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**Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Thread**

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by subbytna, Aug 5, 2016.

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  1. KNiVES

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    It definitely is, I routinely play BF4 and BF1 at 4k.

    BF1 is pretty great because it has full controller support (including aim assist) so I can play it on the big screen :)
     
  2. azazl187

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    I play BF4 maxed out at 4K without any AA and im pulling over 120fps most of the time. I can guarantee it is very doable.
     
  3. azazl187

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    Yea ill try again when i have some more time in the evening. At the moment GPU Tweak is doing a stellar job but i do miss the full onscreen info the MSI AB brings.
     
  4. spot35

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    Geez. Impressive. I can't get mine to go over 2000 without is bugging out during the first couple of scenes in Superposition bench. Most I've got it to be stable is at 1974/6100.
     
  5. robaczek

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    Interesting, I have +100MHz on GPU clock and +450MHz on Memory Clock on my Zotac AMP Extreme. Anything above it and Superposition starts throwing artifacts. I was able to go around +150MHz on GPU and +600MHz on memory before it started crashing the driver ;-)
     
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  6. Silent_Scone

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    Water helps. 2100 can be tough without it. Was the same on my last two TX
     
  7. boot_shark

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    Hey brother - I have an Amp Extreme too but can only achieve a stable +45 on the GPU without touching voltage. Have you increased your voltage? If so, how much? I'm scared to do so!
     
  8. danoliver1

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    You can't change the voltage on pascal only the % so just whack it on 100%.
     
  9. CaptainRAVE

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    What are you using to overclock it? I have maxed voltage % too.
     
  10. V F

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  11. orbitalwalsh

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  12. Smffy

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    This, think of it as allowing the card 100% of its max power draw. If you struggle with the temperatures then water is your friend ;)
     
  13. orbitalwalsh

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  15. Azrael1

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    Hi Chaps, I got my replacement Aorus 1080TI but got an extreme as it was the same price. The speed difference is 0 as they both boosted to the same. However there is no humming / Vibrating noise with this one.
     
  16. SimBoy

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    Well, I asked months ago if MSI will bring out a 1080Ti Lightning and today it's been officially anounced they are :)

    "We are also told that the GTX 1080 TI LIGHTNING Z will feature Mystic Light support. The RGB Light-ning? Why not. It’s no longer black and yellow, it’s black and whatever color you are about to choose." says Videocardz magazine.

    Sign me up - I've been waiting very patiently for this release ;)
     
  17. Curlyriff

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    Almost there. No need for DVI and could have made it single slot though really I feel. it also would have made more room on the PCB to maybe loose another cm or so in length. Certainly working their way closer to the ITX size I would like.
     
  18. Smffy

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  19. boot_shark

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    Aw ok. Did this and still couldn't hit a stable +50 on GPU.

    Oh well. It was for bragging rights alone anyway.

    Thanks brother!
     
  20. Dirk Diggler

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