EVGA SC17 1080 finally available

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  1. Vasudev

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    Its one of the downsides after applying new ucode. Earlier it wasn't like that.
    Let it run in realtime mode and grab a coffee/tea/chocolates and benching will be complete with higher points.
     
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    I see.....just got to wait for it to complete, not really frozen. Thanks for the tip.
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    Lovely score. @Papusan are you happy with this score?
     
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    Don't do that....he is going to have me run Aida FPU+GPU at these clocks and creat a bonfire.:eek:
     
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    Why call it lovely score?:rolleyes:
    Dang, You react before me on @Vasudev's post. But here we go:D JK
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    Talked the heatsink today, and indeed the screws for the heatsink are on the other side of the motherboard, which is very odd and unfortunate.
    Makes very hard to balance the heatsink correctly and then flip it over to screw it down.

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    At least it’s not a TRIPOD HS design:D
     
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    My CPU requires quite a bit of voltage, but at least now it is not overheating and can run cinebench at 4.5GHz. The extra voltage is only needed to overclock the Ring. Keeping the Ring at 3.6GHz the voltage is average I guess.
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    What if you run cashe 36x and instead go for 46x for the cores with same voltage?
     
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    Yeah at 4.5GHz and ring at 3.6GHz, it requires 40mV less.
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