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Any user oc comparisons on Strix vs. Reference?
    
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worst card? without cooling modification



curve on 1.062 - 2025

after 15 sec drop to 2012 - 2000, thermal issue, but everything above 2025 will crash 3d instantly
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It's a fantastic game so far, such a good gameplay, if you loved max payne or alan wake you'll love quantum break. I haven't noticed any bugs, but then again Iam playing the retail version, not the gimped UWP version.

I might have to play it now
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worst card? without cooling modification



curve on 1.062 - 2025

after 15 sec drop to 2012 - 2000, thermal issue, but everything above 2025 will crash 3d instantly
Is that a strix?? I am asking, not to offend anyone, but most reviews are showing no improvement in oc vs reference. In fact most reviewers oc fall short of reference. I know its early and reviewers aren't typically the best oc'ers. Just curious strictly from oc'ing stand point.
    
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was able to run 2025 stable at 1.050.. no way to clock higher.. nope it's evga fe.. better way to order from nvidia directly?
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Is that a strix?? I am asking, not to offend anyone, but most reviews are showing no improvement in oc vs reference. In fact most reviewers oc fall short of reference. I know its early and reviewers aren't typically the best oc'ers. Just curious strictly from oc'ing stand point.

Dont expect differences from a maximum overclock standpoint, AIB VS Founders,

AIB cards will maintain higher frequencies, reference will throttle down to main reasonable temperatures. that´s the big difference
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I'm almost certain one of the FE's I have will do 2150 on water and the other one would probably do 2114-2126. I have 2 fairly good clocking FE's.
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Can OP update the thread so I don't have to comb through hundreds and hundreds of posts to get to the good stuff?

We need an "Official" Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti Owners Thread. OP should have never made this thread if he doesn't want to maintain it. For such a hot card right now, this is one of the worse kept OPs here.
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I really wish there was a Pascal BIOS Editor just so GPU boost 3.0 could be disabled, I don't see why it feels the need to downclock the card when it's no where close to the thermal limits.
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was able to run 2025 stable at 1.050.. no way to clock higher.. nope it's evga fe.. better way to order from nvidia directly?

EVGA is notorious for binning cards even though they wont admit it. I tried nvidia this time around but didnt get great results. Currently have MSI FE that barely holds 2050. Now that im seeing almost 10fps increase at 2100 making me want to return and try again.
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