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Pretty much says what a lot of us already knew from Maxwell....the cooler you keep it, the higher it'll boost.
post #3232 of 11113
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Originally Posted by wsarahan View Post

Hi guys how are you?

Can you help me with some 1080 SLI issue?

When i enter a game the both cards sometimes do not boost equal, now i`m playing Hitman and one card is bossting to 2089 and the second card is at stock, 1759...

After sometimes or when the GPu usage is more intense the card goes to 2089 like the other one, but i loose some FPS untill this happens

I was looking and realized the the second card only goes up in the clock when the usage passes someting about 50%, but in the old series like 980TI when i launched the game the cards was always with the same clock no matter what usage

I`m using AB 4.3 beta 4

Is it normal in the new Boost 3.0 and Pascal? Any way to make both cards always boots the same?

I`m using max performance profile at Nvidia control pannel

All cards use different voltages. Likely one of your cards CAN'T boost as high in SLi.

You're only option is to cool them both better.
post #3233 of 11113
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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

All cards use different voltages. Likely one of your cards CAN'T boost as high in SLi.

You're only option is to cool them both better.

The problem is that one card do not boost at all sometimes, i can reach the voltage to 100% and the card stays at default clock, and after50% gpou usage the card starts to boost normally
post #3234 of 11113
https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Hybrid-GeForce-Cooling-400-HY-0996-B1/dp/B00ZQ4PFX2


Direct bolt on no cutting needed. Thats what im using.
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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

If I can't fit the G10 on with the VRM cooling solution I will cut the G10 bracket so it's identical to the EVGA one and use it that way.

I'm doing the shunt mod at the same time, not comfortable removing the power limit and not having heatsinks on the VRM.

Yeah i got the gigabyte waterforce bios on my FE and i can hold 2,177 solid in benches without a tdp mod.


yeah thats why im keeping the fan at 60%. let the stock heatsink soak upp the heat and let the fan cool it as much as it can. works great.
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Originally Posted by ikjadoon View Post

THE EDITOR FROM ANANDTECH REPLIED. Go to this 10TB hard drive review, go to page 3 of the comments, and you'll find this. Ryan Smith is the video card reviewer at Anandtech.



And the image he posted?



OH HOLY MOTHER OF GOODNESS, IT'S CONFIRMED. Our anecdotal testing was CORRECT. Pascal GPUs DO begin to reduce maximum boost at even 39C! Expect this graph to be fully explained in the next 16 hours with an article on Anandtech's front page.


Well i can say for a fact my FE does not reduce max boost at 39c. Hightest its been is 50c and the boost has always stayed at 2,177.
post #3235 of 11113
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Originally Posted by uberwootage View Post

https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Hybrid-GeForce-Cooling-400-HY-0996-B1/dp/B00ZQ4PFX2


Direct bolt on no cutting needed. Thats what im using.
Yeah i got the gigabyte waterforce bios on my FE and i can hold 2,177 solid in benches without a tdp mod.


yeah thats why im keeping the fan at 60%. let the stock heatsink soak upp the heat and let the fan cool it as much as it can. works great.
Well i can say for a fact my FE does not reduce max boost at 39c. Hightest its been is 50c and the boost has always stayed at 2,177.

Of course it doesn't.

No idea why they said 39c. That's BS.
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Originally Posted by uberwootage View Post

Well i can say for a fact my FE does not reduce max boost at 39c. Hightest its been is 50c and the boost has always stayed at 2,177.

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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

Of course it doesn't.

No idea why they said 39c. That's BS.

True; I had never seen it as low as 39C (see my original comment to Ryan). I'm curious: maybe this behavior is enabled/disabled or even a configurable value in certain BIOSes.
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post #3237 of 11113
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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

Of course it doesn't.

No idea why they said 39c. That's BS.


Well we know how right tomshardware can be at times. Some of the people who write those reviews have zero idea what they are talking about.
post #3238 of 11113
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Originally Posted by ikjadoon View Post

THE EDITOR FROM ANANDTECH REPLIED. Go to this 10TB hard drive review, go to page 3 of the comments, and you'll find this. Ryan Smith is the video card reviewer at Anandtech.



And the image he posted?



OH HOLY MOTHER OF GOODNESS, IT'S CONFIRMED. Our anecdotal testing was CORRECT. Pascal GPUs DO begin to reduce maximum boost at even 39C! Expect this graph to be fully explained in the next 16 hours with an article on Anandtech's front page.

What the....what levels of retardation cause an engineer to be like "I think we should begin the boost clock throttling at 39C. Seems like a perfectly legit temperature limit to start slowing down the GPU....NOT
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Does anyone know if I can simply short those three, instead of solder resistors on top of them? What could go wrong? I mean the voltage is limited anyway, right?

Can I just use pencil to draw a line on each of them? rolleyes.gif
post #3240 of 11113
There is no need to put a resistor on them. You just need to either solder a wire to short it end to end or use some CLU/P on them if you don't want to leave traces of a mod in terms of soldering.
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