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I do not know if there is constant real power we see or dynamically stored in capacitors, because the values in HWinfo64 and wall gauge or test instruments show different.

To get anywhere close, feed the graphics card with a secondary power supply and measure only dual 8 pin and gess 76w on pcie (as former Titan) and compensate for power supply efficiency. I've done it before, maybe doing a test on this.
Edited by cluster71 - 6/26/17 at 10:10am
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thats a lot of voltage there.

other question: are 1,093V save even with xoc? i mean it shouldnt go crazy with the Watts than or?


watt peaced @ 320W. but mostly it was around 300-310watts..
2050/6003 1,049V

I was just testing it. I am going to set up a custom curve for 2025MHz OC with ~ 1v. Problem is 2015MHz @ 1v works fine but after 50C it dropped to 2012MHz. Trying now to get 2037MHz with 1v so it drops to 2025 once the card is warm.

Also to people that know more about these cards, does the fan of FE cooler get the power strait from PCIE right so the load is no reported to the GPU or is it?
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I do not know if there is constant real power we see or dynamically stored in capacitors, because the values in HWinfo64 and wall gauge or test instruments show different.

i think the nvidia-smi option best way to be honest.
    
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Man I am loving overclocking with unlocked TDP. Just like overclocking AMD GPU now. Only small thing that still remains is the drop in bin with temperature. Have 2 curved now for 0.9v @ 1885MHz and 1.012v @ 2037MHz.
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embarrassing? ***? its a nice loop. THAT is watercooling. not all this blinking/shiny poop. You should look on the screen while gaming and not in the case!

why is w.t.f censored xD ok than not wink.gif

I personally don't care whether people choose to have things inside organized and clean but saying you should be looking at the screen and not in the case is silly, and claiming that "THAT is watercooling" given the reasonable standards that custom loops have come to adhere to is even more absurd. Nevermind that it makes it easier to work in the case and modify things when needed, it can have an effect on functionality/efficiency, and, yeah, it looks better. Aesthetics are a significant part of custom loops and custom builds in general; that's not even debatable.

So THAT is an outlier. Again, no issues with it personally but if you saw someone spend a bunch of money on a sports car and the inside was just trashed all the time you wouldn't say, "Now THAT is a true luxury sports car. You should be looking out the windshield and not inside anyway."

I'm tempted to try that Arctic Extreme BIOS on my FE. Looks solid.
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3. XOC bios from TechPOWERUP database (my current bios) - flashed fine, fully recognized by nvidia-smi.exe, solid so far and MSI Afterburner temp/power sliders back to full adjustment.
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This is NOT XOC BIOS. It's standard bios of Asus Strix 1080 Ti OC Edition.

XOC bios doesn't allow you to change power limit in MSI Afterburner because it doesn't have any limits at all.
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I personally don't care whether people choose to have things inside organized and clean but saying you should be looking at the screen and not in the case is silly, and claiming that "THAT is watercooling" given the reasonable standards that custom loops have come to adhere to is even more absurd. Nevermind that it makes it easier to work in the case and modify things when needed, it can have an effect on functionality/efficiency, and, yeah, it looks better. Aesthetics are a significant part of custom loops and custom builds in general; that's not even debatable.

So THAT is an outlier. Again, no issues with it personally but if you saw someone spend a bunch of money on a sports car and the inside was just trashed all the time you wouldn't say, "Now THAT is a true luxury sports car. You should be looking out the windshield and not inside anyway."

I'm tempted to try that Arctic Extreme BIOS on my FE. Looks solid.

If it's faster than your car...it looks better bro...

You're all show no go...we get it.
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This is NOT XOC BIOS. It's standard bios of Asus Strix 1080 Ti OC Edition.

XOC bios doesn't allow you to change power limit in MSI Afterburner because it doesn't have any limits at all.

Hmm, I was under the impression that XOC was short for StriX OC edition bios.... But that would explain why I can manipulate the sliders for power limit. Either way, so far I'm having better results with this bios than I did with XOC from the other two sources.
Edited by SultanOfWalmart - 6/26/17 at 10:49am
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Hmm, I was under the impression that XOC was short for StriX OC edition bios.... But that would explain why I can manipulate the sliders for power limit. Either way, so far I'm having better results with this bios than I did with XOC from the other two sources.

XOC is much better. I tried it and never drop because of power.

Also I noticed now I am mining and open up a game the GPU drops to 1569 MHz and 150W in power. Does anyone know why this happens?
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Any idea if running a 1080Ti at 90C will cause long term issues?
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