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Originally Posted by tahsin95 View Post

Sorry guys, a bit unrelated to the heavy discussion about overclocking above.
I'm thinking of fitting the EVGA AIO (1080/1070) hybrid kit on my 1080 ti. My biggest question is, are you able to put on the evga shroud on top of your 1080 ti?
What I mean is, gamersnexus has done a full video on this, and he basically just leaves it as it is, just fits on the water cooler and has that sticking out. Looks quite ugly imo and if that's really the case I was thinking of going for a much cheaper approach with my own custom cpu water cooler + nzxt case gpu case.

Thanks biggrin.gif would be very helpful if I could get some feedbacks off those who decided to custom water cool their 1080 ti's.

That's the entire reason EVGA released a new AIO cooler for the 1080Ti. The only difference is the newer shroud. The 1080/1070 hybrid kits shroud does not fit on the 1080 Ti. The cooler itself does, just not the shroud. If you want the shroud you have to buy the 1080 Ti kit.
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Originally Posted by tahsin95 View Post

Sorry guys, a bit unrelated to the heavy discussion about overclocking above.
I'm thinking of fitting the EVGA AIO (1080/1070) hybrid kit on my 1080 ti. My biggest question is, are you able to put on the evga shroud on top of your 1080 ti?
What I mean is, gamersnexus has done a full video on this, and he basically just leaves it as it is, just fits on the water cooler and has that sticking out. Looks quite ugly imo and if that's really the case I was thinking of going for a much cheaper approach with my own custom cpu water cooler + nzxt case gpu case.

Thanks biggrin.gif would be very helpful if I could get some feedbacks off those who decided to custom water cool their 1080 ti's.

I have this aio kit and follow the video for it and end up with the case at the end..... No it doesn't fit after.

I even try to make it fit by removing plastic but it didnt go well...

I ask myself if I would have use the plate that come with the kit maybe it fit but didn't check after if there is a reason you don't use the plate that came with the kit.
Maybe bolt emplacement, one sure thing is the thermal pad are not the same at the same place.

It was said that you don't need the air to go everywhere to cool the card so its not useful for the flow of air but its kind of look weird.

But for me, my case is a frankenstein case so it fit with the ... theme....

Also I can say that the AIO from evga, the pump is noisy and vibrate a lots. Its not that bad, but its way more noisy than my corsair h110 (witch was more a high pitch sound)
post #3483 of 10432
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

I have 2100 at 1.075v with zero throttling.

You can reflash it, yes, just need to do the nvflash64 --protecton command when you are done to lock the BIOS again so they have no idea you did --protectoff and flashed it from original.

Trick I figured out from my Maxwell Titan X days biggrin.gif

I can't seem to unlock the voltage with the .Oem2 file again. Is there a reason for this?

This is also really odd but I think I have coil whine now running this bios.
post #3484 of 10432
Your PCI device ID will have changed after you flashed, so you'll have to use the one of the new Asus card whose BIOS you used, right? (just making sure you did this step, easy to forget)
post #3485 of 10432
Yeah, I did. The new ID is

85E41043

I added it as

[VEN_10DE&DEV_1B06&SUBSYS_85E41043&REV_??]
VDDC_Generic_Detection = 1

and it's not working redface.gif

EDIT: Okay, got it... I think notepad messed it up. I used Notepad++
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/3/17 at 10:43pm
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Any of you guys upgraded from a 980 Ti? If so what are the differences max OC vs max OC?
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Any of you guys upgraded from a 980 Ti? If so what are the differences max OC vs max OC?
What is the Max oc vs max oc?
980ti max oc vs 1080ti max oc.
I upgaded 1080ti from 980ti xtreme. I saw it stronger about 50% than 980ti
post #3488 of 10432
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Any of you guys upgraded from a 980 Ti? If so what are the differences max OC vs max OC?

I upgraded from 980ti windforce OC @1500 core and the performance gain is around 50%. Of course it depends on the particular game, but let say that 1080TI@2000Mhz is faster 30 to 60%.
post #3489 of 10432
Hmmm...

So with the ASUS Strix bios, I now have coil whine, or either it wasn't coming through DP1 (which is now disabled) but is coming through the other Display ports.

Also, my score running at 2088 Mhz got worse.



Left with ASUS bios right with stock bios

Not sure what's going on here or if I'm doing something wrong.
post #3490 of 10432
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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:

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.

i want to try this but having sli is holding me back. i might f it up
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