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Originally Posted by mshagg View Post

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.

Well we're all extreme OC here. But when review websites do their OC, they actually are taking in consideration of everything, perf cap and all.

That's why they don't just crank voltage to the max and usually clock less than we do on here. They give you an idea of what's a realistic OC for the average OCer.
post #4972 of 10461


Better score here with no voltage and just doing stock +120/+300 on core/mem on FE.
post #4973 of 10461
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Well we're all extreme OC here. But when review websites do their OC, they actually are taking in consideration of everything, perf cap and all.

That's why they don't just crank voltage to the max and usually clock less than we do on here. They give you an idea of what's a realistic OC for the average OCer.

For sure, and when they have a pile of cards to test I wouldn't expect them to spend hours playing with voltage curves. But to not even look at clockspeeds over a benching run actually makes the review borderline useless.
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post #4974 of 10461
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

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.


Stock bios, 2088 core at 1.043V but my memory is lower than yours, 5954 Mhz.



I'm not sure how you scored 300 points more than the stock bios, maybe you need to fix your stock voltage curve. But you should be scoring higher with the stock bios.

Once again, ASUS bios does worse than stock.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/11/17 at 8:55pm
post #4975 of 10461
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Originally Posted by mshagg View Post

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.

I'd also add, without a PCB shot, the conclusions of the review is also worthless.
post #4976 of 10461
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Originally Posted by bloodhawk View Post

I already tried it. Barely made any difference. I tried both conductonaut and CLU. And covering 2 or 3 shunts.
Im not sure what it was , but it barely made a difference for me. Maybe too much or too little LM?

End of the day didnt find it worth the hassle. Just going to hard mod this card till the Ti Classified comes out.

Yeah ill test both the BIOS with the power mods and report back on Wednesday/Thursday.

On my card, at stock, there was a lots of solder resin left from factory install on my shunt, maybe you had to and it was isolation the contact point between the shunt and the CLU. a little scraching/sanding would help. Though I prefer to solder a small wire on top of the 2 shunt.
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Yeah i saw that one, im not entirely sure if that was done properly or not. I have a feeling he dropped the current way too much.

Yes at that time with the resistor, my load had drop too much,, card was reading 50%max and I was having stability problem but from my later test its was because of too much use of artics sylver paste on the cap around the GPU causing instability. I remove that and it was stable, but soldering a wire on my shunt was best for me, I never go over 80% now.
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

i've never ran a loop but i can still answer, one would be fine, especially if you add a chiller. It would require a second one perhaps if you go sli.
considering you can sell your 4790k for ~$300+ it's a ~$50 upgrade.That is the deal of a lifetime as you'll have a whole platform's worth of performance upgrade for that small money. Short answer, yes it still outperforms in highs, lows, and average frames in 4k. The 134mb combined L3+L4 cache vs 8mb cache..... That's a roflstomp. And even in 1440p/4k you'll gain ~20% fps in many titles.

PSA- If you are on z97, the very very very best upgrade you can do in perf per dollar is a drop-in cpu upgrade to Broadwell-C. It's literally a no-brainer, deal of a lifetime. THAT'S why you've never heard about it tbh, Intel tried very hard to kill this thing off.




PLEASE STOP!!!!!!!
or else I wont be able to contain myself and I will buy the 5775C
But my 4790K is delid and late, so it will be hard d to sell it and I will end up stuk with it loll

Everytime I get a hold of myself and say that I dont need it and that its not THAT magical.... you come back and it like magic again, I WANT ONE. loll
post #4978 of 10461
zotac gtx 1080 ti fe blower
+150 +500

post #4979 of 10461
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Originally Posted by Amuro View Post

zotac gtx 1080 ti fe blower
+150 +500


Another Zotac FE person O_O... You're the first person I have met with my card lol
post #4980 of 10461
Only reason I haven't bought a 5775C is because Broadwell-C doesn't work on Z87

Such a shame...
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