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Sadly I am not getting better results. My temperatures also float at 51C. I believe I am being thermal throttled. The extra power seems outdo my x41 AIO. I'm going to try and do a open case test.

Like you, my card is running about 4-7c hotter on average while gaming and benching, and although I didn't get my clocks any higher my boost clocks are more consistent and don't bounce around as much. Sucks that my card hates to be OC'd beyond 2000mhz, 2050, is a stretch and 2100 is really unstable. Dunno if I'll flash the stock bios back, hoping to see more bioses get posted to try out.
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Haha so can I have the 980 Ti installed, but not at all active? Never done anything like that before. Just so I can have the 1080 Ti the primary card until the waterblocks are released and I can get it underwater. Then I can sell the 980 Ti and the block and recoup some of this money I blew!!!

I'd sell it man, it won't be inactive, just doesn't really make enough sense and is kind of impractical, if you were deadset on keeping a dedicated card for physics I'd go with something like a 960 or 1050ti.
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Like you, my card is running about 4-7c hotter on average while gaming and benching, and although I didn't get my clocks any higher my boost clocks are more consistent and don't bounce around as much. Sucks that my card hates to be OC'd beyond 2000mhz, 2050, is a stretch and 2100 is really unstable. Dunno if I'll flash the stock bios back, hoping to see more bioses get posted to try out.
I'd sell it man, it won't be inactive, just doesn't really make enough sense and is kind of impractical, if you were deadset on keeping a dedicated card for physics I'd go with something like a 960 or 1050ti.

Yeah, I'll need to do more testing but this is looking like a better method for people with 280mm radiators on their cards.

Actual gaming where the power draw isn't at Asus bios 100%-108% might be better.
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Yeah, I'll need to do more testing but this is looking like a better method for people with 280mm radiators on their cards.

Actual gaming where the power draw isn't at Asus bios 100%-108% might be better.

For me it was worth it to lower my TDP, I'd regularly see it go up to ~138% with the stock FE bios, with the Asus one the most I've seen so far has been 111%
post #3614 of 10455
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it worked out great for you, Kedar. Very nice. I'll dump the Aorus bios in a couple days. It may have a higher tdp/powermax as giga tends to have it higher than asus.

Black OPs 3, 2100 substained.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 14k .txt file


Ghost Recon: Wildlands, same.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 114k .txt file

I'm really liking this Strix BIOS, see no need to try others. smile.gif
    
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Had to up the voltage to 1.093 for 2100 due to higher ambient temps.

Diablo 3: Reaper Of Souls, never goes below 2100 core, 1.093v.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 38k .txt file

Rise of The Tomb Raider DirectX 12. Only dipped between cut scenes.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 131k .txt file

Downloading Black Ops 3 and Ghost Recon: Wildlands now. biggrin.gif

Sadly I am not getting better results. My temperatures also float at 51C. I believe I am being thermal throttled. The extra power seems outdo my x41 AIO. I'm going to try and do a open case test.

For some people Strix BIOS not working well. Get power limited it seems. I suggested they try the MSI Gaming X BIOS instead.
    
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Acer XB280HK 4K Gsync QNIX QX2710 LED 27" WQHD 2560x1440 Corsair AX1500i Thermaltake Core X9 
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For some people Strix BIOS not working well. Get power limited it seems. I suggested they try the MSI Gaming X BIOS instead.

Have you tried it?
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For some people Strix BIOS not working well. Get power limited it seems. I suggested they try the MSI Gaming X BIOS instead.

I didn't know that was out. I'll give that a try. Link?
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LOVE this card.

Thanks for the very thorough write up thumb.gif +Rep given
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I didn't know that was out. I'll give that a try. Link?

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/190927/msi-gtx1080ti-11264-170320

About to try it myself. thumb.gif
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any videos on this bios yet? this my first time building and overclocking nevermind flashing bios..... noob rolleyes.gif
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New to overlocking GPU here. So is the goal here to achieve the highest sustained overclock with zero PerfCaps? I flashed the Asus BIOS and my TDP levels decreased as expected. I can run sustained at 2050MHz at 1.31V and 1.43V with no PerfCaps through about half of the Heaven benchmark before it crashes. When I try to run it at a higher voltage I get PerfCaps right off the bat. So I'm a little confused. I'm on water with the EVGA hybrid mod. Thanks.
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