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Never mind 10600 lol I can't even break 10k cuz mine is that bad of a bin. Sigh, the one time I get godlike VRAM and the core is turd.
happened to me on my replacement 980ti after my hybrid cooler failed. 1st one was 1500 all day, but only 500 memory. That was fine, though. Replacement crashed after 1440 core (uggh) but somehow the memory could hold +675. That was crazy high on gddr5.

I feel for ya, Bro; It's all just a couple of % points, though. You'll get to "acceptance" stage of grieving soon. tongue.gif
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Exceeded 32k GPU(32.3 actually) on air with 1.05v + full fan speed in order stay below 50* and constant 2076/12000 clocks biggrin.gif



Edit: Validation on FS - http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12318972

Nice! I got very similar FS GPU score of 32.4K at 2088/12000.

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Finished my custom loop and finally played with OCing a bit more.

Time Spy - 9,254 (http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1558393)

GPU temps stay right around 41*C

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post #5354 of 10735
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Your scores are not right for 2100+/+650 mem ...i have 10600+ 4k optimized on 2063/+500 you're either Throttling or Ecc memory correcting for such clocks...

Yeah that one is Asus bios and power limiting heaps, infact all mine are power limiting due to FE card, but that wasn't the purpose of the post smile.gif
I was trying to show power limiting at % TDP to see if we could get close to a full usable 330w before we get limited. Unfortunately it doesn't seem we can, so the Asus bios does provide some benefit, but that might just be in softer times and lower scores stretching the overclockability a bit further. Chances are that the componentry tolerances may vary the power readings so one card might limit at 295 and another at 305 and that would again stretch the Asus bios further.

Personally a shunt mod with the stock bios on the FE would be the way to go, unless an XOC Asus bios shows up that has no real limits on any rail or total. Hopefully with full 1.2v capability as well smile.gif
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If you haven't been paying attention, the FE is power limited so we're all stuck around 10300.

He did get 10428 on the normal bios a page back.

Just installed my EVGA 1080 Ti FE today. So far stable at +150 core (2050) and trying +575 mem (6075) Im reading conflicting things. Some say dont up the voltage, and some say it helps. Whats the sweet spot? Been reading but too many pages lol. Using +70mv right now and seems stable enough, temps not going over 39c and power % is 113max but mostly right around 110%.
Edited by Taint3dBulge - 4/13/17 at 11:13pm
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Just installed my EVGA 1080 Ti FE today. So far stable at +150 core (2050) and trying +575 mem (6075) Im reading conflicting things. Some say dont up the voltage, and some say it helps. Whats the sweet spot? Been reading but too many pages lol. Using +70mv right now and seems stable enough, temps not going over 39c and power % is 113max but mostly right around 110%.

Well the issue with upping the voltage is if it doesn't significantly increase your clocks you may lose performance because you hit the power ceiling which will downclock you by 1-2bins.

iirc, only people that have done the shunt mod + watercooled can tolerate max voltage without tripping the power limit. I'm on a 375W powerlimit Aorus and I can still hit the power limit with 4k FFXIV or Superposition. That being said, my GPU is at the bottom end of the voltage leakage curve (I need 1081mv to do 2012mhz lol) so mine is generating more power than usual.
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It's better you didn't put it on the pci-e one, safer. Shouldn't draw more from the board itself.

Although did you measure your resistors with a multimeter? I read its recommended to measure them to see if you put enough clu or not.

You need to have a special multimeter to measure such low resistance and i didn't want to invest money in such a multimeter right now just to measure resistance on one card. I have a regular OWON B35 multimeter, but this one and also other regular ones can measure only up to 0.5ohm. I bought a silver lacquer in my local electronics shop and i tested a straight line of 1cm of it on a paper and compared it to the CLU also with 1cm of straight line, the B35 has shown the CLU as practically conductive with no resistance, the lacquer was specified to have several ohms per 1cm and that's also what i measured with my multimeter, with shorter distance the resistance was lower but it was measurable of 2-3 ohms and more.
post #5358 of 10735
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Originally Posted by Taint3dBulge View Post

Just installed my EVGA 1080 Ti FE today. So far stable at +150 core (2050) and trying +575 mem (6075) Im reading conflicting things. Some say dont up the voltage, and some say it helps. Whats the sweet spot? Been reading but too many pages lol. Using +70mv right now and seems stable enough, temps not going over 39c and power % is 113max but mostly right around 110%.

Go for the lowest voltage and highest clock possible, avoid power limiting at all possible.

For Witcher 3 I do 1.040V and 2088 Mhz, and I rarely hit power limits.

But this superposition benchmark is also a stress test in itself, it draws an unrealistic amount of power that games normally wouldn't draw, but it does show you what a partner card without power limits can do,get like 0.5% more frames than you lol.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/13/17 at 11:41pm
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Originally Posted by zswickliffe View Post

Finished my custom loop and finally played with OCing a bit more.

Time Spy - 9,254 (http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1558393)

GPU temps stay right around 41*C
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Looks good. thumb.gif I can't wait for my EK block and backplate to get here.

However, that res placement makes me cringe. I guess its no different than any of the other points of failure but all that water up there irks me.
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