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post #4191 of 10420
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Originally Posted by Taint3dBulge View Post

Ordered a evga 1080 ti reference card and the new ek water block. Whats kinda the average oc for core and mem on the ref cards. +150c +550m?

Sounds about right. More maybe like +130 clock. 2037 and 2050Mhz seem to be pretty comon for some folks on there with boost.
post #4192 of 10420
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Originally Posted by pez View Post

The FE is the cheapest around this time outside of the MSI Armor and Gigabyte OC model. If you're going to just put it under water, the FE will be the easiest option for the time being. Plus, the trend is that all of these cards top out to about the same OCs no matter the cooler. Water just helps keep it more consistent.

With the FE and a waterblock, will I be power-limited if I plan on OC'ing the card?
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Originally Posted by pez View Post

The Aorus Ti has a power limit of 150% which translates to 375w. Yet TPU has found that it still clocks the same as the other AIBs.

Could that be because it's just not a golden card? So there's really no use for the extra power limit there?
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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

Becasue bigger Power Limit allows clocks to stabilize above 2k, however then we hit Architecture limit, a clock wall which is 2100 mhz. That is why 320-340W is where Power Limit just allows to hit another wall, that is all.

If I understand that correctly, the extra power limit would still be useful then. If I go with an FE plus a waterblock, I will hit the power limit wall before hitting the 2.1GHz wall. I wouldn't want that, would I? I wanna get past the power limit wall and hopefully reach the 2.1GHz wall.
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Originally Posted by pez View Post

When your temps are low enough under water, that becomes a blurred line. People running TXP cards at full tilt <60C on water are not really hitting a wall. The power limit isn't the reason you're hitting a wall. It's the fact that after 50C you start to lose one bin at a time.

So like my question above, what does power limit really signify when watercooling?
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Not necessarily. Many factors come into play. Throw in an extra 30 watts of power and add in 5C of heat might push you into a thermal throttle bin and be counter productive.

Then your card will use more voltage to keep those clocks and you're either back to where you were or even worse performance.

That's why the Asus bios doesn't work well for many people.

If you're under 40C then more power will help. But being under 40C is kind of hard.

If you're at 45C and then you draw 30 more watts it can push you to 49-51C and cause the card to start thermal throttling.

Let's just say, hypothetically, I can get under 40C with watercooling. I would have the room to add more voltage and consequently draw more power. But if I go with an FE card, I wouldn't have that room since I will be power-limited, right?
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Originally Posted by Pandora's Box View Post

Lower heat - lower voltage needed. Water on the FE card is just fine for 2.1GHz.
post #4193 of 10420
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Originally Posted by Jbravo33 View Post

someone say cheese burger? is the included thermal compound from ek no good? i see alot of people stating other brands. any gains or a crap shoot?

It's about on par with AC MX-2

http://overclocking.guide/thermal-paste-roundup-2015-47-products-tested-with-air-cooling-and-liquid-nitrogen-ln2/6/

I don't understand why they don't include GC Extreme like they do with their CPU blocks.

Mounting pressure and making sure you have enough applied is really a lot more relevant to temperatures.
post #4194 of 10420
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Originally Posted by Exilon View Post

I wouldn't bother. I'm getting negative scaling on the last two voltage bins. My max stable overclock ( in Fire Strike Extreme Stress Test ) was 2100 @ 1.075v.
Max stable at 1.093 was 2088.


So adding more voltage would make the clock less stable, Dam I was a little hype on the project. it would have been fun.

You where able to get a higher stable clock with lower voltage? it wasn't because of power limit clock fluctuation or the more heat from the volt.

those pascal chip are different than my gtx970, it was in love with voltage.


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Originally Posted by VanuSovereignty View Post

For another what, 50 MHz. Dude just be happy with what you got. I could see if shunt mod yielded 200 MHz, but 50-100, from what 2.0 to 2.1GHz, that isn't worth the hassle, risk and loss of warranty.

Hassle, not really it would be fun to do,

risk, without risk you get nothing.

Warranty, I have shunt mod already but I did it by soldering a wire on the shunt and before that resistor on the power controller. there to much carnage evidence for warranty.

has for why.... for science ;-)
post #4195 of 10420
Hey all


Random question, what temps are you guys getting at idle ? ... With P&T limit set to max with fan speed set to 70%, I idle around 50c redface.gif
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Hey all


Random question, what temps are you guys getting at idle ? ... With P&T limit set to max with fan speed set to 70%, I idle around 50c redface.gif

Gaming X card here. I run 30% fan speed at idle. Card is currently sitting at 29C.
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Guys hello smile.gif please help me smile.gif i want OC my card with Curve , but dont know how frown.gif Help smile.gif
post #4198 of 10420
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Gaming X card here. I run 30% fan speed at idle. Card is currently sitting at 29C.

Damn, probably should have noted that I have the FE
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I hope we can really get statistics on this thread so we can average things out.
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post #4200 of 10420
Got my second card from Nvidia, first was EVGA
First limited by 2025
Second card first test on stock cooling 1.093 2125.. temps going to high.. maybe water + Strix bios?
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