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2017/03/16 13:10:33 (permalink)
So I just got my 1080 Ti & noticed my GPU clock speeds hitting 1912Mhz at times without any overclocking at all.  Am I missing something with how these cards boost/work, or is there something crazy going on with my card?  At first I thought it was just Precision being broken/not updated for the TI's but even the new version of GPU-Z that came out yesterday reports it like this.  Attached is an example; you can see there's no GPU clock offset & the tick marks for the base/boost clocks being well below what the meter is showing in addition to it reading 1873Mhz on both Precision & GPU-Z.  I superimposed the "Graphics Card" tab of GPU-Z to show the base/boost clocks being 1481/1582 too.  This also happens whether Precision is running or not, so I think that effectively eliminates any weird behind-the-scenes stuff happening from Precision.  It does go down to 1480Mhz at idle too for what that's worth.
 
Did I get really lucky with this card or am I just a moron?
 
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/16 13:20:54 (permalink)
    Looks like you got a winner!  Congrats!!!
     
     
    Your temps look decent as well.  Must have a well ventilated case...

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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/16 13:21:37 (permalink)
    what speeds do you get when you turn on k boost?

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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/16 13:22:02 (permalink)
    Welcome to Nvidia Boost 3.0
     
    Slide Power & Temp target full right -- you might get even more

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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/16 13:28:05 (permalink)
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    So I just got my 1080 Ti & noticed my GPU clock speeds hitting 1912Mhz at times without any overclocking at all.  Am I missing something with how these cards boost/work, or is there something crazy going on with my card?  At first I thought it was just Precision being broken/not updated for the TI's but even the new version of GPU-Z that came out yesterday reports it like this.  Attached is an example; you can see there's no GPU clock offset & the tick marks for the base/boost clocks being well below what the meter is showing in addition to it reading 1873Mhz on both Precision & GPU-Z.  I superimposed the "Graphics Card" tab of GPU-Z to show the base/boost clocks being 1481/1582 too.  This also happens whether Precision is running or not, so I think that effectively eliminates any weird behind-the-scenes stuff happening from Precision.  It does go down to 1480Mhz at idle too for what that's worth.
     
    Did I get really lucky with this card or am I just a moron?
     




    Nice! I remember the 1080 FE's tended to have better OC potential vs the AIB 1080's that came later. Might be true for the 1080 Ti FE as well.
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/16 13:41:07 (permalink)
    So I am a moron & Cool GTX just said it in a much nicer way lol.  I didn't realize it would boost so far past it's rated boost speed with Boost 3.0.  With the power & temp targets all the way to the right & K-Boost turned on I get 1898Mhz but I swear I've seen it hit 1912Mhz before just normal.  Not sure if that's good or not but I'm not going to complain!
     
    The case is an Ncase M1.  It's funny because prior to this I had a 980TI MSI 6G card that didn't have the blower style fan & all the heat just stayed stagnant in the case causing everything to get hotter above the card.  Being a SFF case the reference/blower style is performing way better from a heat dissipation standpoint.  I was actually looking forward to getting a founders edition 1080 TI just for this.
     
    Thanks for all the replies guys!
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/16 13:58:47 (permalink)
    FYI,
     
    K-boost = full power and does Not slowdown to idle - ever
     
    K-boost may help your benchmark scores, I'd think really hard about keeping it on all the time because of the heat your card will generate with it On
     
    10 series GPU like it when cool as possible, heat = less MHz before the actual throttling happens, the magic of Boost 3.0
     
    Enjoy your new power, Game On
     
     
     
     

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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 17:53:50 (permalink)
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    So I just got my 1080 Ti & noticed my GPU clock speeds hitting 1912Mhz at times without any overclocking at all.  Am I missing something with how these cards boost/work, or is there something crazy going on with my card?  At first I thought it was just Precision being broken/not updated for the TI's but even the new version of GPU-Z that came out yesterday reports it like this.  Attached is an example; you can see there's no GPU clock offset & the tick marks for the base/boost clocks being well below what the meter is showing in addition to it reading 1873Mhz on both Precision & GPU-Z.  I superimposed the "Graphics Card" tab of GPU-Z to show the base/boost clocks being 1481/1582 too.  This also happens whether Precision is running or not, so I think that effectively eliminates any weird behind-the-scenes stuff happening from Precision.  It does go down to 1480Mhz at idle too for what that's worth.
     
