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02-21-2020 04:23 PM
Imprezzion
Quote: Originally Posted by smiteom View Post
6500mhz! do you have copper heatsinks on the memory?
Nah, just the stock midplate and 4 aluminum heatsinks from Arctic on the 4 RAM chips the stock plate doesn't cover.

The memory on this thing is a monster. It will actually bench 6700 but not game for very long. Scores and FPS do scale up to 6600Mhz so it's not ECCing too much either.

Like, standing still looking at the floor in Borderlands 3 at 5500Mhz it's 148 FPS, at 6000 151 and at 6500 154 and it doesn't fluctuate indicating corrections so. It works lol.
02-21-2020 02:32 PM
smiteom
Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
I ran BDO Remastered and 4k YouTube and also played a bit of Borderlands 3 on 4K sampling and Modern Warfare for a bit. Highest I've seen it hit in HWiNFO64 is 380w on 2101Mhz 6500Mhz memory 1.150v. Should be fine for now. Temps around the mid 60's for the core.

I should maybe turn on framerate limiter on 120/240 FPS as I use a 120Hz screen.
6500mhz! do you have copper heatsinks on the memory?
02-18-2020 05:28 AM
Imprezzion
Quote: Originally Posted by Zfast4y0u View Post
what are ur vrm temps at 380w and that voltage?
No clue, there's no temp sensor on the VRM on this PCB.

I have to say, I can still touch the PCB / heatsink / backplate after 4 hours of full load so it isn't getting super hot at all.

Pics i promised:
02-17-2020 03:21 PM
Zfast4y0u
Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
Yeah XOC BIOS on a MSI Armor (Gaming X PCB) with a Accelero IV and 2 140mm fans on that. I'll post a pic later
what are ur vrm temps at 380w and that voltage?
02-17-2020 03:10 PM
Imprezzion Yeah XOC BIOS on a MSI Armor (Gaming X PCB) with a Accelero IV and 2 140mm fans on that. I'll post a pic later
02-17-2020 01:18 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by monza1412 View Post
Are you still on the stock bios?
Since they stated they are using 1.152v then they must be on the XOC Bios. All other bios's for 1080 Ti's limit us to 1.093v.
02-17-2020 08:58 AM
monza1412
Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
I ran BDO Remastered and 4k YouTube and also played a bit of Borderlands 3 on 4K sampling and Modern Warfare for a bit. Highest I've seen it hit in HWiNFO64 is 380w on 2101Mhz 6500Mhz memory 1.150v. Should be fine for now. Temps around the mid 60's for the core.

I should maybe turn on framerate limiter on 120/240 FPS as I use a 120Hz screen.
Are you still on the stock bios?
02-16-2020 04:14 PM
Imprezzion I ran BDO Remastered and 4k YouTube and also played a bit of Borderlands 3 on 4K sampling and Modern Warfare for a bit. Highest I've seen it hit in HWiNFO64 is 380w on 2101Mhz 6500Mhz memory 1.150v. Should be fine for now. Temps around the mid 60's for the core.

I should maybe turn on framerate limiter on 120/240 FPS as I use a 120Hz screen.
02-16-2020 01:16 PM
kithylin For high power usage on a 1080 Ti try "Project C.A.R.S." (the first one, not the second one) with nvidia DSR to render at 4K on a 1080p screen (I don't have a 4K screen) and then max all the graphics settings, turn vsync off and go around a turn on a race track but drive the car in to a wall and sit there "looking off into the distance" in a corner. It was reading 620-630 watts in all 3: gpu-z, hwinfo64, and the nvidia power reading program, I forget the name of that one at the moment. It's in the nvidia folder.

3DMark is a rather poor representation of power usage for 1080 Ti cards. It pulls much less power vs actual game engines running on the card.
02-16-2020 03:30 AM
dangerSK
Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
Are you sure it actually drew 600w or was that a read out fault.
I tried pretty much every game and benchmark I have installed on 1.200v and the highest I've ever seen it go is 405w which isn't anything immediately dangerous as it's only about 70w more then "stock".

It did drop the driver once on 1.143v 2101Mhz after 2 hours if gaming so, up to 1.150v we go hehe.
Very unlikely, I benched my 1080TI OC Lab on galax ln2 bios with 1.2Vcore (true voltage) and I wasnt nowhere near 600W with 3DMark, be it timespy or others.
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