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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.

What did you use to measure?
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Damn dude,we need to freaking pitchfork Kendrawolf and quarter his limbs off, lol.

I've posted soooooo much evidence of the Asus strix mod doing worse than stock. I have literally ran benchmarks and comparison test for 4 freaking days, haven't gamed at all. I've been trying to figure out why the bios only benefits one person here.

You know how stupid I feel sitting in front of a benchmark for the last 2 weeks? You might have let me rest in peace now.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/8/17 at 9:48pm
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Damn dude,we need to freaking pitchfork Kendrawolf and quarter his limbs off, lol.

I've posted soooooo much evidence of the Asus strix mod doing worse than stock. I have literally ran benchmarks and comparison test for 4 freaking days, haven't gamed at all. I've been trying to figure out why the bios only benefits one person here.

You know how stupid I feel sitting in front of a benchmark for the last 2 weeks? You might have let me rest in peace now.

I've posted my results to you. I Heaven I got 152 FPS Asus, 160 Stock. But in TimeSpy I got 10458 stock, 10868 Asus.

So it seems DirectX 11 is good with stock. DirectX 12 does better with Asus BIOS. In Firestrike stock is just a bit better.
    
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Damn dude,we need to freaking pitchfork Kendrawolf and quarter his limbs off, lol.

I've posted soooooo much evidence of the Asus strix mod doing worse than stock. I have literally ran benchmarks and comparison test for 4 freaking days, haven't gamed at all. I've been trying to figure out why the bios only benefits one person here.

You know how stupid I feel sitting in front of a benchmark for the last 2 weeks? You might have let me rest in peace now.

I've posted my results to you. I Heaven I got 152 FPS Asus, 160 Stock. But in TimeSpy I got 10458 stock, 10868 Asus.

So it seems DirectX 11 is good with stock. DirectX 12 does better with Asus BIOS. In Firestrike stock is just a bit better.

Mind you if you compare that I can only run 2062 at 1.031v with stock 24/7 and 2088 with Asus at 1.062v it really doesn't do much better to be honest testing at those clocks. frown.gif

Both don't downclock at those voltages at all.
    
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I've posted my results to you. I Heaven I got 152 FPS Asus, 160 Stock. But in TimeSpy I got 10458 stock, 10868 Asus.

So it seems DirectX 11 is good with stock. DirectX 12 does better with Asus BIOS. In Firestrike stock is just a bit better.

But what measurements have you taken to see if you're legitimately drawing 10% more power or if the bios just tricks the gauge?

What if your results are just due to marginal errors?

I've seriously tested 2062, 2075, 2088, 2101, 2114 all at volts of 1.032, 1.040, 1.050, 1.062, 1.075. That was like 40 test with stock vs Asus and I swear stock was always better or they were close with stock being better.

Everyone I talk with on reddit and others here actually get worse results.
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I've posted my results to you. I Heaven I got 152 FPS Asus, 160 Stock. But in TimeSpy I got 10458 stock, 10868 Asus.

So it seems DirectX 11 is good with stock. DirectX 12 does better with Asus BIOS. In Firestrike stock is just a bit better.

But what measurements have you taken to see if you're legitimately drawing 10% more power or if the bios just tricks the gauge?

What if your results are just due to marginal errors?

I've seriously tested 2062, 2075, 2088, 2101, 2114 all at volts of 1.032, 1.040, 1.050, 1.062, 1.075. That was like 40 test with stock vs Asus and I swear stock was always better or they were close with stock being better.

Everyone I talk with on reddit and others here actually get worse results.

I ran the TimeSpy back to back after flashing it, same clocks, I only get maybe 20 difference between runs on same BIOS.

And guy recently posted that he gets smoother gameplay with Asus BIOS with Witcher 3 that the greater power draw seems to help.

And I can only run 2062 core on stock 24/7, 2088 core Asus, so really, isn't going to be much difference at those different clocks. plus i can do higher memory on Asus, and I find in TimeSpy and some other benches maxing out my memory helps. Got this recently.

    
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I ran the TimeSpy back to back after flashing it, same clocks, I only get maybe 20 difference between runs on same BIOS.

And guy recently posted that he gets smoother gameplay with Asus BIOS with Witcher 3 that the greater power draw seems to help.

And I can only run 2062 core on stock 24/7, 2088 core Asus, so really, isn't going to be much difference at those different clocks. plus i can do higher memory on Asus, and I find in TimeSpy and some other benches maxing out my memory helps. Got this recently.


That guy was me, lol. All I'm noticing is that clocks aren't dropping but if I'm actually getting better results, I don't know.

2088@1.062V Asus vs 2075-2088@1.062V, even though oaks are dropping, scores in benchmarks seem to be better.

The only reason I thought Witcher would run better is because we can "draw more power" but if we're literally not drawing anymore power than were not truly getting over any power limit.

I just want to know if %110 on Asus bios draws 330 watts or not. Are we legitimately getting over power draw? If so then it would be worth keeping the Asus bios in situations where power draw is nuts.
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So I flashed the rom and my 2nd display never came back on. Tried to flash the rom again and still no go. Went back to the stock rom and it works fine. :-/
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So I flashed the rom and my 2nd display never came back on. Tried to flash the rom again and still no go. Went back to the stock rom and it works fine. :-/

Display port 1 doesn't work. Asus has a hdmi in that spot. Use 2 and 3.
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