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post #5671 of 11173
try FTW Bios for the AMP .... fits better IMHO ... Dual Fan and Zero db Mode @ idle.
Edited by IronAge - 8/23/16 at 11:20am
post #5672 of 11173
Does changing power settings in nvidia control panel from optimal to performance make a difference when overclocking?
post #5673 of 11173
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Originally Posted by fat4l View Post

Here it is


Thank you. I will try to apply it and let you know.

Is shame the curve shows all way to 1.2v frown.gif
Wish we could crack the bios to allow it use that power.
post #5674 of 11173
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Originally Posted by IronAge View Post

try FTW Bios for the AMP .... fits better IMHO ... Dual Fan an Zero db Mode @ idle.

Thanks, will give it a try tonight.
post #5675 of 11173
my new zotac 1080 amp edition.. +100core +250mem 120% power limit +10% voltage. Still tinkering with it...

I5-6600k@4.5ghz
2560x1440 75hz monitor.


Edited by danjal - 8/23/16 at 11:18am
post #5676 of 11173
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Originally Posted by Kerian View Post

Well after tweaking my MSI GTX 1080 FE since release day here is my final results for a full stable OC (game + benchmark) :

Graphic setup :
- 1440p , 144 Hz, GSYNC

Computer :
- i5 4670k at 4.2 Ghz
-16 Go RAM at 1600 MHz
- Motherboard Asus Z97-A BIOS 1503


My OC results:

Parameters :
+120% TDP
Temp max : 85°C

- Core +150 MHz giving a stabilized clock of 1949 Mhz at full load
- Memory + 425 MHz
- Temp at full load : ~ 80°C with custom fan curve (1%/1°C beyond 40 °C)
- Maxed monitored Vcore : ~ 1,06 V


I start having artifacts in games (in particular Witcher 3) with a +450 MHz on memory, which is a poor OC in comparison with some of your OC.
Core + 175 MHz will crash drivers in some games / benchmark. Example : 3 loops stable with Unigine heaven but crash with Unigine Valley at the exact same moment into the benchmark
Boosting Vcore doesn"t help the OC . I have the same result with +100% vcore (MSI afterburner).


I'm a little bit disappointed by those results as I wanted to reach 2GHz barrier but the gaming experience is amazing and I have no regrets in purchasing this card.
Coming from a GTX680 2Go the performance increase is absolutely incredible.

If my temps go over 80C with extreme overclock I get the same driver crashes.

I usually run +185 Core, and +600 on my memory. The fan was at the default profile and my gtx1080FE crashed the drivers.

After setting my fan to more aggressive profile, keeping temps below 80C . The card no longer crashed the drivers.
post #5677 of 11173
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Originally Posted by fat4l View Post

Here it is

I tried to match it as best as possible (because my card starts with an extra boost). Did first Spy test the and the FPS were +10%, however crashed almost at the end of the second test.
Planning to use a photo editing software to find the exact points locations tomorrow smile.gif but looks like the curve is sound. Thank you
post #5678 of 11173
I think I found the right bios file was called gp104 for FE evga
Flashed, did some tests, started artifact while running valley bench at gpu clock 2100mhz, max power @1.08v +500 mem clock. My temps were ok 72c at like 60% fan speed.

Rolled back bios to original.
post #5679 of 11173
Hey guys. Is it safe to use Coollab liquid pro on the 1080?
post #5680 of 11173
Getting ready for Forza H3!!!

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My 5th SLi cards (prev 6600GT, 8800GT, GTX295s, GTX680 4Gb)
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