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What temperature does this GPU run at when overclocked in load at stock fan settings

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post #202 of 1097
Dear owners of MSI Lightning 980ti (non LE version)
the 3 fans from Msi Lightning 980ti (non LE version) the fans are exhaust or intake ?
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Dear owners of MSI Lightning 980ti (non LE version)
the 3 fans from Msi Lightning 980ti (non LE version) the fans are exhaust or intake ?

Intake, they pull air in and blow it over the heatsink
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post #204 of 1097
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Intake, they pull air in and blow it over the heatsink
all 3 fans are intake ?
because zotac amp extreme 980ti , middle is intake and the 2 side fans are exhaust, wondering if its the same ?
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all 3 fans are intake ?
because zotac amp extreme 980ti , middle is intake and the 2 side fans are exhaust, wondering if its the same ?
http://us.msi.com/product/vga/GTX-980Ti-LIGHTNING.html#hero-overview

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post #206 of 1097
Deleted. It went unstable. So am trying some new settings out.
Edited by Sphere07 - 10/20/15 at 2:00am
post #207 of 1097
Well so far the highest I can clock my gpu before it starts locking up is 1450Mhz (open case - gpu temp tops out at 68c under load using the default fan profile)

Clearly MSI Afterburner 4.2.0 beta 2 isn't working as expected (well it is a beta after all) as I've noticed that the voltage doesn't go above 1.20v no matter what it's set to in the control panel, so that certainly doesn't help.

I'm not going to complain too much about it until Afterburner actually starts pumping out the voltage correctly, but for the money paid it's a little disappointing that other much cheaper MSI cards like the Gaming seem to match and in some cases exceed the overclocking ability of their "Premium" product. The silicon lottery sucks.
post #208 of 1097
So after bios hacking, playing with the triple overvoltage and adjusting memory frequency, I got as far as 1493 mhz. Every single time I try for 1500 mhz, I get even the tiniest artifacts eventually, and later down the road the game or benchmark crashes with driver errors. I can't get this thing to stable. I guess I lost the silicon lottery. frown.gif
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what is the asic quality of the card?
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So after bios hacking, playing with the triple overvoltage and adjusting memory frequency, I got as far as 1493 mhz. Every single time I try for 1500 mhz, I get even the tiniest artifacts eventually, and later down the road the game or benchmark crashes with driver errors. I can't get this thing to stable. I guess I lost the silicon lottery. frown.gif

I'd say boosting close to 1493 is a win. I would consider anything 1475-1500 a success on Air. I've been able to boost up to 1530 on Air with stability with a Asic score of 77%. I lucked out.
 
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