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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Maxwell cards clocked from 1300-1500. These cards clock from 1900-2100, much higher. So therefore there is more points of thermal throttling. Turn your fans to 100%, and you will probably maintain a pretty high OC.

Managed to overclock it to +60/+250 for a 1987-1949 core clock and didnt know how hard we can push memory so its at 5760mhz (11520).

Sadly I would crash any higher on the core clock. No 2ghz here frown.gif. Still this card rocks!
post #5972 of 10768
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Rep+ Will try this one specool.gif


Same 7+1 vrm, 250w & 6+8 pin power, its based on reference with the extra icx temperature sensors.

Can I use this BIOS for the FE version?
And I see they have differences Power Phase. What wrong if I flash 1080TiSC BIOS?
post #5973 of 10768
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Originally Posted by Nico67 View Post

6pin to 8pin cables should be fine as the two extra they break off to make 8 are earth connections. as long as its not 1 x 6 pin cable that breaks off to 2 x 8 pin, that could be a problem. Can you try the card in another system? it really is a process of elimination for the most part.

Don't really have the luxury of trying it in another system. I might just buy a new PSU tomorrow and see if that works. I have had this PSU for like 10 years so it's pretty old.
I'm going to try swapping one of the 6 to 8 pins with the adapter for the 2x6 to 8 pin since I have it. I tried to hit up Fry's Electronics today but they didn't have the cable so who knows.
If I lower down the Power Target to 80% it seems to do okay, but it should work at the stock "gaming" setting. That's what I paid for. So I have a ticket in with Asus and waiting to hear back from them.

Anyone have a good suggestion for a PSU? 750W is probably way more than enough for me. Just one card in my system.
I'll let you guys know how it goes with swapping out the cables.

Is there a guide on OCN for the Asus GPU Tweak II utility?
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Don't really have the luxury of trying it in another system. I might just buy a new PSU tomorrow and see if that works. I have had this PSU for like 10 years so it's pretty old.
I'm going to try swapping one of the 6 to 8 pins with the adapter for the 2x6 to 8 pin since I have it. I tried to hit up Fry's Electronics today but they didn't have the cable so who knows.
If I lower down the Power Target to 80% it seems to do okay, but it should work at the stock "gaming" setting. That's what I paid for. So I have a ticket in with Asus and waiting to hear back from them.

Anyone have a good suggestion for a PSU? 750W is probably way more than enough for me. Just one card in my system.
I'll let you guys know how it goes with swapping out the cables.

Is there a guide on OCN for the Asus GPU Tweak II utility?

If you want to change PSU anyway it is better to invest in bigger one as you will be more future proof. More can always draw less, while less will never provide more.

So I would take either EVGA 1000G2 Gold or Corsair Gold 1000W.

Just my opinion.
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post #5975 of 10768
Could someone run Time Spy for me using these settings:

Clockspeed @ 2062 MHz
RAM @ 5900 MHz

I'm getting 10500-10600 graphics score and it feels like I should be getting higher than that.
post #5976 of 10768
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Wow! I'm still kind of shocked by the power increase between the 980 Ti and the 1080 Ti. I mean, 2000 Mhz out of the box with a maxed power slider ain't no joke. I'm luckily still getting 99% GPU utilization at 1440p 144 hz with my delidded 6700k @ 4.7Ghz. It's seeming to hold up well, but who knows what is to come in the future. If they are releasing 2000 Mhz cards now they really must have something in store for the future generations. I mean, they have to sell cards right?

What is your CPU? You should do a rig builder in your signature!


Truth be told, I could be wrong. I do have my fps capped at 142 and it stays there so I guess that would put my card in lower utilization.

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Originally Posted by SEALBoy View Post

Could someone run Time Spy for me using these settings:

Clockspeed @ 2062 MHz
RAM @ 5900 MHz

I'm getting 10500-10600 graphics score and it feels like I should be getting higher than that.

That's not too bad, at 2088 I got like 10700 so that sounds right.
post #5977 of 10768
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Originally Posted by SEALBoy View Post

Could someone run Time Spy for me using these settings:

Clockspeed @ 2062 MHz
RAM @ 5900 MHz

I'm getting 10500-10600 graphics score and it feels like I should be getting higher than that.

That looks about right.
post #5978 of 10768
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

That's not too bad, at 2088 I got like 10700 so that sounds right.

Guru3D got 10799 at like ~2025 MHz core and 6123 MHz RAM. My core is faster but my RAM is slower. Is Time Spy more sensitive to RAM speeds?
post #5979 of 10768
What is a safe ram overclock number? Im at 5760 at the moment.
post #5980 of 10768
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Originally Posted by SEALBoy View Post

Guru3D got 10799 at like ~2025 MHz core and 6123 MHz RAM. My core is faster but my RAM is slower. Is Time Spy more sensitive to RAM speeds?

TimeSpy is really buggy on my system and I haven't figured out why. It literally takes 5 minutes for it to initiate a benchmark. The program sits and does nothing.
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