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Anyone looking for another 980 Ti may be interested in this.

EVGA has a 980 Ti Classified for sale for $370usd
 
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seriously, forget the shunt mod. once the core temp hits as low as ~60c, stability goes out the window and adding volts just makes it worse for maxwell.

E:
i am talking about pushing the card further wink.gif

Depending on mods installed and graphics settings GTA V can push my card to 85c and it's perfectly stable. I don't think I've seen any GPU become unstable at 60c. Unless it's related to watercooling, but even then cards shouldn't get to that temp.

i was able to push another ~39mhz (three boost bumps) when i kept my one card ~54c on a cold night and my rig was outside (~2c ambient). i RMA'd that card because hitting 64c made it unstable OCing (gotta love EVGA thumb.gif )

however, i got a refurbed dog back that wouldn't boost past 1320ish or OC over 1420 (66% ASIC). but i put a uniblock on it and it hits ~1500 w/o issue (45c).

bottom line is, after a year and half and having three different 980TIs (one classy and two SC+) temps matter more than voltage.

if you or anyone has the time, go back in this thread and see that confirmed ad nauseam. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by looniam View Post

i was able to push another ~39mhz (three boost bumps) when i kept my one card ~54c on a cold night and my rig was outside (~2c ambient). i RMA'd that card because hitting 64c made it unstable OCing (gotta love EVGA thumb.gif )

however, i got a refurbed dog back that wouldn't boost past 1320ish or OC over 1420 (66% ASIC). but i put a uniblock on it and it hits ~1500 w/o issue (45c).

bottom line is, after a year and half and having three different 980TIs (one classy and two SC+) temps matter more than voltage.

if you or anyone has the time, go back in this thread and see that confirmed ad nauseam. wink.gif

I guess I made a good choice in going with a G1 gaming, the supposed "gauntlet " sorting and beefy cooler seem to help. I think my ASIC score is 71.2% or something. It's not amazing for sure. My GTX 760 hits 80c pretty quick while gaming in my HTPC but it seems to be able to handle 1300Mhz pretty good. It has a windforce x2 cooler on it. I typically don't overclock my VRAM much, maybe that's getting hot faster than the core and becomes unstable faster.
 
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just a reminder, the 760 is a kepler card and unlike maxwell didn't get bothered by heat. i was more than shocked . .well i'd say befuddled when a 780ti classy i was benching w/catzilla actually went up a boost bin (13mhz) @82c.

iirc that shunt mod came about before there was kepler bios tweaker (yeah could use a citation) for getting around the tdp/voltage limitations. then came up again in early maxwell . .the bios tweaker(s) take care of any that is needed for air/water. the mod is getting another look with pascel but with disappointing results (on the 1080 owners thread) because like maxwell, pascel is sensitive to temps; even more so with voltage throttling happening @52c.

it seems anymore if someone whats to enthusiastically OC their card; get a pot w/DICE or LN2 to lower the core temp -100c/-130c, dump 2.1 volts in it and see what you get. tongue.gif

meh, now i am just babbling.

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my gtx 980 ti hits 65c max in games at 100% load with the dcu3 strix cooler at 100% fan speed. i'm running 1485mhz at 1.212v. if I go water using the nzxt kraken g10 bracket, would I be likely to get higher overclock as I am locked at 1.212v. temps according to hwinfo for my friends gtx 980ti strix is 48c 100% load with kraken g10. his vrm temps went up 5c due to the 92mm fan directly over the vrm's.
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Originally Posted by Artifesto View Post

I guess I made a good choice in going with a G1 gaming, the supposed "gauntlet " sorting and beefy cooler seem to help. I think my ASIC score is 71.2% or something. It's not amazing for sure. My GTX 760 hits 80c pretty quick while gaming in my HTPC but it seems to be able to handle 1300Mhz pretty good. It has a windforce x2 cooler on it. I typically don't overclock my VRAM much, maybe that's getting hot faster than the core and becomes unstable faster.
My G1 has almost the same asics - 73+ a little bit. Max stable clocks are 1550/8000 (i can squeeze a little more numbers for benching). I am using manual fan profile - from 60 to 80 degrees Celsius my fans are on 70% and the maximum temperatures are around 74.
I think gigabyte made an excellent card so yeah - guess you made a good choice.

What is the maximum overclock you achieve.
Edited by Belkov - 9/30/16 at 5:58am
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I bought an open box Gigabyte G1 Gaming from Amazon Warehouse on the cheap, however it won't clock up beyond 135MHz, with power usage showing as 143.5% of TDP at idle in GPU-Z (and 256% or something in Afterburner), with Pwr as the performance limitation reason. All the other readings are normal. I've tried reinstalling drivers and reseating the card, but it's made no difference. My PSU is also known good and happily running my 290X again now. It did briefly spring to life after one reboot, where I had Valley running in a window at 900p, but even there it was at around 75% TDP and showing Pwr as a limiter again. When I tried bumping Valley up to 1440p it locked back into its previous idle state immediately.

Is it safe to say that the thing's dead? I've never encountered such a fault before, but I'm out of ideas.
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is that 135mhz overclock upon stock?
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No, the clock is just locked at 135MHz period, which I believe is the standard dead idle clock. The memory doesn't clock up either. Results in around 9fps in Valley. biggrin.gif
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then unfortunately you need to rma that gpu as that's a big fault with the card.
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