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My GTX 980 Ti Overclock... Is it good? (Air Cooling)

Reference 980 TI

- 1000 MHz Base Clock

- 1075 MHz Boost Clock

 

EVGA 980 TI Classified 

- 1190 MHz Base Clock (stock) 190 MHz overclock respectively when compared to the reference design

- 1291 MHz Boost Clock (stock) 216 MHz overclock respectively when compared to the reference design

 

During my stock testing, the actual boost clock held steady at 1392 Mhz.

 

Overstock: Core clock +58 Mhz (1450 MHz Boost Clock) 375 MHz overclock respectively when compared to the reference design

+104 Memory Clock (1805 Mhz)

 

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Good core clock, memory is a bit lacking though.

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Good core clock, memory is a bit lacking though.

 

I'll play with the card. I could push it further to +350 at least, instead of 104 I believe.

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I'll play with the card. I could push it further to +350 at least, instead of 104 I believe.

Oh wow just saw you were running at +50mV, is your card stable at those settings?

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Oh wow just saw you were running at +50mV, is your card stable at those settings?

 

Yes why, should I keep it at +0? I want a stable OC so I don't mind adding a little more voltage.

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Yes why, should I keep it at +0? I want a stable OC so I don't mind adding a little more voltage.

I've got mine at +0 mV, 1471MHz Core and 1977MHz memory stable, but can push 1524MHz core and 2000MHz memory - I'll have to see if I can keep that stable.

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I've got mine at +0 mV, 1471MHz Core and 1977MHz memory stable, but can push 1524MHz core and 2000MHz memory - I'll have to see if I can keep that stable.

 

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not too bad.

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