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post #7651 of 7654 (permalink) Old 01-13-2020, 03:07 PM
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Still have my card, through it into my mITX build

Haven't felt the need to upgrade, lol

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post #7652 of 7654 (permalink) Old 01-14-2020, 07:42 AM
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Still have my card, through it into my mITX build

Haven't felt the need to upgrade, lol
That is what I hope this card does for me! If nothing else the idea that I'd have to get a new WB if I upgrade should be enough of a deterrent for now! I have a problem, but hopefully this card will keep my love to side-grade at bay!
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Man, this thread seems super dead! Guess those with TXP/TXps can upgrade more frequently!

Anyways, I got one of these cards recently as a side grade for a 1080ti and while it doesn't clock too well (never sure how good a 'good' clock is / how bad a 'bad' clock is). It tops out right around 2075/2088 on the core and 5500-5600 on the memory (under water). Card is a champ for 1440p144hz; will hopefully ride it until something that can handle 4K/120hz better.

Card is awesome and I have no complaints with it; hopefully I'll keep it longer than the myriad 1080ti's I've owned (which no joke, was way too many!).
Yeah, mine tops out around 2063/2075 on the core. I am 100% power limited, GPU never goes over ~45C.

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So, a couple of days ago I got my G12 and an Asetek OEM from eBay:



Dropped about ~40C on load temps, and now my boost clocks are limited by power only, hitting about 1850 with power @ 120%.
I still have to do some OC testing to see how far I can go now.

The AIO came with an incredible Nidec fan that pumps >140CFM @ 3300 RPM, but right now I'm controlling it via the mobo and it's running @ 10-15%, virtually silent.

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