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so we have update, good that's a start

http://imgur.com/h9hChJZ
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so we have update, good that's a start

http://imgur.com/h9hChJZ

Good news.
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so we have update, good that's a start

http://imgur.com/h9hChJZ

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Founder's Edition tends to get really hot and throttle in many cases, it's a coil whine lottery and the cooler is bound to be audible under load for most people. I waited for 3rd party and do not regret it.

I completely disagree with this. My two EVGA FE cards were great before I put them under water, even better after. The stock FE coolers were SO much more quiet than the 980Ti FTW cards they replaced, all with less heat and less power consumption with more performance. Coil whine on either card is MUCH less than the 980Ti cards as well, and is only audible when running Furmark or the like. In game, if there is any coil whine, its not detectable. Both cards are humming along at 2100Mhz 5400Mhz memory w/o issue. When I added the EK blocks, I gained more cooling. Playing The Division on a 34" monitor for a few hours and the cards never get above the low 40s.

The biggest reason I upgraded from the 980Ti is how much heat and noise they put out, plus how power hungry they were.
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Does anyone know if bcdedit/set disabledynamictick yes does anything useful for windows 10 ? I can't figure if it's good or not.
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I completely disagree with this. My two EVGA FE cards were great before I put them under water, even better after. The stock FE coolers were SO much more quiet than the 980Ti FTW cards they replaced, all with less heat and less power consumption with more performance. Coil whine on either card is MUCH less than the 980Ti cards as well, and is only audible when running Furmark or the like. In game, if there is any coil whine, its not detectable. Both cards are humming along at 2100Mhz 5400Mhz memory w/o issue. When I added the EK blocks, I gained more cooling. Playing The Division on a 34" monitor for a few hours and the cards never get above the low 40s.

The biggest reason I upgraded from the 980Ti is how much heat and noise they put out, plus how power hungry they were.

You may disagree but he is mostly correct.

For example, the MSI Gaming and Gaming X cards are whisper quiet even under full load and run significantly cooler than the FEs did. There is very minimal, if any throttling, and no reason to change fan profiles. Coil whine is non-existent in the MSI cards. I've been using mine for 2 weeks and have yet to hear a hint of coil whine in any benchmark or game.

And yes, my Gaming X is humming along quite nicely at 2113mhz and 5554mhz memory, without an EK block.
Edited by moustang - 7/6/16 at 10:35pm
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To all Asus Strix owners: How happy are you with the cards? What are temps and noise like? I'm still torn between all the partner cards, I had an MSI Gaming 980Ti that had horrible coil whine and temps and I'm not a fan of the new EVGA designs. Thanks for helping out biggrin.gif
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so we have update, good that's a start

http://imgur.com/h9hChJZ
so we wait for new drivers ?


Im still keeping CPU & GPU power savings on
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Does anyone know if bcdedit/set disabledynamictick yes does anything useful for windows 10 ? I can't figure if it's good or not.

No change here on 8.1. Only thing that helps is setting power option to high performance.
 
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To all Asus Strix owners: How happy are you with the cards? What are temps and noise like? I'm still torn between all the partner cards, I had an MSI Gaming 980Ti that had horrible coil whine and temps and I'm not a fan of the new EVGA designs. Thanks for helping out biggrin.gif

I've been reading reviews all day and ended up going with EVGA. Seems to clock the highest and the fan is literally off when the card is idle. It is the quietest and coolest of the cards I looked at. I don't like the design either, but it has a great backplate and you don't see the underside much once it's installed anyway.
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