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HittriX
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Default 03-21-2017, 13:37 | posts: 137 | Location: Belgium

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hehe is anybody going for the Asus cards at all? What brands are you guys getting (better said, what cooler do you opt for)?
Probably the Msi gtx 1080ti gaming x or the seahawk version
   
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Default 03-21-2017, 14:39 | posts: 4,611 | Location: Sweden

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hehe is anybody going for the Asus cards at all? What brands are you guys getting (better said, what cooler do you opt for)?
I'm going back to MSI so the Gaming X this time please
Would want to try the SeaHawk but it's too expensive.
   
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Default 03-21-2017, 17:56 | posts: 6,534 | Location: Austria (no kangaroos here)

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I think my offset was 160 on core and maybe 100 on memory. I didn't really spend much time doing it, I'll screw around with it more tonight. I think you can get up to like 400 on the memory and 175/180 on the core.

Power/Temp limits were maxed.

My idle temp is 30c which IIRC is better than my 980 but I'm pretty sure I didn't install my 980 block correctly so lol
Yeah my idle temps on the 980s definately is higher than 30C, and I think I did well mounting them

Nice to see that there's so much space on the VRAM, although I'd wish for more the other way around, ofc.
So an offset of 160 would mean something like 1890 standard, not too bad.


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Probably the Msi gtx 1080ti gaming x or the seahawk version
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I'm going back to MSI so the Gaming X this time please
Would want to try the SeaHawk but it's too expensive.
hehe I'm still waiting to see if anybody buys Asus
Thanks for feedback guys.
   
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Default 03-21-2017, 18:05 | posts: 105

Maybe some mad hex genius out there can release an unlock bios to use all 96 ROP on 11GB of vram?
   
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Default 03-21-2017, 20:25 | posts: 2,253 | Location: Munich

^who says they are only disabled by software?
   
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Default 03-21-2017, 20:30 | posts: 494 | Location: Essex

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hehe is anybody going for the Asus cards at all? What brands are you guys getting (better said, what cooler do you opt for)?
MSi Founders, cheap as chips and my Ek block is sitting ready for the card to come into stock.
   
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Default 03-21-2017, 20:45 | posts: 1,233 | Location: Virginia

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hehe is anybody going for the Asus cards at all? What brands are you guys getting (better said, what cooler do you opt for)?
I think I'm actually going to wait on the big tech/gaming sites to do a full review roundup where they compare all the partner cards.

I'm doing ok with my temporary gtx 1060 card for now.. already have a friend interested in buying it once I'm done with it. So I can wait a little bit but I'd prefer to grab something next month if I can!
   
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Default 03-21-2017, 22:20 | posts: 4,611 | Location: Sweden

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hehe I'm still waiting to see if anybody buys Asus
Thanks for feedback guys.
Well, I could have one in my hand early next week if I wanted to But 1000? I don't think so
   
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Default 03-21-2017, 23:32 | posts: 182 | Location: Glasgow

So when will the AIBs actually start to be available?

And when will clock speeds start to surface?
   
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Default Yesterday, 03:40 | posts: 10 | Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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Yeah. If everyone starts focusing on making games run well at 4K, that means that 1440p would run even better. Good times ahead for 1440p monitor owners

Games until now considered 1080p to be the "gold standard", and 1440p always meant a frame rate compromise. If that standard shifts to 4K, then suddenly 1440p becomes the new 900p...
That would be good. I couldn't be happier with my 1440p, 144 hrtz monitor, especially with my new 1080 ti.
   
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Default Yesterday, 08:59 | posts: 1,284 | Location: New Zealand

Hey guys, havent posted here in ages but I am almost done with my micro atx build and looking for water cooling advice. I just got my two 1080ti founders editions and I am looking at adding them to my custom loop. I see that the titan X(p) EK blocks are compatible with the 1080ti, but was wondering "how" compatible they are? Like are the vrms cooled just as effectively as with the near identical titan x? And secondly, the titan x blocks are not compatible with the nvidia HB sli bridge which quite some time ago I saw gave some decent gains in SLI with the 10 series...I currently use the EVGA pro HB sli bridge - is it basically the same ****? Or is the proper nvidia one proving to have some wizardry going on? I have been in touch with EK and they say they are working on a proper 1080ti block but cannot give me an ETA, and may turn out to be compatible with the nvidia sli bridge so what do you guys reckon? Grab titan x blocks now and use my current sli bridge, or wait for new blocks to see what they improve? Thanks in advance.
   
