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2017/05/18 22:29:25 (permalink)
So, I figured enough of us have the hybrid now to start posting some realworld specs. Normally I'd just look up reviews, but there aren't really any...
 
So, for me I've got my radiator positioned as an intake with the fan running at 35-40% idle (about 1100 rpm on corsair ml120 pro).
 
I've Overclocked the card to 6000 mhz memory (+495) and 2075 core clock (+91).
 
This clock seems stable so far, and I'm pretty happy with it. My temps idle in the high 30c range and I can hit as high as 60c+in-game under load at 1440 100+ FPS and ultra settings.
 
Admittedly, this overclock is pretty new and I've only done a pretty short stress test and several benchmarks, so it may not hold up long term, and I'll update if it doesn't. 
Otherwise, 2075 on the core is about as high as I've seen on these cards, with some outliers here and there... So, I'm happy with that aspect. My temps are a tad bit higher than I'd like to see, especially given that at 60c, my radiator fan is spinning at nearly 2000rpm, which is definitely audible while gaming.
 
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 08:08:18 (permalink)
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    So, I figured enough of us have the hybrid now to start posting some realworld specs. Normally I'd just look up reviews, but there aren't really any...
     
    So, for me I've got my radiator positioned as an intake with the fan running at 35-40% idle (about 1100 rpm on corsair ml120 pro).
     
    I've Overclocked the card to 6000 mhz memory (+495) and 2075 core clock (+91).
     
    This clock seems stable so far, and I'm pretty happy with it. My temps idle in the high 30c range and I can hit as high as 60c+in-game under load at 1440 100+ FPS and ultra settings.
     
    Admittedly, this overclock is pretty new and I've only done a pretty short stress test and several benchmarks, so it may not hold up long term, and I'll update if it doesn't. 
    Otherwise, 2075 on the core is about as high as I've seen on these cards, with some outliers here and there... So, I'm happy with that aspect. My temps are a tad bit higher than I'd like to see, especially given that at 60c, my radiator fan is spinning at nearly 2000rpm, which is definitely audible while gaming.
     


    Ultimately, all Pascal GTX1080Ti cards are voltage limited.  Lower temps help out a little, but in the end, there is no way to get 'rock stable' performance (so to speak) above 2200Mhz unless you use LN02 and a PCB voltage hardware modification.  I also own the EVGA GTX1080Ti SC2 Hybrid and can almost guarantee my overclocks won't be any better than yours.
    post edited by Iluv2raceit - 2017/05/19 08:13:24
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 10:10:23 (permalink)
    I would recommend backing down to at most 2050 and calling it a day. You can plan on a crash at some point with 2075 as a daily driver due to the power limit. It's up to you if you want to lose a random online match or progression in a SP game due to a crash.

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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 10:40:50 (permalink)
    Good job! Mine won't go above 2000MHz on the core without crashing (non-hybrid)

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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 10:51:00 (permalink)
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    Good job! Mine won't go above 2000MHz on the core without crashing (non-hybrid)


    add 75+ on clock ;)

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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 10:59:28 (permalink)
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    Good job! Mine won't go above 2000MHz on the core without crashing (non-hybrid)


    add 75+ on clock ;)


    That seems to have worked, no instant crashing in Unigine at least :)

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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 12:52:10 (permalink)
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    Good job! Mine won't go above 2000MHz on the core without crashing (non-hybrid)


    add 75+ on clock ;)


    That seems to have worked, no instant crashing in Unigine at least :)


    Good to know 

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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 13:50:37 (permalink)
    Still same buzzy pump?
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 15:02:40 (permalink)
    Hi, I got my SC2 Hybrid just a few days ago. Still early in the ownership but here is my experience...
     
    Overclocking - Overclocking is interesting with Pascal since the TDP power limit will throttle and clocks change all of the time. For example, with standard offset overclocking I have seen that it can shoot up to 2075 or higher but it'll hit the power limit, knock it down a few boost/voltage bins, and it can fall under 2000. I don't consider this to be 2075 but I don't call it sub-2000 either. I am setting up a custom overclock curve to get the best sustained clock speeds and not chase peak speeds. Still TBD but my range seems to be around 2000-2050 based on power and temps. I am trying to nail down the core before I move on to memory, but a very quick test of +500 on memory seemed to work just fine.

    Temps - Not apples to apples since ambient and case air flow is different but when I first got the card I did a quick test with only change being 120% power limit and my temps peaked & settled at around 48C. I didn't have it that way for long as I replaced the fans and started to overclock. So with new fans, overclock, and 120% power limit, based on which fan speed I choose my temps can range from 44-50c. 44-45C being pretty noisy with the fans at max speed, 46-48C with noise similar to or less than stock, and 49-50C with the fans basically silent. I leave it under the silent mode 90% of the time since temps are still really good and its very quiet. These tests were done by playing Witcher 3 @ 4K (no frame limiter/vsync) for extended periods of time (30+ minutes).
     
