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My Gigabyte GTX1080FE @ 2076Boost (+180Core, +575 mem)

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12204127?

Crossfire R9 290 for reference.

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Higher ASIC means less volts at stock but also a higher leakage, so when you start pushing more volts through the card it'll crap out earlier.

Low ASIC is the exact opposite, and is much more preferable if you're overvolting, as long as temperatures are under control. As I said in an earlier post, 780 Ti Kingpin cards were binned for low ASICs for precisely this reason.

So if those 90%+ ASIC numbers are real, well expect very little voltage scaling on air/water.

Wait, then why higher ASIC 980 Ti Kingpins were more expensive last time i checked?
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I think what's most impressive is the temps.
Wish we knew what sort of overclocking headroom there was...

My Gigabyte GTX1080FE @ 2076Boost (+180Core, +575 mem)

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12204127?

Nice. thumb.gif

Is that the highest overclock you managed?
Tried increasing TDP and running faster fanspeeds?
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Nice. thumb.gif

Is that the highest overclock you managed?
Tried increasing TDP and running faster fanspeeds?

There is still some juice left, especially on the memory side.
That was at 100% fanspeed, Temps never went higher then 60c during the 3D mark runs.
    
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Wait, then why higher ASIC 980 Ti Kingpins were more expensive last time i checked?

Kingpin has a very long post on this subject: http://www.overclock.net/t/1565834/evga-com-evga-to-offer-ability-to-purchase-980ti-kinpin-cards-by-asic/120_30#post_24201543

But the tl;dr version is: Maxwell does not voltage scale on air/water, so the card that runs the lowest stock voltage (high ASIC) are the ones that can overclock the most on stock voltage and thus more desirable.
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Kingpin has a very long post on this subject: http://www.overclock.net/t/1565834/evga-com-evga-to-offer-ability-to-purchase-980ti-kinpin-cards-by-asic/120_30#post_24201543

But the tl;dr version is: Maxwell does not voltage scale on air/water, so the card that runs the lowest stock voltage (high ASIC) are the ones that can overclock the most on stock voltage and thus more desirable.
So, if i understood his explanation right and these ASIC scores are not some gpu-z glitch:

A) these cards won't go much higher on air/water than 2100ish. Period.

B) these cards are ridiculous ln2 overclockers.

Now i am definitely hyped for first ln2 results.
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Pretty much. Although I'd guess the air/water ceiling is a bit higher, probably somewhere in the 2200-2300 region.
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Pretty much. Although I'd guess the air/water ceiling is a bit higher, probably somewhere in the 2200-2300 region.

"Much" was used for a reason, 2300 from 2100 is like under 10% difference.
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lol goddamn semantics
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eVGA FTW being at 769€ on EVGA EU, in my country FE at 799€, whats the chance of Classified and/or Kingpin costs below 850€? redface.gif
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