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Makes sense, thank you for clarifying this
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I just picked up a Gigabyte 980 ti from newegg for $430, i was on the fence over a 1070,1080 and even went to buy a Titan X today but after seeing the $125 in tax i was seriously turned off. At the end of the day i dont game like i use to and have no plans to go to 4K so this card will still get the job done and it was what i was looking for aesthetics wise. My previous cards where a Asus Nano, Asus 980 Matrix, MSI 780 Lighting etc.

It will be paired with a Gigabyte Z170X Ultra Gaming, 6700K.



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post #13953 of 16162
Hey guys I'm trying to flash my stock BIOS, but I get a "BIOS Cert. 2.0 Verification Error". I'm not sure how to get around this, I need help?
post #13954 of 16162
So i've been starting to have this weird issue with my 980 ti hybrid. When ever i start to game my voltage and clock speed will drop as though its not under load and then shoot backup to my set clocks and voltage. What's weird is that it only happens at the beginning of gaming/putting load on the card, but once its done acting stupid i'll have solid voltage and clocks. My custom bios runs at 1.274v and my card is overclocked to 1535 ( i even tested this at 1513 mhz as well)
post #13955 of 16162
Hi, I'm a late joining member. The EVGA Refurb's GTX980Ti's for $300 + shipping proved too tempting to pass up. I'm coming from SLI GTX970's. I can see I've taken a small hit in most benchmarks, but I'm happy to leave hit-or-miss SLI support + 3.5gb vram far behind me. Still trying to find my sweet spot overclock, currently at a safe +200mhz GPU / +300mhz Mem.
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I have an MSI 980ti on the way as we speak, my HD7990 died and I'm replacing it with a big upgrade smile.gif I'll join the club when it reaches me smile.gif
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Originally Posted by nyk20z3 View Post

I just picked up a Gigabyte 980 ti from newegg for $430, i was on the fence over a 1070,1080 and even went to buy a Titan X today but after seeing the $125 in tax i was seriously turned off. At the end of the day i dont game like i use to and have no plans to go to 4K so this card will still get the job done and it was what i was looking for aesthetics wise. My previous cards where a Asus Nano, Asus 980 Matrix, MSI 780 Lighting etc.

It will be paired with a Gigabyte Z170X Ultra Gaming, 6700K.




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Originally Posted by BinaryDemon View Post

Hi, I'm a late joining member. The EVGA Refurb's GTX980Ti's for $300 + shipping proved too tempting to pass up. I'm coming from SLI GTX970's. I can see I've taken a small hit in most benchmarks, but I'm happy to leave hit-or-miss SLI support + 3.5gb vram far behind me. Still trying to find my sweet spot overclock, currently at a safe +200mhz GPU / +300mhz Mem.

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Originally Posted by kariverson View Post

I have an MSI 980ti on the way as we speak, my HD7990 died and I'm replacing it with a big upgrade smile.gif I'll join the club when it reaches me smile.gif

Good to see people taking advantage of the deals out there on the 980 Ti.
Even though it isn't the latest and greatest card now, it still offers plenty of performance, and now some good bang for the buck, lol.

I certainly intend to hang on to mine for a good while yet.
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Good to see people taking advantage of the deals out there on the 980 Ti.
Even though it isn't the latest and greatest card now, it still offers plenty of performance, and now some good bang for the buck, lol.

I certainly intend to hang on to mine for a good while yet.

Most definitely. The card is more than enough for anything less than 4k you throw at it. IMO it's not really worth upgrading yet, maybe the 1080ti will have enough gap in performance to make the deal worth it. Although with the prices nvidia is going for now I am not really sure tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post



Good to see people taking advantage of the deals out there on the 980 Ti.
Even though it isn't the latest and greatest card now, it still offers plenty of performance, and now some good bang for the buck, lol.

I certainly intend to hang on to mine for a good while yet.

Most definitely. The card is more than enough for anything less than 4k you throw at it. IMO it's not really worth upgrading yet, maybe the 1080ti will have enough gap in performance to make the deal worth it. Although with the prices nvidia is going for now I am not really sure tongue.gif
Yeah, Nvidia has some real powerhouses incoming, with insane prices to match.
Such as the Titan X, lol. The 1080 Ti will cost a bundle as well.

I agree that if 4K isn't your thing (it certainly isn't mine yet) then a 980 Ti is quite sufficient.

And welcome to OCN!
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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post

Yeah, Nvidia has some real powerhouses incoming, with insane prices to match.
Such as the Titan X, lol. The 1080 Ti will cost a bundle as well.

I agree that if 4K isn't your thing (it certainly isn't mine yet) then a 980 Ti is quite sufficient.

And welcome to OCN!
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Thanks dude, happy to be here.
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