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I don't mean FLCK I mean dram timings. IIRC increasing FLCK will do nothing for discreet graphics only integrated.


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aint FLCK dedicated for PCI-e lane smile.gif? as i understand it, intel recommend 1000mhz, but you can oc past that with BLCK thumb.gif

the ram, i run 3200mhz cl16-16-16-36, but they aint that fast, might upgrade those later down the road. cpu i can push to 4.8ghz on air, 2 more weeks i will go complete water wink.gif, things get hot right now on air hehe
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I don't mean FLCK I mean dram timings. IIRC increasing FLCK will do nothing for discreet graphics only integrated.


Always destroying exergy

aint FLCK dedicated for PCI-e lane smile.gif? as i understand it, intel recommend 1000mhz, but you can oc past that with BLCK thumb.gif

the ram, i run 3200mhz cl16-16-16-36, but they aint that fast, might upgrade those later down the road. cpu i can push to 4.8ghz on air, 2 more weeks i will go complete water wink.gif, things get hot right now on air hehe
The timings you mentioned are your primary timings. I am suggesting you tighten the secondary and tertiary timings instead of leaving them at auto.


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The timings you mentioned are your primary timings. I am suggesting you tighten the secondary and tertiary timings instead of leaving them at auto.


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i might try play around, how much vccio & system agent voltage are you using for your ram setup?
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YES. I have the 84.00.41.00.90 cards and flashing the other 2 versions bricked the cards.
i flashed to all 3 they all worked :/
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GM200.zip 152k .zip file

Is it possible to only
-Disable boost
-Increase voltage
-Unlock the hidden voltage slider for Titan-X + 980 Ti Cards
-highest OC without any OC software?

I don't like overclocking the memory because of the defects that can come up with memory clock increasing.

Would be really awesome if someone can make a great BIOS out of it!

Or just do everything, I don't know whats best for my card, you know it better I think biggrin.gif.

(using evga GTX980Ti with Rajintek Morpheus with temps 55°C at load)
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Is running 1.274 volts through the GTX 980 Ti safe? My temperature is steady around 45-50 degrees Celsius.
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Is running 1.274 volts through the GTX 980 Ti safe? My temperature is steady around 45-50 degrees Celsius.


If your VRM stays cool as well as your Chip, every voltage should be ok
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Is running 1.274 volts through the GTX 980 Ti safe? My temperature is steady around 45-50 degrees Celsius.

for now sure, and prolly fine for the next 2 years aswell, but any reason you have to run that high voltage smile.gif? after 1.250 it dosnt allmost not scale or give that many extra mhz smile.gif, but if you are on water the volt should be safe as long you cool vrm's ect.

for air cooler its good to stay under 1.260volt, and easy to cool
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Hi Mr-Dark i'm try to change value by my self but it crash i'll hope you can help me.
Galaxexoc.zip 147k .zip file
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for now sure, and prolly fine for the next 2 years aswell, but any reason you have to run that high voltage smile.gif? after 1.250 it dosnt allmost not scale or give that many extra mhz smile.gif, but if you are on water the volt should be safe as long you cool vrm's ect.

for air cooler its good to stay under 1.260volt, and easy to cool
I'm trying to lock it at 1.25 but I set the values in my BIOS and when I flash my card it sits at 1.255 at idle (I run a 144 Hz monitor) and 1.274 under load. Not sure why it jumps that high...
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