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Did the Kryonaut Godzilla mod on my Aorus non-xtreme edition. Running happily at 2.012 mhz with a comfortable max temperature of 59 celcius. I put the power limit to +125 and +80 volts on top of that. It stays at 2.025 mhz for a good while, but eventually drops down to 2.012 and stays put. Standard voltage of 1.0. Did a bit of messing around with my cabinet fans and removed the stupid front as well. The gaming pc previously doubled up as a audio workstation until I got a dedicated one, so I have for the longest time hopelessly tried to combine overclocking on air with a as silent build as possible. What a relief! tongue.gif Much better airflow now, which helps quite a bit on the temps for this trial.

How I tested? I find that a maxed out Witcher 3 (- hairworks and the longest foilage distance) is an excellent stability test. If I stand beside some water during sunset and get a good view of both the water, rays of sun and other stuff, it easily hit the 99% gpu usage mark constantly. In addition this game takes up a whole lot of cpu power in certain areas, so you get to create some hotness in that compartment as well, which is useful in real life testing. I tried +100 but it crashed after a while, and so I decided to stop at 80 as it still was down at 2.012 at +85. Got a bit freaked out when the screen went black several reboots as I entered Windows after this. Turned out that Win probably somehow automatically thought my Oculus Rift was the main monitor. Phu. Hehe.

Just a word to the wise: Managed to break one of the plastic sides of one of the two fan headers I needed to remove when changing to the Kryonaut paste. Those fan headers really are a downright nightmare to disconnect when you dont have help from someone, while trying to avoid messing up the thermal pads placed around the cooler. In other words, it doesnt hurt to get some backup in case you run into trouble.

Anyhow. Thanks again for the tip regarding the Grizzly guys! I'm quite happy with the result, even though I'm not going to break any records today. At least I get to run at about 100 mhz more than before the mod. thumb.gif
    
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@Chris Ihao how was the Kryonaut to apply? Did you heat it up in something watertight first to make it easier to spread, or was it no problem?
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@Chris Ihao how was the Kryonaut to apply? Did you heat it up in something watertight first to make it easier to spread, or was it no problem?

It was no problem at all. Very easy to apply, and they even include a sort of rubber "spade" with a hole in the middle, which you screw on the tip of the syringe. It lets you apply more paste easily by simply squeezing out more as you spread it out thinly. You can see it mounted on the tip here:




The paste that was there from before was another story though. Really hard to get off, even with isopropanol, of some reason. I have mostly used the "put some goop in the middle" method previously, but as Kryonaut adviced using the spread method I used it this time around. Hope that helps.
    
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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.

I actually got it man, playing nier and I hadn't set that global illumination from 128 to 64, that fixed me right up.
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Is it worth replacing the TIM, generally, on 1080 Ti's?
    
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I actually got it man, playing nier and I hadn't set that global illumination from 128 to 64, that fixed me right up.

Actually, it didnt :sigh:

I'm not sure what I'm experiencing with this gpu, but something is amiss. It's Temps are great, frames locked at 60 but so far in both Andromeda and now nier in getting a subtle stutter in areas and when I'm spinning the cam around.

What's driving me nuts is with my 1080 I could set it to 4k and lower some settings but it was smooth as silk. But that was an evga 1080 and I've been an evga guy forever, now never is first time I switch and I have this small underlying stutter issue and I don't know how to solve it. I can try turning off shader caching perhaps next.
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Is it worth replacing the TIM, generally, on 1080 Ti's?

I, for one, dont regret it at least. I cant speak generally, but if the goop is as hard on other cards as on the aorus, there should be a few degrees to earn at least. I dropped over 5 celcius myself.
    
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Actually, it didnt :sigh:

I'm not sure what I'm experiencing with this gpu, but something is amiss. It's Temps are great, frames locked at 60 but so far in both Andromeda and now nier in getting a subtle stutter in areas and when I'm spinning the cam around.

What's driving me nuts is with my 1080 I could set it to 4k and lower some settings but it was smooth as silk. But that was an evga 1080 and I've been an evga guy forever, now never is first time I switch and I have this small underlying stutter issue and I don't know how to solve it. I can try turning off shader caching perhaps next.

Hmm. It COULD be a borderline unstable overclock. I've experienced this in the past, when it comes to overclocking gpu's. (probably due to the gpu not handling the load, and dropping frames).
    
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Actually, it didnt :sigh:

I'm not sure what I'm experiencing with this gpu, but something is amiss. It's Temps are great, frames locked at 60 but so far in both Andromeda and now nier in getting a subtle stutter in areas and when I'm spinning the cam around.

What's driving me nuts is with my 1080 I could set it to 4k and lower some settings but it was smooth as silk. But that was an evga 1080 and I've been an evga guy forever, now never is first time I switch and I have this small underlying stutter issue and I don't know how to solve it. I can try turning off shader caching perhaps next.

Just wondering; do you have eVGA PxOC open while playing? I noticed when I was using PxOC, I was getting stuttering and tearing in random things. I did a complete uninstall/driver clean (outlined a couple pages back) and switched over to AB, and haven't experienced it since.
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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'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.

I'd second that. The actual difference in games is going to be pretty small at this point. I finally crashed in the Division running 2063 core. Dropped it down to 2050 and lost a whole 0.2 fps off my average at 1440 p. 😛 I have yet to try the Witcher 3. It sounds like it's pretty brutal on overclocks.
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