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You wont hurt it. Things will become unstable after a point. You need to do some testing to make sure that's not hurting performance. There is a sweet spot with mem OC that takes a while to find.

Any idea of what that sweet spot is? I see people going to 6000mhz.
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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

Got someone to save it for me. whew.


It's the Gigabyte Gaming OC and I installed it just now. It has the most horrendous coil whine. I hesitate to call it coil whine because I've heard coil whine before and what I have now is so much worse. It sounds like someone being electrocuted at various voltages based on the load. As I look around in game the stuttering crackle changes in real time. mad.gif
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It's the Gigabyte Gaming OC and I installed it just now. It has the most horrendous coil whine. I hesitate to call it coil whine because I've heard coil whine before and what I have now sounds different. It sounds like someone being electrocuted at various voltages based on the load. As I look around in game the stuttering crackle changes in real time. mad.gif
Sorry for you about this coil whine mad.gif
But I was wondering: what is the acceptable amount of coil whine?
Because I tried 3 different 1080ti and they all produce some coil whine... sadsmiley.gif
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Just ordered my MSI 1080ti X. Cant wait to play some game on my ultrawide without memory limits and sli stutter.

This card is glorious for ultrawide :D

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Sorry for you about this coil whine mad.gif
But I was wondering: what is the acceptable amount of coil whine?
Because I tried 3 different 1080ti and they all produce some coil whine... sadsmiley.gif

I guess I'm not really sure... I had a 7970 that had a bit of whine that I kept because it wasn't really audible over game sound, but this 1080ti is unbearable. It sounds like my case is about to burst into flames.
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Sorry this thread is pretty big, and tried searching but just want to confirm because I saw a comment a few pages back: you guys are still overclocking these by going into the Voltage/Frequency curve right? Or are you guys just adding straight to the core clock in afterburner?
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Sorry this thread is pretty big, and tried searching but just want to confirm because I saw a comment a few pages back: you guys are still overclocking these by going into the Voltage/Frequency curve right? Or are you guys just adding straight to the core clock in afterburner?

It may or may not help you. It's a "YMMV" kind of thing.
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I guess I'm not really sure... I had a 7970 that had a bit of whine that I kept because it wasn't really audible over game sound, but this 1080ti is unbearable. It sounds like my case is about to burst into flames.
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Sorry for you about this coil whine mad.gif
But I was wondering: what is the acceptable amount of coil whine?
Because I tried 3 different 1080ti and they all produce some coil whine... sadsmiley.gif

99% of modern GPUs will produce coil whine under specific conditions.

The good news is you can deal with coil whine by padding them with something to dampen the vibration. This usually gets rid of 80% of the coil whine. It can be as involved as spreading hot glue around each choke. Don't worry, its extremely removable.


If ur lazy like me, just run a long strip of Seksui Thermal adhesive across the top of all the inductors (but don't remove the white paper bit) and that also does the job. I did this to my AMD 290 Tri-X and haven't had noticeable coil whine in years.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coil_noise#Reducing_coil_noise

Bear in mind coil whine is not actually indicative of the quality of the inductors used. Special low noise units do exist (usually at a drawback of cost, heat or current limitations) but I haven't seen a GPU manufacturer use low noise inductors since iirc Gigabyte a few years back with those "ultra durable" branded solid ferrite chokes.
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It may or may not help you. It's a "YMMV" kind of thing.

Oh got it - so both methods work? I thought with 1080's you had to OC using the frequency curve. Good to know that simply adding some overall boost clock works too!
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Hi kind peeps,

Been busy with real life stuff and work today.

Soon we are going to add a form to our OP so you just add your 1080 Ti model number and info in the form and the spread sheet it automatically updated. We may be able to actually embed the spread sheet info in the OP as well.

When I'm home from work I'll try to set it up.

Shout out to @joder for setting up the form and possibly helping with the embedding and to @SlimJ87D for the great work he's done in improving the OP!! biggrin.gif
    
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