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post #2311 of 10763
Ok. My stock 1080 Ti reference not passing 3dmark fire strike stress test. Time to RMA? 83-84 temps

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post #2312 of 10763
Ouch, that's some bad luck - hopefully they have stock available wherever you bought from to fulfill the RMA. redface.gif
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Ok. My stock 1080 Ti reference not passing 3dmark fire strike stress test. Time to RMA? 83-84 temps


seems that's how the test is supposed to work.. I guess it is the throttling. What speed is it running? Manually set the fan to 65% or higher.

https://www.futuremark.com/pressreleases/check-your-pcs-stability-with-new-3dmark-stress-tests
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After running a 3DMark Stress Test, you will see your system’s Frame Rate Stability score. A high score means your PC's performance under load is stable and consistent. To pass the test, your system must complete all loops with a Frame Rate Stability of at least 97%. For more details, please read our 3DMark Technical Guide.

In the example below, you can see that the system failed the test because its average frame rate dropped from 59 FPS to 51 FPS after the GPU reached its peak temperature. 3DMark shows that the system was not able to maintain a consistent level of performance under load. It had throttled down its performance when hot, suggesting that better cooling may be needed.

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Clocks are 1700-1850 in test.
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It is a chambered system you run the N2O through the heat exchanger to drop the temps of the water in your loop. You can also use CO2 which would be a lot cheaper.
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Hold a can of compressed air upside down and spray into your rad ; Cheaper and fun to watch the frost lmao Just dont breathe too much
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Hold a can of compressed air upside down and spray into your rad ; Cheaper and fun to watch the frost lmao Just dont breathe too much

I think we have all done that. lol
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post #2317 of 10763
So how do you guys apply your overclocks at start-up?

in the past if I didn't want to mod the bios I would just create NVI shortcut and put that in the start-up folder

that was with Windows 7 doesn't seem to work with Windows 10
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So how do you guys apply your overclocks at start-up?

in the past if I didn't want to mod the bios I would just create NVI shortcut and put that in the start-up folder

that was with Windows 7 doesn't seem to work with Windows 10

Use MSI Afterburner.
post #2319 of 10763
Guys listen. When i am starting fire strike stress test i am on 1850 mhz core. But when temps hits 83C i am on 1700-1750mhz and result is 95% and said is FIRE STRIKE STRESS TEST FAILER. Should i rma card or not?
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Guys listen. When i am starting fire strike stress test i am on 1850 mhz core. But when temps hits 83C i am on 1700-1750mhz and result is 95% and said is FIRE STRIKE STRESS TEST FAILER. Should i rma card or not?

Are you not using a custom fan profile? I never go above 70-75C with mine and the Firestrike stress test determines that percentage based on how the frame drop from the first test. Since you are hitting the 70+ thermal throttling for GPU boost 3.0 you are going to get worse frames the higher the temps go. That is more than likely why your score is that bad. Try ~80% fan speed locked and see what it does.
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