Question gtx1080 ti

Darren35

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been overclocking my gtx1080ti with msi afterburner and I just wanted to know your thoughts on this overclock .
+165 core clock
+550 memory clock
Heaven benchmark results FPS 96.2 score 2423 , FPS min 33.3 max 199.6 ultra setting 2k.

I didn't know this card could be push that much , seems stable I can push it more but it seems to lower the score. ill do some more testing in game.
 
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Darren35

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Do you have any test results? . I found I could push mine more without it crashing but it lowered the FPS results, so I backed off both core and memory and it gave me higher FPS.
 

Darren35

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Just got the score rating a bit higher , Is this score rating good I am still new to overclocking but this is my 3rd try on overclocking gpu. res 2560x1440
 

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Do you have any test results? . I found I could push mine more without it crashing but it lowered the FPS results, so I backed off both core and memory and it gave me higher FPS.
I can post some a little later.
I COULD do +400 memory, but it'll pass a Realbench 8hr ST, but crash in UH if run overnight... so, it's not stable.
And some games just don't like manually OC'd cards. I play one such indie title, Redout Enhanced. Literally NOTHING(DDU, new driver/older driver, etc.) works, except leaving the card at stock and raising the power limit to max.


Unigine Heaven isn't good for comparing scores from different systems; there are too many variable settings in it. Use a standard benchmark like 3DMark FireStrike or TimeSpy.
News to me, but I'll try it out.
 

Darren35

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I was wondering is it ok for the CPU score to be much lower than the graphics score like mine is , I overclock my Ryzen 2600 to 4.0ghz so I think that's about the limit I could go to on mine .
 
I was wondering is it ok for the CPU score to be much lower than the graphics score like mine is , I overclock my Ryzen 2600 to 4.0ghz so I think that's about the limit I could go to on mine .
Seems like it could be a little higher, but it doesn't look abnormal since it is higher than a stock score. Again though, seems like it could be a little higher.

 

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