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Does backplate actually do anything on the 1080s other than lookin pretty? Tempted to order one since the nickel one looks mighty fine.

Ref. There are 2 chips that the back plate cools. Its under the big part not the smaller one on the back.
post #3962 of 11112
dont understand so much obsession, yesterday we have cards on silicon lottery achived 1500/1600 mhz, today cards achieve 2000/2100mhz or a litte more and it not enough?! it was proved that 50 or 100mhz more have no impact in fps. this generation is different that previous because the clock are already high by default. in my opinion you wasting your time. no gain difference to have 8 or 16 pin power, no gain to have more phases... i think have a good cooling solution to have stable clocks is more important.
Edited by deejaykristoff - 7/28/16 at 11:16am
post #3963 of 11112
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Originally Posted by deejaykristoff View Post

dont understand so much obsession, yesterday we have cards on silicon lottery achived 1500/1600 mhz, today cards achieve 2000/2100mhz or a litte more and it not enough?! it was proved that 50 or 100mhz more have no impact in fps. this generation is different that previous because the clock are already high by default. in my opinion you wasting your time. no gain difference to have 8 or 16 pin power, no gain to have more phases...

It's just fun and games....
post #3964 of 11112
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Originally Posted by deejaykristoff View Post

dont understand so much obsession, yesterday we have cards on silicon lottery achived 1500/1600 mhz, today cards achieve 2000/2100mhz or a litte more and it not enough?! it was proved that 50 or 100mhz more have no impact in fps. this generation is different that previous because the clock are already high by default. in my opinion you wasting your time. no gain difference to have 8 or 16 pin power, no gain to have more phases... i think have a good cooling solution to have stable clocks is more important.

Ever heard of bragging rights? Duh. biggrin.gif
post #3965 of 11112
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Originally Posted by deejaykristoff View Post

dont understand so much obsession, yesterday we have cards on silicon lottery achived 1500/1600 mhz, today cards achieve 2000/2100mhz or a litte more and it not enough?! it was proved that 50 or 100mhz more have no impact in fps. this generation is different that previous because the clock are already high by default. in my opinion you wasting your time. no gain difference to have 8 or 16 pin power, no gain to have more phases... i think have a good cooling solution to have stable clocks is more important.

You're on the wrong forum to be preaching modesty.
post #3966 of 11112
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Originally Posted by xer0h0ur View Post

You're on the wrong forum to be preaching modesty.

Yup, it's in the name.

Also overclock percentage means a lot to us. The GTX Titan X was able to almost reach a 50% overclock on average, same for AIB GTX 980 Ti's compared to reference model, and the GTX 780 Ti could often break that 50% barrier. We want more of this.

Also overclocking my GTX 1080 from the stock ~1940 MHz boost and 10000 MHz VRAM to 2063 MHz typical boost and 11016 MHz RAM made a detectable difference in some games.

Although I never actually complained about GTX 1080 overclocking until this post. Intel CPUs however...
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AMD Ryzen 7 1700X @ 3.7 GHz ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero X370 Zotac GTX 1080 Ti AMP Extreme G.SKILL TridentZ RGB 32GB DDR4 2933 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung 960 Pro 1TB Samsung 850 EVO 500GB Samsung 850 EVO 250GB Cryorig H7 Quad Lumi 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Acer Predator XB270HU w/ Ideal Lume Standard bi... Wooting One Analog Mechanical Keyboard (Flarete... Antec HCP Platinum 750W 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Tempered Glass Logitech G Pro Cooler Master Storm Speed-RX Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD 
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can anyone confirm the source of this ??


post #3968 of 11112
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Originally Posted by kx11 View Post

can anyone confirm the source of this ??



Jesus Christ....

*edit*

Seems like a Galaxy HOF.
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Originally Posted by kx11 View Post

can anyone confirm the source of this ??


I think thats :

http://videocardz.com/60923/galax-overclocks-gtx-1080-to-2-2-ghz-on-air-2-5-ghz-with-ln2


post #3970 of 11112
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Jesus Christ....

*edit*

Seems like a Galaxy HOF.


it seems like a reference card using the XOC voltage tool to allow more OC headroom
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