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What make and model do you have? Most are capable of at least a mild OC. Heck, I have a 980 Reference OC'd to 1464. You'll need to play with voltage and power limit. With a stock BIOS I just crank 'em both all the way up and bump clocks to 1450 and see what happens. Then bump it up from there in small increments.
post #6982 of 7307
I have a GTX 980ti gold edition

I think I may have figured it out but I wont find out for a few WUs.

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I have one of these. I've never been able to keep it stable over 1500. It does great at 1486. It's been running at that for months.
post #6984 of 7307
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I have one of these. I've never been able to keep it stable over 1500. It does great at 1486. It's been running at that for months.

I might try that.
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I might try that.

It has a custom BIOS.
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WHY!!!!!!!!!

Just killed my dreams @4thKor
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WHY!!!!!!!!!

Just killed my dreams @4thKor

MOAR POWER! biggrin.gif
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MOAR POWER! biggrin.gif

I WANT THE POWER /sadface

Well I dont really feel like destroying my $500 GPU. So I will do with what I have.
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I WANT THE POWER /sadface

Well I dont really feel like destroying my $500 GPU. So I will do with what I have.

Modding and flashing a BIOS is not all that difficult. And I know it will scare you to death the first time you do it. It scared me. I've done it so many times now that I don't even get nervous anymore. Not even when I brick a card, which I have done several times. Bricked my KPE three times in a row! redface.gif

But it's the only way to learn. And the only way to get a "feel" for your card. Each card is different. They have their own personalities. I've flashed several of my cards dozens of times looking for that perfect balance of voltage and clocks.

What's the ASIC on your card. In my opinion the perfect ASIC for folding is around 72-75. Anything over that and they're very picky with voltage. Anything under that you can apply straight 120v from the wall to it and it still won't clock well.
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Originally Posted by 4thKor View Post

Modding and flashing a BIOS is not all that difficult. And I know it will scare you to death the first time you do it. It scared me. I've done it so many times now that I don't even get nervous anymore. Not even when I brick a card, which I have done several times. Bricked my KPE three times in a row! redface.gif

But it's the only way to learn. And the only way to get a "feel" for your card. Each card is different. They have their own personalities. I've flashed several of my cards dozens of times looking for that perfect balance of voltage and clocks.

What's the ASIC on your card. In my opinion the perfect ASIC for folding is around 72-75. Anything over that and they're very picky with voltage. Anything under that you can apply straight 120v from the wall to it and it still won't clock well.

Here is what I have so far





Just got it to 1646 stable on folding. Probably wont play well while gaming tongue.gif
Edited by Ryahn - 6/20/16 at 7:37pm
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