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post #5071 of 10809
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how OCD are you? Will it bother you if you cant keep a certain clock or do you just want to know you have a strong OC/card? B/c if it's going to bother you, you will be power limited with t he FE at times and not with the Aorus. However, said power limiting (while being quite bothersome to the ole OCD) only amounts to a ~0.5% - 2% difference AT MOST in actual performance.
I do not play benchmarks but I had the card that holds over 2000 MHz. I'm going to use it on 24/7 folding and sometimes some game.
About overclocking .. I can move the scroll bars in the afterburner.thumb.gif
BTW: the difference between Aorus and Aorus Xtreme?
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Since I got water cooling my voltages are higher and I never hit the power limit. It is really strange. Before I was hitting the limit all the time.
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Here's my 1080p Extreme run. Started at 2088, then held 2076 throughout (tongue.gif) , max temp 47c on air. Dat's nasty.

Damn, that's a nice card. 47C on air wut? lol..you living in antarctica?
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Ok, I know that my card can get stable at 2076. But I have two problems with that. First I can't curve it to 2076 because it will downcloack after 61C to 2063. That can't be avoided on air. However when I set card up to 2088 so it will downclock to 2076 it crashes often at 2088 before it can downclock itself to 2076 where it can stay stable.

How Can I make this card STAY at this 2076? Any ideas?
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How much thermal grizzly kryonaut would I need if I want to put it on my GPU, CPU and have some left over for the future? Would 3.9grams be enough?
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So my Aorus non-Extreme is a terrible clocker and seems to have other issues. I had traded in what I consider a golden MSI FE which would do 2000mhz at only 0.993v. That's pretty good, right?

The store still has my FE card. I've just about convinced myself to go get it back and pick up an AIO and shunt mod it. 2 questions:

1) For the shunt mod, I'd prefer soldering a wire on each PCI-e connectors shunt. A single stand of thin aluminium speaker wire should do the trick? Or should I use copper wire?

2) This will be the first time I put an AIO on a gpu. These things are meant for CPUs, do I need to mod the AIO at all? Are there brackets that are sold? I'm looking ideally for a 120mm thick rad AIO as that's all that my current case will accommodate. If performance is really better with a 240mm, I could make that work as well. What are the general recommendations for AIO on a 1080Ti? I want the best cooling performance. Here's where I'll be buying the AIO from most likely:

http://www.canadacomputers.com/index.php?cPath=8

Oh, and are the VRMs decent on FE cards? Haven't found any info on them.
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Ok, I know that my card can get stable at 2076. But I have two problems with that. First I can't curve it to 2076 because it will downcloack after 61C to 2063. That can't be avoided on air. However when I set card up to 2088 so it will downclock to 2076 it crashes often at 2088 before it can downclock itself to 2076 where it can stay stable.

How Can I make this card STAY at this 2076? Any ideas?

You're fighting thermal throttling, not much you can really do besides improving your temperatures. Maybe buy some kryonaut and re-tim.
post #5078 of 10809
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If I decide to upgrade my 2600K to a new CPU that is most practical to handle a 1080Ti which is it going to be? Or do you guys recommend waiting for newer CPU's?
7700k, 5775c, or wait for 7740k are pretty much the options. If you already had a z97, that'd be a no-brainer. If you are investing in a whole new platform, I'd wait for x299, it just got bumped up to computex reveal. They should be out by summer.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/12/17 at 12:28pm
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post #5079 of 10809
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I do not play benchmarks but I had the card that holds over 2000 MHz. I'm going to use it on 24/7 folding and sometimes some game.
About overclocking .. I can move the scroll bars in the afterburner.thumb.gif
BTW: the difference between Aorus and Aorus Xtreme?
+25 clocks off the top and a better backplate. Otherwise it's the same. Possible caveat being their GPU gauntlet , so extreme probably has a better chance of being a 2088+ chip.

Here's my best 4k optimized. Can't quite hit that 10, 400 :/
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Damn, that's a nice card. 47C on air wut? lol..you living in antarctica?
I have the fan on 100% which on the Arus REALLY clears out the heat. it's 70f/21c ambient and i did open up the window on my case for 3c to keep me under 50c. But even door closed and fan on normal 1:1 curve on long gaming sessions I usually never pass 60c. I did the kyronaut re-paste, too, that helps 5c+.
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Ok, I know that my card can get stable at 2076. But I have two problems with that. First I can't curve it to 2076 because it will downcloack after 61C to 2063. That can't be avoided on air. However when I set card up to 2088 so it will downclock to 2076 it crashes often at 2088 before it can downclock itself to 2076 where it can stay stable.

How Can I make this card STAY at this 2076? Any ideas?
that was my exact situation pre-kyro re-pasting but now I keep that bin because of the 5c gained. You can set the 2088 bin to 2076, too, to avoid that crash. still lock it there but it's clock will hold on the voltage switch.
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How much thermal grizzly kryonaut would I need if I want to put it on my GPU, CPU and have some left over for the future? Would 3.9grams be enough?
should be about 4 uses in that. they sell a 1 gram so that is about 1 use. I got the 5.5 gram tube on Ebay for $21, though. That was a buy right there. Did 3 gpus and 2 cpus with that and I have 1 use left.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/12/17 at 12:33pm
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How much thermal grizzly kryonaut would I need if I want to put it on my GPU, CPU and have some left over for the future? Would 3.9grams be enough?

Should be plenty bud, I always buy the 11 gram tubes, and it last for a lot of CPUs GPUs.
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