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Originally Posted by PedroC1999 View Post

You can max out the slider safely if your load temps are under around 80*C

I also haven't really touched the memory with overclocking, Would increasing memory increase stability ? with the stock settings of 7200 for memory, do you think bumping it to 7500 make the card more stable ?
because once I pass 1460mhz my valley and heaven benchmarks somehow drop
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Originally Posted by duckyboy View Post

I also haven't really touched the memory with overclocking, Would increasing memory increase stability ? with the stock settings of 7200 for memory, do you think bumping it to 7500 make the card more stable ?
because once I pass 1460mhz my valley and heaven benchmarks somehow drop

Yes you can max out the slider. Basically as long as you stay within stock bios then nothing you can change in the overclocking software will hurt your card. Worst are you will have the screen freeze and need to restart the computer manually.
Increasing memory will not add stability. In fact it will decrease the stability. Core clock will give you the largest gain for any said amount of increase but the memory should also be clocked as high as possible if you are looking to squeeze every ounce of power out of the card that you can. Again this is all safe to do so no worries wink.gif
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650W PSU is enough for a 1500/8000 OC'd 980Ti with a 6700K OC'd?

a 450 watt is, 550 if you live dangerously with voltages.
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Noticed a thing today. One card just started to get hotter than the other one. 10 degrees hotter than the other one. It's the second card that runs hotter. On idle they are almost the same. Second one is 2 degrees hotter.

Evga hybrid SLI



Can you mount the radiator for the bottom card at the bottom of your case and switch it with one of the two fans you already have there? You have two fans at a 90 degree angle competing for the same air. Not the best way to do it.. Not to mention the rad on your top card looks pretty chewed up with thumb prints all on the fins. That will lessen your airflow some but it still seems to out-compete the rear rad.
Edited by chronicfx - 2/24/16 at 5:03pm
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This may be hidden within this thread somewhere, but it's rather long lol.

Does anyone know if the EVGA Hybrid cards are locked to 1.21v? I edited my bios and removed the power limits, but I can't seem to get the voltage to budge at all!
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a 450 watt is, 550 if you live dangerously with voltages.
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Can you mount the radiator for the bottom card at the bottom of your case and switch it with one of the two fans you already have there? You have two fans at a 90 degree angle competing for the same air. Not the best way to do it.. Not to mention the rad on your top card looks pretty chewed up with thumb prints all on the fins. That will lessen your airflow some but it still seems to out-compete the rear rad.

If it had been that it would have been like that from the beginning. The temp difference started a few days ago.
post #11248 of 16233
Ok so it's been a full 24 hours with my sli build and while it is absolutely amazing and simply crushes games in 4K. Witcher 3 is still the heavy weight champion. It easy my 980ti sli for lunch. Tried maxed setting and dropped to around 38-40 fps. Turned off hair works AA and still not 60. Turned to Off Mboa+ still not 60. Finally turned down shadow detain and finally 60. Out for this amount of money it should crush it IMO
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just wanted to say hello to everyone. just got my 980 ti in the mail today. super excited! still waiting for my new cpu and some fittings to build my loops, so im waiting to fill out form. i still installed it in my new rig, even though ill be putting in under water. just needed to do something with it. i waited all day to unbox it so i wouldnt be temped to tear apart my current rig and install it in there. ive been over on the dark side (amd) since my gtx660ti rig was demoted to htpc/medi server/tv gaming pc. since they were released i have been running 2x r9 290's in crossfire. how do you think the 980ti will stack up against them? its a msi gaming g6 golden edition.


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Can someone please tell me what the heck is going on here? I disabled one of the graphics cards and ran it as a single 980TI then overclocked it and the graphics score hardly beat my old 980? Also the physics score from the processor is worse? its the same processor..I even ran it at 4.9ghz and still worse overall score. Here is the comparison. Something simply isnt right.

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7686254/fs/7517581
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