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Hi..All

Would you mind sharing original NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti(Vanilla) rom 84.00.32.00.01?

I saw that MSI 980 Ti Reference using that exact version. Is it the one?

This is my stock BIOS for a reference Zotac 980Ti. Not sure if it's vanilla or if Zotac modified it. Maxwell BIOS Tweaker shows it as Nvidia 84.00.32.00.01.
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It's fairly simple. If you have questions there's members that know how to do it and can help you along the way. You'll need nvflash as well and you can get both here.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1521334/official-nvflash-with-certificate-checks-bypassed-for-gtx-950-960-970-980-980ti-titan-x

I'm familiar with flashing, as I flashed my old 780's. Just actually tweaking the bios, I don't want to **** something up...
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thanks alot.

ok so i went ahead and got the valley and heaven benchmark up and working finally. and here are the scores.





after i over clock the cpu tomorrow ill redo all 3 tests an post results. but so far very happy =)

cant wait for my 2nd 980 Ti G1 and water cooling:D:D

Am I missing something? That score seems like half of where it should be.
    
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Thanks. I will try to flash it on my Asus ref card.
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Thanks. I will try to flash it on my Asus ref card.
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I'm familiar with flashing, as I flashed my old 780's. Just actually tweaking the bios, I don't want to **** something up...
Am I missing something? That score seems like half of where it should be.

Never seen that multimonitor statis before for 1080p. Presume thats the reason its much lower. Unless Uni changed their scoring again.
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I'm familiar with flashing, as I flashed my old 780's. Just actually tweaking the bios, I don't want to **** something up...

Here's how I've done mine. Someone feel free to correct me if I'm wrong here. These are 4, 5 and 6 if you are counting from the top to the bottom of the power table.

Add to "Def" and then adjust "Max" below it to the same percentage it was (or slightly higher) before you changed "Def". Just changing the TDP value will stop the throttling, but as I understand it changing the other values allow the card to draw more power from the PSU. On the reference PCB there are 2 PCIe power cables (ie. PSU 1 and PSU 2). Looks like I forgot the U on the PSU 2, but you get the idea...
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Based on my TDP, 400W, under load it will hit about 60%, which is about 240W. Hypothetically I believe those PCIe cable can produce 150W max and the PCIe slot can produce 75W max; however, I have yet to actually test it with a DMM. Again someone correct me if I'm wrong because I'm still learning.

As to messing it up and wouldn't worry about it too much. As long as your using the BIOS Tweaker and not modifying it with a hex editor I think you're safe.
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Edited by james41382 - 11/4/15 at 6:38am
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I'm familiar with flashing, as I flashed my old 780's. Just actually tweaking the bios, I don't want to **** something up...
Am I missing something? That score seems like half of where it should be.

really? dont say that bro lol

can anyone confirm?
post #9198 of 16162
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Originally Posted by james41382 View Post

Here's how I've done mine. Someone feel free to correct me if I'm wrong here. These are 4, 5 and 6 if you are counting from the top to the bottom of the power table.

Add to "Def" and then adjust "Max" below it to the same percentage it was (or slightly higher) before you changed "Def". Just changing the TDP value will stop the throttling, but as I understand it changing the other values allow the card to draw more power from the PSU. On the reference PCB there are 2 PCIe power cables (ie. PSU 1 and PSU 2). Looks like I forgot the U on the PSU 2, but you get the idea...
lachen.gif

Based on my TDP, 400W, under load it will hit about 60%, which is about 240W. Hypothetically I believe those PCIe cable can produce 150W max and the PCIe slot can produce 75W max; however, I have yet to actually test it with a DMM. Again someone correct me if I'm wrong because I'm still learning.

As to messing it up and wouldn't worry about it too much. As long as your using the BIOS Tweaker and not modifying it with a hex editor I think you're safe.
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You don't add 75k(75w) to each pcie connector.

The reference 980ti by Zotac is a :
6pin = rated upto 75w(75000)
8pin = rated upto 150w(150000)

Total tdp is where the 75w from the Pcie lane is added. Naturally you're already set to hit 324w, but Nvidia limits these cards to 250w. Manufacturer's allow 275w +(110% for you in your overclock utility) If you raised your max tdp to 324 in bios you would allow max potential based off base data. 201w on a 75w rated connector and 257w on a 150w rated connector might not be healthy.
Edited by ZWingerRyRy - 11/4/15 at 8:15am
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Am I missing something? That score seems like half of where it should be.

yeah it is. most likely the part where he mentions not over clocked CPU is the case.
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really? dont say that bro lol

can anyone confirm?

it should be around 4000 score for the extreme HD settings with his components and single GPU GTX 980 Ti and most likely not overclocked CPU is the case, but the guy already knows that and said will post updated scores once cpu is overclocked... @ 4.5Ghz and 980 Ti he will get 4200 for sure!!

p.s.
you can see with same hardware and 5820@4.75 you can easily get 4800
http://www.overclock.net/t/1360884/official-top-30-unigine-valley-benchmark-1-0/12700#post_24567840 (12702)
Edited by snaf2k - 11/4/15 at 9:59am
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yeah it is. most likely the part where he mentions not over clocked CPU is the case.
it should be around 4000 score for the extreme HD settings with his components and single GPU GTX 980 Ti and most likely not overclocked CPU is the case, but the guy already knows that and said will post updated scores once cpu is overclocked... @ 4.5Ghz and 980 Ti he will get 4200 for sure!!

p.s.
you can see with same hardware and 5820@4.75 you can easily get 4800
http://www.overclock.net/t/1360884/official-top-30-unigine-valley-benchmark-1-0/12700#post_24567840 (12702)


ok also this was in dual monitor mode. ill be messing with it tonight and ill keep you guys posted. hopefully i can keep it stable at 4.5 because it crashed after 15 min last night, but didnt get over 68c so idk maybe needs more voltage or memory does. who knows. this SYTZ complicated.
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