The GTX 1080-Ti Thread

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

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  1. tensai28

    tensai28 Maha Guru

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    Of course. I meant you have your power limit and core voltage maxed. I was wondering how much throttling that produced..
     
  2. tensai28

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    Okay so I tried maxing out both my power limit and core voltage to see what happened. Now I have a core of 2025mhz and I'm working on raising my memory a little more. I didn't even touch the core just left it at +40. It throttles down to 2012mhz and so on but still much better than before. I heard this suggested several times on here but don't know why I never tried it.
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    Update: Okay, memory is gonna have to stay at +400...it was worth a try.

    Here I am after thermal throttling. Did about two passes on the heaven benchmark.
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    I guess what confused me was I thought people said to only raise the core voltage and power limit. By doing that I didn't reach 2ghz. It was only by raising both of these in combination with my current +40mhz on the core that I was able to hit a clock speed of 2025mhz, 1999.5mhz(2ghz) after both throttle points.
    Overall I am very happy with my overclock. Thanks so much to everyone who helped and gave advice.:)
     
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  3. cole2109

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    My Strix has very average GPU. 2025-2038MHz :( but crazy MEM clock 800+MHz (artefacts at 830MHz)
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  4. tensai28

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    If that's average then mine is crap. I can't go over +400 memory and a max clock of 2025mhz (2ghz after throttling) at max voltage. I'd say be happy with it. You got lucky.
     

  5. cole2109

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    My old 1080 Strix was stable 2100+ at stock voltage.
     
  6. Radical_53

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    Conparing clock levels online makes sense with absolute values, due to the different starting points.
    My card will do slightly above 12.5GHz for the memory and just about 2GHz on stock voltage. Max. voltage is good enough for ~2075MHz IIRC.
    Normally I just raise the memory speed and power target.
     
  7. tensai28

    tensai28 Maha Guru

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    I just got my card to an additional 2012mhz after throttling +60 on the core. Mostly staying at 2025mhz.
     
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    You cannot compare the regular 1080 to the 1080Ti since the Ti has a "bigger" chip. I also had a 1080 Strix and like you it achieved 2100 on air without any problems.
     
  9. cole2109

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    I know that. But still my TI has average OC on GPU. MEM is a different story :D
     
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    Idk, I'm glad I'm not on the 19xx MHz side at least :D Anything over 2050 on air isn't that common, right?
     

  11. cole2109

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    2050 is good but everything above 2070 is win win :)
    I will try to push my to 2050 but i doubt :(
     
  12. SSJBillClinton

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    I feel like my Seahawk is a pretty crap card then tbh! I never go over 45c, but I've noticed during FFXV I get the dreaded 1911 throttling. What's the best way to get it to stay at a high clock? Power limit mod ROM?
     
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    Undervolt is the only easy, viable option.
     
  14. SSJBillClinton

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    Blerf, guess I'll just suck it up and leave it then. :(
     
  15. Agent-A01

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    Why?

    Undervolt is nice on Pascal.

    I use .96v~ at 2050mhz with zero throttling.

    Try like 1.0v, you could easily do >1911
     

  16. SSJBillClinton

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    Huh, well if that's the case I'll give it a shot when I get back. Bit confused as to how undervolting prevents throttling though?
     
  17. tensai28

    tensai28 Maha Guru

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    Less voltage=less heat
     
  18. yasamoka

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    His card is water-cooled, it's not an issue of heat. Undervolting reduces power draw, and coupled with the 120% power limit on the 1080Ti, is super effective.
     
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  19. cole2109

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    I was playing with voltage curve editor and that is new max GPU OC.
    2063MHz. Under 60°C core is 2063 and above 61°C core drops to 2050MHz.

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    Ah that makes sense, cheers for clarifying.
     
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