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2017/03/19 15:12:25 (permalink)
I would like to see what people are getting their overclocks at. Bonus points for SLI. This is what I currently have going stable.
 
 

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 15:30:39 (permalink)
    I have not yet pushed mine as I've been too busy to sit down and start tweaking and benchmarking but when I do I will let you all know 

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 15:37:41 (permalink)
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    I have not yet pushed mine as I've been too busy to sit down and start tweaking and benchmarking but when I do I will let you all know 


    Sounds good, thank you!

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 15:45:24 (permalink)
    This is all I could do. Any further and she crashes:

    Here was my quick OC... Stable running benchmarks, games and folding (currently folding in the screenshot)
     
    Benchmarks:
    Fire Strike (20,678) - www.3dmark.com/fs/12049183
    Fire Strike Extreme (13,271): www.3dmark.com/fs/12049225
    Fire Strike Ultra (7,291): www.3dmark.com/fs/12047084
    Time Spy (8,845): www.3dmark.com/spy/1403812
    post edited by zswickliffe - 2017/03/19 17:50:57

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 15:48:38 (permalink)
    zswickliffe
    This is all I could do. Any further and she crashes:

    Here was my quick OC... Stable running benchmarks, games and folding (currently folding in the screenshot)
     
    Benchmarks:
    Fire Strike (20,678) - www. 3dmark.com/fs/12049183
    Fire Strike Extreme (13,271): www. 3dmark.com/fs/12049225
    Fire Strike Ultra (7,291): www. 3dmark.com/fs/12047084
    Time Spy (8,845): www. 3dmark.com/spy/1403812


    Nice! Good scores.

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 15:50:50 (permalink)
    zswickliffe
    This is all I could do. Any further and she crashes:

    Here was my quick OC... Stable running benchmarks, games and folding (currently folding in the screenshot)
     
    Benchmarks:
    Fire Strike (20,678) - www. 3dmark.com/fs/12049183
    Fire Strike Extreme (13,271): www. 3dmark.com/fs/12049225
    Fire Strike Ultra (7,291): www. 3dmark.com/fs/12047084
    Time Spy (8,845): www. 3dmark.com/spy/1403812

    Are you underclock g the memory? Whys your precision x look different?

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 15:54:12 (permalink)
    karmadecoy
    Are you underclock g the memory? Whys your precision x look different?

    Not underclocking the memory... Not sure why it looks different. Haven't changed anything on it...
     
    I'm new to this tool and don't fully understand a few things. Might go back to afterburner because I'm at least used to it. The main problem is that it looks like the GPU is being starved of voltage, even at low temps. I wish I could up the voltage and watch the temps myself (unless it was pegging the thermal limit). That way I would just have it dialed in to my clock and temps that the cooler will allow. 

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 15:54:58 (permalink)
    duplicate

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 15:55:19 (permalink)
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    zswickliffe
    This is all I could do. Any further and she crashes:

    Here was my quick OC... Stable running benchmarks, games and folding (currently folding in the screenshot)

     
    Benchmarks:
    Fire Strike (20,678) - www. 3dmark.com/fs/12049183
    Fire Strike Extreme (13,271): www. 3dmark.com/fs/12049225
    Fire Strike Ultra (7,291): www. 3dmark.com/fs/12047084
    Time Spy (8,845): www. 3dmark.com/spy/1403812

    Are you underclock g the memory? Whys your precision x look different?

    Folding does that. The memory runs slightly slower. CUDA apps do the same thing.

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 15:57:46 (permalink)
    HeavyHemi
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    zswickliffe
    This is all I could do. Any further and she crashes:

    Here was my quick OC... Stable running benchmarks, games and folding (currently folding in the screenshot)


    Benchmarks:
    Fire Strike (20,678) - www. 3dmark.com/fs/12049183
    Fire Strike Extreme (13,271): www. 3dmark.com/fs/12049225
    Fire Strike Ultra (7,291): www. 3dmark.com/fs/12047084
    Time Spy (8,845): www. 3dmark.com/spy/1403812

    Are you underclock g the memory? Whys your precision x look different?

    Folding does that. The memory runs slightly slower. CUDA apps do the same thing.

    Ah ok that makes sense. Thanks.

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 15:59:10 (permalink)
    I'm lost... Isn't that the memory base clock? 
     
    DUH, I just noticed it was 5,000 not 5,500. Oops. Yeah I think it's because the higher the memory clock, the more chance for errors. They'd rather a slower but accurate calculation.

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 16:35:50 (permalink)
    I just installed my two yesterday, just toying around leak checking without serious effort and I stopped @ +150, +500. I think I'm probably close to max'd on memory side, but I think I have a bit more in the tank on the core side to go. I may just stick where I'm at as they are stable and they are boosting at 2038 (sometimes 2050)/6000 ... which I'm pretty happy with for how little effort it took.
     
