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2017/10/14 17:44:37 (permalink)
Hello,
 
I have recently purchased this card and the voltage slider in XoC doesnt appear to be doing anything.
 
Any assistance will be appreciated.
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/14 19:34:37 (permalink)
    6.5 years after your registration and this is your first post!
     
    Anyway, starting simple, did you download the latest:
    -nVidia drivers?
    -Precision XOC?
     
    Also, what happens when you try changing the voltage under Afterburner?
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/15 10:03:06 (permalink)
    Looking at OSD voltages do go up to  1.093 but any power over 100% i see artifacts. I cant seem to overclock it at all.
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/15 11:00:01 (permalink)
    Normally only too high GPU memory clocks should produce artifacts.
     
    What's your PSU ?
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/15 11:06:36 (permalink)
    And what clock speeds do you have right now?
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/15 13:05:18 (permalink)
    I have a superflower 1kw plat PSU. Default settings and boost boosts to 2000mhz and fluctuates down to 1950 and back up depending on thermals.
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/15 13:17:36 (permalink)
    Could very well be a faulty card then, voltage slider should push the clocks upwards along the V/F-curve, if the temps are not too high.
     
    I guess you have enough case fans too?
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/15 14:05:56 (permalink)
    Maxing out the voltage slider will allow the card to use more voltage if needed. 
     
    You shouldn't see any artifacts @ stocks clocks when the card is using over 100% of its power %.


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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/16 04:42:43 (permalink)
    So if i put it to stock clocks voltage to 0% and increase the the power to 120 and then 130 i shouldnt see flashing white patches while playing correct?
     
    P.S. I have got my 4770k overclocked to 4.4 aswell, unless the both overclocks are pulling too much wattage together (will check later once im home).
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/16 04:44:45 (permalink)
    Topham
    So if i put it to stock clocks voltage to 0% and increase the the power to 120 and then 130 i shouldnt see flashing white patches while playing correct?

    Correct.


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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/23 14:15:06 (permalink)
    I believe my card to be faulty. doesnt look like im the only one with the issue. such a shame really. May take my card back and get FTW3 elite instead or the hybrid.
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/23 14:26:18 (permalink)
    Sorry to hear that. Good luck with the new card.


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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/24 07:52:52 (permalink)
    How would RMA actually work having to return an expensive piece of kit thats outside of couriers "insurance" and will cost a bomb to ship back as i cant use DPD etc. I have also purchased the extendable warranty to 10 years too how would refund work on that?
     
    Or i may just keep it and leave it at default and why for my upgrade on my Mobo and Processor and new PSU and then see. Argh i dont know what to do.
    post edited by Topham - 2017/10/24 07:56:03
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/24 09:38:03 (permalink)
    Topham
    How would RMA actually work having to return an expensive piece of kit thats outside of couriers "insurance" and will cost a bomb to ship back as i cant use DPD etc. I have also purchased the extendable warranty to 10 years too how would refund work on that?
     
    Or i may just keep it and leave it at default and why for my upgrade on my Mobo and Processor and new PSU and then see. Argh i dont know what to do.


    You should exchange the card with another one if the card is artifacting at stock clocks.
     
    If you rma with evga your 10 year warranty will transfer to the new card.


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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/25 02:11:59 (permalink)
    Hello Sajin,
     
    with both either Precision or Afterburner at default settings,the card works. It boosts to 1986 then stable around 1950 depending on the game. Increasing the voltage only pushed the stable boost back upto around 1986. However, when i touch the Power slider above 100 thats when the artifacts start. Looking at the OSD it looks like the power gets to 104-105 and thats when the artifacts start, hence my quote above "Or i may just keep it and leave it at default and why for my upgrade on my Mobo and Processor and new PSU and then see. Argh i dont know what to do" and RMA it when i do my full upgrade, im debating as i would need to return the card to the shop by next tuesday if i want a refund/exchange for another card.
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/25 10:31:54 (permalink)
    Sounds like some of the VRM components on the card are faulty, which is weird as the card should be pretested to run @ 2025MHz.
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/25 10:39:57 (permalink)
    It sounds like a software or firmware issue to me.  If you confirm that the artifacts occur when the actual measured power usage % increases above 100%, but not when the actual power usage % is below 100%, regardless of power % target selected, then I would agree that it is likely a hardware issue.
     
    Topham
    Looking at the OSD it looks like the power gets to 104-105 and thats when the artifacts start, hence my quote above "Or i may just keep it and leave it at default and why for my upgrade on my Mobo and Processor and new PSU and then see. Argh i dont know what to do".