    Your temps do seem noticeably higher than mine so I recommend taking a look at airflow or repositioning the radiator My radiator is setup as an exhaust out the top of the case. Radiator fans are Corsair SP120s in push/pull connected to a 3-speed fan controller. My radiator fans have direct access to good air from a nearby side panel intake fan.
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 15:32:16 (permalink)
    You guys should use the Superposition software that you received with your EVGA gpu purchase for comparisons since everyone will have it.   Pick a quality setting for bench then compare.  
    Example:  My "inferior"(sarcasm) founders edition Ti with the same hybrid stock pump/rad/fan installed on it.
     
    1080p Extreme Bench


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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 15:53:27 (permalink)
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    I would recommend backing down to at most 2050 and calling it a day. You can plan on a crash at some point with 2075 as a daily driver due to the power limit. It's up to you if you want to lose a random online match or progression in a SP game due to a crash.

    Yeah, I actually since backed it down to about ~2060 mhz just to be safe and because the performance difference between ~2050mhz and ~2075mhz is pretty minimal (maybe a couple frames per second in-game, at most) . I've yet to have any issues playing games and everything else.
    I've also backed down my memory overclock to an even +400, landing me around 5900... Again, just for a bit more stability and because the performance difference is pretty negligible beyond +400mhz on the memory anyhow.
     
    I'm now running a push/pull intake on the radiator, and seeing pretty good temps, hovering around 50c in-game with these overclocks at full voltage settings.
    I'm still not sure how some people are able to say they're getting in the 40's under load... IDK what else I could do to possibly get that low.
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 15:57:42 (permalink)
    talkischeap
    You guys should use the Superposition software that you received with your EVGA gpu purchase for comparisons since everyone will have it.   Pick a quality setting for bench then compare.  
    Example:  My "inferior"(sarcasm) founders edition Ti with the same hybrid stock pump/rad/fan installed on it.
     
    1080p Extreme Bench



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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 15:59:54 (permalink)
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    So, I figured enough of us have the hybrid now to start posting some realworld specs. Normally I'd just look up reviews, but there aren't really any...
     
    So, for me I've got my radiator positioned as an intake with the fan running at 35-40% idle (about 1100 rpm on corsair ml120 pro).
     
    I've Overclocked the card to 6000 mhz memory (+495) and 2075 core clock (+91).
     
    This clock seems stable so far, and I'm pretty happy with it. My temps idle in the high 30c range and I can hit as high as 60c+in-game under load at 1440 100+ FPS and ultra settings.
     
    Admittedly, this overclock is pretty new and I've only done a pretty short stress test and several benchmarks, so it may not hold up long term, and I'll update if it doesn't. 
    Otherwise, 2075 on the core is about as high as I've seen on these cards, with some outliers here and there... So, I'm happy with that aspect. My temps are a tad bit higher than I'd like to see, especially given that at 60c, my radiator fan is spinning at nearly 2000rpm, which is definitely audible while gaming.
     


    Ultimately, all Pascal GTX1080Ti cards are voltage limited.  Lower temps help out a little, but in the end, there is no way to get 'rock stable' performance (so to speak) above 2200Mhz unless you use LN02 and a PCB voltage hardware modification.  I also own the EVGA GTX1080Ti SC2 Hybrid and can almost guarantee my overclocks won't be any better than yours.


    Yeah, I'm really more curious about people's temps with different configs/fans, etc... Because I've seen so many people talking about staying the in mid or low 40's under load... which I am unable to achieve, even with my rad set up in push/pull config as an intake fan with aftermarket higher performance fans. It'll also be interesting to see peoples' results to compare to the soon-to-come FTW3 hybrid.
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 16:03:01 (permalink)
    So is the pump still audible for those that have the card?
     
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 16:07:25 (permalink)
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    So is the pump still audible for those that have the card?
     


    I mean... Yes? But no...
     
    It depends, right... So with my fans all super low or off, and if i'm right next to my case, you CAN hear it, so it IS audible... But with my PC running, all fans running, side panel on, etc... I can't say I've ever been able to hear the pump. I've only heard it when I had my side panel off, computer on, and I was working on something with my ears right by the pump/card. Then mostly I just hear water moving around. 
     
