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Originally Posted by outofmyheadyo View Post

Yes that`s the one, but to be honest save urself the hassle, if your card is a potato powermod wont help, just flash asus bios for slightly higher power limit.
I might remove my own shuntmod, it does nothing.

i have asus bois already and i can reach 2050 with 1063v stable and for mem 6100

i will try anyway
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Which 1080 Ti would people recommend if noise is a primary concern? Would be upgrading from an unbearably noisy R9 390.

Aorus 1080 Ti. I have the regular version. These are the quietest fans at 100% that I have ever heard in my life. Plus you get a 375w limit with the power slider at 125%.
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i have asus bois already and i can reach 2050 with 1063v stable and for mem 6100

i will try anyway
can you run heaven at all at 2101 Mhz at 1.062v?or does it crash instantly?
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

can you run heaven at all at 2101 Mhz at 1.062v?or does it crash instantly?
i run it before 2100 with 1093v
post #5895 of 10592
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Originally Posted by outofmyheadyo View Post

Can I cap in nvidia inspector instead of RTSS?

Yeah you can. From watching the link that was also included with the picture, the guy says that Inspector introduces additional input lag. I'd assume RTSS does as well. He recommends using built in limiters in the game itself when possible.

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Why limit to 125fps though, why not higher, 143? I always limit my FPS in RTSS by 1fps less than my max refresh rate, so it will not introduce lag inducing Vsync nor screen tearing.

If you can hold a steady 142-143 fps in a game that's fine. However if you can't do that, but can hold something below that, locking it at that frame rate in game in combination with GSYNC appears to be the best method.
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I am taking my gigabyte 1080ti founders edition back to the store for a refund or replacement, it coilwhines like crazy and overclocks like crap, for 800€ this is not acceptable, that I can hear it squealing from the other room.
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TDP limit and cooling solution seem to be the only variables that are going to impact performance on these things. Otherwise it's down to aesthetics and that sweet RGB street cred.

I thought exactly the same. All 1080Ti-PCBs are good enough not to bottleneck your OC. At least if you are not going sub-zero, which nobody does for gaming and "normal" OC. All this "clean and stable power supply"-talk is mainly marketing imo. The only factor for your OC is the GPU(pure luck, no correlation to a certain brand), the cooling solution and the TDP.

From an OC-standpoint i would decide like this:
-Custom Waterblock+Shunt Mod: Nvidia FE
-Custom waterblock, no shunt mod: Custom board with the highest TDP and watercooler available (Gigabyte Aorus Extreme, max 375W, waterblock from EK early May, correct me if there is a card with higher possible TDP)
-stock aircooling, no shunt mod: a card with high tdp and a huge cooler, for example zotac extreme, but others are good as well

One must keep in mind, that even the boards with the highest TDP are power limited to a certain degree, so the only way to get totally rid of the power limit is the shunt mod (yet)
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Factually incorrect.

https://youtu.be/F8bFWk61KWA

 

I still don't get this. Why would you want to enable VSYNC in NVCP and apply an FPS limit (either in-game or via RTSS) together? I understand the diagram but if you apply an FPS limit, VSYNC will never engage so it will never reach those "exceed 1ms polling range" and "exceeds g-sync range" areas in the diagram.

 

With that said, why then would you consider enabling VSYNC in NVCP part of the "optimal g-sync settings for single gpu/monitor" tagline? Or am I missing something here?

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Factually incorrect.

https://youtu.be/F8bFWk61KWA



I still don't get this. Why would you want to enable VSYNC in NVCP and apply an FPS limit (either in-game or via RTSS) together? I understand the diagram but if you apply an FPS limit, VSYNC will never engage so it will never reach those "exceed 1ms polling range" and "exceeds g-sync range" areas in the diagram.

With that said, why then would you consider enabling VSYNC in NVCP part of the "optimal g-sync settings for single gpu/monitor" tagline? Or am I missing something here?

Less input lag limiting frame rates with no Vsync and Rivatuner and G-Sync on. smile.gif
    
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I don't think there anything wrong with my score because it can be various factors that come into play once you get to this point of oc. For example, it could be my cpu and you have higher memory oc than I do, our ram speeds and were running different OS, who knows. But not every card will oc the same I guess. At this point, various factors can come into play, what we have in our OS, what background apps were running, our mobo, our ram etc and etc.

I still have a higher maximum than you do, but it could be my cpu, ram, mobo that hold back my minimum scores.

The real question is how would my card perform in your rig, no sexual pun intended.

Besides, your card had to explode to get those scores biggrin.gif, mine hasn't yet, might soon lol.

But maybe a different bios might make it run better now. Maybe that Asus bios actually might make a difference for a change. But like I said, I haven't tweaked anything like nvidia control panel, disabled things in Windows creative update (which scores lower in benchmarks I'm hearing Btw).
turning everything to basically "off" in nvidia control panel raises my score fro 10,300 to 10, 467, so it has a bearing on the results.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/18/17 at 11:38am
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