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post #1441 of 10750
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Originally Posted by KraxKill View Post

I can spin Valley pegged at 2100, but can you do Heaven? Please post GPU-Z graph over time. Otherwise we're all gonna be suspect.

Like this...



http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12007457

Lol.. im not that kind of guy you think but yes here are the proof you looking wink.gif

Graphic score are low bc of mem light overclock but working on it.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18620560? 2100mhz core on 3d mark




Edited by pompss - 3/15/17 at 9:11pm
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Personally, I think everything is a bit overzealous on the boost clocks. If I set everything to 75c max temp, with 50% fan, the boost clock is still about 1800mhz steady. I can live with a few less FPS in exchange for lower fan speeds and temps.

I would rather have a card at a solid 1800 and not throttling like a nerd with a weed whacker. It's a ton better than some momentary boost wonder most people claim as an "overclock". Not to mention the executive throttling and frame judder that goes with excessive bin hopping.
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Nice clocks! thumb.gif Will be awaiting WC results.

Was a memory OC with that as well?

thanks

mem was not . working on it right now
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Lol.. im not that kind of guy you think but yes here are the proof you looking wink.gif

Graphic score are low bc of mem light overclock but working on it.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18620560? 2100mhz core on 3d mark




That GPU graph is impossible to see. But from what you posted you did not sustain 2100+ Grab just the GPU-Z graph for your screen shot. It appears that your clock was at 2100 for a moment but downclocked? Unless the top of the graph is 2200+.



Check you log file. Run heaven. Good luck.
Edited by KraxKill - 3/15/17 at 9:20pm
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

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Superior how exactly? It's nearly double the price for 1gb more of VRAM. the VRAM is also slower.
Yes TXP has more ROPs but the stock Ti beats it 8/10 and will beat it 10/10 with a modest overclock that any Ti should be able to do. rolleyes.gif

Before you jump to conclusions I am not trashing the 1080Ti. But don't underestimate the TXP. Before I answer your question I would like to know if you have any experience with overclocking the TXP, and if so does that include a SLI system under water?

If you have experience overclocking the TXP then you would know that it is very easy to overclock the VRAM past the point where it improves frame rates and performance. The improved memory speeds compared to the TXP melt away the more you overclock.

The advantage of the 1080Ti which is a direct quote from pcgamesn.com
"he new 7-phase dual-FET design spreads the power load more than the Titan X and allows for less power leakage (realised in GPU terms as heat) and a cleaner supply of juice. This is partly how Nvidia have been able to ship the standard GTX 1080 Ti cards with a higher out-of-the-box boost clock than the Titan X."

So Nvidia essentially improved the cards power distribution and improved memory speeds in order to match the TXP's performance while at the same time cutting ROPS, 96 to 88, and cutting the l2 cache 3072 to 2816.

the thermal threshold of the chip has actually been lowered from its Titan X days. The Titan X will only start throttling its chip when the silicon tops 94°C, while the GTX 1080 Ti will start reining in its GPU at 91°C. So for those people who like to push their cards to the limit means less ability to overclock.

So back to your question. Why is the TXP superior? If your under water and pushing very high resolutions 5K or greater the TXP is better equipped.

Now for people who do not overclock, water cool, or already own a TXP, the answer is simple.
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That GPU graph is impossible to see. But from what you posted you did not sustain 2100+ Grab just the GPU-Z graph for your screen shot. It appears that your clock was at 2100 for a moment but downclocked? Unless the top of the graph is 2200+.

Dude just copy the link of the image and add it to another windows you will see it big.
In 3d mark the core was min 2075mhz to 2113 mhz max.

Follow this link see if you can reach 2100mhz in 3d mark with your card.

good luck to you thumb.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18620771?
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That GPU graph is impossible to see. But from what you posted you did not sustain 2100+ Grab just the GPU-Z graph for your screen shot. It appears that your clock was at 2100 for a moment but downclocked? Unless the top of the graph is 2200+.



This is what a solid core clock looks like..

Check you log file. Run heaven. Good luck.
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Originally Posted by pompss View Post

Dude just copy the link of the image and add it to another windows you will see it big.
In 3d mark the core was min 2075mhz to 2113 mhz max.

Follow this link see if you can reach 2100mhz in 3d mark with your card.

good luck to you thumb.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18620771?

You gotta sustain 2100 to say you got 2100 in my book. But if you're calling that good more power to you. Loop heaven now. Good luck lol

This is what a sustained clock graph looks like. If you're going to claim to be the first 2100 OC lets see some proof. And more power to you if you got there.


Edited by KraxKill - 3/15/17 at 9:29pm
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You gotta sustain 2100 to say you got 2100 in my book. But if you're calling that good more power to you. Loop heaven now. Good luck lol

Lets see if you can get 3d mark score with the link that show 2100mhz.

Then come back and we can talk

Good night !!
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Picked one card up for now. I don't think I will SLI FE cards. One card sound starts to bother me a bit once it goes past 55% fan speed. Normally stays at 48% fan w/ 84 C max load temps. Pisses the crap out of me since I see it throttle down to like 1800 clocks. Will test some more.
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Originally Posted by pompss View Post

Lets see if you can get 3d mark score with the link that show 2100mhz. 3d mark link its my proof i dont need to show nothing

2100 mhz on the core wall broken thats it. All to the end. Bum!!!! wink.gif

Have good night !

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18620771?

You gotta sustain 2100 to say you got 2100 in my book. But if you're calling that good more power to you. Loop heaven now. Good luck lol

If you're going to claim to be the first 2100 OC, "wall broken" and such lets see some proof. And more power to you if you got there.

But for now it's a momentary boost clock you're displaying until you can show a sustained boost graph. I have serious doubts it's possible at those temps you're seeing. I've been proven wrong before.

Congrats on an awesome OC either way.

This is what a sustained clock graph should look like looping heaven.


Edited by KraxKill - 3/15/17 at 9:38pm
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