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True, that would give me more fun things to do. I'm actually enjoying tweaking my bios and stress testing for stability now, lol. I've probably flashed my bios 50 times this week.
how about going back to the original bios, and making a user fan curve and putting up with that insufferable fan curve.
post #13562 of 16161
Hey guys,

I plan on installing a Kraken G10 on my G1 Gaming 980 Ti in hopes of increasing stability for my overclock. I'm currently running a custom bios allowing me 24/7 stability with the following speeds:

Core: 1506 mhz
Memory: 3850 mhz
Voltage: 1.218v
Max Temp: 72C (Overwatch, Witcher 3 w/ Mods)

Anything more on memory will cause computer to "memory" crash w/ checkered artifacts all over the screen, needing for me to hard reboot.

My intention is to see if bringing down temperatures can help me push my overclock on memory to 2000 mhz 24/7 on memory by adding heatsinks to the appropriate modules.

I have the following questions:

Will changing the cooler to a CLC, and reducing load temperatures to ~60C give meaningful overclock potential? If I can drop the memory temperature drastically, will it help me achieve my desired result?

Has anyone had any experience in installing AIO to their 980 Ti's and achieved better results than on air?
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lower temps helps but YMMV!
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Planning to grab a used Gigabyte WF3 980 ti ( I think, GV-N98TWF3-6GD, both OC and Reg boxes look alike)

Only problem, the guy painted the shroud, does Gigabyte still cover you on warranty? if you paint-job the card.
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Maxwell loves staying cool.

I have not smack an AIO onto a 980Ti (my two have full cover blocks), but I do have one on my 960. Stock air cooler, it would only do barely 1500MHz while folding. Now it does 1552MHz while folding on stock volts.
 
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Planning to grab a used Gigabyte WF3 980 ti ( I think, GV-N98TWF3-6GD, both OC and Reg boxes look alike)

Only problem, the guy painted the shroud, does Gigabyte still cover you on warranty? if you paint-job the card.
Gigabyte is pretty good about accepting returns so they very well might. If the cause of the failure can in no way be explained by the paint job. Worst case I'm sure if something happens you may be able to buy just the shroud from eBay or something though it will be rare since not many make the jump to full blocks since the WF covers memory and vrm anyways...just not as well as a full block would.


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Gigabyte is pretty good about accepting returns so they very well might. If the cause of the failure can in no way be explained by the paint job. Worst case I'm sure if something happens you may be able to buy just the shroud from eBay or something though it will be rare since not many make the jump to full blocks since the WF covers memory and vrm anyways...just not as well as a full block would.


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Oh ok, I was under the assumption that tinkering with the shroud or even removing it voided warranty, unless they removed that void sticker from the shroud to pcb screw...? I remember my PNY GTX 670 had it.
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Gigabyte is pretty good about accepting returns so they very well might. If the cause of the failure can in no way be explained by the paint job. Worst case I'm sure if something happens you may be able to buy just the shroud from eBay or something though it will be rare since not many make the jump to full blocks since the WF covers memory and vrm anyways...just not as well as a full block would.


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Oh ok, I was under the assumption that tinkering with the shroud or even removing it voided warranty, unless they removed that void sticker from the shroud to pcb screw...? I remember my PNY GTX 670 had it.
I removed my shroud and repasted both GPUs with some gelid. I don't remember any sticker or marking at all but it's been a while. I will say though with the not so flexible tubing it was a PITA to ensure the holes lined up before applying pressure to the die.


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my bios is modded but it seems like nvidia inspector should allow you to lower voltage.





and heres the program incase you havent found it.

nvidiaInspector.zip 256k .zip file


sorry i couldnt be more helpful earlier. was replying via cell phone at work. hop you figure something out though, good luck thumb.gif

Sadly, it does not work for me... :/

Thanks again.
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Just got back from a business trip and decided to throw the other card in and see what it'd do with both in there. Not too shabby for a first run and just throwing some random clocks at them that I knew would work.....maybe I'll go ahead and put the block on the 2nd card before my turn comes up in EVGAs step up queue.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8941016

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