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I tried to flash my MSI GTX 980 TI Gaming 6G with the exact instructions from post#1. I used the 980Ti-SC-425.rom from the same post. The flashing went fine, no errors in cmd. Aftwerwards i rebootet, and my screen went black. No POST, no nothing. The only thing I could do was to run my 980 TI in the secondary PCIE lane, run another GPU in the primary, hook that to my monitor and re-flash my 980 TI back to stock BIOS. Everything works fine now.

But, what do you think went wrong? Should I have another go with a different BIOS?

I used nvflash 5.236_x64 btw, seemes to be the last one.
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That BIOS is from an EVGA,
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I tried to flash my MSI GTX 980 TI Gaming 6G with the exact instructions from post#1. I used the 980Ti-SC-425.rom from the same post. The flashing went fine, no errors in cmd. Aftwerwards i rebootet, and my screen went black. No POST, no nothing. The only thing I could do was to run my 980 TI in the secondary PCIE lane, run another GPU in the primary, hook that to my monitor and re-flash my 980 TI back to stock BIOS. Everything works fine now.

But, what do you think went wrong? Should I have another go with a different BIOS?

I used nvflash 5.236_x64 btw, seemes to be the last one.

Ask a new one from http://www.overclock.net/t/1573308/nvidia-gtx-900-cards-custom-bios-upon-request
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That BIOS is from an EVGA,

Yes I could read that. But it was to my understanding it didnt matter redface.gif
Its all nvidia right? Guess I fu*** that one up then
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Ask a new one from http://www.overclock.net/t/1573308/nvidia-gtx-900-cards-custom-bios-upon-request
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Thanks man I will do that. How much voltage do these cards take? My 780 Classified's eat 1,35v easy.
I have a huge radiator. With stock bios my card run 38°C in 3D Mark Extreme.
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MSI AB and other OC software will force a constant volatge

That's what I said.

I believe he has a modded BIOS that locks in that voltage 24/7 no matter what.

I was saying don't do it that way so you can have the volts go back down when not needed via AB or what ever you use software wise.
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Always beeter to mod the original BIOS. Sometimes even on the same manufacturer there will be a revision to the card/bios. Flashing the other bios to it can cause problems. The Asus 980 comes to mind for that recently.
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Very high, that's more of a custom OC BIOS sort of voltage, most cards stock are under 1.22v and under 1.12
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Your voltage seems quite high for stock.
Idk what fixed it. Restarted a few times and reflashed bios. Back to running at .848V idle GPU V thumb.gif. All good now.
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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?
Have the same card. If in maxwell tweaker you are on asus version AS10 or above, we have no luck in unlocking voltages unless soldering the LN2 points. ASUS done ****ed us with their "high end cards". If you are in the return window, get an EVGA classified or the Galax card.
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It has been checked with a DMM. Load voltage is at 1.187, idle is at 1.012.
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how do I pull my stock bios off my cards?
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GPU Z can do this for you.
There is a button there called Save BIOS, next to BIOS Version.
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