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Guys, how is the stock TIM on Founders Edition Ti cards? (this my first FE card) I discovered that my card is losing OC stability around 71-72 C, will be doing a waterblock next month but was thinking maybe I should change for gelid extreme to get a few degrees until my waterbloc ships.

Very good question:

  • I was wondering the exact same thing.
  • I'm in the same boat as you.

Although won't it also differ from manufacturer to manufacturer?
I.E:
EVGA FE
Gigabyte FE
ASUS FE
PALIT FE
Nvidia Store FE

Edited by nrpeyton - 5/3/17 at 11:11am
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Happy to hear that! I wish you a lot of fun with your card!

I know how it feels to get an under average overclocker. I came from a 1070 Amp Extreme which had been quite expensive last year and I expected high clocks, but i was one of the first unlucky guys who got a 1070 with hynix memory instead of samsung and it absolutely made me mad that i got like 300MHz less on the memory than expected, although i knew it didnt make a noticable real world performance difference.

The 1080Ti is the first card which really makes me satisfied with a 2075/6200max and and 2050/6000 for everyday use.
man, i actually caught a very good 980ti hybrid after several straight mediocre at best cards. it held 1539Mhz and ran cool as can be. Then it died in 1 year (pump went out. wish it came off so i could've kept my chip at least) and the replacement crashed at 1450. Had to run her 1438Mhz and even though it had an extra +100 on the mems, it was no consolation. My 1080ti FE was a 1974mhz card, and i had accepted it. But then as I was still in the 30 day window and had overpaid for the FE by $100 (next day ship plus tax, $801.00)i said screw it and returned it and got "just" a regular aorus. Wanted the extreme but i had to get something and they were out. Lo and behold I catch a regular aorus that beats every extreme ive seen yet. Freaking AWESOME feeling, even if it is much adeu about nothing.
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Yeah, it's really hard to follow this thread, it is so active biggrin.gif I have no idea how a few people manage to reply to so many posts, respect! I just read the the last posts every day and jump over the 100 new posts from the last 24h...
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Guys, how is the stock TIM on Founders Edition Ti cards? (this my first FE card) I discovered that my card is losing OC stability around 71-72 C, will be doing a waterblock next month but was thinking maybe I should change for gelid extreme to get a few degrees until my waterbloc ships.
yeah, man, i gained ~8c on my re-tim of the FE. Gained 5c on my re-tim of the Aorus. they all need re-timmed. The Asus seems the best from the factory. damn robot company. i used to be an asus guy, but i dont support companies that replace people with fully automated. we will all be replaced someday. im racist against robots, lol. ironically , my grandfather is one of the Founding Father's of AI. he is the acknowledged genius behind automated theorum proving. He was even on the Unibomber's kill list. Wish he were still alive to speak of the future of the world. rip grandpappy, loved ya. To be clear, unibomber didnt kill him, ALS got him. But he was the 2nd name on Unibomber's kill list and the FBI checked my grandparent's mail for a full year after dude was busted.
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Who would trust a film review written by someone who didn't watch the film? Or a car review by someone who didn't drive the car? Or a hardware review by someone who didn't use the hardware? As I said, he didn't even install the card, let alone make any judgements or comparisons. All that stuff you listed is purely superficial and can easily be done just by looking at pictures of the card (which is exactly what they did for the VRM analysis, where one guy used a picture of the PCB in GIMP without even physical access to the card: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UURdOEMrCA ). Not even Gamers Nexus are calling it a review, because they know better. They just want to get the preliminary stuff out of the way early so people who are looking forwards to the actual review have something to watch while they wait.

Others have been "sold" just watching those videos already :-)

But fair enough.

Yeah it's a 1080 Ti, what magical performance are you expecting beyond the typical stock overclock gains?

Only thing I would care about is the temp/noise test from that. But I trust it won't be bad, plus I only really care about noise when idle - and it turns the fans off then.
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Very good question:

  • I was wondering the exact same thing.
  • I'm in the same boat as you.

Although won't it also differ from manufacturer to manufacturer?
I.E:
EVGA FE
Gigabyte FE
ASUS FE
PALIT FE
Nvidia Store FE

When i removed my cooler on the FE, the TIM visually made quite a good impression. It was not hardened or too much or too less:



Anyway, i changed it to Conductonaut.





