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I'm sorry, I keep saying that and I mean 1.200
What 980 ti u have?, afterburner 4.2.0 beta works on a Zotac 980 ti ?
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Hey guys!

This has been asked before too but I just can't find the answer now. How much TDP is safe for a reference card with 8 + 6 connectors? My goal is to rise my card's TDP 110 -> 130% without modifying anything extra.

I dont think tdp has any negative side effects nor have i ever heard of anyone frying a card by tdp only settings. Youll meet a heat threshold before finding a unsafe tdp setting.
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The beta doesn't help me really anyway but, maybe? I've noticed that using the default reference voltage setting tweaks work best with it anyway as I don't like to set a constant voltage for 24/7 use.
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I dont think tdp has any negative side effects nor have i ever heard of anyone frying a card by tdp only settings. Youll meet a heat threshold before finding a unsafe tdp setting.

Sure but I dont want to put more wattage than what pci-e rails can/should deliver.
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Sure but I dont want to put more wattage than what pci-e rails can/should deliver.

if your sig is accurate your psu only has one +12v rail, so no ocp trip points below 83A. the pci-e cables can take quite a bit over the atx spec, if anything the platic connectors will be the first thing to burn.
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Your not exactly telling the card to run that wattage. Only giving it a threshold of what its allowed to take if it requires it. The "normal outdated" specs giving by 6pin&8pin+PCIE Slot already equals to 300w. Nvidia just limits you to 250w in the bios for their power efficiency. 130% would be 325w which would no way harm your card.
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if your sig is accurate your psu only has one +12v rail, so no ocp trip points below 83A. the pci-e cables can take quite a bit over the atx spec, if anything the plastic connectors will be the first thing to burn.

That's exactly what happened to my Seasonic when I ran Furmark for about 2-3 minutes at 1.237v with about 390W tdp. As a result of the "melting", that rail can no longer provide full power to the card anymore, if the card is fully loaded -- it would just shut down. Another rail (that hasn't melted) works just fine. No -- I am not going to reproduce the issue for you, as I am on my last PCI-e cable. I would advise using two rails to power the card if one is going to stress with Furmark, at the cost of a little more cable clutter.
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You ran one cable for 390w?
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Your not exactly telling the card to run that wattage. Only giving it a threshold of what its allowed to take if it requires it. The "normal outdated" specs giving by 6pin&8pin+PCIE Slot already equals to 300w. Nvidia just limits you to 250w in the bios for their power efficiency. 130% would be 325w which would no way harm your card.


Yeah I know that that it is not probably using as much as I'm allowing it to. I just want to make sure that my limits are safe so that I have 'everything in control'. 325W sounds about right now i just need to check how much per connector ( 6 + 8) can I allow.
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Yeah I know that that it is not probably using as much as I'm allowing it to. I just want to make sure that my limits are safe so that I have 'everything in control'. 325W sounds about right now i just need to check how much per connector ( 6 + 8) can I allow.

Depends on psu make, but normal guidelines, as 6 and 8 pins are capable of more then these numbers. Nowadays these are more likely considered the minimums.
6pin 75w
8pin 150w

Dont change this though
PCIE Slot 75w
Edited by ZWingerRyRy - 11/12/15 at 8:02am
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