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Thanks, I'll give that one a try this evening. I'm on the EVGA right now for the 0% fan at idle but my clocks aren't quite as good as with the stock FE bios.
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Thanks, I'll give that one a try this evening. I'm on the EVGA right now for the 0% fan at idle but my clocks aren't quite as good as with the stock FE bios.
IMO stock bios is the best right now. With FE's bios (2088 core/12000 mem) I reached 9275 in timespy, with a maximum power draw (according to Hwinfo) of 324W, with Inno3d's one, I get 9134 with a power draw of 345W. Probably I'll go for shunt mod.
post #153 of 327
Will this work on the Titan XP?
post #154 of 327
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Will this work on the Titan XP?

I wouldn't flash a bios from a entirely different GPU.
post #155 of 327
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I wouldn't flash a bios from a entirely different GPU.

Figured out why my modded BIOS wasnt working. Will post some interesting updates tomorrow.
Also figured out some interesting things about the ASUS Vs FE BIOS and why the ASUS is more stable.
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I wouldn't flash a bios from a entirely different GPU.

Tried It didn't work.
Edited by HollowKnight - 4/20/17 at 7:58am
post #157 of 327
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Figured out why my modded BIOS wasnt working. Will post some interesting updates tomorrow.
Also figured out some interesting things about the ASUS Vs FE BIOS and why the ASUS is more stable.

Please do. Maybe you can help me figure out why the ASUS isn't working with the shunt mod for me. It doesn't understand or recognize the extra power. It just runs like it did before and voltage drops like crazy thinking it is power limited.

post #158 of 327
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Please do. Maybe you can help me figure out why the ASUS isn't working with the shunt mod for me. It doesn't understand or recognize the extra power. It just runs like it did before and voltage drops like crazy thinking it is power limited.

GN noted that the shunt mod may cause problems if it is a "good conductor" (effectively 0ohm) as the circuitry would treat this as a fault/short.

They suggested it would impose "fail-safe" responses though, not just power limiting.

So, I'd have to assume the more likely answer is your "shunt" has poor contact or an undesirable resistance value.
post #159 of 327
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GN noted that the shunt mod may cause problems if it is a "good conductor" (effectively 0ohm) as the circuitry would treat this as a fault/short.

They suggested it would impose "fail-safe" responses though, not just power limiting.

So, I'd have to assume the more likely answer is your "shunt" has poor contact or an undesirable resistance value.

I don't think you read my other posts. It works completely fine with reference bios like the SC2 and stock BIOS.

Please read full post next-generation time. 3 other users reported same issue as I did.
post #160 of 327
I tried the ASUS BIOS before I went Hybrid, wasn't great for me, I do want to try it again with the Hybrid. Slim I know you said I should do the shunt mod, its still on the table, but I am saving it for last resort. I will try the ASUS BIOS again tonight and see if it helps after the hybrid.
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