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I know this isn't really relevant but do we have an approximate time for the 1080ti release? Thanks.

3 months after the Titan release tongue.gif
     
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So do we make a joke about how companies don't trust reviewers to overclock properly either now? biggrin.gif

Seriously though, this is really bad of them. They have pulled worse in the past with a higher power target BIOS on review samples compared to retail samples which were then power limited.
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So do we make a joke about how companies don't trust reviewers to overclock properly either now? biggrin.gif

Seriously though, this is really bad of them. They have pulled worse in the past with a higher power target BIOS on review samples compared to retail samples which were then power limited.
No they didn't, videocardz is pushing bullfeces again

Those cards has 3 profiles, the 3rd profile being the most default boost clock. Customers have to set that profile, reviewers did it aswell.
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So do we make a joke about how companies don't trust reviewers to overclock properly either now? biggrin.gif

Seriously though, this is really bad of them. They have pulled worse in the past with a higher power target BIOS on review samples compared to retail samples which were then power limited.
lol. this is oc mode activated through the manufacturers own gpu control software. aib maxwells have had this feature since 2014.
where they been living ?
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lol. this is oc mode activated through the manufacturers own gpu control software. aib maxwells have had this feature since 2014.
where they been living ?

Their contention is that the out of box experience is different in that the review samples had the OC mode activated already for them instead of the Gaming mode, which I can understand. I imagine a lot of customers do not do anything but upgrade drivers automatically via GeForce Experience/Crimson Evolved.
post #5626 of 6175
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Their contention is that the out of box experience is different in that the review samples had the OC mode activated already for them instead of the Gaming mode, which I can understand. I imagine a lot of customers do not do anything but upgrade drivers automatically via GeForce Experience/Crimson Evolved.

Might be the case with some cards. I'm not sure about the MSI but it is unlikely that a purchaser of the strix wouldn't install the software. I would assume that a majority would want to play with the fancy lights and whatnot. It is stated pretty clearly in the specs of the card that there is a gaming mode and an overclock mode, with the clock speed listed for both.

I know it's fun to find things to bash companies for, at least I think it's fun, but I don't really see this as a failing from Asus or MSI. This does however raise questions about how thorough TPU and other sites are with their reviews. I know there is always a mad rush to get reviews out around launch time but that really isn't justification for not doing their job properly.
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bottom line is a customer ought to expect to have the same experience as a reviewer - including clock speeds
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So apparently reading the box provides more/better information than the actual reviewers regarding the cards...
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bottom line is a customer ought to expect to have the same experience as a reviewer - including clock speeds

Are you saying they wouldn't? Since the card is boosting to 2050mhz, well beyond the rated boost speeds for either mode, without any user intervention I don't see how the experience would be any different.


With the Nvidia boost it is nearly impossible to get an identical experience as the reviewer. There are too many variables that determine the actual boost speed observed in a given system. We are talking about rated speed difference of 38mhz, Nvidia boost went 114mhz over that number on it's own.

Let's try and use our brains for a few minutes folks.
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My fe reach 2160mhz with the hybrid kit. Without extra voltage and 43°/ 45° max smile.gif
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