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post #10821 of 15679
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

So i just downloaded the new driver update for my GTX 980 TI... and it seems to be idling low temps and power usage again. But what the heck is this? Both OC Guru and Afterburner show the same numbers... whats going on with this guys ? look how everything is moving up and down?



There must be something wrong at your side, mine runs without spikes...

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just downloaded latest driver and my idle clocks gone from 135mhz to 405mhz at idle.
post #10823 of 15679
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Well that's nice, didn't even know for that bug... it went from 101-105W to 88-92W idle, from 50°c idle to 42°c idle on GPU. But... here is new bug... I have Eject Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 ti under safely remove hardware rolleyes.gif

I know that most people here don't even noticed this bug but I have fighted a lot to get it fixed biggrin.gif
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same here i havea gigabyte g1, custom bios, 1532 core 8000 vram 24/7 69% ASIC. never downclocks, i use aggressive fan profile built into the custom bios so no overclocking software is ever needed, and it never breaks 55 celsius. love the cooling on this g1, thing is impressive as hell. fans are damn near silent at 80% as well, #hatahsgonhate

the new driver fixed it!! download it man thumb.gif
post #10825 of 15679
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Originally Posted by Associated View Post

There must be something wrong at your side, mine runs without spikes...


i got it fixed. i had a program running in the background. good to go now biggrin.gif
post #10826 of 15679
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Originally Posted by Kenji View Post

Ok so I hopefully should be a new 980Ti owner on Monday out of these cards: https://www.pccasegear.com/category/193_1766/graphics-cards/geforce-gtx-980-ti

What would be my best bet for value for money. So far I am looking at the Strix mainly. But if there is anything special about the others it would be good to know.
If you intend to overclock with voltage DO NOT get the STRIX or MATRIX from ASUS. They are both locked to 1.21 volts unless you do some physical mods to it. No software/bios mods will do it. You are strictly playing the lottery with those cards.
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If you intend to overclock with voltage DO NOT get the STRIX or MATRIX from ASUS. They are both locked to 1.21 volts unless you do some physical mods to it. No software/bios mods will do it. You are strictly playing the lottery with those cards.
Is there one you would recommend? The Strix has the highest boost clock how easily attainable is this on the other cards?
Edited by Kenji - 1/28/16 at 12:35pm
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Is tgere one you would recommend? Thr Strix has tge jighest boost clock how easily attaiable is this on the other cards?
It seems like the people on the forum generally say that the gigabyte xtreme is a great overclocker with fairly easier time to reach 1500 on the core and very quite. But let someone else comment that has the cards, or go onto the official forum on overclock.net to view the general OC that people are getting.
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I have two EVGA GTX980 Ti SC+ ACX2.0+, the top card goes up to 83c than it starts throttle temp, by a little but it thottle about 40MHz or so.

Can you suggest a good custom fan curve for my card?
I'm not interested in running card at lowest temp possible,
I'm interested in running the card at the lowest possible noise but without having any frequency throttling.

Thanks.

i honestly believe you will have one or the other but not both unless you get a kraken G10 (or two).

the best i believe i can suggest is run the fans @100% and lower the speed as you play to find the sweet spot for you.
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post #10830 of 15679
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Originally Posted by sblantipodi View Post

I have two EVGA GTX980 Ti SC+ ACX2.0+, the top card goes up to 83c than it starts throttle temp, by a little but it thottle about 40MHz or so.

Can you suggest a good custom fan curve for my card?
I'm not interested in running card at lowest temp possible,
I'm interested in running the card at the lowest possible noise but without having any frequency throttling.

Thanks.

For gaming I would just set them at 80-100%. Those temps indicate you have had airflow and also no space between your cards.
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