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post #3911 of 10572
Able to flash the strix bios into FE without issue - 2x1080ti (EVGA).

Curiously, precisionX and heaven OSD show different clock speeds?

Heaven is now running at 2050... I'll have to try more tomorrow.
post #3912 of 10572
Still baffled by:
1. it is running quite a bit cooler now with the strix bios
2. precisionX and heaven do not agree on the gpu clock rate.

But, it finished the test this way - no complaints... (it was 2100 all the way through)

post #3913 of 10572
Hey i have a question for anyone out there running these in SLI i have been having a strange problem where games run fine but when i exit back into windows everything becomes extremely sluggish mouse takes 3-4 seconds to move and everything is just extremely slow, restarting or sleeping then waking it up computer seems to fix the problem. Doesnt happen everytime maybe 30 percent of the time, anyone else out their had this issue and is their a way to fix it or is it driver related?
post #3914 of 10572
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Originally Posted by cekim View Post

Still baffled by:
1. it is running quite a bit cooler now with the strix bios
2. precisionX and heaven do not agree on the gpu clock rate.

But, it finished the test this way - no complaints... (it was 2100 all the way through)


If your minimum is 4.2fps that means you had a display driver crash during testing, I'd back down from 2100. thumb.gif
post #3915 of 10572
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

If your minimum is 4.2fps that means you had a display driver crash during testing, I'd back down from 2100. thumb.gif
Yeah, I just fired it up that's the first run, so some tuning to be done, but I'm now playing BF1 at these settings after adjusting voltage a little...

180-200fps 1440p ultra is sweet!
post #3916 of 10572
Finally dialed in on my 24/7 clocks by downclocking everytime BF1 crashes. Was hoping to hit 2100 with 1.093V but oh well redface.gif

2076 core 6156 mem.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19078334?



Hats off to Micron and Nvidia for making such ludicrously fast memory

550GB/s on a 384-bit bus is crazy
post #3917 of 10572
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Originally Posted by Drakeskull View Post

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

Told you so smile.gif
post #3918 of 10572
Flashed the Strix bios yesterday and it removed the power limit I had with stock bios which caused it to downclock to 2063. Was able to push it to 2100 at 1.093v and was stable in heaven but haven't tried any games yet (real test). My temps also went up a few degrees but still under 50.
post #3919 of 10572
Quote:
Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

If your minimum is 4.2fps that means you had a display driver crash during testing, I'd back down from 2100. thumb.gif
I didn't see a crash in the first run, but 4.2 says otherwise... I played a little BF1 and tweaked the voltage a little and now it runs clean:
post #3920 of 10572
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Originally Posted by cekim View Post

I didn't see a crash in the first run, but 4.2 says otherwise... I played a little BF1 and tweaked the voltage a little and now it runs clean:

Very nice!

Are you running SLI?

200fps in BF1 is nuts!
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