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Weird, still not available on the drivers download page
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Originally Posted by shalafi View Post

A bit, but the thought of pointing it out to you has been bothering me a lot more .. should have just sent you a PM redface.gif
sorry, but isn't this the worst possible rad placement? any air bubbles in the loop will be up in the pump causing more noise and worsening your cooling efficiency. the rad should always be higher than the pump.
Yes it should bve level or above the card. In his case in back of case
As is putting too much stress on that little pump.

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Originally Posted by Luckbad View Post

Bought a Titan Xp. Wasn't impressed. Benches great and overclocks okay but the stock cooler is terrible and loud. Decided I didn't want to mod a $1200 card so the Titan Xp is going back.

Back to my 1080 FTW2 until I can score one of the better 1080 Tis. Something with a good stock OC, extra power headroom, etc.

I have both even on water its not much different than Ti def not worth extra 500 for at most 10 fps increase over current XP/Ti

Keeping my Ti Xp def going back.
Edited by PasK1234Xw - 4/15/17 at 4:36am
post #5503 of 10620
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Originally Posted by outofmyheadyo View Post


How does this give me 1900 ? I do not get it.

I really wish there would be a better way to OC these 1080ti-s than the voltage curve, whatever I do to the voltage curve the cards just ignores it and does it`s own thing. Running at some random speeds and random volts, I cant figure it out, and even when the card is runnin @ 105% TDP or so afterburner onscreen display flashes the power limit and reduces clocks, using strix bios. rolleyes.gif
Seems buying a waterblock and using watercooling is a waste of money on these cards since you cant really get anything more out of em compared to air, when they just do whatever they want, god I miss the 980ti days when u disable boost andwhatnot foce constant voltage and clocks and do what you want.

Looks like its working ok, only thing holding it back is you need to add +volts to go higher than 1.050. You may as it seems be able to use 1.062, but just stick it to +100 on the voltage, all it does is allow it to use more volts up to 1.093, depending on what your curve allows.
Probably best to set 1.050 and all voltage points after that to say 2000, hit apply and save to a profile button. Then increase 1.050... until you crash or start power limiting.
Edited by Nico67 - 4/15/17 at 5:35am
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Hello,

Need some help from you.

It seems, that my EVGA nVidia Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition is having some issues with memory or regulator, could you tell me if your GPUs do hold 11000 MHz memory clock during testing with AIDA64 GPGPU? It would really be interesting to know if only I have such problem. Also in Ubuntu, I see that board never goes to maximum power state P0.

The GPU is in right PCI-Express X16, Windows 10 is fresh installed, drivers newest. Please could you check your Founders Edition boards, if they do perform same in AIDA64 GPGPU test and if they are also dropping memory speed from 11 GHz to 10 GHz during high load?

I am adding GPU-z log and test report. Please say if you are getting same report. Should I worry about my card being faulty?


GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 59k .txt file
Edited by Eldux - 4/15/17 at 5:51am
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This is what I was running TimeSpy at to get that power draw. 30 FPS. Only scene 2.

It bit much to ask, but it would be nice to see how much you can draw without power limiting. just run the same test but keep lowering the clocks until it does limit anymore. Remember its not about how high you clk or score, just interested in power smile.gif
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post #5506 of 10620
Looking to get a 1080ti.

Currently own a 1070 Strix and was looking to get the Strix 1080ti for the upgrade as well, but it's like a 140 USD more than the Aorus in my country.

Prices weren't that different for the 1070 not sure why they are for the 1080ti.

What do you guys think? Should I just go for the Aorus Extreme instead?
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Ofcourse, strix is not worth the 140 dollar premium
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post #5508 of 10620
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What do you guys think? Should I just go for the Aorus Extreme instead?
Previous seeing some GB Aeorus OC results...only by judging from Power Limit doesn't seem right wink.gif
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post #5509 of 10620
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Made a video of Asus BIOS hitting 330+ watts. Cut out as TimeSpy was loading smile.gif
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Made a video of Asus BIOS hitting 330+ watts. Cut out as TimeSpy was loading smile.gif

Mind doing the test with your physx card pulled out? It would also be nice to see a normal TimeSpy run recorded with AB+RSS running to watch your power usage.

Still odd you're the only person that gets this and no one else.

I still wouldn't recommend this bios to anyone else as we've all showed it gives us all worse scores and doesn't draw anymore power than the normal FE bios.

You're definitely a special case though.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/15/17 at 7:39am
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Originally Posted by eXteR View Post

Seriously?

Are you comparing my 4790k vs 5930k?

The point here is that despite you having higher clocks, the gpu score is lower because that asus bios.

Enviado desde mi SM-P550 mediante Tapatalk
I think you speak about total score
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