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OC(O8G) or non-OC(8G) Strix?

Does anyone know if the cards are binned better for OC?

About to pull the trigger on the OC Strix for $419.

Dang, where are you finding it for that price?
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OC(O8G) or non-OC(8G) Strix?

Does anyone know if the cards are binned better for OC?

About to pull the trigger on the OC Strix for $419.

Dang, where are you finding it for that price?

Here on Jet.com

Use SHOP10 to get ~$47 off and waive the return for another $10 off bringing it to exactly $419.09

If you pay by debit card it comes to around $412.
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Here on Jet.com

Use SHOP10 to get ~$47 off and waive the return for another $10 off bringing it to exactly $419.09

If you pay by debit card it comes to around $412.

Oh cool, didn't know about the SHOP10 code.
post #824 of 9449
Thanks for your reply guys.

I found game which is not stable on 2075/2088 it is war Thunder, you can check it as game is free. I can play witcher 3 doom etc without any issues but war Thunder gives me red artifacts when I OC more than 2065 so I will stick with that speed
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Thanks for your reply guys.

I found game which is not stable on 2075/2088 it is war Thunder, you can check it as game is free. I can play witcher 3 doom etc without any issues but war Thunder gives me red artifacts when I OC more than 2065 so I will stick with that speed

Artifacts are usually a memory issue, do you have your memory overclocked?
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Its always caused by gpu, if i disable memory oc I can still see them, if I set GPU clock to 2100 there is much more of them. On 2065 nothing, but in witcher they appear even on 2088 maybe I didnt win silicon lottery smile.gif Or its because my OC bios from MSI, I hope when we get bios tweaker will be much better

I hope MSI will drop Gaming Z soon so I will check bios from them smile.gif
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Its always caused by gpu, if i disable memory oc I can still see them, if I set GPU clock to 2100 there is much more of them. On 2065 nothing, but in witcher they appear even on 2088 maybe I didnt win silicon lottery smile.gif Or its because my OC bios from MSI, I hope when we get bios tweaker will be much better

I hope MSI will drop Gaming Z soon so I will check bios from them smile.gif

You definitely have a bad chip here. At 2088 MHz I have 0 issues, and with a custom fan curve I can maintain that for hours of gaming on the Witcher 3.
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You definitely have a bad chip here. At 2088 MHz I have 0 issues, and with a custom fan curve I can maintain that for hours of gaming on the Witcher 3.

Can you screenshot your custom fan profile?
post #829 of 9449
Well its only 21 Mhz devil-smiley-019.gif
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So for example I drag that up to 2101 MHz and exit the curve. And it forces the videocard to use 2101 MHz at 1.0930v but the problem you explain happens because there's this really stupid safety measure in the GPU's that we found which automatically clocks your videocard down the moment it goes beyond 54 degrees celsius. And again after 65 degrees celsius.

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I did not know this! The 54c thing is crazy, the card shouldn't be clocking down till it hits temp limit. I guess I should finish reading this thread so I know these kinds of things. I'm assuming the temp downclocking is from bios?
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