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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/06 12:05:23 (permalink)
Clean up of your Old Card(s) and Software it the Key before you install New Card(s).
Users Who Just remove their old can and install a new card is why their are so many issues.

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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/06 12:16:44 (permalink)
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Clean up of your Old Card(s) and Software it the Key before you install New Card(s).
Users Who Just remove their old can and install a new card is why their are so many issues.


Ideally the install of a new card (if the correct drivers are installed) should work flawlessly, but Windows can sometimes detect new hardware once installed and then the O/S tries to install a Windows based driver. So that is the reason you should follow the advice given in post 61.

            
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/06 13:30:07 (permalink)
 
Mikeamesh


So you were able to solve the issue correct?




Yes, thanks to you and bcavnaugh.
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/10 21:54:53 (permalink)
Installing a new card should be easy.  This has worked for me the last 2 cards.
 
1) take old card out
2) put new card in
3) turn on PC and when installing drivers pick custom
4) check/tick perform a clean installation.
5) Job done.
 
Has worked every time for me with no issues.
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/10 21:59:06 (permalink)
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Installing a new card should be easy.  This has worked for me the last 2 cards.
 
1) take old card out
2) put new card in
3) turn on PC and when installing drivers pick custom
4) check/tick perform a clean installation.
5) Job done.
 
Has worked every time for me with no issues.




It should be. That doesn't necessary work, at least with the FTW3.
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/10 22:50:20 (permalink)
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Installing a new card should be easy.  This has worked for me the last 2 cards.
 
1) take old card out
2) put new card in
3) turn on PC and when installing drivers pick custom
4) check/tick perform a clean installation.
5) Job done.
 
Has worked every time for me with no issues.




It should be. That doesn't necessary work, at least with the FTW3.




 
It should work. When I get my elite that's how I'm going to install it.  If it doesn't then I'll be returning card for a refund
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/11 03:57:01 (permalink)
I would suggest just following the "elaborate" instructions to correct the issue. I was EXTREMELY annoyed that the installation of the FTW3 was so much more fussy than any of the 18-22 GFX cards I've previously installed.. but with the help of members of this forum I was able to find a fix and the card is functioning flawlessly. Just be aware. You may have installation problems. If you do, the solution is likely already discussed here.
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/11 21:33:46 (permalink)
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*****UPDATE*****
 
Here's a update for anyone that is interested i solved the issue after so many things.
Step 1: Uninstall PXOC 16, then delete folder in C/: Drive
Step 2: Used DDU in safe mode and uninstalled the drivers, then shut down
Step 3: Remove card from PC and power on PC without card and delete the NVIDIA folder in C/:: Drive
Step 4: Run DDU again and select NVIDIA and remove all directory files and drivers, the sut down
Step 5: Put GTX 1080 TI card back into computer and power on 
Step 6: Install drivers from CD that came with Card
Step 7: Install newest version of PXOC from EVGA website
Step 8: Restart and wallah everything is running as it should
 
Thank you to everyone who suggested ideas and also to the EVGA staff for all the help
 
                                                                           -Mikeamesh


Yo! THANK YOU SO MUCH! I followed your steps exactly how you put them and it worked! This needs to be stickied, so everyone can see it! THANK YOU!!!!
 
 
**EDIT**
 
Another question for you. Did you update to the latest Nvidia drivers when the prompt came up? I declined because I didn't want to undo everything I did.
post edited by NOEQUALibrium - 2017/05/12 06:41:43
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/12 06:42:04 (permalink)
Mikeamesh
*****UPDATE*****
 
Here's a update for anyone that is interested i solved the issue after so many things.
Step 1: Uninstall PXOC 16, then delete folder in C/: Drive
Step 2: Used DDU in safe mode and uninstalled the drivers, then shut down
Step 3: Remove card from PC and power on PC without card and delete the NVIDIA folder in C/:: Drive
Step 4: Run DDU again and select NVIDIA and remove all directory files and drivers, the sut down
Step 5: Put GTX 1080 TI card back into computer and power on 
Step 6: Install drivers from CD that came with Card
Step 7: Install newest version of PXOC from EVGA website
Step 8: Restart and wallah everything is running as it should
 
Thank you to everyone who suggested ideas and also to the EVGA staff for all the help
 
                                                                           -Mikeamesh




 
Really?  All these steps to install a card?
 
There has to be a easier way to get this card to work?
 
Is a easier fix coming soon EVGA?
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/18 18:00:33 (permalink)
Has anyone who had this problem had it  from the get-go with a fresh build? And if so, did you really have to go through those 8 steps to resolve it?
 
I literally just built this rig (7700K, FTW3, Maximus IX Hero). This is the first video card that has ever been installed. Windows was just installed hours ago. The only version of PrecisionX that has ever been installed is the latest available one that I just downloaded yesterday. 
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/18 19:21:48 (permalink)
So, just to follow up, I did the same things as previous posters and now have all three temp monitors populated.
 
