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Well I wasn't happy with my non-Extreme Aorus 1080 Ti always hovering in the 70-80F range, and the big plastic hump with the Aorus logo stuck out too much and prevented my case cover from going on (Corsair Air 240), so off came the fan shroud. I re-pasted with MX-4, and ziptied a couple 120mm Gentle Typhoon 1850RPM fans to the heatsink. Now with fans spinning low enough to be silent I get Temps in the mid 50s full load.

Really didn't feel like returning and dealing with Newegg's restocking, but longterm want a cheap AIO liquid cooling mount for this. Will keep my eyes open but for now temps are much more manageable. I think the factory fans suck.

Can you post a pic of that setup?
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Well I wasn't happy with my non-Extreme Aorus 1080 Ti always hovering in the 70-80F range, and the big plastic hump with the Aorus logo stuck out too much and prevented my case cover from closing (Corsair Air 240), so off came the fan shroud. I re-pasted with MX-4, and ziptied a couple 120mm Gentle Typhoon 1850RPM fans to the heatsink. Now with fans spinning low enough to be silent I get Temps in the mid 50s full load.

Really didn't feel like returning and dealing with Newegg's restocking, but longterm I want a cheap AIO liquid cooling mount for this. Will keep my eyes open but for now temps are much more manageable, and the overall profile is smaller - win/win. Now I'm just questioning what I really gained over a FE card.
well, you'd never get an FE in the 50s, for one. I did grizz repaste and 100% fans on my old one and it was in the 60s. so, you gained 12c, and a quieter profile, and mine is 100Mhz better on the core, but my FE was a dog. And you only paid $20 extra for a far better cooler and pcb, as well as rgb. Hell, RGB alone is a $20+ premium even on keyboards and mice.

all i did on the aorus was drop two 100mm x50mm x 25mm finned heatsinks with a fan pointed at them close range on the copper plate and over the vrms on the plate and put thermal grizz kryo on the core and it games in the 50's. benches in the high 40's with the window open.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/23/17 at 9:20pm
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Hello,

I have the same problem, only "silent graphic mode" work saflely... (GPU 1825 HMZ maxi and temp and fan Ok only in "auto"
have you tried the other BIOS or tried using MSI Afterburner instead of the Aorus software?
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Here is reviews breakdown:

Hexus review - 71C max Temp

Guru3d review 71C Max Temp

Tech Power Up review 71C Max Temp

Also, stange thing with Aorus Xtreme. Having lower fps in same tests than lowered clocked MSI and ASUS STRIX cards. Can anyone explain how is that possible:


Margin of error, they could have been using a different mobo, cpu and even its these the same kind it could have been abother cpu and mobo.
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Margin of error, they could have been using a different mobo, cpu and even its these the same kind it could have been abother cpu and mobo.
it's like people just refuse to understand that 1900-2100 is ALL LOTTERY, not brand. I can show you every brand with a dog and a golden. Hell, i see people with aorus extremes saying they have to run "silent" mode, and here I am on a REGULAR ole Aorus and I get 2088. go figure. It's lottery 90%, and 10% cooling/tweaking ability.
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Hello guys. i have the 1080ti extreme edition. I set the power limit to 125% (max). I did not touch anything else (with the aorus software from gigabyte) , and also a fan curve , my temps don't get higher than 66. Boost mode reaches somewhere between 1980-2030- even 2080.But it kind of stays at around 2000 most of times. I played shadow warrior 2 , residnet evil 7 , no problems. But i got some problems in Mafia 3 , artefacts i may say , like triangles black white , big ones . not all the time , from time to time. But i read on the forums , a lot of people are compaining about this game , that it's a problem with the game?glitches?
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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

Here is reviews breakdown:

Hexus review - 71C max Temp

Guru3d review 71C Max Temp

Tech Power Up review 71C Max Temp

Also, stange thing with Aorus Xtreme. Having lower fps in same tests than lowered clocked MSI and ASUS STRIX cards. Can anyone explain how is that possible:


It's still needs checking by users of both cards, but I've seen user comments that for example Strix 1080 ti shows lower power limit consumption (in %) comparing to Aorus Xtreme at the same clocks/game situations, although Aorus max TDP on paper is higher (375W).

So maybe Aorus has some additional power limitations in bios which prevent keeping max clocks under max power limit, and as a result has lower fps.
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It's still needs checking by users of both cards, but I've seen user comments that for example Strix 1080 ti shows lower power limit consumption (in %) comparing to Aorus Xtreme at the same clocks/game situations, although Aorus max TDP on paper is higher (375W).

So maybe Aorus has some additional power limitations in bios which prevent keeping max clocks under max power limit, and as a result has lower fps.

Actually pretty easy to explain. The ASUS card uses a much more efficient 5 (with doublers) VRM arrangement with extremely high efficiency DrMOS MOSFETs vs the 3 (with quadrupler) setup the Aorus has with Fairchild semiconductor units. The ASUS card gets a double win because not only does the VRMs lose less power due to sheer switching efficiency but are less likely to lose efficiency due to heat output. Assuming similar voltage and clocks, this alone can account for 15-20W (maybe even more at hotter temps at the VRM area).
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I received my Aorus Xtreme last week and I'm going to install it and test it tonight. My plan is to flash the latest F3 BIOS, set the fans to 100%, set the power limit to max and see how high the card clocks without changing anything else. Sounds like a good plan? Haven't run a card on air in years, hopefully it'll be worthy of getting a waterblock otherwise I'm switching cards lol!
    
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