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Drivers can make or break your OC. One thing I hated about nVidia tbh.

Older drivers seem to allow higher clocks.
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Hey guys, after some debating of whether I should skip Maxwell or not(I wan going to skip it probably), I finally gave in since a friend of mine got interested in my 780Ti and sold it.

I pulled the trigger on a Gainward 980Ti GS OC. I would appreciate it if any users who own this card can provide their info/experiences on the card. So far reviews/test I read looks positive.

Thanks! thumb.gif
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Which bios should I use for a 980 Ti Hybrid? The one for watercooling? Thanks!
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I'm done messing with my 980 ti...for now. It does 1460 at 1.23v and 1475 at 1.25v. I can't run that anyways because of the cooler. I'm happy with those clocks and can hopefully run those clock under water or higher. I feel temp limited right now and wow is the cooler loud at 100%. My asic is 'only 71%', but i think this card clocks decent anyway. I'm excited to get it under water and be able to run those clocks without throttling and with silence.
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I'm done messing with my 980 ti...for now. It does 1460 at 1.23v and 1475 at 1.25v. I can't run that anyways because of the cooler. I'm happy with those clocks and can hopefully run those clock under water or higher. I feel temp limited right now and wow is the cooler loud at 100%. My asic is 'only 71%', but i think this card clocks decent anyway. I'm excited to get it under water and be able to run those clocks without throttling and with silence.

Nice job.

What happens to the 290 now? That gem will get some interested heads for sure!
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Nice job.

What happens to the 290 now? That gem will get some interested heads for sure!
Will probably keep it. I have a second rig. But if i'm going to use in there, i will need a better psu. Atleast i got to max it out on water before i switched it out.
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I'm done messing with my 980 ti...for now. It does 1460 at 1.23v and 1475 at 1.25v. I can't run that anyways because of the cooler. I'm happy with those clocks and can hopefully run those clock under water or higher. I feel temp limited right now and wow is the cooler loud at 100%. My asic is 'only 71%', but i think this card clocks decent anyway. I'm excited to get it under water and be able to run those clocks without throttling and with silence.

I bet you will get 1490-1500 out of it on water @ 1.26v
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I bet you will get 1490-1500 out of it on water @ 1.26v
Thats what I am gonna have to do as well.
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1500/2000 on a reference blower is even possible. thumb.gif but me a deaf and only see numbers
post #8760 of 16230
Hey, Do these cards run naturally hot? Besides that, i really want to know if running my Gigabyte g1 980ti @ 75-80% fan speed while gaming bad for the card? I do it to cool down, but in reality, is it doing more harm than good? Please let me know.
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