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Guess I can be added to the club, picked up a new MSI gaming 980ti yesterday

so far so good thumb.gif
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Anyone mind sharing come SS of their overclock settings with the ASUS software. Every time i use precision or Afterburner my clocks show up as 1600mhz without touching settings. while gaming when my ASUS 980 ti STRIX STOCK with the asus program it shows 1420mhz, with my overclock I get 1470 max boost but it usually hovers around 1460
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Hi!

Can anybody tell me how to go past the error "Can't read rom" when flashing the BIOS?

I used the --nvprotectoff but I still can't seem to flash my BIOS.

Card is Gigabyte 980 Ti Xtreme.

Thanks!
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Hey, I have a question/concern. I have an evga 980 ti oc acx 2.0. I replaced the stock cooler with an ARCTIC Accelero Hybrid III-140. With a modded bios from this thread (maxair one) I can only do 1455 core (it runs at 1.27volts) and was able to do close to 1900 on mem, it was pretty unstable overal though, even with setting negative values for core and memory in msi afterburner. So I put the stock firmware back on and at stock settings (no oc in afterburner) its hitting 1584 at 1.19 and still able to run nearly 1900 memory (haven't tested/pushed it yet) it is running 10-15c cooler also and no crashes 20 minutes in on valley at 3440x1440 8x full screen ultra.

Am I doing something wrong or sometimes this just how it works?

** Appears it only runs core that high in valley, in firestrike it only goes up to 1404 or something like that.
Edited by doox00 - 2/23/16 at 7:51pm
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The Unigine benchmarks including Valley do report wrong (too high) core clocks.
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Got the 980 ti sli today!!! Super stoked. Put it in switched over the settings in GeForce manager or whatever it's called and started stressing the cards to see how the handle it. I'm seeing some very odd things. Firestrike score is 17251 very weak considering I've overclocked the cards to 1400 core and 1901 memory. Every time I finish the test EVGA precision resets the values to default for some reason. This next part might be the problem and might eek some people but I'm running my two TIs and a 6700k overclocked to 4.9Ghz on a supernova 750W g2....I know I know not enough power for everything overclocked but honestly hasn't crashed froze of or even shuddered a single time. I'm going to upgrade the power supply in the next day or so but I couldn't wait to play with them. Plus since it's a tier one psu it should just shut off no harm done when over powered but if it burns out oh well.

Question is why the crappy performance? Looking at the leader board similar clocks from others are giving well over 23000. Did I miss a setting setting it up to what? This is my first sli rig so not quite sure what I am doing... Looking at the monitoring software it doesn't seems they are not getting enough power which was my first concern but if someone could help me get this fully optimized that would be greatly appreciated.
Edited by superkyle1721 - 2/23/16 at 8:52pm
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Wow, this card is insane! I purchased the Gigabyte G1 model and paired it with my 2500K and games are so smooth. According to MSI Afterburner it runs at 1430mhz instead of the rated 1291mhz boost clock. Maybe an error but I'm not too sure.

Also very happy that there is no coil whine and it is very quiet too. Just need to swap my freesync monitor to a gsync model. biggrin.gif
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Wow, this card is insane! I purchased the Gigabyte G1 model and paired it with my 2500K and games are so smooth. According to MSI Afterburner it runs at 1430mhz instead of the rated 1291mhz boost clock. Maybe an error but I'm not too sure.

Also very happy that there is no coil whine and it is very quiet too. Just need to swap my freesync monitor to a gsync model. biggrin.gif

That's your boost 2.0 at work, it will stay up until it hits another thermal threshold and go down a little more. I know my stock bios when it hit 60C had a slightly lower boost. I flashed a non-boost BIOS to just run at 1506 no matter the temps until max of 83C. I'm also on hybrid cooler though.
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Hey, I have a question/concern. I have an evga 980 ti oc acx 2.0. I replaced the stock cooler with an ARCTIC Accelero Hybrid III-140. With a modded bios from this thread (maxair one) I can only do 1455 core (it runs at 1.27volts) and was able to do close to 1900 on mem, it was pretty unstable overal though, even with setting negative values for core and memory in msi afterburner. So I put the stock firmware back on and at stock settings (no oc in afterburner) its hitting 1584 at 1.19 and still able to run nearly 1900 memory (haven't tested/pushed it yet) it is running 10-15c cooler also and no crashes 20 minutes in on valley at 3440x1440 8x full screen ultra.

Am I doing something wrong or sometimes this just how it works?

** Appears it only runs core that high in valley, in firestrike it only goes up to 1404 or something like that.

Is that 1584 the value you are seeing in Heaven/Valley or in Afterburner? The values in Heaven/Valley can be inaccurate.
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Do you all think its possible to buy the EVGA Kingpin GTX 980 Ti and then install a waterblock on it? I mean if i i pay for the ASIC, naturally i would want to water-cool it to bring out the fullest potential. So i want to know if it possible to stripe off the default air-cooler on these cards and install a water-block on it as like other GTX 980 Ti.

http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=06G-P4-5998-KR
Of course it's possible, have a look at my avitar, lol.

EK makes a good block for it, and you can either use the stock supplied backplate, or one from EK.
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/water-blocks/vga-blocks/full-cover-for-nvidia-geforce/geforce-gtx-9x0-titan-x-series

They have either an acetal or plexi version available.
The installation was very straight forward.

I chose to use the stock backplate from the KPE, no additional screws were needed, EK supplies the required hardware for it.smile.gif
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