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post #5721 of 11112
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Originally Posted by cr4p View Post

Hi Guys,

Is this a good score for Firestrike? smile.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9918688

Yes that is a normal score for an overclocked 1080. Most ppl get around 23500 to 25000 with overclocks.
post #5722 of 11112
Did anybody experience a change in max stable clocks when changing the motherboard? I had to reduce the 24/7 clocks by 2 bins after switching to X99, I get artifacts with the same clocks that were stable with my previous Z97...
post #5723 of 11112
I have a pair of 1080 Sea Hawk X's headed my way. When I get them in my hot little hands where should I start? Same as most I would like to hit 2100 at least on the pair.

Also need a hb sli bridge for them going in slot 1 and slot 3 on a R5E10 mobo. I am having trouble finding this bridge tho.
post #5724 of 11112
Just finished installing 1080 FTW, 100% stock, no OC, no custom fan, etc., seeing decent improvements compared to my previous 295x2, lots of room for more biggrin.gif


Overall Improvements

FPS - 24%
Score - 24%
Min FPS - 29%
Max FPS - 28%



Valley (AMD 295x2)



Valley (Evga 1080 FTW)


1080 Temps

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post #5725 of 11112
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Originally Posted by SAFX View Post

Just finished installing 1080 FTW, 100% stock, no OC, no custom fan, etc., seeing decent improvements compared to my previous 295x2, lots of room for more biggrin.gif


Overall Improvements

FPS - 24%
Score - 24%
Min FPS - 29%
Max FPS - 28%



Valley (AMD 295x2)



Valley (Evga 1080 FTW)


1080 Temps


Is that the temp reading from your benchmark?

I would say that 82 degrees is a little hot for a non oc benchmark. What was your ambient temperature? I would use a custom fan speed setup, the standard seems to be a little conservative IMO
Edited by Reckit - 8/26/16 at 12:30am
post #5726 of 11112
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Originally Posted by SAFX View Post

Just finished installing 1080 FTW, 100% stock, no OC, no custom fan, etc., seeing decent improvements compared to my previous 295x2, lots of room for more biggrin.gif

Overall Improvements

FPS - 24%
Score - 24%
Min FPS - 29%
Max FPS - 28%


1080 Temps


Geez, you got over 80ºC with something light like Heaven? I would set a 100%fan profile under load ASAP. You must be throttling like crazy with that.
post #5727 of 11112
Now, if only 1080Tis would exist...
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Originally Posted by zlpw0ker View Post

ye,use DDU to completly remove any AMD drivers regarding the GPU upgrade.

Should't be a need for that on modern machines and Windows.
post #5728 of 11112
Hey guys, which bios should I use on my MSI GTX 1080 Founders Edition?

It will boost to around 1800Mhz stock. I run afterburner but, I would like it to boost around 2,000mhz without after burner, like my GTX 1070 SC ACX did.

I've got the flashing software already.

Could some one post a link, of the bios to use?

Thanks!
Edited by tps3443 - 8/26/16 at 5:56am
post #5729 of 11112
Seems like the 1080 can downvolt without loosing too much speed.

I'm playing on 2088mhz at 0.975V. Gonna go for 2100 next, Mem is on 500+. No crashes so far after many hours in BF4 nor in folding. Stable enough for me. thumb.gif
post #5730 of 11112
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

Seems like the 1080 can downvolt without loosing too much speed.

I'm playing on 2088mhz at 0.975V. Gonna go for 2100 next, Mem is on 500+. No crashes so far after many hours in BF4 nor in folding. Stable enough for me. thumb.gif

That's nice. I thought I was stable at 2126mhz/1.031V after several flawless firestrike runs, but a few minutes in Rainbow Six Siege proved me wrong biggrin.gif 1.050V seems to work though.
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