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post #4071 of 4084 (permalink) Old 12-12-2018, 10:29 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Kimir View Post
My card can't do those frequency and I'm watercooled, so no noise problem here.
The stock voltage on the 980ti hof is too high for the majority of people. Not everyone even bothered to buy a water block for it, and to get a good result using a g12 and a good aio cooler you'll have to spend more than if you use the rajintek cooler. Plus there's another issue if the aio fails. I've already got one in my case, don't want another risk factor. I've tried ubdeevolting a lot of maxwell 980tis and most can handle 1.125mv @1400mhz core which not only gives much better temps, but even if you're under water it will help prolong the chip either way. Pushing higher isn't really worth it. The card can do 60fps 1440p without going into the 1500 region. In this day and age a 980ti can't contend with the top boys, so pointless to have it beefed up when it won't do anything more for most people
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post #4072 of 4084 (permalink) Old 05-03-2019, 11:24 AM
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Hi, i search a xoc bios for my Hof 1080, run 2250 under water with 1,09v

Or can flash the t4 Strix bios ?


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post #4073 of 4084 (permalink) Old 09-09-2019, 05:19 AM
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hello, can someone supply me with the 980 HOF LN2 Bios (84.04.2F.00.9A) ?? :-) that would be great
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post #4074 of 4084 (permalink) Old 09-15-2019, 04:37 PM
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I'm building a new PC and by doing so, cleaning my old parts at the same time which includes a galax hof 1080ti 8 pack limited edition. I was running on a bitspower waterblock, but since im selling the card, I reinstalled the original shroud but im facing an issue. Since there's not really a manual whatsoever, I don't know where to reconnect the LCD panel and the RGB LED connectors. I know they go on the right side of the pcb, but theres 3 slots there.

Looking at my galax 2080ti pcb, I believe the RGB connector goes into the LCM slot and the LCD panel goes into the fan LED one and the white connector stays empty?
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is it against the warranty on galax cards to take it apart and put new thermal paste / clean the fans and cooler?
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post #4076 of 4084 (permalink) Old 10-31-2019, 05:35 PM
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is it against the warranty on galax cards to take it apart and put new thermal paste / clean the fans and cooler?
I don't see why it would. I feel like they would only deny you the warranty if you break something in the process of removing/replacing the shroud or if you miss thermal pads/paste which leads to the card burning out or something, which shouldn't happen honestly unless you work for the Verge.
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post #4077 of 4084 (permalink) Old 10-31-2019, 07:20 PM
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I don't see why it would. I feel like they would only deny you the warranty if you break something in the process of removing/replacing the shroud or if you miss thermal pads/paste which leads to the card burning out or something, which shouldn't happen honestly unless you work for the Verge.
yeah if I were to break something I could understand. I've tried emailing galax from their main site but have yet to hear back for any confirmation. I messaged the galaxstore as well and someone there told me it would void the warranty which seems pretty harsh over just applying new thermal paste or cleaning it after a while..strange.
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also, how does one even get in contact with galax support? Ive yet to ever get them to reply back about any question or anything so far through the website. customer service seems to not be so great?
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Hello, does anyone have some or all or more documentation for the Galax 980 Ti HOF ln2 GOC ?

What exactly do these dip switches do?

Any help or documentation is greatly appreciated.

Thanks a lot
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