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[I'm really thinking its the GPU and not my PSU, especially since a 1080ti doesn't really draw that much more power than a 1070 that was overclocked and this is a really high-end PSU I have now.[/quote]


its not your PSU I have 1200 w hi quality PS and have the same issue. I wonder if gigabyte will issue a bios update to fix this. I doubt as I think its the chip.
post #102 of 1064
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Originally Posted by AJ Riddle View Post

I can see from my battery backup (its a CyberPower Pure Sinewave UPS - can output 900w) that when I have the core clock set to 1600 and memory to 11010 I am only pulling out 500w max, and that is including my 2 1440p IPS monitors! I can also see it by % of max output and it only ever gets up to about 55%.

I'm really thinking its the GPU and not my PSU, especially since a 1080ti doesn't really draw that much more power than a 1070 that was overclocked and this is a really high-end PSU I have now.
i would concur. that psu is a definite madman.
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same here , I cannot run it in overclock mode, it crashes or locks up. Its fine in default mode. The highest I can get out of it its 1987 with maximum voltage. Seems very stable. Looks like chips that should not have been used in xtreme editions, not clocking well enough. My FE asus was overclocking better, just too noisy (2050). Marginal performance increase but still broke 2k mark
I've been saying this until I'm blue in the face/ DO NOT ADD VOLTS TO THESE>
Or, enjoy the constant crashing.

NO VOLTS. Add +50 core. Test, try +63, +76, +89. When you crash, back down 13. It's easy. NO VOLTAGE.


Seriously, NO VOLTAGE.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/13/17 at 6:30pm
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same here , I cannot run it in overclock mode, it crashes or locks up. Its fine in default mode. The highest I can get out of it its 1987 with maximum voltage. Seems very stable. Looks like chips that should not have been used in xtreme editions, not clocking well enough. My FE asus was overclocking better, just too noisy (2050). Marginal performance increase but still broke 2k mark
I've been saying this until I'm blue in the face/ DO NOT ADD VOLTS TO THESE>
Or, enjoy the constant crashing.

NO VOLTS. Add +50 core. Test, try +63, +76, +89. When you crash, back down 13. It's easy. NO VOLTAGE.


Seriously, NO VOLTAGE.
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I've been saying this until I'm blue in the face/ DO NOT ADD VOLTS TO THESE>
Or, enjoy the constant crashing.

NO VOLTS. Add +50 core. Test, try +63, +76, +89. When you crash, back down 13. It's easy. NO VOLTAGE.


Seriously, NO VOLTAGE.

this man speaks the truth.

am stable 2062-2050 no volts, prior was a crash fest.
post #105 of 1064
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Originally Posted by AJ Riddle View Post

Okay, so I got my Aorus Xtreme 1080ti today and have been struggling for the past 4 hours to figure out whats wrong, but I assume my card needs to be RMA'd.

If I run it at the stock OC clock speeds than my games all crash and 3dmark benchmarks crash and freeze 10 to 60 seconds into it. Sometimes it causes PC to freeze with artifacts on the screen.

After troubleshooting on reddit they though the card might not be getting enough power, but I have a Seasonic SS660xp2 which is a 660w Platinum+ high end PSU and my rig should only require about 500w.

Anyway, when I underclock the card by putting it on Aorus software's silent mode it seems to run fine, but on normal/gaming/OC mode it crashes games.

Do I send it back to Newegg? RMA it to Gigabyte? Or is it my PCs fault?

Personally, I would not let the software take care of setting it to 'OC' mode. Chances are yours cards are fairly close to maxed out already, if the OC mode tries to bump it up by like 70 core it's gonna put you way over your limit.

You could switch to msi afterburner and try messing with overclocks that way if you want it to be overclocked. Otherwise use it at the default. I have a feeling the aorus software is causing people to crash because it is bumping up the core to much in 'OC' mode.

Also, what does your core go to at default and what does it go to in OC mode?
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I've been saying this until I'm blue in the face/ DO NOT ADD VOLTS TO THESE>
Or, enjoy the constant crashing.

NO VOLTS. Add +50 core. Test, try +63, +76, +89. When you crash, back down 13. It's easy. NO VOLTAGE.


Seriously, NO VOLTAGE.

Mine won't do more than 2037 on stock voltage for love or money lol, it does do 2050 with 1093v. So I got a mediocre one, memory seems good though, I pushed +500 and its still going. However, bandwidth takes a nosedive past 5994mhz so I don't think the extra VRAM frequency is doing anything because the gains are being lost due to looser timings + GDDR5X ECC.
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Whats the main difference between the standard Aorus Geforce GTX 1080 TI and the Xtreme edition?

I know back-plating is different, but can I still over clock the same? Been outta the GPU game for awhile.
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Whats the main difference between the standard Aorus Geforce GTX 1080 TI and the Xtreme edition?

I know back-plating is different, but can I still over clock the same? Been outta the GPU game for awhile.

Functionally the same, the stock version has no padding for the MOSFETs and 2 of the 3 RAM banks on the backplate side of the board so ur gonna have to DiY these. The Extreme version has more LEDs which ironically enough can reduce the performance potential because they eat in to the power budget.
If it also matters, the Extreme has a whopping big LED at the site of the VRM mosfets on the backplate which can reduce cooling potential if you decide to pad that area.

I actually disconnected the LED switch on my stock Auorus card so I can get less power limited in Superposition.

All in all, its still silicon lottery that determines your overclocks.
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Mine won't do more than 2037 on stock voltage for love or money lol, it does do 2050 with 1093v. So I got a mediocre one, memory seems good though, I pushed +500 and its still going. However, bandwidth takes a nosedive past 5994mhz so I don't think the extra VRAM frequency is doing anything because the gains are being lost due to looser timings + GDDR5X ECC.
i can hold +90 but no more, which is pretty awesome, but my vram only +442, a little higher than that and they artifact.
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this man speaks the truth.

am stable 2062-2050 no volts, prior was a crash fest.
it's contrary to what we've always done. I've always been a set power/temp/AND VOLTS to max guy. But it's different now.
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