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Sounds like you have a good card. People should start posting their ASIC quality so we can see if there is a correlation. My guess is the stable cards would be the highest binned ones.
    
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Sounds like you have a good card. People should start posting their ASIC quality so we can see if there is a correlation. My guess is the stable cards would be the highest binned ones.

1080 Ti's actually do not have ASIC quality readings. Good idea though. thumb.gif
post #273 of 1162
Ah that's too bad. My xtreme is arriving Friday, gonna throw it in my brother's PC and test it before i bother taking my water loop apart.
    
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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

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.

If you didn't touch the voltage curve, you've got a decent gpu.
post #275 of 1162
So I am sitting back and need to get up to increase font for my afterburner osd, but here's what I have... I'm running now on OC mode in aorus engine and playing Andromeda now for 20 minutes at 4k. I'm hoping I'm solid from here on out.
post #276 of 1162
So anyone else's card hitting 80+C while running Heaven in 4K extreme or am I just lucky?

This was done with the fans at 100% too mad.gif



On Auto fan curve card got to 88 and then killed Heaven... I don't get why it's soooo hot. On the upside card doesn't see to throttle much, I'm not really seeing many perf caps unlike my founders or the TXp.


Edited by alucardis666 - 4/19/17 at 12:30pm
post #277 of 1162
Can someone tell me what is the difference between the normal aorus 1080 ti and the extreme version, besides the LED stuff?
The normal version is in stock, the xtreme is not, so I want to know what I might be missing if I go on and order now. Thank you!
post #278 of 1162
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Can someone tell me what is the difference between the normal aorus 1080 ti and the extreme version, besides the LED stuff?
The normal version is in stock, the xtreme is not, so I want to know what I might be missing if I go on and order now. Thank you!

Higher power limit, 125 vs 150, more copper in the cooler, and RGB backplate
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Higher power limit, 125 vs 150, more copper in the cooler, and RGB backplate

I'm better off waiting then. I hate low power limits. I also think there is another perk for the xtreme version which is the possibility to get one extra year of warranty by registering it on gigabyte website. Thank you!
post #280 of 1162
here is my OC Aorus Xtreme, seems stable and tested Firestrike and Mass Effect Andromeda (much more sensitive to oc)

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