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What are you using for power management?

Msi afterburner, had 4.2.0 then reinstalled it with the 4.3.0 beta and no difference. I just tried changing the fps of my monitor to 60 in the nvidia settings and the card downclocked to <200mhz, put it back to 144 and it's idling at 912mhz again.

Monitor is the asus rog swift PG278Q, only had it a few weeks first time I have had this problem though when I installed the new driver.

G-sync related issue?
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Originally Posted by sugalumps View Post

Msi afterburner, had 4.2.0 then reinstalled it with the 4.3.0 beta and no difference. I just tried changing the fps of my monitor to 60 in the nvidia settings and the card downclocked to <200mhz, put it back to 144 and it's idling at 912mhz again.

Monitor is the asus rog swift PG278Q, only had it a few weeks first time I have had this problem though when I installed the new driver.

G-sync related issue?

Mine is the same, but I'm using two monitors at different refresh rates. When I unplug one monitor, it goes down to low 200mhz clock.
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Originally Posted by dmasteR View Post

What are you using for power management?

Msi afterburner, had 4.2.0 then reinstalled it with the 4.3.0 beta and no difference. I just tried changing the fps of my monitor to 60 in the nvidia settings and the card downclocked to <200mhz, put it back to 144 and it's idling at 912mhz again.

Monitor is the asus rog swift PG278Q, only had it a few weeks first time I have had this problem though when I installed the new driver.

G-sync related issue?
I believe he meant as far as what are your power settings inside Nvidea control panel . Right click enter Nvidea control panel and select manage 3D settings. Under power management mode there will be 3 settings. Optimal power, adaptive, and maximum performance.


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Saw a MSI 980TI Gaming 6G Gold Edition on Newegg for $399 + $30 rebate and snagged it. Was waiting for a GTX 1080 but at $369, couldn't resist (considering that GTX 1070s around the $399 price points are the horrid reference models with ****ty coolers).
 
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Msi afterburner, had 4.2.0 then reinstalled it with the 4.3.0 beta and no difference. I just tried changing the fps of my monitor to 60 in the nvidia settings and the card downclocked to <200mhz, put it back to 144 and it's idling at 912mhz again.

Monitor is the asus rog swift PG278Q, only had it a few weeks first time I have had this problem though when I installed the new driver.

G-sync related issue?

No, I was wondering what your power management setting is set to in the NVIDIA Control Panel. It's under 3D Settings.

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There's this dilemma still in my head guys ......

Should I get Asus 980Ti strix in SLI with waterblocks or go and get 1080 with a waterblock ? redface.gif
Price-wise=the same.
Performance-wise=I would expect "up to" 50% more performance out of 980Ti SLI.


1. Not sure how 980Ti will perform under DX12 titles
2. Not gonna change graphics cards in 1-2years time
3. Not sure about SLI support
4. I play in 1440p so ....not sure if 1080 can get close to 100fps+
5. These asus strix 980Ti cards are voltage locked to 1.21V so watercooling may not be really worth it
6. 1080 is voltage locked too so.....beh...

What to do lol... redface.gifredface.gifredface.gifrolleyes.gif
Edited by fat4l - 6/26/16 at 1:59am
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Wait for 1080ti.
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There's this dilemma still in my head guys ......

Should I get Asus 980Ti strix in SLI with waterblocks or go and get 1080 with a waterblock ? redface.gif
Price-wise=the same.
Performance-wise=I would expect "up to" 50% more performance out of 980Ti SLI.


1. Not sure how 980Ti will perform under DX12 titles
2. Not gonna change graphics cards in 1-2years time
3. Not sure about SLI support
4. I play in 1440p so ....not sure if 1080 can get close to 100fps+
5. These asus strix 980Ti cards are voltage locked to 1.21V so watercooling may not be really worth it
6. 1080 is voltage locked too so.....beh...

What to do lol... redface.gifredface.gifredface.gifrolleyes.gif

Sure, if you want to waste your money, go ahead and buy the 1080's. wink.gif Wait, I am thinking you already have the 980 Ti in SLI or you can get the second card cheap, is that the case?
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Sure, if you want to waste your money, go ahead and buy the 1080's. wink.gif Wait, I am thinking you already have the 980 Ti in SLI or you can get the second card cheap, is that the case?
well no. I can get 2x 980ti very cheap....soooo
I'm coming from the read team smile.gif
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There's this dilemma still in my head guys ......

Should I get Asus 980Ti strix in SLI with waterblocks or go and get 1080 with a waterblock ? redface.gif
Price-wise=the same.
Performance-wise=I would expect "up to" 50% more performance out of 980Ti SLI.


1. Not sure how 980Ti will perform under DX12 titles
2. Not gonna change graphics cards in 1-2years time
3. Not sure about SLI support
4. I play in 1440p so ....not sure if 1080 can get close to 100fps+
5. These asus strix 980Ti cards are voltage locked to 1.21V so watercooling may not be really worth it
6. 1080 is voltage locked too so.....beh...

What to do lol... redface.gifredface.gifredface.gifrolleyes.gif

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Originally Posted by Belkov View Post

Wait for 1080ti.
This.
my choices were either 980ti now then 1080ti/Vega, or 1070 now then 1080ti/Vega
you already have the first setup. keep it. DX12 hasnt gone mainstream yet, but you do have a beast of a setup ... but also IMO, you missed the chance to sell those 980ti, the resale value is falling since the 1070 is cheaper and can match it and maybe in a few driver revisions even win 1070 vs 980ti, so that obviously an SLI setup will win too.

Just wait for 1080ti, I wouldnt see the point of paying extra for a few % increase in performance.
Also depends what you're doing, do you want the 1070s for Benching or gaming?


Dam. I missed the "Should I get 980ti SLI" part. haha
My advice changes, Single Card Solution, all the way. SLI/CF is a hole-waste of money when the game you want to play doesnt even support multiGPU
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