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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

so then Heaven 1.0 is what? archaic? blinksmiley.gif

run unigine tropics... even older.

Haha yes it must be smile.gif Cause Heaven 4.0 and Valley 1.0 is equally old.

http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=unigine_valley_preview&num=1
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I prefer Heaven to see if my clocks are stable. I can pass Valley and 3DMark with a clock that wont pass Heaven...
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post #1693 of 11112
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Yes, see my previous posts here. I'm running the Gaming X with the G10 bracket and the Kraken X41 AIO. Factory VRAM heatspreader and VRM heatsink were untouched and are still in place. Only the GPU heatsink was removed. I even left the backplate on.
Can't say for certain since I've never had to RMA any of the 6 MSI products that I've owned. Wish I could say the same about the EVGA products I've owned, but I'm on my second PSU in 3 years.
A lot of people are going that route, but if you're going to add the G10 and AIO cooling then I suggest you take a good look at the VRAM and VRM cooling on whatever card you're interested in. If it's inadequate then you'll be buying more heatsinks to be adding to them, and that sort of defeats the purpose of buying the cheapest card.

Did you have to mod G10 any? I have Corsair's HG10 N980 on a TitanX, planing to get 1080 for a wife's machine.



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Originally Posted by Ragnarook View Post

Finally got over 7000 in Valley bench smile.gif



4790k @ 5ghz, both 1080 @ 2164mhz and the mem @ +550

Test with a bit less than 5GHz maybe? tongue.gif
post #1694 of 11112
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Originally Posted by Bogga View Post

I prefer Heaven to see if my clocks are stable. I can pass Valley and 3DMark with a clock that wont pass Heaven...

^^This. Heaven 4.0 loads the card much harder than Heaven 1.0, or Valley. thumb.gif
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Did you have to mod G10 any? I have Corsair's HG10 N980 on a TitanX, planing to get 1080 for a wife's machine.
Test with a bit less than 5GHz maybe? tongue.gif
no reason to.. the score is pretty low already.
Something ain;t right.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1360884/official-top-30-unigine-valley-benchmark-1-0/0_20
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Try to test your clocks with Unreal Tournament alpha(it's free) that game got my card crashing after a while even though it was stable for ~4-5 hours of gaming/testing (Witcher 3, several 3Dmark runs, Heaven Benchmark, Ark)

I would never test hardware with Alpha software.


Alpha software itself is buggy and unstable. That's why it's Alpha software. It's not even stable enough to be tested at a Beta stage yet. That means that if you get a crash you really have no idea if the crash is because of the hardware or the software.
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Getting ready to join the club. Finally snuck an order in on newegg after getting an in stock alert on my phone. So stoked! Ordered the Asus Strix OC. Also got notice the EK waterblock for it will be here on the same day the card gets here! (next Wednesday)

Same thing here. Now in stock finally gave me enough time to click the link and order. I also snatched a strix oc from newegg. It's scheduled to arrive Tuesday.
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Did you have to mod G10 any? I have Corsair's HG10 N980 on a TitanX, planing to get 1080 for a wife's machine.

Nope, no changes at all, unless you consider relocating one foam pad that's used to support the end of the card a mod. Not any trouble though, just pulled it off and put it on in a slightly different spot so it wouldn't come down on the fan connector on the card.

Other than that it was a straight swap. I spent longer removing the old cables that went to my second 770 than I did installing the G10 on the 1080.
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^^This. Heaven 4.0 loads the card much harder than Heaven 1.0, or Valley. thumb.gif

That might be true, for me it passes both valley, heaven and 3dmark. But valley doesnt take 10 mins to run like heaven.

However that wasnt what we talked about, you said i should run heaven cause valley was ancient, i just wanted to point out that heaven 4.0 was released back in feb 2013, just like valley.
So that anyone should run heaven 4.0 instead of valley 1.0 because "heaven 4.0" is some what newer is false.
Edited by Ragnarook - 6/25/16 at 12:29pm
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Originally Posted by moustang View Post

Yes, see my previous posts here. I'm running the Gaming X with the G10 bracket and the Kraken X41 AIO. Factory VRAM heatspreader and VRM heatsink were untouched and are still in place. Only the GPU heatsink was removed. I even left the backplate on.
Can't say for certain since I've never had to RMA any of the 6 MSI products that I've owned. Wish I could say the same about the EVGA products I've owned, but I'm on my second PSU in 3 years.
A lot of people are going that route, but if you're going to add the G10 and AIO cooling then I suggest you take a good look at the VRAM and VRM cooling on whatever card you're interested in. If it's inadequate then you'll be buying more heatsinks to be adding to them, and that sort of defeats the purpose of buying the cheapest card.

Thanks for the reply I am going to give the msi gaming card a shot since it works so well with the G10.Which one do you have the gaming or gaming X ? I just set up alerts through nowinstock for all the evga cards and msi gaming and X version. which ever comes in stock first I plan to get hope its the MSI card.
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I've got the Gaming X version because I bought it at my local Microcenter. The Gaming version is Newegg exclusive (At least for now).

It is my understanding that both cards are identical physically and the only difference is the factory preset clock settings. Both should manually overclock identically.
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