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Originally Posted by Phinix View Post

I ran benchmarks on a few games and synthetics before I switched - average, minimum and maximum. I took reading of my 980 at stock and over clocked.

Comparing my stock 980 results to the results I am getting with the 1080, It is only 60% to 70% faster.

Seems normal to me. My 1080 is 90% faster than my 970. What did you expect?
post #4982 of 11112
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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

Putting an H110i on my 1080 tomorrow. I'm expecting load temps to be 55c max. Probably less.

Seems a bit overkill. I think you would be OK with a H90 or even H55. My Sea Hawk X is doing 50C max in an Inwin 805.
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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

Seems normal to me. My 1080 is 90% faster than my 970. What did you expect?

I mean going from 40 fps to 70 fps is a really good jump considering.
post #4983 of 11112
Guys, how can I flash over the master BIOS when I'm on the slave BIOS. Is it possible? I bricked the master one biggrin.gif
post #4984 of 11112
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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

Seems normal to me. My 1080 is 90% faster than my 970. What did you expect?

Well this is why I'm asking you guys if you think this is normal?

I bring it up because the guru3d review on the card shows certain games like Hitman, Tomb raider and Witcher 3 having 90% to 100% fps boost when compared to a 980.

So when I have the same game settings but am seeing much lower fps gain, I wonder.

On my system:
The rise of the tomb raider went from 59 to 91 (144fps in the review)
Hitman went from 69 to 90 (120fps in the review)
Witcher 3 went from 53 to 75 (109fps in the review)
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Originally Posted by Phinix View Post

Well this is why I'm asking you guys if you think this is normal?

I bring it up because the guru3d review on the card shows certain games like Hitman, Tomb raider and Witcher 3 having 90% to 100% fps boost when compared to a 980.

So when I have the same game settings but am seeing much lower fps gain, I wonder.

On my system:
The rise of the tomb raider went from 59 to 91 (144fps in the review)
Hitman went from 69 to 90 (120fps in the review)
Witcher 3 went from 53 to 75 (109fps in the review)

Do you have the exact same build as the reviewer? FPS is not only about GPU
post #4986 of 11112
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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

Guys, how can I flash over the master BIOS when I'm on the slave BIOS. Is it possible? I bricked the master one biggrin.gif


Junior

on nvflash you can do

nvflash --list

Nvflash will list all GPU

In my case

GPU on first slot was --index=0

GPU on second slot was --index=1


So, to flash the first one ( CLOSER TO THE CPU ) you need to

disable drivers on device manager
nvflash --index=0 --protectoff
nvflash --index=0 -6 XXXXX.ROM

Second one --index=0, this is the way that i used.


E taca-lhe pau... srsrsr
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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

Flashed FE with simple old school commands
cd c:/nvflash
nvflash -6 ***.rom
Used nvflash 5.292 https://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2709/nvflash-5-292-0-for-windows
Edited by KillerBee33 - 8/11/16 at 12:45pm
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post #4988 of 11112
Already figured it out, you just have to start with the good bios and then, before flashing, you just turn the switch to the bad one and nvflash will flash over it.

FTW owners be advised: Don't try XOC bios biggrin.gif:D:D was afraid of the 1.2V anyway biggrin.gif
post #4989 of 11112
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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

Do you have the exact same build as the reviewer? FPS is not only about GPU

No I don’t, 2600K @ 4.4 on windows 7, the review is on a 5960X on windows 10.

Would you say that the large difference in fps is caused by that?
post #4990 of 11112
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Originally Posted by Phinix View Post

No I don’t, 2600K @ 4.4 on windows 7, the review is on a 5960X on windows 10.

Would you say that the large difference in fps is caused by that?
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Originally Posted by Phinix View Post

No I don’t, 2600K @ 4.4 on windows 7, the review is on a 5960X on windows 10.

Would you say that the large difference in fps is caused by that?

Well Windows 10 support WDDM 2.0, and that alone can contribute a lot. I increased my fps across all games going from 7 to 10.
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