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08-22-2019 05:00 AM
philhalo66
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
Maybe your card needs repasting and it's overheating and throttling it's self? The 1080 Ti's are 2 years old now. That's about long enough to replace the TIM in most video cards.


You need to tell us what your actual core Mhz is that your card is reaching when you play games, -NOT- the offset from afterburner. And I'm referring to what the card sits at when gaming after a few minutes, not the initial peak clocks when you first start the game. After you play games a while and the card heats up it will drop it's clocks to an average core Mhz. By the way: +60 Mhz means absolutely nothing. The resulting core Mhz from +60 Mhz will be completely different for every single 1080 Ti Owner. Remember these cards use Nvidia Boost 3.0, they are already self-overclocking before you even touch afterburner. 1800 - 1900 mhz core clock is pretty standard for an air cooled 1080 Ti.
Sorry, im not used to talking about offsets and what not, with the OC it stays at 2000MHz pretty much solid with short dips to 1987Mhz im not sure why it jumps like that my 1080 never did that, it stayed at 2088 solid never moving unless it got really hot.
08-22-2019 04:12 AM
eeroo94
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
Maybe your card needs repasting and it's overheating and throttling it's self? The 1080 Ti's are 2 years old now. That's about long enough to replace the TIM in most video cards.

Nah, my temps are fine below 50c. If someone could run Fire Strike and post screenshot from this graph for comparison, it seem that my GPU usage during the 2nd test never goes above 95% and can drop as low as 93%.

08-22-2019 03:40 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by eeroo94 View Post
9900k, I have all the power settings on max performance.

Here is my result from Fire Strike, I should be getting upwards of 31k graphics score with these clocks.

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/38738397

For comparison my Time Spy score seems perfectly in line with others.

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/38738254
Maybe your card needs repasting and it's overheating and throttling it's self? The 1080 Ti's are 2 years old now. That's about long enough to replace the TIM in most video cards.

Quote: Originally Posted by philhalo66 View Post
what would be an average oc on these cards? i cant seem to get more than 60MHz even with more voltage added.
You need to tell us what your actual core Mhz is that your card is reaching when you play games, -NOT- the offset from afterburner. And I'm referring to what the card sits at when gaming after a few minutes, not the initial peak clocks when you first start the game. After you play games a while and the card heats up it will drop it's clocks to an average core Mhz. By the way: +60 Mhz means absolutely nothing. The resulting core Mhz from +60 Mhz will be completely different for every single 1080 Ti Owner. Remember these cards use Nvidia Boost 3.0, they are already self-overclocking before you even touch afterburner. 1800 - 1900 mhz core clock is pretty standard for an air cooled 1080 Ti.
08-22-2019 02:56 AM
philhalo66 what would be an average oc on these cards? i cant seem to get more than 60MHz even with more voltage added.
08-22-2019 02:15 AM
eeroo94
Quote: Originally Posted by UltraMega View Post
could be the power setting in the nvidia control panel. What CPU do you have?
9900k, I have all the power settings on max performance.

Here is my result from Fire Strike, I should be getting upwards of 31k graphics score with these clocks.

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/38738397

For comparison my Time Spy score seems perfectly in line with others.

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/38738254
08-22-2019 01:51 AM
UltraMega
Quote: Originally Posted by eeroo94 View Post
Any idea why my Fire Strike graphics score has dropped to 28k, I used to get like 31k before. All other benchmarks seem fine though. Seems like gpu usage is only 95-96% constantly during Fire Strike.
could be the power setting in the nvidia control panel. What CPU do you have?
08-22-2019 01:47 AM
eeroo94 Any idea why my Fire Strike graphics score has dropped to 28k, I used to get like 31k before. All other benchmarks seem fine though. Seems like gpu usage is only 95-96% constantly during Fire Strike.
08-15-2019 07:44 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by Cucumber View Post
I tried the XOC bios last night, and after a bit of experimenting i found out that i got worse performance in games with 100 more Mhz on the core. Disappointing to say the least. Ended up at 2075 core and 6177 mem using afterburner. I didnt bother testing different memory speeds, as i got to the goal i had, which was to have rock solid 60fps in 1440p in all areas of MHW with as close to maxed out as i could. From what i understand, you can gain performance with lower memory clocks sometimes? Is there maybe a post i have overlooked which explains all the little tricks and tips for overclocking 1080 Ti/Pascal?
XOC is mainly for liquid nitrogen / overclocking competitions. Yes you get lower performance per clock with XOC bios but that is usually made up by being able to go +200 to +300 or more Mhz over what you could on any other bios, and the higher voltage and no power limit. It's not really for air cooled stuff at all and not really great for water either.
08-15-2019 03:51 PM
Cucumber I tried the XOC bios last night, and after a bit of experimenting i found out that i got worse performance in games with 100 more Mhz on the core. Disappointing to say the least. Ended up at 2075 core and 6177 mem using afterburner. I didnt bother testing different memory speeds, as i got to the goal i had, which was to have rock solid 60fps in 1440p in all areas of MHW with as close to maxed out as i could. From what i understand, you can gain performance with lower memory clocks sometimes? Is there maybe a post i have overlooked which explains all the little tricks and tips for overclocking 1080 Ti/Pascal?
08-07-2019 05:54 AM
Streetdragon For me and both of my 1080TI FE cards +590 on memory is the sweetspot. 1Mhz higher and it drops performence. I think somewhere there the timings get worse or so
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