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Hi all smile.gif
I was debating on whether to get 1070 and be "up to date" or go a bit cheaper and get 980ti as the prices are really good now, everyone seems to be blinded by Pascal hype.
I ended up getting Gigabyte 980ti Windforce 3x for a steal but I cannot find ANY reviews of that card(only for G1 and xtreme) or even oc benchmarks. Does it mean that model is so bad? It seems to have exactly same cooler as G1 version, the same pcb, just lower clocks out of the box. Does anyone know what kind of oc I could get on that card? I won't use stock cooler, will install waterblock first thing first. I wonder why this card is so unpopular? any info would be appreciated as my card should arrive on saturday, if the card is so rubish I can still cancel it.
I'm having the same card, stock it is very restructed with power on 104 % voltage and heat, wich mean you need the G1 bios flash on it because it's better tweaked(even modded). If your using full cover block that is alright i guess, but on air this card is very hot, i do recommend G1 or even extreme for it. Otherwise is working like a champ.
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I'm having the same card, stock it is very restructed with power on 104 % voltage and heat, wich mean you need the G1 bios flash on it because it's better tweaked(even modded). If your using full cover block that is alright i guess, but on air this card is very hot, i do recommend G1 or even extreme for it. Otherwise is working like a champ.

thx for your tip. what kind of oc you were able to achieve? what's your ASIC?
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thx for your tip. what kind of oc you were able to achieve? what's your ASIC?
It really depend from how cool are your components, yes the modded bios remove restruction, bur then it crash from overheating. I am on air though and my best stable is 1495 core and 8000Mhz (real 2000) on the memory. Kinda not letting me pass the 1500 barrier, but im sure it's from heat unstability, nomatter that shows only 75 degree, the VRM are not cooled like the G1/Extreme versions. ASIC usually doesnt matter much, my is 70.4
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It really depend from how cool are your components, yes the modded bios remove restruction, bur then it crash from overheating. I am on air though and my best stable is 1495 core and 8000Mhz (real 2000) on the memory. Kinda not letting me pass the 1500 barrier, but im sure it's from heat unstability, nomatter that shows only 75 degree, the VRM are not cooled like the G1/Extreme versions. ASIC usually doesnt matter much, my is 70.4
those numbers seem about right. it looks like that card is nothing outstanding, reference performance-like.
Thanks for your help, I appreciate it.
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Hey there!

I just got a GTX 980ti FTW card (ASIC 75.1%) and I've been trying to OC it effectively but it looks like I've hit a stumbling block.

My temps at idle are around 45-50 degrees while my temps at load (Heaven, 3D 11, 3D Mark) do not exceed 65 degrees.

I cannot go past +75Mhz offset on the Core Clock (1480 effective boost) without crashing (even with Overvoltage turned up all the way, something I wasn't planning on doing, but wanted to see if it would stabilize the clock).

I can bump the memory clock up to +350Mhz offset with no repercussions.

Looking at GPU-Z, the MAXIMUM TDP with +75 or +80 (Crash) was 102.5%, which doesn't come close to the 110% power target.

Any idea why I would be crashing beyond the +75Mhz Core offset? I'm confused.

Thanks.
Edited by Xenon64 - 6/17/16 at 6:12am
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Hey there!

I just got a GTX 980ti FTW card (ASIC 75.1%) and I've been trying to OC it effectively but it looks like I've hit a stumbling block.

My temps at idle are around 45-50 degrees while my temps at load (Heaven, 3D 11, 3D Mark) do not exceed 65 degrees.

I cannot go past +75Mhz offset on the Core Clock (1480 effective boost) without crashing (even with Overvoltage turned up all the way, something I wasn't planning on doing, but wanted to see if it would stabilize the clock).

I can bump the memory clock up to +350Mhz offset with no repercussions.

Looking at GPU-Z, the MAXIMUM TDP with +75 or +80 (Crash) was 102.5%, which doesn't come close to the 110% power target.

Any idea why I would be crashing beyond the +75Mhz Core offset? I'm confused.

Thanks.

Possibly just the cards limit - no matter the ASIC or how low a voltage is needed for X speed, some cards will just hit a wall
     
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Possibly just the cards limit - no matter the ASIC or how low a voltage is needed for X speed, some cards will just hit a wall

Thank you for this. I was actually thinking this was the case, as multiple attempts with a +80 Core Offset crashed so I knew it wasn't just a 'one-time thing.' If it really is the "wall" for my card, then I guess I gotta live with it smile.gif
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Thank you for this. I was actually thinking this was the case, as multiple attempts with a +80 Core Offset crashed so I knew it wasn't just a 'one-time thing.' If it really is the "wall" for my card, then I guess I gotta live with it smile.gif

Alot of cards struggle much past 1506MHz, no matter the voltage
     
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those numbers seem about right. it looks like that card is nothing outstanding, reference performance-like.
Thanks for your help, I appreciate it.
No problem, i also have G1 so i s see the real air temp differences between the two when used alone. It's like 5-10 degrees and it cools better the VRM which can go arround 100 degrees if the gpu core is arround 75-80 which lead's to crash. I recommend not to push so far and try to stay below 75 degree for a happy life, is just not worth it.
Edited by NikolayNeykov - 6/17/16 at 7:04am
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So I can get another 980ti ASUS strix or MSI gaming brand new from my supplier for cheap about the 1070 price here in South Africa. I'm thinking of doing SLI but not really sure if it's worth it or if I should just wait for 1080ti. I do struggle in some games but I think not even 980ti will be enough to run my games 1440p 96hz max details. I hear a few bad things about sli and from past experience sli and CFX is not that good. You get many games that doesn't scale well or give you bad frametime/framerate/stutter.
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