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post #2391 of 10601
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Originally Posted by Rhadamanthys View Post

So will the custom cards at least have the option to unlock power limit and voltage via modded BIOS?
Probably not.
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https://videocardz.com/67542/evga-confirms-gtx-1080-ti-sc-sc2-and-ftw3-specifications
post #2393 of 10601
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

Probably not.

Why not? Wasn't an issue with the 980ti was it?
post #2394 of 10601
This is Pascal... So no.

It should just be put on the first page of this thread that custom bios outside of a vendor specific implementation won't happen ever.
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Originally Posted by wizardbro View Post

Anyone on a full water block and a quiet/silent setup have coil whine with this card at 100+ fps and 100%gpu usage?

My 980ti coil whine is the loudest thing in my PC BY FAR at Max loads, thinking of upgrading.

Yes I have coil whine and it's under water. It's not very loud but it is definitely audible and extremely annoying. I initially thought it was my PSU so I went and got a new one but it persisted so I'm just ignoring it now. The coil whine only becomes noticeable on load screens when the FPS are over 100. In game play is generally silent since I don't hit 100fps at 4k smile.gif
My 1080s had no coil whine so I'm pretty irritated mad.gif
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Yes I have coil whine and it's under water. It's not very loud but it is definitely audible and extremely annoying. I initially thought it was my PSU so I went and got a new one but it persisted so I'm just ignoring it now. The coil whine only becomes noticeable on load screens when the FPS are over 100. In game play is generally silent since I don't hit 100fps at 4k smile.gif
My 1080s had no coil whine so I'm pretty irritated mad.gif

I'm the opposite lol. My 1080 had a terrible whine, now no whine. :P

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Hey guys I have an evga 1080ti FE and I can increase voltage in evga presiscion x, I am registered through evga though.
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I understand but if the bios is still posting the original max voltage and power then he had to have edited it somehow.

Just look at the cables soldered to the board. They are going directly to PSU that's how he is getting voltage. No bios needed.
    
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Finished up the new Watercooling loop. Monoblock and GPU Block. Currently at 2101MHz core @ 1.043V. +250 on the memory. Going above that memory speed decreases scores. Still testing. but temps are not going above 41C (ambient 23C) after a 1 hour loop of Heaven and then some KF2 gaming for 1 hour. Seems very stable at 2101 currently. Using a +190 GPUC core offset.

Going to do some more testing and see where I end up and then do some screen shots and validations.
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Finished up the new Watercooling loop. Monoblock and GPU Block. Currently at 2101MHz core @ 1.043V. +250 on the memory. Going above that memory speed decreases scores. Still testing. but temps are not going above 41C (ambient 23C) after a 1 hour loop of Heaven and then some KF2 gaming for 1 hour. Seems very stable at 2101 currently. Using a +190 GPUC core offset.

Going to do some more testing and see where I end up and then do some screen shots and validations.

Lucky you. I had to go with the regular Evo cpu block. EK has not made a mono block for the MSI Gaming M7 as of yet.
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