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I might do some frametime tests now on my Titan as I haven't looked at them before. I hold a steady 2114MHz on most games, with no power limit mods.

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Since it was ignored, Iam posting this again.

I have a question for you folks, When the non reference 1080 ti cards will arrive, I plan on playing quantum break after I get one, but can someone do a test or a little benchmark with quantum break ? I prefer to play on 1080p and everything ultra with upscaling turned off obviously and with my gtx 980 ti I get around 40 - 45 fps max, in combat scenes even below 40. Can someone do a test for me on how it plays and performs on a 1080 ti please? Thanks. Important thing is to leave the ugly muddy, blurry upscaling option turned OFF

Oh and please test mafia 3 aswell, thanks

Dude, I typed "1080 ti quantum break" into Google and OMG look at my first result!

http://www.techspot.com/review/1352-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-ti/page6.html

And oh wait, what's this? Google has results for Mafia 3 with 1080 Ti AND its the SAME ARTICLE!

http://www.techspot.com/review/1352-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-ti/page4.html

Wow, mind blowing isn't it? The power of the Google.
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It is good, some games cause it to hit the power limit too hard so it drops to 2050-2060MHz but that's very rare and can be solved by setting a frame cap 5-10 fps above my monitor refresh rate (G-Sync).

I don't know how to test frametime properly, testing it using G-Sync on and V-Sync off like I normally game with there is huge frametime variance 16ms to 31ms so I assume you should test it using a manual frame limit? I'm happy with my gaming performance as it is so I don't feel it's necessary.
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It is good, some games cause it to hit the power limit too hard so it drops to 2050-2060MHz but that's very rare and can be solved by setting a frame cap 5-10 fps above my monitor refresh rate (G-Sync).

I don't know how to test frametime properly, testing it using G-Sync on and V-Sync off like I normally game with there is huge frametime variance 16ms to 31ms so I assume you should test it using a manual frame limit? I'm happy with my gaming performance as it is so I don't feel it's necessary.

i guess it always depends somehow on circumstances. if you play 4k and your monitor refresh rate is 60 hz but you are mostlikly below 60 hz frametimes can make a difference in good gaming experience... in other circumstances maybe not that much...

i have a 4k monitor and in a lot of games i havent 60+ fps obviously... so it can make a difference
in addition i had to install my waterblock anyway, so for me (i have an engineering degree in electronics) a shunt mod is like yeah what ever, ill do it becaue i have stripped the card down anyway...
    
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i guess it always depends somehow on circumstances. if you play 4k and your monitor refresh rate is 60 hz but you are mostlikly below 60 hz frametimes can make a difference in good gaming experience... in other circumstances maybe not that much...

i have a 4k monitor and in a lot of games i havent 60+ fps obviously... so it can make a difference
in addition i had to install my waterblock anyway, so for me (i have an engineering degree in electronics) a shunt mod is like yeah what ever, ill do it becaue i have stripped the card down anyway...

I do have a 4K monitor also. With AA off most of my games run above 60fps, only Crysis 3 and some poorly optimised games don't. Having a degree in electronics would help, I'm an electrician but we don't work on such small components!
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I do have a 4K monitor also. With AA off most of my games run above 60fps, only Crysis 3 and some poorly optimised games don't. Having a degree in electronics would help, I'm an electrician but we don't work on such small components!

Don't wanted to sound arrogant or something with stating that i have a degree in electronics, that doesn't help on stuff others have engineered and you can't follow the thoughts those ppl had, my point just was that its sometimes hard to determine what to expect and what should be done.
The thing is if the card has to regulate clocks because of power limitations, there is a drawback because the card has always to adjust stuff. The gamers nexus charts are showing that pretty well.
And there will be always a difference what is measurable and what is feel able/recognizable.

I simply think that if you strip your card dowm for water cooling, you should do the shunt mod anyway cuz its kindergarden stuff anyway
    
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I had thermal paste for one last try and one last idea.

I took a wire and use one wire of the multi wire inside. (the smallest I could find)

solder it on 2 of the 3 shunt. (the 2 close to the power connector, i presume the other one would be for the PCIexpress power)

In 3dmark I had from 112 to 119% now I have 85 to 92. so a drop of 27% although I cant reach 2000mhz anymore

So you can use a wire for shunt mod if its small enough.



About my driver crash,
I think that my card was stable because of the power limit and removing that is actually making it go at a higher boost table number (so higher voltage) and causing it to fail because I don't have a good bin card and higher voltage make it unstable. is it possible.

Or something happen in the 5 time I opened the card... but I cant think of something that would make me lose 100hz

Can too much paste going into the small resistance/cap around the GPU cause anomaly, because after 5 time reaplying paste, i did not take the time to clean it and there was a lots around the GPU.
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I had thermal paste for one last try and one last idea.

I took a wire and use one wire of the multi wire inside. (the smallest I could find)

solder it on 2 of the 3 shunt. (the 2 close to the power connector, i presume the other one would be for the PCIexpress power)

In 3dmark I had from 112 to 119% now I have 85 to 92. so a drop of 27% although I cant reach 2000mhz anymore

So you can use a wire for shunt mod if its small enough.



About my driver crash,
I think that my card was stable because of the power limit and removing that is actually making it go at a higher boost table number (so higher voltage) and causing it to fail because I don't have a good bin card and higher voltage make it unstable. is it possible.

Or something happen in the 5 time I opened the card... but I cant think of something that would make me lose 100hz

Can too much paste going into the small resistance/cap around the GPU cause anomaly, because after 5 time reaplying paste, i did not take the time to clean it and there was a lots around the GPU.

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i came from that on my cpu. gained a few degrees but i had put too much paste on time before. It is (TG:K) better, no doubt. I mean, mx-4 is a %6 amazon add-on, though, so it's the best value imo. But at the same time, i was attempting to get sub 60c on air so i needed the absolute best paste. i actually achieved it in most games i play. a few it games at 63c. all in all, on air, that's nasty. added bonus is my drives/mobo/etc are all 30-32c because my case is super cool. My house's ac/heat is kinda loud and now my pc still isn't louder so it bothers me none. Probably going to skip the hybrid mod this time and save a hundred on that one.

Hybrid is totally worth it! 10/10 would recommend. biggrin.gif
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