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THX worked for me unlocked voltage
still think I need better cooling as more voltage didn't really gain anything.
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Out of the 2 FE 1080 TI I got, 1 run at 2139 Mhz stable with default volt, the other cant pass 2050 Mhz without crashing valley.... Both cards never exceed 40C due to my custom loop.

Now if I can figure out how to increase voltage maybe I can try to get the 2nd card to at least 2100 Mhz...
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Out of the 2 FE 1080 TI I got, 1 run at 2139 Mhz stable with default volt, the other cant pass 2050 Mhz without crashing valley.... Both cards never exceed 40C due to my custom loop.

Now if I can figure out how to increase voltage maybe I can try to get the 2nd card to at least 2100 Mhz...

See the voltage curve video. smile.gif

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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Hey guys, what is up with Asus bios? Is it allow you to set higher voltage? So in this terms Asus>Msi and aorus?
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Here's my EVGA 1080 Ti FE. Custom water, stock bios and no shunt mod.


http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19152974
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Here's my EVGA 1080 Ti FE. Custom water, stock bios and no shunt mod.


http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19152974

Got this today. smile.gif

    
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Here's my EVGA 1080 Ti FE. Custom water, stock bios and no shunt mod.


http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19152974

Epic. Those CPUs can take a beating huh.

Been playing around with the voltage curve in AB. Turns out Firestrike and Timespy easier to pass stable than supersampling VR games at 1.8 (3880x2160 at 90FPS). Shock to the system when the driver crashes in VR lol.

Still looks like 2062 at 1.031 is the sweet spot for real world on this FE/EKWB, keen to push it into the higher voltage bins for some benching though.
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Anyone else run an ek titan waterblock with titan nickel backplate? The screws that came with nickel back plate are too wide for the 1080ti. Wondering if anyone encountered this problem. I had to mount with black screw instead of nickel colored ones
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Originally Posted by johnwayne117 View Post

Hey guys, what is up with Asus bios? Is it allow you to set higher voltage? So in this terms Asus>Msi and aorus?

As of right now I'm hoping someone can investigate the Asus bios because so far it seems like it doesn't do anything.

Supposedly it's supposed to give us higher tdp but another user measured the power usage and it was no different than the stock bios.
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As of right now I'm hoping someone can investigate the Asus bios because so far it seems like it doesn't do anything.

Supposedly it's supposed to give us higher tdp but another user measured the power usage and it was no different than the stock bios.
So it can't allow you set 1.1v?
And generally, looking at 1080 oc, can we expect softmod\ biosmod that allow easy at least 2.100Mhz?
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