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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Full Heaven run, 2100 core, 6156 memory, zero throttling! Gigabyte 1080 Ti flashed with Asus Strix BIOS.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 88k .txt file






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

Edit: Going to make new video, headset was unplugged, no voice audio. frown.gif

Nice man! I might have to try the old Asus Bios. I'm not sure that it's worth it though as I can already score higher graphics scores on Firestrike and Timespy than some people who are at 2100 and 600+ memory with my card sitting at 2063 core and +500 memory. I only seldom hit the power cap now but no power throttling sounds nice. tongue.gif
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How's it going for you? Everything running ok? thumb.gif

yes sir! thanks to you and kedar I'm a flash god, and I'm not talking barry allen. biggrin.gif
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yes sir! thanks to you and kedar I'm a flash god, and I'm not talking barry allen. biggrin.gif

Great! Glad I could help out thumb.gif
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I could try but at 2100 1.093v it throttles a few bins. Haven't tried higher than 2100 at 1.075v or higher voltages though.

I'm thinking 100% stable 24/7 clocks here not throttling is better than pushing it higher and having it throttle. My ambient temps are cool right now, if it wasn't so late, work in the a.m., I'd try to push it higher at 1.093. redface.gif

Nite peeps, Peace out.

Oh, and one thing I know about video card clocking you WON'T always get better results with highest voltages, sometimes a step or two down is better. smile.gif

I think what helps you the most out is being water cooled. My x41 can only keep the card at 48C.

I have become content with 2088 at 1.050V. Seems to be the most stable for me.

I won if there's some golden card out there that can do 2100 at 1.032V... Just to find out it's with someone that isn't a turbo nerd like us and they have it sitting with a FE blower on it.
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I think what helps you the most out is being water cooled. My x41 can only keep the card at 48C.

I have become content with 2088 at 1.050V. Seems to be the most stable for me.

I won if there's some golden card out there that can do 2100 at 1.032V... Just to find out it's with someone that isn't a turbo nerd like us and they have it sitting with a FE blower on it.
honestly yours and kedar's are golden. HOLDING 2088? That's dope, man. I probably wont even be able to do that with an Aorus. I'll be happy holding 2ghz+
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Same here. I had Bf1 running with my 1080ti ona 4770k @ 4.7Ghz with a 165hz Gsyn monitor. I can tell everyone that BF1 is one of these games that will hugely profit from anything with more than 4 cores. The 4770k was limiting my 1080 and my 1080ti - they barey ran above 80% @ 115 res scale.
I then put them into my work machine with a 5820k @ 4.5Ghz and since them have been seeing them running at 99%. I recommend everyone that intends to primarly play BF1 to buy at least a 6core. Any i5 will not suffice and even a 7700k has fps drops now and then in the 0.1 percentile, and it will bother you. BF1 on 64p maps needs a lot of cpu power and no 4 core will deliver enough.
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honestly yours and kedar's are golden. HOLDING 2088? That's dope, man. I probably wont even be able to do that with an Aorus. I'll be happy holding 2ghz+

At the end of the day it's only like 1.8% difference from 2050 tongue.gif. Neither of us would ever notice.

I was actually pretty bummed out to have to buy a Zotac one but I guess I got lucky. If I was under a full water block the card could probably do 2114 or 2126 below 40C as sometimes in the beginning of my benchmark it will shoot up to 2126 for a few scenes in heaven only to go down when temps go into the 40s
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Clearly he is watercooling that 1080 TI FE card. Look at the temps.
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what are your afterburner settings?
it's misinfo based on a video where the N00by youtuber had no idea what a custom fan profile even was in the comments and actually had FanStop illuminated during his run where he reached 78c. once he turned on the fan he was in the 60s
THAT is the reason to buy Aorus. 50%!!!


Comment from a follower on youtube "ELVIS G23 hours ago
Dim2go yeah same here I also talked with gigabyte they upgraded gpu bios so even better temps between 60-65c reviews in Nordic coming soon maybe day or two"

Ah that was the story I had heard too. I mean, 78C without the fan is pretty impressive in its' own right redface.gif.
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I didn't had time to play around with it much yesterday, since I cleaned the case, erased any leftover AMD drivers.

