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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.
06-24-2019 12:13 AM
Bonhart89 Hello everyone,

I know it is a 1080TI Owner's club, but it popped up in google search when I searched for Total GPU power (normalized) (% of TDP) :)
I have an Asus strix 1080 (no OC, everything is on the factory settings, never tried OCing it) and my normalized TDP jumps up when I am in game to 200-400%. Is that normal?

I hope you can open the picture.
https://imgur.com/a/fmpVYcM

Thanks for the help!
06-23-2019 05:27 AM
ZloY SloN 0.5mm, but they were shrunk under pressure. I think I should go with 1mm pads. Thanks.


06-23-2019 02:07 AM
Streetdragon looks like 0,5mm thick pads, but im not sure
06-23-2019 01:55 AM
ZloY SloN Hey, guys! There is Gigabyte 1080ti Gaming OC cooling system photo:



Is it possible to identify thermal pads thickness by this photo?
06-05-2019 01:16 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by Cryptedvick View Post
Well thats pretty good actually. Well within the average for most 1080Ti's. Max I can do on my MSI is 2063Mhz at 1.093v.
What I have found personally is that with these cards we actually do not need the XOC bios to avoid throttling. I'm actually able to maintain 2012~2025 Mhz on this card and never drop below it on stock bios just because I'm able to keep the card < 45c at all times (even when the ambient room temps in the computer room where the physical tower is sometimes gets up to 32c ambient temps) due to a large custom water loop with 4 radiators and 15 fans. If we can just keep the cards cool enough they don't throttle at all. It's the temperatures that throttle 1080 Ti's badly. I vividly remember when I first bought this card on it's stock air cooler (EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition) I was trying to run it at max overclock and it would start out around 1950 Mhz core speed and then when I would play a while it would heat up terribly up to the mid-70's C core speed (even with the fans forced at 100% constantly) and eventually throttle it's self down to the low 1800~1820 Mhz range after eventually heating up around 80c. And 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 2088 all day for hours now @ 40-43c with no throttling.

I don't think XOC is actually that beneficial. We can't even use XOC on an air cooled card anyway (safely) and if you're custom water already then it seems the cards shouldn't throttle themselves if your loop is big enough to keep them cool enough, even without using XOC.

EDIT: Fixed some Mhz typos.. I must of been drunk when I first wrote this post. I have no idea where I got 2088 from with the previous page and this post. My card maxes out at 2025 Mhz now on stock bios.
06-05-2019 12:22 AM
8051
Quote: Originally Posted by Cryptedvick View Post
Well thats pretty good actually. Well within the average for most 1080Ti's. Max I can do on my MSI is 2063Mhz at 1.093v.
I have the MSI 1080Ti Duke, I can squeeze 2152 out of it, but it takes 1.2V to do it and I have to reduce memory speed by 253Mhz.
06-05-2019 12:16 AM
Cryptedvick
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
With XOC I was able to run it at 2126 Mhz @ 1.200v (and yes my card needed that voltage to do it... it wouldn't run 2100+ Mhz at all without it) and +700 memory. Now on stock bios it runs 2012 - 2088 Mhz and I can still keep the +700 memory. So not terrible. So far it's been okay for a few months like this.
Well thats pretty good actually. Well within the average for most 1080Ti's. Max I can do on my MSI is 2063Mhz at 1.093v.
06-04-2019 09:25 AM
skupples oh, apparently it requires an oscillator and some soldering? (did a quic kgooglefu)

https://arstechnica.com/civis/viewto...p?f=7&t=566930

I guess it would depend on the fan type, above is for PWM i assume...

however, I'd assume most cards use PWM fans these days.
06-04-2019 08:39 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by Cryptedvick View Post
I'm curious, what kind of stable overclock can you maintain now with the stock bios?
With XOC I was able to run it at 2126 Mhz @ 1.200v (and yes my card needed that voltage to do it... it wouldn't run 2100+ Mhz at all without it) and +700 memory. Now on stock bios it runs 2012 - 2025 Mhz and I can still keep the +700 memory. So not terrible. So far it's been okay for a few months like this.
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