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Thanks!
I've switched this setting to OFF but I still don't have total control on the fans.
They are spinning at a constant 850rmp during idle, even if I choose to set 0%!
They are still "locked" below 30% at 850rmp.
I've never seen such behaviour with all my previous cards...

Did you manage to fix this?

I'm afraid it might be a bios implementation after all. Might need to contact Zotac about it on Monday.
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Ok, I have enough of those cards. I have no idea how do they work and why they do work and why they don't and when...
I give up, I have enough. I have no idea how those stupid 1080Ti chips work... mad.gif

They do what they want tongue.gif
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post #7703 of 10843
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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
card is broken. the initial coil whine is natural. CRASHING and GRINDING is not. call that e-tailer and demand a manager, stat. otherwise, contact your credit card company or paypal stat.
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post #7704 of 10843
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Tried it last night, no go man. I still get a slight micro stutter in my games. Like I tested witcher out more last night and when in the field it's about 95% smooth, but there are a few occasionsal hiccups. That's not to bad however until I ran into novigrad and it'd like the card is truly struggling to keep up with textures or something. It's not the worst stuttering I've ever seen been it's there, know what I mean?

It can go for stretches where there's no stuttering, but then it'll eventually happen and you turn the camera and it hangs for a split second but still might be hard for a non Pc gamer to notice.

I'm just really disappointed.. Because the Temps,, clocks all hold nicely but I still get the stutters. 60 is locked every game and I'm always over 2038 in games for stretches..but that micro stutter drives me nuts.

What makes me mad is this is the first time I jumped from evga, so it obviously makes me dislike gigabyte gpus now even more which sucks because I hate being that way. It would just figure I get a gpu that looks go run well but when you're playing it just hangs a bit.

Unless, do these cards still have slight issues pushing max 4k and a little stuttering here and there is to be expected? Or should I have zero stuttering outside maybe once or twice a session in well optimized games?
man, idk, maybe rma it and say it is constantly crashing at stock clocks and try again. I dont think that's normal at all. But it's hard for me to say b/c I am on a 5775-c, the smoothest gaming cpu there is. I probably have a lot of stutter resistance naturally because my cache is L3+L4= 134mb vs all other i-7s (8mb)... so, what, 17 TIMES (1700% gain) more cache.
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post #7705 of 10843
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man, idk, maybe rma it and say it is constantly crashing at stock clocks and try again. I dont think that's normal at all. But it's hard for me to say b/c I am on a 5775-c, the smoothest gaming cpu there is. I probably have a lot of stutter resistance naturally because my cache is L3+L4= 134mb vs all other i-7s (8mb)... so, what, 17 TIMES (1700% gain) more cache.

Do you think a 4770 could possibly hold this gpu back a bit?
post #7706 of 10843
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Originally Posted by Gandyman View Post

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

Which 1080TI do you have?

Have you tried your 1080TI in your wifes computer (more to point on a different PSU)?

I've heard everything you're saying (just trying to rule stuff out first).
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post #7707 of 10843
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Do you think a 4770 could possibly hold this gpu back a bit?

Pushing high frames with lower resolutions yes.

Otherwise no.

Only game I've seen my 6700k hit 100% is ME:Andromeda but only briefing during loading. Other times it's pushing out 70-90 fps in the Havarl open jungle with around 80% CPU usage.

4770k shouldn't be too far off in terms of performance.
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YO, I CALLED that.

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It's not just DVI, it's having more than 2 monitors. I have the same issue with all three using DP and now two with DP and one HDMI (as a DP on my one monitor has died).

It's an issue that's been pointed out to Nvidia for a long time and it's gone from "We are aware of it and will work on a fix" to now "It's working as intended".

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Originally Posted by MURDoctrine View Post

Is this an issue with above 60hz displays because I run 3 60hz panels and downclock fine?

Looks like RadActiveLobstr was correct--I received my third DP cable today and all 3 monitors are running on DP. When I only have my main 144hz and one side 60z plugged in, the card downclocks properly to 215hz. When I plug the 2nd 60hz side panel in (3 total) with DP, the card doesn't downclock below ~1500.

Guess i'll just have to deal with some fan noise at idle. Maybe there will be a fix someday.
post #7709 of 10843
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Pushing high frames with lower resolutions yes.

Otherwise no.

Only game I've seen my 6700k hit 100% is ME:Andromeda but only briefing during loading. Other times it's pushing out 70-90 fps in the Havarl open jungle with around 80% CPU usage.

4770k shouldn't be too far off in terms of performance.

Yea, I mean some people would maybe say I need to ignore the slight stutter... And maybe they're right.. But I never has stutters with any of my evga cards and I've had 1080, 980 ti, and all others on down and they might have coil whine or get to hot but they never stuttered and when they did it was easily fixable.

With the Aorus, my first time switching, I can't fix it.. So that's why it sucks because damn otherwise when it's smooth its really smooth and looks awesome.

I'll have the ftw3 shortly also, so that will tell the tale and help me see if it's the gpu or my Pc somewhere else.

Here's question... I have an older corsair tx750w, is there any slight chance an older psu could be a culprit if even a small one? Or if it was going down would I see more issues?
post #7710 of 10843
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Did you manage to fix this?

I'm afraid it might be a bios implementation after all. Might need to contact Zotac about it on Monday.
I did my own fan curve:
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