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sounds reasonable. but later on after posting here , i notice the EVGA table has more inputs there than my MSI bios table. would you be able to sort out my MSI bios ?
i can OC my gpu right now with +120 core and +500 memory while gaming stable no crash no artifacts. and my volt is set to+89 in afterburner.

im pretty dumb with bios modding but from what ive read so far around, i may need more TDP and unlock a little bit extra volt? would be epic if you could help me out modding my bios rolleyes.gif

i have some time in a day. just attach the bios in a zip file and let me know what clock it hits w/o any adjustments out of the box. what volts that's at and the ASIC helps too. smile.gif
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lets have some fun

1650mhz core / 8800mhz ram



gave me 4639 points

pretty sweet, im even faster than an custom AIB 1080gtx.


EDIT UPDATE

got the nem going 8911mhz, but i cant push more, and it start give worse scores lol smile.gif

but it seems the nem controller in the GPU is my bottleneck here, cause i went from 8880 to 8900 with some added volt in the bios via maxwell bios tweaker.
temps is around 40 degress in load, wish i could do better thoe.. gpu wont go past 1660mhz stabel, no matter volt !

Incredible, have you done any VBIOS modifications to the L2C/SYS/MEM speeds? What values do you have set for those currently? What kind of
GPU vcore are you running?
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Wow at zetoor85's score & those clocks! thumb.gif
1500 / 8000, my gaming clocks but ran this at nv prefer max perf mode & near max fanspeed

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i have some time in a day. just attach the bios in a zip file and let me know what clock it hits w/o any adjustments out of the box. what volts that's at and the ASIC helps too. smile.gif

wow appreciate that so much !

i cant attach it here for some reason... 150kb ? lmao, https://mega.nz/#!TBFF2RhL!vHvI8lCjNfsy99MskJF2_Hyi-RVNyv4Xoo9EI83mhs8

ASIC Quality : 76%
max core clock : 1354mhz(+120)
max mem clock : 3505mhz(+500)
max volt : 1179mV(+87)
max temp 60c(watercooled)
power limit set to 109

i think its well able to hit plenty more right?
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Only one card was used 1455/7796 MHz
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Max oc with one card thumb.gif
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Incredible, have you done any VBIOS modifications to the L2C/SYS/MEM speeds? What values do you have set for those currently? What kind of
GPU vcore are you running?

the ram just gets stuck voltage, dont know how much they eat smile.gif i run the ram 8500mhz for 24-7 use. and yea i just edit the orginal bios from my gigabyte card. i hold voltage around 1.280 for now, but the card can do 1600mhz @ 1.20 volt smile.gif but gets pretty hungry past 1600mhz
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Max oc with one card thumb.gif

try disable sli in your driver and run again smile.gif
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try disable sli in your driver and run again smile.gif
Sli is disable It shows up as x2 anyways, And if you didn't know Superposition doesn't support sli atm.. Best you can do is force rendering in nvidia controll panel but that only gives you 60 % or so on 2 cards while if you got 3 like me the third will only sitt there and do noting so 95 - 100 % vs 2x 60 % gives me the same score withing margin
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Sli is disable It shows up as x2 anyways, And if you didn't know Superposition doesn't support sli atm.. Best you can do is force rendering in nvidia controll panel but that only gives you 60 % or so on 2 cards while if you got 3 like me the third will only sitt there and do noting so 95 - 100 % vs 2x 60 % gives me the same score withing margin

Yes iknow sli is NOT supported but you can use AFR2 to render smile.gif
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