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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

I believe the design is similar if not the same as reference, I'm testing right now and it's going well.

Power draw is the same I think. I'll report in a little bit.

Asus bios + shunt mod does not work Btw, just tested it... I don't even know what it's good for at this point.

But I can't give you a real reading since I am shunt modded and it will report like 200 watts used. I'll let you know the nvidia command details
Edit : same information as reference

So 300W max?
post #5952 of 12818
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Originally Posted by Addsome View Post

So 300W max?

300 watts Max, so far for me it's more stable at oc. Time to test on Witcher 3
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So reporting in, the ASUS bios, doesn't support the shunt mod. It just goes berserk and doesn't even draw extra power. I believe it's just not meant for the FE card. The ASUS card has different kind of components so something must confuse it. I can't speak for Kedarwolf, but I always get worse results with it. It's always bad news and now shunt modded with 400 Watts for it to draw form, it just acts stupid.

If the ASUS bios can't recognize a shunt mod on a reference card, something is up with it. It's just not meant to be run on the FE.




Here's old power readings




Anyways, the SC2 bios seems to give me more stable OCs. I like it so far. It's worth trying, even though it seems to be equal in performance to the FE design. Also, if you're on a hybrid mod or AIO, you can now set the fan to turn off at lower temperatures, which is great for noise and extends the fans life.

TL;DR: So far, the SC2 bios doesn't seem to have any drawbacks, but you gain 0% fan speed at idle if you want. ASUS bios + Shunt mod = No.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/18/17 at 5:35pm
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

Aorus are running at 600 khz redface.gif. hell, i run my mobo's phases at 670 khz. is that bad?

Thing is i dont think it runs at 600khz. Its the pwm signal split to 3 drivers each has a quadrupler. Our signal is a sluggish 150khz iirc.
Edited by Dasboogieman - 4/18/17 at 5:48pm
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

I bring you... SC2 bios O_O EVGA1080TiSC2.zip 155k .zip file

 

Rep+ Will try this one :specool:

 

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Originally Posted by Addsome View Post


Whats the power limit on this one? And different power design than reference board?

 

Same 7+1 vrm, 250w & 6+8 pin power, its based on reference with the extra icx temperature sensors.

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So reporting in, the ASUS bios, doesn't support the shunt mod. It just goes berserk and doesn't even draw extra power. I believe it's just not meant for the FE card. The ASUS card has different kind of components so something must confuse it. I can't speak for Kedarwolf, but I always get worse results with it. It's always bad news and now shunt modded with 400 Watts for it to draw form, it just acts stupid.

If the ASUS bios can't recognize a shunt mod on a reference card, something is up with it. It's just not meant to be run on the FE.



Anyways, the SC2 bios seems to give me more stable OCs. I like it so far. It's worth trying, even though it seems to be equal in performance to the FE design. Also, if you're on a hybrid mod or AIO, you can now set the fan to turn off at lower temperatures, which is great for noise and extends the fans life.

TL;DR: So far, the SC2 bios doesn't seem to have any drawbacks, but you gain 0% fan speed at idle if you want. ASUS bios + Shunt mod = No.
Take one for the team and solder on those 2 missing pin connectors see if that helps the bios whistle.gif .. I believe my paste comes Friday so I will be doing my first shunt mod, I have a core x9 case so think I will in close the liquid metal with hot glue
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Hi. Good result or not? Asus strix 1080ti


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The Strix has two 8-pin power connectors but only comes with one adapter that converts two 6-pins to one 8-pin.

My power supply has four 6-pin on the back with two 6-pin to 8-pin cables. Should I be using the 6-pin to 8-pin cables or should I look for another dual 6-pin to 8-pin adapter? (One 12v rail)

I ask because my card is crashing (kernel power) at stock settings when on the "gaming" preset. (Strix) model.
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Take one for the team and solder on those 2 missing pin connectors see if that helps the bios whistle.gif .. I believe my paste comes Friday so I will be doing my first shunt mod, I have a core x9 case so think I will in close the liquid metal with hot glue

No thanks, I've done enough for our team. other people need to start experimenting, measuring, quantifying and verifying lol.
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

So reporting in, the ASUS bios, doesn't support the shunt mod. It just goes berserk and doesn't even draw extra power. I believe it's just not meant for the FE card. The ASUS card has different kind of components so something must confuse it. I can't speak for Kedarwolf, but I always get worse results with it. It's always bad news and now shunt modded with 400 Watts for it to draw form, it just acts stupid.

If the ASUS bios can't recognize a shunt mod on a reference card, something is up with it. It's just not meant to be run on the FE.




Here's old power readings




Anyways, the SC2 bios seems to give me more stable OCs. I like it so far. It's worth trying, even though it seems to be equal in performance to the FE design. Also, if you're on a hybrid mod or AIO, you can now set the fan to turn off at lower temperatures, which is great for noise and extends the fans life.

TL;DR: So far, the SC2 bios doesn't seem to have any drawbacks, but you gain 0% fan speed at idle if you want. ASUS bios + Shunt mod = No.

How is it possible it is giving more stable results even though power limit and everything is the same? Are scores similar on SC2 bios vs FE bios at same clocks?
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