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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/24 21:10:00 (permalink)
That would be nice to win, What a upgrade to my rig.
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/24 21:34:17 (permalink)
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I will start 
 
1080 Ti SC2 on EVGA Livestream machine (www.twitch.tv/teamevga). Max OC right around 2GHz, 70-75C full load with default fan curve.
 



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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 01:41:11 (permalink)
awesome giveaway

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 05:15:22 (permalink)
Oh my ..... that would be nice to play with

         
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 05:27:01 (permalink)
Gonna need a banana for scale on that FTW3, Jacob. 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 07:32:21 (permalink)
I'll post pics once I get my card in tomorrow!
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 07:45:00 (permalink)
Got my SC2 yesterday--it looks amazing! Haven't had a lot of time with it yet.
 
Looking forward to getting home today and toying with a small overclock for the dark souls expansion.
 
I did notice that the card is not idling properly, but I kind of expected this.  I'm on 1x144hz and 2x60hz panels and was aware of the mixed refresh rate downclocking issue on pascal (worked fine for me on my 780ti).  I have a list of things I'm going to try tonight to see if I can correct it, but I'm not too concerned if I can't.  The card idles at 1480 core with temps in the mid 50s on the desktop.
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 08:05:38 (permalink)
Installed the SC Black after work.  I spent several hours optimizing the games to run at 2160p60 and was quite pleased.  The only real heavy game I have now is Rise of Tomb Raider, and I use the benchmark for quick stability testing.  Under high settings I was able to get 58 FPS average at stock settings and 68 FPS at 120% and +100/450 MHz overclock.  There's some texture flickering at higher memory clock, so backed it down as low as 300 MHz, but it started crashing even with stock settings.  It could be from the OSD or CPU instability at 4.5 GHz (defaults for now), but I'm not quite sure yet.  Peak temps while running the benchmark is 71c, and peak clock is 2050 MHz, but usually hovers in the high 1900 MHz range.
 



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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 10:04:34 (permalink)
My card 970 ssc acx is broken and that's is good time to win this Superb 1080.
EVGA make something great card looks just Awesome and this performance!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 10:40:17 (permalink)
I would love to one day own an EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3, but since I can't afford to buy one hopefully I will get lucky enough to win this Sick ass card! Thanks for the chance!  
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 11:30:09 (permalink)
That would be such an epic card to win. I would retire my MSI 1070 so quick! And move up from 1440P to 4k :)
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 11:36:45 (permalink)
Sweet give away!


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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 12:21:27 (permalink)
FTW3?! ooooh man! Good luck everyone! 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 13:07:36 (permalink)
One of the better looking 1080 Ti's right now, I'm sure it performs as good as it looks= win win!
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 13:49:55 (permalink)
I Like!! would love to get my hands on one of these or better yet a pair!

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 14:09:35 (permalink)
Im needing to upgrade my 780ti a 1080ti looks just right!
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 14:37:00 (permalink)
Amazing looking card, I would die for one of these beauties.
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 15:46:09 (permalink)
Sweet Jesus.
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 17:43:45 (permalink)
Loving my EVGA GTX 1070 FTW , But I must say upgrading to 1080Ti/FTW3 Would definitely make me a happy winner !!
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 19:41:23 (permalink)
I just built a new rig with the FTX1080 FTW... I'm already behind the game :(    lol
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/25 19:43:28 (permalink)
dream card
 
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/26 00:06:57 (permalink)
I wish I could afford a 1080ti
Nonetheless, it would still be glorious to game on with my 6700k

Whether I do win or not, thanks for the giveaway Jacob F and the EVGA team!
I have shared it with the PC gamer groups I admin for on facebook
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/26 06:19:24 (permalink)
Oh sweet, thanks for this absolutely awesome giveaway 

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/26 08:01:15 (permalink)
upgrate from evga gtx 970 to this 1080 would be awersome! Hope to win as got no cash for upgrades :)
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/26 08:59:47 (permalink)
So I got my new GTX 1080 Ti SC2 the same day NVIDIA released a new driver, v381.89, yesterday!

I wasn't going to benchmark since I find it generally dull but since I'd installed a new driver I thought I'd run a few random game benchmark with the new driver prior to installing the new card. As such I didn't actually install the GTX 1080 Ti until nearly 9pm but I ended up not going to bed until 2am anyway so I had a good opportunity to test the new card.

These games were ran at 2560x1440 with completely maxed out settings except for SSAA and with NO overclock on the GTX 1080 Ti but a mild overclock of +75 MHz on the core/+250 MHz on the memory on the GTX 1080 FTW (this is already factory overclocked remember). This resulted in a boost to around 2,038 MHz on the GTX 1080 and an impressive boost to 1,911 MHz on the GTX 1080 Ti where is remained until the temperature rose above 71 C. All I did on the GTX 1080 Ti was increase the Power % from 100 to its max. of 120.

The results are as follows:

Sniper Elite 4 - DX12, Magazeno Facility, noted FPS immediately after the save game loads
1080: 70.0 fps
1080 Ti: 101 fps

Resident Evil 5 - DX9, in-game Variable benchmark
1080: 239.7 fps
1080 Ti: 240.6 fps

An oldie, yes, and one that appears to be CPU bound.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor - DX11
1080: Ave. 102.88/Max. 140.96/Min. 65.50 fps
1080 Ti: Ave. 131.85/Max. 187.53/Min. 81.31 fps

Tom Clancy's The Division - DX12, in-game benchmark
1080: [N/A as the game was updating]
1080 Ti: 96.1 fps

Rise of the Tomb Raider - DX12, in-game benchmark
1080: 93.24 fps
1080 Ti: 114.5 fps

Far Cry Primal - DX11, in-game benchmark
1080: Min. 58/Ave. 78/Max. 93 fps
1080 Ti: Min. 57/Ave. 89/Max. 108 fps

For Honor - DX11, in-game benchmark
1080: Min. 68.69/Ave. 92.14/Max. 134.45 fps
1080 Ti: Min. 80.34/Ave. 116.54/Max. 190.48 fps

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands - DX11, in-game benchmark
1080: 52.14 fps
1080 Ti: 59.77 fps

Hitman (2016) - DX12, in-game benchmark
1080: 103.61 fps
1080 Ti: 104.7 fps (???)

