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Originally Posted by magnek View Post

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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It looks like the Ichill and the ZOTAC AMP are the only air coolers I can find above 2.0 slot thickness.

I thought the Gigabyte Extreme was 2.5 ?
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wow that 6-pin is really tucked in there.
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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

ASUS ROG STRIX-GTX1080-O8G cryingsmiley.gifohno-smiley.gifangrysmiley.gifpuke.gifrolleyessmileyanim.gif

I smell trouble lol
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Originally Posted by Rei86 View Post

And no one told thos people to jump on that hype train also. If someone is set on getting something, their going to get it. And more power to them.

EDIT: not going to get into it anymore about this.

Like someone already said, some of us devote too much time on OCN. I hope we use that time to empower everyone, especially new members, to make better, compatible, and optimal buying decisions so they add to the community instead of repeatedly regretting making uninformed decisions. Computer hardware has such horrible depreciation, that is why more criticism is better than none. I commend all those who drew me to this place in that spirit.
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Strix vs MSI

ANY opinions

ASUS all the way.

The VRM on my ASUS R9 290 DCUII ran much cooler than the VRM on my MSI GTX780 TF OC.
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Like someone already said, some of us devote too much time on OCN. I hope we use that time to empower everyone, especially new members, to make better, compatible, and optimal buying decisions so they add to the community instead of repeatedly regretting making uninformed decisions. Computer hardware has such horrible depreciation, that is why more criticism is better than none. I commend all those who drew me to this place in that spirit.
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my experience so far is not to let anyone know you like a particular brand or you will be torn to pieces.
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We've seen custom 980Ti's, 980's, 970's etc., etc., lose to their reference counterparts depending on the chip. I'm not sure why so many assumed we'd be seeing 2.5GHz easily.. On recent Nvidia chips the silicon lottery plays a bigger role than the card itself. All i want from a custom these days is great cooling, and duel bios as a bonus.
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Oh this is great. Asus is back to it's old tricks. Not all of the heatpipes make contact with the die on the strix.



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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.
Could someone experienced help with BillOhio´s question smile.gif Im very curious too
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