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Done with latest version of nvflash, BIOS date 1/18/2017 Gigabyte 1080 Ti FE.

1080Ti.zip 156k .zip file

Identifying EEPROM...
EEPROM ID (EF,6013) : WBond W25Q40EW 1.65-1.95V 4096Kx1S, page
Reading adapter firmware image...
IFR Data Size : 2184 bytes
IFR CRC32 : A73AE6C5
IFR Image Size : 2560 bytes
IFR Image CRC32 : 432F79F3
IFR Subsystem ID : 10DE-120F
Image Size : 260096 bytes
Version : 86.02.39.00.01
~CRC32 : E303990C
Image Hash : 901B1B9D77096B6AEA31138C207A1F2E
Subsystem ID : 10DE-120F
Hierarchy ID : Normal Board
Chip SKU : 350-0
Project : G611-0050
CDP : N/A
Build Date : 01/18/17
Modification Date : 01/18/17
Build GUID : 402D5B72FFFFFFB8FFFFFFA34DFFFFFFFBFFFFFFBEFFFFFFB8FFFFFFA9FFFFFFC5FFFFFFCDFFFFFF99FFFFFFEE31
UEFI Support : Yes
UEFI Version : 0x30006 (Oct 26 2016 @ 21305424 )
UEFI Variant Id : 0x0000000000000007 ( GP1xx )
UEFI Signer(s) : Microsoft Corporation UEFI CA 2011
InfoROM Version : G001.0000.01.04
InfoROM Backup Exist : NO
License Placeholder : Absent
GPU Mode : N/A
Saving of image completed.

Nvflash version 5.353.0 works with the 1080ti? Or is there a newer one I missed.

NVFlash 5.353.0 but you need to use the nvflash64.exe 'nvflash64 --list' list to see cards, I have two, one for dedicated PhysX. nvflash64 --save 'filename' if you only have the one card. I think I did
'nvflash64 --protectoff' as well but got an error so I don't know if you actually need to do that.

https://www.techpowerup.com/download/nvidia-nvflash/

nvflash_5.353.0.zip 3031k .zip file
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I came from Maxwell as well Titan X.

First i set my overclock to +151 core offset and power / voltage slider maxed. 2050Mhz

Then you go to the next voltage bin below that (1.043v) in my case and add +13

Then do that all the way down to .963v



you can even try to run in my case 2050Mhz @ 1.031v and 1.025v bin so when it throttles from power or heat it will drop voltage but keep the 2050Mhz.
pretty much just what I did and now I can complete the Heaven loop at 2050/2037 throughout, on air. THANKS , bro.
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I'm almost certain one of the FE's I have will do 2150 on water and the other one would probably do 2114-2126. I have 2 fairly good clocking FE's.
"fairly good" isnt a fair assessment. Those are two BEASTS.
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Took a bit to find one that worked but due to an unfortunate hard drive wipe I lost the one that worked and not quite sure to be honest. I know it was one of the latest ones you don't need the certificate signed thingy I think it was. This post is from a month or so ago, I just edited it, copied and pasted the info.

Interesting. Guess it doesnt require support for the card to dump, just support for the EEPROM if an older version worked.

NVFlash 5.353.0 but you need to use the nvflash64.exe 'nvflash64 --list' list to see cards, I have two, one for dedicated PhysX.

'nvflash64 --save filename' if you only have the one card.

I think I did 'nvflash64 --protectoff' as well but got an error so I don't know if you actually need to do that.

https://www.techpowerup.com/download/nvidia-nvflash/

nvflash_5.353.0.zip 3031k .zip file

so it doesn't get lost in an edit, so many posts, so little time.
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Done with latest version of nvflash, BIOS date 1/18/2017 Gigabyte 1080 Ti FE.

1080Ti.zip 156k .zip file

Thank you very much for this. Now we just need some AIB/aftermarket 1080Ti BIOSes to compare to. Not a single reviewer has published any hard TDP numbers for these cards yet, so if anyone has an AIB 1080Ti and can post the BIOS, I can extract all the information from it. I've included the offsets to everything in case anyone wants to do this on their own too.

