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Here's the best that I've been able to do at the 4k optimized. Been so busy that I've barely had time to turn on my computer. I'm slamming into the power limit hard and all the time on this benchmark. I'm hitting the power limit and downclocking pretty bad even though my temps never pass 34 C so far on this bench. Mine won't hold 2063 core to save it's life in this bench. It spends a lot of time 2050 down to even 2025.



Thanks Kedarwolf and the rest for all the work getting this organized. I'll try to submit my info here shortly.
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Aren't you scared of drawing more power from the mobo? There was that whole RX 480 fiscal that supposedly damaged a lot of mobos because the card bios drew 85+ watts from the mobo.

A lot of guides have said that shunting the resistor by the bios won't do much anyways. Luckily I haven't gone over 380 Watts in timespy or superposition, so I don't eve think I need the extra 400+ watts the shunt mod has added.

Nice sarcophagus though.

Scared? No. Concerned? Yes

I start hitting TDP at 2063-2075 without the shunt and my card seems to boost to 2100+ solid with it. Says i'm at 94% TDP which could be an obscene amount of watts through the mobo but hopefully ASUS did their homework and over engineered a bit. So far so good and the power cables are cool.
Edited by KraxKill - 4/19/17 at 4:35pm
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Scared? No. Concerned? Yes

I start hitting TDP at 2063-2075 without the shunt and my card seems to boost to 2100+ solid with it. Says i'm at 94% TDP which could be an obscene amount of watts through the mobo but hopefully ASUS did their homework and over engineered a bit. So far so good and the power cables are cool.

You hit that at stock voltage or at higher? Did you use V slider or Voltage curve?

FE or STRIX?
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You hit that at stock voltage or at higher? Did you use V slider or Voltage curve?

FE or STRIX?

With FE at anything over 1.050v. 1.063v if I remember correctly so with the voltage slider untouched. I have to bump for 2075 at 1.07 and am at 1.093 at 2100+ end of the line so to speak. It's a matter of cooling from there.
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It is possible as im at 2100 v1.093, only thing is you will probably have to put it under water or hybrid kit... At least this way card will stay cool even at higher clocks
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Patiently waiting to trade in my 1070 Sea Hawk EK X for the 1080 Ti variant, if MSI ever decides to release it...
Edited by noles1983 - 4/19/17 at 5:12pm
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He shunt modded a card that doesn't need the shunt mod. His card could already access 375 watts iirc if it needed to, and he shunt modded it. So it could have access 500 watts and blew up.

Oh wow. Ouch. Is there a tool to see how many watts the GPU is pulling by itself (not including the CPU etc.)
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Yup voltage curve looks like this:


I just tried this and after about 10 minutes of playing Tom Clancy's Wildlands I saw that my voltage had jumped up to 1.062v from 1.012v. Running a core clock of 2025. Not sure why it jumped up 5 bins like that. Before this I was running 2063 @ 1.062v. Looks like my card really likes 1.062v. BTW TC Wildlands is VERY CPU dependent. More so than any of the other games I play.

After much experimenting with many BIOS etc. Why I need to do to stop voltages from jumping around is CTRL D for default curve, hit the check mark to apply, then hold shift and put the top most line one point higher than the voltage you want, so if you want say 2032 drag level line holding shift to 2041 core, hit the check mark to apply, it'll stay at 2032 after you do.

Next you drag the voltage point you want to 2041 core, so for me it's 1.000v to 2041, apply it again, now from a straight line from 1.000v to the right it'll be at 2032. Lastly I smooth out the curve below 1.000 to 2025 at .993, 2012 at .981 and gradually lower.

By applying the core point one point higher then the core speed you want, like 2041 fur a 2032 core speed it doesn't jump higher.

Another example If you put say 2025 at 1.000v at 2025 directly and hit apply the voltage will jump to .1.062v at times for some reason.

But if you put it at 2032 at 1.000v, hit apply, it'll actually apply to 2025 at 1.000v on s straight line to the right and NOT jump higher at all.

I might make a quick video about this trick. smile.gif

I take this all back.

While it's an ideal way to set your voltage curve after some more testing some voltages and clock points have the jump to 1.062v no matter how you apply them. 2012 core at .993v v I think did it, 2000 at .950v definitely did it.

I think it depends on actual point in the curve if we have this bug. frown.gif
    
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AORUS CARDS are poop mad.gif Don't buy Xtreme cards, I can confirm that problems with those are true:

Ok, this cards are ******! I was thinking that I have good card, no problem- it could run Heaven, boosting nicely. NO.

First of all, my card started to artefacting in every game and Benchmark like crazy. Even with stock Memory settings it artefacting now everytime.

Whats more- I just can't start playing games, especially BF1. It crashes immidietly after map is loaded and I am suppose to chose class. I got error about DirectX 11 failure/something and that card has been physically removed. Which means drivers crash.... Even on stock settings not touching afterburner at all....

So my card is broken and I can't play anything with it... Superb. Didn't have all that problems with Asus Strix or my 980Ti. mad.gif

I don't know what is wrong with those cards but I recommend avoiding Aorus cards right now.

Super dissapointed considering price and waiting.

Every time I try to start game on stock settings, no even OC mode, anything:



And artefacts everywhere.... mad.gif

What game does this happen to you? I get this too on Mass effect andromeda. But that game has an issue acknowledged by Nvidia about memory errors. It happens to me randomly or when I have an aggressive oc.
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With OC strix Bios, power will be unlocked

No, it will not be unlocked. Sorry to disappoint you but 4 of us already measured the power draws from the Asus bios and it doesn't give you 30 watts. Bloodhawk, Nico, Kraxkills and I have all measured PM the power output of the Asus bios and at most it seems to give you 10 watts.

500x1000px-LL-78e8ee12_SystemPowerDrawASUSvsStock.png

Second, 30 watts is not enough, you need 75-80 more watts to not be power limited. So even if the ASUS bios gave you 30 watts, which I along with 3 others am skeptical about, it would only stop you from hitting power limits sometimes. You'll never be able to run 1.075-1.093 Volts without the shunt mod.

Stock bios with shunt mod, accessing 75-100 watts of more power.


900x900px-LL-b810b17a_ShuntvsStockPowerDraw.png


KedarWolf needs to do his test with the stock BIOS and Asus bios and read his PSU draw. His nvidia power command prompt is with his physx card still connected and it's giving him the power draw for both cards. If he did a furmark with the Asus and stock BIOS and measured using corsair link and PSU, he'd make the same discovery the 4 of us have already made.

Edit :I attached wrong last image I'll post-office the right one later.

The power draw in the Nvidia command is shown separately for each card, not combined.

And I never used Furmark, I used a maxed out custom TimeSpy test to get the voltages on my 1080 Ti I have shown.

Even Furmark doesn't draw that kind of power.
Edited by KedarWolf - 4/19/17 at 5:12pm
    
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