980 Ti Owners Thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by AvengerUK, Jun 1, 2015.

  1. A49ER08

    A49ER08 Member Guru

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    wow.. 95 c!?
    so I shouldn't be concerned when mine hits 70C full load when playing Witcher 3!?

    sweeeeeeeeeeeet!
     
  2. Loophole35

    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    How is your 980Ti treating you and the blocks? I'm getting more impatient as the days go by. I have a serious itch that needs some scratching.
     
  3. DreamTheatrics

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  6. AvengerUK

    AvengerUK Master Guru

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    Bah, stability isn't great after a while hehe

    I haven't touched voltage controls, worth trying adding some mV?

    (Notice hilberts reviews overclocking usually adds +50)

    How safe is it? / worth trying? :)
     
  7. DreamTheatrics

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    Hey what program do you guys use to OC? I used MSI AB for my 7950's do you Nvidia folk use the same program?
     
  8. MikeMK

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    Thanks guys, guess I'll give it a go!
     
  9. Megabiv

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    Been running great, everything is buttery smooth and the temps are great. Typical temps are about 29-30c idle (desktop etc) with games putting it around 38-40'c based on load. Managed to get firestrike passed at over 1500 boost and 4000mhz mem with +60mv although I'm still not 100% of it's longterm stability.
     
  10. DreamTheatrics

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    This wait is absolutely killing me and I just ordered today. Luckily I ordered with 2 day shipping. Just watching YouTube video's of The Witcher 3 with everything maxed out on 1440p make me smile. My W3 experience with these 7950's have been nightmare-worthy. Can't wait to put her under water and see what I can squeeze out....wow that actually sounded creepy!
     

  11. anxious_f0x

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    Do it, you won't regret it :D
     
  12. wrathloki

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    I found that the memory was really sensitive to overclock in mine. I'd make sure the core is rock solid then slowly bring the memory up.
     
  13. wrathloki

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    I never once had a problem with fire strike on clocks that had problems in heaven, furmark or games. Fire strike is crap for checking stability.
     
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    Windows 10 drivers are out. http://www.winbeta.org/news/nvidia-...eforce-drivers-just-time-batman-arkham-knight
     

  16. Megabiv

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    Aye I'm with you on that and today I did some loop testing with Heaven for about 40mins (went had breakfast and got washed etc.) at the following settings +300mhz Core / +500mhz Memory core voltage +65mv. Seemed to run perfectly fine with temps hitting 40'c and a boost speed of about 1530mhz. I also ran Monster Hunter Online benchmark for a bit with no issues and that now leaves me with some serious FFXIV sessions to see if it holds :nerd:.

    I really do love this card it rocks :rock:
     
  17. Teisco

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    Anyone replaced sli 980's with ti's yet. If so what is your experience?
     
  18. AvengerUK

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    Me :)

    I don't regret it. Sold the 980's to offset the cost. (my usual strategy!)

    I just need to upgrade my screen(s) for a higher resolution to make use of them.

    I need to find a stable overclock :p

    @ Megabiv, use those settings just for benching or general gameplay too? :p

    trying to decide whether to leave mine OC'd or not :p
     
  19. Timesgodjillion

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    I did and I can honestly say I was a bit underwhelmed at the increase. Although, I will say the 2 games I was playing at the time seem to benefit the least from the swap and that's Witcher 3 and GTA 5. Other games, according to some website's benchmarks, see a much larger increase between SLI 980 and SLI 980ti's. My synthetic scores went way up though and I feel much better about the future having 6GB vram instead of 4GB.
     
  20. Teisco

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    Thanks, my thoughts are selling my three 980's and going with two Ti's mainly for the extra memory. Not sure what I can get out of used EVGA sc reference 980's these days.
     

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