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post #16361 of 16374 (permalink) Old 08-19-2018, 07:01 AM
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Hm. How come my voltage sliders only go so far? MSI OSD keeps complaining about power target hit/voltage limit reached. This @1392Mhz core, no memory OC.

PS. - Nevermind, seems this bios does not work well for my card.
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post #16362 of 16374 (permalink) Old 09-15-2018, 09:30 PM
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Hey are ppl still bios modding their cards, if so could someone point to someone that would kindly mod mine.
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post #16363 of 16374 (permalink) Old 10-29-2018, 02:14 AM
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Hello! Im new to the forum and is about to buy a ASUS (Strix) 980 TI with NZXT X61, G10 Bracket and 2pcs 120mm Noctua fans and added vRam-cooling for €250 - Fair deal, right?

My question is basicly just about an update on the current state of BIOS:es and clocks vs. stock. Im not very well informed and got some issues understanding which speeds everything is running at - Since the memory seemingly got two speeds(?). Stock core is ~1000Mhz and memory both runs at ~3500Mhz and ~7000Mhz, which is where I get lost. Are these the same component with the same speed, as if in "3500Mhz is from update-node tick and back" like "Left->Right->Left" and the 7000Mhz is "Left->Right"?

Which BIOS would you recommend and at what level should and could I initiate the clocking?

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post #16364 of 16374 (permalink) Old 11-02-2018, 04:15 PM
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Ofc, bios mod can and will in many cases make wonders happen (Y)
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I have been finding a lot of Gigabyte non-reference cards that failed the same way as mine. Many, literally right as the warranty period came to an end.

Filled my room with smoke, set off all the smoke alarms, 4 hours later the house still stinks.
This one was installed mid-December 2015, 3 years ago... I'm still waiting to hear back from Gigabyte if they will cover this or not, but from previous experience; had 3 other gigabyte GPUs fail within days/weeks of the warranty, or once replacement failing within several months(although their mobos seem to hold up) and they will just tell me tough luck. I think I'll be staying away from Gigabyte for a while.







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I've recently bought a Strix 980 Ti OC second hand in excellent condition to replace my Rx 480, it compliments very well with my Fx 8350 and I've noticed a significant performance increase to all my games.

But voltage is locked...

No way to increase beyond the 1212 mv point.

Is there any way to increase it using the Maxwell editor?

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I have been finding a lot of Gigabyte non-reference cards that failed the same way as mine. Many, literally right as the warranty period came to an end.

Filled my room with smoke, set off all the smoke alarms, 4 hours later the house still stinks.
This one was installed mid-December 2015, 3 years ago... I'm still waiting to hear back from Gigabyte if they will cover this or not, but from previous experience; had 3 other gigabyte GPUs fail within days/weeks of the warranty, or once replacement failing within several months(although their mobos seem to hold up) and they will just tell me tough luck. I think I'll be staying away from Gigabyte for a while.



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post #16368 of 16374 (permalink) Old 01-17-2019, 09:10 AM
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Hi all, question about using a gpu cooler. Does anyone know if the NZXT Kraken G12 will work on the EVGA 980 ti FTW (with or without the back plate)?

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Sorry for thread revival, just trying to eek a little more out of this PNY 980 TI Reference card before I upgrade to a RTX 2070. Got this for fixing someones computer out of a Alienware eGPU that had never been used since purchace, seems to do extremely well, but have hit a brick wall overclocking on the stock cooler. It seems to never go above 56C, but will not clock higher than 1412mhz on core, even with the power slider maxed out. From what I gather, it peggs the Power limit around that point, then holds rhat clock, and stays super cool.
Any help would be appreciated!
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Well, my MSI GTX 980 Ti up and died without warning... was only a couple months outside its warranty, but MSI wouldn't do anything for me when I contacted them about an RMA

I already picked up an EVGA RTX 2070 to replace it, but is there anything I can try to bring this 980 Ti back to life? There are no visible signs of damage on the card, but any system it's installed in now refuses to boot until the card is removed.
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