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The voltage curve thing is driving me nuts. It never stays the same. I can make the same curve and will get no perfcaps one time and perfcaps a second time. Or the curve will load differently with every reboot. Or I make a curve testing the exact same voltage and clock and have different results because the other points on the curve are slightly different.

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I think I know how to fix it. If you say put curve on a point at 2066, it'll jump to 2062 when you hit apply but when you reboot will be 2075 and mess things up.

What you do is put it exactly on the point you want, say 2062, hit apply, it'll jump one notch down every time to 2050, but then the second time put the point exactly at 2062, hit apply, it'll stay at 2062 second time and not jump any higher next reboot.

So, to reiterate, just put it exactly on the point you want, hit apply, if it's one lower, do it again on exact point again, hit apply, it'll be right now, and stay there on reboot. smile.gif
    
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After using voltage curve, looks like my MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X is capable of 2.088GHz, trying to push for 2.1GHz crashes Firestrike. Anything else I can do to get 2.1GHz? Do you think lowering memory clocks can help me get 2.1GHz?

32.4K graphics score in FS at 2.088GHz.

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Ryzen 4 ghz with stock voltage 1080ti 1950 core 5805 ram. biggrin.gif
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I think I know how to fix it. If you say put curve on a point at 2066, it'll jump to 2062 when you hit apply but when you reboot will be 2075 and mess things up.

What you do is put it exactly on the point you want, say 2062, hit apply, it'll jump one notch down every time to 2050, but then the second time put the point exactly at 2062, hit apply, it'll stay at 2062 second time and not jump any higher next reboot.

So, to reiterate, just put it exactly on the point you want, hit apply, if it's one lower, do it again on exact point again, hit apply, it'll be right now, and stay there on reboot. smile.gif

Thanks, I'll give that a shot.
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Ryzen 4 ghz with stock voltage 1080ti 1950 core 5805 ram. biggrin.gif

Nice! thumb.gif
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People thought that the ASUS bios gave you an extra 30 watts of TDP, I'm here to prove this absolutely wrong.

Here's the verdict, the ASUS bios doesn't give you anything. Please take a look at the results below, you don't get that extra 30 watts you thought you did. Running furmark, you can see here that the ASUS bios drew 10 more watts, but I have to tell you that it was just near the end of the end of the test where power usage was %112.



Asus Power Draw 275 * 1.12 = 308 Watts

This is equal to the times on stock where I would hit 124% just for a brief few seconds playing Witcher 3. Here's the stock bios below hitting 122%. But I usually have it hit 124% a few times.



Stock Power Draw 250 * 1.24 = 310 Watts

So there you have it folks. The freaking ASUS bios gives you +30 extra watts is complete BS.

Please stop flashing it, it just gives you worse results. Those of you who think you're overcoming power limits and getting better results, sorry but you're not.

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Bios flashing on a 1080 Ti is a joke. Can't believe people want to talk about that extra 50 MHz and feel special. rolleyes.gif
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Bios flashing on a 1080 Ti is a joke. Can't believe people want to talk about that extra 50 MHz and feel special. rolleyes.gif

Can't believe some hypocrite is posting in a forum dedicated to OC and judging people on trying to figure out how to push boundaries. tongue.gif

You're in the wrong forum to be judgmental. And I'm sorry, but it takes baby steps and a community together to push boundaries biggrin.gif. If everyone was lazy and condescending as you were, then nothing would be discovered:thumb:.

As for myself, I set out to prove that flashing the ASUS was a waste of everyone's time because I was concerned others would waste their time.
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Any ideas if the EK Thermosphere will fit the FE while still retaining the stock ram and vrm plate?

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Those with the EVGA Hybrid mod what do you all run your VRM fans at during full load?
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