Lost power my GTX1080Ti with i9-7900X pc?

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  1. pandaaviation

    pandaaviation New Member

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    Hy there this is my first post here.So there may be things that are not enough.
    Recently I built a pc of i9-7900X and GTX1080Ti 2WAY-SLI.
    That PC shows me high performance at 3DMARK benchmark.
    But that alone will result in considerably lower performance in real games.
    It is also evident from the fact that utilization of gpu is rather low.
    Of course I reinstalled the GPU driver and OS, but it did not change.
    What kind of cause can be considered?

    MY Fire Strike 1.1 RESULTS
    16248 IN Timespy
    28 977 IN Fire Strike
    It's good but in game is not...:wanker:

    MY PC SPEC
    MoBo:ASUS X299-DELUXE
    CPU:Intel i9-7900X
    CPU COOLER:Noctua NH-D15
    RAM:Corsair Dominator DDR4-2400 16GB*4=64GB
    PSU:Cooler master V1200 platinum
    intel p600 128gb***12288;OS disk
    intel DC3520***12288;GAME AND documents disk
    Windows 10PRO 64bit
    NVIDIA DRIVER 384.76

    Please help me...
    Regards,
    panda
     
  2. GeniusPr0

    GeniusPr0 Maha Guru

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    Do you have the HB SLI bridge? I would try both cards by themselves, if there 's no problems then it's SLI being crap. I would of also expected a higher firestrike. I had 30K+ in 2014.
     
  3. pandaaviation

    pandaaviation New Member

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    Hello,
    Of course I tried several hb-sli bridges.But it does not seem to change..
    I can get IN Fire Strike
    Graphics score
    50 025
    Physics score
    23 666
    Combined score
    7 588

    Regards,
    panda
     
  4. Miken420

    Miken420 Member Guru

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    Make sure the game in question supports SLi to begin with. If it doesn't, then try running it with 1 card disabled.

    Also, if the game does support SLi / is known for having good SLi support, maybe try some things like making sure the game is in Fullscreen mode, or turning off V-Sync.
     

  5. beta-sama

    beta-sama Member Guru

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  6. anxious_f0x

    anxious_f0x Maha Guru

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    What games in particular are you having issues with?
     
  7. pandaaviation

    pandaaviation New Member

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    Thanks guys.

    Of course, I know that there are sli-compatible games and non-compatible games, but even games like gta 5 seems to be 20-30% utilization per gpu.
    On the HWiNFO 64 it seems that thermal throttling is not happening.
    In the 3dmark, it seems that there is not much difference in Combined Score compared with pc of the same composition.
    It seems that there is not much difference in Combined Score compared with pc of the same composition. The highest value is 7,999.
    There is probably something between i9-7900x and some models gtx 1080ti.
     
  8. A M D BugBear

    A M D BugBear Ancient Guru

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    Try running your benchmark at a higher resolution, this way, puts better utilization across the gpu's, and less favor to the cpu.

    you gpu's are calling for much higher settings, crank it up some, higher settings and resolution = more favor to the gpu.

    Also use nvidia inspector, and try using the catzilla sli bits, under sli, put them all under autoselect, found out this gives very small increase in my final score in firestrike ultra.

    Also, Always try to use nvidia inspector, AKA = Nvidia's Best Friend, for your sli setup and games and also AA, most of the time, it pays off, you won't regret it, it is a must program to have.
     
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  9. anxious_f0x

    anxious_f0x Maha Guru

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    What resolution and refresh rate are you gaming at? GTA 5 really hits my cards hard at max settings and 3440x1440 resolution @100Hz.

    If you're playing at low resolutions and 60Hz then the GPU's aren't going to be doing a lot.
     
  10. pandaaviation

    pandaaviation New Member

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    I'm running 2560×1080 resolution @144Hz
    GTA5 Maximum out setting[etc longshadow]
    GPU utilization is 50% now
    Frames Per Second (Higher is better) Min, Max, Avg
    Pass 0, 40.381760, 83.015762, 70.219795
    Pass 1, 39.936005, 83.534622, 63.733700
    Pass 2, 52.812195, 137.125412, 75.059082
    Pass 3, 57.636314, 140.949890, 106.277557
    Pass 4, 22.570040, 137.691666, 78.687401

    Fire Strike Ultra 1.1
    Graphics Score
    12 909
    Physics Score
    23 737
    Combined Score
    6 319
    Looking at other i9 and gtx 1080 ti sli, it seems that Combined Score is lower than Broadwell E .

    Regards,
    panda
     

  11. Mda400

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    The two Nvidia control panel settings that can make or break performance (excluding V-Sync) are power management and max pre-rendered frames.

    Try at least Adaptive under power management (default is Optimal Power which may not ramp up the graphics card's frequency high enough for it's workload) and max pre-rendered frames set to 1 (Set this to 1 globally unless you are running a CPU intensive application. This causes the GPU to wait until the CPU has created the specified number of frames before it renders them, which can allow for stable delivery while the CPU is near-utilized).

    Seeing as you have a powerful processor, lowering the max pre-rendered frames setting might help.
     
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  12. pandaaviation

    pandaaviation New Member

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    Thanks Mda400
    pre-rendered frames can not be used in sli, only the power option is set to maximum performance.
    The case seems to be incompatible with nvidia's 384.xx driver in some x299 environments.
    Also, nvidia knows about it and seems to take measures in collaboration with motherboard makers in the future.

    Regards,
    panda
     
  13. Mda400

    Mda400 Master Guru

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    Maximum pre-rendered frames can be altered with SLI, they say it isn't recommend below the default of 3 as it might starve the GPU's but that could be dependant on how fast the CPU is.
    There will always be an additional frame to prepare with SLI so a setting of 1 will mean 2.

    Games these days are providing less and less confidence that multi-gpu will even provide a benefit. It's best to get the fastest card you can for your budget, then see if you really need a second.
     
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  14. Netherwind

    Netherwind Ancient Guru

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    Try updating your mobo BIOS, could be a conflict right there.
     
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  16. -Tj-

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    Yeah, apparently you need 382.xx driver, all 384.xx+ have this bug.
     
  17. pandaaviation

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    Thank you everyone.
    When Nvidia 385.12 driver was applied, performance improvement of more than 10% was seen.
     
  18. JaxMacFL

    JaxMacFL Maha Guru

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    I would leave sli and crossfire alone and get the biggest and baddest single video card available and grin all the time. :>)
     
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