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Palit BIOS confirmed working on a Gigabyte 1080 Ti FE.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191499/palit-gtx1080ti-11264-170331

350W power limit, 100 points more in Time Spy than any other BIOS I've tried. Getting 2052 core at 1.025v and not crashing, had to do 1.050v before. cheers.gif

And getting 2100 core sustained in Heaven at 1.093v, no power limiting. Best I could do since Windows 10 Creator Updater was 2088 1.093v. biggrin.gif

And not power limiting at 1.025v. band.gif

My new go to BIOS!! biggrin.gif
    
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Some clocks will power limit no matter what like 2025 will to 2012 but 2012 or 2032 won't. Not sure why. redface.gif

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Originally Posted by dunbheagan View Post

That is not right. Voltage limit and power limit are not dependend. In best case you are neither power limited nor voltage limited.

Voltage limit has to do with temps:
When your card is becoming hotter your card increases voltage to compensate the higher electric resistance of the die at higher temps(i think that is the reason). If your card reaches the highest possible voltage, like 1,063 or 1,093 it wont let you have your highest possible clockspeed but throttles a little. Then you are voltage limited. It begins quite early, at about 50°C. But on water you are normally not voltage limited. Here is log of a Superposition 4K run on my card:



This card is a replacement on an Advanced RMA from EVGA as my current card has coil whine and the Voltage limit is coming up on stock clocks.

My current card is under water and I haven't seen the Voltage Limit arise at all even when pushed upto 2088Mhz. Are you saying that seeing the Voltage limit is normal due to the higher temps on the air cooled FE card?

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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

you are hitting the voltage limit because you set your card to use no more than 1v so it's limited, nothing to worry about.

I only dropped the voltage as one member suggested it might solve the issue, however I tried adding voltage all the way upto the max 1.092v and the Voltage Limit is still coming up. No matter how I run this card it is flagging up the Voltage Limit. Is this a duff card?
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Palit BIOS confirmed working on a Gigabyte 1080 Ti FE.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191499/palit-gtx1080ti-11264-170331

350W power limit, 100 points more in Time Spy than any other BIOS I've tried. Getting 2052 core at 1.025v and not crashing, had to do 1.050v before. cheers.gif

And getting 2100 core sustained in Heaven at 1.093v, no power limiting. Best I could do since Windows 10 Creator Updater was 2088 1.093v. biggrin.gif

And not power limiting at 1.025v. band.gif

My new go to BIOS!! biggrin.gif
well, there it is (finally) then, FE owners. If I was still on FE I'd be on this right now.

Hey Slim...
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People aren't going to listen, we're on a overclocking forum for god sakes tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Palit BIOS confirmed working on a Gigabyte 1080 Ti FE.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191499/palit-gtx1080ti-11264-170331

350W power limit, 100 points more in Time Spy than any other BIOS I've tried. Getting 2052 core at 1.025v and not crashing, had to do 1.050v before. cheers.gif

And getting 2100 core sustained in Heaven at 1.093v, no power limiting. Best I could do since Windows 10 Creator Updater was 2088 1.093v. biggrin.gif

And not power limiting at 1.025v. band.gif

My new go to BIOS!! biggrin.gif

SWEET! Others should test it ASAP! Looking forward to hearing from them biggrin.gif

I hope this is true, because it literally made my stomach drop. Did you use your PSU to take some measurements?
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yep, i got you, sir!!


Here is how to get SLI working...

#1 Download Superposition SLI Profile+Tools pack here: http://www.mediafire.com/file/n1y1kigoxhcdlre/Superposition_SLI_Profile_Tools.zip
#2 Extract all to desktop.
#3 Open Geforce 3D Profile Manager, Extract SLI Profiles to your desktop using the Extract SLI Profiles button. A text document called NVIDIA Profiles should show up on your desktop if you extracted the profiles to the correct location.
#4 Open NVIDIA Profiles text document.
#5 Open Superposition SLI Profile text document.
#6 Copy and paste the Superposition SLI Profile into the NVIDIA Profiles text document then save the NVIDIA Profiles text document. Refer to example pic to see how it should look after you have added the Superposition SLI Profile to the NVIDIA Profiles text document.
#7 Open Geforce 3D Profile Manager, Import modified NVIDIA Profiles text document into the nvidia driver using the Import SLI Profiles button.
#8 Enable SLI inside the nvidia control panel if you don't already have it enabled.
#9 Fire up the Superposition Benchmark and enjoy SLI.

this copy and paste did not work for me, but when I just tried to input the superposition profile by itself it worked.

