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post #1691 of 10809
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Originally Posted by MURDoctrine View Post

That isn't suppose to be green. Its supposed to look identical to the kill cam footage.

I see, sorry, I don't play much overwatch. rolleyes.gif

What're your load temps like? I've noticed that different max oc's are possible wither better cooling thus resulting in higher sustained clocks and increased stability. I'd try cracking the fan to 100% and playing to see if it happens again, if it doesn't you know that it was the heat that caused it. If it happens again with the fam going 100% I'd lower that mem offset to say 400-475 or so to see if it fixes it.
post #1692 of 10809
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

I see, sorry, I don't play much overwatch. rolleyes.gif

What're your load temps like? I've noticed that different max oc's are possible wither better cooling thus resulting in higher sustained clocks and increased stability. I'd try cracking the fan to 100% and playing to see if it happens again, if it doesn't you know that it was the heat that caused it. If it happens again with the fam going 100% I'd lower that mem offset to say 400-475 or so to see if it fixes it.

I hit 74C max during that session as I have a pretty aggressive fan curve setup. Ambient is probably ~24C. I'm just trying to figure it out as I've never seen anything like that before. No worries as the card will be under water soon enough and thermals won't be an issue anymore.
post #1693 of 10809
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Originally Posted by MURDoctrine View Post

I hit 74C max during that session as I have a pretty aggressive fan curve setup. Ambient is probably ~24C. I'm just trying to figure it out as I've never seen anything like that before. No worries as the card will be under water soon enough and thermals won't be an issue anymore.

I noticed some green artifacts in Mass Effect once I hit ~70c, lowered off sets, pumped up the fan and it's gone. Hoping you have a similar experience when your card is under water. thumb.gif
post #1694 of 10809
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

I noticed some green artifacts in Mass Effect once I hit ~70c, lowered off sets, pumped up the fan and it's gone. Hoping you have a similar experience when your card is under water. thumb.gif

Yeah just did some more testing. It was the mem that was causing it. Did it again after a few minutes then tried it at +475 and it seems fine. Thanks.thumb.gif
post #1695 of 10809
I'm using a 4770k @ 4.2ghz [ht enabled] alongside my newly acquired palit 1080ti fe.

Running Forza 3 I see massive frame dips down to 40s when I'm passing shops in the city.
Before I upgraded to this 1080ti, I was running a 980ti, overclocked, and she had no issues running this game at high settings with occasional dips to 55fps, but this 1080ti, with the same preset, is dropping to 40s.

980ti, high settings, 720p - 4k, city areas, drops to 50's
1080ti, high settings, 720p - 4k, city areas, drops to 40's

Same cpu speed for both cards. 1080ti has an aggressive fan curve so doesn't run past 70c in gameplay.

I messed around with the graphics in Forza and resolutions, running at stock (1440p) and pushing it up to 4k and down to 720p, there is minimal difference in fps for those areas affected in gameplay. I also cranked Forza to ultra and the fps doesn't move much. What's worrying is, 1080ti usage sits below 70 per cent, and downclocks itself as it's not being fully utilized.

Even running Forza 3 on low preset i get fps dips under 60fps with the 1080ti @ 1440p.

I've tried a few things people have mentioned, such as, disabling cores, priority etc to no avail.

I've reinstalled the latest driver countless times using ddu [setup as a clean card in safe mode] so I'm not seeing a driver issue I don't think.

Is the 4770k @ 4.2ghz to blame? Is it not playing nicely with the 1080ti?
Edited by fluidzoverclock - 3/17/17 at 2:34am
post #1696 of 10809
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Originally Posted by fluidzoverclock View Post

I'm using a 4770k @ 4.2ghz [ht enabled] alongside my newly acquired palit 1080ti fe.

Running Forza 3 I see massive frame dips down to 40s when I'm passing shops in the city.
Before I upgraded to this 1080ti, I was running a 980ti, overclocked, and she had no issues running this game at high settings with occasional dips to 55fps, but this 1080ti, with the same preset, is dropping to 40s.

980ti, high settings, 720p - 4k, city areas, drops to 50's
1080ti, high settings, 720p - 4k, city areas, drops to 40's

Same cpu speed for both cards. 1080ti has an aggressive fan curve so doesn't run past 70c in gameplay.

I messed around with the graphics in Forza and resolutions, running at stock (1440p) and pushing it up to 4k and down to 720p, there is minimal difference in fps for those areas affected in gameplay. I also cranked Forza to ultra and the fps doesn't move much. What's worrying is, 1080ti usage sits below 70 per cent, and downclocks itself as it's not being fully utilized.

