Overclock.net › Forums › Graphics Cards › NVIDIA › [Official] NVIDIA GTX 1080 Owner's Club
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

[Official] NVIDIA GTX 1080 Owner's Club - Page 566

post #5651 of 11202
Quote:
Originally Posted by Reckit View Post

I've got an Asus PG279Q and its a beast. There is talk of panel bleeding and its true to say there is some but it is minimal and I only notice it in the corners in a dark room.

Its expensive but it is definitely the best monitor I have ever owned

That is the exact one I was looking at, I am waiting for Amazon to get stock in for a better price and so I can use prime for easy returns if I get a dud. Currently there is only 3rd party sellers and there like $959, so absurd. I read that Amazon in the UK stopped selling it on there site, I hope the same is not true for America because it was just on there site on like August 8th and I missed it.

Where did you get yours from and how much did you pay if you don't mind me asking?
post #5652 of 11202
Thanks to those who answered my ASUS STRIX related question. thumb.gif
post #5653 of 11202
Quote:
Originally Posted by KickAssCop View Post

Thanks to those who answered my ASUS STRIX related question. thumb.gif

I read some more user comments about the strix/ non OC and OC.
On Air the most of the People get there non oc Strix between 2065 and 2100 - didnt saw someone get a better result with the OC Version thumb.gif

If the OC uses the "better" Chips I cant agree or disagree but I dont see the point going with the OC Version especially on air smile.gif
Maybe later on with new bioses / mods etc. u COULD get some additional mHz out of a OC Version @ water but the comments I read the max. clock is ~2177mhz with old nividia Drivers - for OC and non OC

If that minor advantage that COULD be is you worth the additional price go for the OC.

For me I got my non OC Strix for 735€ and pretty happy with that thumb.gif
Edited by Whitechap3l - 8/23/16 at 4:17am
post #5654 of 11202
Quote:
Originally Posted by boredgunner View Post

I'm not so sure. Most of the FTW's I see become unstable at above 2050 MHz or so, while most Classifieds are running games at over 2100 MHz no problem. This is based on forum comments and verified reviews for what it's worth.

The HOF is probably a monster as well.

My 1080FTW is rock solid at 2126mhz/1.050V/130%TDP. Gaming at 2101-2114 depending on temps (I'm on air), never below that even for hours.

Most reviews got a first batch of FTWs and they really were poor overclockers, I think bjorn3d stated that they will test with new models...
post #5655 of 11202
Quote:
Originally Posted by Reckit View Post

I would say yes thumb.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by TWiST2k View Post

That is the exact one I was looking at, I am waiting for Amazon to get stock in for a better price and so I can use prime for easy returns if I get a dud. Currently there is only 3rd party sellers and there like $959, so absurd. I read that Amazon in the UK stopped selling it on there site, I hope the same is not true for America because it was just on there site on like August 8th and I missed it.

Where did you get yours from and how much did you pay if you don't mind me asking?


I got mine from www.scan.co.uk (it was a lot cheaper than amazon at the time). it cost me £671.00 inc VAT.
post #5656 of 11202
Quote:
Originally Posted by HeyThereGuy View Post

I am in the process of upgrading my build. Has there been any findings of a non reference 1080 that is binned decent or a specific card that seems to be consistent at getting close to 2100mhz? Thanks in advance.
MSI GTX 1080 GAMING Z cards are binned.
post #5657 of 11202
But how do different companies bin their chips?

Do they just test go how high it will boost at the standard voltage, which wouldn't give any clues as to what the chip's ceiling would be?
post #5658 of 11202
Quote:
Originally Posted by Reckit View Post


I got mine from www.scan.co.uk (it was a lot cheaper than amazon at the time). it cost me £671.00 inc VAT.

Right after I checked your comment, I went and checked Amazon just for the heck of it and low and behold they got stock! I placed my order and refreshed and they were already gone! I hope I get a good one, I would rather not have to send this back to Amazon a few times till I get one with decent QA haha.
post #5659 of 11202
Quote:
Originally Posted by tin0 View Post

MSI GTX 1080 GAMING Z cards are binned.

They are not binned by MSI ... MSI does not bin at all, thats what i was told by an MSI PM during an MSI event.

He said GPUs get binned by NVIDIA and that they buy GPUs from different bin ranges

Boost Clock of 1911 ... most likely all GTX1080 will do that with enough VDDC and adequate PWR Supply / cooling / fan curves..

I know that they actually will Boost higher under Full Load ... no worries. wink.gif

third card i got is a ZOTAC GTX 1080 AMP! (non Extreme) MAX PWR Limit 120% equals to 258W.

Funny thing is i removed my G1 with EVGA FTW Bios without using DDU and put in the AMP.

3D Mark Systeminfo still displaying the EVGA FTW based Info und i been able to reach these clock rates / Scores:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/14320295

After i used DDU and the AMP been recognized as AMP by the driver max OC got worse and VDDC went from 1.062 to 1.050.

So am about to flash the Zotac AMP with the FTW Master Bios too.biggrin.gif
Edited by IronAge - 8/23/16 at 6:44am
post #5660 of 11202
Quote:
Originally Posted by DrFreeman35 View Post

No links? Proof of any kind? I've seen all kinds of "verified" posts about most cards being completely different. Depends on luck of the draw with these 1080's..... Buddy has 1080 OC strix and can't get above 2088, but I've seen some go over 2100.

My classified would run 2.1Ghz @ 1.09v, not more beyond that though. Not much quicker than my 980ti @ 1.5ghz so a bit of a side-grade.

Both the 1080 xtreme waterforce and the 1080 classified boost to 2050 out of the box no problem, beyond that is a lottery.

Both cards have been sent back due to lack of voltage control beyond 1.09v, might as well buy a cheap reference card and stick a block on it IMHO. For air cooling, the 1080 classified was a very nice piece of kit, can highly recommend. 1000 EUR/USD though !
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: NVIDIA
Overclock.net › Forums › Graphics Cards › NVIDIA › [Official] NVIDIA GTX 1080 Owner's Club