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post #8111 of 16079
in regards to my MSI GTX 980 Ti Gaming 6G card, i have a question about the modded bios on the OP.

There are a few I see,

1) 425W power target based on the EVGA SC BIOS, (Sheyster)
2) 980 Ti MAXAIR BIOS for reference cards, (Sheyster)
3) the 375W power target by motivman.

Which one could I copy over to my bios for 24/7 air use?
post #8112 of 16079
Not the first 2, they are for reference boards.
Maybe look here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1561999/msi-980-ti-gaming-6g-card-overclocks-and-pictures/1320_20#post_24215761
post #8113 of 16079
The amp extreme with stock bios get maximum at 1.224 volt. Apply +40 mv or + 87 mv, the max is always 1.22
With custom bios the max voltage is 1.274 volt. Voltage over 1.274 is not possible, there are a hardware block
post #8114 of 16079
I think it's more of a driver block. all the card will max out to 1.274 VID... VID now... unless you have a DMM or a card that let you read actual voltage. You can't tell how much REAL voltage is going through.

I say its a driver block because if you mod your bios to say 1.3v, but the driver will only call for 1.274VID. GPU-Z will constantly give your Performance Limited by vRel. In my theory that means the drivers is locked down to 1.274v even though it sees in the BIOS a 1.3v setting.

If anyone want to go beyond the 1.274v you have to vmod
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Originally Posted by Garrett1974NL View Post

Not the first 2, they are for reference boards.
Maybe look here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1561999/msi-980-ti-gaming-6g-card-overclocks-and-pictures/1320_20#post_24215761
thx! glad that there is a thread dedicated to the MSI GTX 980 Ti Gaming 6G, lots of info i can peruse.

it looks like there a few options to choose from, a 1.23V, 1.25V and 1.26v modified versions for different scenarios. which version r u using the one posted in this link?

PS: lol i was searching in this thread for anyone with my card and i found your posts requesting a modded bios with power limits. tongue.gif
Edited by Stealth3si - 9/24/15 at 2:45pm
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I use a 1.25v BIOS, just fine for 1500 GPU smile.gif
I don't care for 1510, 1520 or whatever... my next 'goal' would be 1600, no less biggrin.gif
post #8117 of 16079
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thx! glad that there is a thread dedicated to the MSI GTX 980 Ti Gaming 6G, lots of info i can peruse.

it looks like there a few options to choose from, a 1.23V, 1.25V and 1.26v modified versions for different scenarios. which version r u using the one posted in this link?

PS: lol i was searching in this thread for anyone with my card and i found your posts requesting a modded bios with power limits. tongue.gif

If you would like a not locked voltage modded bios. I have my own MSI 6G bios with selectable 1.205, 1.230, 1.248, 1.268, 1.274 voltage in Afterburner.
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If you would like a not locked voltage modded bios. I have my own MSI 6G bios with selectable 1.205, 1.230, 1.248, 1.268, 1.274 voltage in Afterburner.
sure, by all means send it my way! biggrin.gifthumb.gif

lol i noticed u offered a similar bios to garret, is he using yours?

also, what is the advantage of having unlocked voltages to select different voltages over other modded bios that do not allow voltages to change in AB/PX because it is locked? i am thinking to approach this situation by using your version to quickly gauge where the cards limits are, then afterwards settle for a different volt-locked bios(?)
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sure, by all means send it my way! biggrin.gifthumb.gif

lol i noticed u offered a similar bios to garret, is he using yours?

also, what is the advantage of having unlocked voltages to select different voltages over other modded bios that do not allow voltages to change in AB/PX because it is locked? i am thinking to approach this situation by using your version to quickly gauge where the cards limits are, then afterwards settle for a different volt-locked bios(?)

There isn't really any difference besides they only knew how to allow one voltage select in their bios and i found out how to allow multiple.

I can't speak for Garret lol. Idk what he did with it. 😛
Edited by ZWingerRyRy - 9/24/15 at 5:02pm
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There isn't really any difference besides they only knew how to allow one voltage select in their bios and i found out how to allow multiple.

I can't speak for Garret lol. Idk what he did with it. 😛
ah i see, r u going to post your modded bios as a link in the thread or send it via PM? TIA
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