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post #151 of 600
Im pretty sure he is referring to the voltage unlocked bios for asus strix posted on previous page.

To answer the question, strix has max rpm around 3200rpm while FE has 4000rpm, so the fam will be a little bit slower but the bios wil work on your card
post #152 of 600
The unlocked voltage BIOS was giving me a max of 3600RPM.

Anyway it wasn't stable on my card at stock settings, even with 100% fan speed. Reference cooler can't handle the extra voltage. But it did however give me my highest scoring run of heaven so far, when I could get it to finish.
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We can't set power for 99w over pci-e and 250-300w over 8pin? Or do you just not recommend that?

Frustrating working with my 1080 FE. Runs great at 2126 @ 1.04v. But going to 2138mhz tanks the core voltage to 1.02v and the driver crashes. I was thinking of flashing that Palit bios with the 99w pci-e and 175w 8 pin.

And unfortunately I didn't know about the shunt resister mod when I got my card and I don't really want to take apart my water loop and disassemble the block to do it.


Here's my opinion, which doesn't match "max published spec" for an 8-pin but it's been my experience that 200W for an 8-Pin is considerably higher than ANY STOCK value for an 8-pin. Although the wire spec may handle more power (looking strictly at wire gauge and number of grounds) I'm not sure if the power is reliable at that point due to the PCB traces on the GPU. Why would GPU vendors ALWAYS limit an 8-pin max power spec to under 200W and add a 2nd power connector on some models.. Maybe you could push it to 220W but I really wouldn't go NEAR 250W as I don't know if the cards could handle that much SUSTAINED power (not just a quick power spike).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI_Express
Note the power section that states 75W(6pin) 150W(8pin)

But I have successfully pulled 108W from a 6-pin and 200W from an 8-pin without issue... 250W+ on a single 8-pin, I just wouldn't even "go there" it sounds risky.

Note the 12V yellow connectors on a 6-pin are IDENTICAL to an 8-pin...
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Using afterburner beta 4 and curve voltage you can reach 1.20v, but in my case over 1.15v its totally unstable... Maybe cos of being Founders Edition.

I can reach 2151 stable at 1.11v, but cant go over that in spite of getting voltage upper...

In regards to performance, I get better fps in FireStrike Ultra scene 1, but scene 2 gets worse...

I am trying different curves at the moment...

Would like a specific mod for Founders, this is Strix mod so will work better in Asus card...


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post #155 of 600
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Why would GPU vendors ALWAYS limit an 8-pin max power spec to under 200W and add a 2nd power connector on some models

To be PCI-SIG compliant I suppose. Not always the case though, look at the Asus Ares, I don't remember of it was the 1, 2, or 3, but it could pull 700w with 3 8 pins.

I guess we will find out soon enough if the single 8 pin founders can supply enough juice to max out these gpus at ambient temperatures without hw mods. Need more guinea pigs to play around with the xoc bios biggrin.gif
post #156 of 600
Ok, flashed the Strix OC BIOS on page 14 to my Asus FE. It was awesome the bit I could use it - ZERO throttling for any reason. However, the voltage control is a bit lacking. As it is, my card boosted to 2088MHz without touching the clock slider, but it kept trying to pump over 1.1v into it, and it would cause it to artifact. I attempted to modify the voltage curve in Afterburner to keep the clock at 2062 from 1.043v up, but it kept going higher.

Anyone have any ideas of how to keep voltage DOWN instead of up? I wish this BIOS just removed the power limit frown.gif
post #157 of 600
I tried the strix oc bios on my reference card. For anyone using surround, it's a no go. The bios completely disables one of the DP ports for some reason. When I was able to enable surround with the other ports, windows wouldn't boot.
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I tried the strix oc bios on my reference card. For anyone using surround, it's a no go. The bios completely disables one of the DP ports for some reason. When I was able to enable surround with the other ports, windows wouldn't boot.

Asus cards have 2x hdmi and 2x dp.
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Asus cards have 2x hdmi and 2x dp.

Derp. I knew it was 2x hdmi, but I thought all of the other connections were there as well. Looking at the port layout on the strix and it all makes sense. redface.gif
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