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03-24-2020 10:20 PM
TwilightRavens So I finally made the jump to a 1080 ti and its pretty awesome, even if I did get a "less than ideal" partner model version.
03-19-2020 02:22 AM
TwilightRavens Did a run on my new 3900X system and this thing is freaking awesome, (figured I'd run it with the 1080 because my 1080 ti shipping is delayed because of COVID-19 crap going on) but holy hell that physics score is absolutely mental.
02-11-2020 04:53 AM
AlbertoM Just a quick update.

After some time i realized that my FE 1080 with Palit BIOS is more stable gaming at 1.063v, and i'm pushing 2164MHz under water (hybrid EVGA kit), after it reachs the max at 60-63C it downclocks to 2138-2126MHz min. That temp is because i set my push/pull fans to very low speed around 1000rpm~1500rpm max.

I was testing from 1.075v to 1.081v and was having some ramdom crashes with both voltages at even lower clocks (screen freezing at ramdom color, typical of gpu crash). Then I decided to try 1.063v and been playing for like 6 months with the highest clock speed now without a single crash.

And as this Palit Bios (Gamerock Premium) is limited to 276W, i guess i have even more performance with lower voltage, as the current increases to reach the max power.

I think what they say its true for this card. Less voltage is always better if you can keep your temps on check.
02-10-2020 10:49 AM
MorrisDaddel
ZOTAC GTX 1080 ArcticStorm 8GB

Hi im new here and wanted to submit my results. i had extreme problems finding information about my card and so decided to try it anyway. here i post all my searches to make it easy to find for the next one.

ZOTAC GTX 1080 ArcticStorm 8GB Crossflash strix1080xoc_t4version2 known working custom BIOS remove power limit

now the results it is working wonderfull. my ZOTAC GTX 1080 ArcticStorm 8GB accepted the T4 BIOS without any problems i got around 100mhz more in terms of overclocking. the original bios was pretty near to the hardwarelimit anyway. i guess i could rise the voltages to get higher results but do not want to push it to far. the cooler is the original waterblock im using a custom loop (gpu, cpu and cpu power phases). the cpu is not really a golden dye so i get him bearly to 5 ghz. temperatures are as always ill include screenshots with all infos.

my delta temp is 13 degree celsius from 31c (idle) to 44c (furmark) it goes to 45c or may 46c when i add prime95
overclock is stable at 2100mhz core (+190) and 5500 Ram (+500) voltage at 1075

i let it heat up for like 30 minutes to make shure water gets to working temperature.
i hope the next arctic stormer will find this and will have an easy upgrade without worrys to brick the card.

chears

MorrisDaddel


ahh and i got 1st place now against same cpu+gpu kombination
https://www.3dmark.com/newsearch#adv...dResults=false
11-27-2019 10:59 PM
TwilightRavens So I just ordered a new monitor (1080p 144hz) a few days ago and I figured i’d ask here before it arrives, would a 1080 be able to push those kinds of frames in a lot of games? I don’t play a lot of super new, super demanding games but my most played are probably Forza Horizon 4, Final Fantasy XIV A Realm Reborn, Sims 4, Fallout 4 (I know the physics are tied to the fps on that and Skyrim), Mass Effect Andromeda etc. But was just curious if anyone was able to get well north of at least 100 fps in games similar to that. CPU isn’t really a bottleneck in my case, Its pretty much overclocked to the max that my cooling allows (only game that really pegs it on all 8 threads is Fallout 4).
11-25-2019 01:15 AM
TwilightRavens
Quote: Originally Posted by AlbertoM View Post
For sure.

The point is, these cards have error correcting code to the VRAM, so if you overclock the VRAM more than a limit, it will bring FPS down, and you still will not see artifacts like older cards.
Yeah I’ve heard people with even the GDDR5 on 980 ti’s say the same thing, I know my 290X I had before I upgraded to the 1080, you knew when you pushed the VRAM too far, it didn’t have the Error Detection/Correction especially when it looks like a terrifying purple space invaders on top of whatever you were doing. I guess Nvidia started it with Maxwell because neither of my 660’s did that, it just outright crashed if I went too far, didn’t even artifact.
11-24-2019 10:12 AM
AlbertoM
Quote: Originally Posted by TwilightRavens View Post
Also take note that only applies to the 10GHz GDDR5X cards, the refreshed 11GHz chips (ones launched after the 1080 ti release) don’t have that same limit
For sure.

The point is, these cards have error correcting code to the VRAM, so if you overclock the VRAM more than a limit, it will bring FPS down, and you still will not see artifacts like older cards.
11-24-2019 08:42 AM
TwilightRavens
Quote: Originally Posted by derx View Post
Darn... I've missed this post bigtime. Too bad I don't really have time in the next couple of days, but I'm sure going to test this one out. Think I'm at +700 on the mem at the moment, and never even thought about going slower I've been bumping the core to oblivion, and got it stable for benching at around 2240 @1.08V. More voltage doen't really give me any boost in clockspeed, at least not stable enough to run any significant benchmark.
For gaming I'm down to around 2179. Above that I get the incidental C2D, and it's quite frustrating when that happens, so better a bit slower and stable. I do realise that I've got a heck of a 1080 (GB GTX1080 G1 Gaming with an EK full cover block), and 2170 stable under heavy gaming is quite rare.
Also take note that only applies to the 10GHz GDDR5X cards, the refreshed 11GHz chips (ones launched after the 1080 ti release) don’t have that same limit
11-23-2019 09:09 AM
derx
Quote: Originally Posted by TwilightRavens View Post
Yes but as I and many others have tested, the memory on the older launch cards see's no benefit from going past +457MHz, performance actually degrades past that in almost everything, Source: here.
Darn... I've missed this post bigtime. Too bad I don't really have time in the next couple of days, but I'm sure going to test this one out. Think I'm at +700 on the mem at the moment, and never even thought about going slower I've been bumping the core to oblivion, and got it stable for benching at around 2240 @1.08V. More voltage doen't really give me any boost in clockspeed, at least not stable enough to run any significant benchmark.
For gaming I'm down to around 2179. Above that I get the incidental C2D, and it's quite frustrating when that happens, so better a bit slower and stable. I do realise that I've got a heck of a 1080 (GB GTX1080 G1 Gaming with an EK full cover block), and 2170 stable under heavy gaming is quite rare.
11-22-2019 10:21 PM
TwilightRavens Woo! Got 2126MHz stable (in firestrike at least) on the highest performance state (1.093v), finally learned how to use the voltage curve graph in afterburner and Pascal overclocking suddenly makes sense. I’ll try and post some pics once i get the graph cleaned up (clocked higher at the lower states). But so far she only drops to 2050 worst case, might be able to do 2113 at the next state (I think its 1.081v right?) and then 2100MHz at the state below that. But as it is my curve is kind of a mess as I didn’t adjust anything below 1.043v, or should mess with those that are lower (I haven’t seen it go below 1.043v when under actual load though).
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