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Big difference there then ha, do you have your Noctua fans at max speed to get those temps though?

My FTW is in a Define R4 with the stock case fans at the front and a corsair APU on the bottom pulling air into card, so definitely not ideal airflow I guess I should just be happy with how it's performing for now maybe in the future I'll put a hybrid on it being temps and noise way down.

So you are saying that the slave bios has higher power limit? My card doesn't ever hit power limit anyways I'm always hitting voltage limit.

I have all of my case and radiator fans for my CPU set at 20 / 20, 40 / 40 and 60 / 100, they are all on a splitter and controlled with the CPU header on the motherboard so they all spin up and down together.

I have not tested so I cannot confirm, but I did read that bios 2 had the higher power limit. I am thinking of hooking up one of my AIO coolers to my FTW, but haven't found any adapter like the H10 or HG10 that will for sure fit this card. I heard evga is going to have a hybrid cooler for the FTW, but who knows how overpriced its going to be.
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Really? I've always found their reviews to be nice and thorough. Whats wrong with them?

I don't know. I have a knack for knowing reviewers..... never liked La Shimpi.

I feel like there are flaws in his reviews. He used to be better. In his early days. Just like Tom from Tom's Hardware.

They both suck now IMO. For video cards I go to Guru3d. They are the best for GPU reviews. For CPU and RAM reviews I talk to my boys here.

Never an issue. I'd use Anand for SSD reviews or whatever else. GPU? No.

I feel like they're a little n00bish and act like they are capable than more than they actually are. Comes off like that to me anyway.

i guess you don't know anand lal shrimpi left two years ago to work for apple and ryan smith, who is well respected among his peers (hilbert included) has been the gpu editor since. temp throttling has been known to happen with maxwell; there is a bios modding guide to remove it:
https://www.computerbase.de/forum/showthread.php?t=1445972 (yeah, its in german but you know google translate if you don't use chrome)
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Voltage Table (980 Ti, Titanium X) --- max. Set volts, and throttle limits
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Temp throttle limit. This defines how far allowed to throttle the map. Currently it seems that when the throttle 900 series at 50 ° - 60 ° to a voltage level and thus the boost clock is also reduced (you depending on how you set the Voltage Table and Boost Table).
To prevent premature chokes it is advisable for the regulator of the 3rd column to be set to the same value.
The max. Temp. Target is not circumvented , it simply prevents the map on the way to the max. Temp. Target the Volt reduced by one level.
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personally, seen this behavior dozens of times myself and in the 980ti owners thread. with pascel having a higher transistor density, it's not unfathomable to see the behavior at a lower temp.

will every card have it? no, but since a bios mod removed to from maxwell, that is a possible reason. and it certainly doesn't mean to dispute every claim that it does happen.
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I'm pretty sure my 1080armor gets its first clock throttle at 49°C. Will take a better look today. I'm on air in a 30°C room temp, so maybe it's getting hot so quickly that I don't even notice the first step down. It opens at 2088 and stabilizes at 2050. 2062 if it's a not so heavy game/bench.

Hopefully BIOS modding will give us some controle over these thermal throttle. It's not possible that it is a safety measure. Above 80°C? Ok! But not at 50s.
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why cannot i read the ASIC quality of my card ? it says ASIC quality is not supported
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ASIQ readings is not supported on 1080/TitanX/1070.
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if you are on a single card, change the PCIE slot to Gen 2 - your CPU score will return to normal.
Confirming..on MSI board , changing to GEN1-GEN2-GEN3 or keeping it AUTO does not change anything at all for the 6700k with a single 1080 rolleyes.gif
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Why MSI cards are so expensive? An ARMOR costing 10 bucks more and GamingX 40 bucks more than EVGA FTW? That makes no sense. What's so revolutionary about MSI that justifies the premium price?
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Why MSI cards are so expensive? An ARMOR costing 10 bucks more and GamingX 40 bucks more than EVGA FTW? That makes no sense. What's so revolutionary about MSI that justifies the premium price?

I think their coolers are among the more silent and efficient, but other than that....I'm honestly not sure. Quite the joke, honestly.
 
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Why MSI cards are so expensive? An ARMOR costing 10 bucks more and GamingX 40 bucks more than EVGA FTW? That makes no sense. What's so revolutionary about MSI that justifies the premium price?
My MSI FE gets to 2260 but drops down bit by bit quickly, on stock Ref . cooler/
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I think their coolers are among the more silent and efficient, but other than that....I'm honestly not sure. Quite the joke, honestly.

I can't speak for Gaming series, but Armor get's pretty hot! Only way to sustain 60C gaming is with fans@100% and a huge fan blowing cold air like a turbine with the case open. (posted some pics earlier in this thread).

Maybe it's the hype price over twinfrozr5 or whatever is called.
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