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01-19-2020 01:54 PM
mtbiker033 the new drivers FPS limiter seems to work really good

I have a couple of games that do not like msi ab overlay so I have to make a global profile to turn rtss/OSD off (for some reason idk it won't run otherwise) and the ingame limiter on my game only went to multiples of 30 and I want to use 141.

seems to be working great!

I really hope the next generation of nv is as good as an experience as this card has been
01-17-2020 04:39 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by Zfast4y0u View Post
no no, you are miss reading, its 1080ti's. i delided this 8700k but when mounting it back i didnt glue IHS back to PCB so the paste under it didnt spread well while applying mounting mechanism on my mobo, on high loads i have as much as 13c diff between some cores, so i rather leave it at 4,4 ghz for now. im about to do maintenance and while doing it, gonna glue this time around IHS with PCB and put enough paste ( last time i run out of paste too -.- )

im not really fan of overclocking much, i prefer more lower voltages and temps tbh. i dont even run this cards at 2000mhz, but [email protected] 0,775mV. in sli dosent really matter much, when it works im above 100fps anyway.
Ah I suppose if that's your goal that's your goal.. If I ever went dual 1080 Ti's I would aim for at least 144 FPS minimums (and 0.1% lows) at all times in all games. Which would require heavy overclocking of both cards and the entire system. That's me though.
01-16-2020 11:57 PM
Zfast4y0u
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
It looks like you're an all-stock setup there? CPU seems to be almost stock, the 2080 Ti's seem to be mostly stock. It'd probably help if you got to overclocking that stuff. This is OCN forums.

Still, that looks great and giving me hope of trying dual 1080 Ti's later.
no no, you are miss reading, its 1080ti's. i delided this 8700k but when mounting it back i didnt glue IHS back to PCB so the paste under it didnt spread well while applying mounting mechanism on my mobo, on high loads i have as much as 13c diff between some cores, so i rather leave it at 4,4 ghz for now. im about to do maintenance and while doing it, gonna glue this time around IHS with PCB and put enough paste ( last time i run out of paste too -.- )

im not really fan of overclocking much, i prefer more lower voltages and temps tbh. i dont even run this cards at 2000mhz, but [email protected] 0,775mV. in sli dosent really matter much, when it works im above 100fps anyway.
01-16-2020 02:05 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by Zfast4y0u View Post
SLI+Ray Tracing ON ( ultra )xDD

https://imgur.com/a/rdGZbpY

works fine for me, probably more fps then 2080ti xD first 2 pics are with maxed out AA as well, SMAAx4, last pic is AA OFF, everything else maxed out. this game really pushed 8700k almost to the edge, with no AA cpu on +70% load.
It looks like you're an all-stock setup there? CPU seems to be almost stock, the 2080 Ti's seem to be mostly stock. It'd probably help if you got to overclocking that stuff. This is OCN forums.

Still, that looks great and giving me hope of trying dual 1080 Ti's later.
01-16-2020 11:20 AM
Zfast4y0u SLI+Ray Tracing ON ( ultra )xDD

https://imgur.com/a/rdGZbpY

works fine for me, probably more fps then 2080ti xD first 2 pics are with maxed out AA as well, SMAAx4, last pic is AA OFF, everything else maxed out. this game really pushed 8700k almost to the edge, with no AA cpu on +70% load.
01-14-2020 05:25 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by Shawnb99 View Post
Is that same with the 2080TI kingpins?
I know the waterblock isn’t being made anymore hence the demand for Optimus to make one, would assume the card is the same.
That I have no idea about. I just know about the 1080 Ti one from watching a youtube video where Vince was talking about how he helped EVGA engineers hand-design the 1080 Ti Kingpin cards and he said in the video that they would only produce "About 100 or so" of them.

