So, I sold the RX 56 only because of the crazy prices they are going for used. I bought a Asus Strix GTX 1080Ti OC from that which was nearly a wash, I think I paid $10 bucks after fees on ebay. Few results below, I dont have my cpu clocked up but at my daily 4ghz. There is one bad, well kinda strange thing about this card... It clocks without changing anything up to 1924-1949mhz at stock. If I up the power limit to 120% it stays closer to the 1949mhz and if I up the voltage all the way up to 1.093v it usually is around 1962 to 1949mhz. Great right, should OC like a boss?? Nope! I can only get about +20 from there and will not hit 2000mhz. Now, I really dont mind since it is a high OC right from the box without having to do anything but its strange that I cant really push it anymore and really it is not even worth running it at +20... The cooler is unreal though. It runs up to 40% at the highest I have seen, cant hear it at all and has not hit over 69c yet even when gaming or benching. Still playing with the ram but it hit 12000 no problem and wanted to run some benches. I dont think Ill be able to catch Mark84 :( even if I push the cpu and ram more but still happy with the results over the RX 56.. Still looking at Dasa scores its hard to believe he pushed his to those great scores too considering its a GTX 1070. Ill probably try to up the cpu some just because Id like to hit 20k/10k in FS/TimeSpy.
FireStrike: 19606 - https://www.3dmark.com/fs/14708608
TimeSpy: 9837 - https://www.3dmark.com/spy/3146034
For those curious on Superposition, I ran this with the RX 56 and RX 64 bios for the below:
Performance - 1080p Extreme preset - DirectX
RX56(RX64 bios): 3809
1080ti Ram OC: 6052
Edited by gamble, 16 January 2018 - 12:42 PM.