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2017/11/05 17:41:59 (permalink)
Only 5 people on air/water could get above 5300 on the graphics score...
 
https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2545413/spy/2568697/spy/2635635/spy/2654895/spy/2523236#
 
Looks like I've got the fastest one even though my core clock is lower. Gotta love benchmarks. 
 


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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/05 19:50:54 (permalink)
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    Only 5 people on air/water could get above 5300 on the graphics score...
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2545413/spy/2568697/spy/2635635/spy/2654895/spy/2523236#
     
    Looks like I've got the fastest one even though my core clock is lower. Gotta love benchmarks. 
     


    Is that the KinpPin again?

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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/05 20:19:42 (permalink)
    Yes, he is using the kingpin. I will remain salty that TimeSpy is pay to win.
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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/05 20:40:37 (permalink)
    He's beginning to be Kingpin's little step child. 
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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/05 22:36:01 (permalink)
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    Yes, he is using the kingpin. I will remain salty that TimeSpy is pay to win.

    Yeah...I mean...why make a thread about again? I can hit just below 5100.  It's pretty much down to being able to maintain higher average boost clocks throughout the bench.
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/2527626
     

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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/06 00:00:51 (permalink)
    I have my clocks faster on every single part of my system, except for VRAM, and they are stable after giving the GPu’s some “love” and the clocks are higher on my card through the entire bench, but his still out scores mine. To me, that is a pay to win scenario.

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    When you look at his system, it should not outscore mine, but the gpu pulls his entire score past mine.
    post edited by the_Scarlet_one - 2017/11/06 00:05:41
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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/06 06:29:49 (permalink)
    Hi,
    Yep time spy :)
    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/23121607
     

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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/06 13:03:44 (permalink)
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    Only 5 people on air/water could get above 5300 on the graphics score...
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/2545413/spy/2568697/spy/2635635/spy/2654895/spy/2523236#
     
    Looks like I've got the fastest one even though my core clock is lower. Gotta love benchmarks. 
     


    Is that the KinpPin again?


    Yes.


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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/06 13:04:07 (permalink)
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    He's beginning to be Kingpin's little step child. 





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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/06 13:04:47 (permalink)
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    Yes, he is using the kingpin. I will remain salty that TimeSpy is pay to win.

    Yeah...I mean...why make a thread about again? I can hit just below 5100.  It's pretty much down to being able to maintain higher average boost clocks throughout the bench.
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/2527626
     


    I never made a thread about it. I made a single post about it once, but not a thread.


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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/06 13:06:03 (permalink)
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    Hi,
    Yep time spy :)
    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/23121607
     


    This thread is about time spy extreme.


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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/07 04:18:15 (permalink)
    Time spy extreme loves GPU memory speed.
     
    Did you increase your kingpin vmem with the classified software? 12992MHz is a lot :) Any artifacts?
     
    5167 graphics score here with XOC bios, 2088MHz/12600MHz.
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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/07 04:33:45 (permalink)
    Are you guys using the Epower boards too?

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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/07 10:49:36 (permalink)
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    Time spy extreme loves GPU memory speed.
     
    Did you increase your kingpin vmem with the classified software? 12992MHz is a lot :) Any artifacts?
     
    5167 graphics score here with XOC bios, 2088MHz/12600MHz.


    Yep. Very few.


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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/07 10:50:13 (permalink)
    wmmills
    Are you guys using the Epower boards too?


    The 1080 ti kingpin already has the epower board built in. 


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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/07 11:33:35 (permalink)
    Wow impressive scores! Especially because the other guys actually ran much higher core clocks and similar memory oc. I wonder why this is.

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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/07 11:39:13 (permalink)
    is there going to be any objection if i post my score for my 1080 FTWs? just for comparison 
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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/07 11:43:14 (permalink)
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    is there going to be any objection if i post my score for my 1080 FTWs? just for comparison 


    Nope.


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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/07 11:43:57 (permalink)
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    Wow impressive scores! Especially because the other guys actually ran much higher core clocks and similar memory oc. I wonder why this is.


    Good question.


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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/07 11:46:18 (permalink)
    Cheers Sajin
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/2527365
     
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    post edited by baconinabun - 2017/11/07 12:16:02
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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/07 15:33:39 (permalink)
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    Wow impressive scores! Especially because the other guys actually ran much higher core clocks and similar memory oc. I wonder why this is.


    Good question.




