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2038 with Stock BIOS.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12267950

31643 graphic points on mine vs 31483 on yours

cpu overclock to 4.5
post #5432 of 10750
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No one has used the silver pen yet, and some people think it has too much resistance.

Look up liquid electrical tape, that's what it going to apply around the resistors and on the solder.

The guy that had his resistor fall off never showed anymore photos or discussed what happened, so I'm going to assume user error. Although I'm still going to buy a small paint brush and paint the solder on the resistors with liquid electrical tape.

I tried to put a little bit of CLU on a bit of leaded soldering wire and i can definitely say that it made that wire brittle in few minutes at that area, so seems like CLU is really dissolving solder.
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cpu overclock to 4.5

My 4790K is stock. 4.4 XMP Profile
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My AORUS Xtreme is coming to me. Should have it 18.04 smile.gif

Gimme that Powah!
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My 4790K is stock. 4.4 XMP Profile

you

Physics Test38.7 fps
Combined Test36.26 fps

me
Physics Test55.09 fps
Combined Test43.82 fps
post #5436 of 10750
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Just a few impressions of my shunt modded 1080Ti FE on a EK waterblock. I used the Conductonaut between DIE and waterblock too. Insulation is nail polish and black heat resistant silicone.










Did you order the block with fast shipping?
I preorder on day one and my order is still processing
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Got the back plate on my what block and leds in, so I could finally close the case again smile.gif







did a bit of ram performance testing and FE seems to like around +500, where as the Asus was a lot stronger around +650. Not sure if that's a power limit thing but most likely Asus is tuned for higher memory clks.
If you use Strix bios give it more ram and that should makeup for the performance difference clk for clk.
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Got the back plate on my what block and leds in, so I could finally close the case again smile.gif







did a bit of ram performance testing and FE seems to like around +500, where as the Asus was a lot stronger around +650. Not sure if that's a power limit thing but most likely Asus is tuned for higher memory clks.
If you use Strix bios give it more ram and that should makeup for the performance difference clk for clk.
wow, dude, that looks awesome, I gotta say.
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Hoping to get 2100 out of a pair of Strix, but will see!

I could only get 2050Mhz until I used the volt/freq curve can now get to 2101Mhz But not hold it generally clocks down 2076Mhz /2088Mhz

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Yeah, pascal benchmarks need to gpu-z.

People like to show they're at a core above 2100 but that means nothing to me without gpu-z. At least when it comes to superposition.

Normal gaming I don't care to see the gpu-z. Heaven is still a good benchmark to replicate true gaming power uses. It's not obsolete. Heaven is more close to what we would see in a gaming session.

Superposition is good to see what someone's card can hold and their perf cap. But it's practically like furmark, pushing a card to 100% power draw. Not very realistic.

or use MSI with a preety graph with GPU power %
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I could only get 2050Mhz until I used the volt/freq curve can now get to 2101Mhz But not hold it generally clocks down 2076Mhz /2088Mhz
or use MSI with a preety graph with GPU power %
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AB is nice but it's easier to see perf cap with gpu-z. It's colored like a rainbow for perf cap and let's us know straight away what someone is lacking.

With afterburner you have to zoom into the power and voltage limits and look at the 0 and 1, etc. Not as user friendly and not ideal for looking at perf cap.
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