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I haven't seen anyone fold with them yet. Anandtech review shows 21% increase over the 1080Ti using their folding benchmark. Its not going to be 100% real world but expect 1.3-1.4mill PPD. Not  huge jump over the 1mill an overclocked card gets.

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Wow you didnt wait long lol

 

I pre-ordered during the keynote as soon as the page went live, received my original email confirmation instantly saying the cards would ship "on or around" 9/20.

 

Called customer service today for tracking/shipping information as I paid for express shipping, and was directed to a company called Digital River. Which is the fulfillment company for the nVidia online store. 

 

After contacting Digital River I received an email today saying cards will ship "on or around" October 23.  :fp:    

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I'm getting 1.4Mill PPD on Project 11719 with a 2080 @ Stock. Not bad. I'm sure I could get another 100K with a minor OC. Also these FE coolers aren't bad either. 72c @ 46% fan while folding. Might be the first time I'm happy with the FE model over a the AIB partners.

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Only thing in my benchmark viewer in HFM is a 1070 to compare.

 

Project ID: 11719
 Core: OPENMM_21
 Credit: 12368
 Frames: 100


 Name: 1070 little room Slot 01
 Path: 192.168.1.18-36330
 Number of Frames Observed: 300

 Min. Time / Frame : 00:02:07 - 601,028.4 PPD
 Avg. Time / Frame : 00:02:09 - 587,105.3 PPD


 Name: 1070 little room Slot 02
 Path: 192.168.1.18-36330
 Number of Frames Observed: 300

 Min. Time / Frame : 00:02:05 - 615,510.8 PPD
 Avg. Time / Frame : 00:02:05 - 615,510.8 PPD
 

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I'm getting 1.4Mill PPD on Project 11719 with a 2080 @ Stock. Not bad. I'm sure I could get another 100K with a minor OC. Also these FE coolers aren't bad either. 72c @ 46% fan while folding. Might be the first time I'm happy with the FE model over a the AIB partners.

 

You should see a nice boost @ stock with driver version 416.16 released today. 

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WU11719

 

1080ti no overclock

 

Name: 1080ti living room Slot 00
 Path: 192.168.1.75-36330
 Number of Frames Observed: 94

 Min. Time / Frame : 00:01:21 - 1,179,975.8 PPD
 Avg. Time / Frame : 00:01:22 - 1,158,457.5 PPD


 Name: 1080ti living room Slot 01
 Path: 192.168.1.75-36330
 Number of Frames Observed: 1

 Min. Time / Frame : 00:01:20 - 1,202,169.6 PPD
 Avg. Time / Frame : 00:01:20 - 1,202,169.6 PPD


 Name: 1080ti living room Slot 02
 Path: 192.168.1.75-36330
 Number of Frames Observed: 100

 Min. Time / Frame : 00:01:20 - 1,202,169.6 PPD
 Avg. Time / Frame : 00:01:20 - 1,202,169.6 PPD
 

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I wonder if Nvdia is gimping the 1080 Ti now that 2080's are released with new Game Ready Drivers,.. I'm guessing you were running older driver version with WU11719 getting PPD 1,202,169.  :huh:

 

I'm running latest Game Ready Driver version 416.34 with 1080 Ti and only getting 1,151,249 PPD running WU11719,.. right now!

 

 

 

 

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Yea its a little older driver 388.13 windows 10 these are the EVGA FTW3 Gaming. I turned it on this evening to see...

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I'm running windows 10 also, cards at default settings 1822.5MHz core and 1251.5MHz memory,.. going to finish current WU's and roll-back to driver version 388.13,.. and see what PPD is for next WU11719.  

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