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Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 Gaming - Xtreme Engine?!?

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Hey

Just bought the GTX 1080 G1 Gaming.
I am looking for the "Xtreme Engine" software, so i can change the RGB LED settings. But its nowhere to be found? There is nothing on Gigabytes site, and the download site for GTX 1080 is empty.
I've tried the Guru II software, and its not possible to change the LED settings in that.
Anyone knows anything? smile.gif

Other than that, is an okay card with standard PCB. The GPU clocks better than the MSI Founders Edition i had for a couple of days. I get 2012-2076 in boost. But the memory is weaker than the FE card. I can only get them to run 10800 MHz. The FE card ran 11200 and i didn't even hit the wall on that one, but was hodling back because of heat, and that awfull cooler smile.gif
post #2 of 7
I think it's on the page here. LINK

If it came with a driver disk, I'd check that as well.



There's no proper reviews yet so I have some questions.

How are load noise levels and temps? I'm looking at getting this card soon as it comes in stock online. Since basically all 1080s OC poor after 2050 I'm just looking for something that stays cool and quiet under load. Also, what was cost of the card? I can't find it anywhere.
Edited by Shaded War - 6/4/16 at 9:40am
post #3 of 7
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The temps are okay..The card is a great deal cooler than the Founders Edition. But its not as quiet as the 980ti's i've had (MSI Gaming 6G and EVGA Classified).
post #4 of 7
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And the Extreme Macro Engine on the page you've linked to is for mouse and keyboard i guess. I'ts not for GTX 1080. Already tried it smile.gif
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post #6 of 7
I believe this can also be done inside the nVidia geforce experience settings.



My rig > LED Visualizer
post #7 of 7
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Yeah thanks, got it from the gigabyte support after a few days
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Originally Posted by Rav3n07 View Post

I believe this can also be done inside the nVidia geforce experience settings.



My rig > LED Visualizer
Nope doesnt work on this card
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