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I don't understand what part of I had acknowledged that gpuz was outputting inaccurate yet not false numbers. If you have say a 93% card today and gpuz 0.9 comes out tomorrow you'll probably see a 66% ASIC score vs someone with 100% might see a 83%. It's wrong only in the sense it is applying the formula for maxwell onto pascal but in terms of power vs effeciency it still follows a linear trend. People can discount gpu-z ASIC scores all they want but the numbers don't lie
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I don't understand what part of I had acknowledged that gpuz was outputting inaccurate yet not false numbers. If you have say a 93% card today and gpuz 0.9 comes out tomorrow you'll probably see a 66% ASIC score vs someone with 100% might see a 83%. It's wrong only in the sense it is applying the formula for maxwell onto pascal but in terms of power vs effeciency it still follows a linear trend. People can discount gpu-z ASIC scores all they want but the numbers don't lie
What is ASIC exactly?
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His biggest mistake, even though ASIC quality as shown in GPUz is wrong, was that he didn't also log ambient and core temps for the clocks he's tracking. I can pretty much guarantee that ambient and core temps are a larger determining factor in the clocks he saw (discounting COMPLETELY, overclocker ability), especially since ASIC isn't reporting correctly yet in GPUz.[/
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Fair point. For what its worth I am waterblocked so temps aren't really going to be an issue for me. Even with voltage cranked its not going past 41C.

First, gpu-z is displaying innacurate but not false numbers. In context it's displaying ASIC quality along a 90-100% scale. People with cards near the lower 90s are less efficient than cards in the upper 95%+. A easy way to tell is pop open your vf curve I'll bet my bottom dollar a 100% ASIC card will run at a higher frequency @0.843 than a 91%card.

Second, all fe cards were put under water never reaching over 44C while the aib cards had a fan curve that set most from hitting 65C. These results were done without the interference of thermal throttling. Can people for one moment remember that I didn't form these numbers from my opinion but the numbers formed my opinion.
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I don't understand what part of I had acknowledged that gpuz was outputting inaccurate yet not false numbers. If you have say a 93% card today and gpuz 0.9 comes out tomorrow you'll probably see a 66% ASIC score vs someone with 100% might see a 83%. It's wrong only in the sense it is applying the formula for maxwell onto pascal but in terms of power vs effeciency it still follows a linear trend. People can discount gpu-z ASIC scores all they want but the numbers don't lie

Because there's nothing proven there yet, and you're speculating as to what it "might" be when it happens. You're submitting statistical data with unknown variables, based on assumption. It's no more concrete than if someone were to say, I've tested 3 ASUS cards and they overclock better than the MSI cards that I've seen reviews on, and therefore, ASUS is better.

If you don't understand that using numbers like these, fly in the face of everything statistical, comparative analysis is supposed to do, then I'm not really sure what to tell you. lol
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What is ASIC exactly?

The TLDR: It's the measurement of voltage leak in the core.
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What is ASIC exactly?
It is a feature on gpu-z 0.8.7 and before that tells you a certain % in which how power efficient your card is. Someone with higher ASIC scores can run at the same clocks but with less power. There was a general trend with maxwell and still presently in pass all that higher ASIC scores are drafting higher oc headroom. I personally logged every 1080 gtx that passed through my hands
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The TLDR: It's the measurement of voltage leak in the core.
OK how does higher AISC benefit gamers?
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OK how does higher AISC benefit gamers?

For someone that doesn't overclock? It doesn't really help at all. The card may run a few degrees c cooler with a higher ASIC, because it's running a tad less voltage at the boost clocks, but....that's really about it.
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For someone that doesn't overclock? It doesn't really help at all. The card may run a few degrees c cooler with a higher ASIC, because it's running a tad less voltage at the boost clocks, but....that's really about it.
So by that Logic a 65.2 ASIC should be BAD CARD?
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