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    Game crashing is definately sign of overclock unstability. Normally if you overclock the memory too high, you'll start to notice artifacts on your screen.

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    Hi guys, i am new to the forum

    i just bought a strix 1080 a8g and i had a 1070 previously
    i spent some time with overclocking after i recieved the card... and i can reach 6000mhz (12.000) on the memory from the 5000 at default with no artifacts or crashes at all....
    is the same as you guys can achieve? because i read on reddit about a self error correction that gddr5x has and so it is harder to understand if the mem has reached the limit, they say to check the fps when they drop down after a certain freq. and that means that i got to the limit.
    I tried with superposition 4k optimized and i got higher score every time i increased the mem freq. till i got to AFterburner limit (+1000) at 6000mhz. To notice that Asus gpu tweak only allows me to +500 (11.000).
    What do you think? Because with my previous card (1070) i saw artifacts at around +550 but with this card it just keep going and no problems at all!

    Thanks and see ya

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    ROG Junior Member Array cladgibbon8987 PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)Dell inspiron 1440
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    Graphics Card #1Asus GTX 1080 Ti OC
    Graphics Card #2Asus GTX 1080 Ti OC
    Graphics Card #3Asus GTX 1080 Ti OC
    Graphics Card #4Asus GTX 1080 Ti OC
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    I have 2 GPU both are same ASUS ROG Strix 1080 ti OC edition. There is image was attached here it seems normal or have to change any settings.
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    GPU Boost Clock: 1683 MHz. Click image for larger version. 

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    System run continuously.
    I have less idea about overclocking give me a quick suggestion.

    System Config: i3 8th gen, Asus Z370 F, 8 gb RAM 2400 MHz, 120 GB SSD, Corsair Hx1000i PSU
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    This thread is for the 1080 GTX, not the Ti.

    Ti guide here: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...clocking-Guide

    To begin with set power target to 120% and increase core offset +50. Note that both cards will sync to the one with the lowest clock speed when in SLI.
    Last edited by Silent Scone@ASUS; 04-25-2018 at 01:52 PM.

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    ROG Member Array Velcade PC Specs
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    Thanks for the guide. I've been trying to push this thing for a few days and I seem to have reached the max.
    GPU Boost Clock: 1959MHz
    GPU Voltage: 100%
    Memory Clock: 10050MHz
    Power Target: 120%
    GPU Temp Target: 92C

    Did I get a dud? I was hoping to get 2000MHz but it doesn't seem like the case... Any thoughts or suggestions?

    Thanks!

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