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Who will be providing this tool? Is there a date or thread about it somewhere? thanks for the help! I just want to kill the boost and make it core all teh time lol.

There's a big discussion on the bios in this thread, and the tool is being worked on by the same people as the Maxwell tool (I believe), but long story short, nobody has decrypted the Pascal bios yet. Pretty interesting following the discussion in that thread though about how people have picked up on snippets of hex here and there and correlating them to definitions that apply to the cards.
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Anyone got stats for the two FTW BIOS-es? Clocks look the same, oc potential also. Look identical. I expected more from these. 2114 max stable (voltage in Precision to max, fan 100%, 120%/92°C) is not really the best. But still, one more thing bothers me: the performance of 1080 is not really that great. Without OC to 2.1/5.5mem it can't pass oced Titanx at 1.5GHz. Max oc makes it only 13% faster. I expected more. Any way to raise voltage (past what PrecisionX does ofc)?
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Man I have a 980 Ti Classy and I was pretty happy with it, but the 749 tag on the 1080 Classy turned me off to it, my 1080 FTW will be here tomorrow. What kind of speeds are you getting with the Classy?

2150 boost 11000 memory. Me getting that classy was a lesson in always getting the in store warranty at micro center. The day the classys came out I had a fan bearing let go on my 980 Gaming 4G MSI card. I took it into the store and got to pick the 1080 classy (the only one in stock) off the shelf and pay the $100 difference. I was ready to just swap it straight across for the MSI 980 or equivalent.
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Hey all, I have a EVGA FTW 1080 on air. I am able to get 2114 core in game, and for the most part it will stay above 2000 all the time, depending on temp / load. usually see like 2047. can run 3dmark and the witcher at these speeds, only place i have issues is with direct X 12 tests, which is weird, where i do need to lower it a little, but all direct x 11 games, run flawlessly at these speeds.

i have the stock bios, but I am interested in trying one that increases TDP, cause mine does shoot quite high. my temps seem in order for air though, usually never see my GPU go over 60c durring firestrike benchmarking. it sits around 77c after paying witcher 3 for a few hours at 2047mhz.


what do you guys think, is it worth it, could i break the 2200mhz barrier?

are there bioses that increase TDP and voltage? whats odd, is i tested a lot of overclocks, and leaving core voltage in afterburner on 0 is actually the most stable for me. does that make sense, I thought adding voltage would add stability, but it seams to take it away?

Depending on your individual card, higher voltage can destabilize an OC very quickly.
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Has anyone tried OCCT gpu test with error checking? I seem to be game stable at 1.093v / 2164 but get some errors in that test.
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Just got 1080 SC, still in box, holding out for FTW, but non in stock unless I settle for FTW DT available now on newegg.
Biggest concern is DT cards do not overclock well,
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Depending on your individual card, higher voltage can destabilize an OC very quickly.

I'd never flash to a bios that wasn't meant for the card I'm flashing it to. I see a lot of these guys doing it, but.....they're playin with fire. Especially since the FTW is a custom board.

Wait for Pascal Bios Editor, increase the TDP and Power Limit and see if you think you need to raise the voltage. I can tell you with a great amount of certainty though, that unless your GPU is under water, increasing voltage isn't going to yield you much of anything....if anything at all. Pascal's biggest hurdles are TEMPS and POWER LIMIT, not voltage.
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I'd never flash to a bios that wasn't meant for the card I'm flashing it to. I see a lot of these guys doing it, but.....they're playin with fire. Especially since the FTW is a custom board.

Wait for Pascal Bios Editor, increase the TDP and Power Limit and see if you think you need to raise the voltage. I can tell you with a great amount of certainty though, that unless your GPU is under water, increasing voltage isn't going to yield you much of anything....if anything at all. Pascal's biggest hurdles are TEMPS and POWER LIMIT, not voltage.

Actually, FTWs have no power problems and temps are not an issue. Chips are starved on voltage or there is another problem we don't see.
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Received my EVGA 1080 FTW last week, huge step up from a reference R9 290X!
Edited by Kenshiro 26 - 8/4/16 at 2:43pm
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guys do u are testing your overclock in 4k res ?! in 1080p i dont have a problem with throttling with no reasons, in 1080p my speed is 2012mhz all time 99%gpu load, but in 4k its diffrent story, like something is constatly monitoring GPU load and when there is 100% GPU load for a like 5-10mins it will downlock when temps are ok, like mid 60s with spare power, i think in PASCAL chips there is lots of diffrent limiters that is affecting GPU speed that we dont know yet, and strangely, nvidia hard locked bios, they used very strong encryption, they definitly dont want people to know more about pascal
Edited by Barterlos - 8/4/16 at 2:51pm
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