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Default Yesterday, 09:36 | posts: 6,534 | Location: Austria (no kangaroos here)

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Maybe some mad hex genius out there can release an unlock bios to use all 96 ROP on 11GB of vram?
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^who says they are only disabled by software?
I think they are laser cut. No free unlocking I'm afraid



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MSi Founders, cheap as chips and my Ek block is sitting ready for the card to come into stock.
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I think I'm actually going to wait on the big tech/gaming sites to do a full review roundup where they compare all the partner cards.

I'm doing ok with my temporary gtx 1060 card for now.. already have a friend interested in buying it once I'm done with it. So I can wait a little bit but I'd prefer to grab something next month if I can!
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Well, I could have one in my hand early next week if I wanted to But 1000? I don't think so
Yeah I can understand you guys, I'm also just waiting a little to see if there would be anything sensible to get besides the FE and putting my own EK block onto it, my loop's already waiting for some improvements (and spring cleaning hehe).

And yes that's horribly expensive Nether!
Strix is 'only' 919 without shipping here.
   
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Default Yesterday, 09:48 | posts: 494 | Location: Essex

Finally light at the end of the Ti tunnel.
MSI 1080Ti in stock at Amazon on the 28th March.
   
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Default Yesterday, 10:48 | posts: 4,611 | Location: Sweden

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And yes that's horribly expensive Nether!
Strix is 'only' 919 without shipping here.
Yea, I'm not sure what ASUS are up to But the first prices are always the highest and I'm sure it will go down as other brands become available in Sweden.

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Finally light at the end of the Ti tunnel.
MSI 1080Ti in stock at Amazon on the 28th March.
You mean the Gaming X?
   
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Default Yesterday, 11:29 | posts: 494 | Location: Essex

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You mean the Gaming X?
No, Founders Edition, itll be WCed so i dont need a better cooler.
   
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Default Yesterday, 13:56 | posts: 7

MSI 1080 Ti FE is 820 here in The Netherlands. It's not too bad and I don't think it will go down much more.

It's available right now .. I'm thinking about going WC so FE will do just fine for me .. have to think about it another 24 hours. It will be a massive investment all in all
   
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Default Yesterday, 14:00 | posts: 494 | Location: Essex

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MSI 1080 Ti FE is 820 here in The Netherlands. It will be a massive investment all in all
If you intend to keep the card for a while then its a good investment.
Most recently i gone 8800gtx, 280gtx to a 580gtx and then 780gtx, all watercooled and overclocked/volted and all have been good investments from buying when they came out.
   
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Default Yesterday, 14:08 | posts: 7

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If you intend to keep the card for a while then its a good investment.
Most recently i gone 8800gtx, 280gtx to a 580gtx and then 780gtx, all watercooled and overclocked/volted and all have been good investments from buying when they came out.
I usually upgrade every other version, but I do a lot of renders so I keep 3 cards at all times. So two 980 Ti's will move down and make place for the 1080 Ti. The WC and new PSU alone will be about 1300 so the new card isn't the big headache. But I've wanted to do this for a while so will probably go ahead now. Looking forward to building it!
   
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Default Yesterday, 18:36 | posts: 149 | Location: Netherlands

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MSI 1080 Ti FE is 820 here in The Netherlands. It's not too bad and I don't think it will go down much more.

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Tweakers added the first custom GTX 1080 Ti:

Asus GeForce GTX 1080Ti ROG Strix OC: 942,59

I hope that price will drop or other custom cards stay below 900 euro.
   
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Default Yesterday, 19:27 | posts: 7

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Tweakers added the first custom GTX 1080 Ti:

Asus GeForce GTX 1080Ti ROG Strix OC: 942,59

I hope that price will drop or other custom cards stay below 900 euro.
That sounds very unlikely. FE-cards range from 820-900 right now. I bet the EVGA Hybrid will be at least 1000.

The perfect time to switch to a water cooled system in other words.
   
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Default Today, 13:20 | posts: 137 | Location: Belgium

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Tweakers added the first custom GTX 1080 Ti:

Asus GeForce GTX 1080Ti ROG Strix OC: 942,59

I hope that price will drop or other custom cards stay below 900 euro.
It's 925,65 now, from only one shop you can pre-order, price will drop more for sure.
   
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Default Today, 13:31 | posts: 6,534 | Location: Austria (no kangaroos here)

Did anybody actually have problems with coil whine?
   
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