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4k result

running 2062

very nice, man. Looks like the good clockers can hit 10k in this. In Titan Xp thread JBravo has his hitting 11k. No losers this time around as we are all sitting pretty.

Asus BIOS, 2088 core at 1.062v, 6147 memory,only thing I changed in Nvidia Control Panel was Single Display Performace Mode and Power Mode to Performance. smile.gif It's over a 300 point jump in my stock FE BIOS at 1.062v 2062, memory was 6112 I think.

    
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Asus BIOS, 2088 core at 1.062v, 6147 memory,only thing I changed in Nvidia Control Panel was Single Display Performace Mode and Power Mode to Performance. smile.gif It's over a 300 point jump in my stock FE BIOS at 1.062v 2062, memory was 6112 I think.

Nice. I'm updating my drivers and switching the nvidia settings to see if I get any difference. I'm hitting a power wall on air/stock bios.

EDIT: already had performance and single settings. Guess the power limit is my enemy now.
Edited by joder - 4/11/17 at 7:10pm
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Asus BIOS, only thing I changed in Nvidia Control Panel was Single Display Performace Mode and Power Mode to Performance. smile.gif


yup always switch to single and performance thumb.gif

saw your tutorial, very informative thank you, I never tried the curve route until I saw it, much better that conventional I feel.
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@KedarWolf

What does your "C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\NVSMI\nvidia-smi.exe" -q -d power show?
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Never realized that monkeying with monitor modes and power in the control panel makes much of a difference. But 2% is still 2% biggrin.gif

Normal mode: 2 monitors, adaptive



Single monitor, performance:



Shunt modded @ 2100/6156
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Never realized that monkeying with monitor modes and power in the control panel makes much of a difference. But 2% is still 2% biggrin.gif

Normal mode: 2 monitors, adaptive



Single monitor, performance:



Shunt modded @ 2100/6156

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Never realized that monkeying with monitor modes and power in the control panel makes much of a difference. But 2% is still 2% biggrin.gif

Normal mode: 2 monitors, adaptive



Single monitor, performance:



Shunt modded @ 2100/6156

Any tips on doing the shunt mod?
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It will be interesting to see if @bloodhawk can mod the bios and flash it with higher power limits.

Interesting enough I have a higher idle power draw than you do. I noticed the fan from uses 6-7 watts at full speed on the FE. She will be under water within the week so I'll have a few watts back smile.gif.


Damn really? What speed is your fan running at to zap that much power?
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Damn really? What speed is your fan running at to zap that much power?

Even at 0% it is still running 60+ watts. I am not sure *** is happening on my card.
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Well here are the best scores my MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X can do.


Superposition 4k




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