Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by bugsixx, May 7, 2016.
Oki thank you already. As i'm not planning anything extraordinary on this card i'll leave it as is.
I've never seen a good application from the factory, always way too much and usually dried out.
Today i saw a 0C3D review of this card and it was odd but one of the GPU's VRM and one of the GMemory weren't covered by a thermal pad...
I am going to check this anyway and as TinyTomLogan said it himself there was way too much of it all over the ship.
OC3D's review on this MSI Gaming X gtx1080: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aT2lJX_EFY
You confirming this and that's case closed. ill do it no matter the warranty
Thx Agent-A01 and Solfaur
just spotted this in GPU-Z database
1080TI release date - 21.12.2016,
also it will have only 1x8PIN
and normal 8GHZ GDDR5 with 384GB/s,
hopefully it was just a typing error..
If those specs are true (and I have a feeling that they are), then the 1080Ti will be nothing like the 980Ti was vs old Titan X. They simply stripped it down too much, except price, I bet they will even bump that.
I was initially bought this 1070 back in June as a placeholder for the 1080Ti, but if the 1080Ti will be like in those rumors then meh, I'll probably skip it.
Ah I though I posted in 1080TI thread
True, well it "can't" be faster then TitanXP, but also it can't be slower then max OC'ed 1080GTX.
If you compare those specs with TitanXP, then its not so crippled by tflops, it has higher gpu frequency, also higher Gpixel because of it - both 96ROP.
well I looked at the specs and dont seem to understand why they slowed the memory 2ghz. I think they can do better there, considering 1080 1070 and Titan have an effective 10000mhz gdrr5 memory.
Its normal GDDR5 not X with apparently 12GB ram, current maxwell did 7GHz 336GB/s, now its 8GHz like e.g. GTX1070.
But why? The higher end 1080 and Titan go balls out with the better memory. Do you really think those specs listed would literally be the choice of RAM? Why do they Gimp there?! I dont like that.
My new card gtx 1080 Gaming X does this in 3DMarks 2013
Is it any good ?
Settings in MSIAB:
Core Voltage +75mv
power limit +121
temp limit 92
core clock +160
memory not oc'ed yet.
I have it for 2 hours now. Didn't went gaming yet. It gets 0.625v at idle, max it gets 1.081v
I've set a specific curve in MSIAB to keep it under 65°C yet.
Finally got a Gtx 1080 after years with Radeon. Watch Dogs 2 made me do it so I could run it faster on higher settings. And apparently my i7 3820 won't be a bottleneck to any bothersome degree, but maybe not everyone will agree with that.
My 2600k doesn't bottleneck a 1080.. You're fine.. Bottleneck is one of the most overused, and most misunderstood terms in computer history.. Especially when it comes to CPU/GPU pairings. People just throw it around to throw it around without even understanding what it even means. It's a buzzword. Truth is CPU technology really hasn't moved much in 5-6 years. They're more efficient, and the architecture streamlined but in RAW horsepower.. Negligible.. Especially with an overclock. Especially with modern CPUs which are becoming less and less and less overclock friendly because they're pushing the limits of clockspeeds that 5 year old CPUs could easily reach with an overclock.
Are doable in 2150/11k+ ranges.
Edit: Speaking for GPU scores of course.
I think mine is limited at 2126 Mhz and the memory is quiet willing so that is nice.
In search for the sweet spot, but 2150 sounds out of its range atm. 1.080vGPU is the issue or is it that sweet spot ...
Anyone who's had 1080 for a longer time - have you noticed that you get artifacts when OCing your memory? Artifacts that were not present when you first got the card?
I had no problem pushing +500 on the memory when I first got the card without any artifacts. But since the benefit was close to none I didn't keep it OCd. Later I tried OCing again for testing purposes of a new game and noticed some dots appearing here and there during loading screens. Now I still get them even at +350, so it feels like the memory has "deteriorated". Does this make sense?
Plenty of it yes, and thank you bringing to me that it goes so fast on these cards
You just made me giggle, thx for that Anyways, memory certainly didn't "deteriorate" over a months of usage. Most probable reason is that your +500 OC was never stable enough/not tested enough.
Don't have any memory artifacts, i doubt it deteriorates that fast, i had +500 on mem since i got the card.
On mine Zotac GTX1080 AMP I can't go beyond +200MHz on memory, anything above that will cause instant freezing in gaming, rendering doesn't tax too much memory speeds, usually during the rendering memory sits at 4500-4700MHz
Running 2088MHz on mine(+140MHz on core),+200MHz on memory
Still I'm thinking put on mine Extreme BIOS or T4 BIOS from Strix which seems workng well on AMP cards
Hope this helps
I had no trouble running memory at +575 in Afterburner with my Asus Strix 1080 but backed it down to default after reading the above problems with doing so.