Broo, are yo sure that stock bios ?
Originally Posted by needyourhelp
Hello Mr. Dark,
actually 1.199V works very well for me for 1460/2000. But I would like to know,if I can use these settings with less voltage.
And I want to know which settings I can use with 1.23V,so IF I can reach 1500 on GPU.
So is there no chance that I can change Voltage via Afterburner?
Or would it be better if there are 2 different Mod BIOS. One with firstname.lastname@example.orgV and One with 1.23V ?!?
the only way to push the voltage is the bios.. here is 2 bios as yo request
GM200---needyourhelp-----Dark.zip 304k .zip file
Dark.zip (304k. zip file)
Originally Posted by Lucifer1945
Mr. Dark. voltage slider is already unlocked in asus GPUtweak. As such im not voltage bound. I just need limit removed on clock and if possible that bump up in threshold to throttling, thanks.
1019-1044mv is the range. I have checked, and I can hit apply and the settings stick. That said thats the highest load I can get it to go since witcher 3 at 4k everything maxed out, the gpuz menu dissapears on my other monitor regardless of what settings for window borderless or fullscreen, so thats the most load I know how to put it under. CPU bound in alien isolation I think (DX11), and I dont think furmark is still a thing. Shouldnt be an issue considering I have some wiggle room in regards to voltage. The default voltage of 1019mv is stable at 1261. If I max out the voltage slider I should be able to hit with it unlocked a hair over 1300 stable which was my goal.
Furmark still exists? God its old lol.
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Okay, here is what i can do
1617-----Lucifer1945----Dark.zip 139k .zip file
Lucifer1945----Dark.zip (139k. zip file)
Core 1266mhz & 1.043v & boost off..
don't use Furmark on mobile card.. the vrm cooling not enough for that
Originally Posted by cyris69
Thanks a bunch Dark! Worked perfectly.
I did notice when changing to adaptive power after the computer restart that it still ran max settings. However, all I had to do was run CRU's restart64 to restart my graphics driver and all went to working properly.
For anyone who'd like this device restarter you can get it here: http://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-Custom-Resolution-Utility-CRU
just use the restart64 exe in the zip.
Glad to hear that.. I do clean install for the driver after flashing the final OC bios to keep it smooth
Originally Posted by KillerBee33
My new obsession is Need for Speed which runs perfectly. I'm not even in the mood for OC , running stock in games, havent seen a single issue so far
Some 4K shots
Originally Posted by homingmystic
Thank you for the Bios Dark!
Is Is there any chance you could set the core and memory clocks to stock so i can edit them within AB as i like the control? Also does having boost off make the card run at its highest speed all the time? as mine is always running at 1506, which isn't a major problem, but would like to ramp down when not in use, this also means the voltage is at 1.2550 constant. Voltage bump seems to have helped me though! how would i have access to the voltage slider, within AB if enabled?
Thanks again! I will link both Bios stock and edited encase it is easier for you to use one or the other.
Stock 980ti Bios:
GM200Stock.zip 152k .zip file
Custom 980ti Bios:
GM200Stock----homingmystic----Dark.zip 152k .zip file
[EDIT] After using adaptive in Nvidia control panel the core clock drops to 1215 when idle, but the VDDC doesn't. Not too sure if after using a custom bios it is suppose to drop or not
I have attached a image to show:
A clean install for the driver should fix the high IDLE clock
boost off is the way to go... trust me boost ON and Aircooled Ti is bad idea
Originally Posted by SPeRii
Ok man. Disable boost. Sry for quote. Im on my phone. 1450 8400. all maxed out on strix
Here yo go bro
GM204----SPeRii----Dark.zip 137k .zip file
As per your request
Originally Posted by Philippk
I think that could be an good start to begin with
Here yo go
GM204-------Philippk---------Dark.zip 136k .zip file
Dark.zip (136k. zip file)
Core clock 1405mhz & stock memory & 1.275v & higher TDP limit & boost off
Originally Posted by zajiz
Hi again Mr-Dark,
That custom bios didn't work any better
1405MHz seems to be the limit for this chip, no matter what. My card can actually run 1405MHz @1.1875V, and increasing voltage to the GPU doesn't seem to make any difference. Games and benchmarks freeze in a few seconds, and I have to ctrl+alt+del to desktop. GPU-Z shows that there is no perfcaps.
Any more ideas or do I just have to deal with the fact that 1405 is the best my card can go?
Its known problem with Maxwell card's.. once yo hit the wall nothing can help to pass
the best is flash the stock bios again and make sure if 1405mhz is full stable at 1.187v ? so maybe we can make custom bios for that to avoid throttle ?
Originally Posted by cyris69
Unless you specify to Mr. Dark that you want throttling then it will otherwise your bios will be made to where it just stays at full specs always even when idle which is useful for benchmarking rather than a daily driver. Either way doesnt matter just one creates a lot more heat idling than the other way.
With throttling I see an idle of 28-29c vs without at idle 36-39c.
All custom's bios allow the card to downclock while in IDLE..
just make sure Nvidia power setting at Adaptive or a clean install for the driver is the best to fix that
Originally Posted by puuhapeku
Hello again Mr-Dark
I have tried to test few of the custom bios you made but seem's this card can't handle 1500mhz core in all games. Sometimes I get driver crash and usually after first crash the card isn't stable before I reboot(continuously crashes). Even in CS:GO I get core clock dropping randomly. Could you edit bios to have 1450mhz core and 2000mhz memory? And do you think my card just can't handle higher clocks or is it something software related?
GM200original.zip 152k .zip file
what about the voltage ? did yo try an 1.275v bios ? how your temp ? ASIC ?