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DStealth
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Videocard: MSI GX 1080Ti@2088/12000
Processor: i7 5820k@4666_1.29V
Mainboard: X99
Memory: @3.1Ghz CL14-14-14-35 1T
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PSU: SS X-1250W
Default 04-24-2017, 13:55 | posts: 239 | Location: 127.0.0.1

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I should run the test again.

Shunt mod = I dont know what that is :p
Voltage = Need to check
Temps = ~47 degrees if I remember correctly


Thanks Yea I guess this chip has a limit after all.
With 2101 you should have like 500+point more...you're badly power limited.
I had ~32300@2088 w/o mods http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12318864 ; http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12318972
   
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Videocard: MSI GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X
Processor: i7 5820K + Corsair H115i
Mainboard: ASUS RAMPAGE V EXTREME
Memory: HyperX Predator 16GB 3000
Soundcard: ROG SupremeFX + Z-5500
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Default 04-24-2017, 16:30 | posts: 6,212 | Location: Romania

Hey DStealth, when you say power limited, do you mean the max power that you can get in the GPU with manufacturer specs, what was it for MSI Gaming X 1080 Ti, 330W?

Is that what you meant by one of my older screenshots by throttling, even though I had 2.1GHz on core stable, I don't actually get the benefit from that due to hitting power limit?

So the "extra voltage" that I give through AB doesn't basically do much, since the card is hitting that power limit even without me giving it?
   
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Videocard: MSI GX 1080Ti@2088/12000
Processor: i7 5820k@4666_1.29V
Mainboard: X99
Memory: @3.1Ghz CL14-14-14-35 1T
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Default 04-24-2017, 16:35 | posts: 239 | Location: 127.0.0.1

Yes, try running w/o additional voltage.
There's no way you have 2.1Ghz core stable with 330w limit...actually it's possible in the 1.02/3V region
An example how 2076Mhz@1.062V/12000 throttled result looks like
http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.ph...&postcount=217
   
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Videocard: MSI 980 4G Gaming @1500
Processor: i5 4690k@4.4 1.25v NH-D14
Mainboard: z97 PRO
Memory: 16GB 2133 ARES CL9 2T
Soundcard: SB Recon3D Pro Fatality
PSU: Crosair 860i
Default 04-24-2017, 18:17 | posts: 2,053 | Location: Israel - Haifa

does 1080ti worth for 2 year 1080p gaming?
or wait for hbm2 cards vega how call them cant remember
   
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Darren Hodgson
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Videocard: EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2
Processor: Intel Core i7-4770K
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Memory: 16GB Corsair Veng 1600MHz
Soundcard: Creative Sound Blaster Z
PSU: XFX PRO Black Ed. 850W
Default Yesterday, 13:47 | posts: 14,699 | Location: England

I should be getting my EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2 within the next hour! Really looking forward to testing it out and getting better framerates in those games that almost but don't quite hit 60 fps maxed out at 2560x1440 on my current GTX 1080 FTW, e.g. Mass Effect Andromeda, GTA V and The Division.
   
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Default Yesterday, 15:28 | posts: 6,212 | Location: Romania

Darren don't forget Witcher 3 with maxed foliage and maxed hairworks, it's freaking fantastic now.

Be wary though, ME:A won't be 60 fps inside the Tempest with some cutscenes, it's just buggy mess really, because it can happen in scenes that are nowhere near as visually impressive as others where there's 60 fps with no problems... just bad coding.
   
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Default Yesterday, 15:50 | posts: 2,324 | Location: Sault Ste. Marie Ont. CA

I just joined the club. Ordered two EVGA 1080 Ti SC Black Edition cards. Should have them this week.
   
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PSU: Corsair 750W
Default Yesterday, 16:37 | posts: 48 | Location: Colorado

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I should be getting my EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2 within the next hour! Really looking forward to testing it out and getting better framerates in those games that almost but don't quite hit 60 fps maxed out at 2560x1440 on my current GTX 1080 FTW, e.g. Mass Effect Andromeda, GTA V and The Division.
Nice! Mine shipped out yesterday and will be getting it tomorrow.
   
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Videocard: MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X SLI
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PSU: Corsair AX 1500
Default Yesterday, 17:06 | posts: 744 | Location: Netherlands

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Darren don't forget Witcher 3 with maxed foliage and maxed hairworks, it's freaking fantastic now.

