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don't go by software since it will read what the driver reports; the only true way to get a voltage reading is w/DMM.



keep in mind that is a TX . .i would think the 980ti could be the same or could be different depending on reference or AIB card.
Edited by looniam - 8/10/16 at 5:01am
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Hi!

I had a 980Ti for a pretty long time, recently changed ut out since I sold 2x 980s and bought a 1080.

I can do 1500-1520 on stock voltage/stock bios.

Is that considering golden, or just good?

I sadly have that card now on air in a folding rig. So it will be doomed to fold for the rest of its life. tongue.gif
post #13943 of 16161
Yeah, software will not report right when you do that mod.

It more useful like for my STRIX since it is locked at 1.212v. rolleyes.gif Last time I am ever touching one of these cards. Going to do the mod to it and smack a water block to it after wards. Then I don't have to listen to its crazy death bee fans. Worse darn fans I have ever heard on a card and that considering I use to run OG Titans and 7970 with air coolers running at 70-80% fan speed for folding.
 
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In my case, after trying several Bios mods I found out that going up to 1.27volts didn't do much in both my cards. One card goes up to 1525/7900 and the other one makes it to 1480/8000, since I use SLI I must settle with the slowest OC'd speeds and temps could go 10c higher with the higher voltages, cooled with water. +50Mhz core tops. I went back to default Bios and 50c load temps.
post #13945 of 16161
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

Hi!

I had a 980Ti for a pretty long time, recently changed ut out since I sold 2x 980s and bought a 1080.

I can do 1500-1520 on stock voltage/stock bios.

Is that considering golden, or just good?

I sadly have that card now on air in a folding rig. So it will be doomed to fold for the rest of its life. tongue.gif

A little above average.
post #13946 of 16161
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Originally Posted by looniam View Post

don't go by software since it will read what the driver reports; the only true way to get a voltage reading is w/DMM.



keep in mind that is a TX . .i would think the 980ti could be the same or could be different depending on reference or AIB card.
that's where I measured to and it reports 1.27 frown.gif
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Quick question guys.
I don't have enough space between my 2cards (sli hof meaning 1cm space top between both cards) so the top gpu got up to 84degrees when gaming and obviously it doesn't like it and my display crash.
I am wondering, if i connect my screen to the bottom gpu will that ease the load on the top gpu allowing it to have less heat?
Or should i just wait until the end of the month and my new motherboard?
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Quick question guys.
I don't have enough space between my 2cards (sli hof meaning 1cm space top between both cards) so the top gpu got up to 84degrees when gaming and obviously it doesn't like it and my display crash.
I am wondering, if i connect my screen to the bottom gpu will that ease the load on the top gpu allowing it to have less heat?
Or should i just wait until the end of the month and my new motherboard?
Switching your display unfortunately won't work. Your best bet is to take a look at the case and find any way you can mount a fan to blow into the small crack. Also make sure the top card is the higher ASIC card. Both solutions will only help so much and is why many people in similar situations as yours opt for reference blower style coolers to help with what you are seeing.


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Switching your display unfortunately won't work. Your best bet is to take a look at the case and find any way you can mount a fan to blow into the small crack. Also make sure the top card is the higher ASIC card. Both solutions will only help so much and is why many people in similar situations as yours opt for reference blower style coolers to help with what you are seeing.

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I already got a 180mm fan blowing right at the cards, so it seems i'm screwed.
Why should the top card be the higher asic if i may ask?

I guess single gpu will have to do until the end of the month and the new motherboard.
First time in my life i got a gpu reaching that much heat, i have to admit i got a little scared when the screen goes black lol.
Thanks for the intel
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Originally Posted by zipeldiablo View Post

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Switching your display unfortunately won't work. Your best bet is to take a look at the case and find any way you can mount a fan to blow into the small crack. Also make sure the top card is the higher ASIC card. Both solutions will only help so much and is why many people in similar situations as yours opt for reference blower style coolers to help with what you are seeing.

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I already got a 180mm fan blowing right at the cards, so it seems i'm screwed.
Why should the top card be the higher asic if i may ask?

I guess single gpu will have to do until the end of the month and the new motherboard.
First time in my life i got a gpu reaching that much heat, i have to admit i got a little scared when the screen goes black lol.
Thanks for the intel
Two cards running the same clock the one with the higher ASIC does so with less voltage requirement typically. Lower voltage means less heat generated. Since the top card is the card needing to be cooled the most it is best to do everything possible to cool it.

You have more options than single card. You can always flash a custom bios with an undervolt applied. Two cards with undervolt and overclock will still outperform a single card overvolted and overclocked given they are the same model (I.e. 980ti)


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