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Overclock strix 1080ti not OC - problem...help pls

theotorm
Level 9
Hi
I needed some help because I tried to overclok my 1080ti not-OC strix.
I tell you ... my friend made me change the voltage curve by lowering the voltage to 1025 and raising the
vcore to 2025 .... just crash with heaven ... i tried to raise the voltage ... but nothing to do ... is stable at 2000
only with voltage 1062 ...
For now, the most stable I found it at 1949mhz with voltage at 1031 ...
I wanted to ask you ... is it so much the difference between 1949 and 2025 for performance?
can you recommend me another way to do oc?
thank you so much
Francis
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Chino
Level 15
I have a Strix GTX 1080 guide in my signature you can follow. The steps are the same for the Strix GTX 1080 Ti. 🙂

Silent_Scone
Super Moderator
theotorm wrote:
Hi
I needed some help because I tried to overclok my 1080ti not-OC strix.
I tell you ... my friend made me change the voltage curve by lowering the voltage to 1025 and raising the
vcore to 2025 .... just crash with heaven ... i tried to raise the voltage ... but nothing to do ... is stable at 2000
only with voltage 1062 ...
For now, the most stable I found it at 1949mhz with voltage at 1031 ...
I wanted to ask you ... is it so much the difference between 1949 and 2025 for performance?
can you recommend me another way to do oc?
thank you so much
Francis


If overclocking the card for the first time it's best not to adjust the voltage curve, and try a set voltage using the slider. If your friend adjusted the curve, revert to default and increase the slider only. Every card is different in terms of preferred voltage at a given frequency. Be sure to also increase the power target to 120%
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Raja
Level 13