I tested Witcher 3, GTA V, Squad, Unknownplayer Battlegrounds all everything maxed out with 8x MSAA @ 3440x1440 no coil whine.

Left Ungine Valley running while I did other stuff and temps were really nice.

What's a program that might be able to stress it for coil whine? FurMark?
How high were they reporting? I havent even tried OC just set the power slider to 125% and hit 2.0GHz core.

It's amazing I jumped from a 780 and its more than double performance.

Something that you get extremely high frames in can produce coil whine sometimes. CS:GO, the intro of Doom, or even some older titles can give you 300+ FPS and usually produce the noise.
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Honestly guys this really is the best cooler Nvidia has come out with for a video card. After much testing, all you have to do is set up a good fan profile and your set. I will admit though the stock fan profile is one of the worst ive ever seen for a gaming card, so its very important to set up your own fan profile. I honestly dont mind the fan at 100%, sure I can hear it, but its no big deal especially with gaming headset on. Honestly, I will never understand peoples complaints about fan noise, you want to complain about a loud air cooler? Try some old radeon 290's or 4870's at 100% fan speed and then tell me the Nvidia cooler is loud. Those cards sounded like a jet taking off, this thing is tame in comparison. Im happy with the FE. Got it direct from EVGA's website so no tax. With shipping I bought it for $720 and have had this thing since 4 days after launch day and im loving every minute of this beast. No voltage it fluctuates between 1950-2000 depending on the game, and my temp never goes above 60C.

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If I do upgrade with EVGA stepup, it will be for a Classy or Kingpin. biggrin.gif

Because people who use open headphones find 70% fan noise atrocious smile.gif. There's also a good amount of people out there that like silent PCs, and with an appropriate setup, low noise with the same OCs that everyone else sees around here is possible. That's where AIBs come in. It's fine if you don't mind the noise, but to say it's quiet is silly.
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How is it bottlenecked really close? Is it only because one or more cpu cores is close to 100% usage?
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?

http://rma.gigabyte.us/

For the US site, if you go down to user support, you check your warranty based on SN. Of course if you go to any company that doesn't require registration and ask if they'll support you in another country they're going to say no.
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How is it bottlenecked really close? Is it only because one or more cpu cores is close to 100% usage?
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?

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Hey guys I think I'm gonna flash that gigabyte bios. thumb.gif

Please apply caution when attempting to use full power limit. Since the FE is a 8 + 6 pin. Sure 6 pin can still handle the full 150w, but it's not a true 8-pin and power issues are a potential factor.
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How is it bottlenecked really close? Is it only because one or more cpu cores is close to 100% usage?
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?

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Gigabyte Guantlet is a known process of them since 900 series. They are not "binned" like old Classies or Kingpins are. So don't expect that they will on average OC/boost higher than other brands. They just test them before putting inside their AIB. That is all. Binning is too expensive for mainstream AIB card. Pascal has its own architecture limitation which no binning will remove.

here is AORUS XTREMETE EDITION 1080 TI REVIEW: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Gigabyte/GTX_1080_Ti_Xtreme_Gaming/33.html


Overlock and boost is (again) exact the same as on ROG STRIX and MSI GAMING X. 2050 max.

All 1080 Ti Pascals are basicelly the same. Architecture limit.

What's more exciting to me is:


Gigabyte GTX 1080 Ti Xtreme Gaming
Idle - 46°C
Load - 71°C
Gaming Noise - 33 dBA

FE cooler at 50% is pushing 35dB-39dB between a couple reviews.
Edited by pez - 4/5/17 at 11:39pm
 
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

At the end of the day it's only like 1.8% difference from 2050 tongue.gif. Neither of us would ever notice.

I was actually pretty bummed out to have to buy a Zotac one but I guess I got lucky. If I was under a full water block the card could probably do 2114 or 2126 below 40C as sometimes in the beginning of my benchmark it will shoot up to 2126 for a few scenes in heaven only to go down when temps go into the 40s

Now imagine if Nvidia and Intel started releasing new hardware that was around ~2% faster each generation. wth.gif
Edited by alucardis666 - 4/5/17 at 11:56pm
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