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So far from what I've read on this thread and reddit etc, it seems the regular Aorus has less issues compared to the extreme. However, it may be attributed to the lesser sample size of regular Aorus userbase.

Will be putting in my regular Aorus tomorrow, testing & re-pasting. Hope I have the same good luck as you
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Maybe I got lucky with my thermal paste job, im boosting around 2037-2000Mhz with no volts too on +35 core and +400mem.

Maybe because I was one of the first to get the 1080 Ti, I got it directly from Gigabyte/Aorus facebook fan page. They allocated 10 Xtremes, 10 Aorus and 10 G1's for preorder with exclusive swag and shipping before even Newegg got their supply of Aorus cards.
you know, you probably did get a super binned one.
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you know, you probably did get a super binned one.

Maybe I should probably check it's boundaries again. Because when I got it I couldn't go past 2050MHz with a custom voltage curve. And my drivers crashed with any sort of overclock on PU Battlegrounds.

Now after my fresh Win10 install my card just boosts fine on PU Battlegrounds and haven't had a single crash now.
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Got my 2nd Xtreme after RMAing the dead one a couple of weeks ago. Tested it for several hours; no artifacting like the last one before it died. And no coil whine.

I used MSI Afterburner to raise the power limit to 125%. Not yet adjusted the core/memory clocks. According to HWin064 the GPU clock had a max of 2037 mhz while i was testing it.

I guess there is little room to OC it then?
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Looks like a good card. Even in its current state I would be happy with it. Boosting over 2ghz out of the box is a good thing.

Hey can someone tell me what the go is with the voltage curve. I found that bumping the core voltage +100% produces pretty much the exact curve that the tutorial says to create.. Where 1.093v is at 2101...

So don't really see the value in it. At least not for what the curve is auto generating for the xtreme at max volts?
Edited by Douse - 5/1/17 at 4:25pm
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the value is in adjusting the "subvoltages" frequencies , just for piece of mind. say after you warm up you drop to 1974 . you can go to that voltage point and bump that particular bin to 2000 and then when in a like situation it will hold 2000.

It's other use is for undervolting. no way to do that w/o the curve.
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So this thread has me a little worried now, my card just arrived and is waiting for me at home now. What benchmarks/stress tests do people suggest being run? I don't mind not having the best of the best card, but stability at advertised speeds is a must.

EDIT: Lurker for many years, but registered account an account nearly 2 years ago.... and this was my first post! biggrin.gif

Welcome. Let us know how it goes. I wouldn't be to worried. You generally read more about people with issues than those who are happy with their cards because they don't bother posting anything.

DisposableHero gave some great options, but I would really avoid Furmark. Not a true real world test and I have heard of it causing damage to some GPU's because it pushes them past specifications. This was with AMD cards (hot as hell anyway) and may not be the same with GPU Boost 3.0 but I would still personally avoid it. 4k Super Position, Unigen Heaven and 3DMark Timespy are my go to tests/benches.
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the value is in adjusting the "subvoltages" frequencies , just for piece of mind. say after you warm up you drop to 1974 . you can go to that voltage point and bump that particular bin to 2000 and then when in a like situation it will hold 2000.

It's other use is for undervolting. no way to do that w/o the curve.

Yeah ok, I might leave it. Lol every time I go to tweak something on my card it already is optimal thumb.gif Not used to being this hands off hahaha
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Hey Guys,

I have been following this thread since I got my Aorus and you guys are really a helpful bunch.
I am on the Gigabyte Aorus Extreme version and Slackaveli, you have been really awesome.
I used your fan curve in the previous posts and I am getting extremely good results based on this.
Guys, running your fan with a good fan curve allows you to have a sustained boost at high clocks which I have observed.

My core is stable in games but my memory overclock seems to be very bad in some games. I can bench but games like Battlefront throws me out after a while so I run no memory overclock in all games.

F3 Bios : (No Voltage) +22 Core / +200 Memory

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I updated to the F4 bios even though I had no issues with stability on F3 and I realise that stock to stock, the GPU Boost is alot less aggressive. It runs slightly cooler too probably due to a lower base (everything on stock). You will only boost high 1,800Mhz low 1,900s with everything stock (including Power and Thermal Limit) compared to the F3 Bios which boosted over 2,000Mhz. So what I did was use Slackaveli fan curve and set my Power Limit to 125% and Thermal Limit to 87 Degrees with no overclocks, and I get 2,037.5Mhz GPU Boost with a maximum temperature of around 60-62 Degrees maximum in my airconditioned room. This is PERFECT for gaming with full stability as I have played Battlefront 3 hours straight with no crashes. Frostbite engines are very sensitive to overclocks. Singapore is tropical weather so I have to run the air-conditioner to get these temps. I am thinking of re-pastingmy card but for sure my warranty is voided but I may do it sooner as I realize thermals is so important on these cards.

F4 Bios : (No Voltage) +22 Core / +200 Memory

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I also benchmarked on Timespy and I got around the same as the F3 Bios with 125% Power Limit and 91 Degrees Thermal limit. F4 Bios you can max out at 150% which is eventually the same as the F3 running at 125%. The F4 bios seems to allow clocks holding for longer before they drop if you have a good chip. Slackaveli and some of the others may have been much luckier with better binned chips to allow them to hit higher. I have not tried with more voltage and I would only try it once I re-paste my TIM as the thermals are way too sensitive with respect to clockspeed.

My setup is with a 120mm Static Pressure fan from Corsair and I seem to drop about 3 degrees having it over the rear copper plate which helps as well.

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what happened to the thread? missing a bunch of posts.
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I added a post but it got deleted. frown.gif

I saw your post. You are not going crazy...
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