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    Hi, Yes, sounds like you're stable with less...

    Hi,

    Yes, sounds like you're stable with less voltage on the default Boost curve. You will need to play with the curve to see how far you can push things at which voltage points. Unfortunately...
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    Hi Nick, thanks. Yes Pascal cards were binned...

    Hi Nick, thanks. Yes Pascal cards were binned throughout the range. Although, once pushing things on water the silicon limit is around the same besides a few golden samples.
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    I don’t recall saying temperature was the...

    I don’t recall saying temperature was the problem, I said possibly due to change in ambient. It doesn’t take much for stability to become affected. For now, reduce the voltage slider to 0% and retest...
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    Could well be just a change in ambient...

    Could well be just a change in ambient temperature or case temperature due to the difference in running gear, although the offset variation isn't that huge. Maybe try reducing the voltage offset...
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    The core clock reading from Unigen benchmarks is...

    The core clock reading from Unigen benchmarks is inaccurate. Only use your GPU monitoring tool.

    Overclocking using the voltage curve is very individual to the GPU, there's no guarantee one will...
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    Like I've already said, you need to use the...

    Like I've already said, you need to use the voltage curve to try and achieve higher frequency at a *lower* voltage. Not higher. I think once you do some more homework on GPU Boost 3.0, these things...
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    Have amended my post as I typed the example...

    Have amended my post as I typed the example voltages incorrectly, although they were just example voltages, every GPU is different.

    You can access the voltage curve in AB by double-clicking on the...
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    400+ offset is around the sweet spot for most...

    400+ offset is around the sweet spot for most cards on the memory side, but gains are limited.

    If you're not able to hit 2Ghz by increasing the offset slider, then as per my post above, you will...
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    Leave it at default for the time being.

    Leave it at default for the time being.
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    The boost clock curve becomes quite steep after...

    The boost clock curve becomes quite steep after 30c. That's just how GPU Boost 3.0 works. Don't think of it as downclocking and more of adapting to the conditions. Sometimes by increasing the voltage...
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    The boost clock will settle depending on voltage...

    The boost clock will settle depending on voltage and temperature conditions. The temperature conditions for clock speed is more sensitive on Pascal than on previous generations of GPU. Increasing the...
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    Worth noting from the above, that voltage control...

    Worth noting from the above, that voltage control is not enabled. You'll likely find that the reason setting a lower offset nets you better scores is because you're hitting a voltage limit.
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    Hi, no problem. 1) Set the GPU temp target...

    Hi, no problem.


    1) Set the GPU temp target to whatever you're comfortable with. The Strix cooler is capable enough that temperatures will be well within 80c. You can safely ignore the...
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    That's how GPU Boost works until voltage and...

    That's how GPU Boost works until voltage and thermal limits are breached, but the bins are derived from ASIC quality. It's possible to hit higher clocks out of the box with some samples, but what's...
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    You'll have to try it and see. Every GPU is...

    You'll have to try it and see. Every GPU is different in this regard. For instance, some may be stable at 2050Mhz at @ 1.065v, where as others may be unstable at this voltage, yet stable at 1.050v at...
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    Breathing room isn't really the problem. In...

    Breathing room isn't really the problem. In lowering the temps further such as with watercooling, Pascal can respond fairly well in terms of obtainable clocks. It's down to the silicon, if you want...
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    Yes that's the OC version :) Temps can...

    Yes that's the OC version :)





    Temps can help with Pascal to an extent, as is shown in the guide. If you're looking to push things as far as they'll go within the NVIDIA defined amperage...
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    1) 1683Mhz is the default boost clock whilst the...

    1) 1683Mhz is the default boost clock whilst the card is in Gaming mode. The maximum reported clocks you're seeing in 3DMark are the boost clock peak.


    2) Sometimes, setting a lower maximum...
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    Thanks, Hard to say without knowing the...

    Thanks,

    Hard to say without knowing the frequencies. You can try adjusting the voltage curve manually if hitting a wall.
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    Thanks, you're most welcome :)

    Thanks, you're most welcome :)
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    Specification CPU: 6850K @ 4.4Ghz Motherboard:...

    Specification
    CPU: 6850K @ 4.4Ghz
    Motherboard: ASUS X99 Deluxe II
    PSU: EVGA 1200W
    RAM: GSKILL F4-3200C14Q-32GTZ
    Storage: M.2 Samsung PM961 512GB NVMe
    GPU: ASUS Strix 1080Ti Gaming

    Avg. Time...
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    Strix 1080Ti Overclocking Guide

    ASUS Strix 1080TI Overclocking Overview

    It’s no secret that the NVIDIA Pascal architecture is monumentally fast. In the last 3 years alone, the expectation we have of real-time rendering has grown...
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