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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Yeah, but if he's playing at higher resolutions, then you guys would be about equal.

If he had a better CPU though, it would give him like 1 or 2 more FPS. Not that big of a deal.

If he's playing at 1080P, then that's a different story.

Yeah I'm talking about the CPU holding him back benching-wise. Gaming is a whole other story. In games it's not as big of a deal if you don't have a newer CPU.
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But than you'll have the chance to burn it ....literally biggrin.gif
Great memory OC you have there, but push some more - my results in these test were GPU wize:
FS - 32294
FSX - 15930
FSU - 7850
TS - 11304

Jesus you are running 2114 on the core? What voltage are you running on the curve to hit 2114? That's a nice card you've got there!
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I just got this little puppy, Zotac GTX 1080 Ti Blower.

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I like even numbers and simplicity. Will I run into any troubles with a core oc of 2000 MHz, mem oc of 6000 MHz without any curve adjustment and increased voltage? Can I go back to the Maxwell days of just bumping up the slider and not run into any voltage or power limits with the above oc gains? I'm keeping it mild to not have to tinker too much. GPU will be on a full waterblock and custom liquid.

Card is an EVGA FE. I can't test at the moment due to a wip build log, but hopefully in 2 weeks time I'll have it up and running.

You're going to have issues because the card is really running at 1999 Mhz and just rounds up to 2000 Mhz in reporting software. So your OCD will probably cause you to either hang yourself or jump out a window because it's truly not running an even number.
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Yeah I'm talking about the CPU holding him back benching-wise. Gaming is a whole other story. In games it's not as big of a deal if you don't have a newer CPU.
Jesus you are running 2114 on the core? What voltage are you running on the curve to hit 2114? That's a nice card you've got there!

Running? He once ran it at that core until his card blew up. Now he's just a broken man, a shadow of his old self. Now he keeps epeening that he used to have a good card until it blew up. He waits for people to show their benchmarks and then brags about his veteran past with his old card before it blew up biggrin.gif

Edit: Joking
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/19/17 at 9:56am
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You're going to have issues because the card is really running at 1999 Mhz and just rounds up to 2000 Mhz in reporting software. So your OCD will probably cause you to either hang yourself or jump out a window because it's truly not running an even number.

Lawd almighty... /wrists smile.gif

Ticks aside tongue.gif, will 1999 run into any PL/VL issues at stock bios & voltage levels? I need to hurry up and get this build finished before all this hardware becomes obsolete.
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Did anyone try to disasamble 1080 TI ROG STRIX? Or found a video of someone doing it? I want to see if 1080 TI also have those stupid warranty stickers below backplate.

There's a warranty sticker on top of one of the four screws holding the heatsink.
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Depending where you live, the warranty void sticker doesnt mean anything, they cant just make stuff like this up, it`s your card you can dissasemble it.
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Some undervolting results


I can run a stable 2025 on the core with "just" 1.0120mv (tested on several games at 4k maxed), I also lowered the memory from +750 to +600 just in case, this is for 24/7 usage. I prefer not to dump too much heat into my room/case and I think this strikes a nice balance smile.gif
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Some undervolting results


I can run a stable 2025 on the core with "just" 1.0120mv (tested on several games at 4k maxed), I also lowered the memory from +750 to +600 just in case, this is for 24/7 usage. I prefer not to dump too much heat into my room/case and I think this strikes a nice balance smile.gif

How are you undervolting the card? Are you just lowering the values on the voltage curve?
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Alright, overclocking done for today, some results:

Firestrike (32k GPU Score): http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19385621

 
Firestrike Extreme (15.6k GPU Score): http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19385311

 
Firestrike Ultra (7.7k GPU Score): http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19385522

 
Time Spy (10.8k GPU Score): http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19386518

 
2038 curve OC and +750 on mem. I'm severely power limited but I don't really want to shunt mod the card.

My 980ti is almost the same
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