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remember it's all about bragging here I can do 2100 for like 10 sec before I down clock eventually to 2038 because of the voltage but can hold 2050 not a problem with less voltage
Also the top results are so close that benching this card seems a little pointless unless I can aniloate my nearest revile ie maintain 2200+ on a bench!
I rather game this card to death

Agreed, the average isn't actually 2100, and not "everyone" can even do it.

The average on air is like 1847 and on water it's 2032.

http://hwbot.org/hardware/videocard/geforce_gtx_1080_ti/

Even looking closer at data, you can see not many are doing 2100 Mhz.

http://hwbot.org/benchmark/3dmark_-_time_spy/rankings?hardwareTypeId=videocard_2821&cores=1#start=0#interval=20
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ok, thanks man. i'll give it another round, even though i pretty much know my sweet spot is 11,880. i just want to confirm my tests and this should do it.

Did you get OCCT to work? Im getting the same user cancelled error.
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havent tried again yet tbh.
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Did you get OCCT to work? Im getting the same user cancelled error.

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Agreed, the average isn't actually 2100, and not "everyone" can even do it.

The average on air is like 1847 and on water it's 2032.

http://hwbot.org/hardware/videocard/geforce_gtx_1080_ti/

Even looking closer at data, you can see not many are doing 2100 Mhz.

http://hwbot.org/benchmark/3dmark_-_time_spy/rankings?hardwareTypeId=videocard_2821&cores=1#start=0#interval=20
exactly. i can actually game on some games at 2101 and not crash , for hours. but witcher 3 knocks me down to 2063. it is what it is. It even went to 2050 and then bounced back in forth to 2063 when I played for 4 hours the other day.

But, on air, even if you call it 2050 because it blinks that sometimes, THAT is GOLDEN on air. 200MHz above the average. People in here sometimes seem MAD at 2050! I dont get that.
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Precisely. Max clocks people post here are just benches or many time BF1 results, which is very low GPU usage game in nowadays. I can bench 2088 if I want but in any game that will never hold. I can hold 2063 all day in BF1 but in Witcher 3 I have to go 2012mhz max.

And gain of those couple tens of mhz is nothing really.

Benches are not games smile.gif

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Agreed, the average isn't actually 2100, and not "everyone" can even do it.

The average on air is like 1847 and on water it's 2032.

http://hwbot.org/hardware/videocard/geforce_gtx_1080_ti/

Even looking closer at data, you can see not many are doing 2100 Mhz.

http://hwbot.org/benchmark/3dmark_-_time_spy/rankings?hardwareTypeId=videocard_2821&cores=1#start=0#interval=20

I think you both deserve a +1

I cant believe the Time spy ranks where are all the guys here with the 2100Mhz OC when a 2038 core is taking 4th place on a stock cooler lachen.gif with only 2 LN2 boys taking the first 2 spots

I am where I want to be with the extra $150 premium I paid for a Strix and under water holy cow I think I could take 3rd spot if it were a winter morning here as it will be a few months and spent a few more $$$$ on an x99 but with the X299 due in June I would be just throwing my money away



source http://hwbot.org/benchmark/3dmark_-_time_spy/rankings?hardwareTypeId=videocard_2821&cores=1#start=0#interval=20
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ok, thanks man. i'll give it another round, even though i pretty much know my sweet spot is 11,880. i just want to confirm my tests and this should do it.

Did you get OCCT to work? Im getting the same user cancelled error.

I downloaded 4.4.0 zip and worked fine.

http://www.ocbase.com/download/OCCTPT4.4.0.zip
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I downloaded 4.4.0 zip and worked fine.

http://www.ocbase.com/download/OCCTPT4.4.0.zip
huh. test just wouldnt even start for me.


