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Originally Posted by Asmola View Post

Have you noticed any stability problems on games with XOC T4 bios? So far T4 bios have been working well, but some people have had crashes on games while using it. Currently full stability @ 2114MHz AIR with T4 bios, temps are also fine. smile.gif

With the nvidias 368 Drivers I hit good scores but no Chance to get it stabil in games / stress tests.. Now with the newest Drivers it seems I can go a Little bit higher.. Managed yesterday 2202mhz with Performance increase to my 2177mhz evga bios and it was stable in stress test. I will try it out in games today thumb.gif
Edited by Whitechap3l - 8/22/16 at 3:28am
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what to buy KFA2 GeForce GTX 1080 HOF or EVGA gtx 1080 classified....???
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what to buy KFA2 GeForce GTX 1080 HOF or EVGA gtx 1080 classified....???

EVGA 1080 FTW, no reason to waste money on the Classified this time around.
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Originally Posted by toncij View Post

Is there any picture of FTW vs Classified heatsink?

My FTWs can't go over 2114 without crashing.

i just had a 1070 ftw an now 1080
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Originally Posted by TWiST2k View Post

EVGA 1080 FTW, no reason to waste money on the Classified this time around.


Absolutly are !!!

Had a Classified for 5 Day sent it back because max Stable Clock where 2038mhz...firestrike store ~ 24500 Grafic score
u buy at least a FTW wiht better results
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what to buy KFA2 GeForce GTX 1080 HOF or EVGA gtx 1080 classified....???

At the moment, what I experienced and also read here it is basically indiffernet which Card you get...
A "standart" or FE with only 1 8pin performs nearly or in some cases even better than a Classified / Hof etc...

It is not a power/voltage/clock Problem at the moment I guess

I dont know what the prices are in your country but for me e.g the price differnce between a FE/ palit super jetstream to a HOF is nearly 80€.
I would buy me something extra with this safed Money but thats me thumb.gif
Edited by Whitechap3l - 8/22/16 at 5:36am
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Originally Posted by Whitechap3l View Post

At the moment, what I experienced and also read here it is basically indiffernet which Card you get...
A "standart" or FE with only 1 6pin performs nearly or in some cases even better than a Classified / Hof etc...

It is not a power/voltage/clock Problem at the moment I guess

I dont know what the prices are in your country but for me e.g the price differnce between a FE/ palit super jetstream to a HOF is nearly 80€.
I would buy me something extra with this safed Money but thats me thumb.gif

Agree. Though u probably referring to 8-pin rather than 6-pin tongue.gif

My Palit JetStream (not even Super ver.) can manage steady 2138MHz when utilizing "fixed" fan profile.
Edited by Cornerer - 8/22/16 at 5:34am
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Originally Posted by kx11 View Post

that is disappointing


in another note GALA\KFA2 HOF 1080 limited edition have a base clock of 1809mhz and boost to 1961mhz which is the highest clocks promoted for a GPU


link
http://www.galax.com/en/graphics-card/hof/galax-geforcer-gtx-1080-hof.html

The actual boost clocks vary for each user, usually higher. Top guns like Galax HOF, Zotac AMP and ASUS Strix OC are said to offer boost clock as extreme as 2050-2101 out of box.

But even most of those wouldn't get close to 2.15GHz mark.
Edited by Cornerer - 8/22/16 at 6:03am
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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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If I am to have a dedicated loop for 2x GTX 1080 STRIX, what size radiator(s) will I need if I plan on Ocing them to around 2GHz boost.

So I'm running 2x1080 SLI, one was an EVGA SC, one was EVGA FE, both are on the SC bios (just duplicated and flashed to both cards for simplicity). I'm using the EK blocks with EK bridge, CPU is also on the loop (6600K, stock), and all three are cooled with just a single 280mm radiator with EK Vardar F2 fans. I haven't spent a ton of time pushing my clocks, but the cards are easily keeping below 55c on the GPUs (that's for the top GPU, the lower GPU stays about 5c cooler) while playing GTA 5 at 4K with almost everything on very high (the shadows and grass on ultra bring framerate from solid 60 to ~45, unacceptable). I usually run between 1950 and 2050mhz on the GPUs, and even when looping firestrike ultra, the cards don't go over 55c over a prolonged period of time. The fans kick up to their 1600rpm max with this, but it's fine, it's not that loud, and my setup isn't "optimized".

I thought I'd need much more radiator, but I'm pretty pleased at the performance I'm getting with just 280mm on CPU+2GPUs. The die shrink is real! Hopefully this helps people wondering how much radiator they need. I would recommend my setup at minimum, I wouldn't go smaller than 280/360mm for CPU+2GPUs, but I can see where CPU+GPU or just 2 GPUs you could get away with 240mm without much problem.
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If I am to have a dedicated loop for 2x GTX 1080 STRIX, what size radiator(s) will I need if I plan on Ocing them to around 2GHz boost.
If you are going the dedicated gpu route, I would recommend that you get the largest that you can fit. I went a bit overkill with mine because back in the day I was originally planning on having 2 massively overvolted 780 lightning firebreathers one my dedicated loop (480+280 rad). Consequently, I can keep my fans at an extremely low and rather silent speed or even turn some off altogether with excellent cooling results. Shooting for a specific size, I would say that a good 360mm rad would do the trick though because I personally like to keep my fan speed as low as possible. Maybe others can chime in that actually have sli 1080's in their loops.
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Asus Strix AG vs. OG. Can I flash the bios on AG to OG without hassle? Anyone tried it yet?
What about the non overclock strix versions? Worth spending 60 extra for higher clocks or OK to just flash the non OC version to OG bios?

What up?


Pay the extra money I would say. I've had 2 (one was returned due to dodgy fan bearings) non oc 1080 strix and flashed the bios on both. I run the oc bios not because I automatically achieve a higher clock. but my personal experience is that the oc bios makes the card more stable when overclocked .

Non oc bios @ 1900 attempts to boost to 2050-2060 on firestrike this crashes on the second gfx test
oc bios @ 1900 only boost's to 2010-2025 but runs firestrike bench without issues.

Both cards were near enough identical

So with oc bios Im actually reducing the clock by 36(MHz) compared to the OC profile on GPU Tweak and somehow the boost is less aggressive and gives me a more stable overclock
However you could take your chances and go for the non oc version you may get a better GPU than me.
Edited by Reckit - 8/22/16 at 6:52am
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