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I licked my thermal strips and still they were reusable.

Might help them to stick better too, but not sure I'd recommend it smile.gif
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Originally Posted by DStealth View Post

You should be definitely drawing 350+W with such settings, how did you measure you consumption ?

In most games or benchmarks you're absolutely right.

But Valley benchmark isn't very hungry. ;-)

I chose it especially; to have some sort of possible way to test max O/C with minimal power throttling.

Not sure 2100 @ 1.093v will hold up in a more intense game/benchmark that draws 350w + like you say; however by that time I'll be under water (or chilled water if I reconnect my 'Sub-zero modified' Water Chiller back into my loop).

I figured if I can do Valley on air at 2100Mhz / 1093mv with a power draw of about 270w - 300w, I should at least manage the same (or better) at 350w in a more modern benchmark after I go water..... (hope that makes sense).

In answer to ur Q: I was measuring using hwinfo64 on a non-shut modified card. (well not shut moded yet) lol

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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post

I bet you're glad that you took the shrink wrap off the box now, eh?biggrin.gif

Congrats on getting a good one!thumb.gif

Enjoying reading your progress, very comprehensive and educational as well.
It will be interesting to see what you can accomplish with more exotic cooling, if that's your chosen route!

Funny you say that, because I am actually glad lol. smile.gif

And thanks; will keep posting / keep u posted ;-)

P.S.
I've hardly even thought about gaming much tbh yet; instead I feel more like my card is a new toy to tinker with, lol. (and there's something about reference design that I find interesting; as it's a 1st for me).

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Edited by nrpeyton - 4/29/17 at 5:57am
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Do you have any new bench results @"2152Mhz" biggrin.gif

I've just been gaming as of late. 2152 didn't hold in actual gaming. I don't know anyone that can sustain that high of a benchmark with Witcher 3 for more than 1 hour.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/29/17 at 6:12am
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Hey guys

First off, just want to say that I have always had heaps of help here from people much more knowledgeable then myself and it's greatly appreciated.

I got my second strix 1080ti in the post yesterday (first one had no video signal out at all) and I'm having issues I've never experienced with a GPU before, any insight or others experience would be appreciated.

First thing I noticed was the coil whine, not just a light hum or buzz or squeal when a load screen or map makes the fps skyrocket, I'm talking about a horrid grinding sound that sounds like someone using a chain saw, under any load that isn't just the desktop. My wife thought someone was mowing the lawn outside my office window. I can't state enough how its very, incredibly LOUD.... but not always. After about 2 days of trying to benchmark and play games this is the pattern. I start a program, usually no noise off the bat. I play for a few minutes, get phenomenal frames (even coming from a 1080), and then anywhere from 1 - 20 minutes into the program, whether it be game or synthetic bench, the whine will start up. And yes I can go to map on witcher 3 and get NO COIL sound at all untill it seems to reach some critical mass. Then the sound will start, the nice gentle hum of normal coil whine first, then rapidly over a few seconds turning into a horrible grinding sound, like someone missing the clutch before shifting gears. Enough to make me jump. Then the program will crash. Depending on the game different type of crash. Overwatch crashes to desktop with a 'send crash report to blizzard' window. ME: Andromeda just plain crashes. Wildlands just freezes (but with a ctrl alt del to task manager closes fine) The grindign sound will continue to get louder and louder after the crash for a few seconds, then fade away to silence once back on desktop.

My system is the a RV:E 10th ed, 5930k @ 4.2 (1.1v) 4v4 3k dom plat, 960 pro NVMe, hx750i plat psu.

My scammy e-tailer who I bought the card off are saying coil whine is natural byproduct of fast gpus and they wont accept a return. They also suggested that my PSU is at fault. I've told them that my 1080 Hybrid works fine, my 980ti strix (which as far as I know has a higher PUS requirement) which is in my wife's PC usually but I am using in my rig at the time of writing works fine. They assure me its a fault with the my PSU and the drivers and the game devs causing crashes and coil whine is normal. I will be reading this thread to see if anyone has had any similar issues when I can get time, but has anyone else had similar experiences or can shed some light or insight as to causes?

Appreciate any help,

Brendan
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Faulty card! I had the same problem and I returned and the new one works fine.
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Faulty card! I had the same problem and I returned and the new one works fine.

Thanks for your reply man! You had a 1080ti with exact same problem? Geez sorry that happened to you but it legit makes me feel better someone else had the same problem and I'm not going crazy lol.
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I thought my Amp Extreme had no issues but I was wrong.

I didn't notice until now that my fans were constantly spinning even though GPU-Z, MSI AB and Firestorm all show that the fan is at 0%.

And this is at 45c idle temps. Custom curves do nothing same as auto or manual.

Anyone ever encounter something like this before?

I really hope it's a software issue tho I'd hate to have to RMA again.
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@TheBoom See my post below. Grab Zotac FireStorm and disable the fan freeze crap so you can actually control the card with custom curves.
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Okay, finally got this thing figured out. There's a hard-to-find arrow that brings you to a place where you can disable the 0% fan speed functionality.

You can only do this in Zotac Firestorm, which you'll need for this as well as changing or turning off the LEDs on the physical card. Note also that I've only been able to adjust voltage for the card via Firestorm. Doing the standard tricks in Afterburner have yielded nothing (yep, even editing the oem2 file and unlocking it in settings).

To solve the issue
1) Click "Spectra"
2) Click the little down arrow on the right side of that UI
3) Disable the Fan Stop Setting (aka FREEZE Fan Stop)

Now, you can manipulate the fan speeds in your preferred software without getting the blast of 100% fan speed every time the card exceeds 45 C.


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Originally Posted by TheBoom View Post

I thought my Amp Extreme had no issues but I was wrong.

I didn't notice until now that my fans were constantly spinning even though GPU-Z, MSI AB and Firestorm all show that the fan is at 0%.

And this is at 45c idle temps. Custom curves do nothing same as auto or manual.

Anyone ever encounter something like this before?

I really hope it's a software issue tho I'd hate to have to RMA again.

Edited by Luckbad - 4/29/17 at 7:46am
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@Gandyman

What you're describing is not coil whine, it's broken fans.
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OK, so confirmed crashing in Witcher 3 it is a matter of temperature.

Yesterday in the evening, with window open (it was cold in room) with 55% fan speed not even once card broke 60C. Played for 5 hours no problem 2050Mhz. Today I repaste it with Kryonaut and I was playing during a day (so not even close to how cold it was in the evening). Temps went up to 62C and as soon as it was 63 game freeze and crash. Not even hour of playing...

Also seems like I didn't get much gains from repasting with Kryonaut... Like 3C I think. Asus paste job was really good though.

So as long as I can keep it under 61C I can play Witcher 3 at 2050 or 2038, basicelly above stock voltage.

Well, that is a little dissapointing but at least I know where the problem is....



Any news about EVGA FTW HYBRID 1080 Ti Card?
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