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Anyone have Stock BIOS for Gigabyte 1080ti Founder Edition?.Please Upload for me. I'm using Asus Strix bios now and I wanna back stock bios (I forgot backup stock before flash asus bios).

Your lucky day.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8626fz7LhLhSUI5Tjg2OHJzMEE/view?usp=sharing
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Inno3D X4 bios ran with 15 extra watts but wasn't as stable sadly.

I think we need the X3 one.

What do you mean by not as stable? Crashes at same clocks FE bios can run at?
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Your lucky day.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8626fz7LhLhSUI5Tjg2OHJzMEE/view?usp=sharing
What do you mean by not as stable? Crashes at same clocks FE bios can run at?

Yeah, I went through a whole superposition and got 2 more FPS and my previous average but it crashed right at the end. My previous average was 76.5 and this one got me 78.

It could also be that with more power, my clocks aren't actually stable at the voltage I had it.

I was still hitting perf cap power limiting but I did measure an extra 15 watts in the run compared to the ASUS Bios.

Maybe I need to spend time and optimize the voltage curve more but I'm going to shunt mod tomorrow so might not bother.

This is definitely a bios for a reference card. You do not lose the DP1 and also MSI Afterburner keeps your settings after you flash, but please fix the voltage curve right away because the Inno3D has a higher base clock. All of your bin points will be moved up 100 Mhz.

It is worth playing with and trying to tame and optimize. Let me know if you try it.
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Yeah, I went through a whole superposition and got 2 more FPS and my previous average but it crashed right at the end. My previous average was 76.5 and this one got me 78.

It could also be that with more power, my clocks aren't actually stable at the voltage I had it.

I was still hitting perf cap power limiting but I did measure an extra 15 watts in the run compared to the ASUS Bios.

Maybe I need to spend time and optimize the voltage curve more but I'm going to shunt mod tomorrow so might not bother.

This is definitely a bios for a reference card. You do not lose the DP1 and also MSI Afterburner keeps your settings after you flash, but please fix the voltage curve right away because the Inno3D has a higher base clock. All of your bin points will be moved up 100 Mhz.

It is worth playing with and trying to tame and optimize. Let me know if you try it.

Is running the extra 15w safe for long term?
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Unlike Maxwell, that stuff is locked down.
This.
-First and foremost, Nvidia is running the show and AIB are complying. I'm skeptical that we will see any unlocked card from any manufacturer. Glalax is advertising, but I've seen no proof retail cards will come this way. And 1080 Kingpin is a great example of this.
    
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What's the maximum fan RPM on the Inno BIOS?
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Yeah, I went through a whole superposition and got 2 more FPS and my previous average but it crashed right at the end. My previous average was 76.5 and this one got me 78.

It could also be that with more power, my clocks aren't actually stable at the voltage I had it.

I was still hitting perf cap power limiting but I did measure an extra 15 watts in the run compared to the ASUS Bios.

Maybe I need to spend time and optimize the voltage curve more but I'm going to shunt mod tomorrow so might not bother.

This is definitely a bios for a reference card. You do not lose the DP1 and also MSI Afterburner keeps your settings after you flash, but please fix the voltage curve right away because the Inno3D has a higher base clock. All of your bin points will be moved up 100 Mhz.

It is worth playing with and trying to tame and optimize. Let me know if you try it.

It was fairly common for people running the T4 BIOS on the 1080 that this would happen. Higher power limits mean that it's going to end up in different bins at different times. It could just be something like that. Since it's a reference BIOS it should be compatible.
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Is running the extra 15w safe for long term?

The buildzoid teardown suggests that the FE design has a lot of power margin. If you're running better cooling than the stock blower then it shouldn't be a concern at all.
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Is running the extra 15w safe for long term?

If you shunt mod you run your card at 350 to 400 Watts.

Watch a breakdown of the 1080 Ti from Nexus mod, they talk about all the components there. The chokes, VRM and VRAMs can take quite a bit of watts from my understanding.
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The buildzoid teardown suggests that the FE design has a lot of power margin. If you're running better cooling than the stock blower then it shouldn't be a concern at all.

I'm running a 1080 hybrid kit on mine but the vrm and vram is still being cooled by the reference fan. Half my shroud is off. Would this keep the vrm cool enough?
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I'm running a 1080 hybrid kit on mine but the vrm and vram is still being cooled by the reference fan. Half my shroud is off. Would this keep the vrm cool enough?

That's fine. I have my card like this too.

For 1080 Ti, Looks like with a hybrid cooler, the VRMs hover around and below 70C. So I think 350 Watts - 375 Watts would be fine. Any opinions from others?




http://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/2841-gtx-1080-ti-hybrid-benchmarks-remove-thermal-limit/page-2

VRM can go up to 150C

http://www.mouser.com/ds/2/149/FDPC8016S-372149.pdf
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