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Has anyone tried to reapply thermal paste on the MSI Gaming 1080 X? MSI claims they use a premium compound, but I wonder how premium it really is. Would it be worth it to give that a shot?

Here is how it looked when I removed the MSI Armor OC heatsink to fit the EK waterblock.
I bet using the same stuff?



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hello!

I did this:
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I've spent a couple of hours running benchmarks today to test out a few fan configurations and come across something unusual - I can complete Time spy, FS Ultra & FS extreme runs time and time again, but Regular Firstrike crashes everytime during graphics test 2, around 18 seconds in. Hitting 2076 core/10990 memory and stable in absolutely everything else :-/ Anybody experienced/resolved this before?
Edited by wangle0485 - 8/20/16 at 9:23am
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I've spent a couple of hours running benchmarks today to test out a few fan configurations and come across something unusual - I can complete Time spy, FS Ultra & FS extreme runs time and time again, but Regular Firstrike crashes everytime during graphics test 2, around 18 seconds in. Hitting 2076 core/10990 memory and stable in absolutely everything else :-/ Anybody experienced/resolved this before?

I often run into stability problems like this when overclocking as well. When you're running extreme stress cases (FSE, Time Spy, etc) you're always in the higher points of the voltage curve. When you're running less stressful cases you may end up lower on it and expose different issues. You may want to tweak your curve and focus a bit on voltages down around 1.012 volts and below - maybe drop them a few MHz.
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I often run into stability problems like this when overclocking as well. When you're running extreme stress cases (FSE, Time Spy, etc) you're always in the higher points of the voltage curve. When you're running less stressful cases you may end up lower on it and expose different issues. You may want to tweak your curve and focus a bit on voltages down around 1.012 volts and below - maybe drop them a few MHz.

Maybe try Evga bios.. I tested both strix bios, amp, g1 xtreme, msi gaming x and z and even with some I can't hit 2250+ easily non of them gave me better scores than Evga fe @2177 with 1.081v for me under water
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Why have I got a black margin down either side of screen? Drivers?
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Do you use the older or the newest Nvidia drivers?

The last one. Today, 2.228 MHz, I run it a couple of times to be sure, and the score continue scaling and going up:



Tomorrow, I will try 2.240 MHz biggrin.gif
Edited by Pepillo - 8/20/16 at 2:57pm
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Hey everyone sign me up for the CLUB!

I picked up my sealed in the box GTX1080 FE for $280 bucks on Craigslist. What a deal.

A Young man, going to college for graphics design received the card paid for by "Financial Aid" He changed his classes around, so now he no longer needs it! So,even though he didn't even know what it was, And, I was fortunate to pick it up for $280 bucks CASH money. I paid more then that for my GTX 1070.

This is a once in a lifetime deal for me.


https://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/details/g83dk

I came across this card, because I was looking to trade my GTX1070, and add cash on my end to get a GTX1080. So, it turns out it worked out even better. The GTX1080 is a great 4K gaming card.
Edited by tps3443 - 8/20/16 at 3:28pm
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Can anyone catch me up? What is a good bios to flash on my Founders edition 1080?
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Got my Seasonic Prime and alas it didn't fix my coil whine on my 1080 FTW. Even went and moved it around to a couple of rooms and plugged it directly into the wall and it didn't help. In fact, it has really minor buzzing (put my ear next to the top vent of the PSU) as well and coil whines when you turn the system off. Returning this for a EVGA T2 or I'm going to RMA my prime and see if a new one helps.

EDIT: Or I'm just going to bother EVGA for another 1080 FTW replacement.

EDIT2: Experimented with my Prime and a surge protector that was properly grounded. Holy **** it's almost bearable now. Almost as loud as the fans in my case running around 40%. Completely inaudible with the side panel on (unless you put your ear right up against it)
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