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post #181 of 600
kool, are there instructions on how to install this somewhere? I wanna give it a shot biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Xeq54 View Post

Yes you can limit it with the curve. Just make it flat after your desired voltage.

I.e my curve goes up to 2202 at 1150mv and then remains at 2202 for all higher voltage points. This makes the card run at 1.15v
That's not how it worked on my Asus FE. It boosted naturally to 2088, so I figured I'd test with that for a while, so I set every voltage level above 1.05v to 2088MHz and while the clock speed never rose, the voltage continually did, peaking at 1.14 before it crashed. Anything above like 1.09 or 1.1v caused artifacting at any clock speed.
post #183 of 600
Bios works, and does let me go upto 1.2v but..not helping much in overclocking. Guess its just this card, I can't even get stable 2100mhz at 1.2v.
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That's not how it worked on my Asus FE. It boosted naturally to 2088, so I figured I'd test with that for a while, so I set every voltage level above 1.05v to 2088MHz and while the clock speed never rose, the voltage continually did, peaking at 1.14 before it crashed. Anything above like 1.09 or 1.1v caused artifacting at any clock speed.

it might be that the card is trying higher voltage to stabilize the clocks but failed. Because in that curve, you're telling the card that anything above 1.05v must run at 2088, so it doesn't stop the card from attempting to use higher voltage, it just tells it at what speed it should run at those voltage levels.
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it might be that the card is trying higher voltage to stabilize the clocks but failed. Because in that curve, you're telling the card that anything above 1.05v must run at 2088, so it doesn't stop the card from attempting to use higher voltage, it just tells it at what speed it should run at those voltage levels.
Its possible, but it was fluctuating like that during less intense scenes, so it was weird. I might do some more testing with it later, but to go from 1.06v immediately to over 1.14v was a very high jump for it to try and find stability.
post #185 of 600
The XOC bios has worse proformace than stock bios. This was confimed by me and a few others in another thread. Yea it can hit much higher overclocks but gives you lower benchmarks scores and fps compared to stock bios at lower clocks.

I highly recommend you guys comapre your max scores and fps on the XOC bios aganist the stock bios. For example I am able to get a max overall score of 20135 in firestike on my stock bios with my clocks at 2139MHz on core and 5580MHz on memory. With the XOC bios I get a way lower overall score of around 19615 with the same clocks and volts as stock bios.

I also tested a bunch of different clocks and volts and was able to push my card all the way to 2300MHz stable on XOC bios but could never beat my top overall score in firewatch with much lower clocks on my stock bios.
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The XOC bios has worse proformace than stock bios. This was confimed by me and a few others in another thread. Yea it can hit much higher overclocks but gives you lower benchmarks scores and fps compared to stock bios at lower clocks.

I highly recommend you guys comapre your max scores and fps on the XOC bios aganist the stock bios. For example I am able to get a max overall score of 20135 in firestike on my stock bios with my clocks at 2139MHz on core and 5580MHz on memory. With the XOC bios I get a way lower overall score of around 19615 with the same clocks and volts as stock bios.

I also tested a bunch of different clocks and volts and was able to push my card all the way to 2300MHz stable on XOC bios but could never beat my top overall score in firewatch with much lower clocks on my stock bios.

This is my experience as well. Worse results with an extra 175mhz on the core. Perhaps there is additional error checking/verification in the bios necessary for 2.5ghz+ ln2 clocks for which this BIOS was intended.
post #187 of 600
Hello everybody,

i´ll get today my EVGA GTX 1070 FE and i had seen, that the EVGA GTX 1070 SC has an higher Powerlimit.

Both cards based on the Reference PCB

Could Somebody please upload the Bios of a EVGA GTX 1070 SC ?

Thank You.
post #188 of 600
Dear sirs how to read the BIOS? I need to!
post #189 of 600
With the new gpu-u you can store your original bios.
post #190 of 600
Alright, so who thinks this bios will work on a 1070?


Also, a lot of you guys have cards built for lower voltage use, ie; ONE 8 pin connector.

what about the cards that can handle a cleaner power delivery?

I have the Zotac Amp Extreme with TWO 8 pin connectors....but it's the 1070.

the 1080 also two, so I am anxious for someone trying this bios out on a Zotac.

I firmly believe that the Zotac cards would excel much more than any other card in this regard.
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