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and going to insert more of my mantra of temps. when on air i'd get a boost bin (13mhz) or a few going from 72c to 64c then ~54c (outside, cold night benching), later on water i found another ~13mhz staying under ~36c. some another consideration is seeing what it will take to lower your loop temps. mine was turning off the furnace as i went to work and thinking of buying a chiller tongue.gif )
you have another nice card. (where are those eVGA owners? blinksmiley.gif )

One still lurking for now. tongue.gif
Though, trying to sell mine off. No luck yet.

I'm keeping the ZOTAC Extreme for tinkering purposes. biggrin.gif
     
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Guys. Help. My psu is not giving enough power on my 980ti. When i play graphic intense games like bf1. My pc would restart. I have 4790k and maximus hero vii board and 4 hdd. So i think its my psu right?
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Guys. Help. My psu is not giving enough power on my 980ti. When i play graphic intense games like bf1. My pc would restart. I have 4790k and maximus hero vii board and 4 hdd. So i think its my psu right?

What psu are you using ?? Stock 980 ti use 300watt max
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What psu are you using ?? Stock 980 ti use 300watt max


Hi im using a 4 year old corsair tx750m psu


im been using this psu for 4 years, but recently been playing bf1 and i got restarts frown.gif
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Hi im using a 4 year old corsair tx750m psu


im been using this psu for 4 years, but recently been playing bf1 and i got restarts frown.gif

Could just be your psu that over heat??
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hmmm i dont know, how to determine if psu is overheating? can i view my psu temps using hw info?


btw heres my psus hw infos (but i dont know if these are accurate)


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hmmm i dont know, how to determine if psu is overheating? can i view my psu temps using hw info?


btw heres my psus hw infos (but i dont know if these are accurate)


Those are some pretty big voltage deviations on the 5V and 3.3V. Definitely out of max allowed of 5%.
Its likely your restarts are due to this, but not for lack of power to the GPU, since the 12V rail seems within spec at lowest 11.8v and the 980Ti doesn't draw that much power to suffocate this PSU.

Try testing with a different PSU. This one is definitely out of specs on those voltages. Its pretty weird tho, as its a decent enough PSU. Unfortunately jonny guru's website is not working for me (don't know why). He has a review of this PSU and the guy knows what he's talking about.
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Those are some pretty big voltage deviations on the 5V and 3.3V. Definitely out of max allowed of 5%.
Its likely your restarts are due to this, but not for lack of power to the GPU, since the 12V rail seems within spec at lowest 11.8v and the 980Ti doesn't draw that much power to suffocate this PSU.

Try testing with a different PSU. This one is definitely out of specs on those voltages. Its pretty weird tho, as its a decent enough PSU. Unfortunately jonny guru's website is not working for me (don't know why). He has a review of this PSU and the guy knows what he's talking about.


yeah jonny gurus website is not working, tried checking seasonic si2 II review, yes this year only did i experience this restarts, im hoping is not my memory or motherboard, or even my vcard, i will try to clean my psu tomorrow morning, some people suggest that my psu is overheating but i cant tell coz there is no software for monitoring temps on a psu, i hope i can still revive this psu, if not i will replace it with a new one, but still cant find a cheaper psu that can supply my needs
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yeah jonny gurus website is not working, tried checking seasonic si2 II review, yes this year only did i experience this restarts, im hoping is not my memory or motherboard, or even my vcard, i will try to clean my psu tomorrow morning, some people suggest that my psu is overheating but i cant tell coz there is no software for monitoring temps on a psu, i hope i can still revive this psu, if not i will replace it with a new one, but still cant find a cheaper psu that can supply my needs

Cleaning it will not solve the voltage deviations, unfortunately ... best bet is to try with a different PSU if you can borrow one from a friend or just upgrade to another one, but of course, you should clean it if it hasn't been cleaned in a while.
Your motherboard, rams and video card are most likely fine.

I'm rocking the Corsair TX750V2 right now and it's great. Almost zero deviation under CPU load and GPU load is also pretty good. I definitely recommend it, if you don't plan on going crazy SLI in the future and can find a cheap second hand one. Jonnyguru has a review on this one as well and its fantastic. thumb.gif

These are the voltage deviations I'm getting with it after 2 quick runs of Intel Burn Test and some GPU stress testing:
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Cleaning it will not solve the voltage deviations, unfortunately ... best bet is to try with a different PSU if you can borrow one from a friend or just upgrade to another one, but of course, you should clean it if it hasn't been cleaned in a while.
Your motherboard, rams and video card are most likely fine.

I'm rocking the Corsair TX750V2 right now and it's great. Almost zero deviation under CPU load and GPU load is also pretty good. I definitely recommend it, if you don't plan on going crazy SLI in the future and can find a cheap second hand one. Jonnyguru has a review on this one as well and its fantastic. thumb.gif

These are the voltage deviations I'm getting with it after 2 quick runs of Intel Burn Test and some GPU stress testing:


wow so cool! we have almost same psu, but mine is much weaker haha, but yeah im just hoping that magically my psu is just overheating but its worth a try to clean it, and no i dont have friends with a good pc frown.gif so i guess if after i clean my psu tomorrow and it is still restarting i will be getting the seasonic s12II 620w psu, coz its hard to find a evga supernova psu here in the philippines

and yes i do plan on sli set up but not for now im in a strict budget also unfortunately


thanks again bro and im relief that my other pc components are safe smile.gif
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