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Originally Posted by Agueybana_II View Post

Decided to reach out to Gigabyte, ASUS, PNY, MSI, EVGA, ZOTAC to asked the following question regarding WARRANTY

My email is in regards to [Company] warranty for the 1080TI FE. Does [Company] voids the warranty of the GPU after an aftermarket water block is installed?

****Responses*****

EVGA stated:
Hello,

As long as you are able to put the original cooler back on the card when sending it in for replacement there shouldn't be any issues with warranty. Simply removing the cooler does not void your warranty. If you have any other questions, please let us know.

Regards,
EVGA

Will update as manufacture provide response.

****ZOTAC****
Hi,

Thank you for contacting ZOTAC Technical Support.

Yes sir. It will void your warranty.

Cheers,
Paul
Zotac Technical Support

****ASUS****
Dear Valued Customer,

Thanks for making your inquiry. Your warranty is voided should you cause any customer induce damages. We recommend any modification being done to the product should be done by a certified technician. Please be advised that you can consult us for texchnical support aswell.


Best Regards,


Anthony Williams
ASUS eShop Representative

****PNY****
Hello,
 
Thank you for contacting PNY Technical Support.
 
Any modifications or dismantling of the card will void the cards warranty.
 
Jan
 
PNY Technical Support

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Still awaiting MSI and Gigabyte will update once received.
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Originally Posted by Agueybana_II View Post

****ZOTAC****
Hi,

Thank you for contacting ZOTAC Technical Support.

Yes sir. It will void your warranty.

Cheers,
Paul
Zotac Technical Support

****ASUS****
Dear Valued Customer,

Thanks for making your inquiry. Your warranty is voided should you cause any customer induce damages. We recommend any modification being done to the product should be done by a certified technician. Please be advised that you can consult us for texchnical support aswell.


Best Regards,


Anthony Williams
ASUS eShop Representative

****PNY****
Hello,
 
Thank you for contacting PNY Technical Support.
 
Any modifications or dismantling of the card will void the cards warranty.
 
Jan
 
PNY Technical Support

______________________________________________
Still awaiting MSI and Gigabyte will update once received.


How would they even know if you put it back on the same way you took it off?
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@Radox-O:
Thanks for your hard work, and posting all those benches.
Great comparisons, good to see how well the 1080TI is doing in a real-world scenario.
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Some people have to much time on ther hands, who cares?
don't buy it or just go get a evga where they don't care.
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Tad long post, but thought I would share some benching I did most of today between 1080's and 1080Ti's both FE to see how they compare at stock and overclocked with a few Titan X Maxwell Scores sprinkled in.

System Specs used: 5960x @ 4.6 Ghz, Cache @ 4.4 Ghz, 32GB RAM @ 14-17-17-34 1T

Panel used was the ASUS PG348Q, so 3440 x 1440 with V-Sync and G-Sync off in everything.

All cards used a 1:1 fan profile

GTX 1080Ti
  • Stock settings average boost 1860 Mhz Core / 11,016 Memory
  • Overclocked settings average boost 2002 Mhz / 12,000 MHz Memory


GTX 1080
  • Stock settings average boost 1848 Mhz Core / 10,012 Memory
  • Overclocked settings average boost 2075 Mhz / 11,000 MHz Memory


Titan X (Maxwell, EVGA SC BIOS)
  • Stock settings average boost 1316 Mhz Core / 7,012 Memory
  • Overclocked settings average boost 1474 Mhz / 8,020 MHz Memory


% increase and decrease is based on my stock 1080 scores. FPS are Averages

OVERALL AVERAGES ACROSS THE BENCHMARKS
  • GTX 1080: BASELINE
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 9.98 % increase
  • GTX 1080Ti: 29.5% increase
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 39.3% increase
  • Titan X: 12.2% Decrease
  • Titan X OC'd: 3.1% Decrease

Overall stock 1080Ti is 30% ahead or so of stock 1080 and similar for overlocked 1080Ti vs 1080. Gap is smaller, when we strip out synthetics which will scale better then games mostly. Now to see how SLI 1080 vs SLI 180Ti compares smile.gif


Far Cry Primal - Ultra Preset + HD Pack
  • GTX 1080: 60 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 67 FPS (11.6% Increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 80 FPS (33% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 87 FPS (45% increase)
  • Titan X: Average: 53 (11.7% Decrease)
  • Titan X OC'd: Average: 59 (2% Decrease)


Ghost Recon Wildland - Very High Preset
  • GTX 1080: 57.5 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 61.21 FPS (6.5% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 71.25 FPS (23.9% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 76.59 FPS (33.2% increase)


Ash’s of the Singularity GPU Test - DX11 - Extreme Preset

  • GTX 1080: 57.5 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 61.21 FPS (6.5% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 71.25 FPS (23.9% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 76.59 FPS (33.2% increase)


GTA 5 - All settings Maxed but no MSAA on anything

  • GTX 1080: 71 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 83.1 FPS (15.7% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 88 FPS (22.6% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 94.8 FPS (32% increase
  • Titan X: 64.34 FPS (10.4% Decrease)
  • Titan X OC'd: 72.5 FPS (1% increase)


Arkham Knight - All settings maxed, No gamework settings on
  • GTX 1080:84 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 91 FPS (8.3% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 103 FPS (22.6% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 116 FPS (38.1% increase)


Tomb Raider - Ultimate Preset
  • GTX 1080: 98.2 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 108 FPS (10% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 131.9 FPS (34% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 141 FPS (44.5% increase)
  • Titan X: 88 FPS (10.4% Decrease)
  • Titan X OC'd: 96 FPS (2.3% decrease)


Dues Ex mankind Divided - Ultra Preset no MSAA

  • GTX 1080: 41.3 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 45.6 FPS (10.4% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 55.3 FPS (33.9% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 62.1 GPS (50.4% increase


