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yeah, do it the tried and true way and you'll know your card very well. If you push it more and it crashes, you'll know it so well you'll say, "Damn , I knew I pushed 1.043v a little too hard". Just knowing your limits is the key to maximizing your overclock.

That rainbow is weird. i only got it a few times. try a baby voltage bump and lock it one higher up the curve and see if it goes away or at least goes to just blue.

Exactly smile.gif it takes patient's but it the only way to get a good baseline for what your card can do
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Anyone know when the Seahawk EK X is coming out?
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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







The 1080ti HOF is now online for pre-order on overclockers.co.uk

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/kfa2-geforce-gtx-1080ti-hof-11264mb-gddr5x-pci-express-graphics-card-gx-09g-kf.html
post #6424 of 10614
If i run Time Spy and get Vrel,VOp and Pwr, but the clockspeed and voltage stay constant through the whole thing. Does it really matter?

I'm running 2025 on 0,9810v. So are they just really telling me that im holding my card "back" ? Or is there something I'm not understanding here?
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Edit: Nvm ended up running this as my daily OC on Asus Strix


Edited by viz0id - 4/21/17 at 1:59am
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The 1080ti HOF is now online for pre-order on overclockers.co.uk

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/kfa2-geforce-gtx-1080ti-hof-11264mb-gddr5x-pci-express-graphics-card-gx-09g-kf.html
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Got some Reference cards installed with the EVGA Titan Xp/1080 Ti Hybrid kits, doing pretty darn well right now, haven't had time to really try and OC them yet, but I have them running at 2050 Mhz. Having a heaven just run constantly for about 2 hours, the highest temp I got was 42C on the bottom card, only thing I might change at this time is the bottom fan, currently a corsair 120 SP, probably should have an AF there for just a bit more VRAM cooling, if I go and OC it. The LED lights work great with the EVGA controller software, although I wish there were a few more options. That is the new Hight Bandwidth Bridge as well.

can you please post temps during a Firestrike Extreme/Ultra Stress test?
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Has anyone installed an AIO to any of these cards?
I´m curious about what temp drops they have seen, and if anyone have a comparison between a small AIO (120) and a larger AIO (240)

What sort of bracket have been used, or just modding the stock founder edition cooler?
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Don't ask me how I know but there WILL be a waterblock coming for the 1080 Ti HOF biggrin.gif
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Don't ask me how I know but there WILL be a waterblock coming for the 1080 Ti HOF biggrin.gif

all I wanted to hear smile.gif
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Anyone?

what model of CPU, what cooling, what voltage and what workloads were you running?
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