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358.91 drivers has the same high idle temperature problem on the system in signature than previous 358.87 drivers.
the most recent drivers where I don't have high idle temperature problem is 358.50.

will nvidia make it right next time?
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Anyone else having low fps problems in borderless mode (Windows 7 64 bit)? Ever since I had updated to the new drivers I get max of 24 fps in every game I play borderless windowed.

It goes back to normal on driver version 358.50.
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What's up guys. Got a refund on my EVGA 970 SSC and bought an EVGA 980 TI Hybrid. Love it.

Been messing with some overclocking, first time so solely using MSI Afterburner and Valley/3D Mark. I was able to achieve 1484 core clock, 3996 mem clock. Voltage is at 1.199, used +12mv, +120 core, +490 mem, 110% power. Temps stabilized at 53C.

Is this a decent overclock for this card? I was looking at some other results on the 3D mark page and it seems like some people are getting much higher single GPU scores using the same card.

EDIT: The score I got with the above settings on Fire Strike 1.1 was 15030. I did achieve 15087 but didn't write down what the clocks were set to.

EDIT2: Upped my processor overlock to 4.4 from 4.2. Still using an i5 4670k, so assuming processor is having a lot to do with the lower score. Achieved a 15519 from the overclock.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6453269
Edited by Rixx - 11/10/15 at 9:35pm
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What's up guys. Got a refund on my EVGA 970 SSC and bought an EVGA 980 TI Hybrid. Love it.

Been messing with some overclocking, first time so solely using MSI Afterburner and Valley/3D Mark. I was able to achieve 1484 core clock, 3996 mem clock. Voltage is at 1.199, used +12mv, +120 core, +490 mem, 110% power. Temps stabilized at 53C.

Is this a decent overclock for this card? I was looking at some other results on the 3D mark page and it seems like some people are getting much higher single GPU scores using the same card.

EDIT: The score I got with the above settings on Fire Strike 1.1 was 15030. I did achieve 15087 but didn't write down what the clocks were set to.

EDIT2: Upped my processor overlock to 4.4 from 4.2. Still using an i5 4670k, so assuming processor is having a lot to do with the lower score. Achieved a 15519 from the overclock.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6453269

You got 176 gpu score points more than me(21123) with my card at 1524/8050. So either my score is low or your is pretty good. Seems good to me.

Also since you are @1.2v and some card go to 1.23v from stock I would say thats a good OC. thumb.gif

Btw congrats on the new 980Ti. I'm sure you will enjoy it. biggrin.gif
Edited by Koniakki - 11/10/15 at 10:11pm
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Hello Guys,

I'm new here but i just want to share my very first water cooled pc-build with you.

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GPU's: 2 x EVGA 980Ti SC (Asic 72&71)
RAM: 32Gb Geil Super Luce DDR4 (Cas: 16-18-18-36@3400mhz)
CPU: 5960X @ 4.6Ghz with 1.32v
Mobo:ASUS Rampage V Extreme
OS Storage: 500Gb Samsung 950 Pro nVME SSD
Mass storage: 2 x 1Tb 850 Pro SSD (Raid 0)

Cooling:

I have two independent water loops. in each loop are 2 EKWB-D5-PWM pumps for reliability in case one of them is dying.

GPU-Loop: 1 x 560 radiator,
1 x 480 radiator,
1 x 240 radiator

CPU-Loop: 1 x 480 radiator,
1 x 240 radiator

I have a total of 20 fans in this system. i used the Noiseblocker PL/PK1 with 700rpm because low noise was the goal here wink.gif
Temps for both GPU's never go above 50 degrees and the CPU is maxed out at 60 degrees. you simply can't hear anything while gaming. the loudest part of the system is no the buzzing of the PSU biggrin.gif
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Welcome and that's a fricking amazing Rig! Someone's is watching JayTwoCent's I think. Or I could be wrong. tongue.gif

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Just got a lightning the other day, this thing [nerd]shreds pixels.[/nerd] Way outperforms the 660, 760, and even kills the 980 I had previously.
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That's a mighty nice case you've got there and impeccable cable management, that would be a good pic for ghetto rigging thread smile.gif



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XD yeah im still trying to figure out what case I want actually. I'm just lazy and didn't buy one. I want to get "the one."



