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Alright so the Inno3D bios is best for me on a Gigabyte FE with a 1080 hybrid kit. The bios lets me clock way higher on memory and actually provides FE users with 15W more. I've also tested benchmarks and it does improve over stock bios.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191230/191230

if it's the same X4 Inno3D BIOS I tried it never worked right on my Gigabyte FE at all. frown.gif
    
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Alright so the Inno3D bios is best for me on a Gigabyte FE with a 1080 hybrid kit. The bios lets me clock way higher on memory and actually provides FE users with 15W more. I've also tested benchmarks and it does improve over stock bios.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191230/191230

That's good news yo!
post #6633 of 10597
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if it's the same X4 Inno3D BIOS I tried it never worked right on my Gigabyte FE at all. frown.gif

Same here, I couldn't launch a game at all.
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Also thinking to try the Ichill bios. Not 100% sure the SC2 bios adds 15w.
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More info please. How did you verify power usage?

We verified the power usage and test pages ago.

I did a PSU reading and also nvidia commands.

But I could only benchmark with those, couldn't launch a game.
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Also thinking to try the Ichill bios. Not 100% sure the SC2 bios adds 15w.

It doesn't, has a max power target of 300 watts.
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It worked for my FE and resulted in better power limiting but the blower fan didn't really work and I think it may have slowed the pump down, temps were through the roof, easily 10c higher in Supo. The only bios that really worked for me so far was the SC2 but it seems to bench a bit lower than the stock FE.
I think I'm done chasing clock speed on this, I've moved on to trying to maintain a low voltage/clocks. Out of the box my boost was 1911mhz, so I'm aiming for 2012mhz for a nice round 100mhz OC. So far I'm pretty stable at 0.981v at 44c max.
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Liquid electrical tape is good and it just peels off. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Peels off like a sticker. Cost like $4

If you're not using it, get a fuji thermal pad with 17 conductivity rating. That will help even more.[/

Do you think liquid electric tape would avoid what happened to the guy on the other thread where his shunt fell off? lol. That is what is stopping me from doing the shunt mod. biggrin.gif

Anyway, do you know where else I could get some fujipoly? Currently looking at moddiy. I need 0.5mm thickness since I will be using an Aqua computer block/backplate.
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if it's the same X4 Inno3D BIOS I tried it never worked right on my Gigabyte FE at all. frown.gif

I just tried it with my Gigabyte FE and it worked, 315W confirmed with the nvidia utility. However the base clocks were far far higher on stock - I had to lower my Afterburner Core offset by some 100MHz and Mem by around 200Mhz to end up at the same clocks as the stock FE BIOS (for example to get Core to 2012 on this BIOS I had to go +40, instead of +140). Loading any previous OC profiles would send the clock throught the roof, instant crash.
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Do you think liquid electric tape would avoid what happened to the guy on the other thread where his shunt fell off? lol. That is what is stopping me from doing the shunt mod. biggrin.gif

Anyway, do you know where else I could get some fujipoly? Currently looking at moddiy. I need 0.5mm thickness since I will be using an Aqua computer block/backplate.

Performance-PCS.com has them. Was just looking at them last night getting prepared for the release of the Aorus water block. Can't wait to get this thing under water!
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Performance-PCS.com has them. Was just looking at them last night getting prepared for the release of the Aorus water block. Can't wait to get this thing under water!
Sadly ppcs doesnt have the 17w/mK version for 0.5mm. I guess I'll be getting it from moddiy.
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