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post #11601 of 11631 (permalink) Old 03-04-2019, 12:58 PM
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2100MHz on the core (+100MHz in afterburner) and 1325MHz on the RAM (+300mHz in afterburner. Yeah I didn’t think the RAM would matter but it appears it does on DDR3 platforms, can’t speak for the DDR4 ones.
I've been trying to break 19k overall and over 24k on the graphics score. Did overclocking your ram help mostly the graphics score? Or did it help combined and or physics as well? I've got g skill ripjaws 1866 but I can't seem to get above 2000mhz on all 32gb's. Any advice for getting a stable overclock on ram?

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I've been trying to break 19k overall and over 24k on the graphics score. Did overclocking your ram help mostly the graphics score? Or did it help combined and or physics as well? I've got g skill ripjaws 1866 but I can't seem to get above 2000mhz on all 32gb's. Any advice for getting a stable overclock on ram?
No effect on Graphics score (within margin of error), Physics score and combined score went up. For RAM overclocking it varies from platform to platform, on Z97 (Haswell and Broadwell) its all about System Agent Voltage, IOA, IOD, Cache Voltage and Input Voltage. For Z77 (Ivy Bridge) VTT and Northbridge voltage. But really I’d start with VTT if you have it on yours and Memory Controller voltage first before increasing DRAM voltage, 9 times out of 10 that will stabilize it, thing about it is too much voltage can make it just as unstable as too little voltage. If neither those voltages or DRAM voltage can do it then that just means your IMC just isn’t up to snuff for it.

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No effect on Graphics score (within margin of error), Physics score and combined score went up. For RAM overclocking it varies from platform to platform, on Z97 (Haswell and Broadwell) its all about System Agent Voltage, IOA, IOD, Cache Voltage and Input Voltage. For Z77 (Ivy Bridge) VTT and Northbridge voltage. But really I’d start with VTT if you have it on yours and Memory Controller voltage first before increasing DRAM voltage, 9 times out of 10 that will stabilize it, thing about it is too much voltage can make it just as unstable as too little voltage. If neither those voltages or DRAM voltage can do it then that just means your IMC just isn’t up to snuff for it.
After all my reading and research it does seem most the 1080 cards clock about the same BUT Pascal is all about temps and keeping the card cool to get the most consistent speeds. Now I am trying to think of ways to keep my card cooler outside of putting it under water. I've thought about re pasting it with some kryonaut since it seems that the liquid metal is out of the question. I've even thought about making one of these diy ac units ive seen tutorials for on the internet and have it just blow into my case. I live in a very dry climate so I can get away doing it without any condensation collecting inside the case.

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After all my reading and research it does seem most the 1080 cards clock about the same BUT Pascal is all about temps and keeping the card cool to get the most consistent speeds. Now I am trying to think of ways to keep my card cooler outside of putting it under water. I've thought about re pasting it with some kryonaut since it seems that the liquid metal is out of the question. I've even thought about making one of these diy ac units ive seen tutorials for on the internet and have it just blow into my case. I live in a very dry climate so I can get away doing it without any condensation collecting inside the case.
Or you could go the Kraken G10/12 + AIO route, did that with my 290X and went from 88C to 52C at stock speeds and voltages, 62C with a modified LN2 BIOS.

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Or you could go the Kraken G10/12 + AIO route, did that with my 290X and went from 88C to 52C at stock speeds and voltages, 62C with a modified LN2 BIOS.
I thought of that for sure. The only issue would be space in my case. I've currently got a h115i corsair aio for my cpu and the rad is mounted to the top of the case and the front part of my has all the hard drive bay slots.

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So as I was saying Ive got a corsair h115i mounted to the top of my case for the cpu. Do you guys have any idea where I might be able to mount a rad for cooling my gpu via the aio method? Here's my case.
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Put the rad in the bottom, use both rads as intakes and use the factory exhaust = best thermals
Though I'd probably build an AliExpress loop with copper rads and a D5 first. Or simply sell the 1080 and upgrade to a 1080ti for about the same as it would cost to buy the CLC and the mounting thing.

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Put the rad in the bottom, use both rads as intakes and use the factory exhaust = best thermals
Though I'd probably build an AliExpress loop with copper rads and a D5 first. Or simply sell the 1080 and upgrade to a 1080ti for about the same as it would cost to buy the CLC and the mounting thing.
I thought about that but where do I put the power supply if I mount the rad on the bottom?

Also I thought about the 1080 ti thing but I think it’s a little more expensive. You can get a Corsair h50 for around 30$ on eBay and then the kraken g12 for 30$ or go with the older g10 and it’s even cheaper. I saw one on eBay for 15$. I think the average 1080 ti is still going like 550$

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Oh yeah I guess if you're buying used it's not that bad.

In front of the PSU. You can't relocate the drives to the optical bay? Is there no fan mount there?


If you can't do that you can just use the exhaust mount. Running all positive pressure isn't a bad thing unless there's barely anywhere for it to get out.

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Oh yeah I guess if you're buying used it's not that bad.

In front of the PSU. You can't relocate the drives to the optical bay? Is there no fan mount there?


If you can't do that you can just use the exhaust mount. Running all positive pressure isn't a bad thing unless there's barely anywhere for it to get out.
Oh yeah, I guess I could do that on that bottom mount fan area. I always forget about it cause it's where I have all the wires coming from my psu tucked away lol. I totally get what you're saying about spending money on something like that for the 1080. I just figured it could be a good investment long term because I will be able to use it on the 1080 ti as well. Funny enough I am keeping my eye out for the perfect 1080 ti price and I will probably jump on it BUT, until the price is right I am pretty happy with the 1080 so I figure why not keep it cooler haha. I'd love to snag a evga sc2 1080 ti for like 450$ but it's probably wishful thinking(at least right now anyways)

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