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post #191 of 600
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Originally Posted by lifeisshort117 View Post

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.
Two 8pin connectors doesn't matter, the GPU isn't going to use more than one, the only thing we need is the removal of power limit to get that little bit extra. Even the FE are hitting the same walls as the beefiest AIB units when thermal limits are removed, they're just unable to sustain it due to power limit.
post #192 of 600
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Originally Posted by plant View Post

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.

Please check your video clock (not gpu clock)with HWiNFO. I disabled power limiting on my 1080 with software (no BIOS or HW mod) and even though power draw was much greater and clocks only dropping a little with increased temperature benches would be lower than expected. The Video clock was a lot lower than usual at these unlimited runs.

I had hoped to get some comparisons with furmark P1080 where I scored 7999 but no one brave enough or foolish enough to try. frown.gif
post #193 of 600
my 1070 gaming x clocks @ 2100mhz core

- with curve editor @ 1708mhz video clock
- with offset @ 1797mhz video clock

quite interesting, i thought the clock was just for the uvd/cuda.... running benches now
post #194 of 600
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For chits-n-gigglz, can someone please clock a 1080 @ 1600Mhz and run a bench or two? Thanks in advance!
post #195 of 600
the offset way is faster, even with lower core clocks.

atm i think the curve editor is buggy or the video clock does something in the rendering process like ucode suggested.

very odd.
post #196 of 600
Still having a few issues with overclocking my ROG Strix GTX 1080. I'm running the XOC bios which seems to be performing way better than the stock bios for me.
I can run 2.1 ghz core stable at 1.03v, I'm on air and the card stays around 58c. However, everytime I want to go a little bit higher, the card will freeze in Firestrike once it hits 60c. I've tried a lot of different voltage settings, all the way up to 1.20v, but this doesn't seem to make any difference at all, the card will obviously hit 60c faster, but will still freeze around there.

In some runs it would reach the combined test on a higher voltage which made me think it was actually helping, but in the next run it would just freeze again a few seconds in the first graphics test. Very unpredictable.

Is ~60c really the limit for 2.1 ghz with my card? I'm still used to my R9 390X that would still perform at 90c. The GTX 1080 is obviously a very different, and very powerful card (which I'm really satisfied with wink.gif ) but I have this feeling that this thing can do a lot more.

Edit
I'm on R368.69
Same thing happens on the stock bios, nothing wrong on 2.1 ghz and below though, been playing BF4 for hours!
Edited by m0nsky - 7/12/16 at 1:09am
post #197 of 600
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For chits-n-gigglz, can someone please clock a 1080 @ 1600Mhz and run a bench or two? Thanks in advance!
Check out my GTX 1070! biggrin.gif

GTX 1080 with a -300MHz offset running at 1607MHz. So this is what the GTX 1080 would perform like if there were no GPU Boost and it just ran at the base clock speed.
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13133173
post #198 of 600
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Still having a few issues with overclocking my ROG Strix GTX 1080. I'm running the XOC bios which seems to be performing way better than the stock bios for me.
I can run 2.1 ghz core stable at 1.03v, I'm on air and the card stays around 58c. However, everytime I want to go a little bit higher, the card will freeze in Firestrike once it hits 60c. I've tried a lot of different voltage settings, all the way up to 1.20v, but this doesn't seem to make any difference at all, the card will obviously hit 60c faster, but will still freeze around there.

In some runs it would reach the combined test on a higher voltage which made me think it was actually helping, but in the next run it would just freeze again a few seconds in the first graphics test. Very unpredictable.

Is ~60c really the limit for 2.1 ghz with my card? I'm still used to my R9 390X that would still perform at 90c. The GTX 1080 is obviously a very different, and very powerful card (which I'm really satisfied with wink.gif ) but I have this feeling that this thing can do a lot more.

Edit
I'm on R368.69
Same thing happens on the stock bios, nothing wrong on 2.1 ghz and below though, been playing BF4 for hours!


time to watercool it lol. though it sounds like there is a thermal limit on that XOC bios, hence why the guy was running ln2 on his card with that bios.
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.So after spending the whole day building a custom loop, I have some results to report with the XOC bios and my MSI gaming X

Firstly, too much voltage causes instability. I was not able to make it fully stable at 1.2v at 2202mhz, but at 1.15v it is rock stable at 2202mhz. Below I am attaching a 3d mark score at this frequency.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13061604?

As stated below that graphics score seems low for that frequency, I have a MSI 1080 Armor and at 2100mhz im at 24,5xx
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post #200 of 600
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time to watercool it lol. though it sounds like there is a thermal limit on that XOC bios, hence why the guy was running ln2 on his card with that bios.

I don't think cards with better coolers are really seeing better overclocks... just slight better temps, at least it seems to be the common theme. Some are luckier than others but 2100Mhz seems to be a reality on even reference boards... Other that have installed a HYBRID cooler aren't reporting anything higher either AFAIK. mad.gif


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GTX 1080 with a -300MHz offset running at 1607MHz. So this is what the GTX 1080 would perform like if there were no GPU Boost and it just ran at the base clock speed.
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/13133173

Thanks bud! +REP

I'm really curious CLOCK for CLOCK if Pascal architecture itself is faster than Maxwell architechture. or is it strictly the speed bump behind it all? I suppose others might have been curious, so here goes:

I don't know why 3DMark doesn't report the correct speed but my GPU was running at exactly 1607Mhz, identical to the Pascal speed. I do have a 6 core so a small advantage (comparing against a quad core) but the CPUs are running at almost identical speeds ~4.8Ghz..outside the Physics test it's mostly GPU workload so I would say this is a somewhat fair comparison.

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/9276158/fs/9289741



The results speak for themselves... interesting... I would have expected Pascal to be at least the same if not slightly faster... doh.gif
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