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Originally Posted by USlatin View Post

It will also have a larger surface area, so if will most likely be identical

I don't know. Average overclocks on Maxwell stay in the same ballpark for all the chips, but seem to slightly decrease the bigger the chip is. I've personally tested four different 970s, two different 980s, and a single 980 Ti G1. The 970s were definitely slightly better clockers (like 1530-1550 MHz vs 1480-1500).

Seems to be the same deal for GCN chips and Intel's "-E" series CPUs vs their mainstream equivalents. I'm sure all big Pascal chips will make it to the 2 GHz ballpark, but all it takes is ~2% lower clocks than the worst 1080s we've seen to be below 2000 MHz.


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Whats with the name GP102 over GP100 for the next Titan/Ti card?

We've got a healthy amount of info saying a GP102 chip exists (both Nvidia's own drivers and AIDA64 reference it).

Plus, GP100 really is too big, expensive, and HPC-oriented to be a good gaming chip. Largest GPU ever + really expensive 16nm node + HBM2 + poor yields on the new node + only 50% more theoretical gaming performance for twice the chip size = a really bad deal for both us and Nvidia as a gaming chip.

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Also with my luck if I was to buy this card (the 1080) I would be the unlucky schmuck that couldn't get it to OC past 1999Mhz biggrin.gif

That would suck so much.
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What would need to be modded in the bios to make these things rip? Is that even possible? Need to extend the power limit? Vcore? what else?

I feel so silly asking since these are hitting 2k ghz and that's really something as far a frequency goes but Pascal IPC is fairly weak at least that is what it looks like to me.
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Got my 1080 zotac founders edition and this are my findings, the reference cooler is quieter than the titan/980ti because is running a 4krpms, titan/ti is over 4800k and the curve is more aggresive. Which it can be edited on a bios mod..


Manage to get 2050-2080 MHz out of the box in stock reference.


This is my gpu-z while running crysis 3 at those speeds


This card needs a bios mod to stabilize those perfcaps and obscene randomly voltage fluctuations, of all the apps i tested heaven is the most voltage sucking, nvidia boost 3 is a joke and needs to get killed.

This was the computer literally on the window on a 63F day weather running heaven nothing touched other than fan @ 100%


PD: its only 12% faster than my 980Ti @ 1560
Edited by zGunBLADEz - 6/9/16 at 4:22am
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Got my 1080 zotac founders edition and this are my findings, the reference cooler is quieter than the titan/980ti because is running a 4krpms, titan/ti is over 4800k. Which it can be edited on a bios mod..


Manage to get 2050-2080 MHz out of the box in stock reference.


This is my gpu-z while running crysis 3 at those speeds


This card needs a bios mod to stabilize those perfcaps and obscene randomly voltage fluctuations, of all the apps i tested heaven is the most voltage sucking, nvidia boost 3 is a joke and needs to get killed.

Are you running your card inside a case? I'm curious to see how the card throttles out of the box when inside a case.
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Are you really trying to say you had a delta of 9C during Crysis and a delta of ZERO during heaven bench..?
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I'm honestly not sure what to get now...the reason I went for AIB's was because the better cooler and higher stock clocks allowed the boost to be higher then reference always. But it seems like the boost clock on the Founders and AIB's are pretty much the same due to Nvidia Boost 3.0.....
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I'm honestly not sure what to get now...the reason I went for AIB's was because the better cooler and higher stock clocks allowed the boost to be higher then reference always. But it seems like the boost clock on the Founders and AIB's are pretty much the same due to Nvidia Boost 3.0.....

Difference is that while FE can hit 2 GHz+ OC if you have a good chip, it is completely bottlenecked by the cooler. It will not sustain 2 GHz at 100% fan unless you have a really low ambient temp or aren't fully stressing the card.
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Does anyone know if there are any reviews of the AIB blower cards? My ITX case would benefit more from a blower than open air 1080. There has to be one that doesn't throttle like the FE...I hope biggrin.gif
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Are you really trying to say you had a delta of 9C during Crysis and a delta of ZERO during heaven bench..?

The 63 degree Room/Ambient Temp he quoted is definitely in FAHRENHEIT(use your common sense, 63C is unendurable temp for humans), The 63 degree reported on GPU-Z is in CELSIUS
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