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post #6871 of 10629
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

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 .

Not saying its bad at all. I mean the memory could do a bit better given the average oc around here but it's still a good card.

What I meant is to prove that even an Zotac Amp Extreme is not a guaranteed golden ticket to high clocks.
post #6872 of 10629
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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

People aren't going to listen, we're on a overclocking forum for god sakes tongue.gif
post #6873 of 10629
Hey there, how were you able to get superposition to run properly on SLI? Mine was't using my second card at all.
post #6874 of 10629
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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

I dunno man, having my SLI setup running above 2000 vs under 2000 @ 7680x1440 is much smoother... framrates not jumping all over the place in ME:A. However I think I'm hitting the limit of my AX1200i. Had my first complete random shutdown the other day, normally is a PSU issue when that happens.
post #6875 of 10629
you guys who are saying 2000+ do you mean that it runs at 2000? or starts at it? as mine starts at much higher then what it runs at once its warmed up curse the FE cooler but its what evga had for step up. water cooling kits tempt me a lot but they would be a hard fit with my phantek ph-tc14pe. I do Kinda wish evga sold there air cooler shrouds that i could just change the fe cooler off for an open air cooler
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Originally Posted by TheBoom View Post

Not saying its bad at all. I mean the memory could do a bit better given the average oc around here but it's still a good card.

What I meant is to prove that even an Zotac Amp Extreme is not a guaranteed golden ticket to high clocks.
no doubt about it. And the inverse is true, too. Gauntlet process on Gigabyte aorus is their version of "binning", yet I have a regular edition that runs great at 2088/2076. It doesn't like max volts, however. So I suspect it crashed in a high voltage test or something and got sent down to the regular bins. But, I've seen plenty of Aorus Extremes top out around 2012/2025 even holding more voltage, so it's so much luck.

But, with Asus/Zotac/AorusXT/FTW3/GalaxHOF you're pretty well assured of a 2Ghz+ card. I've only seen a couple MSI guys say otherwise. Well, and a few AorusX guys, but they RMA's b/c they weren't even keeping stock core clocks. Those were more proof of Aorus' poor binning process. My card is great. It games at high clocks, stays at 2076+ b/c it runs under 60c.. Great card. But it was my lottery luck finally turning.

But as Benny was just saying, we are talking about negligible gains in a 100Mhz range. At 4k it's like 1-2fps. At 1440p, maybe 4 fps, IF that. You'll only notice if you log everything. It's all in our heads. If you must fixate on a number, make it be 2000Mhz so you will have a chance to be happy at least, lolz.
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you guys who are saying 2000+ do you mean that it runs at 2000? or starts at it? as mine starts at much higher then what it runs at once its warmed up curse the FE cooler but its what evga had for step up. water cooling kits tempt me a lot but they would be a hard fit with my phantek ph-tc14pe. I do Kinda wish evga sold there air cooler shrouds that i could just change the fe cooler off for an open air cooler
we mean holding. you should have 2 #s, what you max, what you hold imo. That's why i say 2088/2076. But, it's cooling that makes you drop bins. You drop at 49, 59, and 60 something iirc on an FE. I can keep my Aorus in the 50's usually and that keeps my # up there. A hybrid cooler would get you there, but the cheaper easier option is thermal grizzly kryonaut re-paste and 100% fan curve. That will give you a 'running' clock of only 2-3 bins beneath your max clock. aka, if you start at 2037, you'll hold 2012 or 2000.
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By Locking my card at lower bins like 1.000 and 1.012V and benching with it I have in GPU Z:



Is it normal when benching/locking at such low voltage bins?

Welcome to the Rainbow club. This is what I've been seeing non-stop.
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Hey there, how were you able to get superposition to run properly on SLI? Mine was't using my second card at all.
yep, i got you, sir!!


Here is how to get SLI working...

#1 Download Superposition SLI Profile+Tools pack here: http://www.mediafire.com/file/n1y1kigoxhcdlre/Superposition_SLI_Profile_Tools.zip
#2 Extract all to desktop.
#3 Open Geforce 3D Profile Manager, Extract SLI Profiles to your desktop using the Extract SLI Profiles button. A text document called NVIDIA Profiles should show up on your desktop if you extracted the profiles to the correct location.
#4 Open NVIDIA Profiles text document.
#5 Open Superposition SLI Profile text document.
#6 Copy and paste the Superposition SLI Profile into the NVIDIA Profiles text document then save the NVIDIA Profiles text document. Refer to example pic to see how it should look after you have added the Superposition SLI Profile to the NVIDIA Profiles text document.
#7 Open Geforce 3D Profile Manager, Import modified NVIDIA Profiles text document into the nvidia driver using the Import SLI Profiles button.
#8 Enable SLI inside the nvidia control panel if you don't already have it enabled.
#9 Fire up the Superposition Benchmark and enjoy SLI.

this copy and paste did not work for me, but when I just tried to input the superposition profile by itself it worked.
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Voltage limit means that you are not hitting power limit. From what I can understand they are the opposite of each other, as long as you are power limited you are not voltage limited and the card is dropping voltage/clocks. As long as you are not power limited the card says it is voltage limited because it could be drawing more power.

So voltage Limit is expected and OK to see in GPU-Z when clocking to lower voltage bins... say 2000 @ 1.000v. If you see Voltage Limit that is a good thing or should it be clear on GPU-Z with no limit? (Flatline on the curve beyond 1.000v of course)
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