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With a 5820K he absolutely needs a higher wattage PSU. Maybe if you don't overclock anything 750W would just barely be enough. 1000-1200W is best for X99 w/ SLI.
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w/ i7-3770K (4.5Ghz 1.28v) and 980ti Classy (1405Ghz 1.23v) ran me 535 watts from the wall (516 with PSU efficeny @ 89%) running furmark and prime95 custom blend.

gaming would be less but you may want to cover your bases a bit better esp. with something better than that earthwatts PSU i saw. earthwatts is really for a "mainstream" build.

E;
read here for suggestions:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1575991/600-650-watts-comparison-thread-fully-modular/0_50


I think I have seen close to 600W from the wall running Realbench. That was with my previous 780Ti@1230Mhz with my 5820K@4.5 or 4.6Ghz@1.3v. Can't remember exat numbers. tongue.gif

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Soooo been wanting to upgrade my GPU for a while.

You guys think this is a good deal?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127902

MSI 980 Ti 6GD5T OC for - rebate - Amex credit =

Or should I wait for black friday?

Lucky US people.. That's almost cheaper from what I paid in EU for my 980Ti which was the cheapest I could find.

I know its not directly comparable but just saying. wink.gif
Edited by Koniakki - 11/10/15 at 11:04pm
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Tweeked a little more. Upped CPU overlock to 4.6, and GPU core up by 150, dropped mem to 480 and got 15681.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6456437

Still don't understand the core voltage 100%, currently using +20mv, which puts it at 1.218. If I use the full +87 and get a stable +core number can I just dial the mV back or is it not that simple?
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358.91 drivers has the same high idle temperature problem on the system in signature than previous 358.87 drivers.
the most recent drivers where I don't have high idle temperature problem is 358.50.

will nvidia make it right next time?

They said that the fix will be on the next drive update, not this one.
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You got 176 gpu score points more than me(21123) with my card at 1524/8050. So either my score is low or your is pretty good. Seems good to me.

Also since you are @1.2v and some card go to 1.23v from stock I would say thats a good OC. thumb.gif

Btw congrats on the new 980Ti. I'm sure you will enjoy it. biggrin.gif


Highest score I was able to accomplish.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6399565

That score was with a modded BIOS that I had created so the benchmark is saying 1542MHz which was my tdp base line in the BIOS but it was really either 1500 or 1480ish I can't remember..

What I've noticed is that these cards really do not like the temperature to ramp up, to quick. If you can keep the temperatures from going from say 39c to 60c from the jump of starting a benchmark and keep it more at around 39c ramp up to 50c the card will be way more stable and get way better results in benchmarks and be all around more stable in games.

I noticed this because I have the lightning with the stock lightning cooler, no water. If I don't have an aggressive enough fan profile my card becomes unstable at ramp up and it's not like the temps I am talking about here are high either which is what made me notice it and think it's weird compared to my previous gpus that I've overclocked.. If I run the fan at 100% I never have a single problem while benching. I managed to get my profile aggressive enough to where my scores are consistent with having my fan at 100% scores.

What I am also noticing is that it seems like no one has a handle on the power tables yet because I have yet to get a custom bios with a modded power table that is 100% stable while gaming for my card. My best option has been to stick with the default BIOS that came with the card because it seems to be the most stable. This card goes to 1430 out of the box when I give it 1.20 volts or a +.10mv bump using the reference afterburner voltage adjustments in afterburner 4.2.0.
Edited by truehighroller1 - 11/11/15 at 5:55pm
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Got my PNY reference 980 TI this past weekend along with an EK Titan X block. Flashed the 425 bios and have been messing around. Bit disappointed mine tops out 100% stable at 1500 but it runs super cool topping out at 45C after a couple hours of gaming. Everything runs incredibly smooth with this card.


http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6451456
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They said that the fix will be on the next drive update, not this one.

can you tell me where they saied it please?
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