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post #3761 of 10609
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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

People were reporting 78C without OCing.

Xtreme has 375W power limit but that won't imo help with higher overclock on air and water. It hits higher without OCing but so far all 1080Ti have soft cap at around 2050mhz and hard cap at around 2100mhz.

Yikes! Any good guides with OC'ing with GPU Boost 3.0?

I'm gonna play round with it but hitting 2.0GHz and staying really quiet is Win for me. My case fans are slightly louder than my Aorus while gaming lol.

I would loved to have a bit more headroom most hit the wall at 2.1 GHz right?
Edited by c0ld - 4/5/17 at 9:26am
post #3762 of 10609
Hey guys, today EK released their waterblocks for the 1080Ti FE:

https://www.ekwb.com/news/ek-releasing-full-cover-water-blocks-nvidia-gtx-1080-ti-graphics-cards/

Sorry if this has been posted before here, this thread is way too busy to read all posts...wink.gif
post #3763 of 10609
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Originally Posted by JedixJarf View Post

I certainly would hope so : P. BTW did you feel satisfied by the quantum break 1080 ti experience lol?

Well yes and no. I finally played through the game without it looking blurry and ugly, but had to turn down a few settings, mainly the volumetric lighting to achieve a stable 60 even during combat. Game is an unoptimized mess to be fair. But I still love it, it's like a blend of max payne and alan wake, some of the effects are absolutely breathtaking.
post #3764 of 10609
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

ah, ok. turn on your gpu power usage, too.

From your newer pic, i wouldnt call that bottlenecked per say but it is really close, even with all those cores.

How is it bottlenecked really close? Is it only because one or more cpu cores is close to 100% usage?
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Well sure, but this would only be the case if the warranty was carried out via invoice and registration. Unless Gigabyte has changed it recently, serial RMAs show no discrimination by country.

When I bought my Gigabyte GTX 670 before in the US and had it shipped here in the Philippines I asked Gigabyte Taiwan if it had international warranty. They outright said no. So what do you mean by serial-based RMA?
Edited by kevindd992002 - 4/5/17 at 9:56am
post #3765 of 10609
any of you three + guys with the Aorus checked the thermal paste? Curious if Kyro mod is worth the trouble on this guy but i cant even find a teardown video of the Aorus, not even for the 1080... rolleyes.gifredface.gif


How is it bottlenecked really closed? Is it only because one or more cpu cores is close to 100% usage?

In a nutshell. games are coded for (layman's) 1 core (rare, older games) , 2 cores, 4 cores, 4 cores allowing H/T, 8 cores, ... etc (rare!!) so it's all game dependent. That's why 6950k doesnt beat 6700k in gaming (most games) except when all those cores are used. Older cpus have lower single threaded performance and lower IPC , so if you get stuck in a game utilizing mainly 2 cores (like above) you could be bottlenecking when they hit 99% usage, evn though the cpu average usage may say 55%. That's why I always have all 8 threads on my OBD. It's not the end of the world if your gpu finally gives the bottleneck to your cpu, but it is preferred to have the gpu be the bottleneck because of gaming smoothness (amongst other things).

One thing you could try in addition to OCing your cpu is to turn off hyperthreading as it is rarely utilized and a lot of games will give a little better cpu performance with it off.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/5/17 at 10:02am
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any of you three + guys with the Aorus checked the thermal paste? Curious if Kyro mod is worth the trouble on this guy but i cant even find a teardown video of the Aorus, not even for the 1080... rolleyes.gifredface.gif

 

My Gigabyte 1080 G1 OC came with the paste super caked on, it was all over the place when I took the block cooler off.

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My Gigabyte 1080 G1 OC came with the paste super caked on, it was all over the place when I took the block cooler off.
word. I had a feeling. How many screws to get to it? Best way to do it, i cant find a video. not sure how close the coolers were on the two. Im sure i could figure it out but id rather know the fastest/easiest/safest way first. Obviously I need to find somebody who has removed the cooler on one of the 3 fans coolers with the offset center fan, gigabyte gaming extreme 1080 maybe. But the all I can find is the waterforce one teardown which helps nada.

Also, did it have the screw sticker?
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You shouldn't need a video teardown to repaste a card man. Most GPUs you only need to remove the 4 screws around the core & unplug the fan plug.
Its pretty straight forward.
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any of you three + guys with the Aorus checked the thermal paste? Curious if Kyro mod is worth the trouble on this guy but i cant even find a teardown video of the Aorus, not even for the 1080... rolleyes.gifredface.gif


How is it bottlenecked really closed? Is it only because one or more cpu cores is close to 100% usage?

In a nutshell. games are coded for (layman's) 1 core (rare, older games) , 2 cores, 4 cores, 4 cores allowing H/T, 8 cores, ... etc (rare!!) so it's all game dependent. That's why 6950k doesnt beat 6700k in gaming (most games) except when all those cores are used. Older cpus have lower single threaded performance and lower IPC , so if you get stuck in a game utilizing mainly 2 cores (like above) you could be bottlenecking when they hit 99% usage, evn though the cpu average usage may say 55%. That's why I always have all 8 threads on my OBD. It's not the end of the world if your gpu finally gives the bottleneck to your cpu, but it is preferred to have the gpu be the bottleneck because of gaming smoothness (amongst other things).

One thing you could try in addition to OCing your cpu is to turn off hyperthreading as it is rarely utilized and a lot of games will give a little better cpu performance with it off.

Got it.

Btw, why do you call repasting with Kryonaut a "mod"? Curious smile.gif
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Got it.

Btw, why do you call repasting with Kryonaut a "mod"? Curious smile.gif

Technically you still are modifying the card. You no longer have stock or OEM paste on it so your results aren't a reference for someone that wants to know let's say thermal performance of the average FE.
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