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2018/02/10 11:33:17 (permalink)
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In a world where scalpers are ruining the pc world, this gentleman sold me an amazing card at an amazing price. You are appreciated and you are my new best friend!





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    AWK16
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 12:10:48 (permalink)
    Beautiful card
    Yes, he's one of the very few good guys that still have a good heart.... full respect.
     
    BTW. This card ( blower style is my favorite) looks great in you rig
    post edited by AWK16 - 2018/02/10 12:13:27
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 12:17:11 (permalink)
    Definitely agree Scarlet is a great dude. Congrat's on your card Vegeta. 
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 12:48:21 (permalink)



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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 13:12:27 (permalink)
    It looks awesome mounted vertically! Glad it made it safe!
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 13:21:31 (permalink)
    Glad you got a card

    Peace, love, and chicken grease
     
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 13:26:05 (permalink)
    Enjoy your new jet engine hah :) Looks great!

     

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 13:52:50 (permalink)
    notfordman
    Definitely agree Scarlet is a great dude.

    Scarlet is one of the BEST.
    Now let's see how long it stays in that case before Vegeta sells it lol.

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 15:10:47 (permalink)
    Clean setup
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 15:21:47 (permalink)
    Yep , very nice - the 1080 Ti is a beast

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 15:41:46 (permalink)
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    notfordman
    Definitely agree Scarlet is a great dude.

    Scarlet is one of the BEST.
    Now let's see how long it stays in that case before Vegeta sells it lol.



    hahaha, I'm going to keep this for a long time unless Volta is like a 40% jump.  I wont trade it out for 10-20% increase
     
    Ranmacanada
    Enjoy your new jet engine hah :) Looks great!




    Yea it can be a little load.  I changed my side fans a little bit and it helps keep the accoustics and the temps down
     
    The clock hits 1847 BoostClock with only increasing the PowerLimit to 120%  This boy is happy =)

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 15:43:38 (permalink)
    Very nice build
     
    Custom fan curve 30% - 80% works well and is reasonable on the sound quality
     
    I've bought from Scarlet he is a great seller

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 15:57:57 (permalink)
    How does it OC? Or is it all silicon lottery? I just picked one up for the price a miner would soil their pants.
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 16:39:44 (permalink)
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    How does it OC? Or is it all silicon lottery? I just picked one up for the price a miner would soil their pants.




    I haven't tried pushing it all the way yet, but I have got it running at 1947 stable

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 17:56:18 (permalink)
    that is a sweet setup! congrats on the 1080 ti
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/10 18:26:47 (permalink)
    So nice.
    I've really been digging the FE look I must say - also has highest water cooling block compatibility.
    Great choice indeed my dude. 
    Been thinking about getting a 1080ti myself but eh, we'll see
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/11 08:38:49 (permalink)
    Cool
     
    One of my 1080 Ti cards is the EVGA FE one.:)
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/11 22:07:30 (permalink)
    Love my EVGA 1080ti FE, congrats on getting yourself one. I have to say roaming around this forum, never seen Scarlet do anybody wrong, well maybe a little tongue lashing from time to time. 
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/11 22:58:41 (permalink)
    He did me a really nice solid.

    Scarlet truly is the one!!!

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/12 05:44:52 (permalink)
    You were warned about that  riser,  keep the warning in mind when you start experiencing freezes and graphical corruption in gpu decoded video players.

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/12 07:33:02 (permalink)
    Very nice Rig !!
    Enjoy your new toy !!

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/12 08:01:11 (permalink)
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    You were warned about that  riser,  keep the warning in mind when you start experiencing freezes and graphical corruption in gpu decoded video players.


    I haven’t had any issues yet...

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/12 08:27:47 (permalink)
    Great looking machine, i'm jealous...! 
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/13 10:50:27 (permalink)
    Nice !!! I love my 1080ti FE....

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/13 12:59:45 (permalink)
    That card really is beautiful. I like the style, but I think I'm still going to go for an open air fan because it will be somewhat quieter and my case has good ventilation.
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/13 15:05:30 (permalink)
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    That card really is beautiful. I like the style, but I think I'm still going to go for an open air fan because it will be somewhat quieter and my case has good ventilation.




    So I've settled on running the fan at 55 % and that keeps the temps between 85-89 degrees (with full constant load).  I run the power to 120% and have the core bumped up 75 and the mem up 100.
     
    The core clock runs steady at 1847 and the acoustics are very reasonable

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/13 15:11:18 (permalink)
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    That card really is beautiful. I like the style, but I think I'm still going to go for an open air fan because it will be somewhat quieter and my case has good ventilation.




    So I've settled on running the fan at 55 % and that keeps the temps between 85-89 degrees (with full constant load).  I run the power to 120% and have the core bumped up 75 and the mem up 100.
     
    The core clock runs steady at 1847 and the acoustics are very reasonable


    You'd be the only happy person with temps in the upper 80c. No point in overclocking as the card will thermal downclock at those temps.

    50-60s c is where you want the temps.

    70-75% fan is where id go after 40c when it's on load in gaming.

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/13 15:36:41 (permalink)
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    SlyMarksman
    That card really is beautiful. I like the style, but I think I'm still going to go for an open air fan because it will be somewhat quieter and my case has good ventilation.




    So I've settled on running the fan at 55 % and that keeps the temps between 85-89 degrees (with full constant load).  I run the power to 120% and have the core bumped up 75 and the mem up 100.
     
    The core clock runs steady at 1847 and the acoustics are very reasonable


    You'd be the only happy person with temps in the upper 80c. No point in overclocking as the card will thermal downclock at those temps.

    50-60s c is where you want the temps.

    70-75% fan is where id go after 40c when it's on load in gaming.



    Have you heard that fan at 70-75%?? lol

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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/13 16:03:38 (permalink)
    Running my EVGA 1080 FE & Nvidia Titan Xp @ 100% fan all I hear is PPD, PPD, PPD (point per day Folding)
     
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    Re: My new Evga Gtx 1080ti FE 2018/02/13 17:12:01 (permalink)
     
    VegetaCreeper
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    That card really is beautiful. I like the style, but I think I'm still going to go for an open air fan because it will be somewhat quieter and my case has good ventilation.




    So I've settled on running the fan at 55 % and that keeps the temps between 85-89 degrees (with full constant load).  I run the power to 120% and have the core bumped up 75 and the mem up 100.
     
    The core clock runs steady at 1847 and the acoustics are very reasonable




    wow, you're cooking it. 50-60c is optimal. you run into a soft throttle at 60c. bring the power back to 100% and no overclocking at all. see where temps are, increase fan as needed. that vert mount may also be hurting you as you don't have a bottom case fan blowing up on the intake. 
     
    card will have a short life at those temps. you're also getting nothing from the OC as you throttle above 60c and it gets worse the hotter you go. 
     
    the ftw3, strix, gaming x etc can all run 2000mhz {if the chip is decent} and not go above 55-60c in game. 
     
    just for kicks i ran this msi gaming x 1080ti in a benchmark to see where 1847mhz comes on under full load. it's 84% power. that's how badly you're being throttled at those temps
     
    a high flow case fan blowing up from the bottom on a horizontal mount helps those a lot. you feed the blower cold fresh air
    post edited by racebum - 2018/02/13 17:15:36
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