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Here's hoping for an AIB BIOS that doesn't wipe out yet another port on an FE card. It was bad enough losing the DVI. The EVGA cards have 3 DP's right? Hopefully their BIOS can boost power limits. On the 1080 flashing AIB BIOSes seemed to do nothing helpful at all (other than T4).

Big improvement with Strix BIOS, about 4% better bench with exact same clocks each BIOS, and a fully stable no downlocking 2100 core at 1.075v.

Did a guide with info and results here.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1627212/how-to-flash-strix-1080-ti-bios-in-an-1080-ti-fe/0_20#post_25983584
    
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Big improvement with Strix BIOS, about 4% better bench with exact same clocks each BIOS, and a fully stable no downlocking 2100 core at 1.075v.

Did a guide with info and results here.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1627212/how-to-flash-strix-1080-ti-bios-in-an-1080-ti-fe/0_20#post_25983584

Yeah thanks for your write-up. Looking forward to trying this with a BIOS that doesn't drop a port.
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Here's hoping for an AIB BIOS that doesn't wipe out yet another port on an FE card. It was bad enough losing the DVI. The EVGA cards have 3 DP's right? Hopefully their BIOS can boost power limits. On the 1080 flashing AIB BIOSes seemed to do nothing helpful at all (other than T4).

Not expecting much of an improvement in peak clocks but if I can get this card to hold 2075 with the extra TDP headroom it's well worth something as simple as a BIOS flash. Currently steps down 2 or 3 bins on the 300W limit.

Not worth losing a display output for, if it's something you use.
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Big improvement with Strix BIOS, about 4% better bench with exact same clocks each BIOS, and a fully stable no downlocking 2100 core at 1.075v.

Did a guide with info and results here.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1627212/how-to-flash-strix-1080-ti-bios-in-an-1080-ti-fe/0_20#post_25983584

Does it hold 2100Mhz while gaming too?
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Big improvement with Strix BIOS, about 4% better bench with exact same clocks each BIOS, and a fully stable no downlocking 2100 core at 1.075v.

Did a guide with info and results here.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1627212/how-to-flash-strix-1080-ti-bios-in-an-1080-ti-fe/0_20#post_25983584

Does it hold 2100Mhz while gaming too?

I'll GPU-Z log Diablo 3 Reaper Of Souls and Rise of The Tomb Raider at 4K with G-Sync off and on when I get home from work in eight hours, post the results.

Can do Black Ops 3 and Wildlands as well. smile.gif
    
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First post here so hello,
…and sorry for the long read.

I finally found some time last weekend to install the waterblock (EK-FC Titan X Pascal - Acetal+Nickel) and put the card (EVGA 1080Ti FE) into my system.
Then spend few hours running synthetics like 3DMark suite and Unigine (next time at the end of the year when I upgrade into a more current platform).

For reference the system is a 10 months old win10 installation.
CPU is a 4790k@4.7Mhz - DDR3 RAM@2400Mhz.
Using the latest GeForce driver (378.92 WHQL).
There are 3*240 rads and a D5 pump in a Core V21 case - all running @100% for the benches.
The room temperature is 21-22 C.

Card is running @+190 on the core (upto 2100 but hits PL depending on the bench - check screenshots below) and @+575 on the memory.
Also included, some comparisons against my WCed 980ti (Palit SJ) running at 1550/8000@1.243v, on a moded Bios that removed thermal/power limits. This is on the same system running the same driver and at the same conditions (room temps, etc).
Judging from the overall scores, it seems the 4790k shows its age at least in synthetics (not really a problem yet in games I play @1440p). Graphics scores seem ok though.

Firestrike - Overall Score: 21821 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Graphics Score: 33076 (980ti - 22082)
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12186356
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12150061/fs/12186356

FS Extreme - Overall Score: 13967 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Graphics Score: 16016 (980ti - 9974)
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12180293
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12149955/fs/12180293

FS Ultra - Overall Score: 7672 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Graphics Score: 7885 (980ti - 5011)
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12180196
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12149848/fs/12180196

Timespy - Overall Score: 9466 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Graphics Score: 11131 (980ti - 6699)
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1493873
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/1462441/spy/1493873

