Overclock.net › Forums › Graphics Cards › NVIDIA › NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti Owner's Club
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti Owner's Club - Page 760

post #7591 of 10768
Quote:
Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

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

I know, at this rate we're going to have to start a support group here, lol.
post #7592 of 10768
Quote:
Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

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.

Oh I would never return the card because of the numbers I am hitting. They are still very good to me. Ill take 2050/55-5800 any day.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

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

Haha last 2 days spent all night after working testing stuff to get no further.
post #7593 of 10768
Here's a 2151 @ 1.093v Firestrike for fun.

My top scores are actually 23100 at 2100 @ 1.63 as I'm hitting into the pwr limits even with the shunt mod. Clocking to 2151 puts my voltage where I begin to trip the "normalized tdp" throttle, while 2100 @ 1.63 keeps me right at the limit. This is on a 4790K @ 5.2 , 2133 CL9 DDR3

The moral here is these cards are TDP limited beyond what the shunt mod appears to forgive. I could score higher at 2151, if I wasn't hitting the pwr limit but since the card bounces off the rev limiter a couple of times during the run scores are ultimately higher at 2100 where I'm just under the limit due to voltage.

If somebody has a verifiable method of increasing that limit I'm all ears.

Different drivers I know, but my scores haven't changed much with the new driver. Everything is within 0.1% of where they were on the old driver.


2151 @ 1.093v
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12477286


2100 @ 1.063v
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12446981

Edited by KraxKill - 4/28/17 at 12:55pm
post #7594 of 10768
Quote:
Originally Posted by KraxKill View Post

Here's a 2151 @ 1.093v Firestrike for fun.

My top scores are actually 23100 at 2100 @ 1.63 as I'm hitting into the pwr limits even with the shunt mod. Clocking to 2151 puts my voltage where I begin to trip the "normalized tdp" throttle, while 2100 @ 1.63 keeps me right at the limit. This is on a 4790K @ 5.2 , 2133 CL9 DDR3

The moral here is these cards are TDP limited beyond what the shunt mod appears to forgive. I could score higher at 2151, if I wasn't hitting the pwr limit but since the card bounces off the rev limiter a couple of times during the run scores are ultimately higher at 2100 where I'm just under the limit due to voltage.

If somebody has a verifiable method of increasing that limit I'm all ears.

Different drivers I know, but my scores haven't changed much with the new driver. Everything is within 0.1% of where they were on the old driver.


2151 @ 1.093v
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12477286


2100 @ 1.063v
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12446981

If we could SLI our cards together, we'd probably have the highest SLI score on water, lol. They seem to be nearly identical besides maybe memory. Only +550 here.
post #7595 of 10768
One of my 1080Ti's is worst card ever ^^ Even 1961 is not stable... I have problem with SLI to, one card have 0.50 mv less than another, my fix to it, have set clocks separatly, +40 mhz more on one card, than second. Voltages sliders maxed.

Soon i will watercool them (or just send this worst card to shop and buy another and then go LC on SLI) .How much stable clocks you gain on LC compared to NVTTM ?
post #7596 of 10768
@Kraxkills, I'm not sure if you saw my post but I copied it below.
Quote:
Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

I believe they are right.

Please look at my Timespy doing 1.050v and 1.075v.

Below, I do not hit any perf cap at all. Even though my power limit is set to 120%, I'm only using 101% maximum power draw.


Here I hit the perf cap of power limiting a tiny tiny bit in time spy. My maximum power draw was only 103% in AF, but it seems the normalized TDP was hit here.


Although I never hit it in gaming or with superposition. Here is 2152 Mhz @ 1.093v



I believe the problem is being overblown though. With the shunt mod, I'm drawing roughly 100 more watts, around 400 watts total. I haven't ran a game that has drawn even close to this much power. I think For Honor (which is just as bad as Ghost Recon when it comes to optimization) drew up to 92% just at one point, but never in the 100s.



