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He couldnt even reach 2,5ghz due to voltage lock around 1,25v even with custom bios from nvidia they couldnt overcome the 1,25v (the card gets over 1,25v very unstable).
But he wrote in the forum that they found a way but he cant tell actually more i will update you guys when there is something new but after all this shows that on water 2,3 ghz will be the limit.

Der8auer also wrote that he is dissapointed in the view of an extreme overclocker his gtx980 ti clocked to 2,2ghz has much more perfomance than his 1080 with around 2,4-2,5ghz.

EDIT: He also wrote that this doesnt mean that its impossible to reach 2,5ghz or even a bit higher with ln2 becaus maybe he just got some bad oc gpu´s but i still guess its a nice indicator.

Sounds like Maxwell voltage scaling all over again, but even worse. wth.gif

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Yes, 2.1GHz 1080 is the 1450MHz common 980 TI I'm thinking.

Any guess as to whether or not we're really gonna need a second power connector, 8 or 6 pin, to get to 2.1 GHz? I had the impression we might not and I'm keeping an open eye on the cards with just 1 8 pin connector.

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That's called entitlement.

You can wait a few weeks to buy the non FE edition. Don't have to insult people.

To be fair, the FE is a pile of poop compared to the non FE cards, it's genuine gouging with the MSRP not being followed for a crappier product and sets a silly trend if people eat that nonsense up. To that end I hope people don't buy lots of FE cards because it'll send a clear message: don't pull this crap again.

So in that regard his comment makes sense, I too hope the FE edition cards will bomb like that abomination known as the Titan Z for the betterment of the industry, not because I don't want people to have a 1080 faster than me.
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Rampant consumerism drives up prices. It's not an insult to say so, or to wish people would stop doing rampant consumerism and driving up prices.

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Any guess as to whether or not we're really gonna need a second power connector, 8 or 6 pin, to get to 2.1 GHz? I had the impression we might not and I'm keeping an open eye on the cards with just 1 8 pin connector.

I'd like to know this too as the Gigabyte G1 1080 is a perfect fit for my case, an Air 240 (height restriction on GPU's) but has 1 8 pin connector.

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Rampant consumerism drives up prices.

The entire premise of marketing is to get people to buy things they don't need/want...

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There's no evidence that the 1080 needs more than an 8pin to reach 2100MHz. Once the bios is modded for power limit and maybe more voltage, crank up the fans speed to 100%, we can see if the FE 1080 can surpass 2100MHz. We'll have to compare the FE card to a custom card with more than an 8pin power plug.


Like the 750 ti, the 6pin card compared to no pci-E plugs at all, overclocked better from what I've seen.

So far a couple of FE 1080s I've seen here have come close to 2100MHz without a bios mod. There is hope.

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There's no evidence that the 1080 needs more than an 8pin to reach 2100MHz. Once the bios is modded for power limit and maybe more voltage, crank up the fans speed to 100%, we can see if the FE 1080 can surpass 2100MHz. We'll have to compare the FE card to a custom card with more than an 8pin power plug.


Like the 750 ti, the 6pin card compared to no pci-E plugs at all, overclocked better from what I've seen.

So far a couple of FE 1080s I've seen here have come close to 2100MHz without a bios mod. There is hope.

8-Pin can pull more then 150W. So I do not think thats a limit. These cards are already hitting 2.1GHz from 1.5GHz of last gen. Its already far enough. Nvidia is not going to let 600-700MHz free boost from cards. The MHz OC is 1080 is same as older cards ~ 400MHz over Boost clock. % OC is lower though.

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All we actually know is that we CAN get more out of the core with better boards since pulling voltage from the VRAM does allow for a small core increase. How high remains to be seen.

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Sounds like Maxwell voltage scaling all over again, but even worse. wth.gif

Its funny, you and I speculated exactly this weeks before the card was even officially announced. Nvidia used all of the clock headroom for stock performance and there just isn't anything left in the tank. So much for all the custom cards adding tons and tons of OCing room as certain people have been assuring us for weeks. This card is looking like a much worse OCer than the 980 was...

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