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Just a few thoughts. I have not worked with GPU bios tweaking in a couple of years. My knowledge is mainly about GTX590 / 690 / Titan v1 that I worked a lot with ... I did shunt my Ti, and TDP is sinking and it takes more power, but power limits around 320-330W. It's too much unknown right now. I have no idea how much resistance I got. Need to do something more controlled. I do not know exactly what GPU Boost takes into account. I remember that Titan began to down clock at fan speed 70% even when the temp was low. In your curves i see that those who have water cooling with low fan speed are more stable. Anandtech describes Pascal as more temperature sensitive http://www.anandtech.com/show/10325/the-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-and-1070-founders-edition-review/15 . I had random freez and system reboot on My 4 titans until Agent-A01 posted http://www.overclock.net/t/1363440/official-nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-owners-club/22240 and I changed Current Limit Setpoint. As it is now, it feels quite meaningless when you get one FPS increase in the higher resolutions at best. You never notice any difference in a blind test. I reseted my card with new padding and paste. I have to read about GPU Bost 3.0 and optimize. I run the EVGA OC scanner earlier which was interesting, optimized curve after my card to some point.
post #172 of 332
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Just a few thoughts. I have not worked with GPU bios tweaking in a couple of years. My knowledge is mainly about GTX590 / 690 / Titan v1 that I worked a lot with ... I did shunt my Ti, and TDP is sinking and it takes more power, but power limits around 320-330W. It's too much unknown right now. I have no idea how much resistance I got. Need to do something more controlled. I do not know exactly what GPU Boost takes into account. I remember that Titan began to down clock at fan speed 70% even when the temp was low. In your curves i see that those who have water cooling with low fan speed are more stable. Anandtech describes Pascal as more temperature sensitive http://www.anandtech.com/show/10325/the-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-and-1070-founders-edition-review/15 . I had random freez and system reboot on My 4 titans until Agent-A01 posted http://www.overclock.net/t/1363440/official-nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-owners-club/22240 and I changed Current Limit Setpoint. As it is now, it feels quite meaningless when you get one FPS increase in the higher resolutions at best. You never notice any difference in a blind test. I reseted my card with new padding and paste. I have to read about GPU Bost 3.0 and optimize. I run the EVGA OC scanner earlier which was interesting, optimized curve after my card to some point.

The Anandtech article was a very good read. Thanks for sharing.

Kedarwolf, I think that article should be linked in the voltage curve thread as how the voltage curve works.
post #173 of 332
hi,

I own an EVGA GeForce GTX 1080Ti Founders Edition with EK Waterblock.

I would like to flash a bios with a higher power limit.

This bios: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191335/zotac-gtx1080ti-11264-170330 Can be flashed on a founders edition? Or just the strix bios?

Thanks!!!
post #174 of 332
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hi,

I own an EVGA GeForce GTX 1080Ti Founders Edition with EK Waterblock.

I would like to flash a bios with a higher power limit.

This bios: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191335/zotac-gtx1080ti-11264-170330 Can be flashed on a founders edition? Or just the strix bios?

Thanks!!!

Read the thread
post #175 of 332
Yes, but I'm not english, so for me it's a very long operation. I just wanted to know if it was possible.
post #176 of 332
On the previous page someone seems to have installed it on its modded FE. Can I then install it on my unmodified FE?
post #177 of 332
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hi,

I own an EVGA GeForce GTX 1080Ti Founders Edition with EK Waterblock.

I would like to flash a bios with a higher power limit.

This bios: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191335/zotac-gtx1080ti-11264-170330 Can be flashed on a founders edition? Or just the strix bios?

Thanks!!!

No, Zotac BIOS won't work, I tested it. frown.gif
    
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No, Zotac BIOS won't work, I tested it. frown.gif

But outofmyheadyo test it and work.... Maybe because it has a modified card?

For the FE the best bios remains Strix?

On Techpowerup the palit gamerock appeared with power limit of 350w.... https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191499/palit-gtx1080ti-11264-170331
post #179 of 332
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Yes, but I'm not english, so for me it's a very long operation. I just wanted to know if it was possible.

So far the only thing we have found is that you get 15 watts extra from the ASUS and Inno3D bios. There has not been a bios that gives us more than that. The best bios are the ones written for cards that are closer to the reference design. Most other bios for custom cards are too different.

Kedarwolf is able to get 330 Watts out of the ASUS bios, but everyone I have spoken to cannot reproduce this feat. The list continues to grow in the 1080 Ti club thread.

If you want more power right now, then do the shunt mod.
post #180 of 332
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Originally Posted by Legolas84 View Post

Yes, but I'm not english, so for me it's a very long operation. I just wanted to know if it was possible.

So far the only thing we have found is that you get 15 watts extra from the ASUS and Inno3D bios. There has not been a bios that gives us more than that. The best bios are the ones written for cards that are closer to the reference design. Most other bios for custom cards are too different.

Kedarwolf is able to get 330 Watts out of the ASUS bios, but everyone I have spoken to cannot reproduce this feat. The list continues to grow in the 1080 Ti club thread.

If you want more power right now, then do the shunt mod.

You just need to stress test it using custom settings that really tax the card. I posted my Time Spy settings I used, 4k, tessalation and anostropy etc. maxed out, max RAM used. They really pulls a heavy load, anyone that can do custom Time Spy from the paid version can duplicate my results. smile.gif
    
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