    Basically though, you likely won't notice it. If you have a super silent PC with really low fan rpms, you might be able to make it out occasionally if you try... but otherwise, your fans will most likely be louder than the pump, even at idle.
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 16:44:22 (permalink)
    talkischeap
    You guys should use the Superposition software that you received with your EVGA gpu purchase for comparisons since everyone will have it.   Pick a quality setting for bench then compare.  
    Example:  My "inferior"(sarcasm) founders edition Ti with the same hybrid stock pump/rad/fan installed on it.



    My problem about using something like Superposition is that its not hard to inflate results. For example I just ran this quick benchmark below. I can get it to touch 2.1+ghz and it shows up that way in the results but I know that isn't realistic. 99.9% of the run was done at a clock speed less than that. Thats why I take claims of big OCs with a grain of salt. Its one thing to touch that speed its another to have the card actually run there. I've seen online of a few golden samples that can, so if your card can hold 2.1ghz then thats awesome.
     
    This was at 4K Optimized

    post edited by Jawnathin - 2017/05/19 17:12:59
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 16:46:21 (permalink)
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    So is the pump still audible for those that have the card?
     



    I haven't heard anything but I'm not sticking my head into my case. I sit a few feet away and I don't really hear anything. My radiator is properly mounted above the GPU with the hoses not in the up position.
     
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 16:53:10 (permalink)
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    Yeah, I'm really more curious about people's temps with different configs/fans, etc... Because I've seen so many people talking about staying the in mid or low 40's under load... which I am unable to achieve, even with my rad set up in push/pull config as an intake fan with aftermarket higher performance fans. It'll also be interesting to see peoples' results to compare to the soon-to-come FTW3 hybrid.




    Low to Mid 40s under load isn't impossible with good flow and good ambient temps. Take a look at my most recent post earlier which showed a benchmark run of 41C max. I don't normally run my fans at that speed but its doable. Just turning on the AC dropped it from 44C to 41C. Your recent 50C is better but what are the fan speeds to get there? My fans set to silent runs at about 50C. So if your fans are very quiet it sounds like you're there but if you're running them quickly/loudly then maybe still some work to do.
     
    One thing to remember is you can't directly compare to Hybrid kit cards. The SC2 Hybrid has a copper memory plate which would transfer heat from the memory to the coldplate. If the coldplate is running slightly warmer so will the GPU and the sensor readout. I would say they're within ball park but its not apples to apples. 
    post edited by Jawnathin - 2017/05/19 17:15:50
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 17:21:30 (permalink)
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    You guys should use the Superposition software that you received with your EVGA gpu purchase for comparisons since everyone will have it.   Pick a quality setting for bench then compare.  
    Example:  My "inferior"(sarcasm) founders edition Ti with the same hybrid stock pump/rad/fan installed on it.



    My problem about using something like Superposition is that its not hard to inflate results. For example I just ran this quick benchmark below. I can get it to touch 2.1+ghz and it shows up that way in the results but I know that isn't realistic. 99.9% of the run was done at a clock speed less than that. Thats why I take claims of big OCs with a grain of salt. Its one thing to touch that speed its another to have the card actually run there. I've seen online of a few golden samples that can, so if your card can hold 2.1ghz then thats awesome.
     
    This was at 4K Optimized



     
    The basis of it is to compare using the same bench that everyone has access too vs just typing numbers that could be made up.  The actual numbers are only a means for comparing.. not 24 hours of stress testing in 25 different games and benchmarks which very few will do period.  Much less a large group of the small number of SC2 Hybrid owners.
     
    If you clock your core/memory too high it will crash even in the Superposistion benchmark.  Obviously you are not going to be able to game at the settings.  But it's an actual report from software that every owner of the card has of what they used, ran, and completed with a score, clocks, and temps.
     
    If you were to set a curve so that it will hit a high clock to start then drop down instantly it will be easily noticed in your total score.  Just to be clear I'm not saying your results are from someone else, a failed attempt, a custom run, or just inflated stats.  But you just posted stats with no score or name attached to them.. so there's no way to look at it.  It's pretty easy to see a score and know if you clocked at 2113Mhz it ran at that for 1 second then the rest of the bench ran at 1950.   But someone just typing numbers into a forum post that could be true or false doesn't represent anything worth comparing at all.
    post edited by talkischeap - 2017/05/19 17:24:09

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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/19 18:54:40 (permalink)
    talkischeap
     
    The basis of it is to compare using the same bench that everyone has access too vs just typing numbers that could be made up.  The actual numbers are only a means for comparing.. not 24 hours of stress testing in 25 different games and benchmarks which very few will do period.  Much less a large group of the small number of SC2 Hybrid owners.
     
