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Let me ask you this what is your stock valley score with no overclock. Because mine is a 4107 with 98.2 fps. Seems very low to me
post #8412 of 16111
Sounds fine to me. Mine is 100 fps but can manage about 108 with an overclock.
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Well, I got my 980Ti Lightnings finally. I also fortunately figured out the order for the master DisplayPort (thank you nVidia Control Panel). I've only gotten barely up and running again (as in, just installed the drivers, etc. because I needed to do something in VMWare).

 

One thing I noticed from both the 960 and 660Ti is that I lost the ability to use 12bpc on my LG Monitor but it still uses 12bpc on the Samsung projector. 

 

Is there an nVidia Inspector hack or something such as a registry key edit to restore 12bpc functionality to the monitor as I know it's capable of deep color as I've used it for a better part of a year like so.

 

I mean, 8bpc isn't terrible but I much rather have deep color than not.

    
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Are there any problems or risks of aging, if a 980ti-chip worked well @1450mhz with default voltage (1.180v) for a longer period of time? What about electromigration? Or is this even such a form of undervolting?
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Well, I got my 980Ti Lightnings finally. I also fortunately figured out the order for the master DisplayPort (thank you nVidia Control Panel). I've only gotten barely up and running again (as in, just installed the drivers, etc. because I needed to do something in VMWare).

One thing I noticed from both the 960 and 660Ti is that I lost the ability to use 12bpc on my LG Monitor but it still uses 12bpc on the Samsung projector. 

Is there an nVidia Inspector hack or something such as a registry key edit to restore 12bpc functionality to the monitor as I know it's capable of deep color as I've used it for a better part of a year like so.

I mean, 8bpc isn't terrible but I much rather have deep color than not.

There's a box on the "Change Resolution" page in NCP, down towards the bottom for "Output Color Depth". I can only see 8 bit and 10 bit, but my monitor doesn't support 12 bit (and only native 8 bit, the 10 bit is interpolated or something).
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Voltage doesn't do too much for maxwell II. For maximum stability you probably want to stay below 1.23V.

For those getting SLI perfcap issues, you want to make suyre both your cards are running at the same voltage bin and boost bins, unless you tested both cards individually and known which bin to what voltage works best.

For example, if your top card hits 1400mhz max boost, and your 2nd card hits 1380 at max boost, then that means you need to bump your 2nd card up by one or two boost bin to keep them both running at the same voltages & clocks.

So top card would be +130 for example, and 2nd card would be +143 or +156

Both of my cards run on the same clock speed when boosting but at different voltages, I cant remember exactly how much is the difference.
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That would be because they are linked to run at the same speed.
    
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Just made my 1st BIOS mod on my Hybrid with: Fan 0-4780 (1050-4780) / PWR 0-120% (0-110%)

Ran tests with +150 clock, +450 mem, +120% pwr, +56mV / max gpu temp 44C.
Gpu clock maxed at 1503 under full load.






Can't get the physics better as my cpu is a bad OC'er, but, my graphics score isn't too bad.
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post #8419 of 16111
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Hello

I've been building some PC with friends and we where all sharing different results.

We have tested the 980Ti's in GBT G1 Gaming and MSi Lightning.

The MSI passed the 1500 wall, very easy without voltage increase. And the GBT with some minor tweaks passed it also.

But now, our friend bought 3 EVGA 980Ti SSC to make a 3 way sli.

OC:

+150 core
+400 mem
+ 43 mv

Got around 1418 to 1405 ... and on GPU Z ... was with PWR under PerfCap. Meaning that the card can OC more because of the TDP limit. Pussing over 44 mv gets unstable with artifacts.

He was kinda sad because all our card was going over 1500.

So how can we fix this? Custom Bios with unlocked TDP and test it ?



Let me know, and thanks guys. Ive learned so much in this forum.

From my experience overclock in SLI configurations are typically lower than single card configs. Anywhere from 25-75mhz lower.
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Driver question???? I have come back to nvidia for the first time since the GTX280 and have a 980 Ti. I noticed with their driver updates they say "For the best experience with XXX game". Right now I am going to play MGS phantom pain. Do I download the latest driver or get the one before that says "For the best experience with MGS phantom pain"?
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