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I am watercooling but what are these "select few" you speak of?

MSI Armor and GAMING X (virtually no coil whine reports, good price on the former and very good cooling on the later, good overclocking), Gigabyte XTREME Gaming (very good cooler, minimal coil whine reports, lots of people seem to be getting over 2.1 GHz core, just need to pull out the shroud a bit so that the middle fan doesn't hit it), Zotac AMP Extreme (perhaps the best cooler and overclocker), and maybe the EVGA FTW (haven't seen coil whine reports, very good cooler).
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AMD Ryzen 7 1700X @ 3.7 GHz ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero X370 Zotac GTX 1080 Ti AMP Extreme G.SKILL TridentZ RGB 32GB DDR4 2933 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung 960 Pro 1TB Samsung 850 EVO 500GB Samsung 850 EVO 250GB Cryorig H7 Quad Lumi 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Acer Predator XB270HU w/ Ideal Lume Standard bi... Wooting One Analog Mechanical Keyboard (Flarete... Antec HCP Platinum 750W 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Tempered Glass Logitech G Pro Cooler Master Storm Speed-RX Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD 
AudioAudioAudioAudio
Yamaha RX-V579BL Ascend Acoustics CBM-170 SE Fluance XL7C Fluance AVBP2 
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Gustard U12 Chord Mojo Yamaha YST-SW012 8-inch subwoofer Blue Yeti Microphone w/ Pop Filter 
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Furman M-8X2 Power Conditioner Ducky Pocket Mechanical Keypad (Cherry MX Blue) NZXT Hue+ 
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post #2182 of 11120
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HB SLI Bridge is designed to improve frame-pacing and frame latency at high resolutions.
All it will do is reduce stuttering and micro-stuttering might see a slight improvement in minimum framerates.

I don't know why people thought this was going to bring better fps performance

Several games are showing better performance. The example screenshot I am giving is 5k but you cannot deny that it is an "improved" bridge.



Okay screenshot is no good but here is the link, just drag through it until you see all the games they tested.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQ9zizxkduk
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Originally Posted by chronicfx View Post

Several games are showing better performance. The example screenshot I am giving is 5k but you cannot deny that it is an "improved" bridge.



Okay screenshot is no good but here is the link, just drag through it until you see all the games they tested.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQ9zizxkduk

Yah seems it does depend on the game also also if your running very high resolutions, basically 4K or higher.
post #2184 of 11120

I own a MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X i seem to have hit a rather standard silicon lottery, only being able to run 2012mhz core clock stable.
been trying different ways to get it higher but no luck so far, been using the MSI Afterburner 4.3.0 beta 4
i have been hearing about the memory clock holding the fps back if you go to high, havent tested it yet but i have been able to reach it to 5400 MHz stable.
currently upping the voltage to max 1.0810 even reaching 1.0940 rarely, and lowering it to stock at around 1.0500 while under load does not change the max overclock for me.
even tried changing the bios for gaming to oc and back with the new bios that msi released.
Edited by L4TINO - 7/4/16 at 9:27pm
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I have the same experience, I can get the card to run at 2012 but then due to temps it drops to 1999 and then usually settles at around 1974. I was not able to get it stable any higher. Are you getting driver crash? that's what happens when I try to go over 2000 core speed.

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About the DPC issue

Do you guys have HPET Enabled ? it seems HPET Enabled fix the issue . The first jump to 1530+ always happens when I start Latencymon, must be something with the power saving of the 1080 . but it doesn't jump to extreme 10000 anymore.






I'm still checking , but I don't see the high jumps anymore !

So whoever is with 1080 must enable HPET , I don't know why, must be they changed something with the pascal to have better timings




So with the bios settings you see in my sig , I don't have the DPC issue and I don't have the Idle Clock issue with the 1080. The throttling issue must happen because Cpu Power Duty Control - Extreme and not T.Probe or Cpu Power Phase Control - Extreme and not optimized. that's what I think from all the tests. I didn't have issue for 7 days when I use same kinds of settings which I don't remember exactly , but I didn't use the Extreme on Cpu Power Phase Control , when I did I think the problem occured. so it's not 100% nvidia problem, it might be just heat on the motherboard..
Edited by x7007 - 7/5/16 at 12:26am
post #2187 of 11120
hi guys,

I see lots of people owning the MSI gtx 1080 card.
Just want to ask if anyone owns the Asus GTX 1080 Strix? If yes, how is it performing? is the fans loud under load?
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Originally Posted by fayzaan View Post

I have the same experience, I can get the card to run at 2012 but then due to temps it drops to 1999 and then usually settles at around 1974. I was not able to get it stable any higher. Are you getting driver crash? that's what happens when I try to go over 2000 core speed.

I have the MSI GTX 1080 Gaming (non-x)

my card starts at 2050mhz but goes down to 2032 then 2012 and thats within a few seconds. you get driver crashes when the overclock is not stable.
my clock is stable at 2012MHz
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The MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X is A VERY Good card! Think i gott a god one smile.gif I testes the most demanding games at 4K. Temps never got above 73.c Cant hear the card!

2100.Mhz core

11.000 mem


25.200P Gpu score in firestrike smile.gif
post #2190 of 11120
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Originally Posted by max883 View Post

The MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X is A VERY Good card! Think i gott a god one smile.gif I testes the most demanding games at 4K. Temps never got above 73.c Cant hear the card!

2100.Mhz core

11.000 mem


25.200P Gpu score in firestrike smile.gif

its very odd i had a Msi 980Ti Gaming and i had a Gpu score of 20198
and now with the 1080 Gaming X i get 21374
ive always gotten lower scores than everyone, it would be great to know the reason, but i have never looked into it.
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