    If you clock your core/memory too high it will crash even in the Superposistion benchmark.  Obviously you are not going to be able to game at the settings.  But it's an actual report from software that every owner of the card has of what they used, ran, and completed with a score, clocks, and temps.
     
    If you were to set a curve so that it will hit a high clock to start then drop down instantly it will be easily noticed in your total score.  Just to be clear I'm not saying your results are from someone else, a failed attempt, a custom run, or just inflated stats.  But you just posted stats with no score or name attached to them.. so there's no way to look at it.  It's pretty easy to see a score and know if you clocked at 2113Mhz it ran at that for 1 second then the rest of the bench ran at 1950.   But someone just typing numbers into a forum post that could be true or false doesn't represent anything worth comparing at all.




    I understand the basis, I just don't think its accurate way of comparing because you can trick the software into showing a high number. I agree with you that it is better than just saying 'I hit 2200mhz' but there are still problems with the way Superposition does it. In my opinion there is no good way to show how good an overclock is because some people may use peak numbers, some may use throttled, some may use sustained, others just say +100, etc. Maybe if people used sustained speeds such as 'It peaks at 2075 but holds at 2050' but thats not going to happen.
     
    Regarding my results, the picture didn't have my name next to it because its not my highest score so it doesn't get published, it just shows in my account. I'm not doing this to get a high score, I'm just testing my overclocks are stable (I haven't touched the memory yet as you can see). Here is a pic of my highest score, you can see the same mobo, cpu, model, same date, similar time (today). You can also see I got it to show that I ran it at 2126 which I know my card will not hold but it says so in the benchmark.
     

     

     
     
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/25 11:34:00 (permalink)
    Ok,now show me the temperatures,clock,...playing Assassin Creed Syndicste,at 4k with ultra settings.After playing 2 hours ,there is no way you get mid 40s.No Way.
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/25 12:49:59 (permalink)
    Yeah I don't get 40s after hours of gameplay. I'm in the low 50s with room ambient temps between 76-80.

    Typical is 52-53. The highest I've seen is 56 for one day, but I haven't seen it since.

    Also, there are two GPU temps in EVGA Precision. I'm reporting GPU1. The GPU2 is a little lower. Not sure what the difference is between those two reports on the HW Monitoring Chart.
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/25 13:24:00 (permalink)
    How are you getting such high scores / how are people tricking the benchmark?  I've seen such a large range on scores in superposition that I can't even tell if 5840 is a reasonable score in comparison to everyone.  I'm just running the hybrid with a 7700k neither are overclocked and benched on 1080P extreme settings.
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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/05/25 14:49:01 (permalink)
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    How are you getting such high scores / how are people tricking the benchmark?  I've seen such a large range on scores in superposition that I can't even tell if 5840 is a reasonable score in comparison to everyone.  I'm just running the hybrid with a 7700k neither are overclocked and benched on 1080P extreme settings.




    There is no "tricking" to get a total score in the benchmark.  Your score is based on Average FPS for all 17 scenes during the benchmark.  Increase your average FPS to increase your score :)
     
    The person in this topic was saying you could set your max core clock really high and it would report that as your gpu core clock.  Which is somewhat true, but that number doesn't reflect your score what so ever.
    post edited by talkischeap - 2017/05/25 14:58:22

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    Re: 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Overclocking & Temp. Results 2017/10/19 08:57:28 (permalink)
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    So, I figured enough of us have the hybrid now to start posting some realworld specs. Normally I'd just look up reviews, but there aren't really any...
     
    So, for me I've got my radiator positioned as an intake with the fan running at 35-40% idle (about 1100 rpm on corsair ml120 pro).
     
    I've Overclocked the card to 6000 mhz memory (+495) and 2075 core clock (+91).
     
    This clock seems stable so far, and I'm pretty happy with it. My temps idle in the high 30c range and I can hit as high as 60c+in-game under load at 1440 100+ FPS and ultra settings.
     
    Admittedly, this overclock is pretty new and I've only done a pretty short stress test and several benchmarks, so it may not hold up long term, and I'll update if it doesn't. 
    Otherwise, 2075 on the core is about as high as I've seen on these cards, with some outliers here and there... So, I'm happy with that aspect. My temps are a tad bit higher than I'd like to see, especially given that at 60c, my radiator fan is spinning at nearly 2000rpm, which is definitely audible while gaming.
     




    Here is what I have set, similar to yours. My heat did not change much from stock under load, sits around 71C for power, 68C for Mem, and 61C for GPU. I dont know how safe this is long term but it is stable for 4+ hours under load. I was also able to push it 120/600 also stable but the power temps got up to 75C while GPU and Mem remained at 68/61.

     

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