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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/09 12:32:24 (permalink)
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    Cheers Sajin
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/2527365
     
    2x 1080 FTW ACX3.0 (Ek blocked, HB Bridge, EVGA Bios) 
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    will be increasing this score over the weekend to try get back my gold cup in HWBOT 
     
    http://hwbot.org/submissi...ce_gtx_1080_6582_marks




    Here is mine for comparison. Was done a few weeks ago with high ambients but now that winter is coming and after I give the rads a good cleaning will be trying to push them a little harder. Maybe even put some new Grizzly on them for good measure.
    https://www.3dmark.com/co...y/2527365/spy/2548892#
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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/09 13:13:00 (permalink)
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    Cheers Sajin
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/2527365
     
    2x 1080 FTW ACX3.0 (Ek blocked, HB Bridge, EVGA Bios) 
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    Graphics Test 1 47.11 fps
    Graphics Test 2 43.05 fps
    Average simulation time per frame 85.5 ms


     
    will be increasing this score over the weekend to try get back my gold cup in HWBOT 
     
    http://hwbot.org/submissi...ce_gtx_1080_6582_marks




     
    Here is mine for comparison. Was done a few weeks ago with high ambients but now that winter is coming and after I give the rads a good cleaning will be trying to push them a little harder. Maybe even put some new Grizzly on them for good measure.
    https://www.3dmark.com/co...y/2527365/spy/2548892#




    NICE 
     
    Hope you have that score submitted to HWBOT? keep us updated on any increases be good to know how far you can push those bad boys 
     
    In reality your beating my Graphics score, tis time i pulled my finger oot 
    post edited by baconinabun - 2017/11/09 13:24:53
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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/09 13:48:55 (permalink)
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    Cheers Sajin
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/2527365
     
    2x 1080 FTW ACX3.0 (Ek blocked, HB Bridge, EVGA Bios) 
    3DMark Score 6582
    Graphics Score 7375
    CPU Score 4091
    Graphics Test 1 47.11 fps
    Graphics Test 2 43.05 fps
    Average simulation time per frame 85.5 ms


     
    will be increasing this score over the weekend to try get back my gold cup in HWBOT 
     
    http://hwbot.org/submissi...ce_gtx_1080_6582_marks




     
    Here is mine for comparison. Was done a few weeks ago with high ambients but now that winter is coming and after I give the rads a good cleaning will be trying to push them a little harder. Maybe even put some new Grizzly on them for good measure.
    https://www.3dmark.com/co...y/2527365/spy/2548892#




    NICE 

    Hope you have that score submitted to HWBOT? keep us updated on any increases be good to know how far you can push those bad boys 
     
    In reality your beating my Graphics score, tis time i pulled my finger oot 




    Thanks
    Just posted it on HWBot. Not been there in a while so not sure of the sub process but I think it will go through.
    Absolutely, you should get some more outta the core OC I would think. If I can get or keep them cold enough I think I can get a stable 2177 OC or better one in. Can also push the CPU to 4.7 or 4.8 but that may be tricky with the CPU test as it is a ball breaker. lol
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    Re: Fastest air/water cooled 1080 ti's on time spy extreme 2017/11/09 15:05:15 (permalink)
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    Cheers Sajin
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/2527365
     
    2x 1080 FTW ACX3.0 (Ek blocked, HB Bridge, EVGA Bios) 
    3DMark Score 6582
    Graphics Score 7375
    CPU Score 4091
    Graphics Test 1 47.11 fps
    Graphics Test 2 43.05 fps
    Average simulation time per frame 85.5 ms


     
    will be increasing this score over the weekend to try get back my gold cup in HWBOT 
     
    http://hwbot.org/submissi...ce_gtx_1080_6582_marks




     
    Here is mine for comparison. Was done a few weeks ago with high ambients but now that winter is coming and after I give the rads a good cleaning will be trying to push them a little harder. Maybe even put some new Grizzly on them for good measure.
    https://www.3dmark.com/co...y/2527365/spy/2548892#




    NICE 

    Hope you have that score submitted to HWBOT? keep us updated on any increases be good to know how far you can push those bad boys 
     
    In reality your beating my Graphics score, tis time i pulled my finger oot 




    Thanks
    Just posted it on HWBot. Not been there in a while so not sure of the sub process but I think it will go through.
    Absolutely, you should get some more outta the core OC I would think. If I can get or keep them cold enough I think I can get a stable 2177 OC or better one in. Can also push the CPU to 4.7 or 4.8 but that may be tricky with the CPU test as it is a ball breaker. lol




    Evga and the community doesn't seems to have much communication on HWBOT events and really not much team participation that i have seen, they have got a section for it in the forum i did go in there once but they seemed to be a not a very welcoming bunch, dunno but recent events were ROG team cup and EVGA finished in 52nd place, I would have liked to take part in that for EVGA but no organisation in getting people together to do it lol 
     
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