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Ok can add some extra data

 

Card tested 1070 Reference

 

    average system firestrike loop 1   timespy loop 1   timespy loop 2  
BIOS slider clock mhz idle watts watt meter hwinfo watt meter hwinfo watt meter hwinfo
        min-max   min-max   min-max  
Founders 100 1840 52 235-245 142 215-220 140 220-235 150
EVGA SC 112 2000 52 260-270 157 230-235 163 240-250 166
ASUS Strix 120 2088 55 295-305 195 255-260 192 285-300 205
Palit GameRock Premium 114 2088 54 290-310 195 240-255 182 275-295 192

 

 

I did quickly test the gigabyte extreme gaming and same max 300watt draw.


Edited by stoker - 8/2/16 at 5:05am
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Is that 1070 or 1080?
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So, can anyone confirm tha the BIOS that allows more power is G1 Extreme and HoF?

I can confirm that gigabyte 1080 extreme bios gives you the most power as for the HOF cant tell dont have that bios yet
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Is that 1070 or 1080?

 

1070

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I can confirm that gigabyte 1080 extreme bios gives you the most power as for the HOF cant tell dont have that bios yet

Will try that one. Hope it doesn't brick my MSI biggrin.gif
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Ok can add some extra data

Card tested 1070 Reference

    average system firestrike loop 1   timespy loop 1   timespy loop 2  
BIOS slider clock mhz idle watts watt meter hwinfo watt meter hwinfo watt meter hwinfo
        min-max   min-max   min-max  
Founders 100 1840 52 235-245 142 215-220 140 220-235 150
EVGA SC 112 2000 52 260-270 157 230-235 163 240-250 166
ASUS Strix 120 2088 55 295-305 195 255-260 192 285-300 205
Palit GameRock Premium 114 2088 54 290-310 195 240-255 182 275-295 192



I did quickly test the gigabyte extreme gaming and same max 300watt draw.

So up to this point, which has the or is the most ideal BIOS? Obviously a lot of other things matter like the PCB and etc. Just wanted your opinion on it in terms of TDP/Watt/Power.
Edited by Vaesauce - 8/2/16 at 5:18am
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Ok can add some extra data

Card tested 1070 Reference

    average system firestrike loop 1   timespy loop 1   timespy loop 2  
BIOS slider clock mhz idle watts watt meter hwinfo watt meter hwinfo watt meter hwinfo
        min-max   min-max   min-max  
Founders 100 1840 52 235-245 142 215-220 140 220-235 150
EVGA SC 112 2000 52 260-270 157 230-235 163 240-250 166
ASUS Strix 120 2088 55 295-305 195 255-260 192 285-300 205
Palit GameRock Premium 114 2088 54 290-310 195 240-255 182 275-295 192



I did quickly test the gigabyte extreme gaming and same max 300watt draw.

Thanks, this is the best data we have so far! Well done!
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My suggestions:
(1) Standardize on the specific test/settings so we are always comparing apples/apples.

(2) Standardize on the specific format to report results.

(3) Standardize on the testings METHOD(s).

(4) Standardize the comparison structure (8-pin cards are only compared to other 8-pin cards, 8+6 only compared to other 8+6 and 8+8 only compared to other 8+8). Finding the highest powered BIOS for each PHYSICAL configuration.



For example, we all need to be using the same test. It should be a test that is stable/proven. It should be an identical test. It should be capable of drawing a lot of power. It should be a FREE test that everyone can run. I think FFXIV free benchmark would be a good suggestion. It's a test that draws a lot of power from the GPU when the MAXIMUM PRESET is selected and 4K resolution is used (or DSR if you don't have a 4K monitor).

These were some tests I did a long time ago using a wall meter (this is SLI and my CPU at the time was a power hog) but you can see that FFXIV sucks a lot of power and at this time came out on top for the most power drawn. These values are high because it was a XEON X5470 that chews power when overclocked really high but as you can see FFXIV took the top spot.

Tech note: Testing with GPU memory overclocked vs stock can sometimes have a tremendous impact on power usage in certain situations. We may need to require that memory be left @ STOCK values to accept the results, to ensure this variance doesn't muddy our waters thumb.gif

Power measurements (Click to show)

980Ti SLI on H2O


980Ti SLI on AIR (uses more power than the same identical GPUs/TESTs do on H2O - An interesting tidbit)


980Ti SLI comparison


So if this is how you guys want to do this, I'll do what I can to detail/organize the info and update the OP. Let me know.
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I would like to contribute but i dont own these benchmarks. dx11 freeware should be used for that. It should enable more poeple to run the test so we can produce more results
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I believe firestrike demo lets you run the benchmark, doesn't it? You can't customize it though, but you'll see the number in the end
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any tests on the Evga GTX 1070 SC, which bios to use to get better TDP limit over 113% ?
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