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This is the last time I am buying an MSI card. First time it was the 980 Ti that wouldn't clock past 1434 MHz. This time the 1080 Ti that won't clock past 1950 MHz without crashing (does 1974 but then backs down to 1950 for consistent performance).

What a POS.

My ASUS 1080 Ti FE did 2050/12100. This one does 1950/12100. Angry at it.

For now, I have set it to OC mode that boosts it to 1923-1936 and left it there. Screw MSI.

Yea, I can relate. I'm not a big fan/had very good luck with MSI or Gigabyte, lots of DOA, or QC issues, when they have worked for me they've been poor performers/clockers, always resulting in me exchanging or selling them off in favor of ASUS or EVGA cards.

I've also had decent luck with PNY too, but ASUS and EVGA are tops thumb.gif
post #6772 of 10593
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Originally Posted by KickAssCop View Post

This is the last time I am buying an MSI card. First time it was the 980 Ti that wouldn't clock past 1434 MHz. This time the 1080 Ti that won't clock past 1950 MHz without crashing (does 1974 but then backs down to 1950 for consistent performance).

What a POS.

My ASUS 1080 Ti FE did 2050/12100. This one does 1950/12100. Angry at it.

For now, I have set it to OC mode that boosts it to 1923-1936 and left it there. Screw MSI.
ebay dat joint, killa. Grab that dude's golden zotac from a few pages back.
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Yea, I can relate. I'm not a big fan/had very good luck with MSI or Gigabyte, lots of DOA, or QC issues, when they have worked for me they've been poor performers/clockers, always resulting in me exchanging or selling them off in favor of ASUS or EVGA cards.

I've also had decent luck with PNY too, but ASUS and EVGA are tops thumb.gif
damn sure cant complain about my aorus but a few others werent so lucky. 10,965 gpu score in timespy is salty/.
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This is the last time I am buying an MSI card. First time it was the 980 Ti that wouldn't clock past 1434 MHz. This time the 1080 Ti that won't clock past 1950 MHz without crashing (does 1974 but then backs down to 1950 for consistent performance).

What a POS.

My ASUS 1080 Ti FE did 2050/12100. This one does 1950/12100. Angry at it.

For now, I have set it to OC mode that boosts it to 1923-1936 and left it there. Screw MSI.

Had an MSI 1080 SeaHawk EK X, clocked like a dream. All brands have there duds.
post #6775 of 10593
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damn sure cant complain about my aorus but a few others werent so lucky. 10,965 gpu score in timespy is salty/.

You're lucky my friend, my Aorus didn't go so hot... or rather all it went was hot. Loading at 87c, what a joke. mad.gif

My SLi FE cards aren't on blocks yet and they're never going beyond 74C! lachen.gif

I plan to re-paste em with kryo or hydronaut when I get my hybrid kits in.
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Had an MSI 1080 SeaHawk EK X, clocked like a dream. All brands have there duds.

Their*

Let's be honest though... Hybrid cooled cards are just usually guaranteed to perform/be built better.
post #6776 of 10593
It is all pure silicon lottery in my experience. I've had nothing but EVGA for the past few cycles and I've not had a golden card yet. My 670, 980, and now 1080ti are all meh. At least I can hit 2038 now that I'm under water on my 1080ti.
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It is all pure silicon lottery in my experience. I've had nothing but EVGA for the past few cycles and I've not had a golden card yet. My 670, 980, and now 1080ti are all meh. At least I can hit 2038 now that I'm under water on my 1080ti.

Anything over 1950mhz is good in my book. thumb.gif

2050+ is golden
post #6778 of 10593
I've actually ended up running 0.993v and 2000 on the core +630 mem (gotta have that round 540 GB/s). Perfectly stable (even in Witcher 3) and stays usually in the 60-65 C range and is virtually silent. Benchmarking I can go up to 2113-2126 but I'm power limited because of the voltage.
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I've actually ended up running 0.993v and 2000 on the core +630 mem (gotta have that round 540 GB/s). Perfectly stable (even in Witcher 3) and stays usually in the 60-65 C range and is virtually silent. Benchmarking I can go up to 2113-2126 but I'm power limited because of the voltage.

Impressive! thumb.gif
post #6780 of 10593
I don't get how you guys are getting 100+ fps @1440p in your games?
I'm playing World of Warcraft and dropping to about 35fps on 1080p resolution in some areas.
My settings are maxed everything with SSAA turned on. My clocks are 2025@ 1.000v. +350 mem.

@nico67 I installed the PSU today. Didn't fix me getting the rainbow in GPU-Z. I cannot figure out why I'm getting that rainbow, but it only seems to happen when AB messes up my initial profile and the computer is cooled down when I apply it. Going to try not overclocking until my card heats up above 50deg and see if that helps.
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