But why are you asking if you plan to watercool it? I mean you have to reapply the TIM anyway when you change the cooler, dont you?
Edited by dunbheagan - 5/3/17 at 11:23am
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Maybe someone with time and a 2100Mhz capable card could do the numbers for all of us the actual gains per bin from 2000Mhz to 2100Mhz to put this to the test of truth

I know this is not enough data to reach any solid conclusions but here are the results of the ingame benchmark from Ghost Recon Wildlands (1440p Ultra preset) in all bins from 2000-2100. Unfortunatelly, I don't have a lot of free time but this benchmark is really short so the whole thing took like 15 minutes smile.gif.
2000 --- 61.63 Avg FPS
2012 --- 61.90 (+0.44%)
2025 --- 62.14 (+0.38%)
2038 --- 62.43 (+0.47%)
2050 --- 62.56 (+0.21%)
2063 --- 62.84 (+0.45%)
2076 --- 63.11 (+0.43%)
2088 --- 63.50 (+0.62%)
2100 --- 64.51 (+1.6%)

So, in total 2.98fps (+4.84%) for 100Hz (5%) OC in this specific game benchmark (screenshots in the spoiler).
As I said in another thread a few days ago, i don't believe that there are people that can actually tell the difference between 62 and 65 fps.
Even at higher fps that is what, 120 to 126. Again I don't think this is really noticeable or, something to worry about unless you intend to bench competitively.
As far as I'm concerned, I realised a couple of days ago that I have this card in my "gaming" PC for over a month and gamed for less than 10 hours redface.gif.
I uninstalled everything with Unigine, 3DMark, etc in its name and will only game from now on.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
2000
2012
2025
2038
2050
2063
2076
2088
2100

As can be seen in the screenshot below I just used the slider for the core OC. I put the first 3 sliders all the way to the right, left the memory clock at stock and only changed the core clock from +100 to +190 (2000-2100) so as to keep the variables to a minimum (e.g. I obviously don't need 1.062 for 2000 on the core). Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Card is an EVGA FE under water ("EK-FC Titan X Pascal - Acetal+Nickel", 3*240rad - using Vardar 2200rpm fans, D5 pump) and room temperature was ~25C.
Original BIOS, no shunt mod, CPU is a 4790k @ 4.7GHz @ 1.296v.

-- Update with results from from the Rise of the Tomb Raider ingame benchmark
2000 --- 121.17
2012 --- 121.80 (+0.52%)
2025 --- 122.53 (+0.6%)
2038 --- 123.22 (+0.56%)
2050 --- 123.82 (+0.49%)
2063 --- 124.17 (+0.28%)
2076 --- 124.24 (+0.06%)
2088 --- 126.54 (+1.85%)
2100 --- 127.49 (+0.75%)

So, in total 6.32fps (+5.2%) for 100Hz (5%) OC in this one.
There is a big jump going from 2076->2088 for this one. It seemed weird so I tried a second time but got similar results (within 0.3 fps).
For some unknown to me reason I couldn't take screnshot so I took photos with my phone in case anyone is interested in detailed / per test results (though not tonight, I'm supposed to wake up in 5 hour to go to work) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Sorry for any grammar mistakes but English is not my first language and I did write this very quickly - didn't check it afterwards.
Edited by Lefty23 - 5/3/17 at 2:41pm
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Anybody cares to rate this tim job:



Gonna try kryonaut for the first time.
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

Freaking AWESOME feeling, even if it is much adeu about nothing.

I am 100% with you biggrin.gif
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Anybody cares to rate this tim job:



Gonna try kryonaut for the first time.

Hey man, somebody puked on your card... :-)
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Originally Posted by dunbheagan View Post

When i removed my cooler on the FE, the TIM visually made quite a good impression. It was not hardened or too much or too less:



Anyway, i changed it to Conductonaut.





But why are you asking if you plan to watercool it? I mean you have to reapply the TIM anyway when you change the cooler, dont you?

Because I like to tinker about.

And if I take the heatsink and everything off the FE tonight, then it will go much quicker when I do the block next week.

Moreover there's less chance I'll forget where something goes (in a year or so when I sell it) if I've had it apart twice.

Also just pure curiosity.


Anyway you're using conductonaut; you not worried about corrosion or discolouration?
Here's what happened to my copper CPU block after 8 weeks:
<- right click & open new tab then enlarge for full size

It's been scrubbed like relentlessly-- it's like the LM is permanently "moulded" into the microscopic pores of the copper. (not sure if that's a good or a bad thing).

Still - i like it.. conductonaut on GPU.. hardcore :-)
Edited by nrpeyton - 5/3/17 at 11:51am
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