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My FE benches higher at 2050 core 1.025v on stock BIOS than at 2088 core, 1.075v Asus BIOS, not much higher, but a bit. And at 1.025v it throttles pretty much the same as 2088 at 1.075v.


In all cases I get slightly better benchmarks with stock BIOS at 2050 core, 1.025v.

GPU-Z stock BIOS at 2050 core, 1.025v.

Stock2050FullscreenHeaven.txt 68k .txt file

Stock2050Catzilla4K.txt 52k .txt file

Stock2050FireStrikeUltra.txt 51k .txt file

Stock2050TimeSpy.txt 71k .txt file

Asus BIOS 2088 core, 1.075v.

ASUS2088HeavenFullscreen.txt 99k .txt file

ASUS2088Catzilla4k.txt 52k .txt file

Asus2088FireStrikeUltra.txt 56k .txt file

Asus2088TimeSpy.txt 50k .txt file

Edit: Since I installed the Creator's Update of Windows I can only do 2088 on Asus BIOS no matter the voltages used, not 2100 any more. redface.gif

Yeap, you are clearly hitting TDP limits. And Pretty much at the same spots for both the BIOS'.

Also try and disable Gamemode after creators update. That might help. My clocks have been better since i did a dirty update, but that could have been something else all together.
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

My FE benches higher at 2050 core 1.025v on stock BIOS than at 2088 core, 1.075v Asus BIOS, not much higher, but a bit. And at 1.025v it throttles pretty much the same as 2088 at 1.075v.


In all cases I get slightly better benchmarks with stock BIOS at 2050 core, 1.025v.

GPU-Z stock BIOS at 2050 core, 1.025v.

Stock2050FullscreenHeaven.txt 68k .txt file

Stock2050Catzilla4K.txt 52k .txt file

Stock2050FireStrikeUltra.txt 51k .txt file

Stock2050TimeSpy.txt 71k .txt file

Asus BIOS 2088 core, 1.075v.

ASUS2088HeavenFullscreen.txt 99k .txt file

ASUS2088Catzilla4k.txt 52k .txt file

Asus2088FireStrikeUltra.txt 56k .txt file

Asus2088TimeSpy.txt 50k .txt file

Edit: Since I installed the Creator's Update of Windows I can only do 2088 on Asus BIOS no matter the voltages used, not 2100 any more. redface.gif

Yeap, you are clearly hitting TDP limits. And Pretty much at the same spots for both the BIOS'.

Also try and disable Gamemode after creators update. That might help. My clocks have been better since i did a dirty update, but that could have been something else all together.

Way ahead of you, first thing I did was disable Game Mode on an ISO clean install. thumb.gif
    
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Way ahead of you, first thing I did was disable Game Mode on an ISO clean install. thumb.gif

Roger.

Tried 381.65? For me the scores improved a tiny bit compared to 378.92.
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Way ahead of you, first thing I did was disable Game Mode on an ISO clean install. thumb.gif

Roger.

Tried 381.65? For me the scores improved a tiny bit compared to 378.92.

381.65 scores went down for me and card seemed less stable at my normal clocks. I'm batting zero here. frown.gif
    
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Yeah that is clearly pointing to TDP Throttling./Limits.

Ill do the power mods on Wednesday hopefully, and compare the 2. I have a hex edited version ready, just need to flash it using my programmer and see if it work. Ah well next weekend it is.

I actually had it opposite, my FE BIOS was all over the place, the Strix is stable as hell for me.

You haven't shown your gpu+z screenshots in runs.

You might think you're at 2101@1.092V but with power limiting its gimped and not truly running to its full potential at that voltage. It's like a fake run at 2101@1.092V with no power to fuel it.

The Asus bios is meant to be able to run at 350 watts and we don't have access to that. So it's the bios saying it's okay to run at 2101@1.092V because it's doing the calculations and thinks you have access to 350 watts but you don't.

The Asus bios + shunt mod actually might work better, please report those two together if possible. But the Asus bios by itself is incomplete, it needs the true draw of 350 watts.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/10/17 at 11:23am
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You haven't shown your gpu+z screenshots in runs.

You might think you're at 2101@1.092V but with power limiting its gimped and not truly running to its full potential at that voltage. It's like a fake run at 2101@1.092V with no power to fuel it.

Didnt save any since i have it running on the other monitor.

But the power throttling was only during Time Spy and FS Ultra runs @ 2038Mhz + (For Time Spy, it sometimes go down to 1989-1974 during the sections where its going past the display cabinets) , but in FS Ultra, its a throttle galore.
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Didnt save any since i have it running on the other monitor.

But the power throttling was only during Time Spy and FS Ultra runs @ 2038Mhz + (For Time Spy, it sometimes go down to 1989-1974 during the sections where its going past the display cabinets) , but in FS Ultra, its a throttle galore.

Blah, I'm resisting the urge to shunt mod... It's only going to give me like 0.5% extra performance!

Bring in these forums aren't healthy, lol.
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Blah, I'm resisting the urge to shunt mod... It's only going to give me like 0.5% extra performance!

Bring in these forums aren't healthy, lol.

I already tried it. Barely made any difference. I tried both conductonaut and CLU. And covering 2 or 3 shunts.
Im not sure what it was , but it barely made a difference for me. Maybe too much or too little LM?

End of the day didnt find it worth the hassle. Just going to hard mod this card till the Ti Classified comes out.

Yeah ill test both the BIOS with the power mods and report back on Wednesday/Thursday.
Edited by bloodhawk - 4/10/17 at 11:33am
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I already tried it. Barely made any difference. I tried both conductonaut and CLU. And covering 2 or 3 shunts.
Im not sure what it was , but it barely made a difference for me. Maybe too much or too little LM?

End of the day didnt find it worth the hassle. Just going to hard mod this card till the Ti Classified comes out.

I'm in a bad position. I have a very good oc card, but it's held back by power limiting.

I can do 2101@1.043-1.050 volts but GPU-Z sgows I'm solid green and power limited.

I could have probably pushed 2138 at 1.092V if I only had the power. But my wife actually got upset with me the other day, she has finally noticed I've been benchmarking and not keeping up with our errands.

She actually knows what heaven benchmark looks and sounds like.

Lol, if you guys don't see me here for a few weeks, that means she got to me. call 911.
post #4650 of 10560
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

I'm in a bad position. I have a very good oc card, but it's held back by power limiting.

I can do 2101@1.043-1.050 volts but GPU-Z sgows I'm solid green and power limited.

I could have probably pushed 2138 at 1.092V if I only had the power. But my wife actually got upset with me the other day, she has finally noticed I've been benchmarking and not keeping up with our errands.

She actually knows what heaven benchmark looks and sounds like.

Lol, if you guys don't see me here for a few weeks, that means she got to me. call 911.

LOL.

Dang, thats one hell of a chip man. Most of the best ones i have seen have been from the first batches. Mine was a second batch.

Its great for gaming and all, but that sweet sweet epeen. rolleyes.gif

Im slapping on some resistors to the caps next to the power controller, will let you guys know if that works better than the shunt mod. And if there is a way to not have to solder them on.
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