The GTX 1080 thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by bugsixx, May 7, 2016.

  1. CronosX9x9X

    CronosX9x9X Master Guru

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    Specially if your running 980ti sli H20 lol :nerd:
     
  2. DStealth

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    Thanks
     
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  3. haste

    haste Maha Guru

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    Well it has kinda weird BIOS because your Afterburner shows max voltage as 1.112V which is 2 bins beyond maximum FE voltages even with maximum voltage offset.
     
  4. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    I could cry... just missed out on getting my GTX 1080 today due to a dopey DPD driver who apparently could not be bothered to walk around to the back to my house to knock on the front door due to a locked gate to a private terraced housing block! Most other couriers, including DPD, have already parked around the back as parking on the main street is not advisable. There's always one and it's always when I am really looking forward to getting something! :(

    Roll on tomorrow when they will attempt redelivery... or not!
     
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  5. DStealth

    DStealth Master Guru

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    It's Asus XOC T4 BIOS flashed...no limits and 1.2v voltage allowed...actually i have no benefits after 1.1v...
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  6. fliperpl

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    is someone experiencing problems with 1080,CSGO and multi display?

    My friend has weird movement in csgo while streaming and while using OBS preview,chrome twitch chat and curse at second monitor.

    With stream and everything open he has 70% cpu usage and 100-150fps in CSGO,without streaming and everything closed 250-400 and 35% cpu usage. Windows 10 64bit. It happends without and with anniversary upadate. Also mouse movement is crappy as hell, like sometimes microstuttering and cutting



    i7 5820k, 16gb ddr4 quad channel,gtx1080,750W gold PSU, msi X99S gaming
    Asus 144hz 1440p monitor and secound one lg 21:9 2560x1080 60hz, drivers version 368. something (the newest from nvidia site), we will try 369.09 soon

    we tried changing OBS encoders, playing with hardware accelerations, changing quality, playing with nvidia 3d options, tried all startup parametrs for CSGO and everything, disabled xbox dvr, we also deleted everything connected to telemetry and windows xbox apps, apps priority, high performance mode in nvidia and power options, we also updated whole drivers for motherboard,lan,chipset etc

    the problem only occurs in CSGO, other games are working flawless.

    Help please, monster PC and cant play CSGO for now :\


    @edit : 369.09 same issue
     
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  7. Maddness

    Maddness Maha Guru

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    Well I gave up waiting for AMD to release a card worthwhile for an upgrade. Vega isn't coming till 2017. That's far to long to wait. Computer shop down the road had $160 off the EVGA 1080 FTW. I couldn't resist. Runs at 2100 60degrees and quiet as a mouse. Couldn't be happier with my purchase.
     
  8. Netherwind

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    That sucks man. Hope you'll get your delivery today? At least you'll have the weekend to play.
     
  9. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    My GTX 1080 FTW was finally delivered about 15 minutes ago by a very grumpy DPD man apparently but, who care about him, it's good times ahead for me. :D

    Should be able to fit and test this card before No Man's Sky is released at 6pm here in the UK. Looking forward to testing the new card out thoroughly across the weekend, in particular those games that previously used all 6 GB of VRAM on my GTX 980 Ti.

    By the way, if anyone wants to buy my EVGA GTX 980 Ti SC for £250 plus P&P costs as posted in the For Sale, Buy or Trade section then please PM me as I would ideally like to sell it as quickly as possible. Ta!
     
  10. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    You have a good card then as most of the ones I've seen being tested tend to only be stable to around 2,050 MHz.

    I wonder what I will get out of mine? Curious to know what it will boost to out of the box without overclocking but just raising the power limit to its max?

    Can't wait to get home and try it to be honest. Shame then that I have an afternoon at work to get through first! Roll on 5pm! I will be out of here like a shot! :D

    P.S. Aren't there supposed to be some new drivers out from NVIDIA this week? I thought I someone on here mention that Tom Petersen from NVIDIA said they'd be out by Tuesday (9th)? No Man's Sky is out today so I would have expected a so-called Game Ready driver for that game.
     

