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post #121 of 600
Quote:
Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post

Xeq54 and I were trying to flash a modified bios without success.

I used joedirt nvflash and nvflash 5.292 from Gigabyte, showing both this error:

27489306383_33cfcd186b_o.png

We need help!!!

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Download GPU Tweak version: GPUTweak2_Ver1275_ 20160603 -- This version contains nvflash once installed in the directory. Drop you rom in that folder and flash with cmd nvflash -6 -romname.rom

This worked for me when getting the same error and trying to flash the reviewers gaming x vbios to my 1080.
post #122 of 600
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Originally Posted by Neopsy View Post

Here is a list of power limits and max RPM of all BIOS from https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/.
Every single one of them is useless for 1080FE, max RPM is too low.
Code:
[180000][217000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [0][0] PCIe2  [1344][1100][2640][2200][2880][3700] fan  [4000]maxRPM  "Asus.GTX1080.8192.160516.rom"
[198000][238000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [87000][99000] PCIe2  [1728][0][1760][1200][2880][2900] fan  [3650]maxRPM  "Asus.GTX1080.8192.160522.rom"
[198000][238000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [87000][99000] PCIe2  [1728][0][1760][1200][2880][2900] fan  [3650]maxRPM  "Asus.GTX1080.8192.160522_1.rom"
[180000][217000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [0][0] PCIe2  [1920][0][2560][1600][2880][3000] fan  [3000]maxRPM  "EVGA.GTX1080.8192.160525.rom"
[200000][240000] total  [87000][99000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [0][0] PCIe2  [1600][0][2560][1600][2880][2500] fan  [2500]maxRPM  "Gainward.GTX1080.8192.160601.rom"
[200000][216000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [0][0] PCIe2  [1536][0][1568][840][3040][3800] fan  [3800]maxRPM  "Gigabyte.GTX1080.8192.160602.rom"
[180000][217000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [0][0] PCIe2  [1344][1200][2560][1700][2880][3200] fan  [3200]maxRPM  "Inno3D.GTX1080.8192.160601.rom"
[230000][260000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [87000][99000] PCIe2  [1440][0][1760][1200][2880][1550] fan  [1550]maxRPM  "Inno3D_X3_1080.rom"
[180000][217000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [0][0] PCIe2  [1344][1100][2640][2200][2880][3700] fan  [4000]maxRPM  "MSI.GTX1080.8192.160509.rom"
[270000][291000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [87000][99000] PCIe2  [1919][0][1920][700][2880][2490] fan  [2490]maxRPM  "MSI.GTX1080.8192.160525.rom"
[270000][291000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [87000][99000] PCIe2  [1919][0][1920][900][2880][2490] fan  [2490]maxRPM  "MSI.GTX1080.8192.160525_1.rom"
[240000][291000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [87000][99000] PCIe2  [1919][0][1920][700][2880][2490] fan  [2490]maxRPM  "MSI.GTX1080.8192.160527.rom"
[200000][216000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [0][0] PCIe2  [1536][0][1568][840][3040][3800] fan  [3800]maxRPM  "N1080G1_GAMING-8GD.rom"
[180000][217000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [0][0] PCIe2  [1344][1100][2640][2200][2880][3700] fan  [4000]maxRPM  "NVIDIA.GTX1080.8192.160509.rom"
[200000][240000] total  [87000][99000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [0][0] PCIe2  [1600][0][2560][1600][2880][2500] fan  [2500]maxRPM  "Palit.GTX1080.8192.160601.rom"
[200000][240000] total  [87000][99000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [0][0] PCIe2  [1600][0][2560][1600][2880][2500] fan  [2500]maxRPM  "Palit.GTX1080.8192.160601_1.rom"
[180000][217000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [0][0] PCIe2  [1344][1100][2640][2200][2880][3700] fan  [4000]maxRPM  "PNY.GTX1080.8192.160509.rom"
[180000][217000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [0][0] PCIe2  [1344][1100][2640][2200][2880][3700] fan  [4000]maxRPM  "Zotac.GTX1080.8192.160520.rom"
[320000][386000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [162000][175000] PCIe2  [1760][0][2640][1800][2880][3200] fan  [3200]maxRPM  "Zotac.GTX1080.8192.160603.rom"
[260000][312000] total  [66000][75000] MotherBoard  [162000][175000] PCIe1  [162000][175000] PCIe2  [1760][0][2240][1278][2720][3000] fan  [3000]maxRPM  "Zotac.GTX1080.8192.160608.rom"
*power is in mW, first number is for 100% power limit, second is max

