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Originally Posted by Outcasst View Post

I just tried to push mine to +200 memory and my PC completely locked up.

Thankfully the card is still working...

Mine locked up at +400. Artifacts all over the screen too. Yeah, leaving memory well enough alone.
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post #682 of 10494
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Yea that's what I'm leaning towards since EVGA hasn't even talked about a 1080ti kit and I'd rather get rid of it sooner than later.

You think $200 shipped makes sense or should I go lower?
got $350 out of my 980ti hybrid on ebay in a matter of 3 hrs priced buy now. 3 days ago.
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The monitor you list in your sig rig has a Display Port http://www.samsung.com/uk/monitors/led-s27b970d/

You are right, I totally overlooked that. Thanks for the heads up. I assume Display Port goes up to 2560x1440, correct?
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Mine locked up at +400. Artifacts all over the screen too. Yeah, leaving memory well enough alone.
so weird. further up the thread we got guys saying they get +520, +600, and +800. saying they see performance bumps all the way up (some say up until +500). and then we have a bricked card at +250. seeing artifacts is fine, that is what should happen when you go up to high. i usually go up until i see artifacts then go back down 50-100.
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You are right, I totally overlooked that. Thanks for the heads up. I assume Display Port goes up to 2560x1440, correct?
hdmi and diaplay port both go to 5k
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You are right, I totally overlooked that. Thanks for the heads up. I assume Display Port goes up to 2560x1440, correct?

Yes.
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hdmi and diaplay port both go to 5k

While I am not entirely sure as it was quite some time ago, when I was setting up my monitor with the computer, I had difficulties getting 2560x1440 via HDMI and could only do 1920x1080 for some reason. So due to that I used DVI, never had the change to try out DisplayPort though. I might have to test it out again with the HDMI cable that it is included. I do not think its HDMI 2.0 though.

Is there any difference between using HDMI or DisplayPort?
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While I am not entirely sure as it was quite some time ago, when I was setting up my monitor with the computer, I had difficulties getting 2560x1440 via HDMI and could only do 1920x1080 for some reason. So due to that I used DVI, never had the change to try out DisplayPort though. I might have to test it out again with the HDMI cable that it is included. I do not think its HDMI 2.0 though.

Is there any difference between using HDMI or DisplayPort?
well, dp is better unless you have hdmi2.0 port and a quality cable. So, i'd recommend dp. it's pretty great and will easily do 1440p/144
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While I am not entirely sure as it was quite some time ago, when I was setting up my monitor with the computer, I had difficulties getting 2560x1440 via HDMI and could only do 1920x1080 for some reason. So due to that I used DVI, never had the change to try out DisplayPort though. I might have to test it out again with the HDMI cable that it is included. I do not think its HDMI 2.0 though.

Is there any difference between using HDMI or DisplayPort?

Some older graphics cards can't do >1080p over HDMI. The 1080Ti definitely can so you won't run into that issue.

HDMI and DisplayPort are different standards but are comparable in most ways. DisplayPort currently supports additional features like adaptive sync and some higher resolutions (above 4K).
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Can anyone comment on power limiting on these cards (without shunt mod)? On a regular 1080FE I hit the power limit continuously. I'm wondering how much of an issue that is with the 1080Ti FE - in particular under water.
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