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http://www.overclock.net/t/1605618/nvidia-gtx-1080-and-1070-suffering-from-extraordinarily-high-dpc-latency-issues-and-stuttering

so do any of you guys get this ?

I dont mean latency readings, but problems in actual usage - i.e. lag or stutter in games etc. ?


I do get higher latency in idle (240 MHz clock), but it doesnt effect anything or any game so far
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and yes for Overwatch you should enable in-game fps limiter (while keeping Vsync off) if you dont have Gsync and disable it (and use Gsync) if you have Gsync


if you dont have Gsync, then another option is to try FastSync via NVCP .. some ppl said FastSync gave them stutter in BF4, but in OW I tried it and didnt see any problems
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I've noticed various differences in each game I've tried. FastSync did something quite terrible with Crysis (original) but I think it heavily relies on 60+ FPS at all times. It was a quick test and some settings need to be tweaked, but I'll have to give some more testing a go soon. I'm definitely curious to see what kinda results I'll get with x8/x8 PCI-e 3.0 for SLI.
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FastSync absolutely needs/prefers that you are above your max refresh rate at all times, so your min fps is above 60/100/144/165

thats when its supposed to work best and provide stutter, tear free experience when your fps is overkill


although frankly at 144+ fps on 144 Hz tearing is almost non-visible even with Vsync Off, so IMO its ok to just leave Vsync Off then
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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

http://www.overclock.net/t/1605618/nvidia-gtx-1080-and-1070-suffering-from-extraordinarily-high-dpc-latency-issues-and-stuttering

so do any of you guys get this ?

I dont mean latency readings, but problems in actual usage - i.e. lag or stutter in games etc. ?


I do get higher latency in idle (240 MHz clock), but it doesnt effect anything or any game so far

No lag or stutter for me.
    
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What is that big thing behind with the fans that clawed to the case ? is it custom made ?

LOL, that is an Alphacool NexXxos Monsta 360mm radiator. This mATX case doesn't have the space inside for radiators other than 120's so I bought a Koolance external case mount and a PCI pass thru along with that radiator to cool my loop. Its overkill now but back when it was a 295X2 and 290X dumping tons of heat into the loop, I needed it.
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have you figured out a way to unlock the pwr limit beside shorting the resistors?

maybe a pencil mod for memory voltage would be nice too
no, sorry. The only way to increase the PL is via altering the resistance of the resistors you already know about (clu or a solder pen). I don't have any reason to think that a small increase in vdimm (Fvdd) is gonna help the already tight timings on these stacked gddr5 configs... 1.7+V. maybe.
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LOL, that is an Alphacool NexXxos Monsta 360mm radiator. This mATX case doesn't have the space inside for radiators other than 120's so I bought a Koolance external case mount and a PCI pass thru along with that radiator to cool my loop. Its overkill now but back when it was a 295X2 and 290X dumping tons of heat into the loop, I needed it.
lol - big difference between the 1080 and a fire breathing 295x2 (tho I'm still running mine - amazing how long the 295x2 has remained a relevant single slot solution!). thumb.gif
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The reason I ditched the 295X2 was because of how much heat the card blasted into my loop coupled with the fact the GTX 1080 already equaled or surpassed its performance without needing any Crossfire profiles. So now even in games that I couldn't Crossfire in I am getting Crossfired 295X2 performance or better. That works for me. I basically traded 3dmark tri-fire e-peen for real world performance and zero multi-gpu headaches. I had a GTX 690 then a 295X2, neither solution was in the end what it was cracked up to be.

I was playing last night @ 2088MHz GPU and the temp was barely cracking 41C.

So far I have only pushed it as far as:

Core Voltage : +100%
Power Limit : 120 %
Core Clock : +225
Memory Clock : +575

Benched Firestrike 5 times, played Dying Light for an hour and CSGO for an hour without issue. I am sure there is still some more performance to squeeze out of it.
Edited by xer0h0ur - 7/12/16 at 8:50am
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I was playing around with the voltage curve in Precision XOC for my FTW, and I found something interesting. I can set the curve to manual, and only select one voltage to offset, and I can hit over 2.2ghz stable. I chose just 1.05v, and was able to push it +200mhz stable. This gets me to 2202mhz. I also tested all of the others, and was able to hit 2226 stable at 1.093v with the voltage offset at 100%.

However, whenever I start adding offsets to the other voltage points, it becomes unstable. Why would a single offset for a single voltage be much more stable at a much higher offset, than when the other voltage offsets are added in? I have to keep everything below 1.05v at +75, 1.05v and 1.062v at +100, and 1.075v at +125 for stability.



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I haven't tried using Precision yet. Only have been using Afterburner Beta 4.3.0.
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