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Originally Posted by vasyltheonly View Post

I have finally given up/reached my max clocks on my card. Here are the results:
21262 Firestrike- http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7273085
9576 Firestrike Extreme- http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7272937
4919 Firestrike Ultra- http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7273016

Asus Strix 980ti Gaming OC 74.9% ASIC- 1451.9Mhz Core/4000 Mem @ 1.187 volts with boost disabled and constant voltage. I attempted to add voltage but it did not effect my stable overclock even up to 1.25 so I settled for the lower stock voltage but constant. CPU is 4790K @ 48/43cache with 2400ram.
Very impressive graphics score. How did you disable boost? Mine is stable @1531 Mhz but had to adjust base clock so that it boosts itself to 1531 and then downclocks (unboosts) with every excuse like load, power, temp etc. Can you post a link to your nodded bios?
post #10692 of 15938
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Originally Posted by serko70 View Post

Very impressive graphics score. How did you disable boost? Mine is stable @1531 Mhz but had to adjust base clock so that it boosts itself to 1531 and then downclocks (unboosts) with every excuse like load, power, temp etc. Can you post a link to your nodded bios?
I stay away from using other BIIS and edit my own instead. Follow the instructions in this link:http://www.overclock.net/t/1522651/disable-boost-and-bake-in-max-game-stable-clocks-for-maxwell
post #10693 of 15938
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Originally Posted by Koniakki View Post

1555/8000MHz@1.21v is quite a good OC.

1.21v is safe. Nothing to worry. Especially since I see it must be under water.

Is that a Classy?

do i need to increase also the voltage other than the power limit which i set to 141%?

what is the safe/limit if i add voltage?

yes i am using a classy. but I'm still not happy since my BF4 freezes. but during the firestrike it didn't. it shows driver recovered something. XD

I am thinking of returning to the default bios. maybe it will be better than custom bios. just want to compare.
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I really don't know why people go on and on about minimum framerates. As long as we are stuck with old, outdated engines which can't predict the future render path, we will always have sudden drops in framerate. Average really is the best value to take.
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I gave my evidence and I'm definitely not a young teen, I'm definitely in my 20's with a wife, kid and career. If my results don't satisfy then oh well. I know what I'm getting and my satisfaction is ultimately what matters with my gaming. I gave my results and got backlash for it, just because they are not typical does not mean that they are impossible. Instead of generalizing and making assumptions how about just form your own opinion and move on, at this point it's irrelevant. I didn't argue with what other people may get with their setup, I just showed proof of what I get with my setup. I don't have to prove or justify myself to anyone.

at this point if you are not young you should learn something more on hardware smile.gif
it's like saying hey, the toyota prius does 110mph at max, than you come in and say, my prius does 220mph.

do you understand that it doesn't have sense?
your GTX980Ti can't be twice as fast as mine or the other cards of the other users biggrin.gif

when you say 50FPS you are talking about max fps, max fps really count nothing when playing games.
if you can average 30FPS, you are lucky my friend wink.gif
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I really don't know why people go on and on about minimum framerates. As long as we are stuck with old, outdated engines which can't predict the future render path, we will always have sudden drops in framerate. Average really is the best value to take.

I agree with this but if mimimum framerate occurs often and is very low it can ruin the experience by a large degree.
The Red Engine from CD Projekt is a monster of engine, its performance are scalable and very linear.
framerate is constant and minimum framerate is never really lower than the maximum, in this case average works very very well.
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do i need to increase also the voltage other than the power limit which i set to 141%?

what is the safe/limit if i add voltage?

yes i am using a classy. but I'm still not happy since my BF4 freezes. but during the firestrike it didn't. it shows driver recovered something. XD

I am thinking of returning to the default bios. maybe it will be better than custom bios. just want to compare.

Even tho the Classy can sure take a big voltage, personally I wouldn't go above 1.25v for 24/7 and gaming. Better check up the 980Ti Classified thread on that.

I assume the BF4 freezes occure running 1555@1.21v? Can you test at 1540MHz@1.21v if you havent already?

And some prefer modifying the original stock bios than using modified bios from other cards/members.

As you said, you can test and compare. thumb.gif
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I really don't know why people go on and on about minimum framerates. As long as we are stuck with old, outdated engines which can't predict the future render path, we will always have sudden drops in framerate. Average really is the best value to take.

The on and on in this specific situation was that the guy couldn't do 50FPS average, and the guy proved he could, but this guy won't stop harassing him for some reason and he keeps posting videos.

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Run on sentence sorry.

These cards are beast when you overclock them and correctly for that matter.
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i can't even think of playing now lower than 100fps/100hz. i plugged my ps3 on my Asus monitor and I got headache after just a few minutes. XD

I'm more lucky in this sense, a constant 60FPS is enough for me smile.gif
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I'm more lucky in this sense, a constant 60FPS is enough for me smile.gif

I've read it's better to just get one and overclock it. Saves money and there's not a 100% gain from adding a second one.

I can always add another later down the road when I actually need the performance boost and by then they will be on sale.

Good thing that these 980ti cards can run most games 4k 60FPS when overclocked a little the right way.

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