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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?

Someone has already answered you. 83/84 degrees is a normal temp for a FE GTX 1080Ti (and most Nvidia cards) they will all go to that temp then maintain a boost that will keep it at those temps. You initial boost clock speed of 1850 mhz is when the card is cool. By the time your hit 83/84 degrees it will drop the boost which corresponds with you seeing 1700-1750 mhz or so on the stock fan profile. So the card is behaving as expected.

The frame rate stability is likely just highlighting that the drop down in mhz is possibly affecting frames. In reality this is a Non-Issue as after the initial high mhz clock speed, it will drop down and maintain a particular range. If you really want to stabilise things, up the fan curve so it will stay around the 1850mhz.
     
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Yes i am using stock fan settings and no oc.
When temps hits 83C core clock is 1700-1750mhz.
And then 95% fail Stress test is not indicating of faulty card?
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Yes i am using stock fan settings and no oc.
When temps hits 83C core clock is 1700-1750mhz.
And then 95% fail Stress test is not indicating of faulty card?

No. It isn't a test that checks for stability. It just means you're leaving a little performance on table due to heat.

The stock fan profile for the reference card is terrible. It sacrifices performance for noise. If you want higher clocks, you need to manually set the fan with afterburner. Set the fan to 100% and you'll get a higher score.
    
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Yes i am using stock fan settings and no oc.
When temps hits 83C core clock is 1700-1750mhz.
And then 95% fail Stress test is not indicating of faulty card?

Not necessarily. The mass fluctuation of core speed may indicate instability to Fire Strike - when in actuality, the GPU is operating as intended with boost 3.0. Try opening your side panel of the computer case, and direct a big fan facing the GPU to negate air flow issues. Then run Fire Strike again while monitoring the boost clocks + temps and post results.
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1911mhz on stock on my watercooled 1080Ti. I am testing now at 2025 at 1.000V. No point in running 2075 1.0500V when I am hitting the power limit. I'd rather get max 95% TDP rather than spiking up to 125%. The power usage is noticable.
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Very happy to annouce that I can finally join the club (after waiting 2 weeks)

post #2327 of 10668
Just replaced my radiator fans with the BeQuiet! Silent Wings 3 (140mm High-Speed PWM x 2) and they're so quiet!! Not even kidding, it's amazing.

However, now I can hear my 1080 Ti's coil whine... I'll monitor it over the next few days and if it bugs me I'll be talking with EVGA. Luckily they cross-ship smile.gif
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When are we gonna get some word from Evga about the FTW3, seems like they are lagging a bit. Maybe trying to avoid the 1080 FTW debacle this time haha.
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When are we gonna get some word from Evga about the FTW3, seems like they are lagging a bit. Maybe trying to avoid the 1080 FTW debacle this time haha.
http://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=11G-P4-6696-KR
    
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When are we gonna get some word from Evga about the FTW3, seems like they are lagging a bit. Maybe trying to avoid the 1080 FTW debacle this time haha.

*Ahem*

Specs are up...

SC2 - http://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=11G-P4-6593-KR
SC Black - http://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=11G-P4-6393-KR
FTW3 - http://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=11G-P4-6696-KR
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