Again, this was on a system that I just built today and has never had another card or older software installed. But using DDU to wipe everything related to the drivers, rebooting, deleting the regkeys, rebooting, using DDU again, then rebooting, installing latest drivers (382.05), rebooting, installing PXOC, rebooting, then launching PXOC... it worked.
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/18 19:32:40 (permalink)
I'm glad it worked for you as well. I hope EVGA learns from this for future releases.
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/20 12:15:00 (permalink)
Hello everyone.
I may have a fix that's simpler than those posted.
Me and my brother have identical FTW3 setups. Suddenly my Precision X starts working out of nowhere today. I open it, it tells me some stuff about fan firmware and boom it works.
 
With him we tried everything, uninstalling, reinstalling over and over, registry, drivers. etc. etc.
Nothing worked. Then I remembered that earlier in the day I'd unplugged my whole setup for awhile cause I was changing the surge protector. So in a last ditch effort I suggested it to him. 
 
He unplugged his system from the wall for a few minutes and then he re-plugged it in. He jumped into windows and ran precision and it told him the same thing about fan firmware and it started to work.
 
I hope this saves someone a lot of time. Good luck!
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/20 15:30:36 (permalink)
Zetta
Hello everyone.
I may have a fix that's simpler than those posted.
Me and my brother have identical FTW3 setups. Suddenly my Precision X starts working out of nowhere today. I open it, it tells me some stuff about fan firmware and boom it works.
 
With him we tried everything, uninstalling, reinstalling over and over, registry, drivers. etc. etc.
Nothing worked. Then I remembered that earlier in the day I'd unplugged my whole setup for awhile cause I was changing the surge protector. So in a last ditch effort I suggested it to him. 
 
He unplugged his system from the wall for a few minutes and then he re-plugged it in. He jumped into windows and ran precision and it told him the same thing about fan firmware and it started to work.
 
I hope this saves someone a lot of time. Good luck!


Interesting. Thanks for the tip.


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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/21 13:26:08 (permalink)
Zetta
He unplugged his system from the wall for a few minutes and then he re-plugged it in. He jumped into windows and ran precision and it told him the same thing about fan firmware and it started to work.
 
I hope this saves someone a lot of time. Good luck!



 
Oh thank you Zetta you beautiful genius you. I was *about* to go through the longer process that including mucking with the registry when I read this comment. I had tried every combination I could think of of uninstalling Precision, NVIDIA drivers, Afterburner, GPUZ, CPUZ, rebooting before and after install / uninstall, etc. Read your comment and this got Precision XOC working with all sensors and fans:
 
* Uninstall Precision XOC (only other GPU related thing left installed at this point was NVIDIA drivers)
* Shut down my computer, turned the PSU off, pulled the plug
* Gave it two minutes
* Boot up Windows (well, boot Linux, then boot Windows 10 in a VM, thank god that wasn't the problem)
* Install Precision XOC
* Start Precision XOC - this time it asked me to close all 3D applications - closed pretty much all the background tasks
* Calibration or whatever that was says works ok, now Precision XOC is showing additional sensors and fans, woot woot!
 
Initially I was not going to worry about Precision XOC not understanding the sensors - I figured since other people were complaining that EVGA would release an update that would solve the install problems and that the BIOS would do something sane by itself. But once I had all my displays hooked up, just idling on the Windows desktop was causing strangely high temps. I looked at the card and only 1/3 fans was running yet 2/3 of the "status LEDs" were showing red - I had everything set on auto.
 
Maybe everything would have been fine but I was worried about my precious. 
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/05/22 06:01:57 (permalink)
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Zetta
He unplugged his system from the wall for a few minutes and then he re-plugged it in. He jumped into windows and ran precision and it told him the same thing about fan firmware and it started to work.
 
I hope this saves someone a lot of time. Good luck!



 
Oh thank you Zetta you beautiful genius you. I was *about* to go through the longer process that including mucking with the registry when I read this comment. I had tried every combination I could think of of uninstalling Precision, NVIDIA drivers, Afterburner, GPUZ, CPUZ, rebooting before and after install / uninstall, etc. Read your comment and this got Precision XOC working with all sensors and fans:
 
* Uninstall Precision XOC (only other GPU related thing left installed at this point was NVIDIA drivers)
* Shut down my computer, turned the PSU off, pulled the plug
* Gave it two minutes
* Boot up Windows (well, boot Linux, then boot Windows 10 in a VM, thank god that wasn't the problem)
* Install Precision XOC
* Start Precision XOC - this time it asked me to close all 3D applications - closed pretty much all the background tasks
* Calibration or whatever that was says works ok, now Precision XOC is showing additional sensors and fans, woot woot!
 
Initially I was not going to worry about Precision XOC not understanding the sensors - I figured since other people were complaining that EVGA would release an update that would solve the install problems and that the BIOS would do something sane by itself. But once I had all my displays hooked up, just idling on the Windows desktop was causing strangely high temps. I looked at the card and only 1/3 fans was running yet 2/3 of the "status LEDs" were showing red - I had everything set on auto.
 
Maybe everything would have been fine but I was worried about my precious. 


