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Thanks dude...

Oh well i was alittle pissed when i brought it the 1080, even though i got a really good deal, they just announced the 1080TI. Now thats the card i really want... The 1080 i got i stuck Kraken G10 and Corsair H75 cooler on it and temps a really low... i did the same before with my 980ti EVGA hybrid card and i love it, not to worry about temps.....

Thanks for helping, im happy so far, ill just wait for the 1080TI Hybrids, then sell the whole lot.
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Wait, what?

The 1080ti has been announced? Where? When?
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I just bit the bullet, and bought a 1080 Classified, the Ti is really tempting but 1080 is 800€ here already, so that is kinda my max anyway. And coming from a GTX 770 I think I will be more than satisfied. + I am still on 1080P (Gonna upgrade monitor probably this year, just not sure 1440P or 4K)
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Wait, what?

The 1080ti has been announced? Where? When?

Nah rumour mill.

NV just said that next year going to refresh the Pascals (aka rebage them) and Volta was pushed for 2018
post #6725 of 11112
I'm really not impressed with the power delivery on the reference design.

For a $700 video card it should be able to push over 200 watts - the missing phase makes me feel like Nvidia skimped a bit on the 1080.

It seems that the lack of power is what's limiting many overclocks from going higher.
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I'm really not impressed with the power delivery on the reference design.

For a $700 video card it should be able to push over 200 watts - the missing phase makes me feel like Nvidia skimped a bit on the 1080.

It seems that the lack of power is what's limiting many overclocks from going higher.

The only limiting factor in power delivery, is in the bios....and yes, it's a limiting factor in most 1080s overclocks. The other limiting factor, and probably the most important one, is core temps.
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Originally Posted by Vellinious View Post

The only limiting factor in power delivery, is in the bios....and yes, it's a limiting factor in most 1080s overclocks. The other limiting factor, and probably the most important one, is core temps.

35c temps here

Cant go over 2150mhz

/e LOL if you type in F M L, It sensors it in OCN? DAFUQ?
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I just bit the bullet, and bought a 1080 Classified, the Ti is really tempting but 1080 is 800€ here already, so that is kinda my max anyway. And coming from a GTX 770 I think I will be more than satisfied. + I am still on 1080P (Gonna upgrade monitor probably this year, just not sure 1440P or 4K)

I'd go with a 1440p I think 4K is pretty dumb on PC monitors for TV it is great but not really needed with screens this small. Plus you would need some serious GPU horsepower to utilize 144hz.
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I am looking for some advice going to buy two 1080s and wanting to know what would the best choice of one to put under water? I hate to spend a bunch on a cooler and rgb lighting to tear it right off. Also was thinking about the Seahawk but cheaper to do it all myself. I would like to jump to EVGA the trade up program seems amazing I have MSI right now and don't think I want another MSI product to be honest so not sure where that leaves me.

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I am looking for some advice going to buy two 1080s and wanting to know what would the best choice of one to put under water? I hate to spend a bunch on a cooler and rgb lighting to tear it right off. Also was thinking about the Seahawk but cheaper to do it all myself. I would like to jump to EVGA the trade up program seems amazing I have MSI right now and don't think I want another MSI product to be honest so not sure where that leaves me.

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I would buy a gtx1080 FE, and install a ek block.

Board partners is not such a big deal. Ive purchased a evga gtx1070 SC ACX, and it had several issues.

And now I have a MSI gtx1080 Founders Edition. And I love it!

They all overclock the same to so, if your going to watercool it I personally would get a reference FE model. Just because waterblocks are in high availability.

There are a few people who have custom board cards, with (2) 8 pins etc. Etc. And no one has released a water block that is compatible yet.

Not to mention a reference cooler for a FE can easily be sold for $80-$100. So, you practically get the waterblock for free.
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