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    Strix 1080ti OC.

    Hi i am looking to get a STRIX-GTX1080TI-O11G-GAMING 11GB when it becomes available over the evga ftw3 1080ti, my question is how easy is to OC to 2012mhz with the Asus gpu?

    What are you guys getting in overclocking?

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    2000-2050Mhz should be easily achieved on these cards. Beyond this, it falls down to silicon lottery and temperature.

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    I used to have a evga 1080ti ftw3 that I had to rma and got my money back, I was only able to achieved 2012mhz anything after that it would crash so now I am looking into the Asus strix.

    And reason I had to send it back was cause it was giving me artifact .
    Last edited by -javier-; 01-26-2018 at 01:07 PM.

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    Over 2000 without a problem, and well above that. I haven't pushed mine more than that though, simply because I don't need to.

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