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Hi. I'm trying to overclock my new MSI Armor 2x 980ti, but it's giving me grief thanks to the 110% power limit. Leaving everything at stock, raising power limit to 110% and voltage to +87mV (giving 1.212v), it hits power limit while only going up to 1316MHz. If I raise the core clock with only raising power limit (and not voltage), I get 1410MHz at 1.174v, it still bumps against the power limit, but I get some slight artifacting in Valley, so it is not 100% stable without some extra juice. ASIC quality is only ~69%. If I leave it running and the temperature hits 81C, it drops another boost bin down. Voltage also seems to go down over time, bottoming out at 1.163v, which I have noticed immediately causes artifacting.

I've opened the BIOS in MBT 1.36 and poked around, but not 100% sure of everything I need to change, even after following a couple of guides. I know I want the power limit raised to 300w. I'm also fine with the stock voltage limit, 1.212v, so that doesn't need to change. But if it is possible to get the voltage to stop fluctuating, that would be great smile.gif


GM200.zip 152k .zip file
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Hi. I'm trying to overclock my new MSI Armor 2x 980ti, but it's giving me grief thanks to the 110% power limit. Leaving everything at stock, raising power limit to 110% and voltage to +87mV (giving 1.212v), it hits power limit while only going up to 1316MHz. If I raise the core clock with only raising power limit (and not voltage), I get 1410MHz at 1.174v, it still bumps against the power limit, but I get some slight artifacting in Valley, so it is not 100% stable without some extra juice. ASIC quality is only ~69%. If I leave it running and the temperature hits 81C, it drops another boost bin down. Voltage also seems to go down over time, bottoming out at 1.163v, which I have noticed immediately causes artifacting.

I've opened the BIOS in MBT 1.36 and poked around, but not 100% sure of everything I need to change, even after following a couple of guides. I know I want the power limit raised to 300w. I'm also fine with the stock voltage limit, 1.212v, so that doesn't need to change. But if it is possible to get the voltage to stop fluctuating, that would be great smile.gif


GM200.zip 152k .zip file


Try this smile.gif nothrottle.zip 152k .zip file

High tdp, fixed voltage at 1.212 1405 mhz clock speed disabled gpu boost no more throttle

In afterburner you dont need to adjust ANYTHING except fans. power and volts are fine. if you want me to change your clock speed from 1405 to anything else let me know
Edited by apps455 - 11/4/15 at 9:24pm
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I'm scared. Last one broke windows. =(

I used DDU to unintall and just installed the new drivers, so far no windows errors but firestrike the first 2 runs crashed and just closed the app, they were app errors not windows errors. I made it through 2 times after relaunching and at the end said uknown driver not verified but it did complete the run, so I think the errors were because of firestrike not ready for the new driver. Score was around the same as my old driver. I ran bf4 for a little bit it stuttered for a quick second than ran fine but might have just been it getting used to the new driver cuz its done that before then never stutters again. overall its a pretty basic driver only got it cuz tomorrow im staying up for 48 hours straight playing bo3 zombies setting world records.


My best firestrike run so far

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Edited by apps455 - 11/4/15 at 10:20pm
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Try this smile.gif nothrottle.zip 152k .zip file

High tdp, fixed voltage at 1.212 1405 mhz clock speed disabled gpu boost no more throttle

In afterburner you dont need to adjust ANYTHING except fans. power and volts are fine. if you want me to change your clock speed from 1405 to anything else let me know

Ok, cool, thanks! Is it still possible to adjust clock up to find my max overclock with 1.212v? I know that it was almost stable at 1405 with stock voltage, so should be able to get at least a bit higher with it pegged at 1.212 smile.gif


If I want to change it myself, basically I just need to go in MBT and change everything where it says 1405 to my new, final OC?
post #1145 of 8545
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Originally Posted by jedimasterben View Post

Ok, cool, thanks! Is it still possible to adjust clock up to find my max overclock with 1.212v? I know that it was almost stable at 1405 with stock voltage, so should be able to get at least a bit higher with it pegged at 1.212 smile.gif


If I want to change it myself, basically I just need to go in MBT and change everything where it says 1405 to my new, final OC?

yes you can adjust in afterburner still. If you want to change 1405 just change it in the common tab , the boost states tab everywhere it says 1405 in there change that there should be 12 of em in the boost states tab, and then for the boost table you want where it says 74 to be your max clock
Edited by apps455 - 11/5/15 at 5:42am
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Originally Posted by jedimasterben View Post

Ok, cool, thanks! Is it still possible to adjust clock up to find my max overclock with 1.212v? I know that it was almost stable at 1405 with stock voltage, so should be able to get at least a bit higher with it pegged at 1.212 smile.gif


If I want to change it myself, basically I just need to go in MBT and change everything where it says 1405 to my new, final OC?
Blue is core.
Red Is memory.

If the voltage and TDP is right, take the slider to the right one notch at a time and make the other fields match exactly.
Leave the memory alone until the core is right.




For stress testing, use DSR x 4 and run Heaven Benchmark for a few loops at 4x native resolution with all the options. smile.gif
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Is one of the sliders in the voltage table for the memory voltage?
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i dont know which one...i havent seen the option in AB
     
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if i post my bios here, can you please set the voltage to 1.231 and set up the power table Vellinious?
I somehow borked the "good" mod i was working on and cant figure out how to replicate it..... mad.gif
one issue is still the perf cap, the second is because of the perfcap the bios is switching between 1506.5/1493.4 and 1480.x constantly.
GM204_Original.zip 136k .zip file
Edited by DeathAngel74 - 11/5/15 at 8:46am
     
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if i post my bios here, can you please set the voltage to 1.231 and set up the power table Vellinious?
I somehow borked the "good" mod i was working on and cant figure out how to replicate it..... mad.gif
one issue is still the perf cap, the second is because of the perfcap the bios is switching between 1506.5/1493.4 and 1480.x constantly.
GM204_Original.zip 136k .zip file

Yeah, I can look at it tonight after work. How much it drops, I think will depend on how much over the power limit you end up going, and how far it'll have to declock, by the voltages set in the power table, to get back under the power limit. The way I have my power table set up, is that so if it just hits a tiny bit of power cap (which it never does), then it'll only clock down a tiny bit. But.....the harder I hit the power cap, the more it'll go down. I can recreate those scenarios with various settings of the power limit....but that was with a lot of testing with my cards. I don't think my exact settings would do anything for you. You're welcome to try them though.
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