NVIDIA Pascal GTX 1050, 1060, 1070, 1080, TITAN X (P) | Discussion

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What Pascal GPU(s) Do You Own?

  1. NVIDIA TITAN X

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  2. GeForce GTX 1080

    26.8%
  3. GeForce GTX 1070

    25.6%
  4. GeForce GTX 1060

    11.0%
  5. None I Just Like Voting...

    36.7%
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  1. AstinGC90

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    Still getting 3D Mark saying 350Mhz Core on my results page but scored a 9599 running 2075Mhz Core & 12216Mhz Memory, 75c, AB sliders maxed. CPU daily in sig. http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1412574
     
  2. aussie-revhead

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    Good stuff mate, can you run firestrike too and sub them in the ranking thread?

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  3. AstinGC90

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    Damn, Totally forgot FireStirke. The core clock bounces a bit so might wait for GPU block and shunt mod but this is my best Time Spy for now.
    http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1412918

    When posting screens of your run do you set GPU-z to show max clocks or average, I left it all alone this time but handy to know.

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  4. bondibro

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    Nice score. Is this with the card OC or left at defaults?
     
  5. AstinGC90

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    Decent OC on the GPU with room at about 23c ambient. This one: http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1413061 my CPU didn't throttle it's clock and the GPU sustained a higher clock but I scored lower which is odd. I think I may have tightened ram timings, hence the higher CPU score at a lower clock.
     
  6. nCrypt

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    Some pics of the new block, pretty. fingerprint magnet!

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    Am i reading that right, 1.56V on your CPU Core for 4.8GHZ? OUCH

    I just installed my ek titanx block on my 1080 Ti last nite, finished running the loop, just gotta fill and leak test, then can get into some benching.

    Whats the best way to OC the 10 series cards, have a 1080 ti and a 1080 both under water, but never actually tried to OC them. always been focused on CPU and MEM clocking.
     
  7. AstinGC90

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    Yeah I think my AVX -6 put it down to 4.8Ghz in TimeSpy but not for the whole run, will investigate soon as that's the first time I've had that issue. That's my 5.4Ghz voltage normally.

    Dat block doe! Looking great man. Get some number happening when you stop drooling!
     
  8. aussie-revhead

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    Very pretty nCrypt, hurry and get some firestrike etc happening.

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  9. nCrypt

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    ah i see, just thinking 1.56V for 4.8ghz, either hit a 5 instead of a 2 (1.26V), or somethings not right!

    Had a play with kabylake, got frustrated, went back to other faithful (x99)

    i have noticed a great improvement in min FPS @ 4k between the 1080 Ti and 1080. now the 5960x/GTX1080 system is powering a 1080p monitor, so wrong, haha

    Doing leak test atm, should be up in a couple of hours!
     
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    The results are so variable even with the same clocks you really need to run it a few times.
     
  12. Punster

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    Just got my EVGA 1080Ti today :) - now to work out a nice fan profile and overclock setting!
     
  13. aussie-revhead

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    Where did you score the evga from?

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  14. Punster

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    Newegg.

    10char.
     
  15. aussie-revhead

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    Awesome, do post up some results for us.

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  16. Punster

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  17. aussie-revhead

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    Standard fire strike too please

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  18. Punster

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    Pleb version added.
     
  19. aokman

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    Not bad numbers :) needs a waterblock :thumbup:
     
  20. Punster

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    Yeah, thinking the AIO Ti option from EVGA soon, not sure my CPU cooling could handle a GPU loop.
     

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