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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?



http://www.anandtech.com/show/10325/the-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-and-1070-founders-edition-review/15


No real way to get around them. They are hardcoded into the firmware. Well there is....it's better cooling.
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Is this STILL SAFE voltages to pascal because i dont want my card to die in 1 year of usage 1.06V still high ?
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Is this STILL SAFE voltages to pascal because i dont want my card to die in 1 year of usage 1.06V still high ?

No way to know until about a year from now, but many here will be running well beyond that and at higher clocks.
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That looks really good, but you'd really need to show a GPUZ graph over time vs the other screens.

What would you like to see, i mean highest reading everywhere or average reading or what exactly, i can set it up and re run, no problem
    
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http://www.anandtech.com/show/10325/the-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-and-1070-founders-edition-review/15


No real way to get around them. They are hardcoded into the firmware. Well there is....it's better cooling.

Ok, but what I don't get is why I can be stable at 2025-2037 on manual oc, but with the curve I'm going to throttle at anything past 2012@1.0v?
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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.

Yeah it seems its all up to the chips themselves, and it also seems that for some reason the FEs got the better of the lot.
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Many users you reporting are using water cooling ?
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What would you like to see, i mean highest reading everywhere or average reading or what exactly, i can set it up and re run, no problem

You want to see how long your card spends at your top bin during the bench run. Thats why most people post the GPUZ graph to illustrate the stability of the clock.

Not suggesting your card is one way or the other just that it's a much more complete picture when you see the GPUZ graph.
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You want to see how long your card spends at your top bing during the bench run. Thats why most people post the GPUZ graph to illustrate the stability of the clock.

I was just wondering what you guys meant, cuz someone was speaking about memory clocks and i got confused.... at 2100 it stays basically all the time at that bin ;-)
    
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What would you like to see, i mean highest reading everywhere or average reading or what exactly, i can set it up and re run, no problem

Just make a screen of the the afterburner monitor graph for a full run of Supo4k or FSUltra, reading clocks and tdp and limits.

+800 on the mem is pretty high. My FE does +700 without any problems. +750 still gives me a full run FSUltra, but i get first artifacts. +700 is still faster than +600 or + 500 on my card, but of course the scaling is poor. I can only see the difference in benchmarks, not in game fps. Thats why i am keeping it at 6000.
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Many users you reporting are using water cooling ?

At least more than avarage. Maybe 50/50?
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