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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Made a video of Asus BIOS hitting 330+ watts. Cut out as TimeSpy was loading smile.gif
you guys wanting to test powerlimits should try og Titanfall. I was playing lasrt night on Insane in 4k with 4xTSAA and it was pulling 400w at times acccording to HWmonitor.
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Zotac Xtreme:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hSTRVxPP-0

I wonder what is its power limit rolleyes.gif
WOOOOO, that is nasty. It's base clock is my Aorus' max OC. that's the one for you guys who have to have the best I'd guess. Dizamn.
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Originally Posted by TheBoom View Post

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?
it SHOULD be $750 for extreme, $775 for Asus. any more is gouging.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/15/17 at 8:31am
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So I decided to settle on 2025 @ locked 1.000v +500 memory, beyond that scaling is horrible all kind of random problems start and it starts smashing the powerlimit ( even with strix bios ), shunt mod might save me but having to dissasemble the loop just for that, I might do it another day ( not sure if its worth the risk ) superposition 4k optimized gets me 10016.
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post #5513 of 10768
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Originally Posted by DStealth View Post

Previous seeing some GB Aeorus OC results...only by judging from Power Limit doesn't seem right wink.gif

Care to explain a little?
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

it SHOULD be $750 for extreme, $775 for Asus. any more is gouging.

Costs in my country (Singapore):

Aorus : $800 USD

MSI Armor : $800 USD

MSI Gaming X : $885 USD

Aorus Extreme : $890 USD

Asus Strix : $1000 USD


No other aftermarket cards apart from FE versions seem to be released here yet, but I'd doubt the prices will be any less than the Aorus. Maybe Palit and Zotac versions when released will be slightly cheaper but I've had issues with both brands in the past.

I really like my current 1070 Strix but don't see any way I'm going to pay that much extra for the 1080ti version over other variants.
Edited by TheBoom - 4/15/17 at 9:17am
post #5514 of 10768
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Originally Posted by PasK1234Xw View Post

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.
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.

Yea my XP is going back too sadly.
post #5515 of 10768
theres so many pages on this thread I will look threw them if i have to, but if any of you guys have a link to where you found msi aftburner 4.4.0 that would be appreciated
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Originally Posted by TheBoom View Post

Care to explain a little?
Costs in my country (Singapore):

Aorus : $800 USD

MSI Armor : $800 USD

MSI Gaming X : $885 USD

Aorus Extreme : $890 USD

Asus Strix : $1000 USD


No other aftermarket cards apart from FE versions seem to be released here yet, but I'd doubt the prices will be any less than the Aorus. Maybe Palit and Zotac versions when released will be slightly cheaper but I've had issues with both brands in the past.

I really like my current 1070 Strix but don't see any way I'm going to pay that much extra for the 1080ti version over other variants.
seems the reggie Aorus is a no brainer at $800
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post #5517 of 10768
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

seems the reggie Aorus is a no brainer at $800

Agreed thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

seems the reggie Aorus is a no brainer at $800

What are the differences between the two? Only the bios?
post #5519 of 10768
Hi guys, someone can explain me why I'm getting 4 performance caps at the same time?
post #5520 of 10768
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Originally Posted by krutoydiesel View Post

You didn't accidentally drop any screws or whatnot or gauge any of the components did you?
I hope so, because that would be a tangible explanation, but sadly my forensics didn't turn up anything...
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