooling.

(6) Don't attempt to overclock and reduce voltage at the same time. It's a recipe for crashes. Resolve your heat issues with the tips above and your GPU will be happy to run at full voltage.

(7) Tie up wires, blow out dust and move other PCI-e cards away from the GPU if possible.

Hope this helps! GL
^ yup! Ghetto cool tech to the rescue tongue.gif





I have to ask, why do you guys put your ghetto fan tech sucking air away from the gpu instead of pushing air onto it?
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