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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.

Maybe because you are overshooting the stable clock because of power limit? I noticed that if you hit the power limit then the boost automatics tend to lower the clocks too much, so a just a little bit higher power limit in Inno3D BIOS can be contraproductive sometimes, like maybe you can reach higher no throttling clock with Inno
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Confirmed worked.

Flashed my 1080ti into the 1070 zotac bios.

Did you flash a 1080ti with a BIOS from 1070?
post #192 of 338
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well i have the shuntmod it does nothing biggrin.gif

I guess the real question here is what did you expect the shunt mod to do?

The shunt mod has one function, to rise the power limit so you don't downclock on power at least. Seems simple enough I know smile.gif but it may not give you anymore clk and is only going to be really beneficial to those on water that are power limited at undervolts. If you are pushing 2012 @ 1.093 its probably not going to help much.

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I noticed that if you hit the power limit then the boost automatics tend to lower the clocks too much

I'm not sure if this is were people misunderstand the boost system, power limiting drops the "voltage" one or two... bins not clks, so if the next voltage bin is way lower clock then you see big drops. This is where optimising your curve comes in and raising the next voltage bin down one clock step can make a huge difference.
Decide what voltage/ clk you want to run, and make the curve flat after that. Then raise or optimise at least 3 voltage bins below that and see how that runs, if monitoring shows games are dropping low than that, then optimise a few more bins.
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So my gaming x hits the tdp limit of 117% when i do 2050/6000.

Would flashing to a bios wit higher tdp limit help it not drop a bin or two and be power limited?
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So my gaming x hits the tdp limit of 117% when i do 2050/6000.

Would flashing to a bios wit higher tdp limit help it not drop a bin or two and be power limited?


That is also something I wish to know. Can you flash AIB Bios to other AIB card? For example flashin Aorus BIOS to Asus STRIX card?
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That is also something I wish to know. Can you flash AIB Bios to other AIB card? For example flashin Aorus BIOS to Asus STRIX card?

My first gaming x I flashed the asus strix bios on it. it didnt improve anything, but that card was silicon lottery limited.
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My first gaming x I flashed the asus strix bios on it. it didnt improve anything, but that card was silicon lottery limited.

Thing is Gaming X and STRIX have the same bios really. Both are 330W.

I was thinking about flashinh BIOS from lets say AORUS card to have 375W power limit.
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Thing is Gaming X and STRIX have the same bios really. Both are 330W.

I was thinking about flashinh BIOS from lets say AORUS card to have 375W power limit.

Let me know if you do if you see any improvements?

found my sweet spot to be 2037/5950 at 1.050v for gaming. benchmarks i can do 2050/6000
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My first gaming x I flashed the asus strix bios on it. it didnt improve anything, but that card was silicon lottery limited.

Thing is Gaming X and STRIX have the same bios really. Both are 330W.

I was thinking about flashinh BIOS from lets say AORUS card to have 375W power limit.

Aorus BIOS no good on any card but Aorus and maybe the Gigabyte Extreme. redface.gif
    
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Aorus BIOS no good on any card but Aorus and maybe the Gigabyte Extreme. redface.gif

Hey KedarWolf what about Zotac AMP versions ?
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Aorus BIOS no good on any card but Aorus and maybe the Gigabyte Extreme. redface.gif

Hey KedarWolf what about Zotac AMP versions ?

Amp Extreme doesn't work and I'm pretty sure the regular AMP BIOS won't either, 16x2 phase design, not compatible with our FE's. frown.gif
    
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