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post #5521 of 10870
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Originally Posted by TheBoom View Post

What are the differences between the two? Only the bios?
and the backplate has a bigger copper shim and an LED lit eagle, not worth a $100.
post #5522 of 10870
So I was impatient waiting for my newegg replacement card and went out and got another. It is a gem
of a card. Constant 1050mV and stable 2075Mhz with 6000Mhz memory.
However the replacement came the very next day and it is not nearly as good :-( runs less voltage more heat and gets about 2000Mhz with only +100 on memory.

Oh well I have the good card in slot one for non SLI games and a nice OC profile for it and then a mild OC for SLI.
post #5523 of 10870
Just managed to snag a reasonable best offer price on a Zotac 1080 Ti Amp Extreme via eBay. ~$25 premium all told since everywhere that ever has stock of it charges my tax (California).

Looks like my first Zotac in over a decade (bought one when they were super cheap and new, then never again after they started matching prices with others).
post #5524 of 10870
Well, I said F it and bought my 2nd Aorus from SuperBiiz, never bought there before, but it was $5 cheaper than the egg and with free shipping. It's gonna be a REALLY fun next week. thumb.gif

Really hope SLi scaling and micro stutter is better now that it used to be 3-4 years ago. rolleyes.gif
post #5525 of 10870
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Well, I said F it and bought my 2nd Aorus from SuperBiiz, never bought there before, but it was $5 cheaper than the egg and with free shipping. It's gonna be a REALLY fun next week. thumb.gif

Really hope SLi scaling and micro stutter is better now that it used to be 3-4 years ago. rolleyes.gif

Makes more sense than a single TXP thumb.gif
post #5526 of 10870
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Makes more sense than a single TXP thumb.gif

That's what I'm hoping too!

And the funny part is when I return my TXp and sell my 6950x + board I'll have MADE ~$600 lachen.gif
post #5527 of 10870
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Originally Posted by shalafi View Post

Speaking of spelling, it's kRYonaut, not kYRonaut wink.gif
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

That's what I'm hoping too!

And the funny part is when I return my TXp and sell my 6950x + board I'll have MADE ~$600 lachen.gif

What, how?! smile.gif
post #5528 of 10870
So I hear you guys talk about perfcap a lot, but I'm not sure what it is. How does this GPU-Z monitoring look? This is while playing Tom Clancy Wildlands. The clock speeds aren't correct because I had to go to the desktop to screenshot GPU-Z. My clock speed of 2062 held throughout playing.

post #5529 of 10870
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Well, I said F it and bought my 2nd Aorus from SuperBiiz, never bought there before, but it was $5 cheaper than the egg and with free shipping. It's gonna be a REALLY fun next week. thumb.gif

Really hope SLi scaling and micro stutter is better now that it used to be 3-4 years ago. rolleyes.gif

I don't know, I just came from sli 980 ti and it wasn't that great. For a long time Bf1 had an issue where it would burn on letters into your screen. Batman arkham Knight and Doom didn't support it. It took patches and patches for Witcher 3 to support it right. And just about every other game I had to mess with sli profiles.

I'm hoping it takes off with dx12 in a year or two so I can buy another 1080 Ti used in a year or two for $300.
post #5530 of 10870
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

So I hear you guys talk about perfcap a lot, but I'm not sure what it is. How does this GPU-Z monitoring look? This is while playing Tom Clancy Wildlands. The clock speeds aren't correct because I had to go to the desktop to screenshot GPU-Z. My clock speed of 2062 held throughout playing.


Looks like you need to unlock your power slider all the way to the max and also the voltage slider.

You pretty much have everything right now. Thermal throttling, power limiting, voltage limiting.
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