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MSI Afterburner beta 4.4 version with already unlock Voltage if anyone will need:

http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.php?p=5412373&postcount=216


I am waiting for that Xtreme to be here but so far no store has it frown.gif.
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Ok. From what I'm reading after having researched this for a while now, it seems like I might just as well get a standard Aorus instead of a xtreme, if I'm really just interested in getting real life fps performance out of it instead of marginally higher benches, correct? The xtreme version costs 8% more atm, and isnt available anywhere. Can get the standard much faster. I'm also considering the msi gaming x version, but thats also about 5% or so more expensive. Asus strix is as expensive as the xtreme Aorus. Already on the minus side after recently having purchased some analog synths and whatnot, so I have to avoid getting bankrupt (or kicked in the head by my missus. Dont know whats worse). Any help deciding is appreciated as I'm waving back and forth between the alternatives here.
    
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Here's a Unigine Supeposition bench running on my 1080 Ti Strix all stock, 1080p Extreme Preset.
The video stuttering is caused by NVENC used to record my video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4XWMKOpYsk&feature=youtu.be
    
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Ok. From what I'm reading after having researched this for a while now, it seems like I might just as well get a standard Aorus instead of a xtreme, if I'm really just interested in getting real life fps performance out of it instead of marginally higher benches, correct? The xtreme version costs 8% more atm, and isnt available anywhere. Can get the standard much faster. I'm also considering the msi gaming x version, but thats also about 5% or so more expensive. Asus strix is as expensive as the xtreme Aorus. Already on the minus side after recently having purchased some analog synths and whatnot, so I have to avoid getting bankrupt (or kicked in the head by my missus. Dont know whats worse). Any help deciding is appreciated as I'm waving back and forth between the alternatives here.
you could get lucky, too. my reggie Aorus would definitely have passed an extreme gauntlet test as it holds stock extreme clocks plus 70mhz more. It's an awesome card, very sexy. Jst dont try it in a tiny case or on a mobo with weak pcie slots, it's a beast. Although I would have been happy to pay the extar $30 just for that backplate and the guarantee of at least 2000MHZ (which you'll get with the pre-set on the Aorus XT). The backplate and +25 guarantee are the only differences, but it's only $30 , too. The backplate is worth $20 extra imo all day with the bigger copper plate and the LED Aorus Eagle. I wish I had it, but clocks wise I beat several of the XT guys somehow so I caught a golden one imo.
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Anyone know why I would be getting a power limit throttle in gpu z if Im just sitting at the desktop?
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Anyone know why I would be getting a power limit throttle in gpu z if Im just sitting at the desktop?
hhmhmmhmhmh, what clocks? Sure nothing running in background? Try a reboot right quick and see if it's gone.
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hhmhmmhmhmh, what clocks? Sure nothing running in background? Try a reboot right quick and see if it's gone.



No avail, this is weird.
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you could get lucky, too. my reggie Aorus would definitely have passed an extreme gauntlet test as it holds stock extreme clocks plus 70mhz more. It's an awesome card, very sexy. Jst dont try it in a tiny case or on a mobo with weak pcie slots, it's a beast. Although I would have been happy to pay the extar $30 just for that backplate and the guarantee of at least 2000MHZ (which you'll get with the pre-set on the Aorus XT). The backplate and +25 guarantee are the only differences, but it's only $30 , too. The backplate is worth $20 extra imo all day with the bigger copper plate and the LED Aorus Eagle. I wish I had it, but clocks wise I beat several of the XT guys somehow so I caught a golden one imo.

Ok. Cool. Hmm, l need to buy this thing soon before my common sense gets the better of me. I think my MSI Z97 gaming 7's slots should be capable enough to hold the Aorus without falling apart. yessir.gif
    
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No avail, this is weird.
psu? maybe a janky pci-e slot? Not to have you doing all kinds of stuff but i'd try a different pci-e slot and see if it's still happening. May just be a glitch with the app. Maybe have HWmonitor up, too , and make sure you are seeing it on both.
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Ok. Cool. Hmm, l need to buy this thing soon before my common sense gets the better of me. I think my MSI Z97 gaming 7's slots should be capable enough to hold the Aorus without falling apart. yessir.gif
My Z97 Gaming MSI is doing fine, no sag. they are reinforced slots.
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Ok. From what I'm reading after having researched this for a while now, it seems like I might just as well get a standard Aorus instead of a xtreme, if I'm really just interested in getting real life fps performance out of it instead of marginally higher benches, correct? The xtreme version costs 8% more atm, and isnt available anywhere. Can get the standard much faster. I'm also considering the msi gaming x version, but thats also about 5% or so more expensive. Asus strix is as expensive as the xtreme Aorus. Already on the minus side after recently having purchased some analog synths and whatnot, so I have to avoid getting bankrupt (or kicked in the head by my missus. Dont know whats worse). Any help deciding is appreciated as I'm waving back and forth between the alternatives here.

Grab that regular Aorus. I'm easily running 2088 core with 1.043v. At 100% the fan keeps my card under 50C which I was extremely surprised about. This thing destroys every game I own on my 1440p 144hz monitor. If you want to keep it really simple, pop in the card, install the drivers and MSI afterburner, and crank the power limit up to 125% and the fans to 100%. At 100% the fans are barely louder than my TWO D5 pumps. You will most likely be boosting to 2000Mhz if you do that. Can't wait to get a waterblock on it.
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