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Anyone got 2 ASUS STRIX in SLi? Temps?
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Any of you guys upgraded from a 980 Ti? If so what are the differences max OC vs max OC?

"me too" post - my 1080Ti @ 2000MHz+ is 50% faster than my previous EVGA 980Ti Hybrid @ 1500MHz+
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Shunt mod + water block installation completed! TDP now hovers around 90% in game and all power throttling is gone.
Power at the wall peaked at 500W in FSE, which meant the shunt mod added at least 70W worth of extra TDP headroom.



http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12211761

Memory actually went up to 12.2 GHz, forgot to capture GPU-Z for it.

I can see why Nvidia limited the voltage to 1.093v. The power scaling is crazy inefficient for a mere 100 MHz past 2GHz and any more would result in people blowing up their VRMs.

I've also noticed my system memory reset to 1333 MHz... no wonder I was getting so CPU bottlenecked in BF1 mad.gif
post #3494 of 10798
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Originally Posted by Juub View Post

Any of you guys upgraded from a 980 Ti? If so what are the differences max OC vs max OC?

I did, don't know about the exact numbers in terms of OC, but the card is 50% faster in almost all the games I have tested so far.
post #3495 of 10798
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Shunt mod + water block installation completed! TDP now hovers around 90% in game and all power throttling is gone.
Power at the wall peaked at 500W in FSE, which meant the shunt mod added at least 70W worth of extra TDP headroom.



http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12211761

Memory actually went up to 12.2 GHz, forgot to capture GPU-Z for it.

I can see why Nvidia limited the voltage to 1.093v. The power scaling is crazy inefficient for a mere 100 MHz past 2GHz and any more would result in people blowing up their VRMs.

I've also noticed my system memory reset to 1333 MHz... no wonder I was getting so CPU bottlenecked in BF1 mad.gif

Lol, if you only came earlier today the shunt mod isn't needed anymore. You can bios flash ASUS bios and get a similar affect.
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Originally Posted by Juub View Post

Any of you guys upgraded from a 980 Ti? If so what are the differences max OC vs max OC?

The 1080 is sup to be about 30% greater than then980 Ti. The 1080 Ti is approximately 1.25 times greater than a 1080.

So it's about 63% greater than a 980 Ti.
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Lol, if you only came earlier today the shunt mod isn't needed anymore. You can bios flash ASUS bios and get a similar affect.

Asus BIOS only goes up to 320W and reading your experience with it, I gather it wasn't a stellar improvement. GTX 1080 ASUS BIOS was the same story with people clocking up to 2.2 GHz and getting worse scores.

I'll stick with the shunt mod thumb.gif
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Guys, I apologize for saying the forum was ignorant. I was just surprised that I had no less than 5 posters saying I was FoS, and none had yet confirmed that I indeed was not just lying and making up false claims about my cpu b/c I wanted to justify my purchase. It wasnt like that AT ALL, I was trying to share knowledge. I got frustrated. But later several informed posters came and the education of the forum has now occured on this topic. I am sorry I came across so salty; I am a highly functioning autistic and got a little carried away, so on that day less highly functioning lol. I apologize, I hope you guys understand.

Hey man, no worries thumb.gif. It's hard not to immediately want to be aggressive on forums (even as what I consider to be a functioning normal person tongue.gif).

I *supposedly* got my hands on a Maximum VII Impact, and if it isn't too good to be true, I'll have an extra Z97 board that I'd love to put an i5 in, move the i7 to my GFs system and give a serious look into that CPU. Even though it's a bit off-topic, what OCs are generally expected/sought after with those chips?
 
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post #3499 of 10798
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Asus BIOS only goes up to 320W and reading your experience with it, I gather it wasn't a stellar improvement. GTX 1080 ASUS BIOS was the same story with people clocking up to 2.2 GHz and getting worse scores.

I'll stick with the shunt mod thumb.gif

You're just saying thatbbec you already did it, lol JK.

I probably got to setup my voltag curve better.

Running my card at 2114 MHz constant at 1.072V never drew more than 320W. At most it drew 305-310 watts max. Do we really need to out more than that in these cards?
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You're just saying thatbbec you already did it, lol JK.

I probably got to setup my voltag curve better.

Running my card at 2114 MHz constant at 1.072V never drew more than 320W. At most it drew 305-310 watts max. Do we really need to out more than that in these cards?

Man that's great! My card is a fickle little b!tch and doesn't like to be pushed passed 2050 on the core no matter what I do. rolleyes.gif
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