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I posted some time back in the day but I've been really busy so sorry for that though. I have a problem with Aorus software and MSI Afterburner.

I want to use MSI Afterburner because I like it better to edit the fan curve but I loaded the OC Mode in Aorus software then opened MSI to get the oc mode settings into MSI and it seems to set those settings but in reality I get for example 110-140fps(with dips to 80/90 fps like w t f) in Rocket League with MSI and 200+fps with dips to 175/180 a few times in 3v3 in Aorus OC Mode( 1440p 144hz monitor).

So how can I get the oc mode of aorus in MSI afterburner?



Maybe in the benchmark doesn't seem much(although a 7fps difference in a benchmark is a lot), in Rocket League is a 100fps difference for example.
Aorus OC Mode works good but it's too hot the default fan curve and if I edit it in the options, I'm not sure if it keeps the OC settings and the fans keep changing to semipassive...

EDIT: this are the msi settings, although fan is not on auto(only in the screen by accident):

Edited by Monitorn00b - 9/22/17 at 12:41pm
post #2132 of 2369
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Originally Posted by Monitorn00b View Post

I posted some time back in the day but I've been really busy so sorry for that though. I have a problem with Aorus software and MSI Afterburner.

I want to use MSI Afterburner because I like it better to edit the fan curve but I loaded the OC Mode in Aorus software then opened MSI to get the oc mode settings into MSI and it seems to set those settings but in reality I get for example 110-140fps(with dips to 80/90 fps like w t f) in Rocket League with MSI and 200+fps with dips to 175/180 a few times in 3v3 in Aorus OC Mode( 1440p 144hz monitor).

So how can I get the oc mode of aorus in MSI afterburner?



Maybe in the benchmark doesn't seem much(although a 7fps difference in a benchmark is a lot), in Rocket League is a 100fps difference for example.
Aorus OC Mode works good but it's too hot the default fan curve and if I edit it in the options, I'm not sure if it keeps the OC settings and the fans keep changing to semipassive...

EDIT: this are the msi settings, although fan is not on auto(only in the screen by accident):
Firstly, you should not have both the auros software and msi opened at the same time. I would use the auros software to set the led color and uninstall it followed by installing the msi afterburner. Use the msi to set the oc. The auros software is crap
post #2133 of 2369
Hi ! I can finally join the club, being a very proud owner of the Aorus Extreme 1080 Ti! Wehooo! biggrin.gif

My OC settings are:
https://imgur.com/a/VFHY7

My question is: What kind of fan curve settings would you guys recommend? I'm actually quite happy about the stock settings. Is there any reason even to play around with the fan curve on this card? And more importantly.. what can I gain from it in the long run??

Thanks!
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Firstly, you should not have both the auros software and msi opened at the same time. I would use the auros software to set the led color and uninstall it followed by installing the msi afterburner. Use the msi to set the oc. The auros software is crap
Yes, I want to use MSI software but don't know how to OC it as the OC mode in Aorus software sadsmiley.gif because the OC mode of aorus software is really stable, don't have problems playing long with it, only temp because fan curve is poor.
post #2135 of 2369
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Yes, I want to use MSI software but don't know how to OC it as the OC mode in Aorus software sadsmiley.gif because the OC mode of aorus software is really stable, don't have problems playing long with it, only temp because fan curve is poor.
You really should just use msi afterburner. There is a few detailed tutorial on how to use the v curve method to oc further back on this thread. Higher, more stable oc and better temp with a more effective custom fan curve.

My fan curve


My v curve



If you are able to reapply thermal paste with grizzly kryonaut. It can reduce temp by 6c!
post #2136 of 2369
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You really should just use msi afterburner. There is a few detailed tutorial on how to use the v curve method to oc further back on this thread. Higher, more stable oc and better temp with a more effective custom fan curve.

My fan curve


My v curve



If you are able to reapply thermal paste with grizzly kryonaut. It can reduce temp by 6c!

I don't want to open my card because I could mess it up so I plan to stay stock paste for now.

Can you link me to those tutorials?I need a explanation for dummies as I have no idea how to OC manually, thanks for your help mate
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Yeah I wouldn't open up a gpu under warranty just to redo the paste. I'd instead let it burn up and if it gives you issues rma it. Seems silly to lose your warranty trying to keep a gpu under warranty running cooler. Least to me.

I opened my old 980 ti up when I put a g10 on it and ended up feeling really stressed about it crapping out on me. Was very happy when it came time to buy a 1080 ti that has warranty.
     
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1627037/best-method-to-overclock-a-1080-ti-under-water-no-shunt-mod-good-under-air-too-lower-temps
If you are not confident to repaste then don't do it but it actually quite easy. Loads of tutorials in the net. Use the spread method if you are using the grizzly kryonaut.
Able to run the card 6c cooler is not just about running it cooler but able to run it at the same temp with a much slower fan speed. It means a lot if you are after quietness
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1627037/best-method-to-overclock-a-1080-ti-under-water-no-shunt-mod-good-under-air-too-lower-temps
If you are not confident to repaste then don't do it but it actually quite easy. Loads of tutorials in the net. Use the spread method if you are using the grizzly kryonaut.
Able to run the card 6c cooler is not just about running it cooler but able to run it at the same temp with a much slower fan speed. It means a lot if you are after quietness

Thanks, I'll take a better look in the morning. My objective is to get 2025 stable core(that's what i think it maxes at OC mode in aorus software), i think it can be done with default thermal paste and by air without going too crazy, just with a better fan curve than the one Aorus has.

Thanks again Supelp12 thumb.gif
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1627037/best-method-to-overclock-a-1080-ti-under-water-no-shunt-mod-good-under-air-too-lower-temps
If you are not confident to repaste then don't do it but it actually quite easy. Loads of tutorials in the net. Use the spread method if you are using the grizzly kryonaut.
Able to run the card 6c cooler is not just about running it cooler but able to run it at the same temp with a much slower fan speed. It means a lot if you are after quietness
Kryonaut works well with the spread method?

Do you need to heat it up first or does it just work?
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