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I guess there was a slight lie lol, in Deathmatchs and Rush it tends to stay over 100fps. In conquest it will go below, shortly after up close to tanks and explosions I seemed to hit bottoms of 85fps..... but its still very playable with the 2600k. I wonder how much of a bottleneck it has and how much I can increase the minimum by going to a 7700k? Its running maxed at 1440p not sure why youtube made it 720p

As someone running a 3770k @ 4.7ghz with 2400mhz DDR3, I can tell you that there is a bottleneck at 1440p in BF1. To compensate I use 120% resolution scale and the GPU is typically 95-99% usage most of the game. If I drop down to 100%, I'm in the 70-81 % range. My CPU has about 10% IPC over yours, so I'd definitely say you're in a worse spot than I am when it comes to that. I'm happy with 100-120fps @ 120% resolution scale 1440p until I get a decent 4K display. I'm just trying to find one that is around $500 USD, has Gsync, and good response time... or perhaps a 50" 4K TV with solid response time, but those are in the $1000+ range with the OLEDs.
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As someone running a 3770k @ 4.7ghz with 2400mhz DDR3, I can tell you that there is a bottleneck at 1440p in BF1. To compensate I use 120% resolution scale and the GPU is typically 95-99% usage most of the game. If I drop down to 100%, I'm in the 70-81 % range. My CPU has about 10% IPC over yours, so I'd definitely say you're in a worse spot than I am when it comes to that. I'm happy with 100-120fps @ 120% resolution scale 1440p until I get a decent 4K display. I'm just trying to find one that is around $500 USD, has Gsync, and good response time... or perhaps a 50" 4K TV with solid response time, but those are in the $1000+ range with the OLEDs.

100+fps with a rare low in the mid 80s @1440p with gsync is very playable, but I am going to make it a point to upgrade my CPU in the next few months. Thanks for the info
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Besides kedrawolf, these other bios aren't working well for my card. The stock bios still runs best.

Is it working much better for anyone else? As in 5% extra gains like Wolf's?
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I know everyone is going to hate me for this but I actually returned my GTX 1080 Ti FE. Got so excited and rushed into ordering one but I just couldn't bare the temps and loud blower over my standard EVGA GTX 1080 SC. I definitely noticed the improvements in overall FPS with all my games but I decided to just stick with what I got until I see more Ti AIB reviews.

I also noticed a slight "smell" with mine when it would get hot. I'm sure it was just something that someone else mentioned before. Overall I'll be ready to get a quieter GTX 1080 Ti from a AIB.
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Besides kedrawolf, these other bios aren't working well for my card. The stock bios still runs best.

Is it working much better for anyone else? As in 5% extra gains like Wolf's?

Nah, Wolf's cheating. tongue.gif J/k. I went back to the stock bios as well. redface.gif
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I know everyone is going to hate me for this but I actually returned my GTX 1080 Ti FE. Got so excited and rushed into ordering one but I just couldn't bare the temps and loud blower over my standard EVGA GTX 1080 SC. I definitely noticed the improvements in overall FPS with all my games but I decided to just stick with what I got until I see more Ti AIB reviews.

I also noticed a slight "smell" with mine when it would get hot. I'm sure it was just something that someone else mentioned before. Overall I'll be ready to get a quieter GTX 1080 Ti from a AIB.

Do whatever makes YOU happy. I kinda wish I'd waited for more AIB's as well. KingPin, HOF, Classified, etc. Those are what I wanna see. thumb.gif
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at least my eyes have seen a card hit 2100 and hold it. That was cathartic.

All he did was just open the benchmark lol. I ran it at 2114 MHz with the stock bios at 1.075 Volts.
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All he did was just open the benchmark lol. I ran it at 2114 MHz with the stock bios at 1.075 Volts.

Do YOU have a video? biggrin.gif
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Do YOU have a video? biggrin.gif
what I mean is that guy didn't have a video either. Lol.
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Besides kedrawolf, these other bios aren't working well for my card. The stock bios still runs best.

Is it working much better for anyone else? As in 5% extra gains like Wolf's?

Are you water cooled? I haven't flashed anything onto my FE yet as the Strix/MSI ones disable a much-needed displayport and the GA extreme BIOS doesn't seem to be working on the FE.

But I will be trying to flash one when something suitable comes along. From what I can gather, wizard and co at techpowerup are uploading the BIOSes as they review the cards.

So, when you see a new BIOS pop up on there, expect to see their review shortly after .
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I guess there was a slight lie lol, in Deathmatchs and Rush it tends to stay over 100fps. In conquest it will go below, shortly after up close to tanks and explosions I seemed to hit bottoms of 85fps..... but its still very playable with the 2600k. I wonder how much of a bottleneck it has and how much I can increase the minimum by going to a 7700k? Its running maxed at 1440p not sure why youtube made it 720p
You are killing that poor 1080ti with the CPU.

Here's a run-down of what I see in BF1 @ 1440p ultra:
2x1080 @2100MHz (water cooled)= ~130-140 - dips to 115-120
1x1080ti @1897MHz (air cooled)= 120-130 - dips to 90-110 now and then
2x1080ti @1964MHz (water cooled) = 170-180 - dips to 150-160 now and then

Of course its all over the map (and dependent on which map - the open ones tend to do better than the busy cities).

I have no been able to get these cards stable above 1964 at all on water, but they saturate the cooling loop at 55C and give me > 144Hz @ 1440p all day. Keeps the room warm, that's for sure.

Memory OC's 500MHz without breaking a sweat. Haven't played around enough to know where the absolute limit really is there. by 600MHz, its generating an enormous amount of heat and higher temps despite my water loop. By contrast the 1080 @ 2100MHz is rock solid @ 41-45C on the same loop.

I had hoped to clock them to 2000MHz, but its an artificial goal, they are delivering the promised performance already.
Edited by cekim - 4/5/17 at 7:24pm
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