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Yes, I did, different clock speeds but it was an exceptional run with fans and pump screaming at 100% and really low ambient temps with all my windows open in winter.

Higher ambient temps and my driver would crash.

I could only run 24/7 2062 +618 memory, 1.031v without clocks throttling and with regular pump and fan curves, had higher GPU temps and would hit power limit at times as well.

My scores at those clocks would always be well under 10500.

This run is my new 24/7 clocks with regular fan curves and pump at 75%, big improvement.

And the comparison was same fan curves, pump speed, ambient temps and exact same clock speeds both BIOS's.

Well do the same kind of low ambient winter run with the Strix bios to make a fair comparison. Would be interesting to see.
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I re-scanned the PurePC review, I'm 90% sure its memory related. PurePC used terribad 2133mhz DDR4 with atrocious latencies so the advantage of the L4 becomes really pronounced. I'm quite sure with 3000mhz+ sticks you will see the gap between the chips close.

I don't think that is the case. Here is again 5775C vs 6700k. 6700k uses 3200mhz memory, while 5775C uses 2400mhz (test from before 7700k, so no comparsion): https://www.purepc.pl/pamieci_ram/test_ddr3_vs_ddr4_jakie_pamieci_ram_wybrac_do_intel_skylake?page=0,13

Besides I was talking about 4790k vs 5775C- both are using same DDR3 memory and we can see that 4790k falls behind (as it should) compare to 5775C.

That is why I think Anandtech benches are off, since they show that 4790k=5775C, which is not true. 5775C easly beats 4790k in all gaming scenarios.
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Is this the 1080ti thread?
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I re-scanned the PurePC review, I'm 90% sure its memory related. PurePC used terribad 2133mhz DDR4 with atrocious latencies so the advantage of the L4 becomes really pronounced. I'm quite sure with 3000mhz+ sticks you will see the gap between the chips close.
If anything, DX12 will benefit all the chips equally so I doubt it will close the performance difference. Plus, its all down to perspective, if you are close to a boundary like 120fps and you need that slight extra push, the 5775c is a sensible choice as its a drop-in replacement with no other system changes needed. I mean, you can also get the same result with a full platform upgrade to 7700k but that costs a heck of a lot more plus all the effort in reinstalling the mobo + windows.

Would it make a difference if let's say all our CPU usage is dropped to like the 30%s? At that point it could be minor differences by a percent
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Is this the 1080ti thread?

Yes, but this topic came out of CPU bottlenecking 1080Ti and min frames with 1080Ti CPU vs CPU. It just went little too far.

Backing to topic: My STRIX got delayed to Saturday frown.gif Hope not later.... Can't wait to put my system in Enthoo Evolv ATX Glass with ROG STRIX 1080 Ti biggrin.gif
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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.

Agreed. The future is here and now. Battlefield 1 proves it that games are finally starting to move on. More cores will mean alot in the next few years. Its actually better to have a few extra threads/cores than what the game fully supports especially if you have programs running in the background.
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Agreed. The future is here and now. Battlefield 1 proves it that games are finally starting to move on. More cores will mean alot in the next few years. Its actually better to have a few extra threads/cores than what the game fully supports especially if you have programs running in the background.

I really hope for enthusiast 6-core chip for gaming in 2018 from Intel. With at least 4,0/4,2 GHZ stock with 4,4-4,5 Turbo boost.

I would jump on that train... biggrin.gif
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Is this the 1080ti thread?

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But I already asked them that and they told me I have to send it to the nearest distributor which is Taiwan. They have distributors here in our country but I don't understand why I can't just send it directly to them. I would be all for Gigabyte or ASUS if the warranty is valid in our country. If you do a Google search, there are lot of hits saying that Gigabyte and ASUS doesn't have international warranty when it comes to GPU's.

My point is that if you start an RMA with them, there should be no way they can tell where you got your card from.

Also, my Ti could have come today, but FedEx doesn't want to frown.gif.

 
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One thing im seeing with reference and AIB the reference is hitting wall unless you land a golden sample and so far seems very slim.
Even worst than 1080 FE

AIB like gaming X are getting better results at lower slightly lower clocks than overclocked FE due to more power.

2000-2050 stock vram

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19082809

http://i.imgur.com/XQuWy3Q.png


Even at 2050 and keeping GPU under 65c im hitting a wall even clocking vram yielding no results what so ever.
Edited by PasK1234Xw - 4/6/17 at 6:02am
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