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post #141 of 600
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Originally Posted by Hunched View Post

The default core voltage adjustments, are broken. Not just on my 1070.
On most if not all 1070's, increasing or maxing the core voltage gives no extra OC headroom or stability. GPU-Z measures an increase on mine from 1.06v to 1.09v and this helps not at all.
Nvidia has managed to make core voltage increases 100% useless, it's broken.
The cards BIOS' are clearly not designed for extra voltage, they already pwr and vrel throttle with stock power settings, which just get worse with increased voltage obviously.'

I'm aware I've lost the silicon lottery.
If increasing the core voltage actually helped, I'd be able to OC higher.

Every generation Nvidia seems to cripple their cards BIOS more and more in the name of thermal and power efficiency bragging rights, at the cost of performance.
"Wow look how little power our starved and throttling GPU's use, we're efficiency masters!"
Providing insufficient power is not power efficiency, Nvidia.

True, i can achieve the same clocks 2101 with a straight 1.00mV than 1.093mV..

So i dont see no point on raising the vcore in my case.. I will give that 1.25mV bios a go later and see what i can do with it.
post #142 of 600
Well, I achieved my best score in FS Ultra, but invalid, xD...






Now got a valid one over 6000:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13010269


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Edited by vmanuelgm - 7/7/16 at 4:40am
post #143 of 600
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Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post

Well, I achieved my best score in FS Ultra, but invalid, xD...

Now got a valid one over 6000:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13010269


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That's awesome congrats. Still debating whether or not to flash my card with this. Maybe let a few more people braver than I am go first...
post #144 of 600
Dont be afraid, the bios works ok and wont burn the card unless you force high voltages...

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post #145 of 600
Exciting with the BIOS, sadly not being at home I can't try it myself for now. frown.gif Would love if people who try it come back with how it worked for them.
post #146 of 600
I cant wait to get home. I did flash it to my MSI Gaming X, but had to leave for work quickly so I did not play with it much. I also got an EK waterblock for the card today so I am expecting some interesting results.
post #147 of 600
Waiting your results, Xeq, mine is not stable over 2151-2164 in spite of voltage applied... But it is a Founders (watercooled)...
Edited by vmanuelgm - 7/7/16 at 10:35am
post #148 of 600
there are chance to flash clock by evga sc in my founders edition with untoched fan speed and voltage?. i would one founders sc rolleyes.gif
post #149 of 600
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Originally Posted by Rhadamanthis View Post

there are chance to flash clock by evga sc in my founders edition with untoched fan speed and voltage?. i would one founders sc rolleyes.gif


Seems you are asking if you can flash an original evga sc 1080 bios in a Founders, and the answer is yes...
post #150 of 600
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Originally Posted by Rhadamanthis View Post

there are chance to flash clock by evga sc in my founders edition with untoched fan speed and voltage?. i would one founders sc rolleyes.gif
To my knowledge the SC ACX is just a reference board with a different cooler on it. You should be able to use the SC ACX BIOS on an FE, but the fan speed will likely be messed up. It seems like a lot of trouble to go through instead of just adding a small frequency offset in MSI Afterburner to get the same clock speeds.
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