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Originally Posted by GosuPl View Post

1080Ti SLI + G-Sync = Less performance. On my former GPU's , 2x TITAN X Maxwell, i dont have any performance lose with G-Sync. But on 2x 1080Ti's, loses is noticable.





Any fixes ?

If I'm not mistaken, all benchmarks will perform worse with G-Sync as G-Sync's main job is to get rid of partial or incomplete frames. Most of your results are within margin of error, but there is some consistency. It just seems like he nature of G-sync really.
 
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If I'm not mistaken, all benchmarks will perform worse with G-Sync as G-Sync's main job is to get rid of partial or incomplete frames. Most of your results are within margin of error, but there is some consistency. It just seems like he nature of G-sync really.

That makes absolutely zero sense. Gsync doesn't 'get rid' of partial frames, GPU's don't draw partial frames. What Gsync does is make sure a whole frame is displayed as soon as it's sent to the monitor, rather than display part of the next frame. In non gsync monitors, the GPU essentially has to wait on the monitor (vsync). In adaptive sync displays, the monitor waits on the GPU and displays the whole frame before moving on to the next.

Also, even if frames were dropped, it wouldn't register from the system FPS readout, it would only happen at the screen hardware level.
Edited by AMDATI - 4/29/17 at 3:22pm
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Most games don't scale with cores.

Edit:
Some games will never be able to scale properly with cores. It's still beyond our technology/programming skills.
You and I seem to have equivalent lotterty then? 2037 was my max at 1.0v too


Whats your max attainable o/c on air with full 1.093v?
Mine was 2100 at 65c
same. post kryonaut mod, tho. so im maxing at 62c. my card isnt 100% stable at 2100, tho, in EVERY sense. i can play BF1 at that for hours. It really prefers 2088 at 1.8 and down to 2050 at 1.5v. so, i have curve at 2037 at 1v, 2050 at 1.043v, 2076 at 1.063 and 2088 at 1.08v. flat between 1v and 1.043v, flat between the steps if i skipped a voltage up to 1.08 at 2088 and flat from there. so, depending on the app, im either at 2088, 2076, or 2050. Havent seen it go to 2037 yet and only the witcher 3 knocks me down to 2050 so far , out of 2 dozen game or so tested. i can hold 2088+ in benches. can hold 2101 in benches, actually, but on these settings it'd be 2088.
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If I'm not mistaken, all benchmarks will perform worse with G-Sync as G-Sync's main job is to get rid of partial or incomplete frames. Most of your results are within margin of error, but there is some consistency. It just seems like he nature of G-sync really.

On 2x TITAN X Maxwell i dont have any performance lose and GPU usage is better, than on 2x 1080Ti's. Ppls have problems with SLI + G+Sync on Pascal. I thinking about, return to 2x TITAN X Maxwell and just skip Pascal. For me , performance gains from change 2x TITAN X Maxwell@1460/8000 for 2x GTX 1080Ti@1974/11912 , is to low...

30/35 fps on 1440p and 20/25 fps on 4k, is not worthy with that G-Sync problems :/
post #7745 of 10735
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That's why we're waiting for you to do your power draw test from the wall.

That's the last piece of evidence we can rely on.

Is it the 'review sample' "GameRock Premium" BIOS?:
https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191499/palit-gtx1080ti-11264-170331

Or somewhere else?
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To me 1-2fps is within a margin of error, especially considering the dynamic ever changing core clock of Pascal. You simply won't have the same exact clock rate at the same exact moment in a benchmark.
Edited by AMDATI - 4/29/17 at 3:27pm
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To me 1-2fps is within a margin of error, especially considering the dynamic ever changing clock rate of Pascal. You simply won't have the same exact clock rate at the same exact moment in a benchmark.
my score with g-sync on in supo is 10,240. with it off it's 10, 521.

Also, SuPo doesn't really have a MoE. It is hella consistent. i get the exact same fps at the exact same places in that test every single run unless i change a setting. It's remarkably consistant. MoE on SuPo 4k Optimized (optimized, man) is <1fps
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post #7748 of 10735
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Wow you've got a good one there then. ;-)

Even at only 50c core temp; mine won't do more than 2037 Mhz at 1.0v. (with 2025 being the true rock solid numb. for 1.0v stability).

What temp you @ for 2088 at 1.0?

Anyway (edit):
You got a link to this BIOS you wanted me to look at:?

About to do some baselines now, first.



It was the Palit bios.
post #7749 of 10735
Man I swear I should play the lottery.

I got a second Zotact 1080 Ti Amp Extreme. Before it was to cherry pick, but the one I got boosts stock to 2037.5 MHz and I didn't need to.

But screw it, I wanted to check out the new one too.

Stock boost? You guessed it. 2037.5 as well.

I haven't put it through its paces, but I have a good feeling I'll be able to sell one of them without any loss even though they're both opened now.
post #7750 of 10735
my new 1080ti, 2063 core +900 VRAM passed TS stress test 99.5%

Can do 2100 on the core, but not as rock solid..


http://www.3dmark.com/tsst/45381

Best score so far,
10 991 TS Graphics
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1659925

7 907 FEU Graphics
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12484916

Good silicon?
Edited by Coopiklaani - 4/29/17 at 3:48pm
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