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Go tired of waiting so I picked up two EVGA PRO SLI V2 LED bridges and took to tops off... Anyway to tell if they are running correctly at the higher rate and equivalent to the HB bridge besides benchmarks?


It would be interesting to see whether there is any difference between the HB Bridge and 2 LED Bridges.
If there isn't a difference - I'll do the same.
The lack of availability on these new bridges is pretty disappointing.
 
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Currently. I have a FTW model that can hit a power target of 130%...I swear it was 120% yesterday. It has 0 effect on my overclock ability though. I'm surprised how unimpressive FTW overclock a compared to FE cards. I had 2/3 FE cards hit 2126-2100 and one 2050. My FTW can loop valley/heaven for hours at +99 on core (2050-2088mhz) but will artifact and then crash at +100(2088-2113mhz).cant make it through a loop. My question is you guys think when a block comes out for it it will get over that bump? Or should I sell it and go back to my FE with blocks
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Currently. I have a FTW model that can hit a power target of 130%...I swear it was 120% yesterday. It has 0 effect on my overclock ability though. I'm surprised how unimpressive FTW overclock a compared to FE cards. I had 2/3 FE cards hit 2126-2100 and one 2050. My FTW can loop valley/heaven for hours at +99 on core (2050-2088mhz) but will artifact and then crash at +100(2088-2113mhz).cant make it through a loop. My question is you guys think when a block comes out for it it will get over that bump? Or should I sell it and go back to my FE with blocks

The FE's are obv. better. They have a higher overclock ability along with the higher temps, if you were gonna squeeze anything extra out of those it would be the FE on water.
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Any word on a PascalBiosTweaker?
AB or Presision can't fix Pwr. & VRel. capp.
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Just went from an i5 4690k and a GTX 970 strix to a i7 6700k @ 4.9ghz Nvidia GTX 1080 FE Gigabyte Gaming 5 and some Crucial ballistix elite



And it was a nice jump. Expensive but nice. Then i went on Amazon ordered the GTX 980ti hybrid water cooler slapped it on and now im sitting solid at 2139 on the core and my load temps havce never went over 48c.
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i7 6700k @ 4.9ghz

Wow.
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Wow.

My i6700k will do 4.9Ghz, but the voltage/temp is a bit too high for long term use IMO. With a fixed voltage of 1.44 it will run IBT and Prime 95, but core temp will hit 95 at times.

At 4.8Ghz and an adaptive voltage of .185, temps never go over 85 even under very heavy IBT/Prime 95 loads.

Back on the 1080s though, both of mine can run at 2100Mhz (+200) with the memory at 5555Mhz (+550). A few posts ago someone wrote about the VRAM being too high causing a loss of FPS because it was error checking. Is there a good benchmark/quick test to check for this?
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Wow.
Yep, pretty lucky there. The most mine will do is 4.8, but I'm happy with that.
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My i6700k will do 4.9Ghz, but the voltage/temp is a bit too high for long term use IMO. With a fixed voltage of 1.44 it will run IBT and Prime 95, but core temp will hit 95 at times.

At 4.8Ghz and an adaptive voltage of .185, temps never go over 85 even under very heavy IBT/Prime 95 loads.

Back on the 1080s though, both of mine can run at 2100Mhz (+200) with the memory at 5555Mhz (+550). A few posts ago someone wrote about the VRAM being too high causing a loss of FPS because it was error checking. Is there a good benchmark/quick test to check for this?
Delid it. I saw a 20C temperature drop when I did. Of course assuming you have good cooling and the reason it's getting hot isn't because you have a 212 EVO.
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Yep, pretty lucky there. The most mine will do is 4.8, but I'm happy with that.
Delid it. I saw a 20C temperature drop when I did. Of course assuming you have good cooling and the reason it's getting hot isn't because you have a 212 EVO.

I might dlid. I got a 3d printer so i can make the part to do it. I load under water at 69c. A little hot but meh. Typical temps 38-55c range. Right now im printing cover for the 1080 stock shroud to cover the pump from the gtx 980ti hybrid cooler.
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Yep, pretty lucky there. The most mine will do is 4.8, but I'm happy with that.
Delid it. I saw a 20C temperature drop when I did. Of course assuming you have good cooling and the reason it's getting hot isn't because you have a 212 EVO.



I actually own a 212 EVO. Of course, its not being used at the moment.

I did the delid thing, first w Coollabartory Ultra, then with just Gelid Extreme. Same-ish results. I just hit a point where I needed a LOT more voltage to be stable, and with that came the heat. There's these odd point with overclocking where you add maybe .02 volts, and gain +10C.

I can get through Firestrike at 4.9 no problem, and it doesn't REALLY make that much of a difference.

The first 6700k I owned would do 4.6Ghz at the same voltage this one will do 4.9Ghz. Its all the lottery.

Tonight I played The Division for a few hours, CPU averaged about 60 C and the 1080s at 2100Mhz were in the very low 40 C range. Furmark does way more to tax the power limit then actually playing a game. I don't think I ever saw anything more than 80% power in game when the GPU were even at 90%+.
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