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post #9211 of 16143
I have the blower fan on the card start at 40%.


30C = 50%

35C=60%

40C =75%



Something like that, is my fan curve. With some dots in-between for smaller increments. So when I was getting crashes, the blower fan was only running at 1900RPM, even though the GPU was under 100% load. Now the on-card fan runs at 3900rpm when I'm benching.


Edit: My current settings, 980ti Hybrid are: +74mV (Max power/temp targets) GPU +100 (boosts around 1450 currently) Mem +250.


Highest Temps I'm seeing are 43C and that is with mis-matched fans. (need to change case around some still) I'm going to keep moving things up and see how high it will go stable, before I actually consider any BIOS mods, which I currently know nothing about.

Edit2: Now that I think about It, why doesn't AB/PX monitor VRam Temps? That seems like an oversight.
Edited by DrSmoke - 11/4/15 at 5:35pm
post #9212 of 16143
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Originally Posted by ZWingerRyRy View Post

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.

I have 6+2pin cables, which are still 150W I believe. The 6pin is just missing 2 GND wires. The PSU has to be able to provide enough power on the 12V rail though. I'm using the recommended configuration for the PSU, which is 1 PCIe connector per PCIe output from the PSU.

Would you recommended changing those values and if so how would you change them?
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Originally Posted by looniam View Post

don't let those SIG specs throw you off too much. the standard terminal (mainstream PSUs) can supply 8 amps while better ones can supply ~11-13 amps using 18 gauge wire (better PSUs use 16 gauge).

i am talking these:


each wire can supply 96 watts min for 192 watts-6 pin, 288 watts-8 pin. so if one is using say a corsair CX series, yeah they're pushing the 6 pin but a better PSU like that seasonic-X they have could handle much more (264/396 as opposed to 192/288)

here:

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/power-supply-specifications-atx-reference,3061-12.html

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I have a Seasonic X Series 1050W, which uses 16 AWG IIRC. I built the system with the thought in mind that I might want a second GPU so I went for the larger PSU.
Edited by james41382 - 11/4/15 at 8:55pm
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post #9213 of 16143
OK guys. well after 2 days of tweaking i think im finally done overclocking my CPU and GPU =)


Here is where im at as of now. stable and happy =)









and my benchmarks...







not sure what that driver error is about
Edited by Alpina 7 - 11/4/15 at 11:16pm
post #9214 of 16143
I have a gtx980ti SLI, on my rig the new 358.87drivers produces 60c idle temp on both cards while I get 42c with previous driver.

Is there someone else with this problem.?
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post #9215 of 16143
Hello!

Really nice post, thank you so much!
I just wonder that, I own a EVGA GTX980Ti Classified(not KINGPIN), are the bios-es in the post suitable for my card? I think according to what I read, they are based on SuperClocked model.

Thank you!
post #9216 of 16143
You can modify yours for sure. Set Power Limits and go.
post #9217 of 16143
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

You can modify yours for sure. Set Power Limits and go.
Hi, is there any guide or instruction that I can refer to while tweaking my bios? I'm kind of confused what to do.
post #9218 of 16143
Search Maxwell Bios Tweaker on this forum. A thread is dedicated for it.
post #9219 of 16143
Hi, i'm planning on trying out the green this time around and thinking of joining this club with a EVGA 980 ti Hydro Copper. Does anyone here have any experience with this card or should i get another model and buy the block seperately? Price wise it seems to be about the same either way.

This is what i'm looking at right now:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487145&cm_re=980_ti-_-14-487-145-_-Product
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What settings are you using? What values are you seeing under load? Are you being capped by power?

i have a 1500watt psu , in after burner even with 1 gpu in the rig ---its not constant 1500mhz boost --is always under this , i have tried oc the gpu even it goes till 1488mhz also goes till 1505 but goes down , temps dont go above 70c

i have tried to benchmark it in many games , benchmarks , its goes till 1500 for a sec then goes down to 1488 and stays there --like its got a mind of its own
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