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post #21 of 37
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I think the 980ti is more different than I thought from my 980 non ti I thought the only difference was the ti has more memory,
looks like to me it's just not liking to go very high which is odd as I always heard the ti version was the best.
maybe try going to the 980ti owners thread on here, I bet they can help you better.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1558645/official-nvidia-gtx-980-ti-owners-club


Mid 1400s is the norm for 980ti's on air cooling
Golden ones will hit 1500mhz
Ones with aftermarket VRMs tend to get to 1500mhz a lot easier. Iv been following that thread since day one when I got my 980ti. Theres been a few that cant even get into 1400mhz
post #22 of 37
Card should be good at around 400+ on memory as gigabyte card memory is stock I believe. I personally would lower clock to around 1480 and be happy with that for a week or so. If you get no more crashes then go for the cheese and 1500 clock.
post #23 of 37
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Mid 1400s is the norm for 980ti's on air cooling
Golden ones will hit 1500mhz
Ones with aftermarket VRMs tend to get to 1500mhz a lot easier. Iv been following that thread since day one when I got my 980ti. Theres been a few that cant even get into 1400mhz

I wonder why my reference 980 non ti with junk Elpida memory is stable at 1558mhz, I'll say though if I push it to just 1575mhz it starts to artifact and freezes my entire system biggrin.gif
my gtx 970 is a beats, iot runs stable at 1575mhz no problem, I still have it as it's just to good a gpu to get rid of.
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Jlhawn, 980 ti uses a much larger die size chip than 980, and larger chips generally dont clock as high as smaller ones. 1550 for a 980 is really good and 1575 for 970 is insanely good.
post #25 of 37
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Card should be good at around 400+ on memory as gigabyte card memory is stock I believe. I personally would lower clock to around 1480 and be happy with that for a week or so. If you get no more crashes then go for the cheese and 1500 clock.

I put my memory to +400 and I got artifacts in about 3mins in valley, but mine has cheap Elpida memory.
my 970 has Samsung and will go +400 easy. I hate reference cards but it was free
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I got it at 1502mhz right now fans at 100 max temp 70c but its hangin around high 60s cores stable at 1502 hasnt downclocked yet. Im 20 minutes into firestrike extreme demo loop. Seems pretty stable so far. Gonna try and let it run for another hour. If it handles the next hour is it safe to move on to the memory?

Edit: it downclocked itself to 1489 from 1502 and than back to 1502 bout 3 mins later. Still stabe tho temps around 67c
Edited by Teafac3 - 1/30/16 at 8:56pm
post #27 of 37
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I got it at 1502mhz right now fans at 100 max temp 70c but its hangin around high 60s cores stable at 1502 hasnt downclocked yet. Im 20 minutes into firestrike extreme demo loop. Seems pretty stable so far. Gonna try and let it run for another hour. If it handles the next hour is it safe to move on to the memory?

others might do this different but I always do the core and memory together.
I don't just do one or the other but thats just my way and everyone has their own way. smile.gif
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others might do this different but I always do the core and memory together.
I don't just do one or the other but thats just my way and everyone has their own way. smile.gif
Figured I would get less out of the core if I did them together and performance wise it seems like the core has bigger impact. So I though I'd try and get the highest core than go for mem
post #29 of 37
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Okay fellas let me know what yall think and where I should go from here. Just ran firestrike extreme demo loop for 1 hour and 10 minutes perfectly no sign of instabilities. Should I increase the core clock by another +10mhz ? here are my gpuz results.

post #30 of 37
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Originally Posted by jlhawn View Post

I wonder why my reference 980 non ti with junk Elpida memory is stable at 1558mhz, I'll say though if I push it to just 1575mhz it starts to artifact and freezes my entire system biggrin.gif
my gtx 970 is a beats, iot runs stable at 1575mhz no problem, I still have it as it's just to good a gpu to get rid of.


non-ti is different chip. A comparable chip would be the Titan and youll see that clocks every worse because it has more of the chip enabled.
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Okay fellas let me know what yall think and where I should go from here. Just ran firestrike extreme demo loop for 1 hour and 10 minutes perfectly no sign of instabilities. Should I increase the core clock by another +10mhz ? here are my gpuz results.



Drop the core back down to stock then work on the memory. Once you found the max for the memory find the max for both of them or the best combo since you wont be able to hit the max both of them got to.
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