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True. But I've been reading the posts and most of the high overclocks are coming from FE owners for some reason. The aftermarket owners are mostly complaining about low overclocks like me biggrin.gif.

The other half with good ocs are probably the shunt modders, undoubtedly.

I have a 1080 Ti FE under water and shunt mod on it too.

With 1.093V i can throw anything at it with Core @ 2100MHz and Memory 6304MHz (+800)

Edit: Not entirely true, i have to go one bin down for Superposition 8K Optimized, have to check if its the ram or the core overclock, since i tested just one time after crashing the first time, and i lowered both for that single run
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I have a 1080 Ti FE under water and shunt mod on it too.

With 1.093V i can throw anything at it with Core @ 2100MHz and Memory 6304MHz (+800)

Edit: Not entirely true, i have to go one bin down for Superposition 8K Optimized, have to check if its the ram or the core overclock, since i tested just one time after crashing the first time, and i lowered both for that single run

+800 is pretty heavy on the memory. Are your bench scores actually higher than say +550? Many in the thread and reviews report negative scaling beyond about +600

Do you have a GPUZ screen grab of you running 2100/6300? That's some of the fastest GDDR5 we've seen.
Edited by KraxKill - 4/27/17 at 10:21am
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Originally Posted by Hulio225 View Post

I have a 1080 Ti FE under water and shunt mod on it too.

With 1.093V i can throw anything at it with Core @ 2100MHz and Memory 6304MHz (+800)

Edit: Not entirely true, i have to go one bin down for Superposition 8K Optimized, have to check if its the ram or the core overclock, since i tested just one time after crashing the first time, and i lowered both for that single run

Yeah thats some crazy memory oc.

Anyway for those who know how to curve oc, say I have 2012 at 1.00v stable. Now when I start to increase clocks for the next voltages, I can't seem to hold those clocks in supo. The card after 1-2 scenes downclocks back to the 1.00v bin. What am I doing wrong?
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Okay please guys be honest and tell this good silicon lottery or not __

1.0620V 60-61C
2063MHZ core
Fan 1970 RPM %54 here proof

kjGbwEw.jpg
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Yeah thats some crazy memory oc.

Anyway for those who know how to curve oc, say I have 2012 at 1.00v stable. Now when I start to increase clocks for the next voltages, I can't seem to hold those clocks in supo. The card after 1-2 scenes downclocks back to the 1.00v bin. What am I doing wrong?

You're likely between thermal throttle bins on boost 3.0. They start at about 28C and go up from there.
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Okay please guys be honest and tell this good silicon lottery or not __

1.0620V 60-61C
2063MHZ core
Fan 1970 RPM %54 here proof

kjGbwEw.jpg

Thats on the better end for sure. If you can bring the core temps down lower, I bet you can run 2075 or even 2100 at that voltage.
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+800 is pretty heavy on the memory. Are your bench scores actually higher than say +550? Many in the thread and reviews report negative scaling beyond about +600

Do you have a GPUZ screen grab of you running 2100/6300? That's some of the fastest GDDR5 we've seen.



Or do you mean sensors monitoring that clocks or something else?

Edit: Ah you asked if the scores are higher in comparison to lower clocks, i guess so but obviously just fps fractions
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You're likely between thermal throttle bins on boost 3.0. They start at about 28C and go up from there.

If only that information was visible to us.

So now I should skip those bins and go even higher on the voltage and clocks right?
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That looks really good, but you'd really need to show a GPUZ graph over time vs the other screens.
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Originally Posted by TheBoom View Post

Whats funny is it seems the FE cards are actually doing generally better than the aftermarket cards for the 1080ti.

The 10/12/16 phase power and power boost chips and whatnot aren't doing anything to change the silicon lottery itself.

With older cards the custom boards somewhat managed to provide a compromise for the unlucky ones, but that seems to not work anymore.

I have the same impression, especially on the memory. I havent heard of a single FE, which could not handly 6000MHz+ mem. But i am reading of a lot of custom cards which do not reach 6000 on the mem.

A shunt modded watercooled FE seems to get everything out of the GP102 that is to gain. Custom cards cant do more, and i think the Kingpin or HOF wont either.
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