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It is beastly isn't it, that's the first thing I thought (was always a evga guy myself) when I got this card. I event got the master accessory magnetic stand for the slight sag

MasterAccessory Universal VGA Holder (MCA-0005-KUH00) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IQCBKOI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_9vS7ybKEBE9XS

Good idea! The waterblock and backplate should help a bit when they are released (HURRY UP EK!!!). Hey, I need to find that tutorial for setting a voltage curve on the 1080 Ti. Can't seem to find it. Can anyone link me to it? I'm still confused as to what the purpose of setting a curve is, but I'm interested. I tried +100 on the core and it crashed pretty quickly in firestrike. No issues with +50 though.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1627037/best-method-to-overclock-a-1080-ti-under-water-no-shunt-mod-good-under-air-too-lower-temps/0_20

Video here. smile.gif
    
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Thanks!!!! +REP
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You know something else I just realized? You're not running the blower fan correct? That can give you an extra 6W-12W O_o

That can be an extra 2.5-5% of tdp
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I wonder if blood was able to flash the BIOS...?
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I wonder if blood was able to flash the BIOS...?

Same here, although his bios was twice the file size, sounds wrong.
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So I was curious to see oc with no volts and PL at 150% what I can get,

and I was bench and game stable at 2050 at 1.05 volts according to gpuz

also helped my temps to stay at 63c at 60% fan speed

think I'm happy here.


Edit: oh and 500 on mem

I can do 2088 stable but need the volts which also generates more heat


when my FTW3 comes in I will put her through her paces to see what thermals I get.
Edited by Qba73 - 4/12/17 at 7:24pm
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Good idea! The waterblock and backplate should help a bit when they are released (HURRY UP EK!!!). Hey, I need to find that tutorial for setting a voltage curve on the 1080 Ti. Can't seem to find it. Can anyone link me to it? I'm still confused as to what the purpose of setting a curve is, but I'm interested. I tried +100 on the core and it crashed pretty quickly in firestrike. No issues with +50 though.
on these try +64, +77, +90.
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So I was curious to see oc with no volts and PL at 150% what I can get,

and I was bench and game stable at 2050 at 1.05 volts according to gpuz

also helped my temps to stay at 63c at 60% fan speed

think I'm happy here.


I can do 2088 stable but need the volts which also generates more heat


when my FTW3 comes in I will put her through her paces to see what thermals I get.
tolda ya, bro tongue.gif. On these Aorus , ez oc is just no volts, custom fan curve, +51, +64, +77, or +90. If you are very very lucky, +103. that's 2100 right there. Then make 3 or 4 adjustments to a curve and lock it. Done. Bios on these things already has you squared away. If we could stay under 40c, we'd be 2088-2100 all day.
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tolda ya, bro tongue.gif. On these Aorus , ez oc is just no volts, custom fan curve, +51, +64, +77, or +90. If you are very very lucky, +103. that's 2100 right there.

yup you did smile.gif thanks

if I keep the card I will do the Kryonaut to drop some C's wink.gif
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yup you did smile.gif thanks

if I keep the card I will do the Kryonaut to drop some C's wink.gif
I've very happy with mine. In games it's crazy good. Going to be a heavyweight fight between that and the FTW3.
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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.


For the wire, I used a very thin one, that came from a composite cable (because there are the smallest one I could find), it was copper and as small as a hair and very soft (wanted to measure it but I cant find my caliper or the wire I used frown.gif ), I think common speaker wire would be too big. I use it on the 2 shunt coming from the 6 pin and the 8 pin but not on the pciexpress one and it drop my power from 120% max to 80% max without any problem. seeing how small the wire was and how big the drop was, I think it would be easy to lower it too much if the wire is too big
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