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Hi guys. I want to thanks all the people involved with thos project! Seriously it give my GPU a big boost and a stable OC!! Only thing that i am concerned a bout is the max boost voltage and my temps. Here is the BIOS i have been taking to flash into my card.

GIGABYTE WF3OC FB0/034E GTX 980 Ti WF3
GigabyteGTX980TiD_PFB0034e.zip 146k .zip file

It seems the voltage is way to hight because GPUZ shows my card is Perfcap by VRel and VOp. It is stuck at 1.243v. I want to know if someone can teach me to lower the max voltage used to OC my card at a reasonable temperature. As of now, i am get as high as 85C (which is locked in AB) at 100% fan speed while i play Crysis 3 at 4k. I just want it to be at max 1.21-1.22v.

Can anyone help please?


Thanks for the feedback.

You may want to look at improving airflow, tying up wires, blowing out dust and mostly importantly adding supplemental fans to your build. Open your case. You want to obviously avoid 85C (91C is max). You should have no problem lowering temps if you work at it a bit and then you can continue to enjoy the higher overclock.

This is not a BIOS mod thread but you are welcome to post in my Gigabyte thread, link in sig. Restricting voltage is possible yes but we have a fully modded BIOS for your GPU posted already. It's all done smile.gif.
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Thanks for the feedback.

You may want to look at improving airflow, tying up wires, blowing out dust and mostly importantly adding supplemental fans to your build. Open your case. You want to obviously avoid 85C (91C is max). You should have no problem lowering temps if you work at it a bit and then you can continue to enjoy the higher overclock.

This is not a BIOS mod thread but you are welcome to post in my Gigabyte thread, link in sig. Restricting voltage is possible yes but we have a fully modded BIOS for your GPU posted already. It's all done smile.gif.
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No problem. I've already tried all the steps above. I have 4 case fans and one blowing on the card. Anyway, it seems it just when the card is playing 4k content. At 1080 p the temps are around 75C.

If there is a way to lock the voltage just above 1.199V it would be great!
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No problem. I've already tried all the steps above. I have 4 case fans and one blowing on the card. Anyway, it seems it just when the card is playing 4k content. At 1080 p the temps are around 75C.

If there is a way to lock the voltage just above 1.199V it would be great!

PM me your zipped BIOS and I'll help ya out wink.gif
post #274 of 311

Hey @Laithan,

 

Would you mind Modding my BIOS as attached to unlock all the voltages on it to give me as much OC headroom as possible ?

 

Cheers ! GM200.zip 152k .zip file

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Hey @Laithan


Would you mind Modding my BIOS as attached to unlock all the voltages on it to give me as much OC headroom as possible ?

Cheers ! GM200.zip 152k .zip file

Sure, here you go. I wasn't sure if you planned to MOD yourself and just needed it unlocked or not. This is your BIOS unlocked (not modded). It will in fact allow for better performance as the voltage throttling can be accessed now as well as the O/C voltage slider range but the BIOS would need to be adjusted.

GM200unlocked.zip 152k .zip file



You didn't ask but... (Click to show)
If you asked me what I would do (outside of installing a water block smile.gif) and you are able to control heat with a custom fan curve/supplemental cooling to compensate for the cooler differences you can actually flash the G1 BIOS to your WF3OC (This is also possible with a 980WF3OC and a 980G1 smile.gif). The reason why you can is because they have identical PCBs the only difference is the cooler and the BIOS smile.gif. The G1 BIOS has some better memory timings and stuff like that to ensure the G1 was faster than the WF3OC and a better cooler that's it. Since your GPU has an F1 BIOS the G1 F4 BIOS should be compatible but a screenshot of GPU-z would confirm what I needed to confirm for you (to confirm memory type). We've got a G1 F4 AIR BIOS already finalized in the OP of my thread (link in sig).

If you weren't comfortable trying that you can still MOD yourself or you can copy ALL the values (all 100% identical, all tabs, entire voltage table, etc triple check) from the G1 MUMOD BIOS over to your WF3OC BIOS and the tweaks would all still work just fine. You just wouldn't be using the G1 BIOS which would slightly impact performance.
post #276 of 311
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE View Post

Hey @Laithan


Would you mind Modding my BIOS as attached to unlock all the voltages on it to give me as much OC headroom as possible ?

Cheers ! GM200.zip 152k .zip file

Sure, here you go. I wasn't sure if you planned to MOD yourself and just needed it unlocked or not. This is your BIOS unlocked (not modded). It will in fact allow for better performance as the voltage throttling can be accessed now as well as the O/C voltage slider range but the BIOS would need to be adjusted.

