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Hey peeps, when bench testing with Heaven or 3DMark or running any game, you want to change your Nvidia control panel to Single Display Performance Mode and Power Management Mode to Prefer Maximum Performance in the actual game profile.

If you set Prefer Maximum Performance in Global settings your card may not downclock properly when just web browsing and stuff.

Using these options will give you a bit more stability and give you an extra bin or two at the same voltages. biggrin.gif

I noticed also you had a option for cpu under the power management I don't have that option. is that do to me using the 2nd gpu for PhysX? instead of cpu
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dang, dude, that's a DIAMOND gpu. Very rare. It must have been cut from the very center of the die. It's like the heart of a watermelon!

Thx, seems I got lucky this time smile.gif cold water is what makes the difference and lets me use the voltage more noticeably than previous cards, well for me at least,

Strix bios seems to give similar benchmark results to the orginal, at least on "The Division" benchmark. drops the power limit nicely but does seem to have some voltage limit spikes even when it has more voltage bins available or when you give it more than it should need at that clk. Bit weird but it does allow me to go a bit higher again,

2152 is ok at 1.081 well benchable at least and max power is down to 107% thru 5 passes



2164 I got to pass once at 1.093, might be more usuable with more voltage but that's all is available for now



the voltage limit causes a little dip or two, but its ok on power at least smile.gif

I think 2139 or less is where its gameable, and probably better on the original bios, except I would be power limiting with a memory bump. Would be close though.

around +549 seemed to scale well, +597 didn't see a huge jump, and +649 took a hit, so somewhere around +500~ is probably safe. Notably it was a nice jump in performance and only added about 4% power up to 111%



didn't play with driver settings either which may have helped.
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I can officially be a member of this fancy, seductive, flirtatious, erotic owners club biggrin.gif

- MSI 1080 Ti GAMING X, my second MSI card other than a reference GTX 480 that I used to have. Upgraded from a Zotac AMP! Extreme 980 Ti
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Thanks brother. Really looking forward to it. What fan speed are you running for those temps, and what's the approximate ambient temperature? I plan on running it at 100%, really don't mind the noise. I'm running my FE at 100% and it's completely fine for me. Loud = reference 290X in my book. I'm hoping to maintain 2075-2100 with that generous 375W TDP!
it's honestly inaudible until ~75% and never gets louder even at 100%, that's just 2700 rpms on this. i just run it 1:1 curve except drop it to zero at 39 and it goes full silent fan stop mode. Thing is awesome. Here, I didnt have this luxury while I waited. Get you a taste, bro https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gF17qhRLZ_0

mine is several bins better than his, and he's not a good OCer at all. Keep that in mind on his tests. The vid has a breakdown, though, and that was cool. I did it today already. Those fans are hard to unplug. he had trouble, too.
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Just got my 2nd 1080ti, pop it in with a old ribon sli bridge. Seems to work well too

about 2000mhz jumping around because the 2nd it stock so temp and power limit.
Did not tune anything

Firestrike 26186 http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12251685
Firestrike ultra 12389 http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12251853


I feel like my cpu is holding me.

But no more money for now wink.gif

bread and water for a while than a new CPU or maybe full water for both.
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Just got my 2nd 1080ti, pop it in with a old ribon sli bridge. Seems to work well too

about 2000mhz jumping around because the 2nd it stock so temp and power limit.
Did not tune anything

Firestrike 26186 http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12251685
Firestrike ultra 12389 http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12251853


I feel like my cpu is holding me.

But no more money for now wink.gif

bread and water for a while than a new CPU or maybe full water for both.
You are being held by that ribbon, homey. You need an HB bridge, stat!

OMG, you are on a 4790k and just admitted money is tight now. GET THE 5775c and sell that 4790k. I have already talked 5 people into it, and all of them have done it for $50 or less net. Some broke even. like @Palotte, he sold his 4790k and got his 5775c on zero dollars. That is the best upgrade ever, easy peasy, and freeasy.
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I just got a FE 1080 Ti, and it runs at 2050mhz 1.062v max fan speed. What overclock can I expect to reach if I put it under water?
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I just got a FE 1080 Ti, and it runs at 2050mhz 1.062v max fan speed. What overclock can I expect to reach if I put it under water?
2050 @ 1.062v or lower biggrin.gif

Don't expect it to improve - the benefit is if you keep it cool, you won't clock down and it will be quieter.
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Guys, I encounter flashing of the screen at boot up, is that normal? This never happen to my previous card.



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