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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 16:53:22 (permalink)
    rh0ne
    I just installed my two yesterday, just toying around leak checking without serious effort and I stopped @ +150, +500. I think I'm probably close to max'd on memory side, but I think I have a bit more in the tank on the core side to go. I may just stick where I'm at as they are stable and they are boosting at 2038 (sometimes 2050)/6000 ... which I'm pretty happy with for how little effort it took.
     
    FS Extreme: 20236
    FS Ultra: 12918
     


    Your FS score should be higher. Your physics score kills mine. What PSU do you have?

    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18713656

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 16:58:00 (permalink)
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    rh0ne
    I just installed my two yesterday, just toying around leak checking without serious effort and I stopped @ +150, +500. I think I'm probably close to max'd on memory side, but I think I have a bit more in the tank on the core side to go. I may just stick where I'm at as they are stable and they are boosting at 2038 (sometimes 2050)/6000 ... which I'm pretty happy with for how little effort it took.
     
    FS Extreme: 20236
    FS Ultra: 12918
     


    Your FS score should be higher. Your physics score kills mine. What PSU do you have?

    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18713656

    His is FS Extreme and Ultra... You linked to just FS. 

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 17:02:10 (permalink)
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    karmadecoy
    rh0ne
    I just installed my two yesterday, just toying around leak checking without serious effort and I stopped @ +150, +500. I think I'm probably close to max'd on memory side, but I think I have a bit more in the tank on the core side to go. I may just stick where I'm at as they are stable and they are boosting at 2038 (sometimes 2050)/6000 ... which I'm pretty happy with for how little effort it took.

    FS Extreme: 20236
    FS Ultra: 12918



    Your FS score should be higher. Your physics score kills mine. What PSU do you have?

    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18713656

    His is FS Extreme and Ultra... You linked to just FS. 


    Ohhhh that makes more sense.

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 17:03:36 (permalink)

    Time Spy Score 9829
    http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1404438

    Fire Strike Score 23032
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12034129
     
    Fire Strike Extreme Score 13965
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12049532
     
     Fire Strike Ultra Score  7455
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12049438
     
     
    post edited by HeavyHemi - 2017/03/19 17:09:59

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 17:16:41 (permalink)
    karmadecoy
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    rh0ne
    I just installed my two yesterday, just toying around leak checking without serious effort and I stopped @ +150, +500. I think I'm probably close to max'd on memory side, but I think I have a bit more in the tank on the core side to go. I may just stick where I'm at as they are stable and they are boosting at 2038 (sometimes 2050)/6000 ... which I'm pretty happy with for how little effort it took.
    FS Extreme: 20236
    FS Ultra: 12918

    Your FS score should be higher. Your physics score kills mine. What PSU do you have?
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18713656

    His is FS Extreme and Ultra... You linked to just FS. 

    Ohhhh that makes more sense.



    I just ran a normal FS here: 27120
    But - you still beat my GFX scores pretty good in regular FS also. Hmmm. I'm running an AX1200i for PSU. My CPU is clocked to 4.3. I just did this latest run +150, +400. I'm perplexed...

    -rh0ne
     




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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 17:18:30 (permalink)
    rh0ne
    I just ran a normal FS here: 27120
    But - you still beat my GFX scores pretty good in regular FS also. Hmmm. I'm running an AX1200i for PSU. My CPU is clocked to 4.3. I just did this latest run +150, +400. I'm perplexed...


    Higher memory clocks doesn't always mean better scores, FYI. I've pretty much only noticed a degradation.

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 17:27:31 (permalink)
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    rh0ne
    I just ran a normal FS here: 27120
    But - you still beat my GFX scores pretty good in regular FS also. Hmmm. I'm running an AX1200i for PSU. My CPU is clocked to 4.3. I just did this latest run +150, +400. I'm perplexed...

    Higher memory clocks doesn't always mean better scores, FYI. I've pretty much only noticed a degradation.

     
    I have read that, but a 10% hit seems pretty rough for only +400. I'll try a run with memory backed off.
     
    I remembered something - I'm not running the HB bridge, won't fit with my EK blocks unless I get the dremel out. I've only got one NV LED hard bridge. So that might explain some of it (related article), but still 10% hit for that seems high too.
     
    edit: Why did I never consider EVGA HB bridge? It looks like it has a more rational shape than the NV one.
    post edited by rh0ne - 2017/03/19 17:35:11

    -rh0ne
     




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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 17:34:29 (permalink)
    rh0ne
    zswickliffe
    rh0ne
    I just ran a normal FS here: 27120
    But - you still beat my GFX scores pretty good in regular FS also. Hmmm. I'm running an AX1200i for PSU. My CPU is clocked to 4.3. I just did this latest run +150, +400. I'm perplexed...

    Higher memory clocks doesn't always mean better scores, FYI. I've pretty much only noticed a degradation.