As you can see there's a 20 fps boost in framerates to the better optimised games such as Middle-earth, Rise, For Honor and Sniper Elite 4. Resident Evil 5 appears to CPU bound and Far Cry Primal basically maxed one CPU core so I'm not surprised that the framerate only improves by 11 fps. As for Wildlands, well I don't think it's the most optimised game by far but nevertheless the game feels smoother now it runs at 60 fps more of the time. 
 
As for the card itself, well the design isn't the most inspiring but that doesn't matter once it is in the case as I'm not going to be looking at it. It's quiet in use and temperatures seem to be around 1-3 C warmer than my GTX 1080 in the games I tested, e.g. where the 1080 would hit 68 C the 1080 Ti hits 71-72 C. It is a more powerful card though but I was hoping for lower temperatures than those of GTX 1080 by virtue of the improved iCX design over the older ACX 3.0. Still, it runs significantly cooler than the Founder's Edition cards and is much quieter too. I do like the addition of the LEDs on the card that show how warm the various components are (all mine are currently blue!); that is a neat feature that means you don't have to use software to keep track of temperatures. Hopefully, EVGA will include this in all their cards going forward.

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/26 09:05:35 (permalink)
Daz1967
So I got my new GTX 1080 Ti SC2 the same day NVIDIA released a new driver, v381.89, yesterday!

I wasn't going to benchmark since I find it generally dull but since I'd installed a new driver I thought I'd run a few random game benchmark with the new driver prior to installing the new card. As such I didn't actually install the GTX 1080 Ti until nearly 9pm but I ended up not going to bed until 2am anyway so I had a good opportunity to test the new card.

These games were ran at 2560x1440 with completely maxed out settings except for SSAA and with NO overclock on the GTX 1080 Ti but a mild overclock of +75 MHz on the core/+250 MHz on the memory on the GTX 1080 FTW (this is already factory overclocked remember). This resulted in a boost to around 2,038 MHz on the GTX 1080 and an impressive boost to 1,911 MHz on the GTX 1080 Ti where is remained until the temperature rose above 71 C. All I did on the GTX 1080 Ti was increase the Power % from 100 to its max. of 120.

The results are as follows:

Sniper Elite 4 - DX12, Magazeno Facility, noted FPS immediately after the save game loads
1080: 70.0 fps
1080 Ti: 101 fps

Resident Evil 5 - DX9, in-game Variable benchmark
1080: 239.7 fps
1080 Ti: 240.6 fps

An oldie, yes, and one that appears to be CPU bound.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor - DX11
1080: Ave. 102.88/Max. 140.96/Min. 65.50 fps
1080 Ti: Ave. 131.85/Max. 187.53/Min. 81.31 fps

Tom Clancy's The Division - DX12, in-game benchmark
1080: [N/A as the game was updating]
1080 Ti: 96.1 fps

Rise of the Tomb Raider - DX12, in-game benchmark
1080: 93.24 fps
1080 Ti: 114.5 fps

Far Cry Primal - DX11, in-game benchmark
1080: Min. 58/Ave. 78/Max. 93 fps
1080 Ti: Min. 57/Ave. 89/Max. 108 fps

For Honor - DX11, in-game benchmark
1080: Min. 68.69/Ave. 92.14/Max. 134.45 fps
1080 Ti: Min. 80.34/Ave. 116.54/Max. 190.48 fps

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands - DX11, in-game benchmark
1080: 52.14 fps
1080 Ti: 59.77 fps

Hitman (2016) - DX12, in-game benchmark
1080: 103.61 fps
1080 Ti: 104.7 fps (???)

As you can see there's a 20 fps boost in framerates to the better optimised games such as Middle-earth, Rise, For Honor and Sniper Elite 4. Resident Evil 5 appears to CPU bound and Far Cry Primal basically maxed one CPU core so I'm not surprised that the framerate only improves by 11 fps. As for Wildlands, well I don't think it's the most optimised game by far but nevertheless the game feels smoother now it runs at 60 fps more of the time. 
 
As for the card itself, well the design isn't the most inspiring but that doesn't matter once it is in the case as I'm not going to be looking at it. It's quiet in use and temperatures seem to be around 1-3 C warmer than my GTX 1080 in the games I tested, e.g. where the 1080 would hit 68 C the 1080 Ti hits 71-72 C. It is a more powerful card though but I was hoping for lower temperatures than those of GTX 1080 by virtue of the improved iCX design over the older ACX 3.0. Still, it runs significantly cooler than the Founder's Edition cards and is much quieter too. I do like the addition of the LEDs on the card that show how warm the various components are (all mine are currently blue!); that is a neat feature that means you don't have to use software to keep track of temperatures. Hopefully, EVGA will include this in all their cards going forward.


Thanks for the review. They can be time consuming as well as make you late for work. hahahaha

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/26 12:43:03 (permalink)
Looks good!
 

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/26 12:57:16 (permalink)
good luck to all!
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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/26 13:30:13 (permalink)
Here is mine
 
Going from  MSI AMD 390x Gaming 8G  To 1080ti SC2
 

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Re: Official Post Your EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC/SC2/FTW3! 2017/04/26 20:06:30 (permalink)
excellent Card!
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