    Did I get really lucky with this card or am I just a moron?
     


    Wow  I was just admiring your results and thinking to myself "I should be so lucky."   Then I ran Time Spy and got pretty much the exact same thing.  Assuming its not a glitch like you first thought as well, mnye82, this is nice.  I peaked at 1873 (coincidence?) near the beginning of Time Spy, then it bounced around 1822, 1810, 1850, etc.  No OC'ing, and my GPU-Z mirrored the result, though I only screenshot the Precision window.  Far be it from me to normally look a gifthorse in the mouth, but are these cards really _that_ good?  While i doubt such luck, I'm sure not gonna complain if it's correct.  
     
     

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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 17:58:50 (permalink)
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    So I just got my 1080 Ti & noticed my GPU clock speeds hitting 1912Mhz at times without any overclocking at all.  Am I missing something with how these cards boost/work, or is there something crazy going on with my card?  At first I thought it was just Precision being broken/not updated for the TI's but even the new version of GPU-Z that came out yesterday reports it like this.  Attached is an example; you can see there's no GPU clock offset & the tick marks for the base/boost clocks being well below what the meter is showing in addition to it reading 1873Mhz on both Precision & GPU-Z.  I superimposed the "Graphics Card" tab of GPU-Z to show the base/boost clocks being 1481/1582 too.  This also happens whether Precision is running or not, so I think that effectively eliminates any weird behind-the-scenes stuff happening from Precision.  It does go down to 1480Mhz at idle too for what that's worth.
     
    Did I get really lucky with this card or am I just a moron?
     


    Wow  I was just admiring your results and thinking to myself "I should be so lucky."   Then I ran Time Spy and got pretty much the exact same thing.  Assuming its not a glitch like you first thought as well, mnye82, this is nice.  I peaked at 1873 (coincidence?) near the beginning of Time Spy, then it bounced around 1822, 1810, 1850, etc.  No OC'ing, and my GPU-Z mirrored the result, though I only screenshot the Precision window.  Far be it from me to normally look a gifthorse in the mouth, but are these cards really _that_ good?  While i doubt such luck, I'm sure not gonna complain if it's correct.  
     
     


    Same thing here. Stock boost over 1870. +130 gives me a solid 2000mhz without  voltage tweaks...I just get it installed so I'm still experimenting.
     
    Okay...
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    post edited by HeavyHemi - 2017/03/17 18:06:45

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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 18:18:00 (permalink)
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 18:28:12 (permalink)
    Looks like the stock boost will be around 1900 on air without any voltage increase or upping your power target. Drag those sliders all the way to the right and see what you get. This makes me happy and confident that under water I'll be able to easily hit 2000+ without any throttling. Maybe even 2100 if temps are low enough and max the voltage. My 1080 FTW was awesome. It would stay a steady 2180-2190, with over 2200+ common in burst with my great ambient temps and great water cooling. Idled at 14-15C and never got over 35-36C even after long hours of playing a game. I just had to bundle up when I went to bed where I kept it so cold in my room. But it is worth it. I'm very excited to see if I can get another somewhat golden chip with The Ti.
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 18:36:50 (permalink)
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    Same thing here. Stock boost over 1870. +130 gives me a solid 2000mhz without  voltage tweaks...I just get it installed so I'm still experimenting.
     
    Okay...
    7 320 with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti(1x) and Intel Core i7-6850K
     
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12033743


    Nice result, HeavyHemi.  I'm impressed I actually managed 6151 on my stock clock i5-4670K: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18665576 
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 19:26:35 (permalink)
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    Nice one man! I think it's safe to say you won the silicon lottery. That's a gold card you got their! 

