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Is your cpu overclocked? I had the same problem with blackscreen and crashes and had to downclock my 5820k from 4.4 to 4.3Ghz.
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Originally Posted by AJ Riddle View Post

Okay, so I got my Aorus Xtreme 1080ti today and have been struggling for the past 4 hours to figure out whats wrong, but I assume my card needs to be RMA'd.

If I run it at the stock OC clock speeds than my games all crash and 3dmark benchmarks crash and freeze 10 to 60 seconds into it. Sometimes it causes PC to freeze with artifacts on the screen.

After troubleshooting on reddit they though the card might not be getting enough power, but I have a Seasonic SS660xp2 which is a 660w Platinum+ high end PSU and my rig should only require about 500w.

Anyway, when I underclock the card by putting it on Aorus software's silent mode it seems to run fine, but on normal/gaming/OC mode it crashes games.

Do I send it back to Newegg? RMA it to Gigabyte? Or is it my PCs fault?

Is your cpu overclocked? I had the same problem with blackscreen and crashes and had to downclock my 5820k from 4.4 to 4.3Ghz.
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I have the same problem, only work in silent mod....... so is the card or ?
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Is your cpu overclocked? I had the same problem with blackscreen and crashes and had to downclock my 5820k from 4.4 to 4.3Ghz.

Nope, have a 4770k running at stock 3.5ghz.
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Seems so far that temps on those are quite hight. Without any OC on stock nobody should go pass 69 C. At least that what STRIX was doing.

Also try first to OC your card (max PL only) without increasing Voltage. See how much you can get there first.

Thing about this cards is that often higher voltage and clocks result in lower performance than lower volts and clocks.
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Edited by Slackaveli - 4/13/17 at 4:39pm
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Originally Posted by AJ Riddle View Post

Okay, so I got my Aorus Xtreme 1080ti today and have been struggling for the past 4 hours to figure out whats wrong, but I assume my card needs to be RMA'd.

If I run it at the stock OC clock speeds than my games all crash and 3dmark benchmarks crash and freeze 10 to 60 seconds into it. Sometimes it causes PC to freeze with artifacts on the screen.

After troubleshooting on reddit they though the card might not be getting enough power, but I have a Seasonic SS660xp2 which is a 660w Platinum+ high end PSU and my rig should only require about 500w.

Anyway, when I underclock the card by putting it on Aorus software's silent mode it seems to run fine, but on normal/gaming/OC mode it crashes games.

Do I send it back to Newegg? RMA it to Gigabyte? Or is it my PCs fault?
dang, sounds like yours shouldn't have been binned as an extreme to me, I woul;d RMA that one. You'll end up regretting if you dont and most everybody is blown away by the perf on these so something isn't right at all. Maybe take the turnaround time to sell that psu and grab an evga 850 gold or 1000 gold and just be sure on it. Probably won't cost you more than ~$30 if you sell the 650 platty.
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same here... but how you put it in normal gaming etc ? cause is locked only user i can select
i had same prob with Aorus software, only manual worked, none of the presets select. But manual is better anyway, just do it in afterburner though.
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i only use ddu, i try latest drivers and older driver same result.... also my PSU is seasonic s12ii-620 bronze
im baffled. you may need better than that psu, but almost everytime someone says "it's probably your psu" it never is, so i hesitate to blame it.
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Seems so far that temps on those are quite hight. Without any OC on stock nobody should go pass 69 C. At least that what STRIX was doing.

Also try first to OC your card (max PL only) without increasing Voltage. See how much you can get there first.

Thing about this cards is that often higher voltage and clocks result in lower performance than lower volts and clocks.
at stock fans they are about 70c, but the fan on aggro is crazy good. It's damn near silent and I game at 57c with it on aggro curve (although 5c can be attributed to Thermal Grizz Kyro).
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I have the same problem, only work in silent mod....... so is the card or ?
uninstall that crap and use afterburner. Remember that you are already at +89 over stock and may not be able to hold much more than that. Just add +25 at a time until you find your "crash" number, then back it down 13mhz. Usually that will hold. DONT add voltage.



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Originally Posted by AJ Riddle View Post

Okay, so I got my Aorus Xtreme 1080ti today and have been struggling for the past 4 hours to figure out whats wrong, but I assume my card needs to be RMA'd.

If I run it at the stock OC clock speeds than my games all crash and 3dmark benchmarks crash and freeze 10 to 60 seconds into it. Sometimes it causes PC to freeze with artifacts on the screen.

After troubleshooting on reddit they though the card might not be getting enough power, but I have a Seasonic SS660xp2 which is a 660w Platinum+ high end PSU and my rig should only require about 500w.

Anyway, when I underclock the card by putting it on Aorus software's silent mode it seems to run fine, but on normal/gaming/OC mode it crashes games.

Do I send it back to Newegg? RMA it to Gigabyte? Or is it my PCs fault?


same here , I cannot run it in overclock mode, it crashes or locks up. Its fine in default mode. The highest I can get out of it its 1987 with maximum voltage. Seems very stable. Looks like chips that should not have been used in xtreme editions, not clocking well enough. My FE asus was overclocking better, just too noisy (2050). Marginal performance increase but still broke 2k mark
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dang, sounds like yours shouldn't have been binned as an extreme to me, I woul;d RMA that one. You'll end up regretting if you dont and most everybody is blown away by the perf on these so something isn't right at all. Maybe take the turnaround time to sell that psu and grab an evga 850 gold or 1000 gold and just be sure on it. Probably won't cost you more than ~$30 if you sell the 650 platty.

I can see from my battery backup (its a CyberPower Pure Sinewave UPS - can output 900w) that when I have the core clock set to 1600 and memory to 11010 I am only pulling out 500w max, and that is including my 2 1440p IPS monitors! I can also see it by % of max output and it only ever gets up to about 55%.

I'm really thinking its the GPU and not my PSU, especially since a 1080ti doesn't really draw that much more power than a 1070 that was overclocked and this is a really high-end PSU I have now.
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