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I absolutely guarantee it.

I've never had a card that Afterburner couldn't overclock. It even overclocks Radeon for god sakes.

MSI doesn't even make Radeon GPU boards...

Huh what you mean with MSI dont make gpu cards?? Yes they do

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Huh what you mean with MSI dont make gpu cards?? Yes they do

Oh I know... I made a dumb comment. Lol.

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Slow your Ram down to about a +400 offset and run it again. You will likely see a slight increase in your score. I do with my EVGA Founders edition. I'm guessing that the Ram dynamically loosens timings to keep itself stable which actually negatively impacts performance.

Here is 2088/11480MHz OC (+725MHz offset)


and here is your +400MHz offset

2088/10800MHz


so +400offset is better in GPU score biggrin.gif LOL

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Here is 2088/11480MHz OC (+725MHz offset)


and here is your +400MHz offset

2088/10800MHz


so +400offset is better in GPU score biggrin.gif LOL


That is exactly what I am seeing. What we need to do now is run firestike over and over with a 10mhz increase each time to find the exact point when the timings change and set it a few MHz short of that. I'm not sure if every card is different or if they will all use a similar frequently table, but there has to be one or more sweet spots depending how many different points there are that the timings loosen with the range of stable clocks.

Before anyone says anything I do know that these differences are very marginal and will not make a difference in real world gaming, but those extra couple extra points are sometimes all you need to set a record if you are going for that sort of thing. And it's basically a reason for us to tinker with our new cards thumb.gif

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Do you think the thermosphere would work with the FE cards (shroud removed)?

I was just about to ask the same question too.

I'd like to keep the side panel LED, and I like the idea of a Hybrid.

Going full EK block will lose the LED on the side.

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I was just about to ask the same question too.

I'd like to keep the side panel LED, and I like the idea of a Hybrid.

Going full EK block will lose the LED on the side.

Maybe ek rep can chime in?

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Got my step-up GTX 1080 FE from EVGA, plugged in and installed drivers. All looks fine and boost to 1873 stock, can't wait to take it into 4K gaming and see how well it does in Armored Warfare.

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Whoa how is the g1 better looking? The extreme has stacks so it's shorter and cools better

I've got plenty of space for a long GPU, and I can't say that has ever bothered me. Even the Mini ITX build we have has ample GPU room.

Obviously the cooler design is purely opinion, but the 'Xtreme Gamer' card looks too flashy. It does look to be packed with features and great functionality, but it's just not for me smile.gif.

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I've got plenty of space for a long GPU, and I can't say that has ever bothered me. Even the Mini ITX build we have has ample GPU room.

Obviously the cooler design is purely opinion, but the 'Xtreme Gamer' card looks too flashy. It does look to be packed with features and great functionality, but it's just not for me smile.gif.

in the hiearchy, which one is more "premium"?

the G1 or the 'extreme gaming'?

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That is exactly what I am seeing. What we need to do now is run firestike over and over with a 10mhz increase each time to find the exact point when the timings change and set it a few MHz short of that. I'm not sure if every card is different or if they will all use a similar frequently table, but there has to be one or more sweet spots depending how many different points there are that the timings loosen with the range of stable clocks.

Before anyone says anything I do know that these differences are very marginal and will not make a difference in real world gaming, but those extra couple extra points are sometimes all you need to set a record if you are going for that sort of thing. And it's basically a reason for us to tinker with our new cards thumb.gif

You dont need to, you will notice it while in game for example the best game i have found to test for a quick overclock is ROTR core and mem..

Laras hair to begin with starts flickering or artifacting (like lil white squares/snow) on with too much core you need a good angle and have the camera close to her hair and you will see right away the flickering snow.. and in memory the frame rate starts going up and down on a mem overclock.. just make sure you have a view which is a steady and lots of fog. and make a preset on memory on afterburner and switch thru them..

I will start 500/600/700 on a hot key on afterburner and cycle to them..

This is the angle you need to look for on maxed out ROTR to see artifacts on almost a top stable oced is all about that hair lol
then you move the camera in and out and you will notice those artifacts on the hair





easy XD

Then after that i do a heaven run 2 hrs for stability.

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