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Gents, can someone mod my bios for higher voltage limits, 400W TDP as well? Shooting for 1500 MHZ, at 1476 stable.

StockBiosevgasc.zip 152k .zip file

see attached. My GPU is under water.
post #13512 of 16162
Would someone also please modify my bios also so that it no longer throttles due to voltage. im on air currently this is my bios: originalGM200.zip 153k .zip file
post #13513 of 16162
Gigabyte 980ti Xtreme... playing The Division... game stable @ 1622 core, have not messed with the memory yet, custom BIOS on air... I got up to
post #13514 of 16162
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Gigabyte 980ti Xtreme... playing The Division... game stable @ 1622 core, have not messed with the memory yet, custom BIOS on air... I got up to

 

WOW! My SC barely did 1422 stable on hybrid cooling playing division @ 4k lolol

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post #13515 of 16162
lol.

Keyword: 1622 MHz MAX. tongue.gif
post #13516 of 16162
I was able to go higher but as soon as I alt/tabbed out I got a driver crash. I doubt it would hold stable in Firestrike.

Mike
post #13517 of 16162
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Originally Posted by vanasfield View Post

I was able to go higher but as soon as I alt/tabbed out I got a driver crash. I doubt it would hold stable in Firestrike.

Mike

Show a longer log of your clocks during a game. Claiming 1622 Game Stable yet you doubt it to jold FireStrike is just meh.
post #13518 of 16162
GPU loads like 60-70% so of course it will be stable that high.
Like my card it can do 1550mhz division @ 4K since it only uses 70% load.
Throw firestrike or 3dmark 11 at it where it see 99% and it will only be stable at 1505mhz.
Iv followed my usual pattern and run it 20mhz below point of stability in everything so it runs at 1485mhz which iv hard flashed with the bios since some weird stuffs been going on lately with having precisionX or afterburner installed and I get 4K less points on 3Dmark 11 with latest drivers and 1.8K less on firestrike. If I load up a old driver get the same scores I do with those tools un-installed.
post #13519 of 16162
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Gigabyte 980ti Xtreme... playing The Division... game stable @ 1622 core, have not messed with the memory yet, custom BIOS on air... I got up to
Nice temperature by the way...

My g1 gaming can't stay below 70 degrees even with 80% fan. The maximum temperatures are 75 so it is not so bad, but to stay below 70 is like a miracle for me... wink.gif

Did not realise there is so big difference between g1 and xtreme coolers.
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CLU is much easier to remove than the others. Personally I find a 15 degree difference between grizzly odd. That difference should be much smaller but a bad first paste job etc could play into that. If CLU is worth it to you really depends on what temps you are running currently. If you are at high 70s with substantial fan speed then CLU might be considered but still has the risks explained above. If you are in the low 60s or below then the reduced temps will not yield very much stability increase if any at all. If I was you I would paste the die using grizzly and forget about it. Risking using clu or the like for a few degrees on a GPU is not worth it IMO. I've done it in the past and while my temps were decreased by about 5-6 degrees I saw absolutely no benefit to it. Just thought I would add my experience in.


Always destroying exergy

my temps on 1.224 volts 1500 oc on core and 2000 on memory is at 81 c while playing tomb raider max settings and fan speed at 80 percent

im really worried if i put the clp on the gpu die it will bond on the gpu cooler of my g1 gaming smile.gif thats why im really hesitant on applying the clp

gelid extreme and grizzly is not available in my country,,
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