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I heard a rumor that there may be a bios editor after the 1080ti release. Just a rumor, and....I certainly don't put much hope in it, but.....eh

well, it's ok to dream...
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Du får den så billig ja ^^ (Hint - CT)

I would do it considering the low price. :-)

Så deg her for lenge siden (Hint - Er ikke så anonym som man tror^^)

I'm torn between upgrading or just resell it, maybe make a complete PC out of it and then sell it. If the performance increase is insignificant, I rather not drain my loop and pick apart most of my computer just a couple of days after rebuilding the loop tongue.gif
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I heard a rumor that there may be a bios editor after the 1080ti release. Just a rumor, and....I certainly don't put much hope in it, but.....eh

Very interesting mate; you got a link to where you read the roomer?

It is quite possible; that the guys who enjoy writing such an editor, had 980TI and probably didn't see the point in upgrading until a 1080 TI comes out, (as 980TI is only 10% slower than 1080).

That's my *theory* :-)

But; in all honest.. I do think it's a dream...

Nvidia have a MASSIVE Research & Development budget to support; they don't want people overclocking because it jeopardises sales slightly, on their next release. Not to mention potential RMA costs.

A lot of hardware roomers have turned out to be untrue lately....


Nvidia never even announced 1080TI at CES!!!:

I pulled this off a website:
"In the months leading up to CES, there were several rumours floating around claiming that Nvidia would be showing off the GTX 1080Ti- something that ultimately turned out to be untrue. However, the rumour mill doesn’t stop spinning, leading to new reports that the card will now be shown at PAX East on March 10th instead.
Given that past reports turned out to be unreliable, I would recommend taking this information with a dose of scepticism but according to a add-in Board partner source speaking with Tech Buyer’s Guide, the GTX 1080Ti will make its appearance at PAX East in March with variants from MSI.

Apparently Nvidia has chosen to sit on the GTX 1080Ti for a few extra months in order to see what AMD has brewing with Vega 10. Judging from the report, board partners are already preparing variants of the GPU for launch but a founder’s edition wasn’t mentioned at all.
Obviously, the source on this information is anonymous but supposedly this person works for MSI, assuming the source is legitimate to begin with."

Edited by nrpeyton - 1/11/17 at 1:20pm
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Very interesting mate; you got a link to where you read the roomer?

It is quite possible; that the guys who enjoy writing such an editor, had 980TI and probably didn't see the point in upgrading until a 1080 TI comes out, (as 980TI is only 10% slower than 1080).

That's my *theory* :-)

But; in all honest.. I do think it's a dream...

Nvidia have a MASSIVE Research & Development budget to support; they don't want people overclocking because it jeopardises sales slightly, on their next release. Not to mention potential RMA costs.

A lot of hardware roomers have turned out to be untrue lately....


Nvidia never even announced 1080TI at CES!!!:

I pulled this off a website:
"In the months leading up to CES, there were several rumours floating around claiming that Nvidia would be showing off the GTX 1080Ti- something that ultimately turned out to be untrue. However, the rumour mill doesn’t stop spinning, leading to new reports that the card will now be shown at PAX East on March 10th instead.
Given that past reports turned out to be unreliable, I would recommend taking this information with a dose of scepticism but according to a add-in Board partner source speaking with Tech Buyer’s Guide, the GTX 1080Ti will make its appearance at PAX East in March with variants from MSI.

Apparently Nvidia has chosen to sit on the GTX 1080Ti for a few extra months in order to see what AMD has brewing with Vega 10. Judging from the report, board partners are already preparing variants of the GPU for launch but a founder’s edition wasn’t mentioned at all.
Obviously, the source on this information is anonymous but supposedly this person works for MSI, assuming the source is legitimate to begin with."

Don't even remember why I heard it. Like I said....probably not a very reliable source.....the guy has a friend with a cousin, who's uncle knows a guy that works as a janitor at NVIDIA, and he says "X" type of thing, most likely.

It's my understanding that the guy that makes the editors, is the same guy that does CPUz. W1zzard? Something like that. He makes his home at TPU forums. He'd been working on one, but NVIDIA locked it down pretty tight I guess. Not sure if there's been any progress, but.....if one was to want to go straight to the source, that'd be where I'd start.

I'm not even really concerned about it anymore.....until someone starts beating my scores again, then I'll get interested. haha
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until someone starts beating my scores again, then I'll get interested. haha

**** sake lol, hehe :-)

well I'm never going SLI again so I doubt that day will ever come but after Ryzen if you're up for a few single GPU runs against me, i'd be up for that lol

you can even pick your best one.. lol



~DreaM MachinE~

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I haven't done single card runs in so long.....I'd need to check to see which GPU runs the best alone. lol
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I think I've finally tamed the curve. Got my card to run 2100mhz at 1.013V and score 25.433 points on Firestrike.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/17324436?



One thing I noticed is how great is the impact of the whole curve, and not only the point where you want your card to run. I was able to score 400+ points only by tweaking the curve to make it smoother, making sure all points below my max clock have 101-114 offsets. That eliminates peaks on the curve and yielded more performance AND stability. It seems like it's not all about the voltage/clock you're running at the moment, but it's surroundings as well.

Is 25.400 points for an undervolted (-50mv) card any good?
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I think I've finally tamed the curve. Got my card to run 2100mhz at 1.013V and score 25.433 points on Firestrike.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/17324436?



One thing I noticed is how great is the impact of the whole curve, and not only the point where you want your card to run. I was able to score 400+ points only by tweaking the curve to make it smoother, making sure all points below my max clock have 101-114 offsets. That eliminates peaks on the curve and yielded more performance AND stability. It seems like it's not all about the voltage/clock you're running at the moment, but it's surroundings as well.

Is 25.400 points for an undervolted (-50mv) card any good?

What driver are you using? I don't see a 376.6 listed on NVIDIA's website
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Originally Posted by Vellinious View Post

What driver are you using? I don't see a 376.6 listed on NVIDIA's website

This one:

Official Nvidia Geforce 376.60 Hotfix Driver

http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/4293

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