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Keep it cool pascal thermal down clocks start 51, 61, 71c it will drop about 10mhz per point hybrid kit will keep it under 60c no problem mine never go over 50.


http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=400-HY-5188-B1

Pascal thermal down clocks start from 31.

Went to the super market last night and left the window open, was cold night. Came back to see the card idle at 21C.
Fired up ESO, and the reported speed was 2189 for quite a while, until it hit 32C and dropped to 2164.

So I wonder, if I put a modded Predator 240 or 360 between CPU and GPU flow, would that drop the temps more?
(atm using a Predator 360 and the flow is CPU -> GPU).
Good to know
And yes, another 240 (or bigger) rad will help dropping the temps in any position, not necessarily between cpu and gpu.
The position is almost irrelevant, the (increased) liquid temp is, control it with a liquid temp sensor thumb.gif
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Cheers smile.gif

Also, annoyingly, since I refit the cooler got bad coil whine, that wasn't there before, neither with the Armor Heatsink, nor with the waterblock :/
Any thoughts?
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i would try hwinfo OSD to display RTSS values and disable AB OSD.
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No matter what I do, I can't OC the memory on my MSI GTX1080 Gaming. Tried Afterburner, Precision X, stock voltage, 100% voltage, nothing. Tried all offsets from +1 up to +500 and it always crushes or artifacts. Guess I didn't get a good card.... Will have to settle for a 2088 on the core I guess mad.gif

I flashed Gaming X OC Modus Bios to my Zotac Amp and had the same issues with VRAM overclocking.

Just try Asus Strix OC T4 Bios or Gainward GLH Premium Bios on your card and i bet your memory will at least do around 5535.

most likely it will even go higher. with those bioses i been able to run VRAM @ 5576 without artifacting and with a good performance gain.

@ Fediuld

try running 3D Mark Icestorm for about 30 minutes (high FPS , all cards have heavy coil whine during icestorm) and check back with games/normals fps if it got better.

remove heatsink again, check thermal pads and put heatsink back.
Edited by IronAge - 9/4/16 at 3:32am
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i would try hwinfo OSD to display RTSS values and disable AB OSD.
I flashed Gaming X OC Modus Bios to my Zotac Amp and had the same issues with VRAM overclocking.

Just try Asus Strix OC T4 Bios or Gainward GLH Premium Bios on your card and i bet your memory will at least do around 5535.

most likely it will even go higher. with those bioses i been able to run VRAM @ 5576 without artifacting and with a good performance gain.

@ Fediuld

try running 3D Mark Icestorm for about 30 minutes (high FPS , all cards have heavy coil whine during icestorm) and check back with games/normals fps if it got better.

remove heatsink again, check thermal pads and put heatsink back.

I checked all thermal pads :/ nothing. Even replaced them, paste the lot this morning.
But thank you i will try icestorm and let you know smile.gif
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Edited by PasK1234Xw - 9/4/16 at 8:57am
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I'm playing the BF1 beta, running very smooth maxed out at 4K with FXAA at medium and ssao and not HBAO. Maintains about 57-60 fps.

If I run FXAA on high, and HBAO is still manages 45-55 fps.

This is a great card!

Did you guys see vault 1080 yet?

Nvidia spent 6 months creating a vault named after our loved GTX1080's. Apparently it shows off some of the best lighting affects today, and utilizes the best graphics available in Fallout 4!

Vault 1080! New steam update, for Fallout 4. I'm on my way there now.somewhere in the wasteland!

This 1080 is a beast! I thought about Titan P.. But, I feel the price is not worth the small increase. Its like going from a 1070 to a 1080 only it cost $500 more.

My graphics score at 25,721 is not far off from the 27,000 a titan P gets. I'd rather have (2) GTX 1080's.

I know a single faster card is better. But, in this case the single faster card is not much better. I could be wrong.. But, I am super happy with my 4K performance from my 1080. So, I do not feel investing any more money is necessary even for more performance, because the gameplay experience right now is so smooth, And impressive!!

I just love my GTX 1080 founders edition! It is truly a damn beast. 4K gaming is now possible
Edited by tps3443 - 9/4/16 at 2:41pm
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Anybody running with an EVGA hybrid waterblock AIO and how does it perform?

Nevermind, FTW isn't released yet.
Edited by Agavehound - 9/4/16 at 6:37pm
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No matter what I do, I can't OC the memory on my MSI GTX1080 Gaming. Tried Afterburner, Precision X, stock voltage, 100% voltage, nothing. Tried all offsets from +1 up to +500 and it always crushes or artifacts. Guess I didn't get a good card.... Will have to settle for a 2088 on the core I guess mad.gif

That is strange.

I have no problems clocking the memory on my Gaming X. I can push the memory as high as 5564mhz before I start getting artifacting, and run the core at 2113mhz as my 24/7 overclock. It's totally stable at 2113mhz Core and 5554mhz Memory.
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You guys think that 2050/11000 is a decent stable clock for SLi on air?
I think it is pretty good for 1080s.

I know I would like 2100 core but seems like it is not happening anytime soon. Even if I start at 2100 core, it backs down to 2050 after an hour of gaming irrespective of how many +X I throw on the OC tool (GPU Tweak 2, AB doesn't matter).
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Without having mod the card yet, managed to hit 2190 at 1.093v (curve fiddling).

However the performance is same as 2177 @ 1.081v. Clearly the card is running 2190 according to overlay, and locked speeds on the curve panel.
Any thoughts?
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