Originally Posted by fisher6
Originally Posted by KedarWolf
I'm getting such good results with the Strix BIOS on my FE I don't think I'm going to try the MSI one.
Get a constant 2100 core, 6162 memory, power limit never goes over 111% while benching. And at 1.075v the core and voltage never downclocks an entire Heaven run at 2100.
I have an earlier post with the GPU-Z log of a Heaven bench.
Is there any risk of bricking the card if something goes wrong during the flashing process?
if you have a second video card and anything goes wrong you can flash the original back if you have any issues but I don't think there is much chance of bricking the card, no.
See here how to flash.
Here's how I did it
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:
To turn protection off so you can flash the BIOS.
nvflash64 --save filename.rom
to backup original bios.
To flash 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.
To see cards.
To flash BIOS.
nvflash64 -6 --index=0 BIOSfilename.rom
nvflash64 -6 --index=1 BIOSfilename.rom
Choose yes when asked to override mismatched IDs.Edited by KedarWolf - 4/4/17 at 6:49am