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post #4961 of 10609
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Even at 0% it is still running 60+ watts. I am not sure *** is happening on my card.

here is mine

post #4962 of 10609
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Originally Posted by Qba73 View Post

here is mine


Interesting. My power draw 15W after a reboot.

EDIT: Noticed it goes up to 61W after I start up the Superposition bechmark loader.
Edited by joder - 4/11/17 at 8:13pm
post #4963 of 10609
Amp! extreme review over on tweaktown.

http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/8140/zotac-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-amp-extreme-edition-review/index12.html

Is it just me or is a review of a pascal card completely useless without looking at, at least, sustained clocks? Power limit not mentioned once in all 13 unique, clicktastic pages (each of which delivers a fresh set of ads)?

Doesn't stop them from arriving at this conclusion:

If you want the fastest graphics card known to man, it's right here: ZOTAC's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP! Extreme Edition - ready for gaming now, and in the future.

Shameful.
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post #4964 of 10609
Here is my MSi 1080 Ti Gaming X

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post #4965 of 10609
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Is it just me or is a review of a pascal card completely useless without looking at, at least, sustained clocks? Power limit not mentioned once in all 13 unique, clicktastic pages (each of which delivers a fresh set of ads)?

...

Shameful.

post #4966 of 10609
In 19 hours I'll be back across the country and home. My Aorus was delivered last Saturday!!! Can't wait to play!
post #4967 of 10609
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In 19 hours I'll be back across the country and home. My Aorus was delivered last Saturday!!! Can't wait to play!

Were you the one in New Orleans?
post #4968 of 10609
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Any tips on doing the shunt mod?

I only put it on the two resistors near the PCIE power plugs, cause I think the 3rd one near the bottom is the PCIE slot power.

Just dab a bit of CLU on the brush and paint a layer of it over the top of the resistor. Make sure to fully bridge the terminals but not to get any on the solder on the sides. Taping up the vicinity with black electrical tape can help you spot any stray CLU and give some peace of mind, but not necessary.
post #4969 of 10609
If you guys have max performance mode on, your card wont' downclock to idle clocks. It will stay like at 1500 Mhz.

Make sure you select performance mode for benchmarks but don't do it at a global level unless you want to waste electricity.
post #4970 of 10609
I think it does downclock eventually, but yeah, it seems to hang around at ~1480Mhz under no load for a while before reverting to a proper idle state.

Does single monitor actually disable multi monitors? Or just change the way the card handles them?
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