For Unigine runs I just used the settings giving me the best scores in 3DMark (for some reason Heaven 1080p test didn't like 2100Mhz – any theories??? - so that run only is @2088).
Heaven
2088/6075 --- 167.2 FPS --- 4211 --- 1080p Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
2100/6075 --- 104.7 FPS --- 2638 --- 1440p Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
2100/6075 --- 66.5 FPS --- 1674 --- 4K wrong DSR ratio in NVCP
2100/6075 --- 57.7 FPS --- 1454 --- 4K Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Valley
2100/6075 --- 152.0 FPS --- 6360 --- 1080p Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
2100/6075 --- 106.8 FPS --- 4469 --- 1440p Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
2100/6075 --- 71.8 FPS --- 3005 --- 4K wrong DSR ratio in NVCP
2100/6075 --- 64.9 FPS --- 2715 --- 4K Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

It is really a shame that we won’t get the ability to modify our Bios with Pascal. The card boosts to 2100 but hits the power limit losing up to 4 bins (in FSUltra test). This happens only once in the 1080p bench (just 1 bin) but, as expected, as we go up in resolution it happens more and more. For Unigine 1080p & 1440p are ok but, PL comes back @ 4K.
Unfortunately, the card is positioned vertically in my case so the CLU shunt mod is out of the question.
My best runs in 3DMark where @+575 on the memory (tried from 455-625 in intervals of 10).
Overall it's a nice card that runs cool @32-35 C during benches. Deltas on average are +12C @ full blast for benching and, +21C for gaming on a silent profile.
For gaming, depending on the game, I use either a 2076/12000 or the 2100/12150 profile used for benching above. Some games throttle back to 2050 due to PL others don't. It really depends on engine, game settings, etc.
Up to now, for benching, my max voltage is 1.050v even with the slider all the way to the right. In games I've rarely seen 1.063v.
I just hate how GPU boost works since it looks like there is more potential there. I would really like to see what this card can do at say 350w PL.
I might try the Strix bios or the curve in afterburner next. Unfortunately, no time until next weekend.
Edited by Lefty23 - 4/8/17 at 3:24am
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Here's hoping for an AIB BIOS that doesn't wipe out yet another port on an FE card. It was bad enough losing the DVI. The EVGA cards have 3 DP's right? Hopefully their BIOS can boost power limits. On the 1080 flashing AIB BIOSes seemed to do nothing helpful at all (other than T4).

Not expecting much of an improvement in peak clocks but if I can get this card to hold 2075 with the extra TDP headroom it's well worth something as simple as a BIOS flash. Currently steps down 2 or 3 bins on the 300W limit.

Not worth losing a display output for, if it's something you use.

I could only do 2062 at 1.031v without it down volting and down clocking all the time during Heaven, to get a continual 2062 core that is without it fluctuating on original BIOS. redface.gif

Now i'm getting 2100 core at 1.075v with no drops in core or voltages during Heaven, so big improvement. biggrin.gif
    
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Big improvement with Strix BIOS, about 4% better bench with exact same clocks each BIOS, and a fully stable no downlocking 2100 core at 1.075v.

Did a guide with info and results here.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1627212/how-to-flash-strix-1080-ti-bios-in-an-1080-ti-fe/0_20#post_25983584

My results were a little worse, did you do anything else to your voltage curve?

What are your temperatures also?
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/4/17 at 7:51am
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I could only do 2062 at 1.031v without it down volting and down clocking all the time during Heaven, to get a continual 2062 core that is without it fluctuating on original BIOS. redface.gif

Now i'm getting 2100 core at 1.075v with no drops in core or voltages during Heaven, so big improvement. biggrin.gif

Presumably this also has a custom voltage curve, which I cant really do as Afterburner and SteamVR dont play nice. Although for benching goodness it's not an issue.
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Big improvement with Strix BIOS, about 4% better bench with exact same clocks each BIOS, and a fully stable no downlocking 2100 core at 1.075v.

Did a guide with info and results here.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1627212/how-to-flash-strix-1080-ti-bios-in-an-1080-ti-fe/0_20#post_25983584

My results were a little worse, did you do anything else to your voltage curve?

Just topped it out at 2100 core at 1.075v and 6132 memory. But if you're on air you may be getting throttling from going over 50C I think it starts to throttle then, some say it's 60C but I've seen some throttling starting at 52C on my old BIOS.

See here about adjusting clocks for lower heat. You can even go below the 1.031v used in this guide, some do.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1627037/best-method-to-overclock-a-1080-ti-under-water-no-shunt-mod-good-under-air-too-lower-temps/0_20
    
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