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Originally Posted by dropadred View Post

Only case, when the warranty would be broken is, when the screws which hold the cooler have "Warranty Void if Removed" stickers as the GPUs by MSI,XFX,Palit,Gainward and some other brands have, but just theoretically, because at most of the times, even without those stickers you would get you GPU in the case of RMA accepted...just fyi..

If you are not "removing" or breaking any sort of warranty stickers, then it means you are free to go and take off the cooler, change the thermal compound, replace the cooler for some aftermarket one or waterblock.
MSI's warranty is not void when you remove the sticker, both their representative told me that face to face, AND MSI Europe thumb.gif

It's just to scare off anyone who wouldn't know what they were doing in the first place.
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Originally Posted by manolith View Post

the fury x is hitting the ti good in that bench mark. i dont know if the rainbow 6 nvidia drivers are out just yet though.
I'd like to try my Ti against it... at 1500MHz devil.gif
Edited by Garrett1974NL - 9/27/15 at 4:53am
post #8182 of 16161
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Originally Posted by Sorphius View Post


The newest AMD cards are likely to pull ahead in resolutions of 4k+ because they use HBM -- Team Green's DDR5 just doesn't have the bandwidth to process that many pixels.

 

Yeah, but the cards suck on lower resolutions which is what most people still use. At the same price I'll take 980 Ti any time :D

post #8183 of 16161
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Originally Posted by -terabyte- View Post

Yeah, but the cards suck on lower resolutions which is what most people still use. At the same price I'll take 980 Ti any time biggrin.gif

Plus you can OC the GDDR5 on the 980 Ti anyway. Memory isn't bottlenecking 4K that much.
post #8184 of 16161
pulled the trigger on this.
http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7338/gainward-geforce-gtx-980-ti-phoenix-gs-video-card-review/index.html

$979 Australian,best price I have seen. Looking forward to putting it though it's paces. My 780ti's have served me well, but it will be nice to run a single card for a while.
post #8185 of 16161
I am having trouble with my card. I have the Evga 980ti hydro copper. Can't turn it up past 1300. I can get close overvolting it but it crashes getting near 1300 MHz on core clock. Does your memory clock make that much a a difference in relation to core clock. Like if I am boosting my core clock up should the mem clock go up with it . Right now I'm at work and can't remember what I have my memory clock at but its 3 times what my core clock is ( on the slider ) to keep card from crashing. Btw my temps are super low never go past 55 c. I forgot to add I have a aisc score of 71 on my card
post #8186 of 16161
~40 min of gaming
1 hour of benching

Other than that my 980Tis been sitting in my case doing nothing for 3+ months now. Did the same with my 780 and 780Ti. Buy cards on launch, barely touch them til the next release, sell them, buy a new card, rinse and repeat.

Spent $1000 Canadian on this 980Ti too doh.gif
post #8187 of 16161
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Originally Posted by i7monkey View Post

~40 min of gaming
1 hour of benching

Other than that my 980Tis been sitting in my case doing nothing for 3+ months now. Did the same with my 780 and 780Ti. Buy cards on launch, barely touch them til the next release, sell them, buy a new card, rinse and repeat.

Spent $1000 Canadian on this 980Ti too doh.gif

Sell it and don't buy until you're gaming.
post #8188 of 16161
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Originally Posted by foxhoundz View Post

hey there, i'm new to the forums.

am about to buy myself a 980 ti. was wondering tho, does my cpu can handle the heat and not creat a bottleneck? as far as for the MB and ****, i have a pcie 2.0 X16 slot so everything supposed to be good from that p.o.v.

CPU: i7 875k 2.93Mhz (yep) boosted to 3.8Mhz atm.

other parts of the system:

MB: Asus P7P55D Pro https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P7P55D_PRO/specifications/

16 Gigs of ram (g.skill aegis @1600mhz) http://www.gskill.com/en/product/f3-1600c11d-16gisl

samsung 850 evo SSD

Power sup: SeaSonic 620W S12II Bronze http://www.seasonicusa.com/S12II-Bronze.htm

thanks a lot in advanced. hope that my name will appear on the chart soon smile.gif



p.s - too lazy but maybe and somehow... one of you guys already know and save me the time checking/measuring my case - will the card (specifically planning on getting the Gigabyte G1 edition) fit my case:

Antec Nine Hundred Two http://www.antec.com/Believe_it/product.php?id=NzIy

Can anybody please help me?
post #8189 of 16161
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Originally Posted by rhymer362 View Post

I am having trouble with my card. I have the Evga 980ti hydro copper. Can't turn it up past 1300. I can get close overvolting it but it crashes getting near 1300 MHz on core clock. Does your memory clock make that much a a difference in relation to core clock. Like if I am boosting my core clock up should the mem clock go up with it . Right now I'm at work and can't remember what I have my memory clock at but its 3 times what my core clock is ( on the slider ) to keep card from crashing. Btw my temps are super low never go past 55 c. I forgot to add I have a aisc score of 71 on my card

Generally your core is going to make the largest difference in performance so first find your max core. You'll likely need to increase the power limit and voltage to do this. You may need to flash the BIOS, but be careful if you decide to do so. Second find your max memory. You can increase you voltage further if you aren't already at your max. You can use GPU-Z to see if your card's performance is being limited on the sensors tab -> PerfCap.
Edited by james41382 - 9/27/15 at 10:05am
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post #8190 of 16161
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Can anybody please help me?

You aren't going to bottleneck the 980Ti using PCI 2.0 x 16 much if at all. The heat from the GPU and CPU don't really relate to each other aside from raising the temperature in your case. As long as you have good airflow you should be fine. As far as measuring goes it would be best if you looked up the dimensions of that card and got out a ruler. wink.gif
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