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This BIOS hasn't increased my overclock, but on the stock FE BIOS I was getting a lot of throttling at 50c due to the power target constantly hitting 120+, especially in Mass Effect Andromeda.

Now with this BIOS, max power draw I've seen is 110% and clockspeed is on a constant straight line at 2025Mhz whereas it was dipping as low as 1980 before.
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So I wanted to share some GPU-Z graphs. Perhaps the ASUS Bios truly is helping as you can see in the perf cap graph, the stock bios is hitting power limits (green) and GPU Utilization limits (grey) more often than the MSI and ASUS bios.
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Kedrawolf,

When you get a chance, I would like to take a look at your GPU-Z monitor sensors running different types of benchmarks at 2100 Mhz and 1.075V and 1.092V
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this bios not increase overclock...
its about PL and throtling
if you have bad chip not help much because 30W is nothing, look review Gigabyte AORUS on GURU3D, power draw is more than 138% on 2030MHz and 1,05V ...
if you lucky this bios help , if your chip is greedy for power not help , that simple
in my case help average +5% ina mark and fps in game, but still throtling but less comparable with stock bios
preperly overclock on this big chip need +- 150% power limit for covering all gpu
120 and 130% its only for good gpu
Edited by dexterav - 4/9/17 at 3:47pm
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Originally Posted by dexterav View Post

this bios not increase overclock...
its about PL and throtling
if you have bad chip not help much because 30W is nothing, look review Gigabyte AORUS on GURU3D, power draw is more than 138% on 2030MHz and 1,05V ...
if you lucky this bios help , if your chip is greedy for power not help , that simple
in my case help average +5% ina mark and fps in game, but still throtling but less comparable with stock bios
preperly overclock on this big chip need +- 150% power limit for covering all gpu
120 and 130% its only for good gpu

That's correct. It will keep your clocks and voltages from dropping, but only to a certain extent.

Shunt mod will carry you past 330 watts for sure.
post #86 of 326
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Kedrawolf,

When you get a chance, I would like to take a look at your GPU-Z monitor sensors running different types of benchmarks at 2100 Mhz and 1.075V and 1.092V

In all cases I get slightly better benchmarks with stock BIOS at 2050 core, 1.025v.

GPU-Z stock BIOS at 2050 core, 1.025v.

Stock2050FullscreenHeaven.txt 68k .txt file

Stock2050Catzilla4K.txt 52k .txt file

Stock2050FireStrikeUltra.txt 51k .txt file

Stock2050TimeSpy.txt 71k .txt file

Asus BIOS 2088 core, 1.075v.

ASUS2088HeavenFullscreen.txt 99k .txt file

ASUS2088Catzilla4k.txt 52k .txt file

Asus2088FireStrikeUltra.txt 56k .txt file

Asus2088TimeSpy.txt 50k .txt file

Edit: Since I installed the Creator's Update of Windows I can only do 2088 on Asus BIOS no matter the voltages used. redface.gif
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In all cases I get slightly better benchmarks with stock BIOS at 2050 core, 1.025v.

GPU-Z stock BIOS at 2050 core, 1.025v.

Stock2050FullscreenHeaven.txt 68k .txt file

Stock2050Catzilla4K.txt 63k .txt file

Stock2050FireStrikeUltra.txt 51k .txt file

Stock2050TimeSpy.txt 71k .txt file

Asus BIOS 2088 core, 1.075v.

ASUS2088HeavenFullscreen.txt 99k .txt file

ASUS2088Catzilla4k.txt 52k .txt file

Asus2088FireStrikeUltra.txt 56k .txt file

Asus2088TimeSpy.txt 50k .txt file

Edit: Since I installed the Creator's Update of Windows I can only do 2088 on Asus BIOS no matter the voltages used. redface.gif

So what's your conclusion? The bios flash of the ASUS does nothing?
post #88 of 326
Isn't the point to kind of trick the TDP guage so the card doesn't "think" it has hit the power limit and throttle?

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Kendrawolf,

Please try running your benchmarks like mine to compare. I have given up on the ASUS bios, I've gone back and forth and it but I truly believe the best thing to do is

Stock bios, lowest voltages and highest clocks. I just did this run right now.

2088 Mhz @ 1.043V and +450 memory is best for me. Look at this, beautiful perf cap. Literally none.

Heaven2088-2076Mhz1.043Vand450MemoryGPU-ZSensorLog.txt 67k .txt file



Compare this to a run I did awhile ago at 2114 Mhz @ where voltage would vary from 1.043 to 1.082 ASUS Bios




The ASUS bios does help with holding a higher clock, but it doesn't give you better results... I think it's all a placebo. It just tricks sensors and you end up with worse performance.

Please do a Heaven run at 1440P and 8XAA with the ASUS bios at 2088 and let me know what you get.
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Isn't the point to kind of trick the TDP guage so the card doesn't "think" it has hit the power limit and throttle?

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No, I don't think that works. The resistors know best and the only way to get around this is to shunt their butts. I really do encourage people to flash back and forth and do a very very thorough comparison like I have done. The ASUS bios has just done worse all the time and every time.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/10/17 at 12:20am
post #90 of 326
In my own testing the stock BIOS has been best for me. The ASUS BIOS didn't give me higher overclocks. It just gave me hotter temps and perfcaps where as the stock BIOS ran cooler no perfcaps at the same voltages.

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