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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Playing around more with the ASUS bios, and the extra power is definitely more stable, at least with these new drivers which I think they have lowered my performance.

Stock Below: Has a drop most likely due to power limiting



ASUS Below



I guess the ASUS bios is finally working out for me now.

Also, these little babies might be helping me drop just that 2C below thermal throttling. Had to use chopsticks to get them under the shroud, lol.


Maybe you should try a lower voltage and have a constant core clock on the FE bios? Im getting 103fps same settings as you running 1.063V@2063 and 1.05V@2050. Asus bios lowered my scores.
post #4262 of 10620
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Originally Posted by PasK1234Xw View Post

Your score is too low for 2100 flashing AIB BIOS and clocking higher doesn't mean its actually faster

We dealt with this back with 1080s
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Playing around more with the ASUS bios, and the extra power is definitely more stable, at least with these new drivers which I think they have lowered my performance.

Stock Below: Has a drop most likely due to power limiting



ASUS Below



I guess the ASUS bios is finally working out for me now.

Also, these little babies might be helping me drop just that 2C below thermal throttling. Had to use chopsticks to get them under the shroud, lol.


Did you used a copper shrim between die and cooler to make contact?

I want to mod it like yours, but i saw that the only block that can be installed with the original baseplate is the EVGA one because the gap that the pump has.
post #4263 of 10620
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Idk!?! How would they know though? And the Amazon product was their own carrier so I'll let that one slide, this is fedex we're talking about here.

I'm thinking of installing a security cam for my porch. And I've never had any issues like this before this week. In fact my GF ordered some stuff off amazon just last week that made it here just fine.
i have porch cam Porch cam is THE BOMB. I can't believe your titan X-lil"p" is missing. HOLY MOTHER OF GOD

**Warning, Aorus Extreme in stock on the Egg. Won't last long.

This Aorus would have passed an extreme test. I am gaming a few bins higher than extreme's "OCmode" profile. Just played BF1 basically 5 hours straight. No crashes. Max gpu temp was 67c. Basically the same as aggro fan FE w/ Thermal Grizzly. So whatever the delta is between stock pasted aggro fan FE and Aorus is what you get from the TG:K. LOVING this card.
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no luck with gigabyte bios. gpu was all over the place. strix seems to be most stable, but very faintly hear coil whine. if glass is on cant hear at all. after 4 hours of squad last night highest temp gpus saw were 55. pump 30% and fans were on silent mode. what a difference watering a card does, don't see myself on air ever again.
I want to see someone try the Aorus bios and set up the curve from the 1.05v spot and flatten out after that point. Run with NO EXTRA volts. I bet it does much better. Power limit max, too. I am getting 2050 to hold at 1.05 and then drops to 2037 @ 1.042 or whatever. But it does not like any higher voltage points than that. IT HAS NEVER POWER THROTTLED on me. Even in Heaven and timespy.
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Maybe you should try a lower voltage and have a constant core clock on the FE bios? Im getting 103fps same settings as you running 1.063V@2063 and 1.05V@2050. Asus bios lowered my scores.

I do have some logs of older scores on the stock bios and you're right, it was higher before at lower voltages.
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I do have some logs of older scores on the stock bios and you're right, it was higher before at lower voltages.

Ya I think the best bios is the stock one.
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no luck with gigabyte bios. gpu was all over the place. strix seems to be most stable, but very faintly hear coil whine. if glass is on cant hear at all. after 4 hours of squad last night highest temp gpus saw were 55. pump 30% and fans were on silent mode. what a difference watering a card does, don't see myself on air ever again.
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Playing around more with the ASUS bios, and the extra power is definitely more stable, at least with these new drivers which I think they have lowered my performance.

Stock Below: Has a drop most likely due to power limiting



ASUS Below



I guess the ASUS bios is finally working out for me now.

Also, these little babies might be helping me drop just that 2C below thermal throttling. Had to use chopsticks to get them under the shroud, lol.

you use Fujipoly under those? I like that mod. It's got to be worth 1-3 degrees. Also, those 5x mems get hella hot. i noticed a 2c drop from +650 to +275, and negligible if any framerate decrease. I'm sure that is lottery based, too(perf) but temps are going up even if perf is, too.

In my battlefield tests today, i was on conquest, and i was locked 144 a large portion of the time. Almost everytime i looked up. There were a few times it would be 136~. This Aorus1080ti/5775c combo is a destroyer.
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Ya I think the best bios is the stock one.

Yeah, I don't know why it only benefits one person in this entire forum, lol.
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Yeah, I don't know why it only benefits one person in this entire forum, lol.
seems to remove power limit for a few bins, so it can stabilize or add a bin or two, that's about it. It seems to help about 20% or so. I bet some more will find a sweet spot with it. I think you must be on water to get the gains. Strix has more power and that's more heat so the power limit becomes thermal/voltage limit. IF you have a golden chip and are underwater, it can help, though.
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That sucks. Did something fall into the pcie slot? Anything stuck on the bottom of the card? Sounds like it's shorting out on something. I'd definitely test another card.

The same
Thing happens on 3 different motherboards. Also the system starts up and behaves fine with the GPU plugged
Into the Pcie slot. It is only when power is hooked up. I tried multiple cables and PSUs. I think something in the GPU is shorted. I took it apart and couldn't find anything obvious...
Just got an RMA from the egg.
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The same
Thing happens on 3 different motherboards. Also the system starts up and behaves fine with the GPU plugged
Into the Pcie slot. It is only when power is hooked up. I tried multiple cables and PSUs. I think something in the GPU is shorted. I took it apart and couldn't find anything obvious...
Just got an RMA from the egg.
best bet. if you dont have another gpu handy to test, just go grab a 1060 from best buy for the day and return it. Only requires $200.
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