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Originally Posted by FuriousReload View Post

I don't have the same CPU they have either.

True but you may want to try a stable run with lets say 2063 on core and lower bin. Just compare if there is a difference.


Which GPU do you have btw?
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True but you may want to try a stable run with lets say 2063 on core and lower bin. Just compare if there is a difference.


Which GPU do you have btw?

I did some at 2076 and they were lower, by about 80 points I want to say?

I have the 1080 Ti FE from the NVidia store, no AIB.
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Nice looking Rig :)

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Do we have something like OC manual for 1080ti?

I just increased core +130 and memory +250 and got 1946 and 11200 Mhz with stable gaming but I`m dislike this noise and waitng water block.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1627037/best-method-to-overclock-a-1080-ti-under-water-no-shunt-mod-good-under-air-too-lower-temps#post_25977285
    
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Just received my MSI 1080ti Gaming X card ...seems nice at glance with stock cooling out of the box ~2100/12k will retest this days again FS GPU score is close to 32k thumb.gif


Edit: Just hit the 117% power limit with thеsе settings...anyway the score looks good to me 11136 GPU ..biggrin.gif

Edited by DStealth - 4/13/17 at 8:53am
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My Grandpa had a copper plate lying around, it was only 1mm though, so I might have to use 2.

Cut them to 45mmx45mm - ish. and sanded them down with 3000grit

will mount it later today.

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1mm will not work, you need 1.5mm or thicker.
post #5268 of 10445
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Originally Posted by c0ld View Post

Then you got a reason to upgrade go for it smile.gif

Isn't there always? smile.gif
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I think so, lol. It needed more than "SP" and "Superposition" is a mouthful. So , SuPo it is.
Agreed, and apparently i am in the minority on this (lol, I'm shocked) but I think the 7740k will be a nice chip. It could clock over 5.5ghz with that extra power headroom and process improvements should net at least a 4770k vs Devil's Canyon situation, and that isn't really even accounting for the increased overclock headroom more power and a way better platform will bring. I am unsure how they will TIM the thing but if it is like all the other HEDT than it will crush a 7700k so to speak (and even if it's craptastic reggie TIM like a 7700k, a delid would do the trick), as well as leaving several future upgrade paths. If I were building now I'd wait, and try to save as much dough as I could in case I decided to go Skylake-X, which will be nasty, too.

But even if I'm trippin, who knows how long z270 will be viable. There won't be a process shrink with ingenuitive caches coming as a magic life extender to z270 like z97 got with the Broadwell late cycle, that I can guarantee. Not that it will become crap overnight or anything, it's a great platform but we are talking about a fresh build scenario with two processor lines and a new platform about to drop. My advice is wait, unless you have a z97 platform, and then you'd be CRAZY to not sell that 4690k/4790k and grab a 5775c.

Is 7740K one of the mainstream CPU's though? When is its target release date?
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Has anyone actually got a founders 1080ti without coilwhine? I am trying to decide if I should grab one and hope the best or sell my entire watercooling setup and get an msi gamingX or something, since coilwhine defeats the purpose of watercooling.
I know the gaming x might whine aswell, but with the money from watercooling I wouldnt have to pay anything extra for the card. I find it ridiculous we have to pay 800€ for a graphics card and then have to put up with a coilwhining piece of crap...
Edited by outofmyheadyo - 4/13/17 at 9:07am
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I ordered the EK Waterblock 1080Ti directly on release with express shipping to germany, got it today. I think it looks absolutely awesome. The letters on top are silver, not white like i thought. Makes the look even better. The single slot bracket has a nice dark gunmetal finish. Here are a few impressions:

















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