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keep the temps as low as possible; temps>voltage if you are looking to OC it. not saying anything about degrading.
^EXACTLY! but for some i guess its alright.

What kind of temps should I be looking at to not exceed? I have already went to overclock the card it went up pretty easy for a bench in firestrike, but did not fair so well on a stress test.

for me, my card it gets unstable while benching anything above 60c-62c @1430Mhz 1.23v. i took my rig outside on a cold spring night and got another ~54Mhz @1.27v with the chip ~44c. gaming doesn't matter since i don't push the chip as much (~1418-1403 @1.23v).
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Mine usually are around 40-45C while folding currently. My ambient currently are 26-27C since its Alabama Summer heat down here, so hard to keep the trailer cooled off. Though, I did at one point have my water loop at 50C while doing PrimeGrid. But that was because I had both doing PrimeGrid while the CPU was pretty much full load doing another BOINC project.

In Winter time they stay about 36-38C while folding.

Proof on my water temps during the Pentathlon. It was pretty much a sauna near my legs.

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Hi, could anyone tell if asus 980 ti STRIX VRM heatsink is actually part of the main cooler (as in – not removable by any means apart from using dremel) because I have a chance to purchase it for cheap but would like to keep using my AIO water cooler from "legacy" 980 smile.gif. Thank you!
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Hi, could anyone tell if asus 980 ti STRIX VRM heatsink is actually part of the main cooler (as in – not removable by any means apart from using dremel) because I have a chance to purchase it for cheap but would like to keep using my AIO water cooler from "legacy" 980 smile.gif. Thank you!

Hmmm, if it similar to the one on the 980 STRIX. The cooler only directly cools the core. The VRMs have their own separate heatsinks that are held on with screws. Not sure if they did it any different for the 980 Ti.
 
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Hmmm, if it similar to the one on the 980 STRIX. The cooler only directly cools the core. The VRMs have their own separate heatsinks that are held on with screws. Not sure if they did it any different for the 980 Ti.

Thank you for your help. Incidently I980 strix is the model I have and it does have separate vrm heatsink, but asus advertises that 980 ti VRM cooling is now part of main cooler (and I didnt find any picture in the right angle as to know if VRM heatsink is actually part of main cooler or just glued or screwed to the main cooler). Oh well, if all hope is lost I will have to use dremel on copper sheets to "manufacture" heatsink.
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Thank you for your help. Incidently I980 strix is the model I have and it does have separate vrm heatsink, but asus advertises that 980 ti VRM cooling is now part of main cooler (and I didnt find any picture in the right angle as to know if VRM heatsink is actually part of main cooler or just glued or screwed to the main cooler). Oh well, if all hope is lost I will have to use dremel on copper sheets to "manufacture" heatsink.

Found a pic. The cooler seems to touch the VRMs now. Still crappy arse cooler....

 
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Hello guys I have GTX 980ti MSI gaming 6g.samsung memory asic 74.9 who is the best bios for me?thanks
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Hello guys I have GTX 980ti MSI gaming 6g.samsung memory asic 74.9 who is the best bios for me?thanks
The best bios for your card IS the bios on your card. Download GPUz and save a copy of your bios. Heck save it in 3 different locations to make sure you don't lose it. Use winzip and create a zip file. Post your bios on the custom bios thread to get it modified to your liking. Flash YOUR modified bios to YOUR card. Don't bother trying others bios as you will run the risk of bricking your card.


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Low 40s here under-load with al-cheapo Kracken G10/Corsair H55 push/pull setup

Thanks but i mean with fc blocks clc setups dont have to cool the vrms so cant compare
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