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Can I join the club?! Picked it up a few hours ago from Microcenter.

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Picked up my Classified at Microcenter near Atlanta yesterday. Drove 1.5 hours. Good drive though. I am very fortunate, they had two in stock and I immediately jumped on it.

I do a lot of benchmarking and the classified is my best 1080 yet! Looks like I have at least at top 10% GPU. I have benched 3 other name brand 1080 cards and could never achieve over 2,025-2040.

Very Happy with my stable overclock. Beautiful card thumb.gif

GPU Boost speed: 2,138
Sustained Boost Speed (15 minutes running Valley at 4K): 2,114
GPU temps never exceed 68C (74F room temp)
Memory speed (Effective): 11,000
My GPUZ boost clock is at 1985
Settings as follows:
Power Target maxed at 122%
Temp target at 92C
GPU voltage maxed out at 100%
GPU positive offset at 125
Memory positive offset at 498
Fan Profile: Aggressive (Auto)



Edited by Cool Mike - 7/29/16 at 12:33pm
post #4053 of 11202
Wait so Classy has a max power target of 122%? Is that 122% of 180 (~220W) or 122% of something else?
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Never understood the meaning of leaving holes on the backplate instead of making it solid and using thermal pads to cool those chips on the back.

Wouldn't it be better this way? Or air does the job better? I always imagined that if we could use a solid backplate as a heatsink that would keep the carde cooler.
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Never understood the meaning of leaving holes on the backplate instead of making it solid and using thermal pads to cool those chips on the back.

Wouldn't it be better this way? Or air does the job better? I always imagined that if we could use a solid backplate as a heatsink that would keep the carde cooler.
Me neither. I've always liked MSI's full backplates. It protects the entirety of the back circuitry.
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Is the Zotac Amp! Edition worth it for $640? Would it be as quiet as the Gaming X? Much overclock potential?

See my post a few pages back:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1601288/official-nvidia-gtx-1080-owners-club/3930#post_25387243

The AMP starts @ 2100 then gets 2050-2063 Mhz fully stable with +150, but temps go over 80C with fans@100% (replacing thermal paste reduced like 3-5C).

The AMP Extreme starts over 2150 (I've seen it like 2186) then gets fully stable at 2114-2126 Mhz with +60, temps under 70C without maxing fans.

Mem will go up to 11200 on both cases, I keep it at 11000. They basically perform the same but with 50Mhz and 15C difference (@4K Ultra settings and room temp over 30C, not like in those open benches in 20C rooms from the reviews, lol).
Edited by ROKUGAN - 7/29/16 at 1:37pm
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So what ever happened to that guy with the magical custom BIOS that removed power limit with no other downsides?

I've been playing a lot with memory overclocking and I'm wondering if someone who is running +500 memory could try +490 and see if your scores go up? I'm seeing a noticeable improvement in Firestrike Extreme and Heavensward bench with +490 (vs +500). There seem to be highs and lows for the memory and sometimes it takes 5-10MHz increments/decrements to really dial in the best performance. I saw some posts about this earlier in the thread but I'm not sure anyone has really figured out an optimal algorithm yet.
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Originally Posted by Cool Mike View Post

Picked up my Classified at Microcenter near Atlanta yesterday. Drove 1.5 hours. Good drive though. I am very fortunate, they had two in stock and I immediately jumped on it.

I do a lot of benchmarking and the classified is my best 1080 yet! Looks like I have at least at top 10% GPU. I have benched 3 other name brand 1080 cards and could never achieve over 2,025-2040.

Very Happy with my stable overclock. Beautiful card thumb.gif

GPU Boost speed: 2,138
Sustained Boost Speed (15 minutes running Valley at 4K): 2,114
GPU temps never exceed 68C (74F room temp)
Memory speed (Effective): 11,000
My GPUZ boost clock is at 1985
Settings as follows:
Power Target maxed at 122%
Temp target at 92C
GPU voltage maxed out at 100%
GPU positive offset at 125
Memory positive offset at 498
Fan Profile: Aggressive (Auto)




Sexy looking card, me likes those red accents! thumb.gif

Congrats, you actually getting pretty much the same results as in my Zotac behemoth card (Amp Extreme) smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Cool Mike View Post

Picked up my Classified at Microcenter near Atlanta yesterday. Drove 1.5 hours. Good drive though. I am very fortunate, they had two in stock and I immediately jumped on it.

I do a lot of benchmarking and the classified is my best 1080 yet! Looks like I have at least at top 10% GPU. I have benched 3 other name brand 1080 cards and could never achieve over 2,025-2040.

Very Happy with my stable overclock. Beautiful card thumb.gif

GPU Boost speed: 2,138
Sustained Boost Speed (15 minutes running Valley at 4K): 2,114
GPU temps never exceed 68C (74F room temp)
Memory speed (Effective): 11,000
My GPUZ boost clock is at 1985
Settings as follows:
Power Target maxed at 122%
Temp target at 92C
GPU voltage maxed out at 100%
GPU positive offset at 125
Memory positive offset at 498
Fan Profile: Aggressive (Auto)



If you can toss up the bios. Whats the max voltage on the bios? 1.093?
post #4060 of 11202
Anyone experiencing micro white dots (snowflakes) after overclocking when playing rainbow six siege?

My overclocked seemed stable after numerous stress tests on firestrike ultra with no artifacts, but on R6S i keep getting those annoying snowflakes
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