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Sign me up biggrin.gif got these bad boys today, replacing two gigabyte 1070 g1's with ekwb blocks, so now have to sell those with same upgrade doing to these new ones... but im getting my ek blocks 2morrow and already have the cool lab liquid metal plus Fuji poly 17km/w to go with..just have to mod the HB bridge for the ek blocks. Plus going to eventually do some hw mods on them also, so they should go great with the rest of system I'm trying to finish up. I'll try to keep at log if I can.
Edited by havoc315 - 3/23/17 at 8:22pm
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Hi all,


Just got my two cards, wondering if this score is normal?

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12092742
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Originally Posted by c0nsistent View Post

At least you aren't like me... I have a 1070 I'm using to drive a QNIX 1440p 120hz display. Ordered a 1080 Ti thinking I could drive it with the adapter I have... nope. Now I'm waiting for a DL-DVI to DP adapter, a new monitor, or an aftermarket 1080 Ti...

The display port to dvi adapter that came with the card didn't work?
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I need some real help here. I have a Corsair H55 mounted to my 1080 Ti FE. It gets max temperatures of 58 and I'm at +175 on the core (2050 Mhz). But sometimes temperatures will go to 60C and I will throttle to 2038 Mhz. This is with fans at 2000 RPMs.

I'm debating about getting a Kraken x41. Besides lowering fan noise, I might be able to get my temperatures down to 45C to 50C. But is it worth it? At +175, what will my core boost to if I can get temperatures at 52C lets so. I don't get the math with Boost 3.0.

Any help and advice would be appreciated.
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It's all about available bandwidth. HDMI 2.0 and Displayport 1.2 have roughly the same bandwidth. 4K 60hz is the limit, with 3440 x 1440, 100hz is the limit, with 3840 x 1600, 75 hz is the limit. From there you may add HDR and stuff, but you can't squeeze much more than that.

3440 x 1440 at 144 hz would likely require displayport 1.4 or HDMI 2.1, with HDMI 2.1 being a massive increase in bandwidth. Adoption of it will mean fast rise is monitor tech. Keep in mind the current geforce 1080ti doesn't support it, and Vega will likely not as well. So, for the forseable future, the choices will be one of those three resolutions, OR do what is already done and that is reduce resolution in order to increase the refresh rate on some of these other gaming monitors. The 2nd option is to do like they do in 5K monitors and that is allow the stitching of imagings into one screen by allowing you to plug in two HDMI or displayport to one screen in order to increase the bandwidth.

Interesting. So can a 4K@ 60 monitor produce higher refresh rate at a lower resolution? not familiar with cable bandwidth.
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I don't know what the comparative performance of these cards should be but from what you've said we could possibly conclude that your results are about as expected.

If 980 Ti = 780 Ti +10%

we could suppose that 980 Ti SLI = 780 Ti SLI + 10%

We know that that the 1080 Ti is roughly equivalent to 980 Ti SLI so we can then say

1080 Ti = 780 Ti SLI +10%

Which would be about in line with what you're seeing.

This could all be a steaming pile in the real world so I'm happy to be corrected thumb.gif
I've seen so many benchmarks in the past years that I might have hyped my expectations.

example http://www.overclock.net/t/1601896/overclockersclub-overclock-showdown-gtx-980ti-vs-gtx-1070-vs-gtx-1080
1440P overclocked:
GTX 1070 is 3% faster than GTX 980Ti
GTX 1080 is 23% faster than GTX 980Ti

I remember not picking up 980 Ti because it was in many scenarios that 5-20% performance increase. Worst case a few fps, best case a noticeable difference, and of course the DX12 marketing.

examples firestrike http://www.overclock.net/t/1406832/single-gpu-fire-strike-top-30 and firestrike extreme http://www.overclock.net/t/1443196/fire-strike-extreme-top-30
Looking at firestrike scores in the benchmark sections I see to a 20-25%+ improvement on the 980Ti.
Then another 20-25% for 1080 to 980Ti
Last 20-25% for Titan XP to 1080
The extreme scores are is very similar

I'm trying to understand how in this large gap of architectural improvements over 2 generations that a SLI 780 Ti is putting up the scores close to this 1080 Ti. Could it be another 50mhz will make 5-10% out of this card? Something just doesn't seem right with my numbers, maybe the custom 780Ti's are very strong and still capable or the reference 1080 Ti design is really held back with it's power draw?
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Originally Posted by powerincarnate View Post


It's all about available bandwidth. HDMI 2.0 and Displayport 1.2 have roughly the same bandwidth. 4K 60hz is the limit, with 3440 x 1440, 100hz is the limit, with 3840 x 1600, 75 hz is the limit. From there you may add HDR and stuff, but you can't squeeze much more than that.

3440 x 1440 at 144 hz would likely require displayport 1.4 or HDMI 2.1, with HDMI 2.1 being a massive increase in bandwidth. Adoption of it will mean fast rise is monitor tech. Keep in mind the current geforce 1080ti doesn't support it, and Vega will likely not as well. So, for the forseable future, the choices will be one of those three resolutions, OR do what is already done and that is reduce resolution in order to increase the refresh rate on some of these other gaming monitors. The 2nd option is to do like they do in 5K monitors and that is allow the stitching of imagings into one screen by allowing you to plug in two HDMI or displayport to one screen in order to increase the bandwidth.
all true. except that you dont seem to realize we have DP1.4 right now on these 1080Ti. 7680x4320@60Hz (Digital)
Edited by Slackaveli - 3/23/17 at 9:33pm
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post #2459 of 10417
Guys, like others have stated i had a hot weird smell coming from the card - its not noticeable at all, sometimes you just forget about it. Anyway, I was only able to notice it after my friend who was standing next to the PC smelled something. It doesn't exactly smell like a burning smell but, its more of a hot hair dryer smell. This only happens when the card hits 84c+ The smell was present initially and i haven't smelled it since, especially after setting up a custom fan profile. I contacted nvidia about it, and they told me to see how it is for the next few days and if the smell gets worse etc - they'll rma it.

I honestly don't want to take the risk of RMAing this card, especially after the fact that its out of stock virtually everywhere in the planet. If i send them the card - it'll take a good 1-2 months before i get it back on my hands. Well anyway, like others have said I don't notice the smell anymore and it was like the first few days kind of smell. But yeah, the closest smell i can describe this card to would be a hot hair dryer or some radiator etc. Maybe its a hot smell? This is especially true for those with cool air temperatures - as a peak in high temperature difference i.e hot air - becomes increasingly easier to smell in a colder room than a room that is hot or normal temperature. If more of you who has this issue, contact me personally - i want to discuss a little more about this.
post #2460 of 10417
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

I need some real help here. I have a Corsair H55 mounted to my 1080 Ti FE. It gets max temperatures of 58 and I'm at +175 on the core (2050 Mhz). But sometimes temperatures will go to 60C and I will throttle to 2038 Mhz. This is with fans at 2000 RPMs.

I'm debating about getting a Kraken x41. Besides lowering fan noise, I might be able to get my temperatures down to 45C to 50C. But is it worth it? At +175, what will my core boost to if I can get temperatures at 52C lets so. I don't get the math with Boost 3.0.

Any help and advice would be appreciated.

Your card throttles back not only when the temperatures are high, but also your gpu power usage. Is it going above 100%? (or if you set 120% limit) - it will throttle back by lowering the clock speeds.
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