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All I can say is WOW what a beast of a card ! It's so much stronger than the 980. http://hwbot.org/submission/3015057_ On water 1600+ with boost. That was core then I had to dial in memory later to 1979


The hwbot Heaven is severly outdated btw. Extreme is 1600x900 also. I wouldn't use that for testing stability.
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Opps, HWBOT screenies would give you the idwa that he is a bencher. And benchers don't put too much emphasis on stability. tongue.gif
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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.

 

I agree with you. I have seen people post that with 2-way they were using around 950W-1000W (with a 1450 MHz overclock I believe). 3-way on 1200 is fine only if you have a really light overclock, anything higher needs a 1500W PSU.

post #9004 of 16101
I'd say 3 x 980ti's with custom bios with increase power limit would eat 1050-1150w alone + x99 5960x oc i say easily 190-220W? + storage etc. Now, that's if all things were perfect with SLI and each card was getting 99% utilization which is not usually the case. I bet you'd get like 60-75% util out of them during gaming.

1200w seems light indeed with oc.
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Originally Posted by Johan45 View Post

All I can say is WOW what a beast of a card ! It's so much stronger than the 980. http://hwbot.org/submission/3015057_ On water 1600+ with boost. That was core then I had to dial in memory later to 1979


The hwbot Heaven is severly outdated btw. Extreme is 1600x900 also. I wouldn't use that for testing stability.
It's still one of the hardest benchmarks to pass biggrin.gif

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Opps, HWBOT screenies would give you the idwa that he is a bencher. And benchers don't put too much emphasis on stability. tongue.gif

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I can't wait to really make it go. Muahahaha
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I guess, but if you can't pass 1920x1080 @ 1600 Mhz then whats the point? Besides competing vs other people running 1600x900.

*Correction its 1680x1050(odd resolution) x4 AA

Go compete with these guys, curious to see if 1600 holds at their requirements.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1235557/official-top-30-heaven-benchmark-4-0-scores
Edited by ZWingerRyRy - 10/25/15 at 3:39pm
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HELP!!!

Suddenly, I saw that my Inno 980ti cannot run PCI-E 3.0 X16! It runs PCI-E 3.0 X8!

http://postimg.org/image/kbf08t8kp/

I tried everything from bios. All the others pci-e is empty!

My setup is Asus Z97 Hero VII, 4790K, 4x4gb Kingston beast 2400mhz.

Do you know something on this problem ?
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HELP!!!

Suddenly, I saw that my Inno 980ti cannot run PCI-E 3.0 X16! It runs PCI-E 3.0 X8!

http://postimg.org/image/kbf08t8kp/

I tried everything from bios. All the others pci-e is empty!

My setup is Asus Z97 Hero VII, 4790K, 4x4gb Kingston beast 2400mhz.

Do you know something on this problem ?

Is it in the Pci-e closest to the cpu?

Picture of your system upclose would help.
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HELP!!!

Suddenly, I saw that my Inno 980ti cannot run PCI-E 3.0 X16! It runs PCI-E X8!

I tried everything from bios. All the others pci is empty!

My setup is Asus Z97 Hero VII, 4790K, 4x4gb Kingston beast 2400mhz.

Do you know something on this problem ?
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Is it in the Pci-e closest to the cpu?

Picture of your system upclose would help.

Yes, I use the first pci-ex 3.0 which is x16
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Does anyone have experience with G-Sync + 980 Ti SLI + 144Hz monitor? Does G-Sync work just as well to smooth out frames with SLI as a single card?
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