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GPU-Z actually just updated the other day but it removed ASIC readings altogether from it.

They removed ASCI from GPUZ only for 10XX cards, because the formula for ASCI has changed. the 90%+ ASCI values displayed with older GPUZ versions are meaningless. Generaly ASCI is pretty meaningless alltogether.
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Originally Posted by uberwootage View Post

Anyone try out the hof bios?

The guy that said he had one hasnt listed it here yet.
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Originally Posted by Snabeltorsk View Post

The guy that said he had one hasnt listed it here yet.

Damn. I wanna try it lol.
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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

I've seen plenty of people in this thread talking about doing 2100+ on air with their FE.
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I've seen plenty of people in this thread talking about doing 2100+ on air with their FE.

Most throttle unless they run at 100% fan. If you wanna run a solid 2.1 ghz you need better cooling
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Most throttle unless they run at 100% fan. If you wanna run a solid 2.1 ghz you need better cooling
I've tested FE on air with fan profile 30% to 40 Degrees next mark 75% @ 65 Degrees and 100% @ 70 degrees , havent seen higher than 72 , starts throttling @ 57 degrees but wont go lower than 2088MHZ
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I've seen plenty of people in this thread talking about doing 2100+ on air with their FE.

It's very hard to sustain a 2100+ overclock after 1hr of gaming on air. All cards throttle at some point over 50-60C, which is a hard temp to be under unless you are on water.
 
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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've tested FE on air with fan profile 30% to 40 Degrees next mark 75% @ 65 Degrees and 100% @ 70 degrees , havent seen higher than 72 , starts throttling @ 57 degrees but wont go lower than 2088MHZ

I think this is GPU Boost 3.0 working as intended, actually. GPU Boost 3.0 has "optimizations" for water-cooling. So, if the GPU knows it's being water-cooled (i.e., lower than 50C load), then it boosts even more.
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NVIDIA GPU Boost 3.0

Dynamically maximizes clock speeds based on workload and allows enthusiast-class controls such as temperature target and fan controls, extra over-voltage headroom, and optimizations for water-cooling solutions. This allows gamers to push performance to new levels.

It might be 57C, but I've heard 50C from a few people. I hope Anandtech confirms/denies this tomorrow when their full GTX 1080 review launches.
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I hope Anandtech confirms/denies this tomorrow when their full GTX 1080 review launches.

How do you know this? I cant seem to find any post or comment talking about another review from them, I assume it's a very detailed review of the chip itself?
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Thanks for the info. Seems to be just what is going on. If EK would just hurry up with the FTW waterblock I would be all set.
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