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post #771 of 1097
I wonder how many lightning users here plan to play virtual reality games. smile.gif
post #772 of 1097
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I wonder how many lightning users here plan to play virtual reality games. smile.gif

No thanks, I will be staying away from awful VR for a while, it is so terrible at the moment, it is not ready

My GTX 980ti SLI Lightning can run my ASUS PG348Q
post #773 of 1097
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I am going crazy here. How does one enable triple overvoltage? I have checked unlock voltage and selected enhanced MSI.

Also Is it normal that Kombuster is showing 0 load on GPU2?
Using Heaven, Afterburner seems to show both GPU being used.

Thanks!!

Got Kombustor to utilize both GPU.

Can anyone help me with Afterburner triple overvoltage? I can not figure out how to enable it and it is driving me nuts.
-probably not crucial until my waterblocks arrive but I would like to start playing so I have a max on air before it goes under water.

Thanks
post #774 of 1097
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I wonder how many lightning users here plan to play virtual reality games. smile.gif

No plans for me. I would need to see I in action on some of my favorite games first. I am planning on a single acer x34 for the foreseeable future.
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I am going crazy here. How does one enable triple overvoltage? I have checked unlock voltage and selected enhanced MSI.

That's all you need to do except its extended MSI, but I'm guessing that was a typo smile.gif, if your using the older style layout there should be radio button at the end of the core voltage line that expands to show mem and aux voltages, for monitoring you just need to enable extra stuff under monitoring tab. Other than that make sure you have the updated 4.2.0 version as the first release didn't work for lightnings I believe.
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post #776 of 1097
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That's all you need to do except its extended MSI, but I'm guessing that was a typo smile.gif, if your using the older style layout there should be radio button at the end of the core voltage line that expands to show mem and aux voltages, for monitoring you just need to enable extra stuff under monitoring tab. Other than that make sure you have the updated 4.2.0 version as the first release didn't work for lightnings I believe.

Still not there for me, I am on 4.2.0
post #777 of 1097
Yeah not working for me either. (I downloaded 4.2 also.)
I'll try uninstalling and reinstalling.
post #778 of 1097
http://oi68.tinypic.com/htzri8.jpg

A good score imo for heaven's benchmark.

1490 / 4001 MHz

I was looking in this thread here: https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/39u5k4/post_results_of_your_980ti_score_in_heaven/

And I noticed that a lot of scores are below what I am getting. How come?

I get 2616 with extreme tessellation. Hmm. Could it be I get higher when it's in normal tessellation mode, and they use extreme?
Edited by Sphere07 - 1/26/16 at 3:08am
post #779 of 1097
So I am running stock bios on my 980 Ti Lightning. I have enabled voltage control and mods in MSI Afterburner 4.20 and cannot get the voltage to go above 1.200 V at all, this has never changed. Am I doing something wrong? Even switching to the LN2 bios has it locked at 1.200 V, and I could get some more MHz on the core (currently 1492 stable on the core, haven't messed with memory yet until I nail down the core).

How do I raise it above 1.200 V? The voltage sliders (all 3) do nothing to my eye and when monitoring.
post #780 of 1097
Most likely. Report all scores at either maxed out details or excluding the detail you are minimizing completely, if that makes sense... I don't know if that is worded right.
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