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Not working too great for me keep hitting the power limit at a low clock/voltge. Not ever going over .9v but keeps hitting 115-120% tdp.
Thinking about doing the shunt mod to fix what do you guys think?
MSI 1080 TI FE w/ hybrid cooler.

Using Furmark: XD
post #52 of 341
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Not working too great for me keep hitting the power limit at a low clock/voltge. Not ever going over .9v but keeps hitting 115-120% tdp.
Thinking about doing the shunt mod to fix what do you guys think?
MSI 1080 TI FE w/ hybrid cooler.

Didnt have the right adapter and put some liquid metal on the resistors. Helped a bit as now hits the power limit at .9v instead of .8v haha
post #53 of 341
I/O error, cannot open file asus etc.
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I/O error, cannot open file asus etc.

Did you right click the files, Properties, Unblock?
    
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I/O error, cannot open file asus etc.

Did you right click the files, Properties, Unblock?

And unzip them?
    
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Yes, and yes. :/
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It will not open any files? Tried first 1080ti.rom (what I renamed it after) and then 345235.rom (just some random stuff) same error..:hmm:
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It will not open any files? Tried first 1080ti.rom (what I renamed it after) and then 345235.rom (just some random stuff) same error..:hmm:

You using the nvflash64 command or just nvflash?

And are you running the command prompt as Admin?

And did you do nvflash64 -protectoff

And you need to do the --index=0 or 1 thing depending on which card is your 1080 Ti.
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post #59 of 341
Working great on my EVGA 1080Ti, sadly i dont have a great clocker even with the Strix BIOS. Max i can do is 2038Mhz and sometimes 2050Mhz @ 1.093V. And +600Mhz on the Memory.

But In TimeSpy and FS Ultra, i no longer get the crazy core clock jumping around. Super stable @ 2038/2025Mhz depending on the temperature. Ill do the shunt mod over the weekend and report back.
post #60 of 341
Yep. I've used the correct commands and opened CMD in admin. Still I/O error.. :/
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