Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by AvengerUK, Jun 1, 2015.
Looks nice indeed ,, what are your temps like and your boost clocks @ default
woot 8500 on memory? did you use the Afterburner Alpha for the Lightning to up the Memory Voltage? i can use 7800 barely with +25mV :nerd:
Got my EK Waterblock all hooked up with QDC to my Predator cooler. Still playing around with fan orientation and pump speed to find optimal performance, but boy is it ever nice to no longer hear that GPU fan :thumbup:
just follow what Mr. Hilbert done here
swicth to LN2 bios,just down Temp Target 85-90 Degrees C,power limiter 120%,Voltage GPU 1.2V,raise up fan setting 80-100%..
this surely can go any further and will more insanely using LN2 for Xtrme OC:banana:
interesting to know&try Asus 980Ti Matrix Pltnm version
so you guys really want to pay 1049.-$ for 80+asic.
if other companys hop on that bandwagon then good night.
i am only talking bout gamers here not benchers.
maybe I should sell my 86.2 ASIC then buy another with change ?
Looking good :banana::banana::banana:
Im thinking about getting two 980ti with reference coolers.
just because it would work better with the cooling in my HAFx then the two 780s I got.
my HafX keeps my 2 MSI 980ti under 75c at 1481 core. I removed the hard drive cage to allow better airflow from front 200mm fan my ssds are in 525 bays
Lol my gtx 980 ti now like this. It was a reference evga SC
I have 2 of those cards and both using the same fcwb's that you just installed and the temps are amazing. Both cards in a gpu only loop using a EK 420mm rad, and a GTX240 all in push pull, both cards @ 1501mhz 7700mhz ram, load 100% @ 32c/34c and idle just near ambient... Performance is amazing.
Wow 34c under load that is a nice temperature
My gtx 980ti@1460 does avg 43c and cpu@4500mhz 48c in house temperature 19c 3x12cm radiator 1 240 and 1 120 rad.
Give memory oc also a fps boost?
yep at least when i'm forcing SGSSAA bumping from 3500mhz to 4000mhz gives almost 10fps :banana:
Too bad tho it seems my 980TI isn't even stable in Blade & Soul even at stock, dunno but i starting to think it's this game only wich causes me some troubles with TDRs, played last saturday 14h Fallout 4 straight without any issues whatsoever, actually B&S is the only game wich gives me problems
So tonight i was running both cards in assassin's creed syndicate @ 1488 mhz boost and 250 on the memory and still i had no extra voltage added just using the default and they pretty much stayed on that for a 2hr gaming session i did increase the power and temp target to the max in afterburner and set the temp as priority
Temps top card was 79
bottom card was 72
considering my temps i think that i would have to sort that out with more fans as i think any added voltage and they would start to throttle , my 780s would start to throttle at 75c i think .
are these 980ti using gpu boost 2 and if so could someone tell me at which point they start clocking down ,i've had a quick google but can't find a definate answer
Now im running 1500mhz with a custom bios, the 1 who give me stable 1500mhz.
I thick its a bios for refence design other oc bios fails at 1490mhz but not this
This is after 1 hour crysis 3
so I have liquid cooled my MSI 980TI 6G gaming
@ Kevin - Nice ice blue theme!
47 degrees max under load? That's pretty insane, do you keep your computer in the fridge or something?
Who voted this thread a 1 star thread, just curious.
So guys i decided to get another toy to play with \o/
I don't have time during the week to drain my loop and get this one added so for the moment I'm just running it on air to ensure it's a happy little card and not a DOA. Now i can't wait for my 28" ASUS PB2B7Q 4K to arrive tomorrow to really give these cards some punishment.
Someone who is jelly, that's who
Took some more shots this weekend. here is one of em