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post #4601 of 11112
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Originally Posted by andressergio View Post

Anyone here with the ZOTAC GTX 1080AMP! Extreme ?

i would like to know how to increase volts, Firestorm Software i buggy

here's my setup











I5960X@ 4.6GHz 1.31VCore + 32GB DDR4 3200C16
ASRock X99 OCF 3.1
2x 512GB OCZ RD400 NVMe OS and Benchmark Software
7x 1TB SSD Data and Games
2x ZOTAC GTX 1080AMP! Extreme 8GB
Powered By Silverstone ST1500W GS
Cooled by Alphacool, EK Waterblocks


can you add me to the list ?
GPUZ Valid: https://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/details/frhhg

Kindly, Sergio

Dont use the firestorm software for overclocking, last time I checked you cant use the V/F curve OC with it anyways. Use the MSI Afterburner BETA, It can control the voltage on my AMP! card just fine tongue.gif
post #4602 of 11112
Quote:
Originally Posted by andressergio View Post

Anyone here with the ZOTAC GTX 1080AMP! Extreme ?

i would like to know how to increase volts, Firestorm Software i buggy

here's my setup



I5960X@ 4.6GHz 1.31VCore + 32GB DDR4 3200C16
ASRock X99 OCF 3.1
2x 512GB OCZ RD400 NVMe OS and Benchmark Software
7x 1TB SSD Data and Games
2x ZOTAC GTX 1080AMP! Extreme 8GB
Powered By Silverstone ST1500W GS
Cooled by Alphacool, EK Waterblocks


can you add me to the list ?
GPUZ Valid: https://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/details/frhhg

Kindly, Sergio


how are the temps during a benchmark?? those cards seems so close to each other
post #4603 of 11112
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Originally Posted by Derpinheimer View Post

Yeah, with precision manual curve I can get to 1.163.

Card doesnt seem to like that voltage much though and I get more stability with 1.143 or 1.153

Max stable seems lower than I thought before, at about 2202mhz

How much did you firestrike score increase with xoc bios at that clock?
post #4604 of 11112
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Originally Posted by pantsoftime View Post

In afterburner hit Ctrl + F to access the curve. There isn't a button at this point for it. Protip: When using the curve, hold down the Ctrl key to shift all points on the curve simultaneously.[/quote
Just curious, how is this different than offset slider? When I ctrl move the curve like that AB just changes the offset
post #4605 of 11112
Seriously astonishes me how many of you just flash BIOS's still..... lol.
post #4606 of 11112
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Originally Posted by grimboso 
Just curious, how is this different than offset slider? When I ctrl move the curve like that AB just changes the offset

Ctrl is similar to offset slider. Its utility is primarily for getting you to a starting point curve. Then you can tune from there. It saves you time of dragging a bunch of points along when you may only be interested in tuning a few points further than you'd get with offset. For me I get quite a decent boost by bumping the points between +1025 and +1093 since that's the area where most things tend to run under load. The other points don't seem to matter as much.
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Its the STRIX bios posted 2 pages back. 1 person says it didnt work with their FE, but it works with my EVGA FTW. Wouldnt really recommend overvolting with a custom bios for a heavy workload like that.
Doh.. thanks smile.gif
I think it works on FE, you just have to use another Displayport cuz one will be disabled.
post #4608 of 11112
Hi all, I made a post on "GTX 1070/1080/TITAN X(2ND GEN) BIOS - Who has it?" about my results with the new XOC bios. I will share it here too since I found the bios interesting.


For me, the new XOC bios t4 helps my card out. I have a 1080 Gigabyte G1 Gaming.

Pros:
I get 200+ more points with the xoc bios with same clocks in timespy. Fire Strike Compare

No more throttling - In multiple games, I would get major power throttle and the card would lower its clocks significantly (which would show up as a frame drop). More stable frames with bios.

Stable voltage at 1.093V (no fluctuations). Note: to limit the voltage I put the Core Voltage slider at 0% and using the voltage curve I set 1.093 as the highest overclock and then for any above points/voltage I set the same clock as as the 1.093V, it should look like this. I have not thoroughly tested with higher voltages, but using this method does allow me to set the max attainable voltage using the curve (though you may need to fiddle with the voltage slider) to attain higher overclocks. thumb.gif


Cons:
You guessed it - more heat!

Since the card does not throttle anymore, and stays at a stable 1.093V, my cards heats up a bit more. With default "auto" fan profile (and about 24C-26C ambient) with the original bios I get temps from the range of 70-74C max when gaming. On the xoc bios the range is more like 78-82C max with the "auto" fan profile. Note: I did start to get artifacts/crashes sometimes when the card got into the 80's range, so I just made a custom fan profile to bump up the fan speed a little bit to keep it <80C (which keeps it stable and quiet for me).

Though I am able to set voltages above 1.093V and get better overclocks, the card started heating up more and more to the point where I had to set the fan to 100% and it was still a bit too warm.

I do plan on eventually installing or modding the card with a hybrid water cooling AIO. I know EVGA sells this one, but I am not sure I can mod that one since I have a different PCB. Anyone have a source or know someone that has modded their gigabyte g1 gaming with a AIO water cooler? I know some people have slapped the AIO 980 TI on their 1080 FE, but this would a bit different as I would have to cool the rest of the card with fans (VRM, etc). I am sure I could get better overclocks with better temperatures; or at the very least cooler/quieter.
post #4609 of 11112
The new XOC bios works great, clocks nearly stay rock solid with better OCing even at high temps versus stock bios. GPU clock adjustment does not work in Precision but memory does for some reason, both clock adjustments work in Afterburner. So essentially you get 1.112v in 3D mode (GPUZ) without any adjustment, and can only use Afterburner with FE cards. Best bios by far, temps are killer though for my top card since it's slotted side by side. I didn't try upping the voltage in Afterburner for obvious reasons, and Precision is kind of useless due to the GPU overclock not kicking in (only memory works). Hope that helps! thumb.gif
Edited by octiny - 8/6/16 at 9:46am
 
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post #4610 of 11112
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how are the temps during a benchmark?? those cards seems so close to each other

http://hwbot.org/submission/3275729_andressergio_3dmark___fire_strike_2x_geforce_gtx_1080_30632_marks

The cards barely reach 58C on Air on my Benchtable, I tested the ZOTAC GTX 980TI AMP! Extreme also and never seen a so quiet and performance wise cooler, honestly no need for water at all, and i'm a overclocker...

Kindly, Sergio
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