Hoping you guys can help me figure this out: I have an Asus GTX 980 Ti Strix and I've been playing around with MBT trying to create a custom BIOS for it. ASIC quality is 75% and the Strix has a pretty beefy 14 phase VRM, so I figure with the right BIOS it should be good for a pretty decent OC. I extracted a copy of the stock BIOS using GPU-Z and modified it using the MaxAir BIOS as a template for the power table and voltage table. Problem is I can't seem to push the voltage past 1.212V even when it's set to 1.25V in the BIOS. When I turn overvoltage off in PX, GPU voltage maxes out at 1.870V, and when I turn overvoltage on and push it to +50mV the best I can get is 1.212V (assuming PX is reporting the voltage correctly, but GPU-Z is giving me VRel for the perfcap reason so it sounds like I'm starved for volts and that's what's holding me back, yeah?). I can give it +50 on the core at 1.212V, which gives a 1444MHz boost clock in Heaven but anything beyond that crashes within a few minutes. This may have already been answered and I apologize if so (I searched the thread but didn't see anything that jumped out at me), but any ideas on why I can't seem to break past 1.212V even though the BIOS is set for 1.25V?