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Testing Palit GTX 1080Ti GameRock Premium BIOS along with KedarVolf's TDP bat file (fixes my reporting in GPUz, so rep and props that way) along with shunt mod. I'm no longer hitting pwr in any instance at 1.093v up to about 2164 and potentially higher. Clocks I will not get to without additional voltage. As you can see, I have regained scaling with the pwr green staying out of my GPUz reporting. I'm not suggesting that this BIOS is for all, but If your card is shunt modded, fetching the higher hz bins and you are still like me hitting pwr, the above has at least in my case moved a bit that pwr wall. The scores are not much higher but I feel the performance is more fluid visually without pwr showing up in the GPUz graph.

2100 @ 1.063v +550 mem
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12446981

Please note this particular score was done on the previous nvidia driver and should not be compared to all the below done on 381.89

2151 @ 1.093v +550 mem
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12477286



2163 @ 1.093v +400 mem

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12490144


2163 @ 1.093v +0 mem

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12489719

2151 @ 1.093v +600mem - Palit BIOS (scaling returns)

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12499663
Edited by KraxKill - 4/30/17 at 2:16pm
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Testing Palit GTX 1080Ti GameRock Premium BIOS along with KedarVolf's TDP bat file (fixes my reporting in GPUz, so rep and props that way) along with shunt mod. I'm no longer hitting pwr in any instance at 1.093v up to about 2164 and potentially higher. Clocks I will not get to without additional voltage. As you can see, I have regained scaling with the pwr green staying out of my GPUz reporting. I'm not suggesting that this BIOS is for all, but If your card is shunt modded, fetching the higher hz bins and you are still like me hitting pwr, the above has at least in my case moved a bit that pwr wall. The scores are not much higher but I feel the performance is more fluid visually without pwr showing up in the GPUz graph.

To have the .bat file run at every boot. Note, you NEED the 30 second delay.


Right click the .bat file, choose Edit and open it in Notepad, change the number after -pl to your max power limit, you can look your max power limit up at:

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/?architecture=&manufacturer=&model=GTX+1080+Ti&interface=&memType=&memSize=&since=

Open your Task Scheduler search for it in Run or Cortana, add the bat file to run at login, just add it as a Basic Task, then double click the entry in your task list and edit it like the screenshots. Have the bat file start 30 seconds after login.

You need to click on Properties in the right window to edit it like the pictures when you double-click it from your task list.

Unzip this file for powerlimit.bat file. smile.gif

powerlimit.zip 0k .zip file smile.gif





Or you can just edit and run the bat file itself but you'll have to do it on every login. redface.gif

Seems manually setting the power limit even if it doesn't actually change it fixes that issue. biggrin.gif
    
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So I just got home from the weekend vacation and as usual I'm having issues running my 1v\/2050 curve. Sometimes it works fine, but other times the card will decide to use boost the voltage up to 1.05v/1.063v. I don't get it. So I once again just locked 1v @ 2050 and everything ran great. This is all during Wildlands which is pretty demanding. In The Witcher 3 with the same settings the clock dropped to 2038 and stayed there. That's the only game that drops the clock on my though. I didn't even get a GPU Utilization Error in the Perfcap Reasons which I always get. I've been using a big fan aimed directly at the card and it has really helped with temps. Just waiting for EK to release the block for this card. I can't wait to have silence and extremely cool temps. I'm not used to running on air at all lachen.gif


Here's MSI Afterburner and GPU-Z while playing Ghost Recon Wildlands at 1440p 144hz. Pretty happy the card isn't asking for more voltage since I'm running a 2050 core with only 1v. Doing +300 on the memory because it seems to be the sweet spot for my card. Scored higher benching at +300 than I did at +400 and +500.


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Thanks whoever it was that suggested Reddit for selling. Not sure it's the best place to sell, though. People are uncool with $760 for a Zotac 1080 Ti Amp Extreme that clocks at 2037.5 stock and easily goes over 2100. They think it's overpriced.

