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Originally Posted by superkyle1721 View Post

With everyone posting their top FS runs figured I would toss mine in the ring also.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8366229

That score puts me in 7th place among 6700k and 1080sli. Think ill stick with the 980tis

42k graphics score, nice!
My EVGA's only do 37,7k at 1506/3898 redface.gif
post #13272 of 16238
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Originally Posted by superkyle1721 View Post

With everyone posting their top FS runs figured I would toss mine in the ring also.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8366229

That score puts me in 7th place among 6700k and 1080sli. Think ill stick with the 980tis

42k graphics score, nice!
My EVGA's only do 37,7k at 1506/3898 redface.gif
It's a good score but it's been aided by high cache and tightened memory timings. Which helps more than you would think.


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post #13273 of 16238
Could someone please modify my stock bios to custom loop bios?

06G-P4-4995-KR

StockBiosevgasc.zip 152k .zip file
post #13274 of 16238
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Originally Posted by krutoydiesel View Post

Could someone please modify my stock bios to custom loop bios?

06G-P4-4995-KR

StockBiosevgasc.zip 152k .zip file

Need to be more specific. What do you want exactly? core clocks memory clocks voltage and powerlimit?
post #13275 of 16238
Ok, I realize that things happen and you can never predict every situation. However, the fact that the 980 Ti I have ends up doing herky jerky in the game at 4k res when the R9 290X I had before never had that problem is just plain crazy. I also ran the built in benchmark and the min fps was 54 and the max was 138. I disabled the framerate control in the game but that did not help. Any ideas please? Partially makes me wish I had stuck with AMD since I did not typically have these issues but, oh well.
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Ok, I realize that things happen and you can never predict every situation. However, the fact that the 980 Ti I have ends up doing herky jerky in the game at 4k res when the R9 290X I had before never had that problem is just plain crazy. I also ran the built in benchmark and the min fps was 54 and the max was 138. I disabled the framerate control in the game but that did not help. Any ideas please? Partially makes me wish I had stuck with AMD since I did not typically have these issues but, oh well.

By "herky jerky" do you mean stutter? What drivers are you on? You should update your rig in your signature so we can see what you have currently. What game are we talking about?
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Hello all.I posted this originally in Nvidia GTX 900 cards custom bios (upon request )
I just modified my case for better airflow and swapped a couple fan for better ones (have now 10 fans) and fixed the ac in my house. so i figured its time to mess with the gpu again.
has anyone tried running the card (980ti) on 1.2740 on Air?
when i do so i get to ~1582
the temp of the core moves around 65c-67c
i tested it only for 2 hours.
is it safe?

Update:
Just ran it at 1544 @ 1.2740 (too afraid to run it at 1582) for 45 min. gonna keep bumping it up and see where it goes.

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Those temps are fine.

Look into a more aggressive fan profile if you like they're running hot.

One trick to try as well, don't max out the Voltage as the card tends to report higher wattages when you do. And that kicks in the driver to error out.

Your card is a good clocker. Are you sure 1560 MHz will be your gaming clock at the cost of heat? It's not that huge of a gain going from 1500 to 1550 you know. 1500 may need lesser Voltage and will keep you trounle free.
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Wish I could have gotten 1500 on either of my cards lol.
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im thinking to keep it around 1500-1519
i just wanted to try it out tongue.gif
plus i dont want to crank the ac all day for a gpu, i might get a waterblock for it but might not be worth it if i update in a year.
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im thinking to keep it around 1500-1519
i just wanted to try it out tongue.gif
plus i dont want to crank the ac all day for a gpu, i might get a waterblock for it but might not be worth it if i update in a year.

How is the Memory on that card?

Best I have seen/put my hands on is an HOF that does 1555/2200. The memory does improve my frames. thumb.gif And yep, memory can matter if the core stops clocking. biggrin.gif
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