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http://www.3dmark.com/fs/11992139

Nice. How are you finding overclocking on the memory?
     
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Some pics earlier in the thread....here's a couple more.

She's basic....



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looks great, man!
post #1023 of 10889
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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.

Thanks for the props man...
I did get very lucky with the 4790k. It's been an amazing chip at 5.0 and just 1.324v / 1.712v input. Cache at 44. RealBench and Prime95 stable at 8+ hours.

But it's spoiled me. Next build chip coming from the lottery for sure.
post #1024 of 10889
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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.

Gonna need some source or evidence for those claims. With the power targets and voltages locked as they are, the most important things to keep in mind are stay below the max operating temperatures and keep the VRM cool enough, so it doesn't blow (but there's no sensor for it). This being a 300W card, there's really no reason not to put it under water to reap as much of that boost clock as possible. Unless you're going open-bench, air cooling this beast will just cook the rest of your components in your case.
 
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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.

They can draw more power than what there rated for.
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post #1026 of 10889
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Gonna need some source or evidence for those claims. With the power targets and voltages locked as they are, the most important things to keep in mind are stay below the max operating temperatures and keep the VRM cool enough, so it doesn't blow (but there's no sensor for it). This being a 300W card, there's really no reason not to put it under water to reap as much of that boost clock as possible. Unless you're going open-bench, air cooling this beast will just cook the rest of your components in your case.

It's actually true. Nvidia might be a bit conservative, but they consider max voltage slider to reduce the cards life down to just 1 year of normal usage.

Here's proof from Nvidia themselves: https://youtu.be/79-s8byUkxk?t=981

They even explain that voltages are locked to a limit because if you go beyond that, you reduce the life to not just a year, but 1 month.

Voltage/current, regardless of temp, causes degradation. As chips get smaller and components consist of less mass, these issues become much more prevalent. This is typically called 'electron migration'.
Edited by AMDATI - 3/14/17 at 11:28am
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post #1027 of 10889
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Gonna need some source or evidence for those claims. With the power targets and voltages locked as they are, the most important things to keep in mind are stay below the max operating temperatures and keep the VRM cool enough, so it doesn't blow (but there's no sensor for it). This being a 300W card, there's really no reason not to put it under water to reap as much of that boost clock as possible. Unless you're going open-bench, air cooling this beast will just cook the rest of your components in your case.
https://youtu.be/79-s8byUkxk?t=15m55s

the man explains it here.
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https://youtu.be/79-s8byUkxk?t=15m55s

the man explains it here.
start at 15:55.
post #1029 of 10889
Trying to decide between the ASUS PG348Q or ACER Predator XB321HK to go with my new 1080ti. Yes I know the HDR Asus monitor is on the way, but who really knows when they're going to ship it.

I'm currently on a Swift PG278Q .
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Could someone please grab your 8 pin PCI-E cable and see if it will fit into the 6 pin slot on the TI. I have a feeling it doesn't and I will need to get another cable made.
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