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just look at the TDP % in ab or whatever monitoring software. for the actual TDP, check your bios [power tab].

i can attest for me, using a killowatt and flashing different bios w/adjusted TDPs; it's close enough for government work.

I go up to 110% TDP, but once I have the TDP, how can I convert it in watt?
go to the POWER TAB in MBT:

modded left (425 watts @ 121%); stock right (275 watts @110%):
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yes, in most benches, in real world they are pretty comparable, when 6GB of VRAM is enough.

If I had two 980Ti's @ 1450 MHz. in SLI I wouldn't bother to upgrade to anything -- unless it was another more
powerful SLI setup.

I had my one 980Ti running at 1455 Mhz. and the increase in minimum framerate w/my o'clocked 1080Ti is
only between 40% and 60% in the games that matter (i.e. that weren't already maxed out w/the 980Ti). The
big problem is that the framerate swing w/the 1080Ti is larger, so I can go from say 60 FPS to over a 110 FPS, which
never happened w/the 980Ti.
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R.I.P. You will be missed.

ANOTHER VICTIM

SAME SPOT
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ANOTHER VICTIM

SAME SPOT

What voltages, clocks were u running??
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Do manufacturers cover warranty for scenarios like this where you've run an overclock or is it usually at their discretion on a case by case basis?
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Do manufacturers cover warranty for scenarios like this where you've run an overclock or is it usually at their discretion on a case by case basis?

Card by card basis, they have the gear to repair that card and re-sell as refurbished if the damaged was localized.

Also, that particular fault could happen irrespective of whether you OCed or not. A power surge through the 8 pins for example, could've done the same thing.
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I suspect the two chips that blew are SMD capacitors. Overcurrent? or some kind of power surge. I doubt its heat related since the SMD ceramic caps are pretty tanky.
They are. SMD resistances. It looks like the culprit was the memory/pll phase IC since it has a 8/2/2 phase. The 8 ones have a thermal pad. The others two dont have one and plus i already had artifacts some months ago wich probably where their fault.

I wasn't even overclocking. Stock freq. is 1380 i was at 1400 with stock voltage and +10 PL

Well i already sent it off to RMA praying GB does not screw me over.

Everything else is fine so i very much doubt it was anything but the GPU.
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They are. SMD resistances. It looks like the culprit was the memory/pll phase IC since it has a 8/2/2 phase. The 8 ones have a thermal pad. The others two dont have one and plus i already had artifacts some months ago wich probably where their fault.

I wasn't even overclocking. Stock freq. is 1380 i was at 1400 with stock voltage and +10 PL

Well i already sent it off to RMA praying GB does not screw me over.

Everything else is fine so i very much doubt it was anything but the GPU.

If you had a 980Ti SLI setup and you get back a 1080 instead of another 980Ti how would that work out?
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sell both 980Ti/1080 and buy 1080Ti? upsidedwnsmiley.gif
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If you had a 980Ti SLI setup and you get back a 1080 instead of another 980Ti how would that work out?

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sell both 980Ti/1080 and buy 1080Ti? upsidedwnsmiley.gif
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