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My best attempt so far for my Aorus 1080 Ti.




Managed to break that 14K/15K barrier

Nice, whats your stable OC like?
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2025 Mhz, Peak at 2050 occasionally
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Well after 6 months of use my EVGA GTX 1080 FTW died. Sad day. Any time it tried to go into 3D mode it would stop outputting video and crash the system. RMA time. Glad I have my 1080 ti system. On another note I got a EK EVO cpu block last week and it came with Thermal Grizzly paste, when did they start doing that?

EDIT: Anyone here using CLLU or Conductonaut on the gpu with EK block? Think it is worth it over Kryonaut or GC Extreme? Just asking as I have never used it.
Edited by Joshwaa - 3/30/17 at 6:57am
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Well after 6 months of use my EVGA GTX 1080 FTW died. Sad day. Any time it tried to go into 3D mode it would stop outputting video and crash the system. RMA time. Glad I have my 1080 ti system. On another note I got a EK EVO cpu block last week and it came with Thermal Grizzly paste, when did they start doing that?

EDIT: Anyone here using CLLU or Conductonaut on the gpu with EK block? Think it is worth it over Kryonaut or GC Extreme? Just asking as I have never used it.

My 1080 Ti EK black came with EK Ectotherm thermal paste, but I had Grizzly on hand.
    
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Sorry if this has been discussed before, but I want to buy a waterblock from EK for my 1080ti FE and I don`t know if it is necessary a backplate too or I can just leave it without it. Thanks for your helps, I am very limited by the budget right now and I was hoping I could use the card without a backplate.
You can actually remount the stock backplate by just using the original screws and the hex head standoff that came with your FE.
All you have to do is once you have your card seated on your waterblock and the back of the card is facing up and your ready to put the ekwb screws in to hold the water block on, is instead of using the supplied screws, use the hex head standoffs that you took off earlier and screw them in to hold the waterblock on and then place your original stock backplate back on top of it and use the small screws that you had to undo to remove he stock plate in the first place, but use the screws provided by ekwb for the 4 around the processor, the ones that had the springs on them originally. Then bam you have the original backplate.
There is a video on it if you look it up smile.gif
And here is a picture showing the hex screws fit into ekwbs standoff
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8xAA seems a bit overkill @ 4K imho. The higher the base resolution the less need for costly AA methods. Also higher DSR might be an alternative since it definitely anti-aliases everything.

Btw, am I the only one who doesn't want 140 fps but rather 30 fps @ 5K-8K resolution ?? That's my reason why I just got 2.

Yeah I only run low AA on my 4K panel, sometimes I even go without. Once you get past the 2k mark AA is not really needed all that much imo. If you want fps for 5k or 8k, you should just wait for volta.
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A bit overkill is cutting it fine, it's pointless.

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If you want fps for 5k or 8k, you should just wait for volta.

So far it looks like the first volta products will get 'only' 8GB VRAM. So I am not too enthusiastic about it yet. 16GB HBM2 with even greater bandwidth would be nice though.

A single 1080TI can run 8K TW-Warhammer at about 18fps in the benchmark (which isn't very demanding). Now I am waiting for my 2nd 1080Ti to see whether 2 of them will break the 30fps smile.gif. TW-WH scales pretty will in SLI (as do almost all my other favorite games atm).

In WH @ 4K, a single 1080TI slightly overclocked was about 10% slower than 2x980Tis @ 1450Mhz. Interestingly, @ 5K that gap widened to > 15% (I had to reduce texture quality to medium for the 980Tis).
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So far it looks like the first volta products will get 'only' 8GB VRAM. So I am not too enthusiastic about it yet.

HBM2? If it is, 8GB will be plenty. Besides, Volta is gonna blow the doors off pascal. Its gonna be sick performance. Its gonna be like pascal on crack.
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