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I can push further but the evga aio can't handle the beast
Going for custom loop for sure

What are you guys using to "stress test" that these clocks are stable?
 
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post #452 of 1693
I'll be using bf1 won't have card till tuesday.

I can bench till blue in face not till I play that game really shows stability.
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Lol 53c hybrid is handling it just fine. you lost maybe 20mhz at 53c that equals to nothing in performance gains.
Also what is up with your pefcap.
Don't know might be driver issue I need to recheck
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Moving cursor over lines will tell you.
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Moving cursor over lines will tell you.
Util ?
post #456 of 1693
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I can push further but the evga aio can't handle the beast
Going for custom loop for sure

What Evga cooler is this?
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What Evga cooler is this?
Gtx 1080 hybrid cooler
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I can push further but the evga aio can't handle the beast
Going for custom loop for sure

Man, I hope you guys know that you're hitting some pretty bad power limits, it might even be hurting your performance.

Look at your perf cap. Every time you see a color you're being limited. Even though you're on 2113.5, you're being crippled because there's no power to let that core truly push itself.

I have done tons of benchmarking this week and I've learned quite a bit with my 1080 Ti.

2100 Mhz @ 1.075V constant meant nothing in benchmarks, and I had to figure out why. I then realized I was getting the **** kicked out of me by power limiting. 2100 Mhz didn't perform "that" much better than 2088 Mhz and 2075 Mhz. Sure, I would for a second in a easy scene to pass through heaven get a pretty nice max FPS, but overally average FPS wasn't that good.

In reality, 2100 Mhz @ 1.075 = 2088 Mhz @ 1.050.

At 2088 Mhz @ 1.050, I was hitting no performance caps at all. This is Witcher 3 maxed out with unlimited frames and hairworks, one of the most demanding power hungry games. It's a great game to test your power limits.

I'm just letting you guys know that if you're seeing a lot of perf cap (Orange, Green, Blue, etc), then you're gameplay isn't going to be smooth. You're going to have some stuttering here and there.

The goal, gentlemen, with Pascal, you want a nice empty perf cap.

The true benchmark is low voltage and highest cores with no perf cap. That's what we should be praising here.


Clocks mean nothing anymore on Pascal. I can run a benchmark and lock it with Shift+L at 2130 Mhz on my core at 1.092V, but it doesn't mean it's performing at that rate when the whole perf cap is solid green!
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/9/17 at 1:22pm
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Man, I hope you guys know that you're hitting some pretty bad power limits, it might even be hurting your performance.

Look at your perf cap. Every time you see a color you're being limited. Even though you're on 2113.5, you're being crippled because there's no power to let that core truly push itself.

I have done tons of benchmarking this week and I've learned quite a bit with my 1080 Ti.

2100 Mhz @ 1.075V constant meant nothing in benchmarks, and I had to figure out why. I then realized I was getting the **** kicked out of me by power limiting. 2100 Mhz didn't perform "that" much better than 2088 Mhz and 2075 Mhz. Sure, I would for a second in a easy scene to pass through heaven get a pretty nice max FPS, but overally average FPS wasn't that good.

In reality, 2100 Mhz @ 1.075 = 2088 Mhz @ 1.050.

At 2088 Mhz @ 1.050, I was hitting no performance caps at all. This is Witcher 3 maxed out with unlimited frames and hairworks, one of the most demanding power hungry games. It's a great game to test your power limits.

I'm just letting you guys know that if you're seeing a lot of perf cap (Orange, Green, Blue, etc), then you're gameplay isn't going to be smooth. You're going to have some stuttering here and there.

The goal, gentlemen, with Pascal, you want a nice empty perf cap.

The true benchmark is low voltage and highest cores with no perf cap. That's what we should be praising here.


Clocks mean nothing anymore on Pascal. I can run a benchmark and lock it with Shift+L at 2130 Mhz on my core at 1.092V, but it doesn't mean it's performing at that rate when the whole perf cap is solid green!

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Man, I hope you guys know that you're hitting some pretty bad power limits, it might even be hurting your performance.

Look at your perf cap. Every time you see a color you're being limited. Even though you're on 2113.5, you're being crippled because there's no power to let that core truly push itself.

I have done tons of benchmarking this week and I've learned quite a bit with my 1080 Ti.

2100 Mhz @ 1.075V constant meant nothing in benchmarks, and I had to figure out why. I then realized I was getting the **** kicked out of me by power limiting. 2100 Mhz didn't perform "that" much better than 2088 Mhz and 2075 Mhz. Sure, I would for a second in a easy scene to pass through heaven get a pretty nice max FPS, but overally average FPS wasn't that good.

In reality, 2100 Mhz @ 1.075 = 2088 Mhz @ 1.050.

At 2088 Mhz @ 1.050, I was hitting no performance caps at all. This is Witcher 3 maxed out with unlimited frames and hairworks, one of the most demanding power hungry games. It's a great game to test your power limits.

I'm just letting you guys know that if you're seeing a lot of perf cap (Orange, Green, Blue, etc), then you're gameplay isn't going to be smooth. You're going to have some stuttering here and there.

The goal, gentlemen, with Pascal, you want a nice empty perf cap.

The true benchmark is low voltage and highest cores with no perf cap. That's what we should be praising here.


Clocks mean nothing anymore on Pascal. I can run a benchmark and lock it with Shift+L at 2130 Mhz on my core at 1.092V, but it doesn't mean it's performing at that rate when the whole perf cap is solid green!


not played witcher but have you played crysis 3 biggrin.gif

im 100% sure that will pull more watts than anything from CPU/GPU lol

yes my titan did last crysis 3 but only because it was shunt modded

imo this Xp needs the shunt mod more than the XP.. looking at owners graphs the power limit is getting hit and is out of control!

but its risky considering this is a 1.2k card..but I believe its what it truly needs.. shame really rolleyes.gif
Edited by Asus11 - 4/9/17 at 3:30pm
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