Be wary though, ME:A won't be 60 fps inside the Tempest with some cutscenes, it's just buggy mess really, because it can happen in scenes that are nowhere near as visually impressive as others where there's 60 fps with no problems... just bad coding.
No really i still have smooth over 60 fps with witcher 3 with my sli 1080,s and hairworks.

Nevermind my bad.
   
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Default Yesterday, 20:10 | posts: 404 | Location: Blighty

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Be wary though, ME:A won't be 60 fps inside the Tempest with some cutscenes, it's just buggy mess really, because it can happen in scenes that are nowhere near as visually impressive as others where there's 60 fps with no problems... just bad coding.
This guys speaks the truth.
   
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Videocard: 1080Ti Sea Hawk X
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PSU: Corsair HX1000i
Default Yesterday, 20:30 | posts: 455

So far for the Vive, the 1080ti is completely worth it. Everything is far smoother than with my 980ti (and his lazy brother who stopped doing anything after a year of releases).
   
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Darren Hodgson
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Videocard: EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2
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Default Today, 07:28 | posts: 14,699 | Location: England

So I got my new GTX 1080 Ti SC2 the same day NVIDIA released a new driver, v381.89!

I wasn't going to benchmark since I find it generally dull but since I'd installed a new driver I thought I'd run a few random game benchmark with the new driver prior to installing the new card. As such I didn't actually install the GTX 1080 Ti until nearly 9pm but I ended up not going to bed until 2am anyway so I had a good opportunity to test the new card.

These games were ran at 2560x1440 with completely maxed out settings except for SSAA and with NO overclock on the GTX 1080 Ti but a mild overclock of +75 MHz on the core/+250 MHz on the memory on the GTX 1080 FTW (this is already factory overclocked remember). This resulted in a boost to around 2,038 MHz on the GTX 1080 and an impressive boost to 1,911 MHz on the GTX 1080 Ti where is remained until the temperature rose above 71 C. All I did on the GTX 1080 Ti was increase the Power % from 100 to its max. of 120.

The results are as follows:

Sniper Elite 4 - DX12, Magazeno Facility, noted FPS immediately after the save game loads
1080: 70.0 fps
1080 Ti: 101 fps

Resident Evil 5 - DX9, in-game Variable benchmark
1080: 239.7 fps
1080 Ti: 240.6 fps

An oldie, yes, and one that appears to be CPU bound.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor - DX11
1080: Ave. 102.88/Max. 140.96/Min. 65.50 fps
1080 Ti: Ave. 131.85/Max. 187.53/Min. 81.31 fps

Tom Clancy's The Division - DX12, in-game benchmark
1080: [N/A as the game was updating]
1080 Ti: 96.1 fps

Rise of the Tomb Raider - DX12, in-game benchmark
1080: 93.24 fps
1080 Ti: 114.5 fps

Far Cry Primal - DX11, in-game benchmark
1080: Min. 58/Ave. 78/Max. 93 fps
1080 Ti: Min. 57/Ave. 89/Max. 108 fps

For Honor - DX11, in-game benchmark
1080: Min. 68.69/Ave. 92.14/Max. 134.45 fps
1080 Ti: Min. 80.34/Ave. 116.54/Max. 190.48 fps

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands - DX11, in-game benchmark
1080: 52.14 fps
1080 Ti: 59.77 fps

Hitman (2016) - DX12, in-game benchmark
1080: 103.61 fps
1080 Ti: 104.7 fps (???)

As you can see there's a 20 fps boost in framerates to the better optimised games such as Middle-earth, Rise, For Honor and Sniper Elite 4. Resident Evil 5 appears to CPU bound and Far Cry Primal basically maxed one CPU core so I'm not surprised that the framerate only improves by 11 fps. As for Wildlands, well I don't think it's the most optimised game by far but nevertheless the game feels smoother now it runs at 60 fps more of the time.

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Videocard: MSI 1080Ti@2Ghz
Processor: i7 SB @4.9ghz
Mainboard: MSI Z86A GD80
Memory: 16GB Corsair DDR 1866mhz
Soundcard: OB + Creative 5.1
PSU: Corsair 850
Default Today, 07:39 | posts: 570 | Location: Essex

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So I got my new GTX 1080 Ti SC2 the same day NVIDIA released a new driver, v381.89!.
The Ti does so well under water although whatever is set on the core, everything is eventually limited by the 120% power draw.
My FE idles at case ambient temps or just above and even under full load rarely ever goes above +10C of ambient.

I have gone from a significantly over clocked/volted watercooled 780gtx (@1440p) so have noticed some major gains in performance, most notably with the 3gb VRam getting maxed out on the 780.

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