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Will it? At 120% power draw were already pushing 300 watts of the 8+6-pin setup. Anymore would be dangerous no?
8-pin gives 150w, 6-pin give 75w more plus PCI-E gives 75w more. that's 300. I don't think you can go past that with 8+6 pin. Need the 8+8 setup for that. That Zotac Amp Extreme will end up being the top clocker I bet (maybe classy? i doubt it but i'd still grab a classy tongue.gif ) with it's 8+8, it will be able to draw 375w. It's power slider will go up to 150% i think.
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post #1012 of 10398
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Danger is sort of inherent in custom BIOS since if you screw something up and brick your card without the stock BIOS on it your warranty is void. I ran my Titan X Maxwell cards on a custom BIOS with a 400W power limit (rarely hit but often well above 300W) and they were OK for nearly 2 years of use.

I probably am not going to go custom BIOS on my 1080 Ti because my card looks like such a dud overclocker that I imagine it will be pointless, but people with good samples might see a significant benefit.
man, i really like this card, it's gorgeous and a solid card, but, i will be tempted to flip her on ebay and grab a ftw hybrid or a classy, i aint gonna lie.
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1080 1070 1060 1050 ti 1050... none zip pretty sure nvidia is done with giving away free performance. They released the TXP with the worst possible VRM to discourage any attempts to crack the bios. And now knowing their bios is safe they release the ti with a better VRM but with a measly 300w limit. Doubt vendors will be any better because they couldn't with 1070 and 1080.
it's turning a card with a 5 year lifespan into a one year lifespan to run it at high volts like that anyway. NOT WORTH IT. It had some value in the past because we couldnt hit 1440p/144 ultra or 4k/60 ultra, so basically we were all "chasing the dragon". with this card, that isn't really relevant because we can do that stock more or less. Just a +150 core +494memory gives us plenty of perf. To me, I'm running this setup geared toward a little more longevity and less power consumption than on previous system builds. My i-7 5775c sips juice like an LED light. It idles at 12w! even with an almost max overclock it games at 55c with 82w consumption. May as well run this Ti on something reasonable. My electric bill will surely drop coming from a max clocked 4690k and a pair of 980Tis maxed out lmao.
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8-pin gives 150w, 6-pin give 75w more plus PCI-E gives 75w more. that's 300. I don't think you can go past that with 8+6 pin. Need the 8+8 setup for that. That Zotac Amp Extreme will end up being the top clocker I bet (maybe classy? i doubt it but i'd still grab a classy tongue.gif ) with it's 8+8, it will be able to draw 375w. It's power slider will go up to 150% i think.

So the spec says but there were a few times.es my card did 122%. Custom bios can make cards run higher past spec at an added risk I think.

Someone here got their 300W Titan Maxwell rated to 400W
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you know this is overclock.net right? Not stock.net

biggrin.gif Yes I do but my point is that this is sort of a first for Nvidia. From the reports it seems they have already over clocked this Pascal chip to pretty much max to have it on par or slightly higher then the Titan. They left very little room for anything more! This what I'm seeing so far at least on these FE boards.
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post a pic of what she looks like with
the NXT on her for me?

Some pics earlier in the thread....here's a couple more.

She's basic....



post #1017 of 10398
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Since this is my first Pascal card, I have a question about voltage control in After Burner, does pushing the voltage to the maximum after unlocking the slider risk damaging the card in anyway?
lowers it's lifespan considerably. i'd go for +23 or +46v at the most (slider settings) as that will give a boost but not a max one. Nvidia says in re: to that slider (not sure how truthful this is though) that the cards are designed to last 5 years and max on that slider takes the lifespan down to ~1 year. half slider would be 3 yr. That's what they say. But +23v on that slider will give a bump and theoretically only shave the lifespan down to 4 years.
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Most people should be getting their cards today if they ordered on Friday. Mines out for delivery, and I've got a porch cam so I'm not missing it wink.gif
i have one of those. Best thing ever!
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http://www.3dmark.com/fs/11992139
nice, bro. you got a nice 4790k there, too. I could never get mine to hold a 5.0 clock. that's a golden chip right there. they never even could keep those in stock on Silicon Lottery store (5.0) and even their 4.9 ones were in/out of stock and they sell for $420.
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@100% fan i get 60°c ambient temps 23°c
wow! i think i may need to at least do the thermal paste mod.
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