The GTX 1080-Ti Thread

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

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  1. Radical_53

    Radical_53 Ancient Guru

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    Yes, well that makes perfect sense. Both of the cards I had here were fine with +750MHz memory, no errors or slowdowns.
    With water cooling and max voltage, I'd also expect the chip to hit at least 2.1GHz to be satisfied.
    Otherwise it makes no sense to pay premium for the cooling.
     
  2. DStealth

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    Yes...locked the voltage to 1.1v and seems 2100/12400 could become stable...just the consumption is rediculous with XOC BIOS w/o limits :))
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  3. methanol88

    methanol88 Master Guru

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    Hey all, Happy holidays.

    Short question. I am building a monster pc and i want a 1080 ti. I will be gaming at 144p.

    I am between the asus strix and the msi trio one. Anyone has any experience? In terms of silence and temperatures because in essence all those cards are the same.

    Thanks!
     
  4. sertopico

    sertopico Maha Guru

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    I got the Strix OC and I am extremely satisfied, temps are great and the card doesn't go much down with the frequencies while gaming thanks to that. I didn't try the other one though.
     
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    Thank you for the quick response! I was leaning towards the strix because of the AC:O bundle as well, which is a decent game.
     
  6. mahanddeem

    mahanddeem Master Guru

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    The Asus 1080ti OC is s great card, and I'm really a picky person.
    Fast, quiet, well-built and well compatable with msi afterburner, not like the other "2-slot" junk I had before it.
     
  7. Dagda

    Dagda Master Guru

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    Is zotac a good brand for these kind of cards, i hear some people say that they are cheap on everything they do.
     
  8. Radical_53

    Radical_53 Ancient Guru

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    Over here, Zotac has one of the longest warranty periods.
    Other than that, the best to choose between manufacturers would be the cooling solution (what's installed and what's allowed) and software bundle.
     
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  9. DStealth

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    Sounds like AMD commercial - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cool'n'Quiet
    Aside from the jokes Zotac are making good boards since very long time last couple of generations their cooling solutions are very good...definitely not a bad choice. ;)
     
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    thank you people
     

  11. jura11

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    Agree with Zotac cards,have owned only GTX1080 AMP which has been great card although that card run hotter for my liking but that's only in rendering where GTX1080 has been sandwiched with Titan X SC with Raijintek Morpheus II cooler

    Friend have Zotac AMP Extreme which is lot better and that card is running lot cooler than my old one

    Palit or Gainward are great cards as well, but as above I would go with card with longest warranty

    EVGA I prefer but my old GTX1080 from EVGA is one poor OC'er

    Hope this helps

    Thanks, Jura
     
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    W@w@Y Ancient Guru

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    changed from a Strix 1080 to a Strix 1080ti cos I promised a friend I would sell him my Strix 1080 for a very good price (price of a Bnew 1070) since he was building a new system

    Anyway, This is stock Asus Strix 1080ti settings (OC mode)..Is this score on par with other Strix 1080tis? ( Saw one with an 8700k and scored 11400....WOW)

    Running an i7 7820x OCed to 4.5Ghgz

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  13. darrenj

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    Loving my Asus ROG Strix OC 1080ti phanteks water cooled. Asus own GPU app works very well and is very stable for costum clocks, very cool running.
    My new i7 8700k on the other hand runs hotter than my i7 6700k... not happy
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  14. darrenj

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    The core systems are pretty new: PSU, graphic card, CPU, mother board, always tweeking the watercooling. Bought a riser cable from Amazon. I am looking for a new case just for shits and giggles, but I am so uninspired by all the horribly ventilated midtowers out there. I hope the trend will change in 2018
     
  15. endbase

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    quote My new i7 8700k on the other hand runs hotter than my i7 6700k... not happy

    Why is that not an surprise for me reading it all over the internet FYI so I stick to my 7700K for now
     

  16. jura11

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    Hi there

    Is yours case EVOLV ATX? If yes then really I would recommend modify front and top panel at least as stock panels are quite restrictive, friend have this case and he modified front and top panel on this case and his temperatures dropped by 5-7°C

    In yours case you are limited by radiator space and fans used plus ambient temperature,as rule of thumb is 120mm per every component plus 120mm per component if you are OC, but usually 2*360mm or 360mm and 240mm radiator should suffice

    Have look I have run 3*GPUs all OC plus 5820k or 5960x both OC to 4.5Ghz with 360mm plus 240mm radiators both 60mm thick and my temperatures never been a problem for me

    Good choice of radiators plus fans can help a lot plus if once case have poor airflow is very hard to make case flow more without modification, wish more reviewers pays more attention to this when they review case because more and more are putting their CPU or GPU under water

    Hope this helps

    Thanks, Jura
     
  17. darrenj

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    Thanks..my case is the Entho Pro M not the EVOLV. Well ventilated front and top, much better than most of the all glass planel fanfare at the moment out there. Yes its a bit tight on space. I think a 120 rad ill fit on top but. But I invested in i78600K and motherboard. I might consider investing in a better ventilated M-ATX case and then a 120rad.
     
  18. jura11

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    Hi there

    I thought so you have EVOLV case and not Pro M, Pro M should be OK there as you said already that case do have good ventilated top and front

    Did you tried add more fans at top if this does help with better temperatures

    If budget allows then I would suggest get Magicool G2 360mm radiator, these radiators cost around £39 or this one Darkside LP360 which I think is very similar to HWLabs GTS360 or rather LS360
    https://www.mayhems.net/collections/radiators/products/darkside-triple-lp360-extra-slim-radiator

    https://www.overclockers.co.uk/magicool-g2-slim-radiator-16-fpi-360mm-wc-024-ma.html

    Have used both radiators and both perform pretty good and for fans, budget one Noiseblocker BlackSilent Fan XLP £5.99 per fan or Arctic Cooling F12 are good budget fans

    Hope this helps

    Thanks, Jura
     
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  19. DStealth

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    Your score seems low..1080ti on air sub 2100 are getting 11.2-3k GPU and even 5820k are exceeding 10k total score :)
    1080Ti on some peeps are getting 11700+ GPU score :)

    Edit: For SkaylakeX there are two additional settings you have to push 1st memory speed and 2nd Mesh ~3-3.2Ghz ....
     
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  20. Icanium

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    His score was for a "Stock Clock".
     
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