The GTX 1080-Ti Thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by XenthorX, Sep 18, 2016.

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  1. tfam26

    tfam26 Guest

    Just sold a guy at work my Gaming X 1080 for 350$ /w liquid metal on it and went out and upgraded to the 1080ti Gaming X tonight.

    So far this thing is actually running cooler in both idle and light load than my 1080 did after applying liquid metal, I haven't tried games yet. Also, one of the two R22 inductors was uncovered when I opened it... is that normal on these cards? I went ahead and applied a thermal pad to it anyway so no big deal I guess.
     
  2. fantaskarsef

    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    Well then welcome to the club tfam26. ;)
    Did you take pictures of your PCB in regard to that inductor?
     
  3. Singleton99

    Singleton99 Maha Guru

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    Bonus input: best 1080ti to include the above? Seriously thinking about the 1080ti aorus xtreme!!![/QUOTE]


    You surely wont be disapointed with a 1080ti aorus xtreme , i've been very happy with mine and can run @ 2012mhz and only 0.993 volts ,temps never go over 59-60c no throttling at all ,and with a bit more overclocking i can run @ 2050-2063mhz and +450 on the memory but need a more aggressive fan curve though .
     
  4. DStealth

    DStealth Master Guru

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    These 8700k are really pushing 1080ti's to new heights 24th world score single card
    With cheapo Z370+non delided CPU on AIO and stock air Palit Geamerock with XOC BIOS@1.1v...
    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/13973532
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  5. tfam26

    tfam26 Guest

    I did not.

    All is well though apparently. I'm getting AC:O temps of about 60c and Middle Earth temps about 2c higher so I'm good I think.

    edit: ambients are around 74f
     
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  6. wtbarms

    wtbarms Member Guru

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    I haven't been GPU shopping in a while. Other than the blower style cards, are any of the 1080 TIs to be avoided? (As a quiet cool single card solution.)
     
  7. archie123

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    I had the strix , noisy as hell , sent it back :D
     
  8. wtbarms

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    Noted! That was on my list to look at. Thanks!
     
  9. darrenj

    darrenj Ancient Guru

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    Meh ! Do it any way
     
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    The MSI ARMOR 11G OC
     

  11. yasamoka

    yasamoka Ancient Guru

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    Unless you get it in order to replace that cooler with a waterblock.
     
  12. darrenj

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    Out of the box 1080ti Strix OC score -18000, water cooled
    With overclocked i7-6700K at 3.8
     
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  13. darrenj

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    Clocked the i7-6700K to 4.5 and got 21139... getting there !!
     
  14. DStealth

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    Where ? :)
     
  15. mahanddeem

    mahanddeem Master Guru

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  16. Slinkyminx

    Slinkyminx Master Guru

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    Greetings, I have tried a few 1080's and 1080 Ti's and I have to say I am rather surprised, pleasantly!! By this Zotac... (AMP Extreme Core edition) it clocks out of the box at 2038 and holds that for a shocking amount of time, while remaining cool and quiet !! (trust me I am fussy about the quiet bit, sent several cards back until I found 'quiet')

    HOWEVER, I am getting occasional micro-stutters which I have no idea what is causing them, nothing game breaking but still, one thing I would like to try is down-clocking the memory as I THINK, this memory is overclocked!?? No idea if that could cause the problem, but I am trying everything.

    SO, may I ask if anybody knows the default memory clock speeds, so I can set in afterburner?

    THANK YOU!
     
  17. archie123

    archie123 Ancient Guru

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    Reference cards ......
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  18. Slinkyminx

    Slinkyminx Master Guru

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    Very much appreciated !

    I should point out by the way the micro stuttering doesn't surface AT ALL in Doom and Metro LL, they run to absolute perfection. Battlefront 2 and Battlefield 1 seem to be having problems.
     
  19. archie123

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    well.......... i have just started getting some stuttering in BF1 that ive never had before and ive been playing since launch so maybe look at drivers or game first . It might not be your hardware :)
     
  20. Slinkyminx

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    I appreciate that, that's how it seems with me too, thank you
     
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