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post #8711 of 16162
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Originally Posted by TrevorR View Post

I had a reference 980 ti and had the 425 bios and it ran great at 1500/8000 for several months at 1.243v on water. I since then got rid of that and switched to the Msi 980 ti 6g for an even higher oc and put that on water but here is the weird thing, It is not stable with any modded bios. I can run it on stock bios at 1500/8000 at 1.23v for hours on heaven with no crashing but as soon as I used either the 425 bios or 425 1.281 bios it's unstable. It only is unstable as soon as I start messing with the clock or mem. Even with a 1mhz increase, artifacts show up as soon as I increase either the mem or core.

Are these modded bios only designed for reference cards? Or did I get a crappy card?

Idk *** the 425 bios is, but you should never flash a bios that isn't directly linked to this exact card. Far too many variants of power connectors between non reference and reference. Msi 6g uses 2x8. Reference and some non reference use 1x6 1x8 or 3x8. You can easily undersupply or over supply your cards power by using random bioses from different threads that are not extracted from the card itself.
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post #8712 of 16162
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Originally Posted by muhd86 View Post

i have evga gtx 980ti acx.2.0 plus i am quite.confused on the boost pf the.gpu.

in fire.strike.it.jumps between 1488.and.1435.temps.are.like 70c not more i even tried.maxing out the voltages n setings n after butner.but its still same .

my gigabyte g1 970 can do 1506 on.boost why isint the.980 ti.boosting.to 1500mhz

the max oc.n after.burner 170 on the the core but cant reach 1500 n boost

in unigine.valley with same oc it does 1500 boost but not in fire strike

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Boost is determined by voltage.
Downclocking is by heat. After 65° is starts soft throttling
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post #8713 of 16162
I'm a about to order a block for my 980 ti, i'm looking at the titan x nickel block. But will it 'improve' my card in any form? Like clockspeed for example, right now it does around 1460 at 1.23v with the fan at 100%. I will order it no matter what, one benefit is the silence and no throttling i guess.
post #8714 of 16162
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Originally Posted by fyzzz View Post

I'm a about to order a block for my 980 ti, i'm looking at the titan x nickel block. But will it 'improve' my card in any form? Like clockspeed for example, right now it does around 1460 at 1.23v with the fan at 100%. I will order it no matter what, one benefit is the silence and no throttling i guess.
The lower temps will probably help you squeeze out another 20-30mhz or so, but don't expect miracles.
post #8715 of 16162
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Originally Posted by Sorphius View Post

The lower temps will probably help you squeeze out another 20-30mhz or so, but don't expect miracles.
No i don't. I am mainly out after the silence and no throttling , the reference cooler is a a bit loud. I'm still more than happy with this card and getting over 1400+.
post #8716 of 16162
I have been looking into modding my bios, but i haven't got to anywhere and i can not flash the frontpage bioses, because those are based on a evga card and nvflash doesn't like it+ i want to run on my gigabyte bios.
post #8717 of 16162
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Originally Posted by fyzzz View Post

I have been looking into modding my bios, but i haven't got to anywhere and i can not flash the frontpage bioses, because those are based on a evga card and nvflash doesn't like it+ i want to run on my gigabyte bios.

Hey mate.

You need to use the right version of NVflash.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1521334/official-nvflash-with-certificate-checks-bypassed-for-gtx-950-960-970-980-980ti-titan-x/350_50#post_24478111

Look for Maxwell Bios Editor, and simply raise your TDP values. You can emulate the values from the bioses at the first page.
post #8718 of 16162
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Hey mate.

You need to use the right version of NVflash.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1521334/official-nvflash-with-certificate-checks-bypassed-for-gtx-950-960-970-980-980ti-titan-x/350_50#post_24478111

Look for Maxwell Bios Editor, and simply raise your TDP values. You can emulate the values from the bioses at the first page.
Yes i use that version of nvflash. I think however i will revisit bios modding when i get my waterblock.
post #8719 of 16162
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Originally Posted by fyzzz View Post

Yes i use that version of nvflash. I think however i will revisit bios modding when i get my waterblock.

Are you on a reference card? You can use the EVGA bios just fine. Just use the proper nvflash for successful flashing. And keep your stock bios.

---my sweet 980TI is gone. frown.gif me sad.
post #8720 of 16162
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Are you on a reference card? You can use the EVGA bios just fine. Just use the proper nvflash for successful flashing. And keep your stock bios.

---my sweet 980TI is gone. frown.gif me sad.
Yes reference card. I think nvflash has problem with the vendor or something. I can't get it flash a evga bios. I guess i could copy the settings too.

Did you sell your 980 ti?
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