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post #7031 of 11112
I'm back at my stock offset overclock. Just found out that although 2151mhz seems nice, it results in lower min and max fps, average stays the same though.

Overclocking this cards are not for those who lack patience...
post #7032 of 11112
pascal chips are heavily (maybe hardware-level) power limited
even though some model have an additional 6-8pin it's not going anywhere higher than even the FE
man... when will we see maxwell-level of OC cards again rolleyes.gif
or may be that's intentional, otherwise nobody would buy a 1080 or 1080ti tongue.gif
post #7033 of 11112
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Originally Posted by artemis2307 View Post

pascal chips are heavily (maybe hardware-level) power limited
even though some model have an additional 6-8pin it's not going anywhere higher than even the FE
man... when will we see maxwell-level of OC cards again rolleyes.gif
or may be that's intentional, otherwise nobody would buy a 1080 or 1080ti tongue.gif

It's a setting in the bios, pretty sure of it. We just don't have a pascal bios editor yet. May not ever get one.....jury is out.
post #7034 of 11112
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Originally Posted by artemis2307 View Post

pascal chips are heavily (maybe hardware-level) power limited
even though some model have an additional 6-8pin it's not going anywhere higher than even the FE
man... when will we see maxwell-level of OC cards again rolleyes.gif
or may be that's intentional, otherwise nobody would buy a 1080 or 1080ti tongue.gif

It's very sad to see the 10xx series overclock about all the same. Going from a 1080 FE to a 1080 HOF, the only difference I have noticed is cooler temps, better looking card overall, and lower power consumption at the same frequencies. FE could hold 2038 until thermals came to crash the party and my hof 2051 solid since thermals aren't an issue.

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Originally Posted by Vellinious View Post

It's a setting in the bios, pretty sure of it. We just don't have a pascal bios editor yet. May not ever get one.....jury is out.

We better get one eventually! My HOF is ready to scarf down some voltage.
post #7035 of 11112
Where is sky? His previous bioses worked very well. We will have to wait I guess .... then soon will be 1080Ti build up and it all starts again . .

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post #7036 of 11112
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Originally Posted by OZrevhead View Post

Where is sky? His previous bioses worked very well. We will have to wait I guess .... then soon will be 1080Ti build up and it all starts again . .

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If NVIDIA cuts off the bios modding all together, I'll be looking to move to AMD....hopefully they get something at least in the neighborhood of "enthusiast" at some point in the near future.
post #7037 of 11112
My best so far with the T4 BIOS on my ASUS Strix Gaming.

post #7038 of 11112
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Originally Posted by JoeDirt View Post

My best so far with the T4 BIOS on my ASUS Strix Gaming.


That's a pretty nice score, man. What kind of clocks are you running on the core / memory to see that kind of graphics score?
post #7039 of 11112
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Originally Posted by Vellinious View Post

That's a pretty nice score, man. What kind of clocks are you running on the core / memory to see that kind of graphics score?

Thanks. 2114MHz / 1382MHz:
post #7040 of 11112
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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

I'm back at my stock offset overclock. Just found out that although 2151mhz seems nice, it results in lower min and max fps, average stays the same though.

Overclocking this cards are not for those who lack patience...

You can say that again lol -- my head is going to explode.

I'm gaining more with memory than I am with frequency. Frequency won't give me more than 3FPS at a push.
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