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with 1.255v I'm hitting 50c in 24c ambient room. No problems with it so far but fan is @ 100%. I don't really care for the noise because when my AC is on it's the most loudest!

Thanks thumb.gif

Jay mentioned the fan control is only good for the turbine fan and (much like my old twin 295x2's), the radiator fan doesn't have control. How noisy is the rad fan? I have a bunch of sp120s here (~65) i can use instead biggrin.gif.
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Hey guys

How come I can pass Firestrike Ultra (4K) and get a valid score but I can't pass graphics test 1 of the normal Firestrike? 

The classy is under water and is overclocked to 1503mhz stable when I'm stress testing with valley.

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Thanks thumb.gif

Jay mentioned the fan control is only good for the turbine fan and (much like my old twin 295x2's), the radiator fan doesn't have control. How noisy is the rad fan? I have a bunch of sp120s here (~65) i can use instead biggrin.gif.

The stock rad fan is not very noisy (coming from the G1, which is an effin turbo-prop plane comapared to the Hybrid). But I disconnected the stock one anyway, bought a Noctua NF-F12-PWM and combined with SpeedFan it's now a very-very-silent card (along with a nice 1503/8100 overclock).
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whats a difrence
between Msi gaming 6G 980ti vs Msi gaming 6g golden edition?
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The stock rad fan is not very noisy (coming from the G1, which is an effin turbo-prop plane comapared to the Hybrid). But I disconnected the stock one anyway, bought a Noctua NF-F12-PWM and combined with SpeedFan it's now a very-very-silent card (along with a nice 1503/8100 overclock).

I personally enjoy the sensation of taking off from a runway in a small 6 seat air plane flying through a hurricane next to a rocket launch when my G1 Gaming's fans spin up.

In all seriousness though the stock heat sink on the G1 Gaming is ridiculously noisy, I noticed it more when my PC is under my desk and next to a wall versus when it was on top of my desk and had more open air around the case, even though no ventilation is blocked off where it's at.
 
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Thanks I'm gonna disable boost tonight and try it out

You could also use K-Boost in EVGA Precision X. K-Boost is a soft clock method of forcing the GPU to work at its maximum boost clock.

When K-Boost is enabled I loose the ability to read GPU load. Any 3D application just reads 0% in GPU-Z & MSI Afterburner so this is why I'm trying to stay clear of K-boost


Update:

GPU will start 1493.5Mhz but still need to apply overvoltage or else GPU runs 880Mhz.

Even though TDP base @ 1499mhz it still runs 1493.5mhz which tells me it is following boost table in bios

Not sure why it's doing this! I can apply 7mhz offset in afterburner to get 1498.6Mhz which is close to 1499 clock I wanted.

No more EVGA PrecisionX 16 software needed because everything can be done in MSI afterburner



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Hey guys
How come I can pass Firestrike Ultra (4K) and get a valid score but I can't pass graphics test 1 of the normal Firestrike? 
The classy is under water and is overclocked to 1503mhz stable when I'm stress testing with valley.

Card is more stable at high resolution than lower. Have to lower clocks to pass regular Firestrike(1080p)
    
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The stock rad fan is not very noisy (coming from the G1, which is an effin turbo-prop plane comapared to the Hybrid). But I disconnected the stock one anyway, bought a Noctua NF-F12-PWM and combined with SpeedFan it's now a very-very-silent card (along with a nice 1503/8100 overclock).

Thanks dude thumb.gif

Thinking of three hybrids using (ugh redface.gif) an evga Z170 classy. Need to find a good case. Traditionally, I've been a hardcore water cooler, but I'm trying to tone it down this time around and to try something new. So I'm going with aio's.
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whats a difrence
between Msi gaming 6G 980ti vs Msi gaming 6g golden edition?

6G:
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Graphics Processing Unit NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 980Ti Interface PCI Express x16 3.0 Boost / Base Core Clock 1279 MHz / 1178 MHz (OC Mode)
1228 MHz / 1140 MHz (Gaming Mode)
1076 MHz / 1000 MHz (Silent Mode) Memory Size (MB) 6144 Memory Type GDDR5 Memory Interface 384 bits Memory Clock Speed (MHz) 7010 / 7096 (OC Mode) DVI Connectors 1 (Dual-link DVI-I), Max Resolution: 2560 x 1600 @60 Hz. HDMI Connectors 1 DisplayPort 3 (version 1.2)
Max Resolution: 4096x2160 @60 Hz Maximum Displays 4 HDCP Support Y RAMDAC speed (MHz) 400 DirectX Version Support 12 OpenGL Version Support 4.4 Multi-GPU Technology SLI, 4-way Card Dimension(mm) 277 x 140 x 40 Card Weight (g) 1068 Power consumption (W) 250 Recommended PSU (W) 400 Power Connectors 8-pin x2 Accessories 1x 8-pin Power Cable, 1x DVI to VGA Dongle

GE:
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Graphics Processing Unit NVIDIA Geforce® GTX 980 Ti Interface PCI Express x16 3.0 Boost / Base Core Clock 1291 MHz / 1190 MHz (OC Mode)
1228 MHz / 1140 MHz (Gaming Mode)
1076 MHz / 1000 MHz (Silent Mode) Memory Size (MB) 6144 Memory Type GDDR5 Memory Interface 384-bits Memory Clock Speed (MHz) 7010 / 7096 (OC Mode) DVI Connectors 1 (Dual-link DVI-I), Max Resolution: 2560 x 1600 @60 Hz. HDMI Connectors 1 DisplayPort 3 (version 1.2)
Max Resolution: 4096x2160 @60 Hz Maximum Displays 4 HDCP Support Y RAMDAC speed (MHz) 400 DirectX Version Support 12 OpenGL Version Support 4.5 Multi-GPU Technology SLI, 4-way Card Dimension(mm) 277 x 141 x 40 Card Weight (g) 1338 Power consumption (W) 250 Recommended PSU (W) 600 Power Connectors 8-pin x2 Accessories 6-pin to 8-pin Power Cable x 1, DVI to VGA Dongle x 1

It looks like the Golden has a slightly higher oc.

https://us.msi.com/Graphics-card/GTX-980-Ti-GAMING-6G-GOLDEN-EDITION.html#hero-overview
Edited by wermad - 7/25/16 at 8:43pm
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Originally Posted by MrTOOSHORT View Post

Card is more stable at high resolution than lower. Have to lower clocks to pass regular Firestrike(1080p)

Oddly, this is true. I can pass Ultra at 1506/8GHz but need 1480/8GHz to pass regular.
post #13910 of 16235
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Originally Posted by shalafi View Post

The stock rad fan is not very noisy (coming from the G1, which is an effin turbo-prop plane comapared to the Hybrid). But I disconnected the stock one anyway, bought a Noctua NF-F12-PWM and combined with SpeedFan it's now a very-very-silent card (along with a nice 1503/8100 overclock).

My Hybrid runs a 1500/7800 when gaming at stock volts. I run push pull and have both those fans plus the pump itself running on my fan controller. When surfing etc I have the fans at 40% and pump at 60%. Very quiet. Gaming 70% on fans and 70% on pump.
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