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If the card is unstable in factory OC - do I have the possibility to change the card? Gigabyte guarantees that the card runs in OC mode?
If it does not run out of the box at factory settings, then it should be covered by warranty.
Edited by GNUster - 4/19/17 at 11:39am
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I have spoke with Aorus Team and instability of their cards is caused by their software which overclocking card incorrectly in Gaming and OC mode. It is a software bug as they have said.

They are awaiting for a patch to be released. I have asked for ETA but didn't receive any info on it yet.

My card is waiting for me to get. I will test it tomorrow and see what it can do and how do I feel about it.
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Here's my OC so far...

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I have spoke with Aorus Team and instability of their cards is caused by their software which overclocking card incorrectly in Gaming and OC mode. It is a software bug as they have said.

They are awaiting for a patch to be released. I have asked for ETA but didn't receive any info on it yet.

My card is waiting for me to get. I will test it tomorrow and see what it can do and how do I feel about it.


this is not correct I used afterburner with aorus uninstalled and got same bad results. The card doesn't cut the mustard. Some are fine on this thread but majority are not. Cannot overclock past the Gaming mode, so the +25 mhz past gaming mode causes crashes
it is not a software bug.
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this is not correct I used afterburner with aorus uninstalled and got same bad results. The card doesn't cut the mustard. Some are fine on this thread but majority are not. Cannot overclock past the Gaming mode, so the +25 mhz past gaming mode causes crashes
it is not a software bug.

I am just saying what they have told me. I will have my card in few hours so I will see if its ok or not. If won't OC and be stable I am returning it and moving to ASUS STRIX.

I will repaste it first though....
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Guise guise I found a use for the intel stock HSF.
To the naysayers, the backplate definitely works as a heatsink, its just a matter of getting moar cooling on to it.




Dropped load temps by around 5-10 degrees. Also lets a nice breeze go around the VRAM area too. Now to get a more powerful fan....
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I'm not saying it does not work, but it's pretty ugly. As soon as I can pass through water
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For me the elephant in the room that no one seems to address is (from what i understand) why the hell does a manual voltage increase cause crashes? It's not new that some factory overclocked cards run unstable, I think Zotac had similar issues not too long ago with a previous flagship card. Maybe a tiny voltage increase is all that's required to get all the cards in this thread running stable. None of us would have bought an Aorus if all we wanted was to run at the stock voltage.
    
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I sent my Aorus non extreme back yesterday since one of the fan was catching cooler... It was pretty ****y card for OC, 1924Mhz in heavy gaming. I get Aorus Extreme today and guess what?. It crashes in OC mode. Adding voltage doesn't help at all. I can see higher volage under load but it still crashes. mad.gif
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Just got my Xtreme Edition Aorus.

I only get Power Limit to Max in Afterburner and went straight to Heaven benchmark with 100% fans (they are really quiet!).

Boost out of the box to 2025 Mhz on core. Droped down to 2000mhz during benchmark after 51C. Max temp during benchmark was 56C.

Max Voltage was 1.0620V during benchmark, max TDP was 104,5%.

Score of stock Heaven:




Now to find highest stable OC, then repaste it and we are done.

Lets see how this baby OC thumb.gif


EDIT: First small OC is very good. +25 on core and +200 on memory and 2025 stable (downclock from 2038) through whole Heaven no problem.

So far really pleased with card. EXTREMELY quiet I have to say.
Edited by Benny89 - 4/19/17 at 11:33am
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