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post #4521 of 11237
Received my MSI GeForce GTX 1080 ARMOR 8G OC today and couldn't be happier biggrin.gif It's fully stable at 2113MHz no matter what I throw at it. It even keeps rocking the 2113MHz core clock steady with a custom fan curve. Temperatures are also great (especially compared to the FE). Went from a really poor and hot running 1967MHz FE (not even fully stable or maintaining those clocks) to a cool and quiet 2113MHz with the MSI card. With max fan speed the sound isn't even that bad and keeps the card at a 60degrees Celsius under full load.

Didn't even touch voltage yet, but will wait with that till I mod this baby on with a Corsair H80 + flash the GAMING Z BIOS since this is the same PCB;


post #4522 of 11237
Seems like 2200 is no problem with voltage, just a no-no with TDP.

The only way I managed to increase the voltage was through the custom curve thingy, or else. Max 1.0500V.

I don't know why nvidia even added some voltage support when the TDP is an issue, even with stock voltage.

Can't wait for bioses to come out.

I'm going to sweden on sunday, so I won't be tinkering with this POS until next week.
post #4523 of 11237
Ok what is that curve thing? The one on PrecisionX is so tiny that I can't see anything on it...
post #4524 of 11237
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Originally Posted by tin0 View Post

Received my MSI GeForce GTX 1080 ARMOR 8G OC today and couldn't be happier biggrin.gif It's fully stable at 2113MHz no matter what I throw at it. It even keeps rocking the 2113MHz core clock steady with a custom fan curve. Temperatures are also great (especially compared to the FE). Went from a really poor and hot running 1967MHz FE (not even fully stable or maintaining those clocks) to a cool and quiet 2113MHz with the MSI card. With max fan speed the sound isn't even that bad and keeps the card at a 60degrees Celsius under full load.

Didn't even touch voltage yet, but will wait with that till I mod this baby on with a Corsair H80 + flash the GAMING Z BIOS since this is the same PCB;



You got a very nice piece of sylicon there...mine won't even get close to that.
post #4525 of 11237
Your stock voltage is a bit higher than mine. Mine only goes up to 1.0500V at 2126mhz.

Getting 110 FPS on Valley. Can somebody else please post their score on Valley, so I can calm my nerves and see if it's my card, or if it's a normal score. Thanks alot!

EDIT: @Juniordnz, love your sig. *This is my rig. There are many like it, but this one is mine. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. Without me my rig is useless. Without my rig, I am useless. My rig is human, even as I am human, because it is my life. Thus, I will learn it as a brother. I will learn its weaknesses, its strengths, its parts, its accessories, its cpu and its gpu. I will keep my rig clean and ready, even as I am clean and ready. We will become part of each others* thumbsupsmiley.png
post #4526 of 11237
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

EDIT: @Juniordnz, love your sig. *This is my rig. There are many like it, but this one is mine. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. Without me my rig is useless. Without my rig, I am useless. My rig is human, even as I am human, because it is my life. Thus, I will learn it as a brother. I will learn its weaknesses, its strengths, its parts, its accessories, its cpu and its gpu. I will keep my rig clean and ready, even as I am clean and ready. We will become part of each others* thumbsupsmiley.png

oorah! thumb.gif
post #4527 of 11237
Love the sig bro! thumb.gif

I've got a 1080 FE and wondering if it's advisable to set the fan off below a certain temp (50c or so)? And what would be the easiest/best way to do that?
Edited by OCPG - 8/5/16 at 10:29am
post #4528 of 11237
So short update from my side :
I put my Asus Strix ( non oc ) under water, flashed the FTW BIOS on it and my results :
~ 24.400 GPU Score in Fire Strike
2177mHz Gpu Clock
post #4529 of 11237
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

Your stock voltage is a bit higher than mine. Mine only goes up to 1.0500V at 2126mhz.

Getting 110 FPS on Valley. Can somebody else please post their score on Valley, so I can calm my nerves and see if it's my card, or if it's a normal score. Thanks alot!

EDIT: @Juniordnz, love your sig. *This is my rig. There are many like it, but this one is mine. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. Without me my rig is useless. Without my rig, I am useless. My rig is human, even as I am human, because it is my life. Thus, I will learn it as a brother. I will learn its weaknesses, its strengths, its parts, its accessories, its cpu and its gpu. I will keep my rig clean and ready, even as I am clean and ready. We will become part of each others* thumbsupsmiley.png
Mine also runs 1.0500V during the bench, the 1.0620V is just a spike. Yours seems also like it's a great clocker thumb.gif
Will now flash the GAMING Z BIOS to see if I can push it any further.
post #4530 of 11237
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Originally Posted by tin0 View Post

Mine also runs 1.0500V during the bench, the 1.0620V is just a spike. Yours seems also like it's a great clocker thumb.gif
Will now flash the GAMING Z BIOS to see if I can push it any further.

Can you please point me in the direction to where I can find gaming Z bios? TPU only has gaming X. I have regular gaming any will try this out.
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