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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

I could have saved you time, a post like last page I said all that lol.

Stop flashing bios, they don't do anything. Trust me, you'll get worse results. If you want better power draw, shunt mod is the only way to go.

I'm hoping Kendrawolf deletes his topic because it's kind of misleading until someone measures the difference between stock and bios flash out of the wall.

For 1080p-1440p you are totally right, i but for DX12 and FS Ultra i have seen a pretty significant jump in scores, using the Strix BIOS. Even though my card isnt a great clocker, i can at most do 2050Mhz @ 1.093v under water with sub 40C temperatures.

I will be a doing a power mod later this week.

Flashing another compatible vBIOS isnt useless as you are calling, it will only be useful in specific scenarios and loads.

Same card , same OC, same temps , same voltage-

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/1487985/spy/1531250

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12195231/fs/12264485

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12155467/fs/12264453

Personally i didnt really follow or look at his guides/improvements. Just been waiting for the BIOS, i had the ASUS XOC unlocked BIOS on my EVGA FTW Hybrid before this , and that BIOS let me push past 2202Mhz while the stock would max out at 2126Mhz no matter what.

In order properly test improvements, people will need to use proper VF curves and have the card lock to their max clocks possible and keep it under 40C.

Will report back later this week once my Trimpots and resistors are here.

But yeah i should have read the last few pages, would have saved me time with the AORUS BIOS lol.
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Is ASIC quality important for 1080Ti?
I ordered a FE and cant wait for arrival, hope to run 2050 core at least, pray for me. thumb.gif
    
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Is ASIC quality important for 1080Ti?
I ordered a FE and cant wait for arrival, hope to run 2050 core at least, pray for me. thumb.gif

Nope, you can't even see it on Pascal. rolleyes.gif
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Is ASIC quality important for 1080Ti?
I ordered a FE and cant wait for arrival, hope to run 2050 core at least, pray for me. thumb.gif

 

2050 is pretty avg for the most part. The coveted 2100 is what you should be looking for : P, you need those extra 2 FPS.

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For 1080p-1440p you are totally right, i but for DX12 and FS Ultra i have seen a pretty significant jump in scores, using the Strix BIOS. Even though my card isnt a great clocker, i can at most do 2050Mhz @ 1.093v under water with sub 40C temperatures.

I will be a doing a power mod later this week.

Flashing another compatible vBIOS isnt useless as you are calling, it will only be useful in specific scenarios and loads.

Same card , same OC, same temps , same voltage-

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/1487985/spy/1531250

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12195231/fs/12264485

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12155467/fs/12264453

Personally i didnt really follow or look at his guides/improvements. Just been waiting for the BIOS, i had the ASUS XOC unlocked BIOS on my EVGA FTW Hybrid before this , and that BIOS let me push past 2202Mhz while the stock would max out at 2126Mhz no matter what.

In order properly test improvements, people will need to use proper VF curves and have the card lock to their max clocks possible and keep it under 40C.

Will report back later this week once my Trimpots and resistors are here.

But yeah i should have read the last few pages, would have saved me time with the AORUS BIOS lol.

You better look at your GPU z at that voltage you're power limited, and very badly.

I do not recommend running voltages any higher than 1.050.

Ive come to realize why our voltages are locked, the FE running voltages above 1.050 will become power limited and your results will go backwards.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/10/17 at 10:07am
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You better look at your GPU z at that voltage you're power limited, and very badly.

I do not recommend running voltages any higher than 1.050.

Ive come to realize why our voltages are locked, the FE running voltages above 1.050 will become power limited and your results will go backwards.

Yeah that will happen if the TDP is way too low and limited to 120%. Already tested that, and that is the reason why FS Ultra power throttles hard!

And there is no harm in running above 1.050V, IF you are under TDP. IF the TDP is not reached yet, then the GPU will easily utilize that extra voltage. For example , in TimeSpy 90% of the benchmark is able to run @ 2050Mhz - 1.093V, but certain sections throttle down to 1989-2012Mhz (1.050-1.070V). However when using the FE Stock BIOS, the throttle kicks in way more , more like 80% of the run stays under TDP and the rest throttles.

Also ill say it again, any accurate comparisons, can only be done when the GPU is kept sub 40C.
Edited by bloodhawk - 4/10/17 at 10:12am
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Late limited?

Edited post. I was at a red light and it turned green. =/
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Originally Posted by bloodhawk View Post

For 1080p-1440p you are totally right, i but for DX12 and FS Ultra i have seen a pretty significant jump in scores, using the Strix BIOS. Even though my card isnt a great clocker, i can at most do 2050Mhz @ 1.093v under water with sub 40C temperatures.

I will be a doing a power mod later this week.

Flashing another compatible vBIOS isnt useless as you are calling, it will only be useful in specific scenarios and loads.

Same card , same OC, same temps , same voltage-

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/1487985/spy/1531250

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12195231/fs/12264485

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12155467/fs/12264453

Personally i didnt really follow or look at his guides/improvements. Just been waiting for the BIOS, i had the ASUS XOC unlocked BIOS on my EVGA FTW Hybrid before this , and that BIOS let me push past 2202Mhz while the stock would max out at 2126Mhz no matter what.

In order properly test improvements, people will need to use proper VF curves and have the card lock to their max clocks possible and keep it under 40C.

Will report back later this week once my Trimpots and resistors are here.

But yeah i should have read the last few pages, would have saved me time with the AORUS BIOS lol.
For example, if you have an Aorus Ti and can hold clocks at least where the Extreme's pre-set OC mode is, why would you not flash the Extreme Bios (provided you are willing to risk warranty in case it dies with the other bios)?


Guys with cpu issues who are waiting on the next big thing, here's some good news.
http://wccftech.com/intel-basin-falls-x299-hedt-platform/

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2050 is pretty avg for the most part. The coveted 2100 is what you should be looking for : P, you need those extra 2 FPS.
more importantly , you need that 2076 at least to say you are running a 15 TFLOPs card. My OCD loves this!
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/10/17 at 10:14am
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Picked up the GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GAMING OC 11GB Video Card a few days back. Love the HUGE difference between my Sapphire Nitro 390 and this. Night and day. I think I literally doubled my fps at 1440p gaming.

I am going to return it however, due to a couple of issues.

1. No backplate.
2. Heat seems a bit higher than i'd like. I think it's averaging around 75°C while gaming.
3. I can't seem to get the oc higher than 1830 in the Aorus oc settings. I'm new to the nvidia side, so i'm not sure if that's the end result that i'm looking at (Don't burn me at the stake).

I'll probably end up dropping the $80 extra bucks and get the Asus Strix, or hold out for the eVGA FTW2 edition that comes out in May.

Anyone else with the same card, hmu and let me know what settings you're using.
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Edited post. I was at a red light and it turned green. =/
Whoa be careful man. Forums can wait until you reach your destination.

I edited my post above as well.
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