Note that the 6 "fan curve" entries are the rpm levels set at the various temperature breakpoints within the stock fan curve. Unfortunately I haven't figured out where the temperature values for those are stored yet, but I think Afterburner already shows you the stock fan curve anyway, so no huge need for that.

From the FE 1080Ti BIOS KedarWolf posted:
Code:

Note - in the BIOS the numbers are stored LSB first, so if you see "48 e8 01 00" in your hex editor, you need to swap to MSB first notation before converting to decimal.
"48 e8 01 00" would become "00 01 e8 48" which when converted to decimal = 125000 which is your Min TDP target in milliwatts.

Min TDP target                          DWORD - 0x00030e70 - (48 e8 01 00) = 125000mW = 125W
Default TDP target                      DWORD - 0x00030e74 - (90 d0 03 00) = 250000mW = 250w
Max TDP limit                           DWORD - 0x00030e78 - (e0 93 04 00) = 300000mW = 300w

Motherboard Default TDP Target          DWORD - 0x00030ea2 - (d0 01 01 00) = 66000mW = 66W
Motherboard Max TDP Limit               DWORD - 0x00030ea6 - (d0 30 01 00) = 78000mW = 78W

PCIe1 Default TDP Target                DWORD - 0x00030ed0 - (d8 53 01 00) = 87000mW = 87W
PCIe1 Max TDP Limit                     DWORD - 0x00030ed4 - (b8 82 01 00) = 99000mW = 99W

PCIe2 Default TDP Target                DWORD - 0x00030efe - (d0 78 02 00) = 162000mW = 162W
PCIe2 Max TDP Limit                     DWORD - 0x00030f02 - (98 ab 02 00) = 175000mW = 175W

Fan Curve Entry 1                       WORD  - 0x0003150a - (40 05) = 1344 rpm
Fan Curve Entry 2                       WORD  - 0x0003150c - (4c 04) = 1100 rpm
Fan Curve Entry 3                       WORD  - 0x0003150e - (80 0a) = 2688 rpm
Fan Curve Entry 4                       WORD  - 0x00031510 - (60 09) = 2400 rpm
Fan Curve Entry 5                       WORD  - 0x00031512 - (50 0b) = 2896 rpm
Fan Curve Entry 6                       WORD  - 0x00031514 - (c0 12) = 4800 rpm

Fan Max RPM                             WORD  - 0x000314e6 - (c0 12) = 4800 rpm


Edited by ThingyNess - 4/1/17 at 3:15pm
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What's the trick to hitting 1.092V? Very low temperatures​?
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Hey guys, my card reaches 51c sometimes with the 1080 hybrid cooler and thus downclocks. I want to keep the temps below 50c and I was thinking of adding two NF-F12 fans to the hybrid kit. Should I connect these two fans to my mobo using a splitter? Will that make them run at 100%? Idk if I should get the normal NF-F12s, NF-F12s 2000 Industrial or the 3000rpm ones. Or should I be looked at other fans since the Noctua ones are pretty expensive?
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What's the trick to hitting 1.092V? Very low temperatures​?

That and staying far away from the board power limit, which unfortunately is hard to do on an FE if you're benchmarking or running it hard. It already bumps up against the power delivery limits pretty quick even at stock voltage, and raising the voltage just makes it hit the power delivery brick wall that much quicker.
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That and staying far away from the board power limit, which unfortunately is hard to do on an FE if you're benchmarking or running it hard. It already bumps up against the power delivery limits pretty quick even at stock voltage, and raising the voltage just makes it hit the power delivery brick wall that much quicker.

yeah, I can't sustain 2101 Mhz, the card is hitting power limits and voltages are dropping all the way down to 1.04 which causes it to crash in Witcher 3.

Although benchmarking in Heaven is possible at 2114 Mhz for me, I have reached the power limiting wall. Don't want to do the shunt mod either, so probably going to back my OC down to 2088 or 2075 and be happy with it.
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