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I have to disappoint everybody who hopes the cover terminal is led-lightened. It is not and there is absolutly no way to insert a led yourself. It is no space in there and the terminal cant be disassembled. Funny that the manual has a section "connecting the terminal cover led" This is surely not for the actual terminal. Either the section is outdated or EK already plans another terminal with led.

Thats disappointing, I would have expected a provision for an 3.5 led

 

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bro, that's pretty salty at your settings.
Sorry, bro, The OP of this thread is a lil dooshyboy who needs tied and quartered for creating an OP than running away. I guess he wanted to BRAG? About one stock FE Ti? I don't get it, but he needs banned and a new OP assigned.

 

:D Someone needs to contact a mod, to see if they can take over

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My submission for the 1.000 Volt Challenge:

Ran mostly at 2063 Mhz with power limiting frown.gif

I like it :yessir:

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Ordered the regular Aorus (need to think everytime I'm spelling this), so there. Now, if only easter wouldnt exist, as it will delay my favourite activity (except a few secret ones), testing new gpu's with all of my 700 pc games. Ok, perhaps not Peggle and a "few" others.
    
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Ordered the regular Aorus (need to think everytime I'm spelling this), so there. Now, if only easter wouldnt exist, as it will delay my favourite activity (except a few secret ones), testing new gpu's with all of my 700 pc games. Ok, perhaps not Peggle and a "few" others.

I thought I was the only one who had to think twice when spelling aorus..lol
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I thought I was the only one who had to think twice when spelling aorus..lol
i spelled it wrong the first week tongue.gif
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I thought I was the only one who had to think twice when spelling aorus..lol

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Wow your power limiting hard at 112% on the Asus, were Kedarwolf was getting 119%. Maybe it is a case of limiting on a different rail early where Kedarwolf can pull a bit more power somehow. Probably the only way to see would be for Kedar to run benchmarks with graphs to show what % power he starts to get the green power limit warning on GPU-Z.

That's odd, no one can do 119% constantly on the Asus bios. Max is usually 111% or 112% for small periods.

Yeah, what happens when you run the Asus bios? I've already ran test on my computer and measured power recently with the nvidia command and my PSU itself.

Stock Max was 305 and Asus was 310ish.

Kedar might get some extra power because he doesn't have to run the blower or isn't powering the led. He's on a full water block. But I have no clue how he's doing 119% on the Asus bios when we're all floating around 108% unless if he's running stock BIOS and forgot he didn't flash back.

Bloodhawk had some similar measurements to me too.

I have a good PSU so I don't think it's my PSU. Rm1000i.

No, I'm on Asus BIOS, Nvidia CMD command confirms it.

If you look at the logs on my Asus bios flashing thread I'm hitting 330+ watts off and on depending on the Power Limit I hit and spiked up to 360 watts two full runs of test one and two TimeSpy at 8K maxed out anisotropy and tesselation. Getting like 8 FPS but it's only to max out the power draw. wink.gif
    
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No, I'm on Asus BIOS, Nvidia CMD command confirms it.

If you look at the logs on my Asus bios flashing thread I'm hitting 330+ watts off and on depending on the Power Limit I hit and spiked up to 360 watts two full runs of test one and two TimeSpy at 8K maxed out anisotropy and tesselation. Getting like 8 FPS but it's only to max out the power draw. wink.gif

That's interesting, what can you be doing to get the extra 30 watts that no one else can't.

The blower like I said can use 12 watts and the led, there's that also. If I measured 310, and you get an extra 10 from not running those, the other 10 I'm not sure.

out of 4 of us that actually took measurements, you're the only one that gets more watts. Hardware wise, the only difference I can see is you're on full water and no blower running. Software, not sure either.

So you're hitting 119% on the Asus bios? I'm on my phone so I can't check your GPU-Z right now.
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No, I'm on Asus BIOS, Nvidia CMD command confirms it.

If you look at the logs on my Asus bios flashing thread I'm hitting 330+ watts off and on depending on the Power Limit I hit and spiked up to 360 watts two full runs of test one and two TimeSpy at 8K maxed out anisotropy and tesselation. Getting like 8 FPS but it's only to max out the power draw. wink.gif

That's interesting, what can you be doing to get the extra 30 watts that no one else can't.

The blower like I said can use 12 watts and the led, there's that also. If I measured 310, and you get an extra 10 from not running those, the other 10 I'm not sure.

out of 4 of us that actually took measurements, you're the only one that gets more watts. Hardware wise, the only difference I can see is you're on full water and no blower running. Software, not sure either.

So you're hitting 119% on the Asus bios? I'm on my phone so I can't check your GPU-Z right now.

I think it depends how you stress test the card the power draw you get, why I used a maxed out custom TimeSpy test.
    
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I think it depends how you stress test the card the power draw you get, why I used a maxed out custom TimeSpy test.

Are you hitting and holding 119% on the Asus bios now? Because you have previous post where you said you weren't going above 108-110%, and if so what could have changed?
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Managed to snag a Gaming X today smile.gif.
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