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For anyone curious what the difference is between TXp and Ti on Ryzen.

Ti





TXp



Seems like totally worth of extra 400USD ! Average 4 fps more and lower max fps and 2 fps more in min fps.

Dam, I should have ordered Xp. Best deal ever! biggrin.gif

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So I'm guessing I got a solid Aorus which is cool, ran Andromeda at 4k locked 60hz for a few hours and Temps maybe hit 70 once. I'm at 2025 in OC mode.

Overall I'm happy.. I wish Andromeda wasn't such a technical turdfest but still the gpu is nice and it's a shame to hear those who are having issues.

With that said I have my ftw3 still pre ordered and I have to at least see what the deal is with it when it drops, I been an evga guy forever so I can't cut them loose just yet.

What I absolutely love about the Aorus is 3 hdmi ports, I have 2 setups and need 2 hdmi as one is a Sony x800D for my monitor and the other my 4k projector. So it's nice since the dp to hdmi adapter I have doesn't push hdr, just 4k at 60hz...anyone know of one that pushes hdr also incase I somehow end up with the evga overall?

But this gpu definitely sweet, I don't think I won the silicon lottery with numbers but least its one that isn't crashing in OC mode.
Edited by Savatage79 - 4/19/17 at 6:01pm
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I received a good one also, I dont get the high clocks as everyone else but I can crank both the volts and power to max and play any game or any bench without a problem. Highest temp Ive seen is 71c with the core boosting to 1978 dropping to a minimum of 1941. That temp is with kryo but I think I put to much because no change in temps so will redo soon.

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make sure you did the spread method, not the pea. nice thin layer. It may be your temps are higher than ours b/c you may be the only one running at 1.093v with that slider at max.
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For anyone curious what the difference is between TXp and Ti on Ryzen.

Ti





TXp


that ryzen looks nice and you got a good one to get a strong 4.0 all core clock on a 1700. very nice, dude.
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Currently trying to figure out if i got a decent card. I ran unigine heaven to get 2025 but when i open up SuPo i get like 1960 ish
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Currently trying to figure out if i got a decent card. I ran unigine heaven to get 2025 but when i open up SuPo i get like 1960 ish
NCP settings effect SuPo scores. set it to off on almost everything and try again.

also, overclocked or no? I get between 10,250-10,460 with everything maxed out OC and NCP settings to off down the stack except for the obvious like using all 4 cores, etc.
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So I'm guessing I got a solid Aorus which is cool, ran Andromeda at 4k locked 60hz for a few hours and Temps maybe hit 70 once. I'm at 2025 in OC mode.

Overall I'm happy.. I wish Andromeda wasn't such a technical turdfest but still the gpu is nice and it's a shame to hear those who are having issues.

With that said I have my ftw3 still pre ordered and I have to at least see what the deal is with it when it drops, I been an evga guy forever so I can't cut them loose just yet.

What I absolutely love about the Aorus is 3 hdmi ports, I have 2 setups and need 2 hdmi as one is a Sony x800D for my monitor and the other my 4k projector. So it's nice since the dp to hdmi adapter I have doesn't push hdr, just 4k at 60hz...anyone know of one that pushes hdr also incase I somehow end up with the evga overall?

But this gpu definitely sweet, I don't think I won the silicon lottery with numbers but least its one that isn't crashing in OC mode.
that's good, man. I run at 2050 and mine is basically gold on these chips. You got a damn fine one. NOBODY is holding 2100+ without getting insanely lucky AND doing all kinds of modding and voltage locking, etc, so if you can A) not crash B) hold over 2000Mhz and C) run in the 60s on temps , well, THAT'A A WINNER. I don't blame you for giving that FTW3 it's day in court, though. Is a gorgeous card, too,.
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@slackaveli uhh whats ncp?
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NCP settings effect SuPo scores. set it to off on almost everything and try again.

also, overclocked or no? I get between 10,250-10,460 with everything maxed out OC and NCP settings to off down the stack except for the obvious like using all 4 cores, etc.
that's good, man. I run at 2050 and mine is basically gold on these chips. You got a damn fine one. NOBODY is holding 2100+ without getting insanely lucky AND doing all kinds of modding and voltage locking, etc, so if you can A) not crash B) hold over 2000Mhz and C) run in the 60s on temps , well, THAT'A A WINNER. I don't blame you for giving that FTW3 it's day in court, though. Is a gorgeous card, too,.

Currently have it set to 1743 and 11360 for memory. I dont really know much about ocing i just moved sliders and stuff according to what the forum pages said. and set my max power limit to 120% and my cpu set to 4.5ghz
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@slackaveli uhh whats ncp?
Nvidia Control Panel, sorry. Just right click on your desktop.

and by 1743, i assume you mean boost clock, which would be about 1633 i think, at any rate thats a healthy OC, if you can hold that you are good. Just go try your favorite games and see if you are getting more than enough FPS and not crashing.
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So, am I the ONLY one who got an Aorus who can start a run at 2100, and game at 2050+ down from there(2100) for hours and stay at 60c or less and not ever crash? How is my regular Aorus doing that and all your extremes and regulars are crashing all over the place? Here are my super stable settings' gpu-z readout.




I guess I won't really be recommending these with all these problems despite my good experience with it. Seems EVGA/Asus are the way to go.

Looks like ur the only one that won the sillicon lottery lol. Actually, after much pondering, all else being equal, if one can score a low leakage centre die chip then its a positive feedback effect because the stability of GP102 scales immensely every 5 degrees below 70 and the low leakage chips generate less heat to begin with.

Mine finally got 4k stable on 2050 (1.080mv) if the temps don't breach 60 degrees (courtesy of an intel HSF on the copper plate) but any higher is getting harder and harder to achieve because 2067 + 2075 (1.080/1.093) creeps the temperature towards 65 then stability becomes iffy.

The problem on Gigabyte's side seems to be QC. For the price point they want, the subtly cut corners in several places which is contributing to these issues:

1. Factory paste job seems extremely hit and miss, considering the stock paste is also crap. I went the full hog and used Conductonaut and the temps dropped by like 10 degrees.
2. Fan mounting tolerances, they didn't machine things to fine enough parameters leading to fans touching each other or insufficient frame padding leading to resonance at high fan speeds. If you have a look at my card, I padded the side near the HS + logo and the vibration issues completely resolved. IMHO, the centre fan mounting arms needs to be stiff aluminium instead of plastic.
3. GP102 die quality, I suspect Gigabyte got a discount batch from NVIDIA after all the decent dies were used for the FE editions. Gigabyte's bins seem low end-middling at best, they seem to be mostly high leakage units too which exacerbates problem 1.
4. Extremely poor quality control on the Aorus software + firmware

MSI were more conservative with their marketing and design but ultimately lead to a better card because the individual design points were simply better thought out and executed. ASUS has the QC and thoughtfulness exactly where the Aorus should be with the more aggressive Strix design but you pay a large premium for it (as it should be).

TLDR: I would still recommend the Aorus to friends if they're the handyman type to fix minor issues themselves, because the price/benefit is much better with Gigabyte than anyone else.
Edited by Dasboogieman - 4/19/17 at 6:34pm
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what should i disable? currently just set power settings to prefer max performance
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