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Originally Posted by arrow0309 View Post

Just maximise the two sliders and enjoy the bios mod at ~1.25v (1.247) even with lower clocks and / or add some extra oc if you feel so.
In case you're quite stable around 1500 but would like to take advantage of a small volt. increment then use the modified bios I gave you this morning

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Hey arrow, I'm trying to copy your MUMOD modified BIOS settings into the H2O one I just made copying Laithan's values but I noticed I got one slider missing on mine!
I was using a BIOS that Laithan had already "unlocked" for me, enabling the hidden sliders but...what the..? There's another one???
What should I do? Can I just ignore it?
I would have to re-write all my BIOSes again if that slider is important thumb.gif






I'm not sure if 980 Bios's are numbered the same but it looks like you have two different types ie an F4 and an F10 there so yes I'd wait for Laithan to Confirm things or ask him nicely to mod a copy of your own bios for you .

Edited by Kbird - 6/6/16 at 7:01pm
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post #5312 of 7495
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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post

Seriously.... extreme package?

They couldn't have come up with anything else? Are we supposed to think this is a John Holmes GPU or something? LMAO

http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5920#kf


No "that's what she said jokes plz!"
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My favorite is 'Xtreme Friendly'. Never change, Taiwan.
post #5313 of 7495
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Originally Posted by NikolayNeykov View Post

4 years warranty? Could this card made it so much, i wonder...

Btw which would be the best paste for the Corsair H80i - Arctic Silver 5 AS5, or some Noctua? Or there is a paste inside box?

 

I can't think of a single computer item I would put Arctic Silver 5 on, if I planned to own it myself.... there are so many better thermal pastes out there for affordable costs that work so much better!!!  If someone gave me a box of AS5 I'd probably trade it for something else... 

 

Here' a list from a great review:

 

Buy-Recommendations for Air-Cooling:

Highest performance:

  • Phobya LM (LiquidMetal)
  • Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut

High performance with good price/gramm:

  • Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut
  • Be Quiet DC1
  • Prolimatech PK-2
  • Noctua NT-H1
  • Alphacool XPX-1
  • Zalman ZM-STG2

Best for testing / a lot of applications:

  • Arctic MX-4 (good performance)
  • Amasan T12 (average performance)

Best Price-Performance-Ratio:

  • Cooler Master IC Essential E1

LINK: http://overclocking.guide/thermal-paste-roundup-2015-47-products-tested-with-air-cooling-and-liquid-nitrogen-ln2/6/

 

I like the Gelid Solutions GC-Extreme, especially with its little spreader wand.  Arctic MX-4 works well for general use, but I'll never pay for AS5 again!

post #5314 of 7495
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Originally Posted by Kbird View Post


I'm not sure if 980 Bios's are numbered the same but it looks like you have two different types ie an F4 and an F10 there so yes I'd wait for Laithan to Confirm things or ask him nicely to mod a copy of your own bios for you .

Will do smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post

H2O BIOS with voltage all the way down is probably close to the voltage of the AIR BIOS with the slider maxxed. I would use the AIR BIOS and max out the voltage slider.
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Thanks, I'll do some testing with both and then take my final decision. smile.gif
Any idea about that missing slider on my BIOS? Should I take care of that or can I just ignore it?
post #5315 of 7495
Ok so, Ordered a 1080 gtx G1, i think the original bios is limited to 200 watts since it only has one 8 pin header. I am pretty sure we can bump this limit further with a bios mod biggrin.gif

Laithan you better be ready wink.gif
post #5316 of 7495
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Originally Posted by Olorin View Post

I can't think of a single computer item I would put Arctic Silver 5 on, if I planned to own it myself.... there are so many better thermal pastes out there for affordable costs that work so much better!!!  If someone gave me a box of AS5 I'd probably trade it for something else... 

Here' a list from a great review:

Buy-Recommendations for Air-Cooling:


Highest performance:



  • Phobya LM (LiquidMetal)


  • Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut



High performance with good price/gramm:



  • Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut


  • Be Quiet DC1


  • Prolimatech PK-2


  • Noctua NT-H1


  • Alphacool XPX-1


  • Zalman ZM-STG2



Best for testing / a lot of applications:



  • Arctic MX-4 (good performance)


  • Amasan T12 (average performance)



Best Price-Performance-Ratio:



  • Cooler Master IC Essential E1



LINK: http://overclocking.guide/thermal-paste-roundup-2015-47-products-tested-with-air-cooling-and-liquid-nitrogen-ln2/6/



 



I like the Gelid Solutions GC-Extreme, especially with its little spreader wand.  Arctic MX-4 works well for general use, but I'll never pay for AS5 again!


