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Have a great GPU and Mr.Dark made custom bios's for me
Benched the hell out of everything and got good score's
Settled on stock bios the natural scaling was that good
It was a lot of fun to bench for scores then you have real world gaming
Just sent Zotac an email to try to get a preorder in on the 1080Ti Amp Extreme
Fingers crossed:thumb:
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Originally Posted by jarble View Post

With memory its hard to say what clocks users are reporting as its quad pumped. Some people report the clocks in gpz some from other tools so I never know.
But yes you can squeeze a bit more out for benchmarks with it gaming I would give it a pass. I ran plus 300 in afterburner without much problem past that it was a roll of the dice if it would take it or not.thumb.gif I recommend taking it up by 200 and then stepping it up in 50 blocks until you don't see a score change.



Stock is 1140mhz core 1753 memory 1279 boost

Generally there is a lot of headroom for overclocking, all manufacturers will lower default spec because it drastically lowers the defect rate .
Edited by b0oMeR - 4/7/17 at 10:53pm
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Originally Posted by b0oMeR View Post



Stock is 1140mhz core 1753 memory 1279 boost

Generally there is a lot of headroom for overclocking, all manufacturers will lower default spec because it drastically lowers the defect rate .

Weird. The specs I've seen for the Zotac 980Ti AMP Extreme were:

Engine Clock

Base: 1253 MHz

Boost: 1355 MHz
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Stock is 1140mhz core 1753 memory 1279 boost

Generally there is a lot of headroom for overclocking, all manufacturers will lower default spec because it drastically lowers the defect rate .

That's a gpuz shot of a 970
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Hello guys and then have missed a few days I had to do, but I was able to try out the PC pretty well.
-Mod bios = pc will shut down and restart both overclocking is in stock
-Original bios = pc is fine does not restart it in stock it with a slight overclock, even now I was able to go a little higher with the clock maybe the GPU has as "improved" after the mod bios.
Things I think are two: either the corsair 650RM power supply fails to give a good peak current, or there is some other problem that still can not locate.
What do you think?
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Hello guys and then have missed a few days I had to do, but I was able to try out the PC pretty well.
-Mod bios = pc will shut down and restart both overclocking is in stock
-Original bios = pc is fine does not restart it in stock it with a slight overclock, even now I was able to go a little higher with the clock maybe the GPU has as "improved" after the mod bios.
Things I think are two: either the corsair 650RM power supply fails to give a good peak current, or there is some other problem that still can not locate.
What do you think?
It could be faulty wiring like in the house because i was having a similar issue except whenever i would bench my cards my breaker would trip, in my scenario it turned out to be a faulty breaker. i say maybe it could be weak wiring in the house because you say it just shuts off your system.
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Originally Posted by roberta507 View Post

Have a great GPU and Mr.Dark made custom bios's for me
Benched the hell out of everything and got good score's
Settled on stock bios the natural scaling was that good
It was a lot of fun to bench for scores then you have real world gaming
Just sent Zotac an email to try to get a preorder in on the 1080Ti Amp Extreme
Fingers crossed:thumb:

hope you get one biggrin.gif Zotac will remain on my short list for any gpu's in the future.
I ended going with the founders edition so I would not have to wait on a gpu block thumb.gif
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Hey guys,

Having some weird issues. I've flashed FanFix-V2 BIOS and am now able to get much better clocks as you can imagine. However, I've had problems with the Memory Clock before and after the flash. I've always seen guides going anywhere from +200/+450 memory, but I can't get mine over +132 without artifacts and crashing. GPU-Z shows 3881.3 MHz which doesn't seem bad, but it's definitely not what I'm seeing other users get.

Additionally, if I keep bumping my clock speed up, I can easily get it to 1530+ and there's no problems. However, the boost clock will kick in for Heaven or Adobe Premiere Pro and jump to over 1650 mhz and crash the app and Nvidia drivers. Any idea how to limit that? Otherwise, I have to set my boost clock to +1530 and the clock runs at 1300mhz or less.

Current MSI Afterburner settings are:

Core Voltage: +85
Power Limit: 111%
Temp Limit: 83C
Core Clock +74
Memory Clock: +132
Fan: Auto

Any help appreciated.
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Use GPUZ
Click on icon in upper left hand corner to get drop down menu
Pick... read ASIC quality and get rating
This will let you know what your working with and quality of the GPU
Edited by roberta507 - 4/28/17 at 2:26am
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Hey guys,

Having some weird issues. I've flashed FanFix-V2 BIOS and am now able to get much better clocks as you can imagine. However, I've had problems with the Memory Clock before and after the flash. I've always seen guides going anywhere from +200/+450 memory, but I can't get mine over +132 without artifacts and crashing. GPU-Z shows 3881.3 MHz which doesn't seem bad, but it's definitely not what I'm seeing other users get.

Additionally, if I keep bumping my clock speed up, I can easily get it to 1530+ and there's no problems. However, the boost clock will kick in for Heaven or Adobe Premiere Pro and jump to over 1650 mhz and crash the app and Nvidia drivers. Any idea how to limit that? Otherwise, I have to set my boost clock to +1530 and the clock runs at 1300mhz or less.

Current MSI Afterburner settings are:

Core Voltage: +85
Power Limit: 111%
Temp Limit: 83C
Core Clock +74
Memory Clock: +132
Fan: Auto

Any help appreciated.

You really want to aim for your max clocks under load. As for the memory it sounds like you did not get a golden set but +132 is not bad per say. My recommendation is to drop your clocks down to +50 and run heaven (or what ever bench you like) and slowly step up your clocks every run till you find your max. Keep in mind that unless you are under water you are probably going to get some temp bins.
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