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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 21:20:53 (permalink)
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    Looks like the stock boost will be around 1900 on air without any voltage increase or upping your power target. Drag those sliders all the way to the right and see what you get. This makes me happy and confident that under water I'll be able to easily hit 2000+ without any throttling. Maybe even 2100 if temps are low enough and max the voltage. My 1080 FTW was awesome. It would stay a steady 2180-2190, with over 2200+ common in burst with my great ambient temps and great water cooling. Idled at 14-15C and never got over 35-36C even after long hours of playing a game. I just had to bundle up when I went to bed where I kept it so cold in my room. But it is worth it. I'm very excited to see if I can get another somewhat golden chip with The Ti.
    holy cow that must be a cold room. My AC bill would go threw the roof even trying to attempt to have that cold of a amibent. Sounds like it must be in the high 40s to 50f(9-10c) in your room.
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 22:16:22 (permalink)
    Okay, I think I have things dialed in a bit better now
     
     
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18669255?

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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 22:26:18 (permalink)
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    Okay, I think I have things dialed in a bit better now
     
     
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18669255?


    oh dang those Core clock696 MHzMemory bus clock405 MHz 
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 22:33:09 (permalink)
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    Okay, I think I have things dialed in a bit better now
     
     
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18669255?


    oh dang those Core clock696 MHzMemory bus clock405 MHz 


    The clocks were bouncing around 2000mhz. The memory is at stock. Custom fan curve topped out at 65% at 75C. Not bad at all.

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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 22:35:09 (permalink)
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    Okay, I think I have things dialed in a bit better now
     
     
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18669255?


    oh dang those Core clock696 MHzMemory bus clock405 MHz 


    The clocks were bouncing around 2000mhz. The memory is at stock. Custom fan curve topped out at 65% at 75C. Not bad at all.


    gotta love the 3dmark errors just thought it was funny it reported so low. can't wait for my 1080ti. though I am currently running a 1070 that 50% graphics score looks awsome
     http://www.3dmark.com/com...y/1397368/spy/1397463#
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 22:46:08 (permalink)
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    Looks like the stock boost will be around 1900 on air without any voltage increase or upping your power target. Drag those sliders all the way to the right and see what you get. This makes me happy and confident that under water I'll be able to easily hit 2000+ without any throttling. Maybe even 2100 if temps are low enough and max the voltage. My 1080 FTW was awesome. It would stay a steady 2180-2190, with over 2200+ common in burst with my great ambient temps and great water cooling. Idled at 14-15C and never got over 35-36C even after long hours of playing a game. I just had to bundle up when I went to bed where I kept it so cold in my room. But it is worth it. I'm very excited to see if I can get another somewhat golden chip with The Ti.
    holy cow that must be a cold room. My AC bill would go threw the roof even trying to attempt to have that cold of a amibent. Sounds like it must be in the high 40s to 50f(9-10c) in your room.


    It's cold where I live and I just leave the window cracked at different amounts depending on how cold it is that day and shut my door and put something under the door so it doesn't affect the rest of the house. I have natural gas heat so no worries about vents blowing warm air into my room. I only crack the window when I'm going to game so it's not always that cold. Then when I'm done I just shut it back down.
    In the summer, I have a dryer hose fit into a custom made vent guard that runs directly into the back of my case, dumping cold air into the case when it's on. It's not as nice as winter time but makes for some fun benchmarking and timing it with My AC kicking on, lol. With HWMonitor running all day while I'm at work, I've seen the minimum temps hit sub 10C all the time at idle. Lowest CPU core I've seen was ~3-5C at idle. Forgot to close the cracked window before going to work that day. GPU got a low as ~6C or so.
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 23:12:56 (permalink)
    Great card OP and nice numbers Hemi.  These cards are looking great.  

    I think I saw the LN2 guys push one modified FE to 2500+ or so he says.

    Found it.  Kingpin at work.

     
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    It's cold where I live and I just leave the window cracked at different amounts depending on how cold it is that day and shut my door and put something under the door so it doesn't affect the rest of the house. I have natural gas heat so no worries about vents blowing warm air into my room. I only crack the window when I'm going to game so it's not always that cold. Then when I'm done I just shut it back down.
    In the summer, I have a dryer hose fit into a custom made vent guard that runs directly into the back of my case, dumping cold air into the case when it's on. It's not as nice as winter time but makes for some fun benchmarking and timing it with My AC kicking on, lol. With HWMonitor running all day while I'm at work, I've seen the minimum temps hit sub 10C all the time at idle. Lowest CPU core I've seen was ~3-5C at idle. Forgot to close the cracked window before going to work that day. GPU got a low as ~6C or so.



