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Got my 1080Ti. Question: Is it only the reference cards that come in those sleek vertical boxes, or do reviewers only receive those. Was kind of surprised to see such a premium card in the old 2006-era thin cardboard box and plastic clam-shell.
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Finally!!! Got my ek waterblock but back plate not in stock. Is it ok to run stock backplate in meantime?
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Got my 1080Ti. Question: Is it only the reference cards that come in those sleek vertical boxes, or do reviewers only receive those. Was kind of surprised to see such a premium card in the old 2006-era thin cardboard box and plastic clam-shell.

Yea, only Nvidia reference come in the vertical box
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Folding on 2062 at 1.000V. 100% fan 58'C.

Will test higher later. I think will do easily 2100 under water.
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I've reverted to the previous driver. This driver won't let my card down clock to 135mhz at desktop. Just makes it sit idling at ˜1500mhz 60w TDP. I'm at 144hz on a PG278Q.

The old driver at least allowed the card to down clock at 144hz with gsync enabled but this driver keeps it from down clocking. At least for me....

You've been warned...

I had the same problem. Turns out that NZXT CAM was the culprit. I reinstalled CAM and then reinstalled the driver and it would downclock again.

UPDATE: I restarted my computer and it was back at idling at 3D clocks. I think it is just a driver problem. I restored default driver settings and then it went back to normal idle clocks. After restoring the default driver settings, I can then change my settings back to what they were before and it will still be at normal idle clocks.
Edited by jonny30bass - 3/21/17 at 11:04am
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The latest Nvidia driver fixed my SLI issues with ME:A... now I'm getting constant 60 fps at 7680x1440! I was pissed there for a second...
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Finally!!! Got my ek waterblock but back plate not in stock. Is it ok to run stock backplate in meantime?

Yea it is. Only crappy thing is you'll more than likely have to drain your loop to put the back plate on. Best to hold out till it gets in. Unless if you very tiny hands and a very small phillips.
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Finally!!! Got my ek waterblock but back plate not in stock. Is it ok to run stock backplate in meantime?

No problem at all since your backplate is all about visuals, a backplate dont provide cooling. thumb.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1359650/gpu-backplate
Edited by Bilie - 3/21/17 at 11:11am
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Got my 1080 Ti last Thursday. Been doing some testing. My max stable OC seems to be +135 on the core and +500 on the mem. It runs rather hot though. Max temp at around 74C with 84% fan speed. Here is my best Firestrike bench with my max stable OC: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12071359
Edited by jonny30bass - 3/21/17 at 11:37am
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Finally!!! Got my ek waterblock but back plate not in stock. Is it ok to run stock backplate in meantime?

 

I run the stock backplate, the EK backplate is such a waste of money unless you absolutely have to have the aesthetics lol.

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