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Iam officialy part of the club now biggrin.gif







THAT is the proper way to ride with a gpu.
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Thanks dude, Iam going to play until morning now biggrin.gif Quantum Break here I come redface.gif
hell yeah, man! give us the feedback tongue.gif
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haha nice! can I ask you for a favour? To do a drivethrough through the bayou, you know the swamps during daylight too? devil.gif
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Lucky you....smile.gif

where did you get the card from country ?

Czech Republic, but it seems to have been sent straight from china or wherever Asus have their factories, it was packed in the original factory box too, which is unusual.
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Czech Republic, but it seems to have been sent straight from china or wherever Asus have their factories, it was packed in the original factory box too, which is unusual.

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I guess i have to wait a little longer but getting impatient by the minute, yes minute biggrin.gif
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THAT is the proper way to ride with a gpu.

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hell yeah, man! give us the feedback tongue.gif

well right now I only tested wildlands, the game that came out with the card and so far, the performance is brutal, it's over 80 ps all the time, that's with everything on ultra, when I tone it down, especially with the shadow draw distance I can get a stable 100 fps.
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haha nice! can I ask you for a favour? To do a drivethrough through the bayou, you know the swamps during daylight too? devil.gif

You cheeky **** you biggrin.gif
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I guess i have to wait a little longer but getting impatient by the minute, yes minute biggrin.gif

I couldn't wait for the aorus xtreme so I went for the first non reference one that was available at the local store. I was lucky though, it seems to have been sold out in a matter of minutes...
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Guys something weird is happening when I use the Afterburner Curve to overlock. The Perfcap Reason is highlighted with 4 different reasons even though im not being performance capped? What does this mean?


How do you know you're not being performance capped? That looks like the normal state of things to me with a maxed out OC running into the TDP limits.

The Vop reason means that it can't boost any higher because you've run out of voltage bins to use. You've unlocked the couple of extra bins with the increased voltage slider in Afterburner, and the BIOS is locked and won't allow any more, so it won't increase the voltage and frequency any more because it's hit the 'hard' Nvidia BIOS limit. If you dial the voltage slider back in afterburner you won't see VOp as a perfcap reason anymore as the highest voltage bin will never be used.

PWR means you're power limited, and it's actually throttling your clocks back to ensure you don't go over your TDP limit.

Interesting that it's happening at as low as 108% TDP, because the slider in Afterburner goes up to 20%. What a lot of people don't know is that in addition to the overall power limit there are also sub-limits within the BIOS for how much power it can draw from the PCIe slot, and each of the PCIe power connectors on the card. Depending on how the BIOS was set up (every card is different, although the FEs should all be the same) the card could be running into one of the individual limits before it hits the +20% overall limit you set in Afterburner.

The only way around that and to stop it from power throttling is to hard-modify the card and shunt the current sense resistors. GPU-Z refreshes too slowly to reflect he transient TDP throttling in its core clock readout a lot of the time. TDP throttling happens much quicker than the steps between voltage / temperature bins.
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You cheeky **** you biggrin.gif
I couldn't wait for the aorus xtreme so I went for the first non reference one that was available at the local store. I was lucky though, it seems to have been sold out in a matter of minutes...

I would do the same thing, but Asus or Gigabyte are looking good, performance wise same thing, Auros has 3 DP plus all those hdmi´s thats the big difference. not really important for most users
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AIB's and FE have the same power limit...

Says who? EVGA is already on the record that their FTW3 card has a 280W TDP target versus 250W of the lesser cards and the FE models.

http://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=11G-P4-6696-KR

The reviews so far about the AIB cards have been infuriatingly silent on what the TDP limits are, but you can read between the lines from their power consumption results.

Most of the reviews so far show the AIB cards to be 30-50w higher than the FE as far as peak power consumption goes, and that makes sense given I'd expect a lot of the AIB cards to ship with a 280w or even 300w power target out of the box. That's the whole point of why they're beefing up their VRMs.
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