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That is the way its been for every graphics card ever released since forever. Always always always set up a custom fan curve, even if the temps are passable you can always lower your temps by doing this giving your gpu a longer life, overclocked or not. thumb.gif

If you set a custom fan curve, do you always have to run the app?
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How do I mod the power limit please?
You need to short resistors RS1, RS2, and RS3 on the PCB, per this article: https://xdevs.com/guide/pascal_oc/
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Originally Posted by ChaosBlades View Post

EVGA allows water-blocks, any other company and you will be less likely to get an RMA or flat out be denied. I have had many EVGA cards and put water blocks on them all. A few times I had to RMA and had zero problems.

Edit: IF you do need to RMA you just need to put the original EVGA cooler back on the card.
If it didn't void the warranty the sticker would not be there.



Its just there to warn off less experienced users. As long as you do not physically damage the card when taking it apart and put the stock cooler back on, MSI will honor warranty with the seal broken.
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You need to short resistors RS1, RS2, and RS3 on the PCB, per this article: https://xdevs.com/guide/pascal_oc/

thumb.gif i'll give it a try then
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Best bios for g1 1080 please?
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So far with my 1080 FTW I can get to 2147 core for about 7 seconds then it drops to 2101 and then to 2088 and will stay there for the entire time. I am only getting to 91% power and temps stay below 67C. Any Ideas why it would be pulling the core clock down? I have also tried going up on the volts but it does not seem to matter.
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I haven't touched the voltage at all, it defaulted to that on it's own.

You likely got a very high ASIC quality... at this point no way to check that though. Previously higher ASIC ran at lower voltages. I'm kinda surprised GPUZ hasn't updated support for the GTX 10 models.. or did Nvidia no longer make this readable at all.


Have two 1080s here, both run at different voltages.
Card 1: 1.03v
Card 2: 1.05v
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Waterblock nesasarry on GTX 1080 for some overclocking as it was on the 980Ti?

Wondering if I should get myself a 1080 (I need another card for folding, min. 1070, so a couple of $ to get more performance would be worth it). but if I need to purchase a waterblock it will be to expensive, at least for now.

Thanks! smile.gif

What is your favorite modell of the 1080?
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Originally Posted by Shadowdane View Post

You likely got a very high ASIC quality... at this point no way to check that though. Previously higher ASIC ran at lower voltages. I'm kinda surprised GPUZ hasn't updated support for the GTX 10 models.. or did Nvidia no longer make this readable at all.


Have two 1080s here, both run at different voltages.
Card 1: 1.03v
Card 2: 1.05v

GPU-Z actually just updated the other day but it removed ASIC readings altogether from it.
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

Waterblock nesasarry on GTX 1080 for some overclocking as it was on the 980Ti?

Wondering if I should get myself a 1080 (I need another card for folding, min. 1070, so a couple of $ to get more performance would be worth it). but if I need to purchase a waterblock it will be to expensive, at least for now.

Thanks! smile.gif

What is your favorite modell of the 1080?


No not required. Get the zotac amp extreme and you will be happy with the cooler. However FE's clock higher but to get to the 2.1ghz zone on a fe your going to need a water block. Im using a $60 980ti hybrid cooler from amazon. At 2,177 on the core I load at 50c and games only put me at 48c.

Over clocking I pick a fe with a water block. Normal cards with no mods. Seahawk with the corsair cooler. Zotac amp extreme
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