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post #18061 of 18109 (permalink) Old 08-27-2019, 12:23 AM
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Does anyone know the stock thermal pad size for the air cooler?

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Does anyone know the stock thermal pad size for the air cooler?
For the Nvidia Founder's Edition or.. which card exactly?
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For the Nvidia Founder's Edition or.. which card exactly?

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Hi guys! I'm new here, can anyone help me?

I got a Zotac gtx 1080ti 11gb amp edition , my msi burner oc setup is
120% Powerlimit
+50 Core Clock Mhz
+335 Memory Clock Mhz
Fan Speed 70%

I tried putting core clock to 60,70,90,100,120 but PC freezes after 3/4 minutes sometimes seconds when i use kombustor 90-93% GPU usage all the time.
same scenario at memory clock 350-500 it freezes

Temperature stays at 45+ , 75-83% heavy load when using kombustor in 15minutes run time.

Hope this info helps you to get the fix for this
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Hi guys! I'm new here, can anyone help me?

I got a Zotac gtx 1080ti 11gb amp edition , my msi burner oc setup is
120% Powerlimit
+50 Core Clock Mhz
+335 Memory Clock Mhz
Fan Speed 70%

I tried putting core clock to 60,70,90,100,120 but PC freezes after 3/4 minutes sometimes seconds when i use kombustor 90-93% GPU usage all the time.
same scenario at memory clock 350-500 it freezes

Temperature stays at 45+ , 75-83% heavy load when using kombustor in 15minutes run time.

Hope this info helps you to get the fix for this
Instead of telling us the offsets, could you please tell us the actual core Mhz the card is running at? With how nvidia boost works we have no idea what your card is doing when you tell us +60 or +100 Mhz. That could have your card running at 2100 mhz or 1800 mhz depending on your setup. Instead we need to know the actual Mhz speed.

That aside, do look at the tempatures of your card. If you're hitting 85c and the clock speed is being reduced then you're already at the limit of the card's cooling and probably are not going to be able to overclock anything at all.
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post #18067 of 18109 (permalink) Old 09-25-2019, 02:06 AM
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Instead of telling us the offsets, could you please tell us the actual core Mhz the card is running at? With how nvidia boost works we have no idea what your card is doing when you tell us +60 or +100 Mhz. That could have your card running at 2100 mhz or 1800 mhz depending on your setup. Instead we need to know the actual Mhz speed.

That aside, do look at the tempatures of your card. If you're hitting 85c and the clock speed is being reduced then you're already at the limit of the card's cooling and probably are not going to be able to overclock anything at all.
Max core clock is 1933-1980mhz @ 93-97% GPU load
Max memory clock is 5833 mhz

I only reached 83 degrees since I turned off my aircon in my room.
with Aircon on, I'm getting 70ish+ degrees @ max GPU load.
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It's been years since I overclocked my system (GTX 670 era) and I now have the time to dive into this again but don't know where to start. Is there some sort of a guide in overclocking the EVGA GTX 1080Ti with an ASUS Maximus X Code board? I have a custom watercooling loop with this system.

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Max core clock is 1933-1980mhz @ 93-97% GPU load
Max memory clock is 5833 mhz

I only reached 83 degrees since I turned off my aircon in my room.
with Aircon on, I'm getting 70ish+ degrees @ max GPU load.
That sounds to be about the typical maximum stable overclock range for a air cooled 1080 Ti from my personal experience. These cards are based on temperature more than anything else. If you can get the core temps down -15 degrees some how that may let you overclock more.

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It's been years since I overclocked my system (GTX 670 era) and I now have the time to dive into this again but don't know where to start. Is there some sort of a guide in overclocking the EVGA GTX 1080Ti with an ASUS Maximus X Code board? I have a custom watercooling loop with this system.
Is your 1080 Ti in the loop?
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That sounds to be about the typical maximum stable overclock range for a air cooled 1080 Ti from my personal experience. These cards are based on temperature more than anything else. If you can get the core temps down -15 degrees some how that may let you overclock more.



Is your 1080 Ti in the loop?
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