     
    I have read that, but a 10% hit seems pretty rough for only +400. I'll try a run with memory backed off.
     
    I remembered something - I'm not running the HB bridge, won't fit with my EK blocks unless I get the dremel out. I've only got one NV LED hard bridge. So that might explain some of it (related article), but still 10% hit for that seems high too.
     
     


    What he is trying to point out is that  if you run the GPU memory clocks too high, you start getting errors. The memory has internal error correction, but it drastically decreases the memory throughput.  You've got 11ghz memory already. plus 400 is adding another 800mhz or 11.8ghz. effective.

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 17:45:35 (permalink)
    HeavyHemi
    What he is trying to point out is that  if you run the GPU memory clocks too high, you start getting errors. The memory has internal error correction, but it drastically decreases the memory throughput.  You've got 11ghz memory already. plus 400 is adding another 800mhz or 11.8ghz. effective.


    Yeah I understand, it was a good suggestion to check. I did a run with memory backed down to +0 and lost a couple hundred points. I'm going to dig up another bridge and see what that does.

    -rh0ne
     




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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 17:49:15 (permalink)
    HeavyHemi

    Time Spy Score 9829
    http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1404438

    Fire Strike Score 23032
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12034129
     
    Fire Strike Extreme Score 13965
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12049532
     
     Fire Strike Ultra Score  7455
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12049438
     
     


    Great scores for single card

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 17:52:11 (permalink)
    rh0ne
    karmadecoy
    zswickliffe
    karmadecoy
    rh0ne
    I just installed my two yesterday, just toying around leak checking without serious effort and I stopped @ +150, +500. I think I'm probably close to max'd on memory side, but I think I have a bit more in the tank on the core side to go. I may just stick where I'm at as they are stable and they are boosting at 2038 (sometimes 2050)/6000 ... which I'm pretty happy with for how little effort it took.
    FS Extreme: 20236
    FS Ultra: 12918

    Your FS score should be higher. Your physics score kills mine. What PSU do you have?
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18713656

    His is FS Extreme and Ultra... You linked to just FS. 

    Ohhhh that makes more sense.



    I just ran a normal FS here: 27120
    But - you still beat my GFX scores pretty good in regular FS also. Hmmm. I'm running an AX1200i for PSU. My CPU is clocked to 4.3. I just did this latest run +150, +400. I'm perplexed...


    I did that with +185 and +500 so that is probably why I got a little extra graphics score.

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 17:55:11 (permalink)
    HeavyHemi

    Time Spy Score 9829
    http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1404438

    Fire Strike Score 23032
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12034129
     
    Fire Strike Extreme Score 13965
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12049532
     
     Fire Strike Ultra Score  7455
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12049438
     
     


    Your CPU decimates my 4790k

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 18:30:04 (permalink)
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    HeavyHemi

    Time Spy Score 9829
    http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1404438

    Fire Strike Score 23032
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12034129
     
    Fire Strike Extreme Score 13965
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12049532
     
     Fire Strike Ultra Score  7455
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12049438
     
     


    Your CPU decimates my 4790k

    Yea I kinda want to upgrade CPU also but I would have to upgrade Mobo and memory also and that gets expensive.

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 19:30:38 (permalink)
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    HeavyHemi

    Time Spy Score 9829
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    Fire Strike Score 23032
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12034129

    Fire Strike Extreme Score 13965
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12049532

    Fire Strike Ultra Score  7455
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12049438




    Your CPU decimates my 4790k

    Yea I kinda want to upgrade CPU also but I would have to upgrade Mobo and memory also and that gets expensive.



    I updated from an i7 980x. So you can imagine the performance increase was pretty dramatic. The last piece was the 1080Ti. I should be good for several years.
     
    Here's my best Time Spy for each for comparison
    http://www.3dmark.com/com../spy/1404438/spy/652045
     

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 21:23:52 (permalink)
    Hi everyone,
    I have a question please help.
    My GTX 1080Ti runs at 1404mhz on idel all the time.
    Is that normal?
    is my first pascal card, my last card was a 780 Classi
    Thanks
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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 22:10:24 (permalink)
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    Great scores for single card




    They are actually about par. 
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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 23:11:50 (permalink)
    Kaapstad
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    They are actually about par. 




    Well sure, unless the bench is flawed, someone running a 6850K at 4.5ghz and a 1080 Ti @2ghz will have a similar results. So, it is 'par' for the settings I'm using. That is the whole point right?

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    Re: 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks 2017/03/19 23:23:29 (permalink)
    Mabc01
    Hi everyone,
    I have a question please help.
    My GTX 1080Ti runs at 1404mhz on idel all the time.
    Is that normal?
    is my first pascal card, my last card was a 780 Classi
    Thanks


    doesn't sound normal you may want to start another thread to get more of a response for your issue. You could try using ddu to uninstall gpu drivers. make sure you do it in safe mode
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