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See if this works, set your page file to custom 12288mb min and max.

Then try real bench again.

Thanks for the answer, I will try it as soon as I return home on Wednesday evening.
Can I ask you why the page file should help? And why 12288/exactly?

Thanks
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The Witcher 3 Patch 1.11 Update 4K GTX 980 TI SLI FPS Performance Test


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The Witcher 3 Patch 1.11 Update 4K GTX 980 TI SLI FPS Performance Test



Those are low core clocks. Probably get another 10fps if you get them both to 1400MHz and the memory up.
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Those are low core clocks. Probably get another 10fps if you get them both to 1400MHz and the memory up.

Oh these aren't my videos. I simply post these videos in here for anyone who might be interested. I've been following this guy 'DudeRandom84' on YouTube ever since he created his channel and he'll consider requests if you send him a message.
post #9025 of 16147
OK i have gotten now where with this card default clocks Valley score 5968 Overclock with Precision 110% +87mv +75GPU +175 Memory is the only stable clocks i can get and Valley score is only 5983 ***? DX11 2Xaa 1920X1080 Settings.
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That's a really really good score. I would be more than happy with that
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Hi, my Zotac Omega edition has a bios that downclock voltage or TDP, my temps are fine dont pass 57°C with +87mv, and with core voltage at 1,224v downclock to 1,180v, how can i modify this, somebody has a bios that draw TDP limits?, thanks
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OK i have gotten now where with this card default clocks Valley score 5968 Overclock with Precision 110% +87mv +75GPU +175 Memory is the only stable clocks i can get and Valley score is only 5983 ***? DX11 2Xaa 1920X1080 Settings.

That's one thing I have noticed reading around the web and my card is no different. I also had a 980 and it was about the same. Most of the samples of 980Ti will top out around 1500-1550 regardless of voltage/power limit until you get the chip colder. This one has even less leeway than the 980 did in that respect. It's not that they are bad clockers, they're just not a card you can slam the volts to and expect it to play nice. Even if you can't reach 1500 the card is a beast and an awesome piece of technology IMO. thumb.gif
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That's one thing I have noticed reading around the web and my card is no different. I also had a 980 and it was about the same. Most of the samples of 980Ti will top out around 1500-1550 regardless of voltage/power limit until you get the chip colder. This one has even less leeway than the 980 did in that respect. It's not that they are bad clockers, they're just not a card you can slam the volts to and expect it to play nice. Even if you can't reach 1500 the card is a beast and an awesome piece of technology IMO. thumb.gif

Yup, here's the source for anyone interested (by K|NGP|N himself): http://kingpincooling.com/forum/showpost.php?p=30273&postcount=57
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Yup, here's the source for anyone interested (by K|NGP|N himself): http://kingpincooling.com/forum/showpost.php?p=30273&postcount=57

Quite interesting. What I get from it, and I believe it, is that there is specific "cold caps". I have seen this more specifically on my personal 980 Ti at 65C, thus having me look at more exotic cooling solutions like WCing.
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