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That seems about right to me. I still need to do some benching though. I delidded my cpu and I have a heatkiller water block on my MSI FE.

Just so I am clear here, I didn't have it actually installed in a loop yet, so no actual water in the block.
post #4372 of 10560
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This MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X is pretty beast @ 2.1GHz... almost 32K graphics score in Firestrike.



Nice card !!
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This MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X is pretty beast @ 2.1GHz... almost 32K graphics score in Firestrike.


You should be doing well over 32K graphics score with 2.1Ghz, I've pushed over 32K with only 2063

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You should be doing well over 32K graphics score with 2.1Ghz, I've pushed over 32K with only 2063

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It's probably not a 100% stable run, all I did was turn the core clock and memory sliders all the way up without really tinkering with it.

I'll hone in to get a max stable speeds, can probably increase my score as well.
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Some OC discoveries of mine.

1. Memory and core can perform well or against one another. Anything below 2050, +400 Mhz on memory did better than +450. Above that, +450 was better.

2. The Asus strix bios actually does have its uses.

Earlier I posted many of my benchmarking results showing the stock bios scoring better than the ASUS Strix bios. I finally found a core clock and voltage where both stock and Asus bios perform 0.5% from one another in heaven. The stock still scores a little higher. This is 2088 Mhz on the core at 1.061V

Although the stock bios scores higher, there are games that are heavily gpu intense, Witcher 3 being one of them. These games draw lots of better.

Gameplay is smoother and more stable in Witcher 3 with the ASUS bios because of that extra 30 watts.

3. Even with 10% extra TDP, In Witcher 3, I can see slow downs more often due to temperature. But the fps for Witcher 3 is very consistent on the Asus bios. This game demands a lot of power.

4. Building off of point 3, it turns out that 10% from the Asus bios is not enough. From my understanding the Asus bios only gives us access to an additional 30 watts of power. Well the Witcher 3 will definitely hit 111% and then clocks will throttle a bin or even 2 bins down. I'm hitting power throttling with the extra power from the Asus bios.

5. Guys with AIO, be prepared to be thermal throttled if you're on a 120mm radiator. That extra 30 watts of power can push you from 45C to 50C where you lose a bin in OCing
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Anyone here who is also planning to get an Aqua Computer block and backplate for their card?
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Loving this card settled for 2038MHz core game stable @ max temp 55°C under water
not the best clocker but it is a beast of a card without OC
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My best TimeSpy score, clean Windows Creator Edition install, 378.92 Nvidia drivers, 2088 core, 6132 memory.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19131596? 10921 band.gif

    
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How did you guys enable voltage control in MSI afterburner?

I tried everything but nothing works... I clicked on Unlock Voltage Control and Unlock Voltage monitoring in MSI Afterburner Settings. I edit MSIAfterburnner cfg file using notepad, I also edited MSIafterburner oem2 file using notepad and still didn't work.

Any other trick? I'm using newest version of MSI afterburner.
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My best TimeSpy score, clean Windows Creator Edition install, 378.92 Nvidia drivers, 2088 core, 6132 memory.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19131596? 10921 band.gif,

See my signature for CPU, memory clocks etc. biggrin.gif

    
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