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"As seen dwellers, Boost overclocking frequency up to 2088MHz, this time to run 3DMark points Gengjinyiceng floor, slightly more when compared with the card 1936MHz 100 points, and then further on to 2100MHz, the drive will be abnormal collapsed, 3DMark test can not be completed"

https://translate.google.it/translate?hl=it&sl=zh-CN&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.chiphell.com%2Fthread-1594110-1-1.html

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post #3642 of 6175
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Originally Posted by GorillaSceptre View Post

Criticizing the FE makes you a fanboy now does it? rolleyes.gif Criticizing the $700 price, thermal issues, etc., is wrong. The logical thing to do is defend the FE based on a MSRP of $599 and base the performance on assumptions of unreleased AIB cards, while assuming they will cost $599 and basing price/perf on that, while also pretending cards like the 980Ti can no longer overclock. Remember, the FE also has a magical ability to shed all it's shortcomings the moment custom cards drop, so basing our opinions based on a $700 *elite card with "premium components' and the "highest quality materials" is completely useless. thumb.gif

We'll also ignore all the previous posts of some of these users (who accuse others of fanboyism) who foretold the impact these revolutionary 16nm chips would bring. If i thought iLeak and Co. were worth the effort, it would be hilarious to show what they said the 1080 would need to be in order to be a great card. It's almost as if the real fanboys are the ones who defend a brand no matter what. thinking.gif

If i end up having a big Pascal card i guess I'll be labeled a NV shill again (like i was when i had an Nvidia card in my sig and criticized a certain product of AMD). Won't be long now before @criminal is accused of having an AMD card disguised as a 980. biggrin.gif

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"As seen dwellers, Boost overclocking frequency up to 2088MHz, this time to run 3DMark points Gengjinyiceng floor, slightly more when compared with the card 1936MHz 100 points, and then further on to 2100MHz, the drive will be abnormal collapsed, 3DMark test can not be completed"

https://translate.google.it/translate?hl=it&sl=zh-CN&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.chiphell.com%2Fthread-1594110-1-1.html

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I hoped the custom cards would go 2300-2400 mhz frown.gif
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G1 only one power connector,? wow that sucks if it will limit the OC

It seems as though they have shifted the G1 down in the range and made the Extreme the new top tier card in their lineup. The G1 is now like MSI's Gaming card and the extreme is in line with the lightning.
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I hoped the custom cards would go 2300-2400 mhz frown.gif


same.... sad-smiley-002.gif
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I hoped the custom cards would go 2300-2400 mhz frown.gif

They will, don't worry. wink.gif

Seriously though, who knows how high they will clock once in the hands of an experienced OCN member with a custom bios under a full water loop.
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"As seen dwellers, Boost overclocking frequency up to 2088MHz, this time to run 3DMark points Gengjinyiceng floor, slightly more when compared with the card 1936MHz 100 points, and then further on to 2100MHz, the drive will be abnormal collapsed, 3DMark test can not be completed"

https://translate.google.it/translate?hl=it&sl=zh-CN&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.chiphell.com%2Fthread-1594110-1-1.html

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Should probably cite the original source instead.

http://diy.pconline.com.cn/795/7950003_all.html#content_page_2

Review of the Asus 1080 Strix

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post #3648 of 6175
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I hoped the custom cards would go 2300-2400 mhz frown.gif
LOL dream on. These chips top out around 2GHz for a safe OC AIBs will sell. Normal OC if not limited by TT or PT will be around 2-2.1GHz on air coolers. These cards are made to clock higher than previous gen but not so much that you would get 2.5GHz, people got too greedy after seeing a cherry picked 2.1GHz sample in Nvidia's presentation.
post #3649 of 6175
How important is the second 6 or 8 pin power connector to those of us not looking for extreme OCs? Jayz2cents didn't seem to think it was very important unless you're doing hardcore OC'ing. I personally like the idea of replacing my 4 power connecting PSU cable with just 1, going from crossfire to 1080. I'll trade the gonzo LN2 OC's for a much tidier case interior.
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It seems as though they have shifted the G1 down in the range and made the Extreme the new top tier card in their lineup. The G1 is now like MSI's Gaming card and the extreme is in line with the lightning.

thumb.gif Thanks for the explanation but i rather liked the G1 "brand" as there best model
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