Hello Mr.Dark, when i flashed the modded bios, GPU's temp become higher (75-78C) is because of the voltage? (1.255v)
Because i run then benchmark with stock bios & fans curve, the temp of gpu only get 66-70C only. The voltage is 1.218v. Sometimes 1.237v.
Can you help me modded a bios with boost off / voltage - 1.218v or 1.237v??
Core clock: 1450mHz tongue.gif
I only want to keep the temp around 60-70c while gaming.. smile.gif
Thanks a lot!
GM200.zip 146k .zip file
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MSI980Ti-----Dark.zip 146k .zip file
Dark.zip (146k. zip file)
1455mhz / 1.22v
Hey Mr Dark. What is the MAX Safe voltage for my gpu? Its air cooled in my alienware graphics amplifier. EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti SC+ GAMING ACX 2.0+ (06G-P4-4995-KR)
Also, im getting the hang of this maxwell bios tweaker thanks to you!!! smile.gif but is there noway to just unlock the voltage slider in precision x so i dont have to use my overclock settings everytime?
If you can keep it under 80c then 1.3v is fine..
Yes you can do that, upload the stock bios and tell me about the stable clock/voltage so i can adjust the bios for you
GM200gbxtreme980ti.zip 147k .zip file
Hi, could I have the following please for a gigabyte gtx 980ti xtreme gaming
2-Increase the TDP limit
3-Increase the voltage
7- Unlock the hidden voltage slider for Titan-X + 980 Ti Cards!
I also have a card with a ln2 bios if anybody would like to tinker with that, as long as its ok to add the extra pci-e power cable on air, I shouldn't see why not but hey who knows cos I certainly don't.
I can't increase the voltage limit from OC software. i can increase the voltage and set a specific clock so once the card under load it will go to that voltage/clock set by me in the bios
let me know if that okay for yo
I went -20mhz on the core. Ran Heaven and played ROTR for an hour. Temps peaked at 45C and everything looked stable.
Upload the bios i gave to yo so i can adjust it for the new clock
In the interest of keeping you updated.
Card went through RMA process today and a new one is being shipped. They did not provide any insight to what was wrong; "defective card, replacement card will be shipped"
This was the resellers RMA, so it did not get sent to the manufacturer gainward.
I was not able to flash back to the stock bios no matter my attempts(card swap in DOS with pc on / blind flash with bootable USB and autoexec.bat).
So the card was completely dead. Fan kept spinning though.
What did i learn from this?
Im going to stick to gigabyte, my old card is still going strong even though its been overclocked since i bought it a long time ago smile.gif[/QUOTE
I tell you before, what happen with yo is strange. i have no idea about that..
GL with a new card, hope you got a decent card from RMA
Im looking for a custom BIOS for my MSI GTX 980 TI Gaming 6G.
I have watercooling, EK block, D5 pump and a massive MO-RA 9*140mm radiator.
My card runs 1560 (in-game boost) on stock BIOS.
I really dont know what to ask for. More voltage, increase TDP? I just want to be able to overclock it more. When I max the stock BIOS by card run at 38°C under stress (23°C ambient, Firestrike Extreme), so there should be some headroom here.
Hope someone takes the time to help smile.gif
GM200.zip 146k .zip
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MSI980Ti--H2O---Dark.zip 146k .zip file
Core clock 1557mhz & 3.7ghz memory & 1.28v & higher TDP limit & Boost off
flash and report back
Hey Mr Dark thanks for all your help!
Not sure if you remember me but I am using an Asus Strix 980 TI with a bios you set to 1493 / 4000. Everything has been great with it except for one very odd thing.
Once in a while when the monitor turns itself off (goes to sleep basically, but just the monitor, I have sleep disabled on my system, monitor turn off after 15 minutes) and then I go to wake the monitor back up, it will come on and be extremely blurry looking. I'll have to restart the system for it to get back to being clear again. I am using a display port cable and have actually already ordered a new cable to try just in case somehow it is the cable.
If I unplug the cable when it happens then plug it back in suddenly the monitor won't come back on at all until I reset the system.
Very strange and I am hoping it is just a funky display port cable.
Do you think somehow the overclock could cause this? The card would be sitting idle when this happens, power settings are set to normal. I can't figure out if it is the card or the cable, I don't think it could be the monitor.
Thanks for your help good sir!
Set the core clock to -30mhz from MSI AB and set the power plan to High performance and report back
Thanks for that. Any chance I could have a fan curve that you know would keep these Classy cards cool enough?
Here yo go
Classy-Fan-Curve.zip 146k .zip file
Just realized i posted it by accident in the owners page.
was testing a new oc. can a display driver crash relate to memory?
was testing ROTTR after 2 hours display driver crashed and recovered.
No. unstable memory will give you a Artifact or black/Green screen.. its the core