I'll just keep answering Unanswered threads here until people start giving rep then will sell it here.
Edited by Luckbad - 4/30/17 at 3:38pm
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Thanks whoever it was that suggested Reddit for selling. Not sure it's the best place to sell, though. People are uncool with $760 for a Zotac 1080 Ti Amp Extreme that clocks at 2037.5 stock and easily goes over 2100. They think it's overpriced.

I'll just keep answering Unanswered threads here until people start giving rep then will sell it here.
I wish I had enough rep to sell on here I have some gpus and water cooling parts I don't need anymore
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Originally Posted by Luckbad View Post

Thanks whoever it was that suggested Reddit for selling. Not sure it's the best place to sell, though. People are uncool with $760 for a Zotac 1080 Ti Amp Extreme that clocks at 2037.5 stock and easily goes over 2100. They think it's overpriced.

I'll just keep answering Unanswered threads here until people start giving rep then will sell it here.

I think its more of the fact that its used or second-hand and also probably cause they know you overclocked/benched it.
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Thing is testing 8K Supo at a lower locked voltage via the curve shows lower results. Yes my card only goes up to a max of 345w and stays stable at the clocks I've set it to, but with a manual oc even though clocks are jumping around it hits a max of 400w. Power limit kicks in but in the end i still get a higher score

If you're not shunt modded, then you should do some thorough test and comparisons, that's all I'm recommending. All I'm saying is it can be a mistake assuming more on the core is going to get you better results, that's evident with my test and kraxkills.

And if you are not shunt modded, you're not getting 400 watts. I can't confirm this, another user did but not even 350 watts according to his measurements. If you have other test, it would be beneficial to share them for knowledge purposes. 350 watts would be pretty sweet, but the only measurements was from a video another user made and he settled at around 325 watts.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/30/17 at 4:14pm
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To have the .bat file run at every boot. Note, you NEED the 30 second delay.


Right click the .bat file, choose Edit and open it in Notepad, change the number after -pl to your max power limit, you can look your max power limit up at:

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/?architecture=&manufacturer=&model=GTX+1080+Ti&interface=&memType=&memSize=&since=

Open your Task Scheduler search for it in Run or Cortana, add the bat file to run at login, just add it as a Basic Task, then double click the entry in your task list and edit it like the screenshots. Have the bat file start 30 seconds after login.

You need to click on Properties in the right window to edit it like the pictures when you double-click it from your task list.

Unzip this file for powerlimit.bat file. smile.gif

powerlimit.zip 0k .zip file smile.gif





Or you can just edit and run the bat file itself but you'll have to do it on every login. redface.gif

Seems manually setting the power limit even if it doesn't actually change it fixes that issue. biggrin.gif

Tried this with Palit bios and it didn't make a difference for me. I am wondering if Palit max is 350, but this normalized business is trying to keep the average below 300?



GPU-Z which seems to show normalized reading caps and AB shows about the same level at the same time, so its like limiting kicks in and is trying to keep the average at 100% or 300w in this case, like the average reading in smi.
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Just tried the PALIT BIOS myself, but due to losing 2000 FAN RPM; I'm afraid any experiments & their results are going to have to wait until after I've picked & installed a full-cover waterblock on this card.

It idles at 65C if I leave the fan profile to default, lol. And maxed out It doesn't go higher than 2700 RPM. No good on a FE!! normal max is 4700RPM!!

Any recommendations? There are no reviews yet comparing temps for different 1080 TI blocks.
Meaning I may just grab the EK block; the rest of my equipment , is all EKWB, (barring the Chiller of course).

On my Classy 1080 I never gave it a 2nd thought, massive PCB guaranteed great temps. But the baby-sized PCB of the reference design will impact cooling; so I want a block that scrapes every last possible degree C.
Edited by nrpeyton - 4/30/17 at 5:20pm
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Tried this with Palit bios and it didn't make a difference for me. I am wondering if Palit max is 350, but this normalized business is trying to keep the average below 300?



GPU-Z which seems to show normalized reading caps and AB shows about the same level at the same time, so its like limiting kicks in and is trying to keep the average at 100% or 300w in this case, like the average reading in smi.

No, Palit bios gives you 325-330 watts according to this user's testing. But a PSU reading would be better.

https://youtu.be/WGt8EB_z19M
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