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post #2521 of 11120
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Originally Posted by scaramonga View Post

Interesting.

I take it that you must have the EVGA FE card, as Precision XOC will not work properly with the likes of other non-branded FE cards?, like my PNY variant. Regardless. I'm kinda regretting getting rid of my 980ti also, as there is not much margin for error on the 1080, with, or without 8+6 input, it really don't seem to matter. EK block fitted here also, but now I'm wondering if there was any need to do so?

The only thing differentiate a EVGA FE from other FE is the Box, it have nothing to do with whether Percision XOC will work with it or not. You were on an odd card that don't respond or a bad version of XOC, that's about it.
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The only thing differentiate a EVGA FE from other FE is the Box, it have nothing to do with whether Percision XOC will work with it or not. You were on an odd card that don't respond or a bad version of XOC, that's about it.

So ALL features of the Precision XOC work with non EVGA cards?, and I mean ALL?

I must have an 'odd' card then smile.gif
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So ALL features of the Precision XOC work with non EVGA cards?, and I mean ALL?

I must have an 'odd' card then smile.gif

yup
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Not that I'd use it 24/7 anyway, as it's a buggy mess ATM, what with OC starting whenever it feels like it, and version numbers not tying up with what has been installed, so I'll be the judge of what's wrong with that scenario. wink.gif

If it turns out to be my card, then so be it, but I'm thinking otherwise, for the moment.

I prefer not to use software clocking anyway, as I'd much rather do it at BIOS level, so flash and forget, but it seems this is looking unlikely for the 1080, which is a shame.
Edited by scaramonga - 7/9/16 at 8:38pm
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I was so proud of my 4.2 GHz overclock on that CPU. Funny thing is, that was the normal overclock for it. Everyone was getting it, despite its stock speed being 2.8 GHz. That's a 50% overclock. I wish current day Intel CPUs overclocked that well... a 50% overclock on the i7 6700k would be 6 GHz. My i5 760 was hot as hell at 4.2 GHz though.

With that being said, you would notice improvements with a newer CPU, i7 especially. I went from the i5 760 @ 4.2 GHz to an i7 2600 non-K (it was free) and saw some very nice improvements. The i7 6700k didn't make much of a difference in the games I tested, but supposedly it does in a few like Fallout 4. I'd upgrade my CPU/mobo/RAM if I were you.

I would say the typical overclock on the i5 760 was more like 4GHz. I could hit 4.2GHz but just barely and wasn't worth the extra voltage required. Some chips wouldn't do 4GHz at all but with the base clock al the way back at 2.8 overclocking still gave a nice jump. biggrin.gif

I know this isn't 1080 related but I still have a secondary PC with with this fairly cheap old CPU that I continue to pair with modern GPUs. Wouldn't be holding up as well as it does at all if it didn't OC so well.
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Wouldn't water bypass your gpu block with all 4 ports hooked up?



Don't think I posted my FS with the xoc bios. Same thing.. lower scores.

2177/5557 xoc
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9209254

same speed.. best with the FE bios
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8897015
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post #2527 of 11120
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yup

After I install Precision XOC it asks for a name, email, and serial number of the card before it opens, are you saying if you don't enter that info it still works, or it only asks if it see's an EVGA bios?
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[/SPOILER]

Wouldn't water bypass your gpu block with all 4 ports hooked up?



Don't think I posted my FS with the xoc bios. Same thing.. lower scores.

2177/5557 xoc
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9209254

same speed.. best with the FE bios
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8897015

This looks super clean... surely his GPU temps reflect a working loop.
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my asus strix can only go upto 2088mhz with +100mv. dissapointed frown.gif
post #2530 of 11120
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Originally Posted by scaramonga View Post

Interesting.

I take it that you must have the EVGA FE card, as Precision XOC will not work properly with the likes of other non-branded FE cards?, like my PNY variant. Regardless. I'm kinda regretting getting rid of my 980ti also, as there is not much margin for error on the 1080, with, or without 8+6 input, it really don't seem to matter. EK block fitted here also, but now I'm wondering if there was any need to do so?

Nah, I've been picking up the nVidia retail boxes from BestBuy everytime they come in stock. It's not EVGA. When Precision asked for name, email and SN I just put in the info / SN for one of my old EVGA branded 980's. So far, I've had better success / stability with Precision over Afterburner.
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