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post #3411 of 10889
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I'm not sure I would agree with this. This is my 3930k @4.5ghz only at 45% usage with a pair of 980Ti's(98-99% usage) running 3440x1440p Ultra completely maxed out 114fps.


Now that's interesting.

@Mato87 and Slackaveli

Any thoughts on this behavior?
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Originally Posted by p2im0 View Post

I just used Conductonaut for the first time to do the shunt mod and when mounting my EVGA Hybrid cooler. It's super difficult to work with and the first two times I mounted my hybrid cooler I didn't use enough so I had to rip it apart and apply more. I also used it when remounting my CPU cooler and had the same problem - check the temps above - I needed to pull off my CPU cooler and re-apply too.

The results of the shunt mod worked well for me though (with vs without shunt)

So the shunt mod completely zeroes out the reading of the power limit? I mean in theory it should (as you short out the resistor) but I thought it will just lower it down significantly below the real limit?
post #3412 of 10889
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Originally Posted by gkolarov View Post

Here is the BIOS file of ROG-STRIX-GTX1080TI-O11G-GAMING . If someone can extend the power limit and/or add a little more voltage smile.gif




1080ti_strix.zip 154k .zip file

I successfully flashed the Strix BIOS to my 1080 TI FE.

I'm getting 2088 core, 6102 memory first run in Heaven under water with no throttling, no driver crashes. My power limit hasn't gone over 106, no shunt mod.

Here's how I did it biggrin.gif

nvflash_5.353.0.zip 3031k .zip file

1080ti_strix.zip 154k .zip file

Unzip NVFlash and the Strix bios to a folder.

Disable your video card in Control Panel in Device Manager.

Run an admin command prompt and cd to the folder you made.

Do in command prompt:

nvflash64 --protectoff.

Then do:

nvflash64 --save filename.rom

to backup original bios.


nvflash64 -6 biosfilename.rom

Reboot, if the card is not enabled in Device Manager, enable it, reboot again. Good idea to reinstall Nvidia driver, reboot last time, done.

For more than one card.

nvflash64 --list

nvflash64 -6 --index=0 BIOSfilename.rom

nvflash64 -6 --index=1 BIOSfilename.rom

Choose yes when asked to override mismatched IDs.
Edited by KedarWolf - 4/3/17 at 4:59pm
    
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

I successfully flashed the Strix BIOS to my 1080 TI FE.

I'm getting 2088 core, 6102 memory first run in Heaven under water with no throttling, no driver crashes. My power limit hasn't gone over 106, no shunt mod.

Here's how I did it biggrin.gif

nvflash_5.353.0.zip 3031k .zip file

1080ti_strix.zip 154k .zip file

Unzip NVFlash and the Strix bios to a folder.

Disable your video card in Control Panel in Device Manager.

Run an admin command prompt and cd to the folder you made.

Do in command prompt:

nvflash64 --protectoff.

Then do:

nvflash -6 BIOSfilename.rom

Reboot, if the card is not enabled in Device Manager, enable it, reboot again. Good idea to reinstall Nvidia driver, reboot last time, done.

For more than one card.

nvflash64 --list

nvflash64 -6 --index=0 BIOSfilename.rom

nvflash64 -6 --index=1 BIOSfilename.rom

Choose yes when asked to override mismatched IDs.

You've got some balls bud, glad it worked and helped you get a better result. Idk if I should also try it or not with my EVGA FE card XD.

Also how did you backup your stock bios? GPU-z is saying bios reading isn't supported. mad.gif


Edited by alucardis666 - 4/3/17 at 4:15pm
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You must not know Kedarwolf then. He is the master at Titan X (M) bios editing. Good ole times thumb.gif
+rep and will try the flash once my waterblock is in.
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You must not know Kedarwolf then. He is the master at Titan X (M) bios editing. Good ole times thumb.gif
+rep and will try the flash once my waterblock is in.

Not doubting in his abilities, just saying I'd like to back-up my car'd bios before I try flashing another. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Now that's interesting.

@Mato87 and Slackaveli

Any thoughts on this behavior?
So the shunt mod completely zeroes out the reading of the power limit? I mean in theory it should (as you short out the resistor) but I thought it will just lower it down significantly below the real limit?

I don't believe it zeros it completely, there needs to be a minimum reading or the card will enter a 'limp home' strategy.
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

I successfully flashed the Strix BIOS to my 1080 TI FE.

I'm getting 2088 core, 6102 memory first run in Heaven under water with no throttling, no driver crashes. My power limit hasn't gone over 106, no shunt mod.

Here's how I did it biggrin.gif

nvflash_5.353.0.zip 3031k .zip file

1080ti_strix.zip 154k .zip file

Unzip NVFlash and the Strix bios to a folder.

Disable your video card in Control Panel in Device Manager.

Run an admin command prompt and cd to the folder you made.

Do in command prompt:

nvflash64 --protectoff.

Then do:

nvflash -6 BIOSfilename.rom

Reboot, if the card is not enabled in Device Manager, enable it, reboot again. Good idea to reinstall Nvidia driver, reboot last time, done.

For more than one card.

nvflash64 --list

nvflash64 -6 --index=0 BIOSfilename.rom

nvflash64 -6 --index=1 BIOSfilename.rom

Choose yes when asked to override mismatched IDs.

Now we're talking. Ive been keen to get an OC bios alone because afterburner seems to cause dramas with SteamVR, presumably because they're both working with the GPU at quite a low level.
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

I successfully flashed the Strix BIOS to my 1080 TI FE.

I'm getting 2088 core, 6102 memory first run in Heaven under water with no throttling, no driver crashes. My power limit hasn't gone over 106, no shunt mod.

Here's how I did it biggrin.gif

nvflash_5.353.0.zip 3031k .zip file

1080ti_strix.zip 154k .zip file

Unzip NVFlash and the Strix bios to a folder.

Disable your video card in Control Panel in Device Manager.

Run an admin command prompt and cd to the folder you made.

Do in command prompt:

nvflash64 --protectoff.

Then do:

nvflash -6 BIOSfilename.rom

Reboot, if the card is not enabled in Device Manager, enable it, reboot again. Good idea to reinstall Nvidia driver, reboot last time, done.

For more than one card.

nvflash64 --list

nvflash64 -6 --index=0 BIOSfilename.rom

nvflash64 -6 --index=1 BIOSfilename.rom

Choose yes when asked to override mismatched IDs.

How safe is it to flash this to a FE card ? From what is saw the Strix is a custom board made by Asus using 2x 8pin vs the FE using 1 6-pin & 1 8pin. Can this bios damage the FE card or cause any other issues in the long run ?
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I have a evga 1080 ti fe too... let me know if you decide to do it and flash yout card.

What advantage did you had flashing?? Compared to before i mean 😄 More clock and stable?
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

You've got some balls bud, glad it worked and helped you get a better result. Idk if I should also try it or not with my EVGA FE card XD.

Also how did you backup your stock bios? GPU-z is saying bios reading isn't supported. mad.gif


Forgot to answer your question, in Post# 3181, he explains how to do a bios dump with NVFlash.
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Forgot to answer your question, in Post# 3181, he explains how to do a bios dump with NVFlash.

Thanks! thumb.gif
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