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So I wanted to share some GPU-Z graphs. Perhaps the ASUS Bios truly is helping as you can see in the perf cap graph, the stock bios is hitting power limits (green) and GPU Utilization limits (grey) more often than the MSI and ASUS bios.

This is Witcher 3 which is hovering around 95 FPS average at 1440P on Ultra with Hair works. This game draws A LOT of power when playing.

Anyone here with the shunt mod and GPU-Z graphs? I think shunt mod might be the only way to truly get over the power limits of the FE cards.
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Too off topic man. Make a thread in one of the cpu threads.

But my advice is to connect fans into your mobo and control it yourself. Screw cam.

I did make a thread but nobody responded.

Anyway, I tried plugging in one fan to teh CPU_FAN header on the mobo directly, and IT STILL DOESN'T SPIN! mad.gif
     
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Agree in 8/10 cases. AVG FPS isn't as important as 1% and .1% lows. Which both Mass Effect Andromeda and Ghost Recon Suffer greatly from due to poor optimization, the gap widens even more beyond 2460x1440. I was averaging 48fps in ghost recon Wildlands and 42 FPS in Mass Effect Andromeda @ 4k maxed out with the TI, I'm now getting 56FPS average in Wildlands and 50FPS in Mass Effect Andromeda. thumb.gif
I'd love to, except I beat the game last night and uninstalled it :-( And comecast data caps suck.

But there's my heaven score at 2100mhz. rolleyes.gif

Impressive. Great clocks. Are those on the reference cooler or are you water-cooled? If it's on the gosh awful reference cooler, that is truly impressive. Glad that you are seeing gains in things that really matter ... Games. 😎
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I did make a thread but nobody responded.

Anyway, I tried plugging in one fan to teh CPU_FAN header on the mobo directly, and IT STILL DOESN'T SPIN! mad.gif

Sorry man. Tried plugging it into another header to see if those work? If you are using any type of splitter or reducer, I would take those off.
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I still consider myself a overclocking noobie, but I wanted to share
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I did make a thread but nobody responded.

Anyway, I tried plugging in one fan to teh CPU_FAN header on the mobo directly, and IT STILL DOESN'T SPIN! mad.gif

Your fan just sounds like its dead man. If you're plugging it into other headers and it wont' spin even at startup, it's just dead.
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any of you guys running aftermarket air coolers in sli with these cards or recent pascal? how i sthe heat output into the case? see any issues with other temps rising?
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I'm #1 in teh world with the Broadwell i-7 5775c in Firestrike Ultra biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif :"
somehow beat the guy with two Titan X in sli in 2nd place finally.

http://www.3dmark.com/search#/?mode=advanced&url=/proxycon/ajax/search/cpu/fs/R/2007/7431?minScore=6487&cpuName=Intel Core i7-5775C


#1 in Timespy for this cpu, too, if limited to 1 gpu.
http://www.3dmark.com/search#/?mode=advanced&url=/proxycon/ajax/search/cpu/spy/P/2007/500000?minScore=0&cpuName=Intel Core i7-5775C


Bang, another one bites the dust!!!! http://www.3dmark.com/search#/?mode=advanced&url=/proxycon/ajax/search/cpugpu/fs/X/2007/1127/14399?minScore=12800&cpuName=Intel Core i7-5775C&gpuName=NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

THIS IS FUN!!!!
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So I wanted to share some GPU-Z graphs. Perhaps the ASUS Bios truly is helping as you can see in the perf cap graph, the stock bios is hitting power limits (green) and GPU Utilization limits (grey) more often than the MSI and ASUS bios.

This is Witcher 3 which is hovering around 95 FPS average at 1440P on Ultra with Hair works. This game draws A LOT of power when playing.

Anyone here with the shunt mod and GPU-Z graphs? I think shunt mod might be the only way to truly get over the power limits of the FE cards.

Shunt mod reporting in. No GPU-Z graphs or Witcher 3 but I'm hitting 350-380W (guessing using wall meter) at 100% TDP. I put more thermal pads on the backside of the PCB because the VRM caps and inductors still get really hot.



This is in Fire Strike Extreme Stress Test, so it's pretty much worst case.
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That is impressive.

I've noticed Graphics Test 2 in Timespy tends to send my card running down through the bins more than any other of the benches I've been playing with. Can get it to dance in the 2100/1.093 bin in 3DMark runs but actual heavy gaming loads this card will freeze at 2075 after a few minutes. Keep falling back to old faithful 2062/1.031 for actual gaming.

I wonder if the changing of frequency/voltage has an impact on stability. i.e. a card might be better off staying at 2100/1.093 rather than trying to back off to lower voltage bins due to the stock power limit.
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Shunt mod reporting in. No GPU-Z graphs or Witcher 3 but I'm hitting 350-380W (guessing using wall meter) at 100% TDP. I put more thermal pads on the backside of the PCB because the VRM caps and inductors still get really hot.



This is in Fire Strike Extreme Stress Test, so it's pretty much worst case.

Wow that's great! I might consider the shunt mod one day, it would only net me 0.5% performance lol. Maybe not worth it.

I guess the only thing that is limiting you is VRel. Not sure if that's critical at all since our voltage is locked to 1.092 max.
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