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power limit should be higher.

It's slightly higher. I just reverted back to the stock BIOS and i'm seeing dips down to 2025MHz whereas the lowest I saw was 2036 while looping heaven on the Strix BIOS.
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got my strix 1080 today
without touching her she gets 2100mhz boost
but goes to 2050 in games




very silent

That thing is a monster!!! WOW!
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power limit should be higher.

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It's slightly higher. I just reverted back to the stock BIOS and i'm seeing dips down to 2025MHz whereas the lowest I saw was 2036 while looping heaven on the Strix BIOS.


will also echo what outcasst has said

its very slightly higher, and it holds the clocks better which is a nice addtion but whats most thing I found out

im on water and under 50c I stay at the boost I overclocked to, as soon as I hit 50c it drops by 13, im tempted to use CLU on the GPU what do you guys reckon? is it safe enough and should I see atleast 3c difference? I know it can run etc but id put thermal pads around the gpu die only thing worrying me is could it tarnish the gpu die itself? on my cpus in the past I had no troubles but not familiar with the gpu die
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will also echo what outcasst has said

its very slightly higher, and it holds the clocks better which is a nice addtion but whats most thing I found out

im on water and under 50c I stay at the boost I overclocked to, as soon as I hit 50c it drops by 13, im tempted to use CLU on the GPU what do you guys reckon? is it safe enough and should I see atleast 3c difference? I know it can run etc but id put thermal pads around the gpu die only thing worrying me is could it tarnish the gpu die itself? on my cpus in the past I had no troubles but not familiar with the gpu die

CLU is an iffy call for a GPU because it is so thin. It may cause more non-contact issues than it solves with thermal transfer. You can give it a try, but I tried it once (several times in a single day) on my 7990 and I got even worse temps and I am pretty good at using it after applying it about 10 times to three different CPU's with great results, of course I was more inclined to think my thermal pads thickness were the issue, but that said your block needs to be "perfect" to get a good mount with liquid metal . Just my own experience, I like thermal paste on GPU's and CLU on my CPU's. The dies are big enough on the GPU to handle the lower heat transfer/cm^2.

jpmboy and I are both chemists so I respect his opinion and ability to look at it from many angles. Just a perk from the line work. If he says give it a go, then by all means. My attempt did not work, but then again I suspected I had a bad thermal pad (the blue one that was different from the rest) that was too thick even to the extent of calling XSPC about it.
Edited by chronicfx - 6/28/16 at 4:01pm
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CLU is an iffy call for a GPU because it is so thin. It may cause more non-contact issues than it solves with thermal transfer. You can give it a try, but I tried it once (several times in a single day) on my 7990 and I got even worse temps and I am pretty good at using it after applying it about 10 times to three different CPU's with great results, of course I was more inclined to think my thermal pads thickness were the issue, but that said your block needs to be "perfect" to get a good mount with liquid metal . Just my own experience, I like thermal paste on GPU's and CLU on my CPU's. The dies are big enough on the GPU to handle the lower heat transfer/cm^2.

jpmboy and I are both chemists so I respect his opinion and ability to look at it from many angles. Just a perk from the line work. If he says give it a go, then by all means. My attempt did not work, but then again I suspected I had a bad thermal pad (the blue one that was different from the rest) that was too thick even to the extent of calling XSPC about it.

thanks for your input thumb.gif

may stick to the thermal paste then, have kyronaut on it atm but im 100% sure gelid extreme is better

maybe ill get some better fans tongue.gif
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seems the same, you be able to get a slightly better oc, like 13 more on the core

real benefits to this I think are stock speeds, at stock goes to 2088
I'm less concerned with reported "clocks" or frequencies than productivity. Does the bios actually lead to higher FPS or benchmark scores? For example, going back a ways.. flashing the 980 Strix bios (by Shammy) to a 980 Kiingpin actually ran lower clocks but was much more productive (faster in real tests) due to it being a more efficient bios.
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It's slightly higher. I just reverted back to the stock BIOS and i'm seeing dips down to 2025MHz whereas the lowest I saw was 2036 while looping heaven on the Strix BIOS.
what was the best avg FPS from each?
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thanks for your input thumb.gif
may stick to the thermal paste then, have kyronaut on it atm but im 100% sure gelid extreme is better
maybe ill get some better fans tongue.gif

lol - I'd go by @chronicfx 's recommendation. He's the guy running a million+ dollar NMR with a liquid helium cooled superconducting magnet that uses LN2 just to cool the LHe... or, oh, wait.. it a million_$ Mass spec, not the NMR. ohno-smiley02.gif
(no really)

But: if you already have Grizzly on the die and still see 50C... figure out how to drop the coolant temp somehow (aquarium chillers work wonders). CL:U is okay to use with a uniblock, unfortunately full cover blocks will present good contact mount issues at the CLU level.
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Guys can you take me a little doubt?

I tried my both cards alone one each time at heaven, no oc, nothing, just to rest

One is boosting to 1987 and the other boosts to 1974 is this diference normal? Should I let the 1987 on top so? Both acx 3.0 SC evga

Thanks


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I will do some benchies but I doubt ill see anything, ill do them anyway

yeh ill stick to grizzly, and I don't think i'll be adding anything to the PC watercooling system, if this was just a bench rig I would but it does pretty dam well off a 240m rad for both cpu/gpu
cpu nevers goes over 70c @ 4.9 and gpu max is 52c

might just upgrade the fans or run fans on full for benching but not for gaming as it would be annoying as hell biggrin.gif

heres my last firestrike http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12574399

also

best valley was 123.6
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what was the best avg FPS from each?

I just did a run on each BIOS, I got 115.1 FPS on the Strix BIOS and 116.3 on The FE BIOS set to the same clocks. 1080p
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best with FE

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12574399

best with strix

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12774160
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