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post #3421 of 10408
i'll just leave this here: (sorry if already posted)

https://www.ekwb.com/news/official-list-ek-water-blocks-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-series/

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People have been using nail polish to isolate on circuit boards and chips for a long time. Really not an issue as long it is allowed to dry. thumb.gif

It's still not flame resistant when dry. It can actually light on fire, not saying it'll ever reach those temperatures. Otherwise it would be a magical industry standard to just apply nail polish to PCB boards.

But why not use RTV? You can also remove RTV much easier for an RMA, and the kind that is made to be put on circuit boards is just that, it's made to be put on circuit boards.

The LID of a CPU is held together by silicon sealing gasket.
post #3423 of 10408
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

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?

The power is still displayed, it's just lower as current is bypassing the shunts. If you blow up the original screenshot I went from ~114% to 87% power with higher clocks.
post #3424 of 10408
Just ordered the Strix 1080TI from Newegg after trying for the last 30 hours thumb.gif

Crossing my fingers -- even though the order went through and I got the confirmation email, it's still in the verification stage and newegg has been known to cancel orders.

Edit: 'We are happy to inform you that your order (Sales Order Number: #########) has been successfully charged to your VISA and order verification is now complete.' Does this mean that I got it? I really hope so redface.gif
Edited by xartion - 4/3/17 at 4:51pm
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Just ordered the Strix 1080TI from Newegg after trying for the last 30 hours thumb.gif

edit: crossing my fingers -- even though the order went through and I got the confirmation email, it's still in the verification stage and newegg has been known to cancel orders

Good luck, the card is a beast , I just fired up crysis 3 a few hours ago and with everything maxed out at 1080p even with maxed out aa I get around 100 - 190 fps...even the demanding dome area I get around 80-140 fps...it's a crazy fast card.
post #3426 of 10408
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Now that's interesting.

@Mato87
Any thoughts on this behavior??

Well first of all he has two gtx 980 Ti's and second of all he has the i7 six core with twelve threads, of course he will have only 50% of the cpu utilization.
post #3427 of 10408
I just made a backup of my EVGA GTX 1080TI FE bios. Here it is if anyone needs it. It would be great if everyone can start making backups of there cards bios that way we can compare and try them out.

1. Download NVFlash 5.353.0 (https://www.techpowerup.com/download/nvidia-nvflash/

2. Extract contents from nvflash zip file and place them on a new folder called nvflash in your C drive.

3. Disable video card in device manger.

4. Run CMD (Admin)

5. Type CD C:\

6. Type CD nvflash

7. Use command : nvflash64 -b backup.rom

8. You should now have the backup.rom file in your nvlfash folder.

9. Enable video card in device manager.

10.DONE (Please post a copy of your cards bios)

(Please note there is zero risk of anything happening to your card as your are just reading the bios you are not flashing anything to it)


Here is my EVGA 1080TI FE Bios

EVGA1080TIFEBios.zip 154k .zip file


THANKS thumb.gif KedarWolf and gkolarov for posting the Strix bios and guide on how to flash it.
Edited by dentnu - 4/3/17 at 5:10pm
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post #3428 of 10408
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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 ?

i can't answer that but I'm getting 2100 core at 1.075v 6132 memory, Power Limit never goes over 111% an entire Heaven run, and as you can see by my GPU-Z file it never throttled or lowered core or voltages once the entire Heaven run.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 35k .txt file
    
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post #3429 of 10408
Ok. I successfully extracted my stock EVGA FE BIOS
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I just made a backup of my EVGA GTX 1080TI FE bios. Here it is if anyone needs it. It would be great if everyone can start making backups of there cards bios that way we can compare and try them out.

1. Download NVFlash 5.353.0 (https://www.techpowerup.com/download/nvidia-nvflash/

2. Extract contents from nvflash zip file and place them on a new folder called nvflash in your C drive.

3. Disable video card in device manger.

4. Run CMD (Admin)

5. Type CD C:\

6. Type CD nvflash

7. Use command : nvflash64 -b backup.rom

8. You should now have the backup.rom file in your nvlfash folder.

9. Enable video card in device manager.

10.DONE (Please post a copy of your cards bios)


Here is my EVGA 1080TI FE Bios

EVGA1080TIFEBios.zip 154k .zip file


THANKS thumb.gif KedarWolf for posting the Strix bios and guide on how to flash it.

Nice, I was gonna do this but you beat me to it... haha.

I also just flashed the Strix Bios on my FE card, only changes I see are that I don't need to raise the slider as much for the core offset now as the strix is oc'd a bit from factory compared to FE.

Also my card now downclocks a little higher @ 240mhz at idle instead of 138mhz like it did before.

Finally, now my voltage slider in AB is greyed out again.
post #3430 of 10408
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

i can't answer that but I'm getting 2100 core at 1.075v 6132 memory, Power Limit never goes over 111% an entire Heaven run, and as you can see by my GPU-Z file it never throttled or lowered core or voltages once the entire Heaven run.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 35k .txt file

Wow that is very nice thanks for the update. Very tempted to give this a shot.
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