I believe this power limit "issue", if you want to call it that, is being overblown. Even if we figured out a way to get past it, it's not like the difference between shunt and non shunt mod in performance. Look at my pre-shunt mod perf cap here.



At best we'd probably gain less than a fraction of a 1% of performance in only Timespy and Firestrike? But no performance gain in any gameplay.

EDIT: I did not shunt mod the resistor by the motherboard, but that could probably give you the extra TDP you need or not. I don't know how it relates to normalized TDP. But why bother drawing more power from your mobo? It will risk damaging it. AMD updated the RX 480 for a reason, it is not safe to draw more than the recommended power from a mobo from my understanding. Correct me if I'm wrong.

I think the normalized TDP limit isn't that big of a deal when it comes to gaming.
post #7597 of 10768
Curious if anyone has a suggestion. So with my Aorus I'm 20 core, 350 mem... I can hold 2050 pretty easy, mid Temps high 40s and mid 50s. I drop to 2038 occasionally and 60 frames are locked.

Here's my issue, my frames don't drop but I'm getting some sort of slight stutter that's so far happened in Nier and Andromeda. It's driving me crazy because it's smooth. But it's not quite.

I'm assuming frame pacing, any suggestions on what to try? Running 16gb with a 4770k, win 10.
post #7598 of 10768
Quote:
Originally Posted by Alwrath View Post

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.
lol! it beats all the 8 cores. i hold 135+ in 1440p ultra all day. usually 144 locked. it smashes the ryzen 8 cores.
EVA3.1
(9 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Broadwell i7-5775c MSI Z97m gaming Aorus Gtx 1080Ti Corsair Dominator Platinum 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Adata ssd Asetek 240mm Win10 Samsung 8 series suhdtv  
Mouse
Logitech G602 
  hide details  
Reply
EVA3.1
(9 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Broadwell i7-5775c MSI Z97m gaming Aorus Gtx 1080Ti Corsair Dominator Platinum 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Adata ssd Asetek 240mm Win10 Samsung 8 series suhdtv  
Mouse
Logitech G602 
  hide details  
Reply
post #7599 of 10768
Quote:
Originally Posted by Savatage79 View Post

Curious if anyone has a suggestion. So with my Aorus I'm 20 core, 350 mem... I can hold 2050 pretty easy, mid Temps high 40s and mid 50s. I drop to 2038 occasionally and 60 frames are locked.

Here's my issue, my frames don't drop but I'm getting some sort of slight stutter that's so far happened in Nier and Andromeda. It's driving me crazy because it's smooth. But it's not quite.

I'm assuming frame pacing, any suggestions on what to try? Running 16gb with a 4770k, win 10.
i have heard turning off the Intel HEPT in BIOS settings can fix that.

Also, maybe try turning shader cache to off in nvidia control panel.
EVA3.1
(9 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Broadwell i7-5775c MSI Z97m gaming Aorus Gtx 1080Ti Corsair Dominator Platinum 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Adata ssd Asetek 240mm Win10 Samsung 8 series suhdtv  
Mouse
Logitech G602 
  hide details  
Reply
EVA3.1
(9 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Broadwell i7-5775c MSI Z97m gaming Aorus Gtx 1080Ti Corsair Dominator Platinum 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Adata ssd Asetek 240mm Win10 Samsung 8 series suhdtv  
Mouse
Logitech G602 
  hide details  
Reply
post #7600 of 10768
I already have a Zotac 1080 Ti Amp Extreme that does 2064 or so on core and 12000 or so on memory.

An EVGA 1080 Ti Founders Edition just arrived, and another Zotac 1080 Ti Amp Extreme was supposed to be in today but might not be until Monday.

The urge is real to open them both up and see what I can get for overclocks rather than selling them as completely new.

Curses!
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: NVIDIA
Overclock.net › Forums › Graphics Cards › NVIDIA › NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti Owner's Club