Even running Forza 3 on low preset i get fps dips under 60fps with the 1080ti @ 1440p.

I've tried a few things people have mentioned, such as, disabling cores, priority etc to no avail.

I've reinstalled the latest driver countless times using ddu [setup as a clean card in safe mode] so I'm not seeing a driver issue I don't think.

Is the 4770k @ 4.2ghz to blame? Is it not playing nicely with the 1080ti?

I have no issues running Forza 3. I used to get dips in the town on the north east of the map I think but that is a known issue. I don't get them anymore with the 1080 Ti. Have you tried any other games to see if you get poor performance?
post #1697 of 10809
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Originally Posted by fluidzoverclock View Post

I'm using a 4770k @ 4.2ghz [ht enabled] alongside my newly acquired palit 1080ti fe.

Running Forza 3 I see massive frame dips down to 40s when I'm passing shops in the city.
Before I upgraded to this 1080ti, I was running a 980ti, overclocked, and she had no issues running this game at high settings with occasional dips to 55fps, but this 1080ti, with the same preset, is dropping to 40s.

980ti, high settings, 720p - 4k, city areas, drops to 50's
1080ti, high settings, 720p - 4k, city areas, drops to 40's

Same cpu speed for both cards. 1080ti has an aggressive fan curve so doesn't run past 70c in gameplay.

I messed around with the graphics in Forza and resolutions, running at stock (1440p) and pushing it up to 4k and down to 720p, there is minimal difference in fps for those areas affected in gameplay. I also cranked Forza to ultra and the fps doesn't move much. What's worrying is, 1080ti usage sits below 70 per cent, and downclocks itself as it's not being fully utilized.

Even running Forza 3 on low preset i get fps dips under 60fps with the 1080ti @ 1440p.

I've tried a few things people have mentioned, such as, disabling cores, priority etc to no avail.

I've reinstalled the latest driver countless times using ddu [setup as a clean card in safe mode] so I'm not seeing a driver issue I don't think.

Is the 4770k @ 4.2ghz to blame? Is it not playing nicely with the 1080ti?

This is def an issue with the game. I have a 4770k @4.5ghz and have similar issues. My CPU never really went above 60% utilization even when I went to the city and had dips down to mid 40s at times. Micro$oft thought, "Hey lets combat piracy by encoding everything!" so I think that is the main issue we are experiencing. I have my game on a 1TB HDD so I attribute the poor performance to that.

*EDIT*
Forgot to mention I'm running it at 1080p.
Edited by MURDoctrine - 3/17/17 at 3:22am
post #1698 of 10809
So what sorts of overclocks are you guys getting ?
So far i'm @ 2039 which is +150 on the core and +200 on memory but I'm hoping to push it further over the weekend.
Also I see few people decided to get 1080Ti SLI, I did the same thing but after testing them I decided to return one, most of the games have no SLI support, bad or broken SLI or negative performance impact.
I think the only game that worked well was GTA V but that's not enough of a reason to keep a £700 card.
It's things like that made me ditch SLI for single 1080Ti, SLI support is so bad nowdays it's pointless to use it, complete waste of money.
And that comes from someone who used SLI for a decade with every Nvidia generation starting 9800GX2
SLI support has been up and down throughout the years but I was always able to justify it, until now.
Influx of DX12 games that mostly do not support SLI and generally crap support killed it for me.
I hope this changes and SLI will make a comeback or it's going to be replaced with some new multi GPU tech but for now it's just a waste of money.
Edited by RobotDevil666 - 3/17/17 at 3:26am
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post #1699 of 10809
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Battlefield 1 was a nice welcome back to SLI. Flickering problems all over the place.

Loaded up Rise of the Tomb Raider. Haven't played it in months. Threw everything on Ultra including AA (SSAA 4x) and was still able to pull avg of 66 fps. Image Quality was insane. Certain games like that which I have a good SLI profile I'll activate the second card for extra eye candy, but for the majority of the time, SLI will probably be disabled. A single card is stupid fast for just about any game at 1440p.

You're running rise of the tomb raider in 4k right? kinda low fps for 1440p
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post #1700 of 10809
This thing is a monster, dat GPU score (31594). Maximum for my card seems to be +200 core (2076mhz boost) and +350mhz mem. Getting waterblock next week, so i dont need to play my cheeks flapping, this stock cooler is so loud, can feel the air flowing through my body.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12025698
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