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Sorry to hijack this thread.

Anyways i already have a Zotac 1080 Amp Edition Kraken G10 Hybrid Kit, and as i found an EVGA FE 1080 TI for $699 i made the purchase... I know the Titan Xp has just been launched and thinks i dont wanna pay for a $1200 card again.

Just wondering i play on a 1440p @ 144Hz, and once i get my EVGA FE 1080Ti im gonna stick my Kracken G10 Hybrid kit on it from my Zotac AE 1080, will i be able to confortably play at 4k virtual resolution on my monitor....

I hope i havent made a bad purchase.... im thinking do the mod on the 1080 TI, then restore my original cooler on my Zotac AE 1080 and sell it, the Zotac AE 1080 is a very good card.

Like i said sometimes well mostly i play games at 1440p @ 144hz all maxed out then sometimes play at virtual resolution @ 4k on some games so long as i can hit 60hz constantly, can the 1080 TI do this ?

What do you all think...

Thanks all..
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Yeah, overclocking nvidia is complete garbage. I'll be jumping ship to Vega when possible, if only because AMD doesn't meddle with what I'm allowed to do with the hardware I own.

They sold us a card that boosts itself to its rated power draw on its own. I honestly don't see the problem.

They could sell us cards that actually did only boost up to the advertised clock speeds out of the box and we'd all be ****ting ourselves over 300+Mhz overclocks.
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They sold us a card that boosts itself to its rated power draw on its own. I honestly don't see the problem.

They could sell us cards that actually did only boost up to the advertised clock speeds out of the box and we'd all be ****ting ourselves over 300+Mhz overclocks.

Agreed! People forget that Boost technology is literally a OC technology for us.
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i'm sure the extreme bios will do it. it was advertised as both of them having 150% power at first online but that is wrong. If you try the bios, report back of course. I am satisfied b/c my FE was a dog and i got at least a 'silver' aorus lul. Although my FE could hit +700+ on the mem before artifacting (never actually saw any. who knows how much farther it could have gone, although probably not much) and this one artifacts in Heaven at +420. rolleyes.gif

oh, here's a better pic of a full run. This time i got zero power throttles. I am at 125% and 90c temp target, no extra volts. 1.05v locked.

http://gpuz.techpowerup.com/17/04/10/apy.png

There must be something wrong with the GPU-Z reading. The perfcap (Util) and TDP all point to the card being idle? When you mean locked at 1.05V do you mean your voltage curve is flat?
Edited by Tikerz - 4/9/17 at 9:17pm
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i bet it works fine. may not need the whole 150% anyway. Only time i power throttle (i always am monitoring) i see it's like 130%, 129%, 131%. I am pretty sure we'd be gucci with 135%.

Please post the extreme bios when you find it.

Just flashed the Extreme F4 beta BIOS from here without issue: http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-X-11GD#support-dl

But power limit was still 125% and default memory speed was still non-Extreme.

So I flashed this guy: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/190959/gigabyte-gtx1080ti-11264-170331

Following the method here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1627212/how-to-flash-strix-1080-ti-bios-in-an-1080-ti-fe

And my card is now an Extreme. biggrin.gifthumb.gif

+150 now available in AB, and default memory clock is now 1404MHz instead of 1376MHz.

Time to beat this card up a bit! devil.gif
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They sold us a card that boosts itself to its rated power draw on its own. I honestly don't see the problem.

They could sell us cards that actually did only boost up to the advertised clock speeds out of the box and we'd all be ****ting ourselves over 300+Mhz overclocks.

The point of being an overclocker is to go past rated power draw, push to the extreme. Proper overclocking of nVidia hardware died with Fermi, unless you're willing to physically modify your card.
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Agreed! People forget that Boost technology is literally a OC technology for us.

If someone is the type that enjoys pressing the automatic overclock button on a motherboard and living with that, that's fine and dandy. Most real overclockers will never touch that button, and don't want to have a company tell them what they can or can not do with their hardware. I'm betting most people on this forum fall into that category.

Let me burn my hardware if I want to. thumb.gif
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Just flashed the Extreme F4 beta BIOS from here without issue: http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-X-11GD#support-dl

But power limit was still 125% and default memory speed was still non-Extreme.

So I flashed this guy: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/190959/gigabyte-gtx1080ti-11264-170331

Following the method here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1627212/how-to-flash-strix-1080-ti-bios-in-an-1080-ti-fe

And my card is now an Extreme. biggrin.gifthumb.gif

+150 now available in AB, and default memory clock is now 1404MHz instead of 1376MHz.

Time to beat this card up a bit! devil.gif

Really? Are you on a FE? I flashed that like 1 hour ago and it was no good. Voltage never goes past 0.7V.

Edit: BTW the F4 beta actually might be drawing more power but it just says 125%, did you actually run a bench on it? If it works out, let me know.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/9/17 at 9:26pm
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Really? Are you on a FE? I flashed that like 1 hour ago and it was no good. Voltage never goes past 0.7V.

Edit: BTW the F4 beta actually might be drawing more power but it just says 125%, did you actually run a bench on it? If it works out, let me know.

No, traded in my FE today for a Aorus non Extreme, which is limited to 125% vs 150% on the Extreme. Sorry for the confusion!
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No, traded in my FE today for a Aorus non Extreme, which is limited to 125% vs 150% on the Extreme. Sorry for the confusion!

Ahhh, okay that makes sense.
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No, traded in my FE today for a Aorus non Extreme, which is limited to 125% vs 150% on the Extreme. Sorry for the confusion!

Extreme or bust I'd say tongue.gif
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