Originally Posted by SauronTheGreat
man mr dark where is the video ariana grande did this expression in your avatar ?
I can't remember that video..lol why yo need that ?
Originally Posted by daunow
rip I think you skipped me and a couple of others dark
I never skipped any one.. your previous comment was empty ?
Originally Posted by SauronTheGreat
ok mr dark i checked take this bios and set core clock to 1547(+15) and memory clock 4100mhz(+100) and keep voltage same 1.19
.. i checked on witcher 3 and unigene heaven it was stable on these clocks ...
Xtreme980Ti--1531--4001--1.19v.zip 152k .zip file
Sure, here yo go bro
Xtreme980Ti--1544--4101--1.19v.zip 152k .zip file
Originally Posted by mus1mus
Lottery, and Memory chip quality.
But yeah, memory controller should be in-die. So stressing the core may limit the controller's capability.
Hah, I did.. but yo miss my post
here is again
gm200_temp60max----Dark.zip 146k .zip file
I just unlock the missing voltage slider's & change some value's on the TDP table..
As your card is voltage locked at 1.212v, here is the best bios for that card
GM204--1506--4000--1.212v.zip 137k .zip file
Core clock 1506mhz & 8ghz memory & 1.212v & higher TDP limit & boost off..
if yo crash again, drop the core clock from any Oc software and try again.. once yo find the stable clock report back so i can adjust the bios for yo
Originally Posted by Mr Mcgoo
thank you Mr Dark. this work beautifully and underclocks when load is 20% or less.
Glad to hear that bro
Originally Posted by dengudomlige
Hello again Mr Dark!
So i tried out your bios with higher TDP and 1.218V. It did keep a stable voltage but Heaven artifacts slightly around 1450mhz like before. So the voltage stability doesn't do much for me.
Is it still worth it to keep the higher TDP limit since i dont get PWR at perf cap reason? I saw that the original bios had a voltage limit of 1.25. If I copy and paste your Power table limit on the modded bios willI be able to get a better voltage stabilty with the original bios also?
What do you think is best here?
Will attach my two bios.
GM200EVGA.zip 152k .zip file
GM200EVGA2.zip 152k .zip file
As i see, your card need more volt, and we can push the voltage farther if the temp good.. how your temp ?
Nah, higher TDP limit won't help on the voltage stability
Originally Posted by crazysoccerman
Would you kindly raise the max TDP on my BIOS to so that I can raise it to 150%? There were three different revisions of the GTX 980 Classified and I can't find a modded BIOS that matches mine.
I would greatly appreciate your help
GM204.zip 138k .zip file
Sure bro, here yo go
GTX980--Classy--150--TDP.zip 138k .zip file
Originally Posted by KillerBee33
Mr_Dark...Any word on a New Tweaker? I completely forgot how bad using OC Soft is
Good score bro, and nah still nothing
My 1070 gone last night..lol
Originally Posted by Lynkdev
Your bios at the Max already.. 1.285v and 450W TDP.. if yo push farther you will crash or yo didn't try ?
No I didn't try myself. What would you recommend I try to push? Another 50mhz?
Cards seem stable for last couple months no issues.
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Start from + 20mhz if no problem push more until yo crash, then report back so i can adjust the bios again for yo
Originally Posted by Wijkert
Hi Mr-Dark, I have been using this modded bios and am very happy with the result. The readout of the tpd % in afterburner has changed (obviously), but I would like to know how to interpret it. Playing the Witcher 3 right now and seeing a peak of about 60%. Can you help me figure out how many watts its pulling, by telling me if my napkin math is correct
Since 100% means 500W in the modded bios (225W in the stock bios), then 60% of 500W is 300W, right?
your bios at 490% at 100% slider and 500W at 102%.. so if you'r at 100% then its 60% * 490W = 294W
Originally Posted by WigoPrust
I've been reading up about modding bios' and you seem to deliver wonderfull work!
I have 2 MSI 980Ti's 6g Gaming's myself (84.00.36.00.07), and was wondering if you could help me.
1st card has an asic score of 62%, hits ~1.25 (max?) on the vCore, and clocks to about max ~1455Mhz
2nd card has an asic score of 77,9%, hits ~1.15 on the vcore, and clocks much higher, up to ~1540MHz
Both cards stay cool enough for me to think I can push them a bit further, top one gets up to about 77°C, bottom one ~74°C. If i put a fan directly on them, it pulls them both down to about 70°C.
They also both never reach 100% of their power limit, does this have anything to do with the vCore?
I was wondering if you have made something like this before, of could help me out.
I think I'd like to have a higher vCore, of which I could still change the core voltage in AfterBurner (I've read that somewhere between 1.27/1.4 could be stable for air? And perhaps go a bit higher on the power limit (125%?)
Added my bios below if you need it. I don't know if you'll get around to it, but either way, thank you very much for all the hard work you're doing!
GM200MSI980Ti6G.zip 152k .zip file
This bios should be lovely if yo can keep the card's under 80c
GM200MSI980Ti6G-------------------Dark.zip 152k .zip file
Dark.zip (152k. zip file)
Core clock 1455mhz & 3.7ghz memory & 1.275v & higher TDP limit & boost off..
keep in mind yo can't change the voltage at all now, its locked at 1.275v under load.. also the TDP is effective now, just leave that at 100% as that equal to 160% at stock bios
how your ambient temp ? Ti's and gaming cooler not good choice but sound like yo have good Airflow and low ambient
Originally Posted by phalae
Thank you for the bios. Super stable right now.
What do you mean by "stock cooler not good enough to push farther" ?
this is a custom cooler, on this card, right.
Anyway, as I expected, I go to high, like more than 90°C... so it's crazy hot around my desk :-/
What can I do, change the fan speed ?
Yes, your card have custom Air cooler, but not strong enough to push the voltage farther.. anyway it depend on the Airflow and the ambient temp.. how your temp under load ?
yo can push the core farther from any OC software, once yo crash I can adjust the bios again for yo.. also keep the card under 80c to avoid any instability
Originally Posted by sebasm
I just did a G10+X61 mod on my MSI 980ti Gaming 6G and I would like to try and push the card to a nice and stable OC. With the attached BIOS I am sitting at around 46C Load max temp during long and heavy gaming sessions.
Pretty sure I lost my warranty with the mod though, so I would really like to stay on the safe side of the OC and not lose the card before 1080ti/titan is out
Thank you very much!
sebasm_GM200.zip 152k .zip file
Here yo go
sebasm_GM200--------Dark.zip 152k .zip file
Dark.zip (152k. zip file)
Core clock 1405mhz & 3.7ghz memory & 1.275v & higher TDP limit & boost off
flash that bios and make sure its stable at the above setting, then yo can push the core/memory farther from any OC software.. assume your ASIC + 70% yo should be able to hit 1530/8000 without any problem..
I'm on the same mod now.. Ti Golden Edition an H105.. waiting my Hybrid's
Originally Posted by kdgamer
Hi Mr Dark. Love the time and effort you put in to help every one here out. Would you mind creating a bios for my 980 ti Strix to run at 1500/8000 using what ever goodness you think is suitable? My ASIC is 69.7%.
KDSTRIX.zip 147k .zip file
As i can see, your card is voltage locked at 1.212v.. are yo sure your card can hit 1500mhz at 1.212v ?
let me know some number's so i can help