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07-21-2019 02:51 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by Knoxx29 View Post
That's neat and all.. but I'm really looking for a lot more PCIE lanes than that. X470 and X570 boards are only 16-lanes for expansion cards, 16/0 or 8/8, I'm looking for a lot more.

Anyway we're both going off topic here.. This is supposed to be about 1080 Ti's. I still love mine.
07-21-2019 02:04 AM
Knoxx29
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
What I really want is the (Refinement of Zen2) threadripper 4000 series equivalent of the 3950X, 16 core system. And a full 60-lane PCIE-4.0 motherboard with a big 12+ phase VRM that supports a monoblock, or at least a VRM block. But such a thing doesn't exist yet (It will soon though) and probably another 1-2 years for that. And probably wait 12 months after it's released for the "new price" to wear down a bit and do a new build. So likely another 3 years. In the short term planning to go 3770K @ 5.5 Ghz 24-7-daily until then. And my 3570K runs @ 1.635v daily. Older chips take lots more volts than people think. My friend with the OC'd 3770K has been running his at I believe 1.725v for about 4 years daily and still works. I played with him in Borderlands 2 last night and he gamed on it for hours with me. He's planning to go Ryzen Zen2/Zen2+ soon.

This morning I found this : https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/t...boards.257515/
07-21-2019 01:49 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by Knoxx29 View Post
I have the GPU and the CPU at 5.3GHz 1.36V, as I can see we have the same plan adding a second 1080ti, anyway what do you think about what happened to my the GPU after the windows reinstall because for me it's kinda weird.

You want a 3700K and i want to get a 9900Ks
What I really want is the (Refinement of Zen2) threadripper 4000 series equivalent of the 3950X, 16 core system. And a full 60-lane PCIE-4.0 motherboard with a big 12+ phase VRM that supports a monoblock, or at least a VRM block. But such a thing doesn't exist yet (It will soon though) and probably another 1-2 years for that. And probably wait 12 months after it's released for the "new price" to wear down a bit and do a new build. So likely another 3 years. In the short term planning to go 3770K @ 5.5 Ghz 24-7-daily until then. And my 3570K runs @ 1.635v daily. Older chips take lots more volts than people think. My friend with the OC'd 3770K has been running his at I believe 1.725v for about 4 years daily and still works. I played with him in Borderlands 2 last night and he gamed on it for hours with me. He's planning to go Ryzen Zen2/Zen2+ soon.
07-21-2019 01:02 AM
Knoxx29
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
That's because I have a lot more in my loop than just the video card. I have a big Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UP7 motherboard with it's 32-phase VRM looped in with a VRM block. I have a set of corsair vengeance DDR3-2800 (currently runs at 2500) looped in, and a i5-3570K @ 5.0 Ghz daily-driver looped into it too. And it may be somewhat overkill right now, but I do have plans soon to add to it later. I want to loop in a second 1080 Ti into it. And I have a line on a friend in Florida with a 3770K that runs daily-driver clocked @ 5.5 Ghz (delidded, bare chip on block, no IHS) that I want to put in this system into the loop later too.
I have the GPU and the CPU at 5.3GHz 1.36V, as I can see we have the same plan adding a second 1080ti, anyway what do you think about what happened to my the GPU after the windows reinstall because for me it's kinda weird.

You want a 3700K and i want to get a 9900Ks
07-20-2019 11:44 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by Knoxx29 View Post
My card used to behave like your 2026-2012mhz most of the time 2026 and rarely dropped to 2012, when I say used to it's because something weird that i can't explain happened last week when i did a fresh windows installation, since then the card won't do 2026-2012mhz but instead 2038mhz and it wont go below that, i played hours and hours many different Games and ran like 3 or 4 different Benchmarks and the card stay all the time at 2038mhz, something I find funny is that your cooling system with 4 radiators and 15 fans has way more cooling capacity than my cooling system which has just a single 360 Rad and my GPUs temperature is 47-50c.
That's because I have a lot more in my loop than just the video card. I have a big Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UP7 motherboard with it's 32-phase VRM looped in with a VRM block. I have a set of corsair vengeance DDR3-2800 (currently runs at 2500) looped in, and a i5-3570K @ 5.0 Ghz daily-driver looped into it too. And it may be somewhat overkill right now, but I do have plans soon to add to it later. I want to loop in a second 1080 Ti into it. And I have a line on a friend in Florida with a 3770K that runs daily-driver clocked @ 5.5 Ghz (delidded, bare chip on block, no IHS) that I want to put in this system into the loop later too.
07-20-2019 11:39 PM
Knoxx29
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
now today with this big loop and I can keep it < 45c it stays at 2012-2025 mhz all the time and never goes below that. Well in benchmarks.. in actual games I play with Vsync on for 80 FPS / 80hz currently, so it often switches down around 1200-1300 mhz depending on how hard the game I'm playing loads it. But if I play a game like ARK: Survival Evolved, it can run at 2025all day for hours now @ 40-43c with no throttling

My card used to behave like your 2026-2012mhz most of the time 2026 and rarely dropped to 2012, when I say used to it's because something weird that i can't explain happened last week when i did a fresh windows installation, since then the card won't do 2026-2012mhz but instead 2038mhz and it wont go below that, i played hours and hours many different Games and ran like 3 or 4 different Benchmarks and the card stay all the time at 2038mhz, something I find funny is that your cooling system with 4 radiators and 15 fans has way more cooling capacity than my cooling system which has just a single 360 Rad and my GPUs temperature is 47-50c.
07-19-2019 08:34 PM
KCDC Howdy ladies and gents. Anyone know a quick link to reinstalling the Founder Edition coolers? Also, anyone remember the factory pad thicknesses? Thank you kindly!


EDIT: Using a vid in reverse for install, but still want to know the original pad thicknesses if anyone may know.


EDIT 02: for the small weird white thermal "pads" that came on the card in some areas, would a .5 pad be ok for those? I'm prepping these cards for sale to a friend.
07-19-2019 04:02 PM
Zfast4y0u
Quote: Originally Posted by Norlig View Post
Just reinstalled windows.

What was the softmod needed for 1.093v?

I tried the curve settings in the first post, but seems I top off at 1.062v now.

Dont remember what was needed to get it to ignore whatever limits it could ignore...
if using msi afterburner, move voltage slider all the way to the right, then in curve you can set ur voltage/freq curve till 1.093mV instead of 1.062mV thats by default with voltage slider being all to the left.


btw, just installed shadow of the tomb raider, was waiting for em to release last patch and all tombs before i dive into it. must say, multi gpu support ( yes multi gpu not sli or crossfire ) is like i have nothing i seen before, scaling +90%

and then u get this gipsy's that roll out AAA titles every year and cant bother with it, but this little studio pulled it off. hats off to them. directX 12 doing its magic when properly implemented. this should be future of multi gpu systems, not freakin 80$ nvlink.
07-19-2019 03:39 PM
Norlig Just reinstalled windows.

What was the softmod needed for 1.093v?

I tried the curve settings in the first post, but seems I top off at 1.062v now.

Dont remember what was needed to get it to ignore whatever limits it could ignore...
06-24-2019 11:19 AM
skupples most air coolers use 1s, or larger, while blocks use 1s n smaller. LOL, some of these nasty blowers use 3mm pads.
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