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The bios that came with my card wont show those 2 extra sliders under the voltage slider but instead it goes to P00,P sliders and so on. So I tried the BIOS at the beginning of this thread but it was giving me slower results in Heaven (20fps) even when voltage and clock speeds where higher. GPU-Z showed 1.27v / 1600Mhz core. Think I need to reinstall drivers with each new BIOS? I did restart after each flash.

I tried another oen I found somewhere, for 980ti G1 cards and two of my display ports didn't work so I reverted back.

Your clock speeds are great BTW better then mine. It is recommended to reinstall driver after a BIOS flash. Check out this site. I had bricked my cards with a modded bios and couldn't bring them back with a re-flash of the saved stock bios. I went here and flashed my EVGA cards with a gigabyte Bios and brought cards back to life. Anyway here is a whole lot of bios picks for ya.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/?architecture=NVIDIA&manufacturer=&model=GTX+980+Ti&interface=&memType=&memSize=
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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?

I would be happy too but, I have no idea how to change the rig in my sig. (I have looked around but could not find out how to nor was anyone willing to tell me how when I asked.) So, please, how do I change the sig rig. On topic, the herky jerky happens here and there but not all the time. I suppose you could define it as stutter. I am using an I7-6700k now but when I did have that FX 8350, I was not getting any of this stutter. My monitor is running 4k at 60 hz over a display port connection.
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I would be happy too but, I have no idea how to change the rig in my sig. (I have looked around but could not find out how to nor was anyone willing to tell me how when I asked.) So, please, how do I change the sig rig. On topic, the herky jerky happens here and there but not all the time. I suppose you could define it as stutter. I am using an I7-6700k now but when I did have that FX 8350, I was not getting any of this stutter. My monitor is running 4k at 60 hz over a display port connection.

On your desktop PC, go into your profile and the scroll down to "my rigs". Hover the mouse over the rig and you will see an edit option pop up below it. When you changed your motherboard/cpu to the intel setup did you keep the same hard drive? If so, did you reinstall windows and install all the appropriate drivers for your motherboard/cpu? What game are we talking about?
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I am running a 144 Hz monitor and after flashing my card stays at max voltage even when I am on the desktop doing nothing (1.255 voltage). Is this a cause for concern? Is there anyway to lower the voltage while I am idling? When I move my monitor refresh rate down to 60 Hz the card downclocks and voltage falls to .862.
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You need to change your monitor to be 120 Hz at desktop and maximum allowed in 3D applications

It's been bugged for years with Nvidia gpus.
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On your desktop PC, go into your profile and the scroll down to "my rigs". Hover the mouse over the rig and you will see an edit option pop up below it. When you changed your motherboard/cpu to the intel setup did you keep the same hard drive? If so, did you reinstall windows and install all the appropriate drivers for your motherboard/cpu? What game are we talking about?

I have not played the game, Bioshock Infinite, since 6/26/2015. I had the mainboard and cpu upgrade
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On your desktop PC, go into your profile and the scroll down to "my rigs". Hover the mouse over the rig and you will see an edit option pop up below it. When you changed your motherboard/cpu to the intel setup did you keep the same hard drive? If so, did you reinstall windows and install all the appropriate drivers for your motherboard/cpu? What game are we talking about?

I have not played the game, Bioshock Infinite, since 6/6/2015. I upgraded to a 6700k in late September which meant a complete redo from scratch. I then installed the 980 Ti in December and I now have the latest drivers available installed. Basically, you can be gaming along and then it gets stuttery, gaming along, stuttery again and so on. It also stutters at the screen where you change the game settings but that never occurred with the 290x or fx 8350 I previously had.
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On your desktop PC, go into your profile and the scroll down to "my rigs". Hover the mouse over the rig and you will see an edit option pop up below it. When you changed your motherboard/cpu to the intel setup did you keep the same hard drive? If so, did you reinstall windows and install all the appropriate drivers for your motherboard/cpu? What game are we talking about?

I have not played the game, Bioshock Infinite, since 6/26/2015. I had the mainboard and cpu upgrade
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

On your desktop PC, go into your profile and the scroll down to "my rigs". Hover the mouse over the rig and you will see an edit option pop up below it. When you changed your motherboard/cpu to the intel setup did you keep the same hard drive? If so, did you reinstall windows and install all the appropriate drivers for your motherboard/cpu? What game are we talking about?

I have not played the game, Bioshock Infinite, since 6/6/2015. I upgraded to a 6700k in late September which meant a complete redo from scratch. I then installed the 980 Ti in December and I now have the latest drivers available installed. Basically, you can be gaming along and then it gets stuttery, gaming along, stuttery again and so on. It also stutters at the screen where you change the game settings but that never occurred with the 290x or fx 8350 I previously had.
How much ram are you running? Have you checked ram usage during these times?


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How much ram are you running? Have you checked ram usage during these times?


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I will have to check. However, although I suppose it is possible, I do have 32GB installed so a ram issue is unlikely. (That is unless the game has issues with too much ram installed or something.)
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How much ram are you running? Have you checked ram usage during these times?


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I will have to check. However, although I suppose it is possible, I do have 32GB installed so a ram issue is unlikely. (That is unless the game has issues with too much ram installed or something.)
Na I doubt that's the issue just wondering. Thought maybe if you had only say 8Gb it could cause what you are seeing but obviously that's not the case.


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Guys, anyone thinks about upgrade from 980ti to GTX1080?
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