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post #3351 of 10609
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I did a full benching Heaven loop on water, fans and pump at 100% at 2100, +657 memory, no driver crashes. Would power limit though and go from between 1.050v and 1.093v during the run though.

For 24/7 use i run fans at 65%,pump at 75% at 2062 core, +610 memory at 1.031v custom power curve.. Temps stay below 47C.

With no shunt mod (my card sits vertical) I get zero power limiting and my core will never dip below 2062 at 1.031v an entire Heaven run.

See how I did that here. smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1627037/best-method-to-overclock-a-1080-ti-under-water-no-shunt-mod-good-under-air-too-lower-temps/0_20

I was reading your thread there. Good stuff! thumb.gif

But you are on 2062 Mhz now and in all so far reviews for AIBs (STRIX and Gaming X only) there was no problem in hitting that 2040-2050 mark with simple AB OC. So far reading through internet all ROG STRIX 1080Ti were capping at 2050 on OC.

What I am trying to say is- you can try to squeeze every last drop of your 1080Ti but results won't be near as what we could see in previous Generations.

Besides what will be a difference in games (not benchmarks) between 2025 mhz and 2065mhz? If any.

Wish we had more OC room with Pascals frown.gif

I wonder if we will see any OC with Volta is that keeps up.
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Hi guys
I just installed Block for 1080Ti. I don't know this is a trouble with my card.
When I Fulload I put the ear near the card, there is a small sound inside the card and block, but when in Idie or light work, there is no sound that appears. ( I searched Google, this like Coil Whine?)
I do not know whether this is normal or abnormal with my CARD. Is there anyone like me?



Please tell me you took the plastic off the thermal pads before you put that block on.
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For discussion purposes only, let's say two hypothetical games (each ran on a different system) are CPU-bottlenecked and they exactly have the same load on the CPU, will both systems have the same fps if one has a 1080Ti and the other has a 1070?
if the cpu is bound will the gpu's perform the same and the answer to THAT is yes. Not the exact same fps but very very close. But if they have different cpu's, the one with the higher IPC/single core perf/cache speed and size will have higher FPS.
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Out of grizzly kryonaut, attic silver 5, coollabritories liquid metal ultra, or should I use a Indigo pad to cool this thing of
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if the cpu is bound will the gpu's perform the same and the answer to THAT is yes. Not the exact same fps but very very close. But if they have different cpu's, the one with the higher IPC/single core perf/cache speed and size will have higher FPS.

I see. So in BF1, an OC'd 2600K (4.5GHz) will probably be CPU-bottlenecked with a 1080Ti at 1440p because the game is CPU hog in such a way that it can't keep up with the number of draw calls needed by the 1080Ti to achieve a high FPS, correct?
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The ghetto bench while I wait for the rest of my parts to arrive!
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What exactly does the pci-e shunt mod do?

I'm just curious, can't do the shut mods as my card sits vertically in my case. frown.gif

The three shunts report the power being drawn from the three power soruces (pcie, 8 pin, 6 pin). Screwing with them (lowering their resistance) causes them to read low. The pcie has, i understand, quite a low power limit (someone interpreted the BIOS earlier in the thread with the exact readouts) so causing it to report lower than what it actually is drawing has obvious benefits for GPU boost.
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Anyone got Coil Whine after installed Block for 1080Ti. is it normal to continue to use or playing game?
Edited by leequan2009 - 4/3/17 at 8:46am
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Hey guys, whats everyone getting for Heaven 4K benches? This is my result with stock voltage, +115 on the core, +309 on the memory, 3.9 ghz Ryzen 1700.

No AA, everything else max.
Edited by Alwrath - 4/3/17 at 8:58am
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Please tell me you took the plastic off the thermal pads before you put that block on.

Lol, I was thinking the same thing.

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Please tell me you took the plastic off the thermal pads before you put that block on.
Yes. That was a shot photo show. When I put block into card I took off the plastic. LOL

Too cold with EK Block and 480 Radiator biggrin.gif

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