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Videocard: 2 1080ti h20 w/XOC Bios
Processor: Dual Xeon E5-2678 V3@2.9+
Mainboard: Asus d10pe-d8 ws
Memory: 64GB Samsung 2133@2205
PSU: Dual Psu-1200W/760W Srail
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Ok just heads up to everyone, Even though I posted this on my 980ti vs 1080ti thread.

From my experience on my 2 1080ti hybrid's overclocked, I have gotten performance as much as:

Double + and somewhere around 33% over my last 2 980ti hybrids, overclocked.

To me, That is more then excellent.

Not many programs will do this sadly, some will, This is why I go completely insane with the resolution and filters to put complete stress to the gpu's as much as possible, this way, I can see how much I improved from these cards over the last one, End results = Better then I thought it would be, some programs = not really double, some is well over double, so please keep this in mind.

I can tell you right now, what really did it are the 2 following things:



2nd PSU

Without those 2, Absolutely forget it!!!.

Without the 2nd psu and just run on 1 gpu only = very little throttling, when you go to two, and using XOC bios, Absolutely 2nd psu Is a must to increase stability, my 1200w seasonic gave up on certain situations, now its all fixed, and no shunt mod needed here, ever since I added the 2nd psu, Absolutely no to extremely small throttling(Mainly due to temps),perfect stability, If wanna go insane, this is a must and the safest alternative to prevent throttling.

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