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My SLI of 1080Ti

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Hi, I snagged a couple NVIDIA FE's and I can't seem to get any software that lets me increase voltage or Power above 120. They're under water so it kind of blows. Anyone have any luck?
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Hi, I snagged a couple NVIDIA FE's and I can't seem to get any software that lets me increase voltage or Power above 120. They're under water so it kind of blows. Anyone have any luck?
Nope.

Try to undervolt? They won't hit the power limit. My card is at 2050/500+ on mem at 1.000V. Max TPD I've hit is 90% under full usage.
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WTH?? A $200 tax? Damn!
Third-party reseller (read: scalper) on newegg.
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So I was changing the thermal paste just cause I was bored. Made a slight difference. 2-4c but what I really wanted to check was the copper shim size for an aio cooler. The gpu is 25x20mm and the thickness of that should be 2mm. That is the measurement from the square metal protection around the gpu up to the top of the stock cooler plate. And the gpu and that metal protection should be the same height so you don't overtighten the screws? I seen some say 1.5mm but that should leave a gap of 0.5mm?

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post #2367 of 10593
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Nope.

Try to undervolt? They won't hit the power limit. My card is at 2050/500+ on mem at 1.000V. Max TPD I've hit is 90% under full usage.

Does this give you a more stable overclock? My card is watercooled if that's relevant.
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My is aswell. EK WB. Have not tested much. But my clocks is at least stable.
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

Nope.

Try to undervolt? They won't hit the power limit. My card is at 2050/500+ on mem at 1.000V. Max TPD I've hit is 90% under full usage.

Mine did 115-120% power at 2025 after 5 hours. No not undervolt. Just trying to overclock higher. Only hit 42c after 5 hours so I should have a boat load of head room. Is there not bios unlock on Pascal or even voltage/power unlock via software?
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Mine did 115-120% power at 2025 after 5 hours. No not undervolt. Just trying to overclock higher. Only hit 42c after 5 hours so I should have a boat load of head room. Is there not bios unlock on Pascal or even voltage/power unlock via software?
Sadly not.. This is not the 780 Classified era :/
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