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So I got a dud in the mem OC, can't get stable after 50+ mem frown.gif temps are good for a FE but sadly the fan drives me crazy if it's running at more than 60% and at that point temps sucks
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Mine has arrived. Zero coil whine and a great overclocker. +250 on the core and +500 on the memory. That brings the core up to 2164 boost. Memory goes to 5508. Haven't tried any higher yet. And no modifications to the voltage.



Interestingly, the Non-X has a different BIOS from the X. The Non-X is sold exclusively to Newegg at the moment. As you can see I can go up to 121 on the power, whereas the X's can only do 107. Both the Non-X and X have the same power phases and 6+8 pin. The Non-X just doesn't come factory OC as much as the X.

I have the fan speed set fixed at 50 percent, or around 1200-1300 rpm. Reaches around 70-73 under load. Even going as high as 60-70 percent fan speed is fairly quiet.

This is the best AIB card, IMHO.
Edited by bastian - 6/24/16 at 5:14pm
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Interestingly, the Non-X has a different BIOS from the X. The Non-X is sold exclusively to Newegg at the moment. As you can see I can go up to 121 on the power, whereas the X's can only do 107. Both the Non-X and X have the same power phases and 6+8 pin. The Non-X just doesn't come factory OC as much as the X.

Congrats on the card.

But just as an FYI, if you use the older Afterburner you can set the power to 121 on the Gaming X as well.

Of course I tried it on mine and it wasn't stable at that setting. It crashed after about 10 minutes, but it took it and ran for a while. I'm now running a more conservative and stable overclock with the core at 2154mhz.
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Congrats on the card.

But just as an FYI, if you use the older Afterburner you can set the power to 121 on the Gaming X as well.

Of course I tried it on mine and it wasn't stable at that setting. It crashed after about 10 minutes, but it took it and ran for a while. I'm now running a more conservative and stable overclock with the core at 2154mhz.

Oh? I am using the latest Afterburner beta. I'm so close to 2.2. I have to see if I can get there, even if the boost can't hold it for much!
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yeah Gaming (X) is a winner .. now if only MSI didnt charge so much
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Oh? I am using the latest Afterburner beta. I'm so close to 2.2. I have to see if I can get there, even if the boost can't hold it for much!

I hit 2226mhz

It lasted about 3 minutes and then crashed. Not heat related either, it was only at 46C at the time.

I've got my memory up at 5535 and have had no problems at all. I'm thinking about pushing it to 5550 and see if it holds.
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yeah Gaming (X) is a winner .. now if only MSI didnt charge so much

That's the one downside, but at the same time their VRAM and VRM cooling is second to none. Since I knew I was going to add hybrid cooling it became a choice between the Gaming X or buying another cheaper card and then having to spend another $40-$80 on heatsinks for the VRAM and VRM to keep them cool. None of the other cards have all of the VRAM covered with a single heat spreader plus the VRM covered with their own heatsink. Once all was said and done there was only like a $20 price difference and it was worth the $20 to me just to not have to deal with the hassle of it all.
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OK, I think I found right about the stable limits of my card.

Core = 2126mhz. If I try to push it above 2130mhz it crashes. 2126mhz runs just fine for extended playing.
Memory = 5551mhz. I tried 5582mhz but got artifacting after about 10 minutes.5551mhz runs without problems.

I could probably spend the next day trying to push each setting up 1mhz at a time to find the very limits, but it ran for 30 minutes straight without a single hiccup at 2126mhz core and 5551mhz memory. I'll let it sit there, at least until a modded BIOS becomes available.


It should also be noted that there is no difference between Power Limit at 100 or at 121. It ran just as stable and just as fast at 100.
Edited by moustang - 6/24/16 at 6:51pm
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finally got mine too biggrin.gif, haven't overclocked or anything yet. Will soon and let you guys know the results

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Hi guys I am planning on buying a 1080 and wanted to know what is the best brand out of all of them to get at the moment ? I plan to do a hybrid G10 bracket install on it once I get it so will not be using the stock cooler. I have been using EVGA for over 10 years and was planing on getting the FTW or SC but just saw the MSI gaming (X) has independent vram and vrm heat spreader which looks to be compatible with the G10 bracket.

1. Does anyone here have the MSI gaming (X) and has been able to install the G10 bracket and keep those heat spreaders on ?

2.How is the warranty and RMA process on the MSI cards are they as good as EVGA ?

3.It looks like the EVGA FTW and other cards with more power connectors don't really overclock that much more should I just get the cheapest card I can find ?

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