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I'm waiting for the ti of it.
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i wouldnt say im doing it to "upgrade", but ill be getting a couple 1080 classies to play with whenever they are released.


and havent really decided what im going to put into my main rig in place of the 980ti classies yet, taking them out to play with ln2. haven't ruled out 1080's completely yet, just not super impressed with them. Two xtreme gaming 980ti's are a possibility too.
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I've had the ti's for about 4 months now but finally finished the build lastnight.

Its obviously not the most color coordinated build I've ever seen, but it will keep me from reading every 1080 review for the next few months.

I've learned a lot from you guys and just wanted to say thank you.

4.8 stable on cpu 1.24v
1465 stable on gpu's
Delta fan running double duty to keep everything cool.

Take care
post #13174 of 16161
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Originally Posted by Corsa911 View Post



I've had the ti's for about 4 months now but finally finished the build lastnight.

Its obviously not the most color coordinated build I've ever seen, but it will keep me from reading every 1080 review for the next few months.

I've learned a lot from you guys and just wanted to say thank you.

4.8 stable on cpu 1.24v
1465 stable on gpu's
Delta fan running double duty to keep everything cool.

Take care

Oh man, how those cards even breath? Looks so tight in there, as expected for SLI but those coolers are just thick.
post #13175 of 16161
True. With that breathing space, you will be looking at 80+C temps for card 1.

Reference blowers can deal with that but not these custom cooled cards.



At 12C Ambient, I am benching at 75C on these. With a fan directed towards them.
post #13176 of 16161
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Originally Posted by Oloc View Post

Do you guys think 970 +$200 cash for an evga 980ti a good deal? I was looking at getting a 1070, but this seems like a decent deal


Its a straight sidegrade, but if you only use 1 card in games its better.
 
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Oh man, how those cards even breath? Looks so tight in there, as expected for SLI but those coolers are just thick.

Had I known one gpu wasn't going to be enough to feed the addiction, I wouldn't have purchased this particular card because heat was a huge obstacle to overcome with the sli setup.

Believe it or not, that 220cfm 140mm delta fan pulling from the back of the aio rad has been strategically placed to pump air between the cards keeping temps well below 80c.

Have any of you ever experienced the noise one of these fans creates?

I knew from the reviews it was going to be loud, but dude I had no idea just how loud. Let's just say my wife wouldn't let me use the computer until my fan controller came in. It will wake the dead, and I recommend it to anyone with tight fit sli setups.
Edited by Corsa911 - 6/2/16 at 2:34am
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I overclocked my cards to 1475 core (without boost) @ 1.27V ( just to find the max core OC) and 1943MHZ on RAM....and my FireStrike score dropped by 3k. say what!?
At some point they just lose power? GPU-Z doesn't show any core clock drops.

I tried the same but not through BIOS mods but only through Precision and the result was the same - performance drop.
Edited by Martin778 - 6/2/16 at 2:50am
post #13179 of 16161
Why are you pushing 1.27 volts on those things only to get 1475 clocks. You only need about 1.212 volts to push about 1475 or 1500 on most cards I tested including one with ASIC of only 63%.
Lower the volts and try again. Also post your ASIC score. In my testing of about 5-6 cards, ASIC did matter in terms of how much voltage you need to push through the cards.
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It's just for testing purposes, at 1.21V the scores also dropped severly. My ASIC is 73,5% on GPU1 and 79,5% on GPU2.
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