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post #1521 of 10755
So, it looks like LN2 BIOses were publicly available for the GTX 1080 and the power limits were removed completely. However, the voltages were locked at a rather dangerous level, 1.2v+. When custom models of the Ti come out, this is probably the best option (besides a fully custom BIOS) to eliminate power throttling if an LN2 BIOS is made available. I would think 1.2v on water is doable?
 
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Hello, I'm trying to decide if I should get 1080 Ti or TXP for gaming 4k and higher with WC. I hear TXP is better for 5k and higher but 1080 Ti just set a new 3dmark record

http://www.pcgamer.com/geforce-gtx-1080-ti-overclocked-to-25ghz-on-sets-world-record/

So what do you guys think?
Get the 1080 Ti, no reason to buy Titan now.
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post #1523 of 10755
Is the GPU on this at a lower level than the black part that cools the VRAM?

Got an Arctic Cooling Hybrid unit and thinking about getting this, but worried the cooler might stop on the VRAM cooler before it touches the GPU.

If i need a copper shim I'd probably wait for a different version. smile.gif
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Get the 1080 Ti, no reason to buy Titan now.

But what about the claim that TXP is better for 5k and higher? I also read in this thread that TXP is better for OC? But if that's true, how did 1080 Ti beat the TXP record, I'm confused.
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So what games are ppl playing with their fancy super duper fast card?

Battlefield 1
Mass Effect Andromeda trial

Heaven

Got Witcher 3, Rise of TR, and every other major AAA release on my HDD. Not enough time in the day.
post #1526 of 10755
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But what about the claim that TXP is better for 5k and higher? I also read in this thread that TXP is better for OC? But if that's true, how did 1080 Ti beat the TXP record, I'm confused.

Are you gaming at 5k or higher? If so, you probably have the money where it doesn't matter. If you are not, the claims don't matter.

As for the claims themselves... proof.gif
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But what about the claim that TXP is better for 5k and higher? I also read in this thread that TXP is better for OC? But if that's true, how did 1080 Ti beat the TXP record, I'm confused.

LN2 all normal rules go out the window.

Right now does seem some TXP's can get a notch over 2100 mhz under water whole most 1080Ti's are hitting a brick wall around there. 1080Ti on the other hand can clock higher on the memory to make up the deficit somewhat. Overall performance under water may go in favor of the TXP by a whisker but its all very much silicon lottery.

Also don't see why such two cards which for all intents and purposes have the same performance would all of a sudden make the TXP amazing at 5k and and the 1080Ti a worse choice, Real world performance will be a few % away from one another depending on clock. But would be happy to be proven wrong. smile.gif
     
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But what about the claim that TXP is better for 5k and higher? I also read in this thread that TXP is better for OC? But if that's true, how did 1080 Ti beat the TXP record, I'm confused.
I own both these gpu's, and I cannot distinguish a difference between them in a gaming enviroment.
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post #1529 of 10755
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So, it looks like LN2 BIOses were publicly available for the GTX 1080 and the power limits were removed completely. However, the voltages were locked at a rather dangerous level, 1.2v+. When custom models of the Ti come out, this is probably the best option (besides a fully custom BIOS) to eliminate power throttling if an LN2 BIOS is made available. I would think 1.2v on water is doable?


https://xdevs.com/guide/pascal_oc/


This also brings and answer to the question if overvolting can help OC on aircooling or watercooling. It does not help, due to thermal, which get only worse. Higher temperature render stability and performance decrease. GPU literally overheats and cannot run high frequency anymore, even though temperature is below specified maximum temperature +94°C. Think of it as temperature to frequency dependency, all the way down from +94°C to -196°C, with slope around 100MHz every 50°C. So just like in 980/980Ti/TitanX case, over-voltage on aircooling/watercooling is not recommended, as it gains little if any performance improvement.
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Hold 2100 mhz half of valley bench.

Cant hold it bc of the temp reach 70c half way but the most important its that didn't crash and goes all the way to the end. With a waterblock will hold 2100mhz 100%.


Some people just don't get it or they just jealous and find excuse or seeking proof. Pathetic in my opinion.

You are simply regurgitating your own delusion hoping that people buy in?

You're the one pathetic trying to claim an overclock that is not stable. You can claim 2100 when you can actually hold 2100. Until then you appear to be pandering to your on delusion.

Having your card touch 2100 and maintain 2100 are worlds appart.

This card,



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

Like yours, cannot claim a 2100 OC. Thats why they make it clear to point out that the card throttled to clear that assumption. All that area under the curve missing at each one of those throttle stops is from the card not actually running 2100. I bet your card would not throttle at 1800-2000, but you're not even showing that. What else is there to talk about.

Fix your 2100 before you claim it. That's all you're being asked of. Otherwise stop pretending.

There is no telling that had your card stayed at 2100 wether it would have crashed trying to sustain that clock, throttled due to TDP or else.

A working OC should like this.



Until you show something remotely similar vs just momentary boost to 2100 stop.

When you get there you can enjoy all the props you want but until then you're just pretending.
Edited by KraxKill - 3/16/17 at 8:47am
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