  11. Netherwind

    Netherwind Ancient Guru

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    Congrats on getting your card man.

    I've been quite lucky with this card since it's perfectly stable above 2100 while my old MSI wasn't. I tried pushing it yesterday and 2152 seems to be too much for it since it crashes FireStrike.

    You should most definitely start with raising PT. It's not uncommon that graphically intensive games hit the Power Limit which makes the card throttle down a little. No Man's Sky dont seem like a demanding game so I suppose your 1080 won't exactly sweat.

    Afaik 369.09 is supposed to launch "officially" for all cards next tuesday (?).

    Edit: AndyB says that a Game Ready Driver will launch next week.
    http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/ar...cs-settings-4k-screenshots#comment-2833858039
     
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  12. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    I've just unboxed my card now. Going to have my tea first then fit it straight after. This is my first custom graphics card; previously I'd always bought the reference cards due to them being cheaper. Ironically, the GTX 1080 FTW I bought was £20 cheaper than the official Founder's Edition RRP of £619 before even that when up to silly prices. Ebuyer, Scan and Overclockers are charging £680-£720 for this same card!!! Unbelievable really.
     
  13. Maddness

    Maddness Maha Guru

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    You will be amazed at how quiet the ACX 3.0 cooler is and how cool the card runs. EVGA has done a stellar job on these cards. I'm loving mine.

    I'm off to get a ROG Swift first thing this morning. Currently only have a 1080p panel and Doom runs at 200fps all maxed out. Insane :banana:
     
  14. Daffii

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    So just went out and ordered a MSI 1080 gaming x. I'm a bit skeptical now, as I'm only using a 1080p and plan to upgrade to 1440p in next few months. I'm kinda of thinking I should upgrade monitor first... But i want that Gtx 1080!! Am I getting a bit ahead of myself?

    I can cancel order after getting some advise over the weekend.

    Also, my cpu is a i5 4690k 3.5Ghz... Will i have to plan a upgrade in the near future too?

    Thanks in advance Gurus
     
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  15. Maddness

    Maddness Maha Guru

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    Nah your CPU is fine for the 1080. Just Overclock that puppy. You will love the card, i know I certainly do. Save up for the monitor you want. 1440p is the sweet spot for the 1080 imo.
     

  16. Solfaur

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    I'm at 1440p on a 1070 and it's a great spot to be in as well tbh. That is if we're talking 60Hz, if it's +144Hz then it's a different story. :p
     
  17. SA SYS

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    Hi guys
    i wanted to buy 1070 but ... i told to my self 1080 has much more cuda cores than 1070 and it will be better in my asus mg279q 1440p monitor!

    its really awesome and i like it!!!

    rise of tomb raider ( all settings = very high setting ( not very high present cuase still some options sets on high ) + vxao + purehair high = 60-70
    in some places fps drops to 47-55

    star wars battlefront very high smaa = 110-150fps

    temp most of times without oc is 82 but when i put fan on 75-80% it goes to 77!

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    and i OCed it this way

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    how is it guys? :)
     
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  18. SA SYS

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    any comment?? guys with over in tomb raider my clock is around 1965-2050
    how is it???
    can i over more than this? how?
    tnq
     
  19. Darren Hodgson

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    Fitted my GTX 1080 FTW this afternoon (was intending doing it last night but got distracted by a certain game called No Man's Sky!). Played about an hour of No Man's Sky so far and the card boosts to 2,000 MHz out of the box without any tweaking, although it dropped down to 1,974 MHz for the duration I played it. Temperatures never exceeded 64 C and it is a warm 25 C here in the UK.

    Very impressed with the build quality and quietness of the card, seeing as this is my first non-reference card. Want to test overall stability in games first before I attempt any overclocking. Don't intend doing much benchmarking; I kind of got bored of doing those a few years ago and much prefer to go on how the games feel to play than pointless artificial demos that mean little when it comes to actual gaming performance.
     
  20. DStealth

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    Twelve posts before yours. You can optimize further...
     

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