You may want to ask over in the 2080 Ti thread. Here's a link for you: https://www.overclock.net/forum/69-n...er-s-club.html
01-14-2020 03:30 AM
Shawnb99
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
The Kingpin 1080 Ti cards were literally hand-selected and hand-binned by by Vince "K|NGP|N" himself. They were not really mass produced per say. They were but the cores were binned by hand first in a lab. They're not your normal 1080 Ti cores. As such they can't just slap any random 1080 Ti core on it, it wouldn't be the same. They only had a very limited run of I think maximum 100 or 200 of them ever and once they sold out they can't "Make" more to replace them with RMA. Pretty much it's been "Known" in the overclocking community here that the 1080 Ti Kingpin cards are a buy-once-keep-once thing and you always get some generic 2080 / 1080 Ti card as a replacement if you RMA it. The 2080 is actually a hair faster than the 1080 Ti, by like +8% and you get RTX cores with it. The only really bad thing I'd be mad about is the reduction from 12GB Vram (1080 Ti) -> 8GB Vram (RTX 2080). That would really suck. I've already seen several games run over 8GB Vram on my 1080 Ti, just at 1080p.


Is that same with the 2080TI kingpins?
I know the waterblock isn’t being made anymore hence the demand for Optimus to make one, would assume the card is the same.
01-14-2020 02:08 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by JollyGreenJoint View Post
evga approved my rma on my 1080ti kingpin, they are sending me a "RTX 2080 FTW3 ULTRA, OVERCLOCKED" (08G-P4-2287-KR) as a replacement. Thoughts ? Personally feeling kinda **** on, i'd rather have a working 1080ti kingpin in return. I also use an overclocked dvi-d monitor and there no dvi-d ports on the 2080 :| Anyone know of an adapter that supports 96hz on 1440p ?
The Kingpin 1080 Ti cards were literally hand-selected and hand-binned by by Vince "K|NGP|N" himself. They were not really mass produced per say. They were but the cores were binned by hand first in a lab. They're not your normal 1080 Ti cores. As such they can't just slap any random 1080 Ti core on it, it wouldn't be the same. They only had a very limited run of I think maximum 100 or 200 of them ever and once they sold out they can't "Make" more to replace them with RMA. Pretty much it's been "Known" in the overclocking community here that the 1080 Ti Kingpin cards are a buy-once-keep-once thing and you always get some generic 2080 / 1080 Ti card as a replacement if you RMA it. The 2080 is actually a hair faster than the 1080 Ti, by like +8% and you get RTX cores with it. The only really bad thing I'd be mad about is the reduction from 12GB Vram (1080 Ti) -> 8GB Vram (RTX 2080). That would really suck. I've already seen several games run over 8GB Vram on my 1080 Ti, just at 1080p.
01-14-2020 01:46 AM
yoadknux
Quote: Originally Posted by JollyGreenJoint View Post
evga approved my rma on my 1080ti kingpin, they are sending me a "RTX 2080 FTW3 ULTRA, OVERCLOCKED" (08G-P4-2287-KR) as a replacement. Thoughts ? Personally feeling kinda **** on, i'd rather have a working 1080ti kingpin in return. I also use an overclocked dvi-d monitor and there no dvi-d ports on the 2080 :| Anyone know of an adapter that supports 96hz on 1440p ?
Well, the 2080 is slightly stronger than the 1080ti for gaming, the FTW3 is a top version, and it can run ray tracing on the select few games that have it...
But at the same time, you bought the most expensive version of the 1080ti, which was originally priced about 200$ more, and is considered a "special edition". The Kingpin probably would have been sold higher on the 2nd hand market too.
It's a mixed bag. You won't lose anything gaming wise, but nobody buys the Kingpin version for gaming. Usually when it comes down to GPU warranties you get the same value or better, you were given same value or lower.
01-13-2020 08:14 PM
JollyGreenJoint evga approved my rma on my 1080ti kingpin, they are sending me a "RTX 2080 FTW3 ULTRA, OVERCLOCKED" (08G-P4-2287-KR) as a replacement. Thoughts ? Personally feeling kinda **** on, i'd rather have a working 1080ti kingpin in return. I also use an overclocked dvi-d monitor and there no dvi-d ports on the 2080 :| Anyone know of an adapter that supports 96hz on 1440p ?
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