On another note, i saw spikes to 355w in World of Warships, but this card crushes full ultra, 4xsmaa, fxaa high, all very high everything it's got at 4096x2160 and I get mid 70s fps. Sweet.
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I think you both deserve a +1

I cant believe the Time spy ranks where are all the guys here with the 2100Mhz OC when a 2038 core is taking 4th place on a stock cooler lachen.gif with only 2 LN2 boys taking the first 2 spots

I am where I want to be with the extra $150 premium I paid for a Strix and under water holy cow I think I could take 3rd spot if it were a winter morning here as it will be a few months and spent a few more $$$$ on an x99 but with the X299 due in June I would be just throwing my money away



source http://hwbot.org/benchmark/3dmark_-_time_spy/rankings?hardwareTypeId=videocard_2821&cores=1#start=0#interval=20
because not all of us have 8 core cpus, which is REQUIRED to make that leaderboard. the way you search it, idk, where am I? use a little bit of common sense and search by 4 core cpu's and you'll see a lot of HIGHER gpu scores than those guys. That post is bad. It is a chart full of the couple dozen folks on earth with 6950xs. jeez, dude. I have a gpu score of 10,900 in timespy.....

fps are the only # that matter anyway. And in games, not benches. 2088 on most games ive played, here. 2063 on the others (or 2100 on some). it isnt that unheard of.

I'm 3rd on my ENTIRE cpu's Timespy tests, btw. that sated me, personally, on the benching.

Edit. it wont let me post my in game screenshots because it's too much data?? wth. How can you post a 4k screenshot on here?
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/29/17 at 7:40pm
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LOL! How misinformed could you possible be?
Im 130-144+fps in bf1 @qhd, CRUSHING ryzen 4 cores, beating 6-8 cores, beating INTEL 6 CORES, bro. Beating all Intel except 5.0Ghz+ Kaby Lakes. Beating all of the ones you just mentioned. PROVEN fact. But, you do your thing. Just have to counter-point so the community isnt misled. TBC, not advocating a from scratch z97 system in 2017. it's for those with 4690k/4790k on z97. THEY get a sweet, sweet deal.

Broadwell-E is the exact same core as Broadwell-C, how could it be faster unless it's clocked higher? Broadwell-E is probably faster clock for clock due to the massive L2 cache. Also not everyone just plays games with their PC. Your Broadwell-C is not some magic CPU. It's slower than Skylake and Kaby Lake. Also I would never get a quad core at this point.
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I think you both deserve a +1

I cant believe the Time spy ranks where are all the guys here with the 2100Mhz OC when a 2038 core is taking 4th place on a stock cooler lachen.gif with only 2 LN2 boys taking the first 2 spots

I am where I want to be with the extra $150 premium I paid for a Strix and under water holy cow I think I could take 3rd spot if it were a winter morning here as it will be a few months and spent a few more $$$$ on an x99 but with the X299 due in June I would be just throwing my money away



source http://hwbot.org/benchmark/3dmark_-_time_spy/rankings?hardwareTypeId=videocard_2821&cores=1#start=0#interval=20

You'll find that most of the guys on HWBot care more about the results then the actual frequency. I see the opposite of that in some posts here.
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Broadwell-E is the exact same core as Broadwell-C, how could it be faster unless it's clocked higher? Broadwell-E is probably faster clock for clock due to the massive L2 cache. Also not everyone just plays games with their PC. Your Broadwell-C is not some magic CPU. It's slower than Skylake and Kaby Lake. Also I would never get a quad core at this point.
LMAO. wow, dude, salty much. i clearly said IN GAMING.

Did you just say "massive cache". Like, 20mb massive? 128mb is massive, 5775-c has many TIMES more cache mbs and exactly why a broadwell-c wrecks broadwell-e in games, badly and consistently and you can't prove otherwise. I hope you spend hours trying, bud.

browse as you feel fit. I've had this argument 2 dozen times and I haven't lost it yet, so... yeah.

https://www.purepc.pl/procesory/broadwell_niszczyciel_test_core_i5_5675c_i_core_i7_5775c?page=0,33
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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 :/

Could it be more related to the fact that Gsync is now operating at decent fps? and isn't 30/35fps 1440p and 20/25 fps 4k still like 60% better?
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