Note, that some cards offer up to 99W power from motherboard, which could lead to reasonable performance.
In 5k resolution, 1080FE is power limited at 120%, default clock and voltage (voltage drops to ~ 0.981v), in almost any game, all the time. Huge disappointment .
Source code with offsets (Click to show)
def d (n) print $b[n,4].pack("C*").unpack("V") end
def d2(n) print $b[n,2].pack("C*").unpack("v") end
for n in Dir["*.rom"]
s=File.binread n
$b=s.unpack "C*"
d 0x2E12A
d 0x2E12E
print ' total '
d 0x2E158
d 0x2E15C
print ' MotherBoard '
d 0x2E186
d 0x2E18A
print ' PCIe1 '
d 0x2E1B4
d 0x2E1B8
print ' PCIe2 '
d2 0x2E7C0
d2 0x2E7C2
d2 0x2E7C4
d2 0x2E7C6
d2 0x2E7C8
d2 0x2E7CA
print ' fan '
d2 0x2E79C
print 'maxRPM '
p n
end
I have an FE that's under water so it has no fans, would the BIOS still be useless because of the fan speed? In either case, flashing a BIOS for a different PCB seems like it could go horribly wrong.
post #123 of 600
Quote:
Originally Posted by Talon2016 View Post

Download GPU Tweak version: GPUTweak2_Ver1275_ 20160603 -- This version contains nvflash once installed in the directory. Drop you rom in that folder and flash with cmd nvflash -6 -romname.rom

This worked for me when getting the same error and trying to flash the reviewers gaming x vbios to my 1080.


Thanks but cant find this version, in Asus page all are newer...


EDIT: Found the version and used nvflash in it with the same result...

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Edited by vmanuelgm - 7/5/16 at 10:15am
post #124 of 600
Quote:
Originally Posted by Talon2016 View Post

Download GPU Tweak version: GPUTweak2_Ver1275_ 20160603 -- This version contains nvflash once installed in the directory. Drop you rom in that folder and flash with cmd nvflash -6 -romname.rom

This worked for me when getting the same error and trying to flash the reviewers gaming x vbios to my 1080.

This is useful most likely only if you are flashing an official bios. You can flash any official (unmodified) bios for any brand of VGA at the moment, but flashing an edited bios seems to be a no go at the moment as there seems to be some kind of verification process for it. I am receiving this error when flashing a modded bios to my Gaming X 1080:



I am posting the evga Founders Edition bios in the attachment if anyone wants to try. I have modified the power target to 291W and 325W max and corrected the checksum. This bios should work for all FE cards. Flash at your own risk, but it probably wont work anyway with any of the current nvflash versions.

evga1080_325maxCheckSumFixed.zip 148k .zip file
Edited by Xeq54 - 7/5/16 at 11:02am
post #125 of 600
Nvflash from post 84 doesn't work?
post #126 of 600
Quote:
Originally Posted by sideband View Post

Nvflash from post 84 doesn't work?

Nope same error
post #127 of 600
Can't wait to get a custom BIOS for my Asus 1080 FE that's now a hybrid smile.gif
post #128 of 600
edit
Edited by Rhadamanthis - 7/7/16 at 9:26am
post #129 of 600
I'm curious if the Gigabyte 1070 G1 BIOS can be flashed to the Gigabyte 1070 WindForce OC
I feel like my current BIOS is really limiting my card.
I can't even get above 2000mhz on the core without instability while everyone else in the world with a 1070 is talking about how they can't quite get 2100mhz, or how they got 2100mhz just fine
Raising core voltage does literally nothing for overclocking headroom or stability, it's so broken...
post #130 of 600
It is not broken. Every chip is different in terms of overclockability and your chip simply is not able to reach the clock speeds other chips are able to within the specified limits. You may need to increase the voltage higher (once it is possible) to get to the clocks other cards are able to reach with stock voltage. That is normal and always been like that.

You can most likely flash it, but there are no guarantees and you will most likely see no gain in it.
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