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GTX 1080 has an easy time with 2560 x 1440. Expect 80+ FPS on the highest settings in most games. Haven't tried modded GTA V yet though, but I don't expect much issue.

Try ARK for laughs.
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I wouldn't be too sure, I have a non oc strix and I can't clock it past 1900, the boost on hits 1985. Not the 2100 people are getting with the oc version. Temps are not the issue, it doesn't go above 65 C when bench marking.

Guess I lost out a little.
Try flashing the OC BIOS to yours and see where it goes smile.gif
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Can I flash my gainward phoenix 1080 with gainward phoenix GLH bios? Should be the same card with diff bios.
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Originally Posted by Reckit View Post

I wouldn't be too sure, I have a non oc strix and I can't clock it past 1900, the boost on hits 1985. Not the 2100 people are getting with the oc version. Temps are not the issue, it doesn't go above 65 C when bench marking.

Guess I lost out a little.

I guess bad lottery... Read so much comments that it is the basically the same card. Got mine yesterday and hit 2050 and I had only few minutes to test. next week it will be under water and I see what I get wink.gif
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Originally Posted by tin0 View Post

Try flashing the OC BIOS to yours and see where it goes smile.gif

Yeah thats the next option smile.gif I am pretty sure all of those 3 cards ( OC, advanced, non oc ) are the same, with minor bios changes
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But the question is do manufacturers bin their cards or not?
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Anyone with a 1080 have the Acer X34 or Z35 Predator? I am by no means a monitor aficionado so would like some input before purchasing. Heck I am still using an Asus VG248QE.

I got a X34 to go with my 1080 FTW.

I can honestly say it's the best monitor I have ever had the pleasure of playing on. I've had ROG Swifts, Dell Ultrasharps and some korea monitor. the X34 is really good. I am using the icc-profile and calibration from tftcentral which works like a charm.

All of the games that I play, I can play in Ultra (without AA) and still keep a steady 100 fps. According to the reviews I've seen that uses Ultra-wide monitors almost all games will run 70-80 fps or more, and most being 100+. Can't say that I need to run SLI at the moment, but might get a 2nd 1080-card after christmas or on black friday.
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Originally Posted by outofmyheadyo View Post

But the question is do manufacturers bin their cards or not?

I believe they do. Otherwise MSI wouldn't have 4 different cards with exactly the same PCB and harware (Armor, Gaming, Gaming X and Gaming Z). Gaming Z coming out of the box with the best clocks.
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The MSI Z didn't achieve very good results IMHO. *Only* 2075 with max voltage.

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/73116-msi-gtx-1080-gaming-z-8gb-review-18.html

It's not bad, just not very good.
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

The MSI Z didn't achieve very good results IMHO. *Only* 2075 with max voltage.

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/73116-msi-gtx-1080-gaming-z-8gb-review-18.html

It's not bad, just not very good.

Exactly what I get with my ARMOR. Same hardware, same everything. Just different cooling, backplate, shiny leds...

Not stable though, opens at 2075 and stabilizes at 2050, 2025 depending on the game. Lots of vRel and vOP and ocasionally pwr perfcaps.

I'm pretty disapointed if you ask me. But maybe I just got too many expectations from premium cards reviews I read before buying a basic one.
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