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You have a link to it?

Trying to grab it for us now. But inno3d bios for sure gives everyone 15 watts extra. I'll post if I get ahold of it.

Post the Inno3D as well? I think I tried it with not good results. frown.gif
    
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You have a link to it?

Trying to grab it for us now. But inno3d bios for sure gives everyone 15 watts extra. I'll post if I get ahold of it.

Post the Inno3D as well? I think I tried it with not good results. frown.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1624521/nvidia-gtx-1080-ti-owners-club/5640_20#post_26019798

Yeah, tried the Inno3d BIOS, wasn't too good. frown.gif
    
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Fedex just delivered my card while I'm at work which means they left it more or less on the sidewalk in front of my building. I won't be home for 3 hours. I'm dying.

Dude call a friend or family to go get it for you. Do you live in a apartment complex? Ask the leasing office if they can grab it for you and tell them it's super important
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You have a link to it?

Trying to grab it for us now. But inno3d bios for sure gives everyone 15 watts extra. I'll post if I get ahold of it.

Tried the Inno3D BIOS again, instant crash in TimeSpy at settings I use for Asus BIOS, back to Asus, no issues. frown.gif
    
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Tried the Inno3D BIOS again, instant crash in TimeSpy at settings I use for Asus BIOS, back to Asus, no issues. frown.gif
Yeah I can't get it to work well either. I'm going to try Asus with the shunt later today. See if it actually helps this time.
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But what if you have OCD and don't like odd numbers?

Tell me about it, my 100hz X34 wasn't happy at 100hz and I didn't like 95hz so I just use 90hz lol smile.gif

It sounds better when its like 50% more than 60hz and not that it matter before as 980Ti couldn't push that anyway, must try 100hz again with this card and maybe try original DP cable smile.gif
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Just got mine under water finally and boy are those temps nice. Sitting around 21 C idle with 21 C ambient.

Valley had no problem running 2100Mhz @ 1.062v. I can't say the same about Firestrike/Superposition though. I think the power is just too much.

Has anyone else put thermal tape on the chips left of the chokes? I noticed a few areas on the FE heatsink that had thermal tape, however, EK didn't recommend putting any there. Perhaps the waterblock makes contact with these areas already.


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Just got mine under water finally and boy are those temps nice. Sitting around 21 C idle with 21 C ambient.

Valley had no problem running 2100Mhz @ 1.062v. I can't say the same about Firestrike/Superposition though. I think the power is just too much.

Has anyone else put thermal tape on the chips left of the chokes? I noticed a few areas on the FE heatsink that had thermal tape, however, EK didn't recommend putting any there. Perhaps the waterblock makes contact with these areas already.



It could be that's they need to run at a certain lukewarm temperature. And since you're taking lots of heat away from the chips around it, it shouldn't be a problem.

If Ek has a reason they have a good reason. I'd listen to them.
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TL:DR - cpu and ram still affect performance at any resolution.

This is particularly true for an application which is designed to measure minuscule changes in system performance like supo is.
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Hi. Good result or not? Asus strix 1080ti


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