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post #18031 of 18099 (permalink) Old 07-28-2019, 02:43 PM
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Wow. Congrats for +50%.
it was a SC ICX too so yeah i won the lottery on this, should be here friday.

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Just spent some more time tweaking a bit. New case has significantly better temps (I'm at 65 or so under load, stock profile) I cant get more than +75 core and +50 memory on my Strix 1080 Ti... Is 2025 Core/2778 Ram good or not.

Good news is it holds that speed a lot better due to better cooling

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Just spent some more time tweaking a bit. New case has significantly better temps (I'm at 65 or so under load, stock profile) I cant get more than +75 core and +50 memory on my Strix 1080 Ti... Is 2025 Core/2778 Ram good or not.

Good news is it holds that speed a lot better due to better cooling
It all seems to be silicon lotto and aftermarket / Custom-PCB cards don't seem to be any better/different than reference board cards in terms of normal overclocking (air and water cooling). Custom-PCB cards only seem to effect how far we can go on liquid nitrogen.

Some people have shown 2100 - 2150 Mhz core speed stable on reference PCB cards with good air cooling, and my card (EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition) is based on a reference board and only does 2026 Mhz, even with a large custom water loop and keeping the card < 40c even at full load. Some people have reported 2100 - 2175 Mhz with your strix card, or Custom-PCB cards.. and some people like you seem to only get 2025 Mhz out of yours. So it's all just a gamble.

What I have found with pascal cards though (1000 series from Nvidia) is that temps have the biggest impact on performance, way more than anything else, even more so than the design of the PCB. Aftermarket cards with big air coolers that can hold the temps down will overclock better (regardless of how the card's board is designed). I am confused a little on your memory speed though.. where are you getting that 2778 Mhz ram speed from? GPU-Z? What does afterburner say for your ram speed? The ram speed on these cards is reported differently in different programs and works on multipliers. My 1080 Ti runs with +700 Memory which results in 6210 Mhz for memory in afterburner, which is actually 12420 Mhz GDDR5x speed.
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multiply is 2778 by 2 ~+400 OC? can't remember mem base clock atm.

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Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
It all seems to be silicon lotto and aftermarket / Custom-PCB cards don't seem to be any better/different than reference board cards in terms of normal overclocking (air and water cooling). Custom-PCB cards only seem to effect how far we can go on liquid nitrogen.

Some people have shown 2100 - 2150 Mhz core speed stable on reference PCB cards with good air cooling, and my card (EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition) is based on a reference board and only does 2026 Mhz, even with a large custom water loop and keeping the card < 40c even at full load. Some people have reported 2100 - 2175 Mhz with your strix card, or Custom-PCB cards.. and some people like you seem to only get 2025 Mhz out of yours. So it's all just a gamble.

What I have found with pascal cards though (1000 series from Nvidia) is that temps have the biggest impact on performance, way more than anything else, even more so than the design of the PCB. Aftermarket cards with big air coolers that can hold the temps down will overclock better (regardless of how the card's board is designed). I am confused a little on your memory speed though.. where are you getting that 2778 Mhz ram speed from? GPU-Z? What does afterburner say for your ram speed? The ram speed on these cards is reported differently in different programs and works on multipliers. My 1080 Ti runs with +700 Memory which results in 6210 Mhz for memory in afterburner, which is actually 12420 Mhz GDDR5x speed.
Multiplying the 1389 that 3dmark was reporting by two, my bad

My memory offset was +50 or so on the pre-oc Strix

And yeah, i think i just didnt luck out on the silicon lottery slash mine just had no extra to give really. Oh well, its still plenty fast

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post #18037 of 18099 (permalink) Old 08-07-2019, 03:26 AM
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Multiplying the 1389 that 3dmark was reporting by two, my bad

My memory offset was +50 or so on the pre-oc Strix

And yeah, i think i just didnt luck out on the silicon lottery slash mine just had no extra to give really. Oh well, its still plenty fast
Try and crank the ram a lot more. My 1080 Ti takes +700 ram and 2025 Mhz core clock on stock bios & stock voltage on a reference board.
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Quote: Originally Posted by KenjiS View Post
https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/38304677?

Just spent some more time tweaking a bit. New case has significantly better temps (I'm at 65 or so under load, stock profile) I cant get more than +75 core and +50 memory on my Strix 1080 Ti... Is 2025 Core/2778 Ram good or not.

Good news is it holds that speed a lot better due to better cooling
https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/8048753/spy/6128431
I have the dual slot Galax 1080Ti EXOC at +136 core and +400 memory keeping temps below 65c.
Quoted you post and score for comparison . Check the poor little 7700k , lol
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I have the dual slot Galax 1080Ti EXOC at +136 core and +400 memory keeping temps below 65c.
Quoted you post and score for comparison . Check the poor little 7700k , lol
It's interesting to see the graphics score is mostly unchanged, just +2% GPU performance with the ryzen system. I wonder sometimes if upgrading to new stuff is even worth it.
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Hi,
As said this platform you get better results from gpu memory clocks
Reduce core clock from +130 and increase memory
Core dividers are +13 intervals
If +130 allows you to increase memory + reduce core a little more to +117 and increase memory more till you get closer to +700... memory is where all the gravy is at.

You should also be using curves for core clocks to reduce any droop.

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