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Hello all (& Mr Dark).

I posted a while back before doing any Bios modding - since then I managed to get a bios mod stable and working fine.

I've continued to try and get this "better" with no success (i'm not great at this)

Currently, I have a stable boost clock of 1,405 MHz and a memory clock of 1,823 MHz

Without "more bios tweaking" this is the best I've been able to get without instability.

Temps reach a max of 49 on both cards.

Both cards are "reference" 980ti's but modded using the EVGA Hydro cooler and a ASIC of 69%

Afterburner reports max voltage as just a shade under 1200

Bios I'm currently using is attached below.

Question is - have I hit the wall, or is there further tweaks / gains to be made?

BackupMOD.zip 152k .zip file

Thanks!

Hello there

Sure, yo can push farther.. yo just need better bios

GTX980--TI---Dark.zip 152k .zip file

Core clock 1405mhz & 3.7ghz memory & 1.250v & higher TDP limit & boost off..

flash that bios and make sure its stable at the above setting then yo can push the Core clock farther from any OC software thumb.gif
   
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post #6422 of 8561
hello mr,dark.
if i want to try 1530 bios in lower voltage what sliders to move?
msi ab voltage slider...no effect.
or howto enable voltage reduce my bios it is this
---> dp--dark----1531mhz.zip 136k .zip file
post #6423 of 8561
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Originally Posted by bigblueshock View Post

Getting
Thanks for quick reply.

GPU Model: MSI GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6GD5T
Using GPU Z Sensor Tab. It's reporting 1.2370V MSI Afterburner also reports 1.2370V
Not getting a Power Limit perf cap. I am getting a VRel, VOp however.

I am using a Corsair H90. Core is maxing out around 58C. Ambient temps in case are under 30 (unfortunately room isn't the coolest). With Boost i'm hitting 1504 MHz, and memory clock is 7,712 MHz

Edit: I have my power limit set to 120% - I just noticed under PerfCap, Pwr does come up, very rarely however. When I had it at 110% it used to come up all the time.

Your temps are a tad high to be trying to push more voltage through them. 58c is too hot. I would advise you lower your temps, before trying to get any more voltage through that card.

Looking at your bios file, I'd say you need to raise the TDP and power limit up a tad more...give it room to breath. Maybe even drop your voltage a tad, and see if that doesn't help get the temps under control and try again.
post #6424 of 8561
This msi's replacement card clocks well thumb.gif




http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9158268 <-- here's the run for further investigation if someone is interested.
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There are 3 Things 10Series Owners are waiting for 1,Driver Support 2,NVFlash 3,BIOSTweaker

You're right on! biggrin.gif
post #6425 of 8561
So i've got a 980Ti classy, recently added it to my watercooling loop. On air I was able to get +60 core +500 mem before any artifacting or an outright crash, now under water its the same story still hitting the same oc wall. Will a custom bios benefit me at all?
post #6426 of 8561
Hi,i recently grabbed 980Ti FTW.

Out the box it boosts to 1430mhz(air) and has an asic of 81%,got it plugged in to my custom loop today so its time to clock it biggrin.gif

Whats sorta bios should i be flashing to it?.I know i need increacesd power limit(It already gets near 110% with only +200 on the mems)

With a high asic is it even worth bothering with a 1.28v bios?Default voltage is 1.193v according to AB
post #6427 of 8561
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Originally Posted by TronZy View Post

So i've got a 980Ti classy, recently added it to my watercooling loop. On air I was able to get +60 core +500 mem before any artifacting or an outright crash, now under water its the same story still hitting the same oc wall. Will a custom bios benefit me at all?

What's the ASIC quality? What do the temps peak at during your testing runs? What voltage settings are you using in the Classy voltage tool? What are the actual clocks you're running with those offsets? Have you opened up GPUz sensors tab to see if the card is power limit throttling?

Need more data.....
post #6428 of 8561

Everyone's comments welcome.

 

From Mr-Dark

 

   "Core clock 1405mhz & stock memory clock & 1.250v & higher TDP limit & boost off.."

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Please correct me if I'm not understanding the end result of flashing Mr-Dark's BIOS.

 

#1 - Stays stock at 1114 MHz

 

#2 - Stays stock at 1753 MHz

 

#3 - Changes to 1405 MHz

 

#4 - Changes to an amount higher (i.e., 125%) than stock

 

#5 - Changes to 1.25 V

 

 

GPU-Z.jpg 97k .jpg file GPU-Z2.jpg 85k .jpg file

 

 

Questions

 

   If the Nvidia driver Power Management Mode is set to "Adaptive", #5 will drop back to 0.8620 V during idle, correct ?

 

   When people talk about their GPUs crashing when the load changes from heavy to idle, is this an effect similar to CPUs experiencing VDroop ?

 

   How does Nvidia's Boost work and why do some people want to disable Boost and others keep it enabled ?


Edited by uihdff - 7/7/16 at 3:54pm
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Originally Posted by uihdff View Post

Everyone's comments welcome.

From Mr-Dark

   "Core clock 1405mhz & stock memory clock & 1.250v & higher TDP limit & boost off.."


Please correct me if I'm not understanding the end result of flashing Mr-Dark's BIOS.

#1 - Stays stock at 1114 MHz

#2 - Stays stock at 1753 MHz

#3 - Changes to 1405 MHz

#4 - Changes to an amount higher (i.e., 125%) than stock

#5 - Changes to 1.25 V


GPU-Z.png 61k .png file GPU-Z2.png 38k .png file

Questions

   If the Nvidia driver Power Management Mode is set to "Adaptive", #5 will drop back to 0.8620 V during idle, correct ?

   When people talk about their GPUs crashing when the load changes from heavy to idle, is this an effect similar to CPUs experiencing VDroop ?

   How does Nvidia's Boost work and why do some people want to disable Boost and others keep it enabled ?

For 1, 2 and 3:

Looking at the bios he gave you. Your base clock and boost clocks are all set to 1405. It will run at that clock unless you set your driver settings to adaptive, in which case it'll go into idle mode. Any stress on the GPU though, and it'll go back up to 1405.

Your memory clock is now set at 3705. That's 1852, roughly...

For 4:

No. You now have a 320 watt TDP. The % shown in that row, will be the % of power you're running to that TDP setting in the bios.

He also gave you a 315 watt at 100% on the power target slider, and 320 watt at 102% on the power target slider for your new power limit. So, your slider is only going to go to 102% now, but it's still more than you had before, even with the slider at 120%. Smile, be happy.

For 5:

Under boost conditions, your GPU will run 1.25v. With adaptive set in the driver settings, the voltage will scale down.


Vdroop is the difference between what the voltage is set at, and what the voltage the GPU core is actually using. It's not something you should be worrying about with your card...

If you want higher overclocks, having boost disabled can allow that to happen, as allowing the card to "boost" can cause problems...as you mentioned, the variance between one clock state and another can cause instabilities when pushing for very high overclocks. If you're more of a gamer, than a bencher.....use boost 2.0 and be happy.
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Originally Posted by Vellinious View Post

What's the ASIC quality? What do the temps peak at during your testing runs? What voltage settings are you using in the Classy voltage tool? What are the actual clocks you're running with those offsets? Have you opened up GPUz sensors tab to see if the card is power limit throttling?

Need more data.....
Temps 35C, haven't used the classy tool, 1464 core 8000 effective mem clock and 71.8% ASIC. PerfCap Reason says VRel, VOp.
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