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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

Just saw a review of the Gaming X 1080 and the part where the VRMs are situated gets VERY hot. Like 82ºC. Wouldn't a backplate with good quality thermal pads help keeping it cool?

Do you have a link to that review?

I ask because of all of the 3rd party, air cooled AIBs the Gaming X is the one with the largest and thickest heatsink. If it's getting that hot on the Gaming X then almost every other card is significantly hotter.
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Originally Posted by moustang View Post

Do you have a link to that review?

I ask because of all of the 3rd party, air cooled AIBs the Gaming X is the one with the largest and thickest heatsink. If it's getting that hot on the Gaming X then almost every other card is significantly hotter.

Sure, here it is.

See how the temperature is very high right where the VRM is located on the PCB. That' may be because MSI was more focused in making some fashion backplate than one that could also work as a cooling mecanism. The backplate is full of holes where most of the heat is. If it had thermal pads on those locations and a solid plate above instead, it would work much better in cooling those VRMs and everything hot in that region (GPU and MEM).

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I am going to try more extreme me memory OCing on different games, I just need some game suggestions.
Edited by fireyfire - 7/26/16 at 3:30pm
post #3754 of 11112
What kind of RAD/Pump combo comes with one of those? Is it a corsair H55? I still get into the 50s and 60s with a 140mm AIO on mine...
post #3755 of 11112
Just got my EVGA gtx 1080 ftw today. I can't get Precision XOC to keep a setting of 147 for the clock (it resets to 125) but at +125/+176 it hit 2138 in BF4 at only 58 degrees on air, according to HWINFO64. It's ASIC is 98.6 according to GPU-Z. This card is amazing!
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Sorry, I'm sure I'm one of the few on here who doesn't know but how do I switch bios on the FTW?

Thanks.

nm, google is my friend. Is it still the switch on the card?
post #3757 of 11112
Nothing can correctly read the ASIC value on Pascal GPUs right now. Don't know that anything will. Either way if your card can hit 2100 or more then you got yourself a good one.
post #3758 of 11112
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Originally Posted by cstarkey42 View Post

Just got my EVGA gtx 1080 ftw today. I can't get Precision XOC to keep a setting of 147 for the clock (it resets to 125) but at +125/+176 it hit 2138 in BF4 at only 58 degrees on air, according to HWINFO64. It's ASIC is 98.6 according to GPU-Z. This card is amazing!

Wait, how did you get an ASIC read if GPU-Z doest not support ASIC for Pascal cards?

Or is it just mine that reads "ASIC not supported on this card"?
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Earlier I posted about Memory OC with heatsinks on the memory, here are the results with different benchmarks
All of these are run at 3840X2160 Resoloution (4K)
Core clock speed: 2177 MHz
GTA V Max settings 0x MSAA:

+200 Memory 75.6 FPS
+600 Memory 78.2 FPS
+700 Memory 77.8 FPS
+800 Memory 79.3 FPS

CS:GO Max settings 8x MSAA No motion blur or FXAA:

+200 Memory 188.65
+600 Memory 186.53
+700 Memory 181.67
+800 Memory 173.58

(does not scale well with Memory OC)

Minecraft (Just for fun) Minimum settings, in a void world staring into nothing:

+200 Memory 6072 FPS
+600 Memory 6190 FPS
+700 Memory 6274 FPS
+800 Memory 6743 FPS

(actually scaled well with Memory OC!!!!!!)

-fire
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Originally Posted by fireyfire View Post

Hi Guys, I just want to yell all of you about my experience with memory overclocking the Zotac GTX 1080 AMP! Edition card that I have. Warning! I have placed heatsinks on all of the RAM modules.
Link to heatsinks used:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00637X42A/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
They were secured with a generic thermal tape.

I used an artificial benchmark (I chose it because it was short and it utilized almost all of the VRAM) It is the MSI Kombustor Lakes of Titan test.

This card is a "Hybrid card" I used an NZXT G10 Bracket and an NZXT Kraken x61 Cooler, The Memory/VRM fan is silent, so I left it at full speed.

Here are the OC results:
Core is always at 2190 MHz

Memory was stable up to +825 MHz

+0 Memory Clock | Score: 41902 | 698 FPS

+100 Memory Clock | Score: 41544| 692 FPS

+200 Memory Clock | Score: 42325 | 705 FPS

+500 Memory Clock | Score: 42679 | 711 FPS

+600 Memory Clock | Score: 42864 | 714 FPS

+650 Memory Clock | Score: 42450 | 707 FPS

+700 Memory Clock | Score: 43164 | 719 FPS

+750 Memory Clock | Score: 42566 | 709 FPS

+800 Memory Clock | Score: 43139 | 718 FPS

+825 Memory Clock | Score: 43463 | 724 FPS (Stable in CS:GO, GTA V and Garrys mod Vsync off)

+850 Memory Clock | Unstable
Kombuster Lakes of titan at 1440P uses only 545 mb of vram when I run it.
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