No problem! Glad I could help.
I gotta say this update has been pretty huge for me. Previously I was reaching Temps of 83c. I thought that it was high but since it does fall in normal operating temperatures I thought the card just ran hot. But right after the update I see my card is running around 57c under 99% load.

Something must have been wrong with my fans that the precision update fixed.

I've been testing all weekend, with 3dmark, Furmark, Witcher 3, and Wildlands the highest I've managed to get my temps now is 61c.

Insanity!
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/06/18 20:54:15 (permalink)
I just got a EVGA GTX 1080ti FE, and installed the latest EVGA Prec. XOC. It shows GPU Temp, but power temp and memory temp are blank. Any ideas whats up with this and how to remedy? Thx.
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/06/18 21:35:55 (permalink)
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I just got a EVGA GTX 1080ti FE, and installed the latest EVGA Prec. XOC. It shows GPU Temp, but power temp and memory temp are blank. Any ideas whats up with this and how to remedy? Thx.




The 1080 TI FE does not have sensors for Power and memory temp.  The sensors are only on the 1080 TI SC2 and the 1080 TI FTW3.  Both of these cards have the ICX cooler and technology with nine sensors on each card. 

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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/06/18 21:40:42 (permalink)
hmmm Ok thx!
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/06/19 09:48:52 (permalink)
Hey everyone.  Owner of a brand new 1080 Ti FTW3 card and had the same issue as many here - was able to get that fixed, see here: link=https://forums.evga.com/Precision-X-not-showing-Power-or-Memory-temperatures-for-my-1080-ti-FTW-3-m2674951.aspx#2684155
 
I am now having a really odd issue where after a reboot this morning, both the power and memory indicator lights were showing red, but when I opened the Precision X software the power, memory, and GPU were all showing around 31/32 degrees Celsius.  I have my software set to automatically ramp the fan speed up by temp.  At the default 'Aggressive' preset which I'm on, at 83 degrees C it should turn the fans on to 100% speed, but all fans, according to the XOC software, were at zero (0). After I manually went into the XOC software and clicked on the 'CURVE' button, all the fans started spinning up, but only went to about 50% speed.  Soon the temps indicator lights all went back to blue, but the fans stayed on at about 40-50%.  So, some odd things going on here.
 
Has anyone seen this happen before and if so what was the fix?
 
Lastly, what do the link icons between the G P and M under the fan sliders mean?  If linked does it mean all fans will spin at the same speed?
 
 
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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/06/19 11:35:17 (permalink)
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If linked does it mean all fans will spin at the same speed?

Yep, that is how it's suppose to work.


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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/06/19 12:04:46 (permalink)
Zetta
Hello everyone.
I may have a fix that's simpler than those posted.
Me and my brother have identical FTW3 setups. Suddenly my Precision X starts working out of nowhere today. I open it, it tells me some stuff about fan firmware and boom it works.
 
With him we tried everything, uninstalling, reinstalling over and over, registry, drivers. etc. etc.
Nothing worked. Then I remembered that earlier in the day I'd unplugged my whole setup for awhile cause I was changing the surge protector. So in a last ditch effort I suggested it to him. 
 
He unplugged his system from the wall for a few minutes and then he re-plugged it in. He jumped into windows and ran precision and it told him the same thing about fan firmware and it started to work.
 
I hope this saves someone a lot of time. Good luck!




As mentioned in Post #36 & 42
 
The reason -----> MCU reset - Post #44, (copy below)
 
EVGA_JacobF
Did you completely power off the machine? It is needed for an MCU reset.



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Re: EVGA GeForce 1080 TI FTW3 XOC 16 issues 2017/06/20 00:15:42 (permalink)
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Hello everyone.
I may have a fix that's simpler than those posted.
Me and my brother have identical FTW3 setups. Suddenly my Precision X starts working out of nowhere today. I open it, it tells me some stuff about fan firmware and boom it works.
 
With him we tried everything, uninstalling, reinstalling over and over, registry, drivers. etc. etc.
Nothing worked. Then I remembered that earlier in the day I'd unplugged my whole setup for awhile cause I was changing the surge protector. So in a last ditch effort I suggested it to him. 
 
He unplugged his system from the wall for a few minutes and then he re-plugged it in. He jumped into windows and ran precision and it told him the same thing about fan firmware and it started to work.
 
I hope this saves someone a lot of time. Good luck!




As mentioned in Post #36 & 42
 
The reason -----> MCU reset - Post #44, (copy below)
 
EVGA_JacobF
Did you completely power off the machine? It is needed for an MCU reset.






So if you click on the link in my original post you'll see I did that already to get the XOC software to finally show all three fans.  Are you saying I have to babysit my card and do a full shutdown, including unplugging the power to my PSU, every time my fans decide to not kick on when the LED indicators are red?  That sounds like a recipe for a blown fuse on a brand new top-of-the-line video card.  Shouldn't the fans be automatically spinning up due to heat generation on the card itself without my having to hold its hand and essentially manually kick the fans on?  Never had any problems with this my 980 Ti Classy.
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