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Originally Posted by jamexman View Post

I don't think you're maxing out. 1200 is more than plenty. My 1000w plat Evga does fine with 1080ti sli and overclocked Ryzen 1800x. Those Corsair power supplies are known for doing that. Check amazon and newegg reviews. Including the one you just ordered... I hope you don't get a lemon, personally I would have gone for a Evga PSU.

While I completely agree with you that I shouldn't be maxing out, there was someone else on OCN that was getting constant restarts with his New EVGA 1k PSU, he swapped it for a 1200 and everything went fine after that. 1080tiSLI as well.

When monitoring Link, I would constantly see spikes above 950watts when under gaming load or rendering sometimes resting at 920 watts, so that to me seems fine with a 1200watt PSU.

This one has been solid for 3-4 years now on multiple builds, dual xeon workstations, old titan sli and 980ti sli setups.

It was running fine with one card non Surround until last night and did it again, so looks like I killed the bugger. I'll get a warranty replacement and keep it as a backup or something.

Honestly, I'm not really brand specific with these sort of things, I just like having the ability to monitor the PSU with Link. Don't get why other companies don't do it too.
post #7582 of 10479
While it is a nice chip, quad cores are just not impressive nowadays. Your cpu usage in BF1 is because that game is designed for more cores. More cores = higher and more consistent FPS in that game, including min FPS. If that broadwell chip was an 8 core, I might be impressed. But quad cores are so 2007.
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While it is a nice chip, quad cores are just not impressive nowadays. Your cpu usage in BF1 is because that game is designed for more cores. More cores = higher and more consistent FPS in that game, including min FPS. If that broadwell chip was an 8 core, I might be impressed. But quad cores are so 2007.

It is impressive because being a forgotten child from Intel, with silent release- OCed to 4,2Ghz it matches and even beats sometimes 5.0Ghz 7700K in games. While being at 1150 socket still. This is impressive because first of all- is kind of "collectors edition chip" biggrin.gif , not mainstream like 7700k and it had eDRAM.

That above makes it in my opinion LAST revolutionaly chip that Intel has released. But since it was too good and 6700k was about to hit market, its premiere and brutal power in games went silent. Intel didn't want to jeopardize 1151 platform sells.




in hour, two I will be in home and will test that Vram in Witcher 3 if that causes problems or not.

I am little obsessed at this point, please don't hate tongue.gif
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I have an AX1200i and 2 1080ti's is definitely not "too much" for one. I ran IBT on Very High along with Heaven on loop, And my 330w power limited 1080ti's hitting power perfcaps and 3770K@4.6@1.41v maxed out in the 900w range.
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Got my EVGA 1080 Ti SC BE in and this thing is nice. I didn't get any pics before installing, but I have to say it looks much better in person than in the stock photos from Newegg or EVGA. I can only imagine how the silver or even those custom colors are going to look.

Card essentially stays at 70C and 50% fan. Max OC on GPU is a bit weak, but I'm happy. Sitting currently at +80/+400. Sat on 1987Mhz in game after 30-45 minutes of BF1 -- so one bin under the STRIX at 20-25% less fan speed and noise. Oh and it's not compromising my CPU cooling, either. I'm guessing the SC2 cards probably got the better binned chips with the FTW3 getting the real golden ones.

 
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So my gaming x can do 2062/stock memory at 1.062v stable.

When I try 2050/6000 at 1.093v, it becomes power limited and if it goes below 1.050 or 1.043v it will crash because i found i need high voltage to have that memory overclock.

Is there any common ground I could take? as in 2037/5500-5800 at a lower voltage or what?
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I have an AX1200i and 2 1080ti's is definitely not "too much" for one. I ran IBT on Very High along with Heaven on loop, And my 330w power limited 1080ti's hitting power perfcaps and 3770K@4.6@1.41v maxed out in the 900w range.

Yeah, signs are pointing to PSU failure. I hope it's not anything more than that, I just finished rebuilding the damn thing.
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Different cards often have different VID (=different thermals, power requirement, ...). This is one of the things almost all GPU reviewers completely ignore and still compare for example power usage without mentioning the GPU base voltage.
My point is: can we trust the advertised boost clock?
I mean can a card maker sell a crappy card with high boost clock for instance 1759Mhz, but which only boost to let's say 1900Mhz for real?
post #7589 of 10479
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So my gaming x can do 2062/stock memory at 1.062v stable.

When I try 2050/6000 at 1.093v, it becomes power limited and if it goes below 1.050 or 1.043v it will crash because i found i need high voltage to have that memory overclock.

Is there any common ground I could take? as in 2037/5500-5800 at a lower voltage or what?

I'm sorry CoreyL4, but it's just the silicon lottery. I've been reading your post so I can try and figure out ways to help you but at this point I think you either have to return your card and buy another one to hope you can overclock 2% higher and get 1-2% more performance or just enjoy some videogames.

You're currently clocked at 2062, getting clocked at 2101 Mhz would only improve your performance by 1.5% roughly. That can make a 4K game go from 60 FPS to 60.9 FPS. You're not missing much my friend biggrin.gif

I had a 980 Ti that did 1500 Mhz but when I sli it with another one, the new one couldn't go above 1450 Mhz. I tried everything and just settled.

At some point we just have to settle and enjoy the card the way it is.

But always remember that Boost 3.0 has already OC your card near to it's maximum potential, it's not like you're not getting good gains, you're getting great gains above 2000 Mhz already.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/28/17 at 12:16pm
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Originally Posted by CoreyL4 View Post

So my gaming x can do 2062/stock memory at 1.062v stable.

When I try 2050/6000 at 1.093v, it becomes power limited and if it goes below 1.050 or 1.043v it will crash because i found i need high voltage to have that memory overclock.

Is there any common ground I could take? as in 2037/5500-5800 at a lower voltage or what?

There is no answer to that, you have try in different games. In some you will have 2063 ok, in some like W3 or ME:A you won't be able to hold the same clocks.

You have to run through apps and games to see where are clocks that are stable EVERYWHERE which is hardest part because each app reacts differently to OC.

You can run around with 2075-2088 in BF1 and you will crash in 10 seconds in ME:A.

You have to waste your life like I am doing and chasing voltage curves tongue.gif Just enjoy card, don't be me biggrin.gif please. redface.gif
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