GM200unlocked.zip 152k .zip file



You didn't ask but... (Click to show)
If you asked me what I would do (outside of installing a water block smile.gif) and you are able to control heat with a custom fan curve/supplemental cooling to compensate for the cooler differences you can actually flash the G1 BIOS to your WF3OC (This is also possible with a 980WF3OC and a 980G1 smile.gif). The reason why you can is because they have identical PCBs the only difference is the cooler and the BIOS smile.gif. The G1 BIOS has some better memory timings and stuff like that to ensure the G1 was faster than the WF3OC and a better cooler that's it. Since your GPU has an F1 BIOS the G1 F4 BIOS should be compatible but a screenshot of GPU-z would confirm what I needed to confirm for you (to confirm memory type). We've got a G1 F4 AIR BIOS already finalized in the OP of my thread (link in sig).

If you weren't comfortable trying that you can still MOD yourself or you can copy ALL the values (all 100% identical, all tabs, entire voltage table, etc triple check) from the G1 MUMOD BIOS over to your WF3OC BIOS and the tweaks would all still work just fine. You just wouldn't be using the G1 BIOS which would slightly impact performance.

Thanks very much. I can confirm that my cards use Hynix memory. Or do you need more info ?

I have no issue using the G1 F4 BIOS but I notice there are two types. DD and DP, which one would I use ?
post #277 of 311
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Thanks very much. I can confirm that my cards use Hynix memory. Or do you need more info ?

I have no issue using the G1 F4 BIOS but I notice there are two types. DD and DP, which one would I use ?

OK that's the same as the 980Ti G1 F4 BIOS so yes the F4 G1 AIR is the one for you. thumb.gif


Here is some basic info but would like to direct your attention here, under the section "How to flash a modified BIOS" as it's specific to a Gigabyte card, very detailed and critical to fully understand. I tucked the DD and DP info in there smile.gif. The BIOS used depends if you have more than one monitor config and/or you sometimes change display outputs as the BIOS used is AUTO-selected @ power on based on display outputs connected at the time (and many are used by BOTH BIOS' so it can be confusing and hard to predict).



Short answer: The BIOS I unlocked for you is a DP BIOS. This means that at the time you extracted it, that was the BIOS used. If nothing has changed with your display config you would still be using DP now and the G1 F4 DP AIR BIOS would be the correct one.

Any questions you can PM me or ask in the thread be happy to help. biggrin.gif
post #278 of 311
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE View Post



Thanks very much. I can confirm that my cards use Hynix memory. Or do you need more info ?

I have no issue using the G1 F4 BIOS but I notice there are two types. DD and DP, which one would I use ?

OK that's the same as the 980Ti G1 F4 BIOS so yes the F4 G1 AIR is the one for you. thumb.gif


Here is some basic info but would like to direct your attention here, under the section "How to flash a modified BIOS" as it's specific to a Gigabyte card, very detailed and critical to fully understand. I tucked the DD and DP info in there smile.gif. The BIOS used depends if you have more than one monitor config and/or you sometimes change display outputs as the BIOS used is AUTO-selected @ power on based on display outputs connected at the time (and many are used by BOTH BIOS' so it can be confusing and hard to predict).



Short answer: The BIOS I unlocked for you is a DP BIOS. This means that at the time you extracted it, that was the BIOS used. If nothing has changed with your display config you would still be using DP now and the G1 F4 DP AIR BIOS would be the correct one.

Any questions you can PM me or ask in the thread be happy to help. biggrin.gif

 

Now that is what I call good information and assistance ! Brilliant. I can confirm that I have Flashed the G1 F4 DP BIOS successfully on both cards and running benchmarks, so far so good :) Just giving Firestrike a few loop tests.

post #279 of 311
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Now that is what I call good information and assistance ! Brilliant. I can confirm that I have Flashed the G1 F4 DP BIOS successfully on both cards and running benchmarks, so far so good smile.gif Just giving Firestrike a few loop tests.

Thank you sir. redface.gif

Just be sure to max both power and voltage sliders when overclocking. wink.gif


Hope it works well for you. OSD is great to keep an eye on temps.
post #280 of 311
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE View Post

Now that is what I call good information and assistance ! Brilliant. I can confirm that I have Flashed the G1 F4 DP BIOS successfully on both cards and running benchmarks, so far so good smile.gif Just giving Firestrike a few loop tests.

Thank you sir. redface.gif

Just be sure to max both power and voltage sliders when overclocking. wink.gif


Hope it works well for you. OSD is great to keep an eye on temps.

 

Thanks, I will do good sir !

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