Originally Posted by Leopard2lx
Stock card is running at 1354 Mhz @ 1.174 Voltage with 100% Power limit and 67F temp. I think 1405 should be fine.
Do you need more info?
Here yo go
MSI980Ti___Dark.zip 146k .zip file
Core clock 1405mhz & stock memory clock & 1.19v & higher TDP & Boost off
I set the voltage to 1.19v to make sure the card will never crash at 1405mhz!
flash and report back
I think it must have been a bad card. Cant really see any other reason for it.
Considering how the PC just shut down when it died, it might have short circuited for some reason.
I dont really know what happened, but doesnt look like there's much to be done about it.
All I know is I'm gonna stick to gigabyte cards from now on, they havent let me down in the past smile.gif
I'm sorry again bro, I have no idea what happen there
Thanks! It seems to be stable so far, several benchmarks are smoother visually and are also empirically showing 7-8% higher performance, which is all quite awesome.
You're most welcome
Hi, been following this thread after getting my STRIX (non OC) 980 Ti.
Currently overclocked to +200MHz core (1435MHz boost) and +500MHz memory with the power slider set to 110% and voltage at +87mV.
Would like to get closer to 1500MHz, but can't get stable above +200, wondering if a BIOS with a little more voltage and a higher power limit would help out?
GM200STRIX.zip 153k .zip file
Give this a try
Strix980Ti-----Dark.zip 153k .zip file
Dark.zip (153k. zip file)
Core clock 1506mhz & 4Ghz memory & 1.26v & higher TDP limit & boost off
you're lucky that your Strix isn't voltage locked to 1.212v as other cards.. that will help you to achieve higher OC..
flash and report back!
Hello I have a zotac gtx 970. Could you please mod this for me? thank you, Appreciate it!
Give this a try
Zotac970---Dark.zip 137k .zip file
Core clock 1506mhz & 3.7ghz memory & 1.212v & higher TDP limit & boost off
your card is voltage locked to 1.212v that a big limit when it come to OC.. but let's hope it will hold on 1506mhz core clock
flash and report back!
sorry it took so long to reply. man this custom bios is perfect so far. i ran just about every bench mark. played countless hours. temps look really good. i get 70 in games and mid 70's in bench marks but thats just fine in my book. thumb.gif
i did have a question regarding any update firmware. would it affect the bios? i have an update but i haven't installed it. Thanks great work!!!!biggrin.gif
Glad its working for you and you love it
if you update the bios from MSI you will back to the stock setting for sure.. if you don't have any problem with the card leave it a lone and don't update.. in general gpu bios update fix some problem with compatibility between some monitor and the gpu nothing else
As for the 980Ti Hybrid, perfect card. Extremely powerful, runs very very cool (at 1.19v, 1450Mhz (My daily)(No OV)) it loads at around 40-45 during gaming for long periods, but is more often in the medium high 30's
The card is inaudible over my 5 Helix radiator fans (slowest speed) and the 2 140's at the front (also on slowest speed)
The VRM fan ramps up to 1300RPM on long gaming sessions according to software, but still then I cant even tell when it does so. thumb.gif
thanks for that review I appreciate that.. I'm getting one this week will report back one i get it
I can help you with an OC bios with the above setting.. exactly nothing more so you don't need any OC software
let me know if you want to try that
Rise of the tomb raider introducing all kind of never before seen artifacts on my 1507 card biggrin.gif
I remember changing core clocks was something about certain jumps so I cant just go down to 1485 for example
If you drop the core clock and the artifact gone then its the core not stable.. you have to option there, increasing the voltage a bit or drop the core clock 13mhz