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post #17811 of 18127 (permalink) Old 03-08-2019, 05:01 PM
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Hi friends. I know I am late to the game but I just picked up a 1080 ti. I know pascal is pretty locked down. Anyone have any tips/tricks on how to squeeze as much performance as possible out of these cards?

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Hi friends. I know I am late to the game but I just picked up a 1080 ti. I know pascal is pretty locked down. Anyone have any tips/tricks on how to squeeze as much performance as possible out of these cards?
XOC Bios if you can cool it under 50C.

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See my cons in the post above. Anything that causes a video card to be more than 2.5 slots wide negates any possible benefit you might have from extra fans.

If you're in an ITX case or going SLI, yeah, but the vast majority of people aren't.

The Morpheus II is most definitely worthwhile on modern cards too.


If you can get 50c load temps on a stock cooler then you live in an igloo
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XOC Bios if you can cool it under 50C.
Okay thats good to know thank you. I was actually thinking about getting an AIO + a kraken g12 bracket. Think that would keep it under 50c? I've never done water cooling with a gpu before, only cpu.

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Okay thats good to know thank you. I was actually thinking about getting an AIO + a kraken g12 bracket. Think that would keep it under 50c? I've never done water cooling with a gpu before, only cpu.
I have a big 4-radiator custom water loop to keep my 1080 Ti < 50c, but I do have a cpu and motherboard looped into it too.
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Quote: Originally Posted by doom3crazy View Post
Okay thats good to know thank you. I was actually thinking about getting an AIO + a kraken g12 bracket. Think that would keep it under 50c? I've never done water cooling with a gpu before, only cpu.

AIO on the XOC BIOS never a good idea as the memory and VRM's are still air cooled. Full waterblock and backplate highly recommended.

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AIO on the XOC BIOS never a good idea as the memory and VRM's are still air cooled. Full waterblock and backplate highly recommended.
I'll second this. XOC bios on a 1080 Ti should be full-cover custom water loop only and probably I would say at least a 240mm radiator just for for gpu bare minimum. At one point in the the past I had tried to run my 1080 Ti with XOC Bios on a single 140mm radiator and it ran as hot as or hotter than air cooling, around 70-75c in firestrike.
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If you're in an ITX case or going SLI, yeah, but the vast majority of people aren't.

The Morpheus II is most definitely worthwhile on modern cards too.

If you can get 50c load temps on a stock cooler then you live in an igloo
The Morpheus II is impressive and that graph only includes 2000 RPM fans too. I'd be running 3000+ RPM fans if I had one.
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Okay thats good to know thank you. I was actually thinking about getting an AIO + a kraken g12 bracket. Think that would keep it under 50c? I've never done water cooling with a gpu before, only cpu.

AIO on the XOC BIOS never a good idea as the memory and VRM's are still air cooled. Full waterblock and backplate highly recommended.
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AIO on the XOC BIOS never a good idea as the memory and VRM's are still air cooled. Full waterblock and backplate highly recommended.
I'll second this. XOC bios on a 1080 Ti should be full-cover custom water loop only and probably I would say at least a 240mm radiator just for for gpu bare minimum. At one point in the the past I had tried to run my 1080 Ti with XOC Bios on a single 140mm radiator and it ran as hot as or hotter than air cooling, around 70-75c in firestrike.
Thank you for saving me the headache and whatnot. Perhaps for now I’ll just get an aio to keep the gpu cool and keep boost clocks up as high as possible.

Before this I was running a MSi 980 ti with a custom bios at 1526mhz on the core. It was a beast but I know pascal is locked down. Does the xoc bios give you voltage and power control ? Or just one of those ?

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Does the xoc bios give you voltage and power control ? Or just one of those ?
XOC BIOS has no power limit so there is nothing to control in terms of power. Voltage can be set up to 1.2V.
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