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Originally Posted by Clukos View Post

I did a search for your PSU and it seems from user reviews that multiple people are saying it blew up and took components with it. Maybe the PSU is to blame and not the card.
what's crazy is the monitor going, too. i'd be sick about that. try to rma that , too.
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What is the resistor mod? Security for the shunt?
There is so much stuff but nothing on the first page frown.gif
well, you could have read the whole thread like me lol
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/17/17 at 12:50pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nh5EXs5uFY


GTX 1080Ti vs TITAN X Pascal (2016) in 11 games, part 1.

1080p/1440p/4k

1. Mass Effect Andromeda
2. Ghost Recon Wildlands
3. Battlefield 1
4. Shadow Warrior 2
5. Resident Evil 7

Part 2 and SLI vs SLI, soon. TITAN Xp and TITAN Xp SLI, a little bit later smile.gif
post #5803 of 10645
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What is the resistor mod? Security for the shunt?
There is so much stuff but nothing on the first page frown.gif
well, you could have read the whole thread like me lol
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Originally Posted by Dasboogieman View Post

Just a heads up: the Gigabyte cards have the highest TDP ceiling of all the 1080tis, however, the stock OC is extremely aggressive so you may have instability straight out of the box.
Also, despite having 12+2, it actually only has 3 voltage drivers (each has a quadrupler) thus its actually only 3 "true" Vcore phases. This means while it can supply massive sustained current, it also has the worst theoretical voltage regulation of any GTX 1080ti (I believe ASUS has the best regulation with 6 vcore drivers and no doublers, followed by MSI with same as FE but with better quality chokes and MOSFETs). Chances are any future MSI Lightning or EVGA Classified/Kingpin will have a heightened TDP ceiling as well.

Though from what I can say from personally using the Aorus, the fan is extremely quiet at 100%. Possibly the quietest of any model (barring the Seahawk), thus it makes little sense to run the fans <100%. In fact, some Aorus owners seem to have noticed the fans are actually relatively inefficient at low RPMs (I think MSI is the best in this area but I'm not certain).

The Aorus also stands to benefit hugely from a repaste, the stock paste is crap and/or non-existent.
all of this is true. The current is smooth and steady though it seems. Also, 80% fan speed and less does very little but 100% fan is godly, and quiet, so like he said, set your curve to hit 100% by 45c or so. You'll game in the 50c's if you repaste as well. Love mine.
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Hey guys just want some advice/opinions.

Got my Aorus non-extreme two days ago and it runs pretty good out of the box but not so much when it came to overclocking. With the original bios the OC mode (which is just a +25 offset) was extremely unstable. After hours of testing I found that I could only get a +20 offset which would put me at about a 1949 boosted clock. At this time I couldn't push memory past 200 without stability issues. This is with max power limit.

I flashed the F4 bios and it did help plenty. With F4 I can run the OC mode and it is stable. With the voltage/freq curve I was able to get 1961mHz@1062mV which while it is pretty terrible compared to most its better than the 1049@1093 that it was running at. I am also able to push memory up to 500 or so now without issue.

You guys have any ideas for this card? New to overclocking with boost 3.0/pascal. I guess I just didn't win the lottery on this one?
mine is same card and can hold 2063 for hours @ 1.05v, or 2050 @ 1.04 volts. Im on original bios, NO VOLTS added. Sounds like you lottery was lesser , true, but try no volts before you go trying to stabilize with voltage add b/c mine isnt stable above 2012 or so if i go the voltage route for some reason. Probably the way the phase design/vrms operate.
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What does the vrel actually mean in gpuz perfcap reason ?
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After I fini
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

mine is same card and can hold 2063 for hours @ 1.05v, or 2050 @ 1.04 volts. Im on original bios, NO VOLTS added. Sounds like you lottery was lesser , true, but try no volts before you go trying to stabilize with voltage add b/c mine isnt stable above 2012 or so if i go the voltage route for some reason. Probably the way the phase design/vrms operate.

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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

mine is same card and can hold 2063 for hours @ 1.05v, or 2050 @ 1.04 volts. Im on original bios, NO VOLTS added. Sounds like you lottery was lesser , true, but try no volts before you go trying to stabilize with voltage add b/c mine isnt stable above 2012 or so if i go the voltage route for some reason. Probably the way the phase design/vrms operate.

For 1.043mV it goes unstable at 1961 mHz so thats most likely not my answer.
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After I fini

For 1.043mV it goes unstable at 1961 mHz so thats most likely not my answer.
yeah bios F4 may be though. or rma it, say it's unstable at stock and try again. Mine is proof some better than extreme reggie aorus' exist.
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What does the vrel actually mean in gpuz perfcap reason ?
"more volts are needed to achieve more perf" is my understanding. It's ok to have if that's all the volts you can give b/c of stability, for instance. If you are still stable than adding more volts will produce a higher clock bin. So, in essence, it's saying, "more clock bins are attainable if more volts are given " but it doesn't factor stability, so if you know it'll crash, than that's your limit. If you can add more w/o crashing, you have more perf being 'left on the table' so to speak. Hope that helps.
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yeah bios F4 may be though. or rma it, say it's unstable at stock and try again. Mine is proof some better than extreme reggie aorus' exist.

Most FE can atleast hit 2ghz. On default bios the card wouldn't even work on the Aorus Engine OC mode crap that it says it should in the specs. Atleast with F4 I can get more out of it and the memory is much more overclockable. Going to see if I can bring it to where I bought and get another one.
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What you are doing is redundant. once you reach your monitors max refresh rate, gsync switches off and vsync kick in. using RTS or any other program to limit fps isnt doing anything.

Factually incorrect.

https://youtu.be/F8bFWk61KWA

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Whats this F4 bios everyones talking about?
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