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post #14011 of 16162
Hey guys. First post as I have been doing lots of reading and testing, hoping to not ask question already asked. I dunno what I'm doing wrong, but I can only run the stock bios.


Card is the EVGA 980TI
DevID = 10DE-17C8
SubID =3842-4995
Stock Bios Version 84.00.41.00.90
Windows 7 64BIT
Driver 372.54
Resolution 2560x1440 , 144HZ , Gsync


Part Number = 06G-P4-3994-KR http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=06G-P4-4993-KR


I am trying to eliminate the erratic clocks while in game. KBoost in Precision x doesn't seem to help. I keep getting the lag spikes/freezing.

I have tried The 425 bios, the max air bios, the 1420x bios. with no luck...they all black screen the card.

Any ideas ?

Thanks , Kyle
post #14012 of 16162
This may sound like a smart-ass remark, but that's not how its intended at all...
Why do you not use software like Nvidia Inspector to turn up your power targets? Is it mainly because you do not want to make the change every time?

I have used NI with good success. What's better - with games that don't support FPS limiting, I just crank down the power limit to reduce heat output (great in summer!)

Just curious.

I have little experience in GPU bios modding, but your posts are definitely piquing my interest. I haven't gotten my hands on something dangerously juicy (pun intended?) in quite a while. Power and volt modding sounds fun!
post #14013 of 16162
Making any changes in Nvidia inspector crashes my computer. Any changes to the P0 state and boom, blue screen with a driver crash..
post #14014 of 16162
Well I made some changes based on examples of bios here as mentioned. And flashed the modded bios to the card fine, however I couldn't re-enable it so thought it must be a reboot thing.

Suffice to say after a whole day of resolving this, my card is technically broken and I have no idea if my motherboard is doing ok either. I can boot with a backup videocard into windows (at 1fps) and with my nvidia card connected, I can even flash it with command below but I don't think its working. I had to use the --protectoff command to get around certificate errors.

nvflash --protectoff -6 mybios.rom

Ell well lesson learned, pretty sure the 980ti is dead but maybe I will figure out a working bios for it, unfortunately Palit don't offer any on their website
so I must trust techpowerup options (they have my card), sure the bios looks fine but I dunno if it will work. Gotta reboot now and see what the result is but I'm predicting epic bad luck on my part.

Might even need a new motherboard, and I didn't touch any PCI-E lane settings (again used example on here to alter my own bios, plus following 10 guides).

Anyway I don't think the command above is working as my videocard still shows all zeros for its id version etc...
Here is what the certificate bypassed version of NVFlash tells me... so much for that.


Identifying EEPROM...
EEPROM ID (A1,3112) : FM FM25F02 2.7-3.6V 2048Kx1S, page
WARNING: Adapter does not have a preservation table,
unable to preserve board settings.

BCRT Error: Certificate 2.0 verification failed

ERROR: BIOS Cert 2.0 Verification Error, Update aborted.

FINAL UPDATE:

Ok, Lefty23 was kind enough to point me to the CORRECT version of nvflash to use for my card (link below). I also found out why my PC was running like crap (1fps), turns out I knocked the CPU Cooler Pump Power connector out causing the CPU to ride at 95c! !facepalm!

Anyway my 980Ti is alive again, I think I'll wait until I have my full SLI rig setup to try that again even thought I do have a spare gpu now to fix things when all goes wrong (cost me $120 dingoes).

https://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2709/nvflash-5-292-0-for-windows
Edited by prime2010 - 8/23/16 at 4:36am
post #14015 of 16162
i have the same problem. cards are evga 06G-P4-4995 sc+ an a 06G-P4-4996 ftw. both with new bios 84.00.41.00.90. all modded bios here are older, 84.00.32 or 36 and dont working --> black screen.
modded bios tweaker guide with the stock bios not working.
is not possbile overclocking the gpu with msi afterburner. the settings non accepted, only overclocking memory. but by overclocking the memory, the gpu clock drop from 1139 mhz to 1050 mhz, gpu at 1 volts. my assumption is any hidden powerlimit, that not show in bios tweaker. the showing powerlimit in modded stock bios are 425W. the vgpu are able modding to 1,281 v. but then the gpu clock doesnt go over 980 mhz.

any an idea?

stock bios

http://www.file-upload.net/download-11879272/GM200.rom.html

other stock bios

https://www.boxzip.net/5Cb

modded other stock bios

https://www.boxzip.net/5Cc
post #14016 of 16162
is it possible that an unstable GPU overclock triggers an automatic reboot without errors?

I have some random instant reboot and I'm not able to understand on what it depends.
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Could be a possible psu issue!


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post #14018 of 16162
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Could be a possible psu issue!
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it seems that I don't have this error if I don't overclock my two 980 Ti SuperClocked from EVGA.
the overclock is not that exagerated, I pushed the power limit to 110% and raised the core clock by up to1400MHz and the memory clock at +300MHz.

I have a COrsair AX860i, do you think that may be a PSU issue?
Isn't it a normal behaviour of an unstable overclock?
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post #14019 of 16162
if you're OCing that x99 platform than an 860 is cutting it close, since that alone can suck 300-350 watts, but ought to work.

grab a killawatt and measure the power consumption.
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can anyone point me in the right direction.. i cant seem to get my asus Strix 980 TI pas 1470mhz stable.... can anyone help me please... ive posted a few times seems like the thread might be dying?
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