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Originally Posted by KillerBee33 View Post

So by that Logic a 65.2 ASIC should be BAD CARD?

Eh...it's a good probability it won't overclock very well. If overclocking is the end game for the user, then, yes...it's less than desirable. If the user is just going to be gaming, I doubt they'd even notice.
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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

My variables were very clear. The only mystery is how the asic quality will be displayed with gpu-z 0.9.0 vs how it is displayed now. I set every card to run its own vf curve with precision then I dialed in the highest OC it can remain stable in a 20min loop. The results were card with higher ASIC readings had greater overclocking headroom in an almost equal intervals between each percentage. I have good reasons to believe that when gpu-z 0.9 comes out it will support my claim. I'm not just going off what reviewers have stated albeit their reviews align with my own results but i stress tested, benched and logged each card in an controlled environment
post #2723 of 11112
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Originally Posted by Vellinious View Post

Eh...it's a good probability it won't overclock very well. If overclocking is the end game for the user, then, yes...it's less than desirable. If the user is just going to be gaming, I doubt they'd even notice.
This is my 980 GAME STABLE . Any thoughts?
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Eh...it's a good probability it won't overclock very well. If overclocking is the end game for the user, then, yes...it's less than desirable. If the user is just going to be gaming, I doubt they'd even notice.

It only matters to you if you fall under the people that care more of pushing their cards vs how many actual frames more we get from doing it. In the grand scheme of things a gamer would probably not notice and shouldn't concern themselves with it. I figured people in overclock.net might find it peculiar
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I can't even read what % it is 65% or 85% and is it running on stock bios and voltage?
post #2726 of 11112
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Originally Posted by Jquala View Post

My variables were very clear. The only mystery is how the asic quality will be displayed with gpu-z 0.9.0 vs how it is displayed now. I set every card to run its own vf curve with precision then I dialed in the highest OC it can remain stable in a 20min loop. The results were card with higher ASIC readings had greater overclocking headroom in an almost equal intervals between each percentage. I have good reasons to believe that when gpu-z 0.9 comes out it will support my claim. I'm not just going off what reviewers have stated albeit their reviews align with my own results but i stress tested, benched and logged each card in an controlled environment

Interesting theory nonetheless.

I think certain people here don't like or appreciate theories. From what I understand we might have actual ASIC readings in the future, as opposed to none at all. Ever... lol.

I don't think this was a waste of time. Good job.
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Originally Posted by Jquala View Post

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.

Are you high? An inaccurate reading IS a false reading.... No one is arguing with you about ASIC readings in GPU-Z following a linear curve. People, including myself, are simply stating its 100% worthless to take an ASIC reading right now that is inaccurate.
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Gigabyte G1 1080 Incoming.

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Obviously I don't have it in front of me yet due to shipping. I should have gotten 2 day T_T. But I was expecting it to come from New Jersey.
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This is my 980 GAME STABLE . Any thoughts?

Looks ok to me, but the guys in the 980 owners thread would probably be a bit more helpful.
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Originally Posted by Jquala View Post

My variables were very clear. The only mystery is how the asic quality will be displayed with gpu-z 0.9.0 vs how it is displayed now.

A contradiction.

Look....I personally believe your hypothesis is correct, but it's far from sound and can't be proven until ASIC quality reads correctly from GPUz. Speculation is speculation, no matter how fervently you believe it. thumb.gif
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