Originally Posted by Tchoui
1580mhz you think it's ok for benchs and 1456 (on boost) for games?
Could you help me do that? I now i can change it on afterburner or bios tweeker but i never now how to choose the fan/temp curve. I think this auto fan in this bios do a good job. The fan is always in use but its silent and the temps are great in this gpu
1580Mhz is outstanding! CONGRATS!
1456Mhz for gaming?! If you can bench at 1580Mhz (unless you meant 1480Mhz) you SHOULD be game stable somewhere in the 1500's.
If you are happy with the AUTO fan settings and they are working for you then no need to change anything but this is the curve I used to use:
Originally Posted by eXteR
Sorry i forgot to tell you i have a 980Ti G1 and using AIR DD Bios.
I just checked while playing a while on rocket league, and the default Boost while gaming without OC is 1266Mhz.. You said in your bios is 1291. It's something wrong with my card? I downloaded the bios from the main thread.
The point is that when i'm playing low demanding games, i let that stock boost without any OC. I'm getting 50-53° on this kind of games, and 60-63° playing Doom or Overwatch. All ultra on 1080p@144hz monitor. Indeed this are good temps, i will not be worried about voltage.
Because my previous experience with undervolting a 780DC2, i thought it will also benefit.
I will let the bios as you made and enjoy the card.
Thanks for your effort.
I am curious why you see 1266Mhz... When you set your power management mode to "Prefer maximum performance" do you still see 1266Mhz??
Originally Posted by killeragosta
Hi Laithan, sorry for the simple question..but I want to test (very heavily!
) my OC with a 1080p monitor....for run FFXIV bench in 4K, I need to create a custom resolution in the Nvidia control panel?
I ask this because usually I run 3DMark Firestrike Ultra for testing the GPU stability and this upscale 4K resolution in automatically (as you know).
Thanks in advance
There was a post about this a while back but Arrow0309 is correct you would want to use DSR and experiment a little.
Originally Posted by pepi93
So my OC is not registering anymore? I can't even get the boost to show??
I had my card at 1500/2000 and everything was fine. Core Voltage at 100mV, PL at 150%, core at +45 (1500 with boost), mem at +500 (2000)
Here's what I've changed...not sure which of these factors could be glitching the custom bios or oc...
It's weird that it doesn't even show the boost clock...so right now I'm sitting at 1265/1750 ish
1) I did pull the card out bc I was doing some cable management in my case
2) clean install with windows 10 home
3) installed newest nvidia drivers
4) I do have the OC GURU installed so I can manage the windforce LED logo but I had this software installed on my win 7 platform also
Do I need to re-flash the custom bios?
This isn't BIOS related. The BIOS is read only, flashing won't help. It's an O/S software glitch that usually happens when an invalid O/C was loaded (for example an O/C profile from before the GPU was flashed as just one example of how it can happen) or there are multiple O/C apps running or something like that.
Here's what you'll need to do:
(1) Remove the option to apply overclock @ startup in your O/C app
(2) Remove geforce experience, msi ab, precision x, literally ANY application that you have installed that communicates/monitors the GPU. Remove all personal settings if asked. The only app you can keep for now is GPU-z.
(3) Go back after and clean up all the application folders and leftover settings in file structure and registry (careful, if not comfortable doing manually ccleaner might help)
(4) Reboot the PC
(5) At this point the GPU should be 100% at BIOS defaults. There should be nothing setting an overclock or loading a profile or communicating with the GPU @ startup. Open up GPU-z and take a look at the speeds.
If your speeds are correct then you are all set now just reinstall the same software and the same versions (this is NOT a problem with the software either it's a glitch). I would reinstall your entire GPU driver using a clean install also for good measure. Let us know.