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Super sampling is a massive waste of performance. Buy more pixels or go home wink.gif
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Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post

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?

The voltages were not locked at 1.2V. The BIOS allows the card to run up to 1.2V, but only if you crank the voltage slider and setup a very particular style of VF curve. The BIOS runs normal voltages unless you go out of your way to make it run above that. Most people found that running higher voltages didn't help their overclocks whatsoever and ran this BIOS at regular voltage levels.
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post #1713 of 10408
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Super sampling is a massive waste of performance.

Depends completely on your personal preferences. I personally hate the slightest sign of aliasing. Super sampling (besides others like DSR) is one of the great features to effectively get rid of aliasing. More potential for anti-aliasing is by far my main reason to invest so much in GPUs.

Other people don't care about jaggies but need 200fps. To each his own wink.gif
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Just thought I would check in with Slack. On my 1080ti with the Kryonaut at 40% fan and the card on idle the ambient temp and gpu temps are the exact same. Put a good load on the gpu (118% power) temp goes to 70C with 75% fan. So a little better than stock paste I am guessing.
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post #1715 of 10408
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I'm surprised you guys aren't talking more about power limit. That has been the bain of the Titan X Pascal since launch, and the 1080Ti has the same power limit. I think most of you will find that once you water cool, you will still see a lot of downclocking due to power limit. It will only be the custom 1080Ti's with a higher power limit that can sustain clocks between 2100-2200MHz unless a bios mod can solve it?

Hi. This is certainly my experience. Just fitted the EKWB and ran through the first set of benches. At +175 core, +500 mem the highest it wants to sustain over a given run is 2063Mhz on the core. Dont really see power exceed 112%, I assume there's a backstop within pascal to operate within its own thermal limits despite what the setting is in afterburner.

That being said, it pegs at 2063 and peaks at 41deg on the diode, all in relative silence.

On the plus side, I have this thing for VR, which is notorious for GPU utilization < 100%, so the core speeds should hit target without running afoul of pascal's power limit.
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post #1716 of 10408
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Originally Posted by Blackclad View Post

MSI 1080ti

Motherboard: ASUS Maximus IX Code
RAM: 32G Dominator Pro 3200mhz
Processor: i7-7700k (stock) have not messed much with overclocking yet and recently cleared CMOS for good measure (latest BIOS)
PSU: Corsair RM850i
Cooler: Kraken 62
Case: Phanteks Eclipse P400s
Monitor: ROG Swift

This is a new build, all I havve done is set my RAM to XMP. No overclock (I'm at 4.2)

I ran 3D Mark FS and got a score of around 13000, also my card has god awful coil whine. BF1 Ultra gives me ~65 FPS, Wildlands ~50FPS, WoW even dips down to 40FPS at times. I can't seem to find the problem.

I have:
Reinstalled Chipset
DDU->Clean install 3 times now
Disconnected the card, checked all connections, reinstalled card
Switched to other PCI Slot
Switched monitor connections

BF1 for example, using CAM, GPU is ~100% with temps hovering at 84C

Newegg has sent me a label for RMA, but before I send it on it's way I wanted to run this all by you guys, see if I'm missing something.

What is your CPU usage like in those games? That is way too low for BF1 and I'm assuming you're at 1440p based on the Swift. I'm at the same resolution and average about 130fps on Ultra. I do have a 6 core processor at 4.5ghz, but overall your machine is much newer than mine.

I'd monitor your CPU and GPU usage and see what it's like during gaming. Do you have VSYNC on?
post #1717 of 10408
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Originally Posted by BrainSplatter View Post

Depends completely on your personal preferences. I personally hate the slightest sign of aliasing. Super sampling (besides others like DSR) is one of the great features to effectively get rid of aliasing. More potential for anti-aliasing is by far my main reason to invest so much in GPUs.

Other people don't care about jaggies but need 200fps. To each his own wink.gif


There are plenty of anti aliasing / post processing methods that don't obliterate performance, and do an acceptable job. If you want to use SSAA, then arguably you'd be better off with a higher resolution panel in the first place, which would give you better results.
post #1718 of 10408
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

There are plenty of anti aliasing / post processing methods that don't obliterate performance, and do an acceptable job. If you want to use SSAA, then arguably you'd be better off with a higher resolution panel in the first place, which would give you better results.

Yes, this is known.

I literally just went and decided to check every box to see where performance would be on SLI 1080tis. Overkill was the point.
post #1719 of 10408
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Originally Posted by Biggu View Post

I dont know about the active one since you will need to replace the outlet of the block with the one that comes with it however the passive one (which I got) should work no problems.
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I will know tomorrow for sure. I ordered Watercool HEATKILLER® IV for TITAN X (Pascal) - ACETAL Nickel-BL and Aquacomputer backplate for kryographics Pascal NVIDIA TITAN X, passive for mine




So for those still looking, this backplate DOES NOT workwith the heatkiller IV block. the holes line up however the screws are the wrong size and not long enough.
post #1720 of 10408
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Originally Posted by Tonza View Post

Gamernexus has 1080Ti FE AIO build log, they put EVGA hybrid cooler to the stock shroud and it makes contact.

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Originally Posted by SperVxo View Post

If you have the Evga AIO it will work fine. But it seems like if you have Corsair or NZXT or whatever you will nee a copper shim?

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Originally Posted by THE_WITCHER(TM) View Post

B
Yes you can just saw a video on YouTube by Gamers Nexus look it up however I just did my card with an evga hybrid 1080 kit and all I have to do is cut a square piece for the power plugs and a little piece for a power capacitor to make the evga Shroud fit and it's perfect max temp on 3D mark batman or rise 43c it auto boost to 1890mhz also no noise.

The EVGA Hybrid has a circle that sticks out in the middle, so it seems like it would go down into the square where the GPU sits.

The Arctic Cooling Accelero Hybrid that I have, is completely flat.

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