I don't know, I never had bad experience with AS5, it doesn't degrade, at least I never noticed it.

That said, I wouldn't use it for GPU, just because it harder to check footprint of it, I agree there are many pastes out there and I tend to use what works for long time,

What problem did you have with it?
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post #5317 of 7495
Seems the 1080 FE fan issue is fixed via driver ..now i wonder how they did that with out being a bios update interesting ?
post #5318 of 7495
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Originally Posted by Kbird View Post



I'm not sure if 980 Bios's are numbered the same but it looks like you have two different types ie an F4 and an F10 there so yes I'd wait for Laithan to Confirm things or ask him nicely to mod a copy of your own bios for you .

You can ignore that slider it is non-functional. smile.gif

The OP should have F4 and F10 both already modded all done smile.gif, let me know if you don't see what is needed.


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Originally Posted by Olorin View Post

I can't think of a single computer item I would put Arctic Silver 5 on, if I planned to own it myself.... there are so many better thermal pastes out there for affordable costs that work so much better!!!  If someone gave me a box of AS5 I'd probably trade it for something else... 

Here' a list from a great review:

Buy-Recommendations for Air-Cooling:


Highest performance:



  • Phobya LM (LiquidMetal)


  • Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut



High performance with good price/gramm:



  • Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut


  • Be Quiet DC1


  • Prolimatech PK-2


  • Noctua NT-H1


  • Alphacool XPX-1


  • Zalman ZM-STG2



Best for testing / a lot of applications:



  • Arctic MX-4 (good performance)


  • Amasan T12 (average performance)



Best Price-Performance-Ratio:



  • Cooler Master IC Essential E1



LINK: http://overclocking.guide/thermal-paste-roundup-2015-47-products-tested-with-air-cooling-and-liquid-nitrogen-ln2/6/



 



I like the Gelid Solutions GC-Extreme, especially with its little spreader wand.  Arctic MX-4 works well for general use, but I'll never pay for AS5 again!



^ Agree! Plus AS5 is conductive.

I use Kryonaut for both my CPU and GPU now.. I tried the liquid metal thing and I cannot spread it I just kept going back and forth rolling a ball around and it got me so frustrated I threw it out and used Kryonaut... it works amazing and it's so easy to apply plus comes with a super awesome applicator.



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Originally Posted by qgshadow View Post

Ok so, Ordered a 1080 gtx G1, i think the original bios is limited to 200 watts since it only has one 8 pin header. I am pretty sure we can bump this limit further with a bios mod biggrin.gif

Laithan you better be ready wink.gif


I'm quite certain (although I haven't seen it yet) that the BIOS is limiting power on the single PCI-e. We can get 200W from that 8-pin and then another 75W from PCI-e for a total of 275W.... it will help but we won't be able to eliminate PWR perfcaps there's just not enough power.

AND we cannot MOD a 10xx BIOS yet we are waiting for the tweaker tool to be developed. It's a much bigger challenge this time.



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Originally Posted by Edkiefer View Post

I don't know, I never had bad experience with AS5, it doesn't degrade, at least I never noticed it.

That said, I wouldn't use it for GPU, just because it harder to check footprint of it, I agree there are many pastes out there and I tend to use what works for long time,

What problem did you have with it?

It was my tried and true for YEARS and is still a "good" product but technology has brought us more refined and evolved TIM since then...



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Originally Posted by harney View Post

Seems the 1080 FE fan issue is fixed via driver ..now i wonder how they did that with out being a bios update interesting ?


I suspect the true fix would have been in BIOS but software was a "workaround". I don't know for sure but my guess is that this fix was done via driver because it was easier and less embarrassment (and lost sales) vs. having everyone try and update the BIOS.
post #5319 of 7495
Review of the strix

Its kind of disappointing really re power for a 16nm asus custom

http://www.kitguru.net/components/graphic-cards/zardon/asus-republic-of-gamers-strix-gtx-1080-aura-rgb-oc/
post #5320 of 7495
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Originally Posted by harney View Post

Seems the 1080 FE fan issue is fixed via driver ..now i wonder how they did that with out being a bios update interesting ?
Quote:
Originally Posted by harney View Post

Review of the strix

Its kind of disappointing really re power for a 16nm asus custom

http://www.kitguru.net/components/graphic-cards/zardon/asus-republic-of-gamers-strix-gtx-1080-aura-rgb-oc/

What is disappointing about it?
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