Awesome, thanks, I couldn't find anything specific to this via googling.
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Originally Posted by dunbheagan View Post

That is not right. Voltage limit and power limit are not dependend. In best case you are neither power limited nor voltage limited.

Voltage limit has to do with temps:
When your card is becoming hotter your card increases voltage to compensate the higher electric resistance of the die at higher temps(i think that is the reason). If your card reaches the highest possible voltage, like 1,063 or 1,093 it wont let you have your highest possible clockspeed but throttles a little. Then you are voltage limited. It begins quite early, at about 50°C. But on water you are normally not voltage limited. Here is log of a Superposition 4K run on my card:


If this is true that is such a better explanation of the relationship of Voltage Reliability and temperature. Also, it makes sense as to why the card seems perfectly stable even when you are seeing Vrel in GPU-Z with clocks at a low bin.
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If this is true that is such a better explanation of the relationship of Voltage Reliability and temperature. Also, it makes sense as to why the card seems perfectly stable even when you are seeing Vrel in GPU-Z with clocks at a low bin.
yep, on air it's common.
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Awesome, thanks, I couldn't find anything specific to this via googling.
no problemo. I found it in the Titan Xp owner's thread.
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Palit BIOS confirmed working on a Gigabyte 1080 Ti FE.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191499/palit-gtx1080ti-11264-170331

350W power limit, 100 points more in Time Spy than any other BIOS I've tried. Getting 2052 core at 1.025v and not crashing, had to do 1.050v before. cheers.gif

And getting 2100 core sustained in Heaven at 1.093v, no power limiting. Best I could do since Windows 10 Creator Updater was 2088 1.093v. biggrin.gif

And not power limiting at 1.025v. band.gif

My new go to BIOS!! biggrin.gif

Good find, consider updating your thread with these findings.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Palit BIOS confirmed working on a Gigabyte 1080 Ti FE.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191499/palit-gtx1080ti-11264-170331

350W power limit, 100 points more in Time Spy than any other BIOS I've tried. Getting 2052 core at 1.025v and not crashing, had to do 1.050v before. cheers.gif

And getting 2100 core sustained in Heaven at 1.093v, no power limiting. Best I could do since Windows 10 Creator Updater was 2088 1.093v. biggrin.gif

And not power limiting at 1.025v. band.gif

My new go to BIOS!! biggrin.gif

Time Spy at 1.025v 2050 core 6163 memory, power limits one bin lower at times on test 2. and note my CPU clocks are quite a bit lower at 4.6GHZ CPU, 4.3GHZ cache, than my sig which I normally run at, flashed an older BIOS for stability reasons. I think it's one of my best ever graphics score if not my best. smile.gif

    
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well that's your problem, man. You have the setting that Baasha would use... ie the settings of a 4 Titan Xp
yeah, not even. average is about 2000. even in overclockers.net, so, we have a better average than regulare fools do. average overall is like 1900. If you can keep 2000, that's a good card. My first one topped out at 1974 :/

My Aorus holds 2088/2076 @ 1.05v. Thing is a beast.

That said, if you are only clock concerned , I'd buy the Zotac. Best chance of a 2100. Best chance of a 2076. And basically guaranteed a 2025.
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Palit BIOS confirmed working on a Gigabyte 1080 Ti FE.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191499/palit-gtx1080ti-11264-170331

350W power limit, 100 points more in Time Spy than any other BIOS I've tried. Getting 2052 core at 1.025v and not crashing, had to do 1.050v before. cheers.gif

And getting 2100 core sustained in Heaven at 1.093v, no power limiting. Best I could do since Windows 10 Creator Updater was 2088 1.093v. biggrin.gif

And not power limiting at 1.025v. band.gif

My new go to BIOS!! biggrin.gif


Could you list improvments voltages versus frequencies ? (A kind of excel sheet smile.gif )
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