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Originally Posted by KraxKill View Post

What troubleshooting have you tried? Remove drivers? Reseat card? Do a clean install? What are your temps?

Drivers reinstall, AB reinstall, Aorus software uninstall. Temps were very good. 57C during benches were max I saw on my card.

Also I had before 1080 Ti Asus Strix which I returned and I did not have any problems with it whatsoever. Also my 980Ti which I have just installed again do not have any problems on the same drivers.


If you read reviews on Newegg about Aorus Xtreme and in Aorus Owners thread you can see that this is common problem. It was not just "bad luck" on my side.

If you read reviews on Asus, MSI etc you can see there are no such a problems there.
Edited by Benny89 - 4/19/17 at 2:48pm
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post #6142 of 10403
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Help with OC in my strix? I need to unlock the voltage? Msi afterburnet does not display this option

http://www.overclock.net/t/1625653/how-to-get-voltage-slider-in-afterburner-working-on-a-1080-ti/0_30
post #6143 of 10403
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Drivers reinstall, AB reinstall, Aorus software uninstall. Temps were very good. 57C during benches were max I saw on my card.

Also I had before 1080 Ti Asus Strix which I returned and I did not have any problems with it whatsoever.


If you read reviews on Newegg about Aorus Xtreme and in Aorus Owners thread you can see that this is common problem. It was not just "bad luck" on my side.

If you read reviews on Asus, MSI etc you can see there are no such a problems there.

That sucks. Try to see what wattage or at least TDP the card is drawing before/when it crashes. Try to re-seat the card. PCIE can be finicky sometimes.
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Thank you very much ... nothing will happen if the voltage increases?
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threw in the new card ran it stock on air, first time spy test
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That sucks. Try to see what wattage or at least TDP the card is drawing before/when it crashes. Try to re-seat the card. PCIE can be finicky sometimes.

Already done that. TDP was ok, besides I tried it on stock, max Power Limit, 110%, 120% etc etc. PCIE was fine, I always double checked if card sits well.

Also artefacting on stock settings is just unacceptable on 700 USD card...
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post #6147 of 10403
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With OC strix Bios, power will be unlocked
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Actually they went even further. No returns period on cards accept for replacements.

Return Policies
Return for refund within: Non-refundable
Return for replacement within: 30 days

Its great. People like him are forced to sell them since they cant abuse the policy any more trying to get their money back. Just for testing or playing with a card/cards they have no intent on keeping.

How is he abusing the replacement policy though? His card is faulty. It should be running in the high 60s, but it's running in the high 80s.
post #6148 of 10403
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Thank you very much ... nothing will happen if the voltage increases?

No man, I already answered your question a few pages back. Start reading the thread or at least use the search function.
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ran a firestrike, off to work i go, sucks, i want to tinker with it lol
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Thank you very much ... nothing will happen if the voltage increases?

If you look at the voltage curve (you can read about it in here), all the voltage slider does is allows the card to move further to the right.
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