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So where is the extra 30 watts bring can from? The 6-pin?
post #62 of 327
I did test it, it's from the 8-pin only.
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So where is the extra 30 watts bring can from? The 6-pin?

http://forum.kingpincooling.com/showthread.php?t=3961

Read this, specially the Power Limit Overrides Section.
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So where is the extra 30 watts bring can from? The 6-pin?

http://forum.kingpincooling.com/showthread.php?t=3961

Read this, specially the Power Limit Overrides Section.

I read the FE has really good voltage overhead so a custom BIOS shouldn't be an issue. smile.gif
    
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I read the FE has really good voltage overhead so a custom BIOS shouldn't be an issue. smile.gif

True that. Only problem being, we need a BIOS like the XOC Unlocked which was available for the 1080 Strix.. Im waiting on the EVGA Classified for now, till the time lets see what i can do with a few power mods. biggrin.gif

Forgot to add, the XOC BIOS on my EVGA FTW Hyrbid helped me take the card to 2202 Mhz easy.
Edited by bloodhawk - 4/7/17 at 4:57pm
post #66 of 327
I know for a fact you cannot hold 1.075 if you play something like the Witcher 3 unlocked frames and other highly demanding power games with this bios.

Even if you cheat, hit "L" and lock it at that core and voltage, performance will be crap.

But those are only occasional drops. Ideally, I recommend for anyone here to get there maximum oc at a max of 1.062V and ideally try to shoot for lower. I believe this is where the shunt mod is better.

Asus bios can give you 10% extra tdp and the shunt gives. You another 30% iirc.
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post #67 of 327
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I know for a fact you cannot hold 1.075 if you play something like the Witcher 3 unlocked frames and other highly demanding power games with this bios.

Even if you cheat, hit "L" and lock it at that core and voltage, performance will be crap.

But those are only occasional drops. Ideally, I recommend for anyone here to get there maximum oc at a max of 1.062V and ideally try to shoot for lower. I believe this is where the shunt mod is better.

Asus bios can give you 10% extra tdp and the shunt gives. You another 30% iirc.

Yeap this can be reproduced in TimeSpy and FS Ultra. But 1.075 Holds @ 1974-2025Mhz. Cant hold anything over 1.075 though.
post #68 of 327
The MSI vBIOS fan speed is ridiculously low. Honestly, I think it has a good power output, but the FE stock cooler it gets way too hot.
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The MSI vBIOS fan speed is ridiculously low. Honestly, I think it has a good power output, but the FE stock cooler it gets way too hot.

Does the msi bios have a higher tdp?
post #70 of 327
So here's what I noticed with my EVGA 1080 TI FE:

Stock vBIOS overlocked: 2012 MHz max
Power limited to 1974 or lower
TDP +115 to 120% - Average 285w to 300w

Asus Strixx vBIOS overclocked: 2012 MHz max
Power limited to 1974 or lower
TDP +95 to 107% - Average 285w to 300w

Looks like the ASUS vBIOS isn't really kicking out additional power, just he fooling the TDP readout.
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