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post #4811 of 10509
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Originally Posted by nrpeyton View Post

When I cross flashed my EVGA 1080 Classified with the ASUS T4, STRIX BIOS (1080). (which has no power or temp limits at all -- they are completely removed).

My card would actually draw less power from the wall than it did before. (And FPS would also go down).

This is due to VRM's being different.

I also have a watt meter that plugs into the wall and gives me full system draw.

However if I used the ASUS BIOS, in a compatible ASUS card -- I would indeed of had no power or temp limits.

Okay, but we're talking about the 1080 Ti FE and flashing a non FE bios on it.

We're not talking about a 1080 classified, or a 1070 Wubba lubba dub dub.
post #4812 of 10509
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

The FE will occasionally run past it's maximum power draw, we have seen it plenty of times. Sometimes you can go up to 125%. That's similar to when the ASUS bios goes up to 112%.

Here you go, I just played a bit of witcher to prove my point. Hitting 124%



This is the stock bios hitting 310 Watts

Yeah that happens. But the point still stands, the clocks with the FE BIOS hitting TDP fluctuate down way more often than the ASUS BIOS.


http://imgur.com/a/B1Scx
post #4813 of 10509
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Originally Posted by bloodhawk View Post

Yeah that happens. But the point still stands, the clocks with the FE BIOS hitting TDP fluctuate down way more often than the ASUS BIOS.


http://imgur.com/a/B1Scx

One thing that both our test are showing, we're not magically pulling an extra 30 watts.

ASUS bios =/= Shunt mod substitute
post #4814 of 10509
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

One thing that both our test are showing, we're not magically pulling an extra 30 watts.

ASUS bios =/= Shunt mod substitute

Cant Argue with that. Ill post results with the power mod in a day or 2.

JESUS CHRIST, i noticed i forgot to set my vcore back to 1.328V from 1.48V (for 4.8Ghz), and accidentally:o set it to 1.38V.frown.gif
post #4815 of 10509
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Okay, but we're talking about the 1080 Ti FE and flashing a non FE bios on it.

We're not talking about a 1080 classified, or a 1070 Wubba lubba dub dub.

I hear what you're saying, but I've been here before.

The only way to bypass the power limit on an FE 1080 TI is the shut mod.

Unless you can find a more compatible BIOS (which could still come in future). But I doubt that.
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Cant Argue with that. Ill post results with the power mod in a day or 2.

I say we pull kedrawolf to a soccer field and quarter his limbs off using 4 horse carriages!

Anyways, this is a shunt mod video with Witcher 3. Power draw doesn't go above 80% in most cases. The guy runs at 1.094V too with 2114 Mhz.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrSExW78OwA

The shunt mod is just where it is. Risky, but rewards are risky.
post #4817 of 10509
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I say we pull kedrawolf to a soccer field and quarter his limbs off using 4 horse carriages!

Anyways, this is a shunt mod video with Witcher 3. Power draw doesn't go above 80% in most cases. The guy runs at 1.094V too with 2114 Mhz.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrSExW78OwA

The shunt mod is just where it is. Risky, but rewards are risky.

Its only risky if you're not careful where the liquid metal lands ;-)

Edit:
Also don't leave it indefinitely; some liquid metals will eventually dissolve solder.
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post #4818 of 10509
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I hear what you're saying, but I've been here before.

The only way to bypass the power limit on an FE 1080 TI is the shut mod.

Unless you can find a more compatible BIOS (which could still come in future). But I doubt that.

I'm surprised no one has started a bounty, gathered money from various forums and paid someone to figure out how to unlock and modify the pascal bios.

I'd pay $10 to $20 for this bounty. If various communities did the same we'd probably get a talented hacker to do it for us.
post #4819 of 10509
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

I'm surprised no one has started a bounty, gathered money from various forums and paid someone to figure out how to unlock and modify the pascal bios.

I'd pay $10 to $20 for this bounty. If various communities did the same we'd probably get a talented hacker to do it for us.

haha I agree lol....

I'd pay too lol

Nvidia have really locked it down hard.

All us 1080 guys were really hoping it would happen when the TI released. As all the vets who were hanging onto their top spots at hwbot with maxwell 980TI would have to make the switch eventually ;-)

Anyway its still *very early days*.

Most people still can't even buy a TI yet. They're still out of stock at nvidia site daily, and not a single partner has released info on their full lineup yet.

Lets all keep fingers crossed.
Edited by nrpeyton - 4/11/17 at 10:45am
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post #4820 of 10509
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

I'm surprised no one has started a bounty, gathered money from various forums and paid someone to figure out how to unlock and modify the pascal bios.

I'd pay $10 to $20 for this bounty. If various communities did the same we'd probably get a talented hacker to do it for us.

I'd imagine that something might be able to be done, however, it would have to be a security exploit that would allow unsigned firmware to be flashed.

I don't think we are going to be able to sign it ourselves anytime soon.
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