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EK 560 CE enough to cool 2x1080 when OC? Or should I put another 240 radiator in with it? Or go with a thicker radiator? New to this, figured someone would have some info as this is where all the 1080 users are at....
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EK 560 CE enough to cool 2x1080 when OC? Or should I put another 240 radiator in with it? Or go with a thicker radiator? New to this, figured someone would have some info as this is where all the 1080 users are at....

More than enough, if a 120 rad in the hybrid can keep a 1080 @ 2050 in the low 50c range in push/pull.
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The memory, if I set 50 MHz more or less, my score go down, 11.016 MHz are the maximum. The core, really I do not know his limit, every 13 MHz more, the score go up without problems. Now, 2.215 MHz::







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Are you using a curve, while i achieve better GPU scores with 100mhz less...and here's my best one @2152mhz
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More than enough, if a 120 rad in the hybrid can keep a 1080 @ 2050 in the low 50c range in push/pull.

Ok thanks, was looking into adding a 240, that will save me some $ lol.
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Could be interested for all of you having issues with memory overclock. I did some research as close as possible for all the runs when the temp goes to 36* and to 50* at the end
all test are made with 2100 fixed core and FS GT1 test...It seems my memory sweet spot is between +530 and +540 actually in the middle +535
Code:
+0 GT1 117.31
+100 GT1 115.96
+200 GT1 118.82
+300 GT1 118.08
+400 GT1 120.97
+500 GT1 118.64
+530 GT1 121.41
+533 GT1 121.89
+534 GT1 122.24
+535 GT1 121.96
+536 GT1 121.69
+540 GT1 121.77
+550 GT1 120.59
+560 GT1 119.62
+600 GT1 119.29
+700 GT1 117.80
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Originally Posted by DStealth View Post

Could be interesting for all of you having issues with memory overclock. I did some research as close as possible for all the runs when the temp goes to 36* and to 50* at the end
all test are made with 2100 fixed core and FS GT1 test...It seems my memory sweet spot is between +530 and +540 actually in the middle +535
Code:
+0 GT1 117.31
+100 GT1 115.96
+200 GT1 118.82
+300 GT1 118.08
+400 GT1 120.97
+500 GT1 118.64
+530 GT1 121.41
+533 GT1 121.89
+534 GT1 122.24
+535 GT1 121.96
+536 GT1 121.69
+540 GT1 121.77
+550 GT1 120.59
+560 GT1 119.62
+600 GT1 119.29
+700 GT1 117.80

Edit: Here's the best run +534mhz


Edit2: Just did my best FS GPU score with this discovery smile.gif 25361

Edited by DStealth - 8/19/16 at 11:17pm
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post #5547 of 11236
Careful with 372.54.
Not sure how that driver got certified but it's a mess. My 1080s are seriously artifacting and crashing with that driver. Not even a slightest overclock works.
post #5548 of 11236
Hmm. There have been quite a few reports of artifacting with these drivers over on the geforce forums, even at factory overclocked defaults.

Does anyone know how to switch debug mode off? For me, once I switch it on, it stays ticked and greyed out. I had to reinstall the drivers to get my overclock back.
post #5549 of 11236
Hi all,

I am thinking about getting a Asus STRIX-GTX1080-A8G.

Is this card ok? Or are the oc versions better
post #5550 of 11236
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Originally Posted by toncij View Post

Careful with 372.54.
Not sure how that driver got certified but it's a mess. My 1080s are seriously artifacting and crashing with that driver. Not even a slightest overclock works.

my 1080s are not affected by that driver , OC them @ 80+ core clock - 500+ mem and passed Heaven benchmark
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