Dragon Age inquisition - Ultra Preset
  • GTX 1080: 72.4 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 79.6 FPS (9.9% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 89.1 FPS (23.1% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 102 FPS (40.1% increase)
  • Titan X: 60.5 FPS (16.4% Decrease)
  • Titan X OC'd: 68 FPS (6.1% Decrease)


Witcher 3 - High Post processing Preset and Ultra Graphical quality Preset - Novigrad loop
  • GTX 1080: 54 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 60 FPS (11% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 67 FPS (24.1% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 72 FPS (33.3% increase)
  • Titan X: 49 FPS (9.3% Decrease)
  • Titan X OC'd: 52 FPS (3.1% Decrease)


Witcher 3 - High Post processing Preset and Ultra Graphical quality Preset - Skelliga crossroads trees / forests loop

  • GTX 1080: 49 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 51 FPS (4.1% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 59 FPS (20.4% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 63 FPS (28.6% increase)
  • Titan X: 43 FPS (12% Decrease)
  • Titan X OC'd: 47 FPS (4.1% Decrease)


Witcher 3 - High Post processing Preset and Ultra Graphical quality Preset - Beauclair castle balcony loop (Long Vista)​​
  • GTX 1080: 67 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 72 FPS (7.5% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 82 FPS (22.4% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 87 FPS (29.9% increase)
  • Titan X: 60 FPS (10.4% decrease)
  • Titan X OC'd: 65 FPS (3% Decrease)


[U]Hitman Absolution - Ultra - 2 x MSAA[/U]
  • GTX 1080: 81.1 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 92.6 FPS (14.1% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 103.2 FPS (27% increase
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 113 FPS (39% increase)
  • Titan X: 68.4 FPS (15.7% Decrease)
  • Titan X OC'd: 78.1 FPS (3.7% Decrease)


Shadow of Mordor - Ultra Preset
  • GTX 1080: 94.95 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 107.19 FPS (12.9% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 116.06 FPS (22.2% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 127.06 (33.8% increase)
  • Titan X: 81.2 FPS (14.5% Decrease)
  • Titan X OC'd: 92.6 FPS (2.5% Decrease)


Total War Warhammer - Ultra Preset
  • GTX 1080: 68 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 78.2 FPS (15% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 96.71 FPS (42.2%)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 103 FPS (51.5% increase)


Metro Last Light Redux - All settings Maxed No Motion Blur
  • GTX 1080: 38.1 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 41.14 FPS (8% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 49.91 FPS (31% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 56 FPS (47% increase)


Vally Benchmark - Extreme HD Preset resolution at 1440p
  • GTX 1080: 66.1 FPS
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 70.5 FPS (6.7% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: 89.9 FPS (36% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: 97.3 FPS (47% increase)


Firestrike

  • GTX 1080: Graphics Score: 20800
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: Graphics Score: 23700 (13.9% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: Graphics Score: 27417 (31.8% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: Graphics score 29050 (39.7% increase)


Firestrike Extreme

  • GTX 1080: Graphics Score: 9721
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: Graphics Score: 11451 (17.8% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: Graphics Score: 13465 (38.4% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: Graphics Score: 14525 (49.4% increase)


Firestrike Ultra
  • GTX 1080: Graphics Score: 4917
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: Graphics Score: 5624 (14.4% increase)
  • GTX 1080Ti: Graphics Score: 6808 (38.5% increase)
  • GTX 1080 OC'd: Graphics Score: 7109 (44.6% increase)
Yeah thanks this has helped me out a ton.
waiting on hybird any brand.
post #886 of 10817
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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post

@Radox-O:
Thanks for your hard work, and posting all those benches.
Great comparisons, good to see how well the 1080TI is doing in a real-world scenario.
Rep+thumb.gif

No problem smile.gif
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Yeah thanks this has helped me out a ton.
waiting on hybird any brand.

No probs. Great stuff. Will be interested to see how the hybrids fair. No doubt will make these cards even better being able to maintain a higher consistent boost.
     
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post #887 of 10817
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Some people have to much time on ther hands, who cares?
don't buy it or just go get a evga where they don't care.

Some people care? Why would you not want to at least be aware of a company's policy on modification? Called being a smart consumer.
post #888 of 10817
Got my card running with a Corsair H55, 2025Mhz solid no throttling.
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Doing some final testing but looks like my card is a dud that tops out between 1900 and 1950 MHz average clock in-game. Peak clocks around 2040 MHz. This is a +130 offset. Increasing voltage does not appear to allow higher clocks for me.

Temps are great though with the EVGA hybrid cooler... 51C max so far when overclocked.

Not sure how some of you guys are getting no throttling - I get power throttled constantly at 120% power and stock volts.

Performance is ok-ish... Definitely not as fast as Titan XM SLI in SLI supported titles, but it feels good to be done with SLI

It was surprisingly easy to put on the hybrid cooler... No modifications needed and just took fifteen minutes
Edited by BigMack70 - 3/13/17 at 6:40pm
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Doing some final testing but looks like my card is a dud that tops out between 1900 and 1950 MHz average clock in-game. Peak clocks around 2040 MHz. This is a +130 offset. Increasing voltage does not appear to allow higher clocks for me.

Temps are great though with the EVGA hybrid cooler... 51C max so far when overclocked.

Not sure how some of you guys are getting no throttling - I get power throttled constantly at 120% power and stock volts.

Performance is ok-ish... Definitely not as fast as Titan XM SLI in SLI supported titles, but it feels good to be done with SLI

It was surprisingly easy to put on the hybrid cooler... No modifications needed and just took fifteen minutes

I thought some people reported having to use a tool to cut metal or something.

Is this what you are using?
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