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Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post

With water and shunt, the FE's should be around 2100-2126 more or less.

FE cards could bring the best chips (binning)???
Hoenstly think if you want best OC FE go for nvidia branded as they don't release pre OC cards and bin for those;

Place like EVGA take better FE PCB and use for their SC models till they start producing their own reference PCB then they make their own FE so then nvidia is completely out of the loop with them.

I had 6 EVGA FE and all never went over 2050 even on water i went and grabbed nvidia branded from best buy and did over 2100 no problem on stock voltage and air.

I also watched bunch of vids on YouTube and read comments and seemed to be case with others also. All the while it seemed 2100 was no problem on cards from nvidia.

Heard rumor that nvidia took chips in the center of the wafer and used on their cards. I guess those yield best quality chips.

This time around i went with nvidia but card delayed due to snow storm so cant test yet.
Edited by PasK1234Xw - 3/15/17 at 7:37am
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Hey guys, is there any way to mod the BIOS yet?
I would like to have more Power Limit without hardware modding...
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Hey guys, is there any way to mod the BIOS yet?
I would like to have more Power Limit without hardware modding...

Nope until customs that could come with some powerful special bios's

I flashed custom bios's in my previous 1080 FE
Edited by vmanuelgm - 3/15/17 at 7:31am
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And they can't get here fast enough! I picked up a second block/backplate for sli 1080ti but Micro Center wouldn't sell me two on launch day 😡. Now my brain has got in the way and said hold off and wait for next gen of card. Buuuut I'm ready for that Asus PG27UQ! By the time it comes out though (Q3 I believe) seems like Volta will probably be right around the corner.
probably true , that. sli 1080ti would still give a great experience on a 4k/144 hdr, but, sli 2080 will be at least +20% (maybe more) per card so 40-50% muh frames. then 2080ti sli should come close to filling out that monitor. We are living in great times, men!
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For those with the free game codes, which game did you choose? Both being ubisoft games, im still up in the air about a choice. They look decent enough.

I got For Honor and I'm starting to regret it. The servers have been down or ****ty since I got it. And the gameplay is pretty boring to be honest, Dark Souls 3 is way more exciting.

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What tool is required to open up the FE cooler on 1080 Ti. Pics and links would go along way.

Depending how far you're going to take it apart, get this baby. It's good to have for computers anyways and cheap.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-8-in-1-Precision-Slotted-and-Philips-Screwdriver-Set-71281H/204664388

And you'll need metric allen keys, I think 1.5mm or 2mm was needed for all the socket screws.
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Strix review :
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GTX_1080_Ti_Strix_OC/

NOT WORTH IT biggrin.gif

My biggest takeaway from this is how fast a single 1080Ti is at 1440p (my resolution), and I have another card coming tomorrow. I really need the PG27UQ to get some kind of updated release information. I wanted to move to the PG348Q, but for that kind of money, I can be nearly there with the PG27UQ.

At least when I inevitably have to disable 1 card for SLI issues, I know I'll still have an incredibly fast single card to play on.
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probably true , that. sli 1080ti would still give a great experience on a 4k/144 hdr, but, sli 2080 will be at least +20% (maybe more) per card so 40-50% muh frames. then 2080ti sli should come close to filling out that monitor. We are living in great times, men!

And then the 3080ti and so on. It's a never ending cycle.
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Ti is not stuck at 2050

Show me 1 card hitting 2100mhz... I'll wait
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Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post

With water and shunt, the FE's should be around 2100-2150 more or less.

FE cards could bring the best chips (binning)???

Just seen the TXP review in Techpowerup, and got the same 2063 MHz max when they reviewed it...

Yup. My Nvidia TXP did 2100mhz pretty much no problems. They would do 2081 in SLI when I loaned it to a buddy.

I think pretty much every chip will do 2000mhz, and great ones will nudge under 2100 (mine boost to 2083 but wont stay there)
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Show me 1 card hitting 2100mhz... I'll wait

Wipe that smug look off your face

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-1080-ti-water-cooling,4975-2.html


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also going from 2080 to 2100 will yield maybe 2 fps if you're lucky
Edited by PasK1234Xw - 3/15/17 at 7:45am
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Originally Posted by MunneY View Post

Show me 1 card hitting 2100mhz... I'll wait
Yup. My Nvidia TXP did 2100mhz pretty much no problems. They would do 2081 in SLI when I loaned it to a buddy.

I think pretty much every chip will do 2000mhz, and great ones will nudge under 2100 (mine boost to 2083 but wont stay there)

Yep, that is the average, more or less.

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Originally Posted by PasK1234Xw View Post

Wipe that smug look off your face

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-1080-ti-water-cooling,4975-2.html


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also going from 2080 to 2100 will yield maybe 2 fps if you're lucky

Lol, he just had to wait 2 minutes to get owned.
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