Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by XenthorX, Sep 18, 2016.
For stock then seems fine, not mentioned in his post as the CPU is @4.5 ...
post said stock for Asus OC Mode
Core Clock 1594 MHz (OC mode)
Boost Clock 1708 MHz (OC mode)
Ok what boost this means 2000-2020 ? Anyway in ~2G theritory and 11g memory 10k GPU score is fine.
Shame i didnt act back in summer and bought it when i had the chance for 600-650€
.. now its over 730€, somewhat ok custom min 760-800€.. pffttt.
Yep... been wondering already if I should buy AMD GPUs and keep them just for the sake, probably more money to make in short time than with their stocks
Got my highest FS score...
i7 8700k @ 5620GHz - MSI EKX1080 Ti @ 2202/12580 XOC bios 1.175v
Man I do not know how you keep trying to get higher scores on these benchmarks with Nvidia cards.
GPU boost by Nvidia has sucked all the fun out of overclocking and doing benchmarks for me and many others I bet.
Hell maybe we will get a 1080TI bios editor and I might mess with my 1080Ti cards someday.
Speaking of which, is there any info on something like that? Failed to find anything solid.
Not gonna happen.
This. If they would have found a way, it would have been released already I'd say. Sadly.
Just checked 1080ti prices
novatech.co.uk £732.37 out of stock in stock 1080ti are around £900
i only paid £749 shocked at prices
Just a noob question, will this card even run on an old PC, i wanted to test one of my cards myself but i don't want to break anything since the prices of the gpus are high right now, the rig i want to test this card is on a dq67sw with an i5 2500, is an used rig i had and i want it to sell it on ebay and i want to see if everything is working, but the pci-e is 2.0 and the card says is 3.0, i know it's backwards compatible but the card is too new for this old crappy so i don't know, sorry if i sound too stupid practically i'm new on PC my last rig was that but with a HD 6970, so my knowledge is outdated.
Game load times will be a bit longer and framerate will be slightly lower but it should work fine.
yeah thanks, i will try it now, i just need to check if all the slots in this old mobo are working, no need to install drivers or anything
Be sure you have a suitably powerful PSU.
From your main system specs you seem to have a handle on this, just a reminder.
I paid £699 on 11th March 2017 from Amazon
I had a scare today, especially with the high prices, I thought my card might have snuffed it and its modded beyond returnability.
My PC was on all night and there was no video when I powered the monitor up.
Windows hadnt crashed, the caps lock on the keyboard was still active.
Powered the projector up in case it was on that, nope so powered it down.
Tried Windows + P with arrow keys to force it into action, nope.
Tried plugging into a different port on my monitor and checked the cable ends were fitted properly, no joy still.
Rebooted, heard the Windows boot noise but still a black screen, not even any POST on the screen.
Tried a complete power off/on, the same.
The fix was to power it up with the projector already on.
There was no display for a while after windows loaded then both displays suddenly sprung into action and it works fine now.
No idea what that was.
I'm using 388.31 driver but this was beyond a driver issue because the POST didnt even display.
Just looked online at 1080Ti prices, OCUK, Scan and Amazon, WTF they are now 150 pounds (845 - 950) more than i paid and thats for the cheapest version models. Even the 1050Ti i bought for my daughters at 139 is now 170.
Hopefully this wasting electricity to produce nothing will die when regulation takes away the reasons for its success.
The difficulty to mine has got to increase and/or the coin value drop a lot to make it not worthwhile.