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Yes GPU score seems pretty low. Not the total of course. So if understand you correctly you can use memory overvoltage function no meter of the BIOS, only Palit vendor is needed...in that way what from instead of BIOS they're recognizing the real board vendor ?
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Originally Posted by DStealth View Post

Yes GPU score seems pretty low. Not the total of course. So if understand you correctly you can use memory overvoltage function no meter of the BIOS, only Palit vendor is needed...in that way what from instead of BIOS they're recognizing the real board vendor ?
Can i look on your FSE score?=)
Nope. I can use memory overvoltage ONLY at palit bios. BUT with zotac amp extreme bios im dont need it. For example on asus strix oc or g1 extreme gaming bios i cant take 10000mhz.
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No problem when i get home but remember it was a couple of points short to 10k @ 24/7 run 2100/9500
What scores you get with this BIOS @ FS and FS utra to compare the GPU point as i have them close to your frequencies 11.5+k and 5+k at 2120/30 cores and 9700-800 memory. As i tried Zotac BIOS none of them was even closer ..maybe driver has reduced them...will re-bench today when i get home and give some numbers to compare.

Edit: Maybe your CPU is holding you, just tried Zotac BIOS close to 24/7 situation FSX
2100/9720 max voltage

2088/9720 min voltage


Will run same settings with my stock BIOS shortly for a compare....

EDIT2: Comparing apples to apples - Just my stock BIOS even dropping to lower levels let say 2088 or even lower - scores
@20xx/9720 max voltage

@20xx/9720 min voltage

Edit3: Just one step higher even dropping to 2088/9720 stock BIOS no added voltage:

Edited by DStealth - 8/3/16 at 10:21am
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MSI 1080 Armor BIOS is drawing 290W @ 121%TDP (hwinfo64)
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Originally Posted by GanGstaOne View Post

So i Fixed my broken 1080 G1 Gaming with second card its working its all good now
All bios in thechpowerup database for now are interchangeable no matter 1 or 2 8 pin card or 6+8 pin card only GALAX bios is NOT do not flash galax bios to other card and if you do you will need second card for a fix

Edit: For 1080 cards

Did u tried the Classified ?
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MSI 1080 Armor BIOS is drawing 290W @ 121%TDP (hwinfo64)

That is something I can't really believe?

Have you checked with a kill-a-watt?
post #478 of 600
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That is something I can't really believe?

Have you checked with a kill-a-watt?

Unfortunately, I can't.

But this card is exactly the same hardware from Gaming version, except from cooler, heatplate and backplate. So I wouldn't be surprised if it draws the same W from GamingX or even GamingZ.
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Originally Posted by Snabeltorsk View Post

Did u tried the Classified ?

Dont have evga 1080 classified bios if you have it give it here will test it
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Dont have evga 1080 classified bios if you have it give it here will test it

http://www.overclock.net/attachments/43306
its from cool Mike.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1601288/official-nvidia-gtx-1080-owners-club/4050_30#post_25392788
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