    Ok, I agree, it sounds like a hardware issue.  Now, is the problem your video card, your PSU, or your power strip/surge protector/UPS/outlet?
    post edited by ty_ger07 - 2017/10/25 10:44:06
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/25 11:02:42 (permalink)
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    Hello Sajin,
     
    with both either Precision or Afterburner at default settings,the card works. It boosts to 1986 then stable around 1950 depending on the game. Increasing the voltage only pushed the stable boost back upto around 1986. However, when i touch the Power slider above 100 thats when the artifacts start. Looking at the OSD it looks like the power gets to 104-105 and thats when the artifacts start, hence my quote above "Or i may just keep it and leave it at default and why for my upgrade on my Mobo and Processor and new PSU and then see. Argh i dont know what to do" and RMA it when i do my full upgrade, im debating as i would need to return the card to the shop by next tuesday if i want a refund/exchange for another card.


    Does the card artifact in all programs when the power % gets to 104-105? The kingpin has three vbioses. Do all three vbioses artifact when reaching 104-105 power %? How old is your power supply? Are you powering the card with a single dual 6+2 pci-e cable, or with two individual 6+2 cables?


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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/26 04:34:30 (permalink)
    Hello Sajin,
    I will do speciific testing tonight as it does Artifact on Final Fantasy XIV with power set to 102%, Rise of the Tomb Raider and LOTR: Shadow of War set at around 105%
     
    It does it both on Stock and OC vBIOS havent tested the LN2 vBIOS.
    PSU is 3 years SuperFlower Leadex Platinum 1000w (thought it was Only 2 year old).
    Powering Graphics with 2 seperate 6+2 PCI-e Cables
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/26 09:50:06 (permalink)
    No need for more testing. Time to send it in.


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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/26 17:57:05 (permalink)
    I take it RMA will send a refurbished one back and not a brand new one? If it's a refurbished I may travel 250miles to take it back to the shop where I bought it from as I did buy extra insurance. I'm abit nervous sending £1k card via post. Not sure if I can use DPD as a single use customer.
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/26 18:14:24 (permalink)
    Topham
    I take it RMA will send a refurbished one back and not a brand new one? If it's a refurbished I may travel 250miles to take it back to the shop where I bought it from as I did buy extra insurance. I'm abit nervous sending £1k card via post. Not sure if I can use DPD as a single use customer.

    Within the first 30 days you'll get a new one. After 30 days you'll receive a recertified one.


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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/26 19:30:28 (permalink)
    Did you test the card with your CPU at stock settings? Just to eliminate the possibility that the CPU OC is causing instability. I know it was stable with your last GPU, but the CPU OC can also impact PCIE bus devices.
     
    After that you should benchmark the card with something like Unigine Superposition or Valley at 4k or higher resolution and see what the max power draw is. Testing power draw with games makes it difficult to compare results due to all the variables. You want to use a program that you know will max out the GPU's power draw consistently.
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/27 12:55:41 (permalink)
    Ive ran SuperPosition and power was going to 115%, it seems to have been alright until the temps hit around 59/60 degrees celsius then the artifacts started....
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/27 17:26:08 (permalink)
    Ive bought a new EVGA P2 1600w PSU, should be here monday.
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/29 07:09:11 (permalink)
    Ive started to get artifacts even on stock everything now. Think testing has degraded the card more or do you think its my PSU starting to go?
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/29 08:45:20 (permalink)
    Hello no a PSU failure shutdown computor it dont make artefact i think is the vram of your gpu dommaged just rma the card sadly
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/29 10:44:46 (permalink)
    I have just got my kpe installed and I am messing with it.
    On my the voltage slider seems not to do anything also, max voltage is 1.031 regardless where I leave the slider. Is someone seeing anything different from that. What could be wrong? I tested with Kboost on and off.
    Also on the PXOC settings menu I cannot select overvoltage nor overboost, can someone say your experience about this too.
     
    Cheers
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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/29 14:26:30 (permalink)
    Topham
    Ive started to get artifacts even on stock everything now. Think testing has degraded the card more or do you think its my PSU starting to go?


    Don't think it's your psu.


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    Re: 1080ti Kingpin - Voltage slider 2017/10/29 14:27:43 (permalink)
    nanias
    I have just got my kpe installed and I am messing with it.
    On my the voltage slider seems not to do anything also, max voltage is 1.031 regardless where I leave the slider. Is someone seeing anything different from that. What could be wrong? I tested with Kboost on and off.
    Also on the PXOC settings menu I cannot select overvoltage nor overboost, can someone say your experience about this too.
     
    Cheers


    If you want to tweak the voltages on the card you need to use the classified tool. You can find it here.


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