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Originally Posted by Qba73 View Post

Timespy, cpu looks to be holding me under 10k. and ti dropped from 2062 to 2050. well good for me cause im not going water anytime soon.

9k is beast in Timespy for 4 cores. 9.5k even more so. we usually go by graphics score, which you killed!
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Originally Posted by joder View Post

Even at 0% it is still running 60+ watts. I am not sure *** is happening on my card.
i run in optimized mode, that's why it's so low.
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Even at 0% it is still running 60+ watts. I am not sure *** is happening on my card.
i run in optimized mode, that's why it's so low.
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Originally Posted by illypso View Post

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
sorry, bro. Try this. Just list it on EBAY, say you are on Overclockers.net and have a pro's 4790k, delidded and all, for "only" $350. Tell them what volts to set it at and what clock frequency. Do it like you are the Silicon Lottery Store.

Just leave it up and you WILL get the "sold" email, I promise. People on a z97 board who know very little about computers can still drop in a 4790k now that they are sick of their 4690k, but cant build a new rig. Im telling you, homey. It'll sell, especially if you list it with "Best Offer accepted". Somebody will throw up a $300 at you first day.
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Only reason I haven't bought a 5775C is because Broadwell-C doesn't work on Z87

Such a shame...
That really does suck. Another way they used to kill it off pre-launch. Called it a "C" so peeps think it doesn't overclock, and set it at a measly 3.3, too. ALL to trick people into upgrading to yet ANOTHER platform. SHAMEFUL
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Originally Posted by ThingyNess View Post

If you folks really want to see some power-throttling insanity, try running it in 'custom' mode with 8k resolution, but with the '4k optimized' shaders.

On my 1070 with a 200w power limit (up from 150w default, so 33% higher!) I get no throttling at all in 8k res with the 8k shaders, but it hits that power limit hard with the '4k optimized' shaders.

It might not be obvious, but the '4k optimized' shaders are less complex than the '8k optimized' shaders, and both of those are less complex than the Medium or Extreme ones.

On 4k Extreme on my 1070, it only gets like 2.5fps, haha. Even if this benchmark supported SLI (which it doesn't for now), 4-way SLI Titan Xp would still be a slideshow at 4k Extreme.
this bench will be used for the next decade.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/12/17 at 12:42am
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If you folks really want to see some power-throttling insanity, try running it in 'custom' mode with 8k resolution, but with the '4k optimized' shaders.

On my 1070 with a 200w power limit (up from 150w default, so 33% higher!) I get no throttling at all in 8k res with the 8k shaders, but it hits that power limit hard with the '4k optimized' shaders.

It might not be obvious, but the '4k optimized' shaders are less complex than the '8k optimized' shaders, and both of those are less complex than the Medium or Extreme ones.

On 4k Extreme on my 1070, it only gets like 2.5fps, haha. Even if this benchmark supported SLI (which it doesn't for now), 4-way SLI Titan Xp would still be a slideshow at 4k Extreme.
this bench will be used for the next decade.
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Asus BIOS at 2062 1.025v, no shunt mod, barely throttles, can do memory higher than stock BIOS stable at +659.

about the memory, that means that your memory can take more than the stock bios will allow. It gets that power from the 6-pin iirc, but it also shares it with part of the gpu. I dont remember exactly but Wizard's pcb breakdown mentions it. ASUS bios is giving you power differently, or either you have an amazing Mobo and it is giving you extra juice than most of us can get thru your PCI on your mobo. Plus your PSU in general is nasty.
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this bench will be used for the next decade.
about the memory, that means that your memory can take more than the stock bios will allow. It gets that power from the 6-pin iirc, but it also shares it with part of the gpu. I dont remember exactly but Wizard's pcb breakdown mentions it. ASUS bios is giving you power differently, or either you have an amazing Mobo and it is giving you extra juice than most of us can get thru your PCI on your mobo. Plus your PSU in general is nasty.

I don't mean this as a joke, but he could very well have a magic PSU lol.

I know he has two separate pci-e cables but that shouldn't make a difference since they're pulling form the same rail.

Could be his mobo.
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

I don't mean this as a joke, but he could very well have a magic PSU lol.
it's not impossible to get extra perf because of an amazing PSU and Mobo combo. Especially stability and consistency wise, no doubt about it.
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Asus Strix GTX 1080 Ti @ 2088MHz.



http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1524806
Edited by Asmola - 4/12/17 at 12:59am
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I am now in work but I want to play around with my card more when I get back.

So far what I have discovered:

Voltage Curve:

At 1.093 it does 2088 but downclocks to 2076. It was stable most of the time, but 1 per 3 benchmarks it crashes Heaven close to end

At 1.081 If I set it to 2088 or 2076 It downclock to 2063 on core and stays stable all the time.

Both cases with +550 memory.


Now question- what can I do to improve this? I don’t really understand what conclusions should I get from those results.

Funny fact- Heaven score at 1.081 V 2063 was better than 2076 at 1.093 (not much).

Anyway to push clocks higher to keep them stable?

I am noob with this Voltage curve.

Also I didn’t monitor Power in GPU-Z, should I do it and what should I look for?
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I am now in work but I want to play around with my card more when I get back.

So far what I have discovered:

Voltage Curve:

At 1.093 it does 2088 but downclocks to 2076. It was stable most of the time, but 1 per 3 benchmarks it crashes Heaven close to end

At 1.081 If I set it to 2088 or 2076 It downclock to 2063 on core and stays stable all the time.

Both cases with +550 memory.


Now question- what can I do to improve this? I don’t really understand what conclusions should I get from those results.

Funny fact- Heaven score at 1.081 V 2063 was better than 2076 at 1.093 (not much).

Anyway to push clocks higher to keep them stable?

I am noob with this Voltage curve.

Also I didn’t monitor Power in GPU-Z, should I do it and what should I look for?

Not a lot, besides the shunt mod. It's just how GPU Boost works. Increasing the core offset obviously helps if you're stable at the next bin
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I went ahead and triggered my step up from the 1080 to the Ti. Not sure if I'll decide on keeping it or selling it for an AIB.
 
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The point about memory power draw is not insignficant. Having a play around with superposition 4K benchmark.

With my custom curve and no mem OC it's happy to sit in the 1.05v and 1.43v bins. Plug in the 500Mhz OC on the Memory and its tapping the 0.962v bin on occasion, although the extra bandwith yields a massive 500 point improvement in scores (9700 versus 10200).
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@Thingyness

This is quite interesting, the stock bios at some point pulled 332 Watts and then software+hardware kicked in and told it to back off.



Here's to hoping there is a way to turn of this regulator that kicks it down to 300 Watts

332 is just a power spike, but that's pretty extreme smile.gif

Also the Asus bios does give a bit more power maybe 5+w so in the nicest possible terms, don't discredit it as being no gain at all, infact if you were boardline power limiting with FE bios it can actually remove that power limiting which is maybe what Kedarwolf is seeing. I wasn't getting any power limit issues with the Asus bios either, but I was seeing voltage limiting which I think was just vrel. Notably the FE bios is about one bin less in stability for me, but even that might be one bin higher performance at lower voltage than the Asus.

No way I'm pulling the waterblock back off to do a shunt mod, so still holding out and hoping for a power boost for the FE bios smile.gif
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