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yeeehaaaa!!!!!

It's confirmed!

There is going to be EVGA 1080 TI K|NGP|N Edition. smile.gif
Edited by nrpeyton - 4/24/17 at 12:49pm
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Do you refund us if we buy a Zotac and if this is not true for some of us ? wink.gif
if you are worried buy the k|ngp|n. But, if you buy from amazon, they'll refund you. Just dont buy from the egg w/o checking the return policy. They have had enough of the gpu returns because of poor overclock headroom.
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After some testing with 3d mark and superposition my Zotac holds about 2037-2050mhz max stable. So no, its really silicon lottery after all.

And like I've mentioned a few posts before, anything past 11.6ghz on the memory starts artifacting.

I can get to 6075 on my memory, although I wish I could trade higher core for memory speeds.
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After some testing with 3d mark and superposition my Zotac holds about 2037-2050mhz max stable. So no, its really silicon lottery after all.

And like I've mentioned a few posts before, anything past 11.6ghz on the memory starts artifacting.
That's actually pretty good, though. it just a hair below me in mem and core. All-in-all a good one. 2050 and 11.6 matches well, too. You aren't missing out on much with the extra bandwidth you (I) can't quite get .
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I can get to 6075 on my memory, although I wish I could trade higher core for memory speeds.
ha, if we could trade i might give you a few. my mem max OC is +440, so 11.8 or so. but i can hold 2076-2088. that's about right, i guess, but artifacting before 12gbps does peave me a bit.
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Seen it as a possible "teaser" at guru3d.

So I went digging a bit deeper and found a little "shout-out" on the chat-box at the top of his website. (not a "post" as such) so it will disappear as more people use the chat-box.

But it did come from the man himself, on his account/name.

So its definitely a confirmation :-) Not speculation. wink.gif
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Seen it as a possible "teaser" at guru3d.

So I went digging a bit deeper and found a little "shout-out" on the chat-box at the top of his website. (not a "post" as such) so it will disappear as more people use the chat-box.

But it did come from the man himself, on his account/name.

So its definitely a confirmation :-) Not speculation. wink.gif
yeah, Vince confirmed it on twitter last friday i think.
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yeah, Vince confirmed it on twitter last friday i think.

My 1080 TI Founders Edition arrives on Thursday. Not sure what to do now, lol.

In all honest; I really wasn't sure it was going to happen.

I thought EVGA may of just stopped after the FTW3 this round. All with the new ICX and 9 thermal sensors e.t.c and all nvidias new lockdowns and BIOS lockouts (not to mention voltage),

This could also be a sign that some of that could still change on pascal (with TI). :-)
(Obviously as KP edition is so overclocking focused).
Edited by nrpeyton - 4/24/17 at 12:42pm
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For Future 1080 TI Owners- Don't worry that much about clocks pass 2000mhz.

Unless you are benching and aim for highest bench scores you should NOT be concerned about Max OC on core pass 2000 Mhz. We are talkig here about 3,5- 3,8% difference on Core Clock speed 2000Mhz vs 2050-2078 speeds.

That said it gains you absolutely nothing in games.

I have run some tests in Witcher 3 today and I have been testing in same area 3 different clocks:

2038 core, 2050 core and 2063 core.

The total difference between 2038 and 2063 core was- 1 fps in 1440p. We are talking here about scenario where I have anything from 88 fps to 105 fps in game. 1 fps is nothing.

Between 2038 and 2050 there was no difference at all in performance.

That being said- you could see 2 fps difference in games between 2000mhz and 2075mhz . And that not being guarantee as you can have better performance on lower clocks, depending on how good chip you got.

So if your card is 2000 mhz then you are winner. thumb.gif
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For Future 1080 TI Owners- Don't worry that much about clocks pass 2000mhz.

Unless you are benching and aim for highest bench scores you should NOT be concerned about Max OC on core pass 2000 Mhz. We are talkig here about 3,5- 3,8% difference on Core Clock speed 2000Mhz vs 2050-2078 speeds.

That said it gains you absolutely nothing in games.

I have run some tests in Witcher 3 today and I have been testing in same area 3 different clocks:

2038 core, 2050 core and 2063 core.

The total difference between 2038 and 2063 core was- 1 fps in 1440p. We are talking here about scenario where I have anything from 88 fps to 105 fps in game. 1 fps is nothing.

Between 2038 and 2050 there was no difference at all in performance.

That being said- you could see 2 fps difference in games between 2000mhz and 2075mhz . And that not being guarantee as you can have better performance on lower clocks, depending on how good chip you got.

So if your card is 2000 mhz then you are winner. thumb.gif

So true. 2038 vs 2012 at 4k gives me maybe 3 fps more in Wildlands. But that need to get a higher overclock is like an itch I cant scratch.
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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

For Future 1080 TI Owners- Don't worry that much about clocks pass 2000mhz.

Unless you are benching and aim for highest bench scores you should NOT be concerned about Max OC on core pass 2000 Mhz. We are talkig here about 3,5- 3,8% difference on Core Clock speed 2000Mhz vs 2050-2078 speeds.

That said it gains you absolutely nothing in games.

I have run some tests in Witcher 3 today and I have been testing in same area 3 different clocks:

2038 core, 2050 core and 2063 core.

The total difference between 2038 and 2063 core was- 1 fps in 1440p. We are talking here about scenario where I have anything from 88 fps to 105 fps in game. 1 fps is nothing.

Between 2038 and 2050 there was no difference at all in performance.

That being said- you could see 2 fps difference in games between 2000mhz and 2075mhz . And that not being guarantee as you can have better performance on lower clocks, depending on how good chip you got.

So if your card is 2000 mhz then you are winner. thumb.gif

Not so concerned about core clocks but more in memory. I see the average OC seems to be around 6000 or 12ghz effective. I wonder what impact memory clocks have though in games.
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