980 Ti Owners Thread

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

  1. darrenj

    darrenj Ancient Guru

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  2. Timesgodjillion

    Timesgodjillion Member Guru

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    I've had zero issues so far running an i7 4790k at 4.6/1.3v and GTX 980ti SLI with +200 on the cores. Haven't messed with their voltage though because I haven't needed it. Didn't overclock the memory because I don't see a difference in games whether or not I overclock it. Also powering 5 case fans, an SSD, HDD, and a Corsair H100i GTX AiO with no problems.
     
  3. Cartman372

    Cartman372 Maha Guru

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    Well it looks like I'll be fine then. Thanks!
     
  4. Sethos

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    Got my G10s set up. Also moved back to my Phanteks case. I haven't done any load testing, only individual testing and the numbers look great so far. It's not pretty but it works ...

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  5. ---TK---

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    I opted for a corsair 1000 watt for my kids rig, I like headroom on psu. And the fact that it's going to be in Florida, that's what I opted for. He's running my sli 780ti that I gave him.
     
  6. Tnecniv

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    Picked up an MGSV 980 Ti bundle last week when Amazon had the EVGA ACX on sale for $650 ($660 w/backplate). I got the one with backplate delivered a few days ago:

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    Haven't had a chance to test it out that much but in addition to the factory overclock, I am able to add another +134 to the core (and + 25 to the voltage). It boosts up to between 1420-1475mhz from what I've seen. I think 1475mhz is my stable core limit. I tried adding some more to reach 1500 but it would crash. I have a stable +400 on the memory, haven't tried increasing that yet.

    Here's my 980Ti Firestrike score with 2600K:

    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/7974443?

    Graphics - 20,511
    Physics - 11,510
    Combined - 7,427
    Overall - 15,857

    I played a few hours of Dragon Age Inquisition with that oc and it ran stable, silent and cool. I left the fan at default, did not hear it get louder than my cpu fans and the hottest I saw it get was 74c.

    Here are some screenshots from that DA session. I mostly got 60 fps during gameplay but fluctuates between 35-60 during cutscenes. 2880x1620 downsampled to 1920 x 1080, MSAA disabled, the rest maxed out:

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    And here are direct links to the full sized, un-downsampled 2880 x 1620 images:

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  7. Cartman372

    Cartman372 Maha Guru

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    Yeah I'm still a bit weary about the lack of headroom, don't want to shorten its lifespan. I'll upgrade the PSU later on as a preventative measure.
     
  8. darrenj

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  9. Sethos

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    Well, it fits the MSI non-reference board. The MSI board also has excellent VRM fortification, probably the best out of all the cards.

    On average, my load temps dropped 20-25*

    These things ran really hot. With the top card sucking in all the heat from the bottom card, you'd easily see 83-86* during heavy load. Now I see an average of 55 and can sometimes sneak up to 60 when running a properly SLI scaled game uncapped or in the 90-120 range.

    Plus, no more hideous 80-90% fan noise.
     
  10. SSJBillClinton

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    About bloody time...
     

  11. darrenj

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    Holy shiiiiiiiii.........
     
  13. SSJBillClinton

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    Haha, only 2 for me unfortunately! 1 is for the missus as a replacement for her 780.

    Great cards though! I can't complain, get about 56c maximum temp with 1440 core and 3947 memory.
     
  14. XenthorX

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    O-M-G, I already have one that kills everything. Enjoy. I made a custom ROM if you're interested.
     
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    Anyone here upgrade from a normal 980 to the 980ti?

    Worth the upgrade?
     

  16. XenthorX

    XenthorX Ancient Guru

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    980-Ti Oc-ed to 1450/1500Mhz on Core give 80%+ performance of 980-SLI of Retail version in 1440p and 4K, according to my personal experience on Futuremark benchmark.
     
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    That's a fairly big performance boost if coming from a single 980 then, didn't expect it to be so big tbh, found a benchmark after I posted that saying about 20-30% boost over a 980
     
  18. kevin

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    Just got the MSI 980TI 6gb gaming only thing i am unhappy about is that i have a DP screen a HDMI screen and a dvi screen when i have my DVI screen pluged in the the card will not idle so its always on 912 MHZ and temp of 59c.
     
  19. kakarot

    kakarot Maha Guru

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    Video cards have always been like this. Even dual displays will keep the card at elevated clocks if they run different resolutions
     
  20. kevin

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    Thanks for that i have used AMD cards for the last 8/9 years (last being 290X in crossfire,with the same monitors , they ran just fine in idle
     

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