    Careful you don't get condensation build up.

         
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/17 23:25:17 (permalink)
    Yeah. I've been very careful with watching for condensation. That was one of my first worries when first doing this. As long as I'm only opening the window when I'm gaming or benching then it stays warm enough to not condensate. It's times like when I left for work and forgot to close the window that I really have to worry about condensation. And during the summer, The AC is nowhere near cold enough to cause it so as long as I don't forgot to close my window after gaming then I'm good. Even then, it never has condensated. At least that I'm aware of. It's a small risk that I'm willing to take but would never recommend anyone else try it. 😁
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/18 06:04:43 (permalink)
    I read a little bit more about boost 3.0 & was thinking the cooler I could keep my card the higher amount boost 3.0 would raise the clock.  Even if I moved the power/temp targets to the max & put the fan @ 100% it wouldn't boost higher than 1873 though.  Since that's what cdburrus' was too maybe thats the norm?  I was able to easily OC it past 2000mhz with just the GPU offset but I didn't get too crazy after that.  My case is SFF & sitting right next to me on my desk so the fan noise is a tradeoff.  In fact, with the default fancurve, Boost 3.0 will actually drop the card down eventually closer to 1600Mhz because it gets too hot.
     
    olddanit sent me a PM asking about noise comparisons between the MSI 980ti 6G & the 1080ti FE, but I'm a schlub with not enough posts to reply to him lol.  If you read this, I would say overall it was actually quieter for me but that's probably not typical.  My MSI card was amazing but having a non-bower style cooler left all that hot air stagnant in the case causing the fan to just go faster & make more noise.  The FE blower style blows it out the back & the case is significantly cooler now, but I would bet if you had a normal case the FE would be quite a bit louder than the Twin Frozr design (such a dumb name...).  I think I'm one of the few people who was actually looking forward to a blower style fan because of my unique situation with the SFF case.
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/18 06:34:34 (permalink)
    Played MEA and Nier Automata for a combined 4 hours last night on this OC.  Throttles down to 1974 Mhz on core at a steady 75 degrees with fan @ 65%.  Can't wait for a Hybrid Kit to come out.


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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/18 07:00:18 (permalink)
    mnye82olddanit sent me a PM asking about noise comparisons between the MSI 980ti 6G & the 1080ti FE, but I'm a schlub with not enough posts to reply to him lol.  If you read this, I would say overall it was actually quieter for me but that's probably not typical.  My MSI card was amazing but having a non-bower style cooler left all that hot air stagnant in the case causing the fan to just go faster & make more noise.  The FE blower style blows it out the back & the case is significantly cooler now, but I would bet if you had a normal case the FE would be quite a bit louder than the Twin Frozr design (such a dumb name...).  I think I'm one of the few people who was actually looking forward to a blower style fan because of my unique situation with the SFF case.

    Thank you very much.



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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/18 21:22:22 (permalink)
    Here is my Time Spy with SLI FE TI
     
    www. 3dmark.com/fs/12047041

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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/18 21:30:41 (permalink)
    karmadecoy
    Here is my Time Spy with SLI FE TI
     
    www. 3dmark.com/fs/12047041


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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/19 08:52:32 (permalink)
    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

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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/19 12:20:26 (permalink)
    @Idle Default Clock and Fan Setting *(No Overclocking)
    Click on Image Twice for a Larger View.
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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/19 13:35:31 (permalink)
    Just briefly tested two EVGA 1080Ti FEs (11G-P4-6390-KR) individually (no SLI) on air with the stock cooler before committing them to water blocks next week. Observed similar results as reported above: both cards default-boosted themselves to 1911MHz. A little increase in EVGA Precision put them over 2Ghz stable. After 30 minutes of Unigine Heaven and Valley at max settings on 2560x1440 the cards stayed under 85C and never down clocked without any tweaking in Precision. Amazing tech in 1080Ti; can't wait to put them underwater! (still waiting for the EK back plates)
     

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    Re: 1080 Ti Clock Speeds? 2017/03/19 20:57:31 (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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