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I managed to get 1.2v working via the msi afterburner curve.. click cntrl + F to bring it up

also noticing some very poor valley scores even with 2250mhz on the core.. alot worse than 2100 on FE bios
How you do that mate?
I want too 1.2 tongue.gif
Am I have to let the voltage slider at 0 and the core and to play only with the curve profile?
Edited by Azazil1190 - 8/7/16 at 4:38pm
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How you do that mate?
I want too 1.2 tongue.gif
Am I have to let the voltage slider at 0 and the core and to play only with the curve profile?



im going to flash back to FE

I even tried only 2200 to see if maybe it was because the clocks was too high managed to get 2300 briefly
but still was worse than 2100 on the FE
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im going to flash back to FE

I even tried only 2200 to see if maybe it was because the clocks was too high managed to get 2300 briefly
but still was worse than 2100 on the FE

Thnx mate for the help appreciate.
Which 1080 you got?
Cause somwhere I read that xoc bios works better on asus strix cards I dont know if that is true.
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On curve it goes to 1.2v here too

ZOTAC FE 1080

Curve with last point CTRL and select 2150 mhz


But temps get soo high

Maybe on water we can get FE stable ate 2150 - 2200

on air... its impossible. Temp goes to 80+ and clock drop to 2114 mhz and not stable.

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01
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Still I cant make it work the 1.2 even with the curve ***.i set only the last point with ctrl to 2150 1.2v and only the clock goes to 2150 but the voltage staying stuck at 1.125-1.130
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Still I cant make it work the 1.2 even with the curve ***.i set only the last point with ctrl to 2150 1.2v and only the clock goes to 2150 but the voltage staying stuck at 1.125-1.130


You selected the last points, press controll and goes it to 2150 - 2200 ?

Doing this, your voltage goes to maximum allowed.


Mine here works doing this.. ZOTAC FE what is yours ?
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On curve it goes to 1.2v here too

ZOTAC FE 1080

Curve with last point CTRL and select 2150 mhz


But temps get soo high

Maybe on water we can get FE stable ate 2150 - 2200

on air... its impossible. Temp goes to 80+ and clock drop to 2114 mhz and not stable.

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

im on water and managed 2200+ and even 2300 for awhile but then it crashed

passed a few on valley at 2250-2293

and its still slower than 2100 on FE

my card is a FE MSI 1080 ( makes no difference that its MSI all FE are direct from Nvidia and just repackaged)


can anyone else also confirm my finding even with this new strix bios?
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So, after 2100 mhz

No performance increased ?
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You selected the last points, press controll and goes it to 2150 - 2200 ?

Doing this, your voltage goes to maximum allowed.

Mine here works doing this.. ZOTAC FE what is yours ?

I set it to 2150 and the max Voltage was 1.175 but I reach the 60c and then the clock goes to 2133 at 1.130v.
The truth is that I didn't notice any improvements on scores vs the stock bios of my card maybe a bit but with more heat and voltage.
My card is the strix oc.
Im gonna flash the stock bios again cause really I can reach 2126 with 1.075v and now with this bios my card have more voltage to those clocks and heat.
I believe that no one can make a vbios for the 10xx series or whatever pascal chip
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Thnx mate for the help appreciate.
Which 1080 you got?
Cause somwhere I read that xoc bios works better on asus strix cards I dont know if that is true.

For me it is the best BIOS... I get the most Mhz AND Score and yeah i am rocking a watercooled Strix ( non OC )
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