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Would this would on EVGA GTX 1080Ti FE too?

Should work, just know some have had issues with Strix BIOS although for myself best thing that ever happened to my card. It won't brick your card or anything, but some not getting the results I am.

They might not have fully followed the instructions in the OP though, nvflash 64 --protectoff is absolutely essential.
    
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Did you try if flashing Gigabyte Extreme Gaming bios with 375W TDP limit? That would be even much more interesting than Strix's 330W TDP BIOS.

No, getting such good results with the Strix don't want to try anything else. redface.gif
    
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I'm very interested in this, what's the worst that could go wrong?

Worse can go wrong is the power limit is at 100% and card throttling, some people say it happens to them. frown.gif

Best thing that happened to my card though, getting 2100 with zero throttling in Heaven and in four games I tested, let me find the posts with GPU-Z logs. biggrin.gif

Had to up the voltage to 1.093 for 2100 due to higher ambient temps.

Diablo 3: Reaper Of Souls, never goes below 2100 core, 1.093v.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 38k .txt file

Rise of The Tomb Raider DirectX 12. Only dipped between cut scenes.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 131k .txt file

Black OPs 3, 2100 substained.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 14k .txt file


Ghost Recon: Wildlands, same.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 114k .txt file

I'm really liking this Strix BIOS, see no need to try others. smile.gif
    
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Any throttling during 3DMark Time Spy benchmark? Can you show gpuz log or msi ab log from it also?
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Any throttling during 3DMark Time Spy benchmark? Can you show gpuz log or msi ab log from it also?

Yeah, it throttles a bit in test 1 and CPU Physics test but not at all in test 2.

The 1569 is it between the tests while they are at the loading screens.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 51k .txt file

Still, if there is zero throttling in the four games I tested including a DirectX 12 game then that what really counts. thumb.gif

Oh, and I got it stable at 2100 1.075v again, the issue was it was unstable after a DDU clean uninstall and clean reinstall of the Nvidia drivers. I found a second clean reinstall of drivers without DDU fixed benches and games crashing. DDU clean reinstall causes issues I found. redface.gif
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Yeah, it throttles a bit in test 1 and CPU Physics test but not at all in test 2.

The 1569 is it between the tests while they are at the loading screens.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 51k .txt file

Still, if there is zero throttling in the four games I tested including a DirectX 12 game then that what really counts. thumb.gif

Oh, and I got it stable at 2100 1.075v again, the issue was it was unstable after a DDU clean uninstall and clean reinstall of the Nvidia drivers. I found a second clean reinstall of drivers without DDU fixed benches and games crashing. DDU clean reinstall causes issues I found. redface.gif

Can hitting 120% powerlimit on ASUS bios while flashed on a FE card be dangerous for it? Thats like way above 300W?
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Yeah, it throttles a bit in test 1 and CPU Physics test but not at all in test 2.

The 1569 is it between the tests while they are at the loading screens.

GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 51k .txt file

Still, if there is zero throttling in the four games I tested including a DirectX 12 game then that what really counts. thumb.gif

Oh, and I got it stable at 2100 1.075v again, the issue was it was unstable after a DDU clean uninstall and clean reinstall of the Nvidia drivers. I found a second clean reinstall of drivers without DDU fixed benches and games crashing. DDU clean reinstall causes issues I found. redface.gif

Can hitting 120% powerlimit on ASUS bios while flashed on a FE card be dangerous for it? Thats like way above 300W?

Power draw is only a bit higher each rail. biggrin.gif

And I tested the voltages to be the six and eight pin power connectors to the card using logging on my Corsair AX1500i. Voltages on each rail only went up a small amount so you WILL NOT fry your card doing this, FE's have a lot of voltage headroom according to reports here. See my Corsair logs. Max was 19 amps 1080 Ti FE BIOS, 20 amps Strix BIOS biggrin.gif

Strix BIOS rail voltages below.

corsair_link_20170403_21_08_08.zip 1k .zip file

1080 Ti FE rail voltages.

corsair_link_20170403_22_09_24.zip 1k .zip file
    
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No, getting such good results with the Strix don't want to try anything else. redface.gif
Please show your voltage curve.
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No, getting such good results with the Strix don't want to try anything else. redface.gif
Please show your voltage curve.

Sorry, your notification will show attachment, I fixed it, meant to do the picture.

    
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Sorry, your notification will show attachment, I fixed it, meant to do the picture.


You got a good card man. In the ASUS bios my Gigabyte FE would crash at 2088@1075mV and sometimes even at 2075@1075mV. I also hit the power limit running heaven at 2075@1075mV. How is it that you don't hit it but I do? Also after flashing cards do we do nvflash64 --protecton?
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