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08-16-2019 02:45 AM
deanstead2k15
Pny 980 to bios

Does anybody have a stock bios for the pny variant of the 980 to. Very much appreciated. Thanks in advance
08-09-2019 01:14 AM
Reive Hi, i have downloaded a bios mod OC from gtx 780 ti owners club for my Asus 780 Ti with a fixed clock.
It works Amazing. Now i want flash my Asus GTX 980 Ti but i dont find any Bios mods for Download. The settings are to complicated for me.
Can pls someone Upload or give me a link for Asus GTX 980 Ti with a fixed Clock setting (High but stable). some games makes problems with the boost function.
08-07-2019 03:44 PM
technodanvan
August 2019 Foldathon!

Hello 980Ti Owner's Club!

I apologize for potentially derailing otherwise productive conversation, but this will only take a moment (yes this is a canned message I'm using in other clubs too, sorry)

You might have noticed the banner link to the upcoming Foldathon, August 2019 Edition. The OCN Folding team has been losing 24/7 membership for some time, and to make up for that we encourage other OCN users to jump in for a couple of days and donate a little bit of CPU and GPU time to helping find a cure for a variety of diseases, notably various cancer's but also Alzheimer's and others. We'd really appreciate it if you would join us!

Link to the Foldathon is here: August 2019 Foldathon

Link to the Stanford [email protected] Website is here: [email protected] Windows Download Page

I promise it's easy to set up! You don't need to worry about changing driver's or anything like that. Just do the following:

1a. If you don't already have an FAH passkey, create one here: Passkey Request Form

1b. If you haven't had a passkey before, you might want to run this for a day or two leading up to the Foldathon in order to qualify for bonus points.

2. Download/install the installer: [email protected] Windows Download Page

3. Once installed it'll autorun, enter your account and passkey you just created, and enter "37726" as your team number for OCN

4. Once you have it working, head to the Foldathon page (linked above) to register!

After that, you're pretty much done! If you don't want your CPU to run you can either pause it individually or disable it completely in the advanced controller - Configure -> Slots -> Select CPU -> Select 'Remove' -> DONE.

This whole process will take less than ten minutes, I promise. Put that studly computer to work and help us out! You can always shut down or remove the FAH controller afterwards.
07-18-2019 07:11 PM
Leapo
Quote: Originally Posted by reaver83 View Post
What is the Radeon R9 in your system? are you trying to run 2 completely different graphics cards? if so, it does not work well.
Please read up on the troubleshooting that we're doing with this 980 Ti. The Radeon's only purpose is as a spare (working) graphics card to provide display-out. Swapping the R9 for a GTX 750 Ti as the primary GPU makes no difference (confirmed).

If the 980 Ti is the only card in the system, the system will not boot (replicated on 3 separate computers). If it's a secondary card, the system will boot, but the driver won't load on the 980 Ti.

As an aside, AMD and Nvidia cards can co-exist in the same system without issue. That hasn't caused problems in a long, long time.
06-30-2019 07:05 AM
Unknownm
Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
short answer:
yep. just make sure to use math for the 6 and 8 pin 100% ie 175(6) and 250(8) for 425.


E: i don't count the pci-e slot power - the 66/75 i use for wiggle room, i never touch that.
You could pull 200w+ out of the motherboard. I wouldn't recommend doing it though lol

06-16-2019 03:11 PM
Unknownm
Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
short answer:
yep. just make sure to use math for the 6 and 8 pin 100% ie 175(6) and 250(8) for 425.

E: i don't count the pci-e slot power - the 66/75 i use for wiggle room, i never touch that.
well I took the risk. Just finished 3rd run of superposition 8K custom (to eat up 6GB Vram).

Power limit 420w out of 425w [+101% afterburner]
Fan RPM 4000rpm all modes
Memory 3505Mhz -> 3850 [+51 afterburner]
Fixed P02 mem clock in recording mode [3505 to 3850]

benchmark hits shy of 410w!
06-16-2019 02:43 PM
looniam
Quote: Originally Posted by Unknownm View Post
just one final thing to my 980 ti

Max "power limit" (121%) through bios meaning no more MSI Afterburner to apply the 121% Limit. I know where to adjust this value in Maxwell II BIOS Tweaker but NOT sure if it's safe to do.

AKA
"Def (mW) 100% 350w" now 425w
"Max (mW) 121% 425w" changes to 100%

Which means 100% default power limit no need for any program?
short answer:
yep. just make sure to use math for the 6 and 8 pin 100% ie 175(6) and 250(8) for 425.

E: i don't count the pci-e slot power - the 66/75 i use for wiggle room, i never touch that.
06-16-2019 12:31 PM
Unknownm just one final thing to my 980 ti

Max "power limit" (121%) through bios meaning no more MSI Afterburner to apply the 121% Limit. I know where to adjust this value in Maxwell II BIOS Tweaker but NOT sure if it's safe to do.

AKA
"Def (mW) 100% 350w" now 425w
"Max (mW) 121% 425w" changes to 100%

Which means 100% default power limit no need for any program?
06-09-2019 07:36 AM
g34rfr34k
Quote: Originally Posted by 8051 View Post
I read an article that seemed to indicate two bridges might make a diff in framerates for a few games and it might have only been one.
That's interesting. I would plug in the second bridge if I had one. I'm having trouble finding ONE for sale locally and for some reason I can't post in the for sale/wanted section so I can't even ask if someone nearby has an extra one for sale.
06-08-2019 11:27 PM
8051
Quote: Originally Posted by g34rfr34k View Post
I have two GTX 980 Ti's that I'd like to SLI. Do I need one sli bridge cable or two?

My card seems to have space for two cables.

Cards are identical: ASUS STRIX-GTX980TI-DC3OC-6GD5-GAMING

Mobo: ASUS Z170-A
I read an article that seemed to indicate two bridges might make a diff in framerates for a few games and it might have only been one.
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