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I've been burned 2x with SLi so I am a firm believer in buying the best you can afford until the next gen. I'll probably keep this card till Volta TI or the next fully unlocked Titan and get one of those. thumb.gif

It depends on what resolution you're running. Years ago, 7680x1440 was only possible with two GTX Titans/780 Ti's if you even wanted to attempt to hit 60 fps. Most modern games can be played with a single GTX 1080 Ti now though there are still plenty of games that require two GTX 1080 Ti's just to hit 60 fps at nvidia surround resolutions. Once the 4k 144hz monitors hit the market, enthusiasts are going to have to adopt sli to even have any semblance of hope to reach the required fps. Personally, I have two FTW3's on preorder which gives me pause since I replaced my 7680x1440 set up with a lg c6 that's only 4k. I could probably get by with a single 1080 Ti, but there are plenty of games out there that will still require lowering settings to hit the magic 60 fps number.
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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.

My GPU actually loses max frequency beyond 1.075, so I capped it at that.
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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
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.

Yea - I'm thinking the fans are dead. What's odd is that there are TWO and neither one works - what are the odds of that?

I also tried using a fan controller (Lamptron FC5 V2) that has 30W/12V per channel (4-channel) and cranking that up to 12V doesn't make the fans spin either!

Definitely something wrong with the fans but it's so weird that I was able to use the PC for so long without the CPU overheating? LOL.. I was oblivious about it until last night.

Grr.. time to return these and get some replacements.
     
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What would you advise me ?
Go to SLI of GTX 1080 or go to single GTX 1080Ti ?

Personnally, I would go to single GTX 1080Ti, because :
- Easier to resale a GTX1080 now than 2 GTX1080 in some months
- Less potential games incompatibility
- Less power
- Less spent money at the end...

What's you opinion ?
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What would you advise me ?
Go to SLI of GTX 1080 or go to single GTX 1080Ti ?

Personnally, I would go to single GTX 1080Ti, because :
- Easier to resale a GTX1080 now than 2 GTX1080 in some months
- Less potential games incompatibility
- Less power
- Less spent money at the end...

What's you opinion ?

Single 1080Ti.
post #4556 of 10828
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Originally Posted by Mad Pistol View Post

Hahahahahaha.... no tongue.gif


1 single fast card > 2 somewhat fast cards... always.

If money was not an option tongue.gif

4 fastest cards possible> 3fastest cards possible>2fastest cards possible>1fastest cards possible>> 2 somewhat fast cards... always
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What would you advise me ?
Go to SLI of GTX 1080 or go to single GTX 1080Ti ?

Personnally, I would go to single GTX 1080Ti, because :
- Easier to resale a GTX1080 now than 2 GTX1080 in some months
- Less potential games incompatibility
- Less power
- Less spent money at the end...

What's you opinion ?

Have you got a 1080 already?
decause a 1080 Ti is absolutly smashing my LG UC99-38w thats 3840x1600p in any game so far
Edited by feznz - 4/9/17 at 5:38pm
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2 1080Ti's would be ideal, BUT that would put you at the mercy of SLi implementation in games; scaling and whether it's even supported.
Would also cost you ~$200-250 more. Worse case scenario you play a game without SLI support and you have a $750 brick sitting in your rig sucking up power and not contributing any performance at all.

I think the TXp on water or with a hybrid cooler is the best bang for your buck assuming you can shell out $1300 USD for it. If not get 1 1080Ti with an extreme oc like the Aurous and be happy for ~$775. thumb.gif

1400$ for two Ti's would be the best bet. One Ti is pretty close in performance to an Xp then the added benefit of another card for SLI games is a huge bonus, only if you're gaming at 4k. Anything below 4k, the single cards would be perfect.
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So I just got my hands on an Aorus non extreme after all. Afterburner only lets me bump power limit up to 125%, do I need to use Gigabyte's software to get to 150%? Or is there some other trick? Would really like to stick with Afterburner.

Cooler is absolutely fantastic BTW. Full load temps with both cards at 100% fan speed:

MSI FE 2000MHz @ 1.000v = 71c
Aorus 2012MHz @ 1.011v = 44c thumb.gif
Edited by prelude514 - 4/9/17 at 6:32pm
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So I just got my hands on an Aorus non extreme after all. Afterburner only lets me bump power limit up to 125%, do I need to use Gigabyte's software to get to 150%? Or is there some other trick? Would really like to stick with Afterburner.

Cooler is absolutely fantastic BTW. Full load temps with both cards at 100% fan speed:

MSI FE 2000MHz @ 1.000v = 71c
Aorus 2012MHz @ 1.011v = 44c thumb.gif

Wow. Those are amazing temps on air cooling. I bet it's a fair bit quieter to boot.
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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.
CTRL+L on your target voltage to lock it.
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