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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post


Since I'm using a 1080p 144Hz monitor, my aim is always at least 144fps. There are still other AAA games that would benefit from a 1080 and my original plan was really to upgrade to a 1080 until 1080Ti came along. I was told that my overclocked CPU will not bottleneck a 1080, is that accurate? Is the performance difference between a 1080 and a 1080Ti enough to bottleneck my CPU?

I can probably find a way to upgrade my monitor to at least a 1440p 144Hz G-Sync one but then my GPU (assuming I already go with the 1080Ti) would still be bottlenecked by my CPU and I also need to upgrade my board and RAM. So I guess I'm not really sure if it's wiser to upgrade to a 1080 or a 1080Ti considering these circumstances. Thoughts?


Since Nivida introduced Super Sampling bottlenecking is not really a thing. You can always force additional work on the card this way. If you are max fps or above 144fps and your GPU is underutilized I can assure you that you can simply ask the card to render at 133% or higher and downsample to your display from there. This looks better than native and will add additional load onto your GPU if by some chance you see underutilized.
post #632 of 10467
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Originally Posted by Renairy View Post

This has to be the least exciting launch for me and i think it has to do with the games that are currently available and the games that should be.

Well I'm looking forward to Mass Effect Andromeda in its buttery smooth glory that will come from the card. At least I hope so haha.
post #633 of 10467
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Originally Posted by KraxKill View Post

Since Nivida introduced Super Sampling bottlenecking is not really a thing. You can always force additional work on the card this way. If you are max fps or above 144fps and your GPU is underutilized I can assure you that you can simply ask the card to render at 133% or higher and downsample to your display from there. This looks better than native and will add additional load onto your GPU if by some chance you see underutilized.

I've tried DSR a few months ago and there were numerous disadvantages with it. It's just simply not better than native. I've created a thread about it before, I'll post it when I have the chance to find it.
post #634 of 10467
Hi guys. As I'm a bios modder, is there anyone who can send me a bios dump of his GTX 1080 Ti please ? I'd like to try to mod it. wink.gif
post #635 of 10467
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Originally Posted by Agueybana_II View Post

Decided to reach out to Gigabyte, ASUS, PNY, MSI, EVGA, ZOTAC to asked the following question regarding WARRANTY

My email is in regards to [Company] warranty for the 1080TI FE. Does [Company] voids the warranty of the GPU after an aftermarket water block is installed?

****Responses*****

EVGA stated:
Hello,

As long as you are able to put the original cooler back on the card when sending it in for replacement there shouldn't be any issues with warranty. Simply removing the cooler does not void your warranty. If you have any other questions, please let us know.

Regards,
EVGA

Will update as manufacture provide response.
MSI Response (Click to show)
Dear CV

Thank you for your question
You will not void the warranty by doing so
Please note should you need to return the card to service, it should be complete and without any mechanical damage


Thank you and Best regards

MSI Mainboard and VGA Customer Service
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Anyone know anything about this sli bridge from asus? I can't find it anywhere to buy. Has it not been released yet?]

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Originally Posted by TwinParadox View Post

Hi guys. As I'm a bios modder, is there anyone who can send me a bios dump of his GTX 1080 Ti please ? I'd like to try to mod it. wink.gif

Done with latest version of nvflash, BIOS date 1/18/2017 Gigabyte 1080 Ti FE.

1080Ti.zip 156k .zip file

Identifying EEPROM...
EEPROM ID (EF,6013) : WBond W25Q40EW 1.65-1.95V 4096Kx1S, page
Reading adapter firmware image...
IFR Data Size : 2184 bytes
IFR CRC32 : A73AE6C5
IFR Image Size : 2560 bytes
IFR Image CRC32 : 432F79F3
IFR Subsystem ID : 10DE-120F
Image Size : 260096 bytes
Version : 86.02.39.00.01
~CRC32 : E303990C
Image Hash : 901B1B9D77096B6AEA31138C207A1F2E
Subsystem ID : 10DE-120F
Hierarchy ID : Normal Board
Chip SKU : 350-0
Project : G611-0050
CDP : N/A
Build Date : 01/18/17
Modification Date : 01/18/17
Build GUID : 402D5B72FFFFFFB8FFFFFFA34DFFFFFFFBFFFFFFBEFFFFFFB8FFFFFFA9FFFFFFC5FFFFFFCDFFFFFF99FFFFFFEE31
UEFI Support : Yes
UEFI Version : 0x30006 (Oct 26 2016 @ 21305424 )
UEFI Variant Id : 0x0000000000000007 ( GP1xx )
UEFI Signer(s) : Microsoft Corporation UEFI CA 2011
InfoROM Version : G001.0000.01.04
InfoROM Backup Exist : NO
License Placeholder : Absent
GPU Mode : N/A
Saving of image completed.
    
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Done with latest version of nvflash, BIOS date 1/18/2017 Gigabyte 1080 Ti FE.

Thanks mate. wink.gif
post #639 of 10467
So because I removed the 980ti's hybrid cooler and put it onto my 1080ti, what should I do with the 980ti?

I see two options, wait for EVGA to release a 1080ti specific one, then return the 980ti to its original state and then try to sell it.

OR try to sell it without the cooler for super cheap?

I really don't need a spare GPU.
post #640 of 10467
According to EK their Titan X water blocks should fit the 1080 Ti (https://www.ekwb.com/news/existing-ek-fc-titan-x-pascal-compatible-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-ti/) or do you really want EVGA's hydro solution?

I would sell it as original as possible
 
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