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Originally Posted by Blameless View Post

Better binning, custom timings, slightly more voltage, or any combination of the three could account for the difference, even if they are the same ICs.

Micron's newest D9VRN is rated for 12Gbps and it's possible they use this, but I believe even the Titan Xp uses 11Gbps rated D9VRL ICs.

I am thinking they changed the timings and voltage increase. Most 1080 Ti can do 12GHz no problem.
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Most 1080 Ti can do 12GHz no problem.

At the temperatures expected of an out-of-box fan profile on an air cooled part?
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I'm pretty sure the memory clocks are higher on this RAM but dunno if they are just OCing it or it's actually different modules. redface.gif

https://www.evga.com/articles/01149/evga-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-12ghz/

Until someone does a teardown we won't know for sure. My gut instinct is telling me this is new modules. Because if Micron's manufacturing had matured enough where EVGA could bin the 11gbps modules to pull out mass production 12gbps, Micro might as well release a new SKU, this is a high volume part unlike the Titan Xp.
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Micron GDDR5X MT58K256M321JA-120:A is 12 Gb/s
https://www.anandtech.com/show/11543/micron-discusses-gddr5x-gddr6-and-gddr5
"When Micron announced its GDDR5X memory in late 2015, it set two targets for data transfer rates: the initial target of 10 – 12 Gbps and the longer-term target of 16 Gbps. Initially, the company only supplied GDDR5X ICs validated at 10 and 11 Gbps, but this year the company also started to bin the chips for 12 Gbps. "
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Micron GDDR5X MT58K256M321JA-120:A is 12 Gb/s
https://www.anandtech.com/show/11543/micron-discusses-gddr5x-gddr6-and-gddr5
"When Micron announced its GDDR5X memory in late 2015, it set two targets for data transfer rates: the initial target of 10 – 12 Gbps and the longer-term target of 16 Gbps. Initially, the company only supplied GDDR5X ICs validated at 10 and 11 Gbps, but this year the company also started to bin the chips for 12 Gbps. "

Are they only binned to run at 12 Gbps or are they a newer version chip at 12 Gbps in production.

My card does well over 12 Gbps as it is. redface.gif
    
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I've had to underclock the memory on my 1080Ti by 350 MHz. to get the core to 1076 Mhz. in one game: Dying Light.

Bringing the memory up to full speed on this game (before it CTD'd) seemed to increase my GPU temps by 5°C.
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I've had to underclock the memory on my 1080Ti by 350 MHz. to get the core to 1076 Mhz. in one game: Dying Light.

Bringing the memory up to full speed on this game (before it CTD'd) seemed to increase my GPU temps by 5°C.

Don't bother with Dying Light, the optimization is garbage. Vsync halfes my fps and I need to enable and disable it a couple of times until it works properly. With barely an oc on my 980 Ti that game managed to get over the modded PowerTarget of 130%, it doesn't make sense, there are way heavier games out there not behaving that way.
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Are they all efficient ? I mean my sinks are upside down. And how about the thickness ?

Just use some sticky thermal paste like thermal grizzly with a dab of super glue on the corners
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Don't bother with Dying Light, the optimization is garbage. Vsync halfes my fps and I need to enable and disable it a couple of times until it works properly. With barely an oc on my 980 Ti that game managed to get over the modded PowerTarget of 130%, it doesn't make sense, there are way heavier games out there not behaving that way.

Dying Light is an open world game, I've also maxed the view distance through modding of the config files.
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Just use some sticky thermal paste like thermal grizzly with a dab of super glue on the corners
Super glue ? Huh ? And what if i need to rma the card ?
I've done a test with a single sink stick with arctic mx-4 paste.
Will see at the end of the week end what it is worth.
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