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Originally Posted by Clukos View Post

I lose about 200 points with mem at 550 so I guess mine do scale up to 775 or close enough

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Mine does scale too with VRAM up to ~12700MHz - performance is increasing, but after ~12500MHz it is decreasing stability for core.
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Yes but guess I didn't apply that much because my power limits aren't that much lower.. I will add some more soon just a pain in the rear have to remove all the hot glue and drain my loop again plus I think my D5 is on its last leg barely pushes through my 1st 2 radiators not joking it takes like 30 minutes to fill my system

Haha! Yea, I know how that feels. I wanna do that shunt mod, I already have all the necessary materials. Just don't have the guts yet. biggrin.gif
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Just don't have the guts yet. biggrin.gif
Just to stimulate you biggrin.gif
This post and my answer beneath
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DON'T GET TOO COMFORTABLE, MEN!!!***

http://wccftech.com/nvidia-geforce-20-volta-graphics-card-q3-2017/

My bet is NVIDIA will slightly tweak Pascal (and call it Volta) for minor IPC gain but this is doubtful due to the scheduled release. Unless the manufacturing node has changed/heavily tweaked, I expect GV102 to have similar clockspeed ranges as Pascal, though 15-20% more CUDA cores for a similar die size or 20-30% more CUDA cores and a 500-520mm2 die size. NVIDIA will get these gains for essentially free, likely by utilizing the fact HBM2 memory controllers are smaller and the HBM2 itself is less power hungry than GDDR5x, thus allowing the TDP to remain at 250 (so no real changes to the FE cooler necessary).

I highly doubt GV110 is a thing though. GP100 has actually got worse performance than GP102 at similar resource counts and similar VRAM because it uses more power, thus limiting its clockspeed for the 250W TDP. Unless NVIDIA finally plan to bifurcate the GeForce and Titan lines completely, with GV110 going to the Titan and GV102 going to the 2080Ti. Though I think this is unlikely too since GV110 will likely cost more to make and why put it in a Titan card when they can milk us just the same with the cheaper GV102?
Most likely explanation is GV100 and GV 102 will remain distinct as GPGPU and Graphics GPU.
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I think I finally found my future darling

https://videocardz.com/68741/galax-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-hof-features-163-phase-design

three 8-pin power connectors and 16+3 phase design





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I think I finally found my future darling

https://videocardz.com/68741/galax-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-hof-features-163-phase-design

three 8-pin power connectors and 16+3 phase design







This is .....beautiful....
But I doubt we will have any water blocks available for it...
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Many times written...I'm not upset don't worry for me will find a good card.
Your result is not on 2152 core speed. Your system with 4790@4.7 cannot hold 4k Optimised Superposition benchmark not even with 0.5fps compared to other systems. 10500 mark is where not throttling cards are hitting with 2050-2076Mhz range and you are bellow this mark what we need to discuss if you have a "real" 2152Mhz core frequency or not ?
You can get back and see my score with 2063Mhz core speed...here you're if you're lazy ...and this was prior to the shunt mod tongue.gif


Edit: HyperC has 10632 with 2075Mhz some posts above also

Edit: Not upset for 0.5fps difference just get with it you're not running 2152Mhz core speed...actually the difference is you have 1.5fps less relating to 2.3% difference claiming 50mhz higher core speed biggrin.gif

Once again, you're wrong and not listening. Everyone system is different, I'm not sure why exactly my score 0.05 fps but I already pointed out to you that my score with 2088 or 2075 Mhz isn't the same as yours because we have different system setups. And hyper has a better cpu, oh shocking!

You're in some kind of denial that a cpu makes a difference in a 4K test but let's take a closer look at at the fps itself. I'm scoring higher maximum fps than hyper but his minimum framerates are slightly better, which slackman has multiple post showing that even at higher resolution a cpu can increase your minimum framerates.

But what's consistent is that if I increase my clocks by 1% I gain about 1% in performance. It's scaling in my system.

The voltage curve using 2088 Mhz doesn't matter. Here's my score, once again in my system, at 2088 not using a voltage curve.



And running it at 2152 Mhz



So obviously the score is going up, not down. Compared to modern hardware, yeah I might have a bottleneck that can be affecting my score by 1 or 1.5 frames, where 1 frame literally makes a 125 point difference in a 10,000 figure range.. But does that mean my card isn't running at 2152 Mhz? No, that's proven wrong with the images I just posted above.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/20/17 at 5:57am
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This is .....beautiful....
But I doubt we will have any water blocks available for it...

With the 980ti HOF they had a version directly with an EK waterblock out of the box. I hope they will do this again
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With the 980ti HOF they had a version directly with an EK waterblock out of the box. I hope they will do this again

The 1080 Ti HOF might be the one I will get to replace my 1080 Ti FE. I had the 980 Ti HOF and loved it, it boosted to over 1400Mhz out of the box. The block was made by Bitspower and not EK. From my experience with previous HOF cards, you are looking at September for the block to even start showing up at retailers and not everyone will have them. Just sucks that all those extra power phases won't mean anything because of how Pascal works. That said, HOF cards are the best I have owned. thumb.gif
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I think I finally found my future darling

https://videocardz.com/68741/galax-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-hof-features-163-phase-design

three 8-pin power connectors and 16+3 phase design






Epic looking card, but seems like a lot of effort to go to for a chip that seems not to have gone much past 2100Mhz in any variant to date.
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