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crysis 1 with blackfires ultimate mod............drool.gif it's the best experience ever, don't worry about the fps just enjoy it!!

the first crysis was the last and arguably the PC games ever made

https://youtu.be/0isMVInBuYs

Don't think it looks that impressive personally. rolleyes.gif

Battlefield 1 looks better imo.
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https://youtu.be/0isMVInBuYs

Don't think it looks that impressive personally. rolleyes.gif

Battlefield 1 looks better imo.

frostbite is a great looking engine no doubt but considering when this came out and the overall experience (freedom to roam etc) it looks pretty good to me!
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https://youtu.be/0isMVInBuYs

Don't think it looks that impressive personally. rolleyes.gif

Battlefield 1 looks better imo.
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crysis 1 with blackfires ultimate mod............drool.gif it's the best experience ever, don't worry about the fps just enjoy it!!

the first crysis was the last and arguably the PC games ever made
i dont know, did you watch the video in 4k? Looks pretty great. Not better texture wise than BF1, but, it was just LUSH. very nice with the mod.
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Big improvement with Strix BIOS, about 4% better bench with exact same clocks each BIOS, and a fully stable no downlocking 2100 core at 1.075v.

Did a guide with info and results here.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1627212/how-to-flash-strix-1080-ti-bios-in-an-1080-ti-fe/0_20#post_25983584

Does it hold 2100Mhz while gaming too?

Had to up the voltage to 1.093 for 2100 due to higher ambient temps.

Diablo 3: Reaper Of Souls, never goes below 2100 core, 1.093v.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 38k .txt file

Rise of The Tomb Raider DirectX 12. Only dipped between cut scenes.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 131k .txt file

Downloading Black Ops 3 and Ghost Recon: Wildlands now. biggrin.gif
    
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it worked out great for you, Kedar. Very nice. I'll dump the Aorus bios in a couple days. It may have a higher tdp/powermax as giga tends to have it higher than asus.
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Got my MSI Gaming X GTX 1080 TI installed this evening. This thing is a beast, so ****ing huge! Barely fits in my case, lol. It's also silent, so beautifully silent drool.gif Will be selling my PNY GTX 1080 TI FE card to a friend this weekend. Aftermarket cards are so worth it over the founders edition.











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So I just played all the crysis games and Iam finding the card performs almost flawlessly in crysis 2 and especially 3, but the performance is kind of wonky in crysis 1 and especially warhead, where on ultra and 1080p I can't get a stable framerate above 100, it always dips below 80 and sometimes even below 60, which is just unacceptable. In crysis 1 there are some framerate drops, but not as much as in warhead. It's odd to say the least because I remember playing warhead on my older rigs with two 8800 gts and then the gtx 295 and I never had these kind of issues, it always performed much better than the original crysis, granted I played on high settings only, because on ultra/entusiast it was running very poor, but still , those cards are like 1/50 performance of the gtx 1080 ti I currently have...
Isn't Crysis heavily single-threaded and perform like crap on quad-cores and up CPU's? I remember dual-cores with high clock speeds tend to run a lot better for Crysis.
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very nice, man! That is about as much beef as you could cram on that burger. Sexy card. I was buying it or the Aorus today, hell or high water, and both would be in/out of stock for about 2 minutes per hour lol. Grabbed the one I could but I would have been stoked with either. Doesn't look like you could cram the extra beefy Auros in that case, though, so great build, man.
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Got my MSI Gaming GTX 1080 TI installed this evening. This thing is a beast, so ****ing huge! Barely fits in my case, lol. It's also silent, so beautifully silent drool.gif Will be selling my PNY GTX 1080 TI FE card to a friend this weekend. Aftermarket cards are so worth it over the founders edition.











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Had to up the voltage to 1.093 for 2100 due to higher ambient temps.

Diablo 3: Reaper Of Souls, never goes below 2100 core, 1.093v.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 38k .txt file

Rise of The Tomb Raider DirectX 12. Only dipped between cut scenes.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 131k .txt file

Downloading Black Ops 3 and Ghost Recon: Wildlands now. biggrin.gif

Sadly I am not getting better results. My temperatures also float at 51C. I believe I am being thermal throttled. The extra power seems outdo my x41 AIO. I'm going to try and do a open case test.
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At this point physics cards are totally useless. You're talking 1-3 fps difference on average and maybe max a 5fps increase on a heavily physics based game in optimal conditions. Save yourself the electric bill and the heat. tongue.gif

Haha so can I have the 980 Ti installed, but not at all active? Never done anything like that before. Just so I can have the 1080 Ti the primary card until the waterblocks are released and I can get it underwater. Then I can sell the 980 Ti and the block and recoup some of this money I blew!!!
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