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Originally Posted by BroHamBone View Post

So im wanting to get rid of my boost clock....and i am looking at sheysters : 980Ti-SC-425-1281mv.zip


- Based on the EVGA SC BIOS, no boost limit
- 350W default power target at 100%
- 425W max power target at 121%
- 1.281v under load

Im using two EVGA SC's with nearly same ASIC (69 and 70)

Should this be fine then?
Just copy the tables over.
If you find that some sliders are missing or in different places, the BIOS is based on a different board.
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Originally Posted by hertz9753 View Post

I was trying to be helpful. You also stated that you had the cards. If that is true put them in the MB and measure.

Don't be mad I just read the post as it was written.

I do have an ASUS Z77 WS and it looks like 80mm from the first to third slot.

Sorry it came across to me as being a wiseass. My misunderstanding. And yes I did have the card had to Rma it before even installed. Replacement should be here wensday hopefully
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PSU: 1x Seasonic 1200w Platinum
CPU: i7-5960x ( 4.1Ghz / 1.232v )

So they work fine without overclock but you are getting reboots when going over 1400mhz boost?

The 1200w should be plenty but you never know. Do you have one of those display power sockets which show you how many W your rig is pulling from the wall.

Reboots usually mean an insuficient power supply.
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Originally Posted by skkane View Post


So they work fine without overclock but you are getting reboots when going over 1400mhz boost?

The 1200w should be plenty but you never know. Do you have one of those display power sockets which show you how many W your rig is pulling from the wall.

Reboots usually mean an insuficient power supply.

 

If I recall right he has 3-way GTX 980 Ti SLI, that overclocked together with a 5960X requires more power than 1200 W.

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Yes, that is what I am worried about myself. I have 1200W for X99 and 2-way. But there are some that claim a 1200W would push 3-way without problems so it's a mixed bag... Personally, for 3-way sli & x99 i would not run anything less then 1500W.
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Originally Posted by white owl View Post

Just copy the tables over.
If you find that some sliders are missing or in different places, the BIOS is based on a different board.

If he based it off the SC board, it should be the same board as mine....?

Are you saying to me, download the bios tweaker and modify my own? redface.gif
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If he based it off the SC board, it should be the same board as mine....?

Are you saying to me, download the bios tweaker and modify my own? redface.gif

it IS a modded SC w/ACX cooling bios:


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I have a 980Ti MSI Gaming 6G paired with a 6700k CPU at 4.6ghz and a 2560x1440 144Hz XB270HU G-Sync monitor. The games I currently play The witcher 3, Far Cry 4, MGS 5, GTA V, Shadows of Mordor and in a few weeks Fallout 4 seem to hover that 50-80 FPS region depending on the game when the settings are reasonably high settings ie. Ultra everything besides max AA and that usual "killer setting" that some games have. I would like to have a better experience with the FPS being closer to that 100+ region in AAA titles. I have heard some people say SLI does work with G-Sync and some say that is terrible and not worth it. Can anyone comment that would have first hand experience with SLI + G-Sync and a high refresh rate monitor? Thanks in advance.

Question 2... Why does GTA V stutter? I have samsung 850 EVO's in Raid 0 so I am doubting it is a hard drive related thing... 16gb DDR4 RAM at CAS15 3000MHz I am hoping that is not it... To describe the stutter (not like crappy crossfire stutter), I mean like a region loading hitch which can happen during the end of cut scenes in the transition to putting you back in control of the character or every now and again while driving a slight pause no more than a second and then back to action. But happens often enough to snap you back into reality again. Especially during chases from police or trying to chase and shoot out of your car. So what gives??

-Chronicfx
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Originally Posted by looniam View Post

pssst go here:
MBT 1.36 and GM200 BIOS - Voltage sliders missing

Awesome thank you!!! +REP to you smile.gif
Edited by sticks435 - 10/25/15 at 11:40am
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Awesome thank you!!! +REP to you smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1558645/official-nvidia-gtx-980-ti-owners-club/8370#post_24468061
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