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Got this today. smile.gif


Back to the FE bios? and does 123% power limit very much?
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Anyone know if/how you can increase the power limit on FE cards? Thanks in advance.
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post #4483 of 10786
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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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Hey guys, what is up with Asus bios? Is it allow you to set higher voltage? So in this terms Asus>Msi and aorus?

Not as of right now
post #4484 of 10786
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Well, I'm officially a dumbass. doh.gif

I had taken the back plate off my FE since it's useless and had a nice amount of airflow over the back side of the GPU to help a bit with cooling. Was going to bring the card back in today to trade for an Aorus, so I had to put the back plate back on obviously. As I was putting the last screw back in, my dog bumped my leg and caused me to start the screw slightly cross threaded. As soon as I noticed I backed off and started over, but the damage was done. Tried working it back but to no avail. Screw sheared off close to the head.. Looks like I'm stuck with my FE. What are the best AIO CPU coolers that I can mount to this thing? Don't really feel like paying $~220 CAD for the EVGA if I can avoid that. Don't care about looks, just best cooling performance. That, along with a shunt mod, should be enough to keep me happy.

Anyone know where I can buy a replacement standoff and screw?


Anyone using 1070/80/Ti/XP evga hybrid kit has them. They are included with kit plus the ones on the card. So lot left over ask around.

Would ask over in EVGA forum also.
Edited by PasK1234Xw - 4/9/17 at 5:07am
post #4485 of 10786
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Anyone know if/how you can increase the power limit on FE cards? Thanks in advance.

You can with shunt mod
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You can with shunt mod

Theres no other way? ugh...
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For whatever reason running above 2114 Mhz is counterproductive for me. I believe you need more memory to be able to do so and the max my card can do stable is 475 on memory.

Are your results at 2138 actually better or worse than bins ahead?
Do you have any heaven runs and GPU-Z graphs running at 2138?
Memory also has something to do with it. There is a point where mem oc will throttle your core oc as they are both pulling from same voltage ultimately. It all depends on bench. Some would rather see mem, some core. Just have to figure out what bench prefers.
Also curve ultimately should be reflective of the old "13" philosophy. Not doing it this way can severely limit you.
During Cat.I hit 121% for a brief moment. Rest is 100-110. The graph is on bottom of AB, which should be In my screens. Also not shunt mod. I'm using a universal wb with pk1.


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i wish i could sell my 780ti Classifieds.. hahahahahaha
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i wish i could sell my 780ti Classifieds.. hahahahahaha

You can, but it will only make you between $130-170 per card. Obviously, a 1080 Ti costs quite a bit more than that.
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Memory also has something to do with it. There is a point where mem oc will throttle your core oc as they are both pulling from same voltage ultimately. It all depends on bench. Some would rather see mem, some core. Just have to figure out what bench prefers.
Also curve ultimately should be reflective of the old "13" philosophy. Not doing it this way can severely limit you.
During Cat.I hit 121% for a brief moment. Rest is 100-110. The graph is on bottom of AB, which should be In my screens. Also not shunt mod. I'm using a universal wb with pk1.


What is this "13" you speak of?
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