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post #251 of 1097
Anything for water block?
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I want to built a waterblock self tomorrow...
I ve waterblock for CPU from Phobia..... wink.gif
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post #253 of 1097
So has anyone got the lightning running on water yet? or anyone ordered the bitspower waterblock?
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I figured out another way to reach 1500 mhz and stable it.

The TDP on the power table in bios. It was set to 225k max. If you set that to 200k max, you should have better results in OC. Anybody else wanna try?

I had to make some kind of changes over what I was doing before, because I was not getting stable 1500 mhz in some games, but others was okay. This new method means that all games are stable now.

Other settings to try with that:
1181 mV Core voltage.
-100 Aux voltage.
Edited by Sphere07 - 11/9/15 at 11:07pm
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Anything for water block?

Bitspower so far. Not sure when there will be stock in the US
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post #256 of 1097
Im using msi afterburner, i want the fans to not spin at idle temp, like zotac amp extreme 980ti, or asus 780 strix.
at what temp does the fans spin on the zotac and asus starts at?
and at what temp should i set my msi lightning 980ti to spin at?
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Count me in. I've also emailed PPCs to see if they have any coming in.
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Is the difference between the Lightning LE and the regular version is only the regular version has a default higher clock/better chip? Is it LE good at OCing with air cooling?

I am in the market for a 980 ti and I am able to get a LE version for less than other non-reference cards. The LE version would match my ASUS motherboard so I am favoring this card over the other options based on aesthetics and price.
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Is the difference between the Lightning LE and the regular version is only the regular version has a default higher clock/better chip? Is it LE good at OCing with air cooling?

I am in the market for a 980 ti and I am able to get a LE version for less than other non-reference cards. The LE version would match my ASUS motherboard so I am favoring this card over the other options based on aesthetics and price.

Yes, as far as I know it's just the clock speed. I'm assuming they are binned so the LE's may not reach the same clock speed at the Lightning's on a certain voltage therefore, they are given the "LE" badge.
Edited by JLMS2010 - 11/10/15 at 5:17pm
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