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

    27.1%
  3. GeForce GTX 1070

    25.2%
  4. GeForce GTX 1060

    10.8%
  5. None I Just Like Voting...

    36.9%
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  1. cbwolf

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    There is indeed an XOC Bios out for the 1080Ti which removes all driver-side voltage protections. It let's you increase voltage up to the hardware limit of 1.25v without doing hardware modifications.

    In saying that, the guys over at hwbot have done heaps of testing and found that on conventional cooling (air/water) there is zero benefit to voltage increases. Benefit only comes when using exotic cooling like dry ice and LN2.

    Don't waste your time (and warranty) :thumbdn:
     
  2. AgenaFX

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    Anyone know how to disable the Founders Edition GTX LED lights?

    I remember GeForce Experience had a setting when I owned 780 Ti Reference cards, but the latest version of the app doesn't seem to have any options.
     
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    He already has results on Futuremark with them.

    :thumbup:
     
  9. mesaoz

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    Dude... it's an inferior AIB card... what are you smoking?
     
  10. aokman

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    Would anyone buy a riced up POS like that seriously? IGAME hahaha their website looks like its from 2008.

    Pascal needs a single 120 or 140 at the most for quiet cooling. My old 980ti hybrid with a proper noctua fan barely hit 44c
     
  11. power

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    noctua fan, such rice FE blower is bestest.
     
  12. aokman

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    Didnt say FE blower was the best, I said the card PCB design was for reliability. EVGA 980ti hybrid was a reference card with a watercooler fitted... and a radiator fan that dies in 3 months.
     
  13. cyborg

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    can we expect any good specials for gtx 1070 for EOFY sales or price cuts soon
     
  14. congoh

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    You missed something better.

    Galax GTX 1080 EX OC 8GB $549 Pick up or + Shipping @ Centre Com
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/309783

    You snooze, you lose.
     
  15. dzajroo

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    That stock fan running full speed with no ability to control it, was retarded idea by EVGA. I've replaced it with Noctua Industrial fan cruising 800RPM with a custom curve, barely hit 1200RPM under full load in hottest days. Very happy with the hybrid cards. cool and very quiet solution.
     
  16. aokman

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    Yeah they seems very good, mine was fine except for the fan. Though many people reported pump failures and noisy pumps. Luckily I sold mine before it got too old.

    Jesus it was an expensive card though, I could have put a waterblock on a ref card and still saved like $200
     
  17. dzajroo

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    so nothing new from Nvidia on Computex, just same presentation as last time
     
  18. Dragonfly

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    Well there was the Max-Q design for the GTX 1080 so they could have an 18mm thick laptop with it. Saying it was more powerful than a PS4 was a bit silly though.
     
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    If I have researched this correctly, all 1080 Ti Founders Edition cards are made by Nvidia and have the same three year warranty so it would make no difference which brand besides availability would it?
     
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  20. aokman

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    Yup all the same barring what comes bundled in the box.
     

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