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ok guys im desperate ...i cannot add any voltage to my 980ti classy!!!

im losing it!!!

none whatsoever, i tried flashing one of the BIOS, i have tried everything i can think off! can someone please help me.
    
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Originally Posted by Gerbacio View Post

ok guys im desperate ...i cannot add any voltage to my 980ti classy!!!

im losing it!!!

none whatsoever, i tried flashing one of the BIOS, i have tried everything i can think off! can someone please help me.

first of all get a probe it and DMM!

either use PX and set kboost and overboost (not overvoltage) or use the classy voltage controller found HERE



ah see your on the classy thread now . . thumb.gif
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Do you or anyone else know what paste they use from the factory? Or cure times maybe? My older unlocked 290 never was above 56 in this same loop. I did just install the card and replaced the water so maybe there is air stuck somewhere. Weird that the cpu is at its norm temp.aube air in the gpu block?

Use any nonconductive paste. I use MX4.
    
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I also use MX4. I asked what people use for TIM on their GPU's.



That is what my EVGA GTX 980 Ti looked like before I replaced the TIM. Sorry about the dog hair but my dog is shedding right now.
    
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I also use MX4. I asked what people use for TIM on their GPU's.



That is what my EVGA GTX 980 Ti looked like before I replaced the TIM. Sorry about the dog hair but my dog is shedding right now.

yea looks a little dry and thin to me.. Def needed more...

makes me wanna redo my gpu with new Thermal compound
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I was to thick and not applied right.
    
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do you noticed idle temp increased with the latest driver?
yes, thank you, so i'm not going mad. after installing latest drivers my idle temps increased by about 10C. from 38-40C to 48-50C. MSI GAMING 6G card mad.gif

it's a bit mind boggling that this driver is out for many days now and no one else cares are pays attention to their temps. i noticed temps discrepancy almost instantly after installing new driver.
Edited by Glottis - 11/8/15 at 7:11am
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yes, thank you, so i'm not going mad. after installing latest drivers my idle temps increased by about 10C. from 38-40C to 48-50C. MSI GAMING 6G card mad.gif

it's a bit mind boggling that this driver is out for many days now and no one else cares are pays attention to their temps. i noticed temps discrepancy almost instantly after installing new driver.

unfortunantly most gamers does not care this things, the increased temp end up with 20W more on my AC too.
please post this problem on the nvidia forum in the hope that next driver will fix this.
https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/892597/official-358-87-game-ready-whql-display-driver-feedback-thread-11-4-15-/?offset=253#4720093
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post #9319 of 16230
I'm going to rma my 980 ti. Something is not right with it. It made my whole system instable and it had pretty bad coilwhine. The box it arrived in was also scratched and had a couple of dents.
post #9320 of 16230
This issue is present with the 358.87? Currently on 358.59 and all is well. WIll not update, thanks for reporting this.

Does the card run higher clocks at idle causing the increase in temps? It should be at 135Mhz in desktop.
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