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Just did the same ... flashed G1 with xtreme Bios and it runs into Perfcap PWR with around 2100 MHz during 3D Mark Future Strike Extreme.

With G1 Bios VDDC is only 1..043V ... i flashed it with FTW now VDDC 1.062 V... set PL 110% ... works better now.

So what overclock you are getting with the Xtreme Bios on your G1 ?

Stable in 3DMark 2260Mhz with the Xtreme one with water cooling temps never go over 45C with G1 2200Mhz never tried above 2260 cause i dont need it i keep my card at 2088Mhz sweet spot very good score and fps with Xtreme one G1 bios too but i prefer Xtreme found few more different Xtreme bios file will try them too after i reinstall my pc win
post #5512 of 11237
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Originally Posted by fat4l View Post

That bios is no good for FE. More clocks but less performance..

I've seen people with FE and Strix T4 with good performace but with water
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Originally Posted by GanGstaOne View Post

Stable in 3DMark 2260Mhz with the Xtreme one with water cooling temps never go over 45C with G1 2200Mhz never tried above 2260 cause i dont need it i keep my card at 2088Mhz sweet spot very good score and fps with Xtreme one G1 bios too but i prefer Xtreme found few more different Xtreme bios file will try them too after i reinstall my pc win

You have taken the Xtreme Review Sample Bios ?

Probably you could upload the one you have you your G1 or let me know where you have Downloaded it ?

Watercooling makes more difference than a more beefy VRM or power supply then.

Really nice overclocking you are getting there even for H20 cooling ... congrats. thumb.gif
post #5514 of 11237
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Originally Posted by IronAge View Post

You have taken the Xtreme Review Sample Bios ?

Probably you could upload the one you have you your G1 or let me know where you have Downloaded it ?

Watercooling makes more difference than a more beefy VRM or power supply then.

Really nice overclocking you are getting there even for H20 cooling ... congrats. thumb.gif

Thanks but as i said i think for almost all 1080 sweet spot is between 2000-2100 so find something in between and stick with it
You can download all bios files i have from techpowerup unverified uploads
And yes i'm using Xtreme Review Sample Updated Bios which end in .A3 there 3 more A3 bios file but one of them is different check bellow bios number you will see gigabyte number you will see they are different same with Xtreme Waterforce bios foles that ends in .B2
G1 bios are .07, 66 and FD
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Quick question guys, if I where to run with two res in my loop, how much of an performance-loss do you think I am looking at, if I have 1 before pump and one after?
Would the water hit the "bottom" of the second res and loose preassure or Will it find its way without a large performance-drop?

What is the reason for the second res?
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What is the reason for the second res?

Purely aesthetics. I want to "frame" the hardware and make use of the two cilynder res I have, if possible smile.gif
I originally opted for a dual loop, but as I didnt go SLI I don't see a reason for a loop for the GpU only wink.gif
Still have the hardware tho do I Might as well use it.
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Awesome! Glad to see the gaming z bios treating you well. Nice clocks, my score starts going down slightly when i go over 2154 core.

Thanks.

My score it is scaling well with every core step up:



Perhaps I can go more ...... biggrin.gif
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So I'm building a rig for the first time, and was going to buy another FTW when available. I was waiting on Caselabs to take orders again, but apparently that's not happening until end of year. Any news on Ti versions? Should I wait? Or just buy another FTW? Haven't opened this one, or a majority of my components, due to not having a case to work with. Thanks
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So I'm building a rig for the first time, and was going to buy another FTW when available. I was waiting on Caselabs to take orders again, but apparently that's not happening until end of year. Any news on Ti versions? Should I wait? Or just buy another FTW? Haven't opened this one, or a majority of my components, due to not having a case to work with. Thanks

You could just build the computer out of a case and run it on the motherboard box. You probably should in the first place to test if all the components work. The 1080ti will probably come up early next year to coincide with Zen.
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