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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

looks great. that is amazing temps for sli fe compared to the 80s 980ti sli hit. If you grizz them up, you'll be in the 60s and that's great!

Yeah, i love that ram but those prices are retarded.

Best thing about sli 1080ti would be the over aboundance of power makes all that tweaking less needed. Of course you will want to determine which one is bettter , and how much better, for your single card games/situations.

All in all, GREAT decision to sell the 6950 and fund the WHOLE PC, and great decision in 2 1080ti over one Titan, especially on an 8 core cpu like you have. NASTY.

Thanks man thumb.gif
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Sick setup thumb.gif

Plan to do the exact same thing when those Hybrid Kits are back in stock wink.gif
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Love my Corsair AX1500i, a holdover from when I was doing quad SLI. biggrin.gif
it is a nice leftover. one of the best things about sli was it forced me to get a much better psu, and that's always a nice thing. I recommend not skimping on the psu.
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If we had the option of bios flashing for higher tdp nobody would be shunt modding (except maybe LN2 overclockers). Imo it's not worth it for 24/7 usage, better downvolt them and find a sweetspot where your GPU won't be power limited (usually 1.000-1.0310).

How do you tell your gpu is power limited? what does it say in gpuz, and color? for the peformance cap reason tab
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

I once had a Lepa G 1600 to run my 4 x R9 290x and after a certain time (2 years) it started to fail and couldn't give more than 900watts from the wall at one point. It had 6 different rails so it was also hard to balance all the wattage accross them all especially with 4 x cards. I RMAed it sold it, and bought an EVGA Supernova 1600 T2...it was actually the second Lepa G 1600 failing on me. The Supernova has only a single rail of 1600watts. Never had issues with the EVGA PSU...a superflower unit.

It's not all about the wattage, it is also about the quality of the PSU.

The GTX 1080ti only peaks at 267watts. A Quality 750watts PSU is more than enough for a single GTX 1080ti.

LOL!!! man, you really cannot go by a chart. My 1080ti pulls 375w from the wall max load. total system load is around ~550w, so yeah a 650w psu would "work", until it "worked" itself to death and kills off your mobo and possibly cpu, ram, and gpu with it. Hell, it can even kill a monitor. It aint nothin to play with, towing the power line, a psu is a mass murderer, man!
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Originally Posted by bloodhawk View Post

Some tests ASUS BIOS (Slightly modded) + 10 Ohm resistor mod -

http://i.imgur.com/KDCoPBA.jpg

corsair_link_20170423_00_04_12.csv 41k .csv file

Even though its reporting throttling, i now know what is the cause (PCIe Connector PL, mainly, and one other PL im yet to find)
Next step is to solder on an 8 Pin PCie connector , since there are pin outs and active traces on the GPU board.
now THAT'S a mod. turning an 8+6 into an 8+8...
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How do you tell your gpu is power limited? what does it say in gpuz, and color? for the peformance cap reason tab

Power limited would be green.
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Originally Posted by CoreyL4 View Post

How do you tell your gpu is power limited? what does it say in gpuz, and color? for the peformance cap reason tab

Check the power tab in afterburner, if you are around your max limit (120% for fe iirc) and the gpu core clock fluctuates, that means you are power limited. Lowering the voltage will help stabilize the core clock, same thing as the shunt mod, only you will probably clock a bit less and consume a lot less power.
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Is there already any BIOS with higher Power Limit than Inno3D with 315W?
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Originally Posted by dunbheagan View Post

Superposition 4K, 1080Ti@2100/6000, 4790k@4800MHz: 10171 Points

Superposition 4K, 1080Ti@2100/6000, 4790k@4500MHz: 10265 Points

Funny, huh? I tried it couple times, results stay the same.

I suspect one of your power supply rails is either running out of juice or your CPU must be throttling slightly at 4.8? My 4790K scales liniearly all the way to 5.2ghz. What are your voltages at 4.5 vs 4.8? Also as suggested above, it could be within the margin of error of the benchmark. You never know when windows decides to index a file or do something nasty in the background. Is this over multiple runs?
Edited by KraxKill - 4/23/17 at 11:44am
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Originally Posted by OneCosmic View Post

Is there already any BIOS with higher Power Limit than Inno3D with 315W?

There is the AMP! Extreme bios I think but I'm not sure it works on a FE model.
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