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These are some scores I have been getting. I will say it so was cold lastnight in my room when I was running Benchmarks, I could see my breath.

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your scores are the same or better at 2000-2200 that at 2600.. 

    
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your scores are the same or better at 2000-2200 that at 2600.. 


I know..that is what had me confused. Still 2200 on Air is pretty good..especially since I didn't mess with any settings, except power limit and temp.


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Why is it that when you do slider overclocking you seems to always have perfcaps all over the place? The only way to get a stable consistent overclock at a constant speed/voltage without any perfcaps is to do a custom voltage curve.

Is there anyone that can get an overclock where every game/benchmark holds the boost speed AND voltage AND no perfcaps whatsoever? Literally straight lines across for miles in GPU-Z on boost and voltage and perfcaps zero.

Yes, people are posting I hit 2100 or whatever but as soon as they get into a bench or game it drops to below 2000 for most of the time. To me that's not really a 2100 overclock. Am I looking at this wrong?

The slider method effectively just moves the curve in a parallel fashion, so you retain the standard curve shape and end up with higher clocks at higher voltages, which is a recipe for perfcaps. Having a stable clock speed at, say. 1.031 and flat to the right of it means the card wont boost into the higher voltage bins. Doing the curve manually ends up with a flatter curve.
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I know..that is what had me confused. Still 2200 on Air is pretty good..especially since I didn't mess with any settings, except power limit and temp.


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it's more than pretty good. mine won't touch 2114, it no likey past 2101.
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Why is it that when you do slider overclocking you seems to always have perfcaps all over the place? The only way to get a stable consistent overclock at a constant speed/voltage without any perfcaps is to do a custom voltage curve.

Is there anyone that can get an overclock where every game/benchmark holds the boost speed AND voltage AND no perfcaps whatsoever? Literally straight lines across for miles in GPU-Z on boost and voltage and perfcaps zero.

Yes, people are posting I hit 2100 or whatever but as soon as they get into a bench or game it drops to below 2000 for most of the time. To me that's not really a 2100 overclock. Am I looking at this wrong?

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Wouldn't the 2100, or 2200 or whatever the Benchmark says, be constant through the Benchmark?


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Wouldn't the 2100, or 2200 or whatever the Benchmark says, be constant through the Benchmark?


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yes, minus the 1,2,3,or4 + bin drops from temps. So, keep it in the 30s, no drops. 40's, 1 drop, 50s 2-3 drops, etc....
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I got my MSI 1080Ti Sea Hawk X to 2,012 MHz and 6075 MHz, if I messed around with the voltage curve instead of the slider I think I could get it higher on the clock.
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It lives. And it is beautiful.

(count me a new member)

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Would you mind dumping you BIOS for the community purpose biggrin.gif
NVIDIA NVFlash 5.353.0
Start CMD(admin) go to the folder disable the video inside Device manager and type nvflash/nvflash64 --save MSI1080tiSH.rom
then attach the file here as archive
Thanks in advance.


As for the guy with the bugged futuremark frequency clocks readings...while single 1080ti@<2100 is making 32+ GPU points in FS both should be in the 60k area, not 52k...even not to mention if 2600+Mhz are reachable w/o LN2 rolleyes.gif
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Where are the 1080Ti BIOS, I can't find any for my SeaHawk X and I've been told to update them.
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