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Originally Posted by hotrod717 View Post

Just thought i would share. Unfortunately didnt do a proper capture on higher score. 5960x btw





Just about done with testing if anyone is interested, shoot me a pm.

My Catzilla, 4K, one card.

    
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Well it's not a bad plan as long as youre within your Ti's return window with Nvidia and can manage it so if Titan Xp2 underwhelms you can return for a Classified or HOF variant, although I'm not sure those cards are going to afford much more performance without someone, whether within the AIB industry or without, getting in there and unlocking this vbios. But yeah, Aurous, Classified, or HOF will be very nice in terms of thermals and being a lot quieter and looking good (subjective, I still think FE is the best looking, IMHO). Just don't try go do anything retarded like attempt to shoehorn a Classified into a case the size of a cereal box and then complain because your suffocated 600W cooling apparatus is running at 70C with the fans on full bore. rolleyes.gif
10%? That's not worth it, TitanXp2 would need to be at least 25% faster than what we have for me to even begin to contemplate trading up to it with money I (we) do not have.
Yeah, hopefully Nvidia is understating the performance potential. So far I'm seeing compute at 12 TFLOPS up from 11.3? But that cooler, man that looks like a Lamborghini Aventador GPU!

https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/products/10series/titan-xp/


1080 Ti FE / Titan XP(2)




MSI Gamings X RE (Rice Edition):


Thanks for understanding. And those pics?! thumbsupsmiley.png
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MSI Gaming X is now in stock at the egg.


This pic
is pretty

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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

And that's just stock vs stock. Who knows how much better the card will OC!

***GOD do I pray that it OC's better. tongue.gif***
yeah, man, i traded a ti for a ti and gained almost 100mhz. this dude hits 2076, holds 2050 thru the 60s and is still over 2ghz at 74c. that's +75mz. If i run +100mv it hits 76c after 30 minutes of heaven, but for some reason my ambient is 80f today so that's a coupIe degrees right there. AC in on full bore now tongue.gif am going to do the thermal grizzly in a few minutes.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/6/17 at 6:20pm
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You using strix vBIOS at 2100

http://i.imgur.com/yfsbH6p.jpg

Me at 2050 stock vram with downclocking

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

Try running the same benchmark but in windowed mode. I get 157.9FPS windowed and 164.5 fulscreen.
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

yeah, man, i traded a ti for a ti and gained almost 100mhz. this dude hits 2076, holds 2050 thru the 60s and is still over 2ghz at 74c. I am going to do the thermal grizzly in a few minutes.

So was it worth it? thumb.gif
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It's not any better than with the fan at 80%, but it doesn't exceed 58C. It fluctuates between 2000 and 1974 MHz with occasional dips down to 1962 and seldom dips down to 1949 MHz. I took a video but there isn't any point in uploading it.

That said, here's my benches, even with the fluctuations. From what members here have stated so far, although MSI's variant seems to hold higher clocks it's not any better than FE, for whatever reason.

Go ahead, post a video of your Firestrike Extreme Stress Test, I'm curious to see what kind of frequency yours holds and what kind of temperatures. Good luck staying at 58C.

Lets compare benches until then:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18721648?

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12060734

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1441608

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Oh and no additional voltage.

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Originally Posted by Pandora's Box View Post

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12239672

Video is uploading now. I'm waiting for you to say you have a higher 3dmark score blah blah blah. 4930K has more cores than the 6700k. You got beaten in GPU score which is what we are comparing. Don't need any luck holding 58C lmao.

This "cereal box" PC is a beast and you have no idea what you are talking about. Multiple posters on here have told you this.
Edited by Pandora's Box - 4/6/17 at 6:26pm
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So was it worth it? thumb.gif
oh hell yeah. it's super sexy, super beefy, runs ~70MHZish higher, holds clocks better, and even after shipping I made $30 and a free copy of Playerunknown's battlegrounds (after trading for honor code #2 to a poster here)/
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Try running the same benchmark but in windowed mode. I get 157.9FPS windowed and 164.5 fulscreen.
that was windowed. havent tried fullscreen but i will now.
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oh hell yeah. it's super sexy, super beefy, runs ~70MHZish higher, holds clocks better, and even after shipping I made $30 and a free copy of Playerunknown's battlegrounds (after trading for honor code #2 to a poster here)

Great! Glad it worked out for you biggrin.gif
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did the new windows update and re-installed the new drivers...weird but I'm getting less performance in PUBG (***?) also had to adjust gamma in a few games I tried as everything had a washed out look? anyone else?
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