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Originally Posted by dboythagr8 View Post

Me.

You will run into a CPU bottleneck. 2 cards are too fast, at least for my 4930k 6 core @ 4.5ghz at 1440p. It's not until I use DSR to downsample from 4k or higher do I get full 98%-99% usage rate on both cards. This happens in 3Dmark Firestrike as well btw (the standard test).

It's happened on Mass Effect Andromeda, Battlefield 1, GTA V, Rise of the Tomb Raider, 3DMARK. So it's not just a one off thing. Single GPU this isn't an issue.

Damn looks like this single 1080Ti might be all she wrote for my current setup. Next gpu will be an entire different build.
 
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post #2892 of 10735
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I belive but it's hard to go back to 60 fps once you started to play at 90+ fps in games rolleyes.gif

Besides I want to finally let my monitor use his potential with all those refresh rate Hz biggrin.gif

It's not possible. biggrin.gif
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post #2893 of 10735
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No problem and good luck, just know that when you remove the stock FE cover is that you will notice there are more places that have pads on them than what ekwb shows on the instructions of the titan x waterblock...So you might have to do a little measuring if you want to cool all the things nvidia was on the air cooler, I'm doing that just for security to make sure.
The place between your vrm and vram is not shown but I found that a 1mm thick pad should suffice and then where the mosfets and drivers are the pad provided covers all them correctly but to the right are the ones not shown so might want to throw a 1mm pad on each of them same as on your stock cooler...i just used mine as a reference guide instead of ek's seeing as it's not the same card, compatible does not mean exact.

I`ll keep in mind your advices, appreciate your help!
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post #2894 of 10735
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So is it still general consensus for the 1080Ti that the custom boards can overclock better than the FE's when fitted with a waterblock? I say this because this was mostly the case with the 1080 because the 1080 FE's were power-limited and we don't have a Pascal BIOS Editor. Is it still worth it to go with a custom 1080Ti board when you know you'll just take the cooler off and slap in your own waterblock?

How long after a custom board release does EK generally make custom WB's for them, say the EVGA FTW3 1080Ti?

Anybody?
post #2895 of 10735
All set up:



Few points - can't add more than a 100MHz to the core otherwise I crash, bit of a disappointment. I get a load of coilwhine when rendering high frames such as in Heaven etc but in real applications such as gaming I don't.

Lastly, little bit disappointed with EK (although I ordered with OcUK) as my backplate didn't come with a logo...

post #2896 of 10735
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Originally Posted by jelome1989 View Post

That's why I don't trust benchmarks these days...
Here, the 5775c handily beats the 7700k in most of the tests both at stock and OC speeds, with the 7700k having a 500-800mhz clock lead over the 5775c
https://www.purepc.pl/procesory/broadwell_niszczyciel_test_core_i5_5675c_i_core_i7_5775c?page=0,10

EDIT:
Another one:
https://www.purepc.pl/pamieci_ram/test_ddr3_vs_ddr4_jakie_pamieci_ram_wybrac_do_intel_skylake?page=0,18
The only game where the 7700k beats the 5775c is Crysis 3.

In that first link, the 7700k beats the 5775c 7 of 10 times.

The second link doesn't have a 7700k in it. Test was done in 2015.
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post #2897 of 10735
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Anybody?

The popular opinion today is that they are no longer binning chips. So if you're throwing a block on it then I'd just go with a FE. Although there could be more available power on the higher-end AIB's considering they're 2-8 pin vs the FE 6+8. This could simply be due to better cooling fans.
Edited by rcfc89 - 3/30/17 at 12:44pm
 
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post #2898 of 10735
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... can't add more than a 100MHz to the core otherwise I crash, bit of a disappointment. I get a load of coilwhine ...

Dang, sounds like you got a "Friday afternoon" card. frown.gif Are you upping the memory speed and/or adding any voltage?
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post #2899 of 10735
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Dang, sounds like you got a "Friday afternoon" card. frown.gif Are you upping the memory speed and/or adding any voltage?

No, not touched the memory or voltage.
post #2900 of 10735
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Originally Posted by rcfc89 View Post

The popular opinion today is that they are no longer binning chips. So if you're throwing a block on it then I'd just go with a FE. Although there could be more available power on the higher-end AIB's considering they're 2-8 pin vs the FE 6+8. This could simply be due to better cooling fans.

Right but are 1080Ti FE's known to be power-limited as well? I mean if they're not then the extra available power with the custom boards will not matter. What then would the advantage of custom boards be aside from the good air cooler?

Also, how could it be simply due to better cooling fans? I didn't understand that part.
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