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Whats best temp to keep my 1080 g1 at? Is 65 too hot?throttle too much?
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Originally Posted by steverebo View Post

New bios flashed and it has made a difference but not as much as I had hoped got me from 2038 to 2088, cant get above 2088 at 1.2v at 2.1 I get the display driver crash. bit disappointed really as its sitting at 45 degrees full load so I have loads of cooling headroom

Got 5830 Graphics score 3D MARK FIRESTRIKE ULTRA

How does that compare to you guys???


I will give it a try here in a sec and see what scores I get!
post #4673 of 11112
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Originally Posted by steverebo View Post

New bios flashed and it has made a difference but not as much as I had hoped got me from 2038 to 2088, cant get above 2088 at 1.2v at 2.1 I get the display driver crash. bit disappointed really as its sitting at 45 degrees full load so I have loads of cooling headroom

Got 5830 Graphics score 3D MARK FIRESTRIKE ULTRA

How does that compare to you guys???





Funny enough that in ultra the card doenst peek as high ;D

FireStrike : 2190mHz GPU: 25.726
Ultra : 2177mHz GPU: 5.990
but I just get 1.08mV with the strix OC BIOS ( flashed my non OC Strix )
Edited by Whitechap3l - 8/7/16 at 3:41am
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So I thought I would give this Strix OC bios a whirl on my Super Jetstream and i've come across an issue i'm hoping someone can help me with- The dual bios function on this card doesnt seem to be working.

I ficked the switch on the card to the no. 2 position and flashed the Strix bios, everything worked fine, GPU-Z shows Asus as the vendor, correct clocks etc. I got no improvement overclocking (Core stable at 2050, memory at 10950)) so I decided just to go back to the stock bios. So I flicked the switch back to position 1 but GPU-Z is still showing Asus as the vendor with factory clock speeds.

I'm guessing either i've done something wrong when flashing or the dual bios feature is dead on this card. Not too sure I really want to RMA this card as 2050/10950 seems an ok overclock, could be better but could be worse....

In nvflash I removed protection then flashed the bios if that makes any difference.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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So I thought I would give this Strix OC bios a whirl on my Super Jetstream and i've come across an issue i'm hoping someone can help me with- The dual bios function on this card doesnt seem to be working.

I ficked the switch on the card to the no. 2 position and flashed the Strix bios, everything worked fine, GPU-Z shows Asus as the vendor, correct clocks etc. I got no improvement overclocking (Core stable at 2050, memory at 10950)) so I decided just to go back to the stock bios. So I flicked the switch back to position 1 but GPU-Z is still showing Asus as the vendor with factory clock speeds.

I'm guessing either i've done something wrong when flashing or the dual bios feature is dead on this card. Not too sure I really want to RMA this card as 2050/10950 seems an ok overclock, could be better but could be worse....

In nvflash I removed protection then flashed the bios if that makes any difference.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Have you tried flashing back to your original bios and trying then?
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Yeah I flashed it back using position 1, it then shows the original bios in both positions. Its like the switch is just decorative.
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Yeah I flashed it back using position 1, it then shows the original bios in both positions. Its like the switch is just decorative.

I'm not completely sure how the bios switching is handled, hopefully someone will be of more help. Makes me wonder if flashing in position 2 first to the Asus bios and then back to original in position 1 does anything to the order/slot. The Asus bios may have just ignored the switch all together, not knowing how to handle it?

Did the switch originally change clocks or anything at all? Palit's site makes it sound like its for in case of a problem with the bios it can auto switch and still be functional.
Edited by metal409 - 8/7/16 at 4:45am
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when you flash you have to disable the display adapter first
How do i do it?
Whats the correct steps?
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Might be a silly question, but did you reboot after you flashed? And to disable your device go to device manager find your graphics card and right click and disable it. But I have never had to disable it to flash it before with the 1080, after running protect off it seems to get the job done.
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Originally Posted by wangle0485 View Post

So I thought I would give this Strix OC bios a whirl on my Super Jetstream and i've come across an issue i'm hoping someone can help me with- The dual bios function on this card doesnt seem to be working.

I ficked the switch on the card to the no. 2 position and flashed the Strix bios, everything worked fine, GPU-Z shows Asus as the vendor, correct clocks etc. I got no improvement overclocking (Core stable at 2050, memory at 10950)) so I decided just to go back to the stock bios. So I flicked the switch back to position 1 but GPU-Z is still showing Asus as the vendor with factory clock speeds.

I'm guessing either i've done something wrong when flashing or the dual bios feature is dead on this card. Not too sure I really want to RMA this card as 2050/10950 seems an ok overclock, could be better but could be worse....

In nvflash I removed protection then flashed the bios if that makes any difference.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Same issue on an EVGA FTW. Try switching to the bios you want, then turn off the PSU power switch for about a minute, then boot up.
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