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Reddit is not exactly the most credible source.

Here's the post I was talking about for a 1080 (not Ti)

"I opened a window version of Unigine Valley and checked the FPS at a certain point and paused it. At stock memory it was 106 FPS. Raising it up to +600 made it drop to 102 FPS so i slowly decreased it by -10 each time and then -1 when i noticed a leap in performance. Ended up with +457 which gave me 113 FPS, the SECOND i raised it to 458 it dropped to 102 again.

Recommend you all do it. Could be getting less FPS than stock just by being +1 memory over your "limit" so to say. I chose Valley because it is a memory sensitive benchmark. smile.gif

Tested with an EVGA FE 1080 w/ EK block"

It doesn't sound too far-fetched to me.

Did a test with TimeSpy, dropped memory from 562 to 456, TimeSpy went UP from 10553 to 10585. thumb.gif
    
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What happens when you drop memory to 400? Did performance start going down?
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Exactly....

I wire snipped off the fan portion of the g10 bracket leaving just the portion used to hold down the AIO and then used a bench grinder + file to clean it up some so that the cut bracket would clear any protrusions within the 1080ti cooler housing. I then had to use an appropriately sized copper shim between the NZXT pump block and the die to bridge the gap to the core. This in order to keep the stock shroud and fan cooling the VRM and the rest of the board. Liquid metal on the die + shim with liquid tape surrounding it to be safe (peels right off like you'd expect tape to). Same for the shunt mod to kill off any possible TDP throttle prior to voltage.

How thick is your shim? I might attack my H55 using zip ties... Lol.
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Question for owners and ponderers: Would you get a 1440p G-Sync panel for futureproofing, or a 1080p G-Sync panel so that the card can actually drive current games up to the panel's capabilities?
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Question for owners and ponderers: Would you get a 1440p G-Sync panel for futureproofing, or a 1080p G-Sync panel so that the card can actually drive current games up to the panel's capabilities?

It will perform better at higher resolutions.. 1440p+. DigitalFoundry did a great comparison, 1080ti at 4k vs 960, 480, and 970 at 1080p. Their overclocked 6700k bottlenecked at 1080p.

Edited by bfedorov11 - 3/11/17 at 9:41am
    
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I got no updates from fedex mad.gif

Same here 7:47 pm label created from newegg with overnight+Saturday shipping. I'm thinking they didn't make the cut off time for Saturday and will be delivered on Monday.
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Same here 7:47 pm label created from newegg with overnight+Saturday shipping. I'm thinking they didn't make the cut off time for Saturday and will be delivered on Monday.


Bad news... redface.gif
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Same here 7:47 pm label created from newegg with overnight+Saturday shipping. I'm thinking they didn't make the cut off time for Saturday and will be delivered on Monday.
mine says same thing, hasn't changed, I'm hoping their system just hasn't caught up or something. If that's not the case though, I'm getting my overnight, and sat delivery money back.
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Their overclocked 6700k bottlenecked at 1080p.

The crazier thing is that they were even seeing occasional - and slight - CPU bottlenecking at 1440p on the 1080 Ti.

CPUs really have just not kept up at all with the demands of games and GPUs. Really hope AMD lights a fire under Intel's ass so we can get real CPU improvements to keep pace with GPUs again.
Edited by BigMack70 - 3/11/17 at 9:57am
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Here's the plus side.....as games get more GPU demanding, the bottleneck will go away, because there will be less FPS to draw.

My system is 1080ti ready.....bought a new power supply to drive it.....also picked up a rival 700 for the heck of it wink.gif But man it's a pain changing stuff out on a mini itx system that's for sure, basically had to take everything out but the motherboard and ram. But it did need a bit of dusting anyways.

Pro tip guys: I just bought an ED500 DataVac electrical duster, it's great replacement for canned air. Cost $60, but it'll pay for itself before long. I've seen people with 10 year old ones, so they're sturdy too.
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