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for me working perfectly...
i back stock bios to my evga and run Andromeda...clock not cross 2GHz and tendency is going dawn to 1950
after back strix bios GPU boosting 2075MHz, min frekvency is 2030
of course same scene
its not much, but strix bios not improve pl not much too
post #92 of 342
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Originally Posted by dexterav View Post

for me working perfectly...
i back stock bios to my evga and run Andromeda...clock not cross 2GHz and tendency is going dawn to 1950
after back strix bios GPU boosting 2075MHz, min frekvency is 2030
of course same scene
its not much, but strix bios not improve pl not much too

I'm sure it's a placebo, look at your GPU-Z. You'll have perf cap limits.
post #93 of 342
lol what is placebo on under 2000MHz
and above 2000?
1950mgz vs 2050 is realy not placebo
and all my bench have higher score
and of course have limits because 130PL is STILL limits
if you want no limits must have 150PL
nobody say if you flashing strix bios you limits is off
Edited by dexterav - 4/10/17 at 11:48am
post #94 of 342
So I had some interesting results with the STRIX bios.

I've settled on 2000MHz at 1.0 volts as the lower voltage gets me about 5c cooler temperatures.

On the stock FE bios I was getting all three perfcaps at once and I wasn't even hitting the power limit (max of 110%) and got a 97.3 Heaven FPS.

On the STRIX BIOS, same settings, there were no perfcaps, max power limit hit was 96% and got a 99.3 Heaven FPS.

Can anybody explain this to me? I thought the STRIX BIOS would only help me if I was hitting 120% on the stock BIOS?
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lol what is placebo on under 2000MHz
and above 2000?
1950mgz vs 2050 is realy not placebo
and all my bench have higher score
and of course have limits because 130PL is STILL limits
if you want no limits must have 150PL
nobody say if you flashing strix bios you limits is off

If you're oc that low, then it's not going to matter stock and Asus WI be the same. You're not even pushing the card at its limits.

If you oc to 2088-2101 Mhz, the Asus bios will be garbage.

I don't see any benchmarks, test and GPU-Z screenshots from you. But I have posted dozens of screenshots that show Asus bios is garbage.

2114 Asus left, stock right

2088 Asus left, stock right


I have lots of more images and various runs from 2075, 2088, 2101 and 2114. Stock either beats or they barely meet in all the test.

I haven't bothered testing lower clock speeds below 2050, maybe the ASUS bios works better at those lower clock speeds, but from various test I can tell you for a fact pushing higher clocks, the asus bios is not good.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/10/17 at 12:43pm
post #96 of 342
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So I had some interesting results with the STRIX bios.

I've settled on 2000MHz at 1.0 volts as the lower voltage gets me about 5c cooler temperatures.

On the stock FE bios I was getting all three perfcaps at once and I wasn't even hitting the power limit (max of 110%) and got a 97.3 Heaven FPS.

On the STRIX BIOS, same settings, there were no perfcaps, max power limit hit was 96% and got a 99.3 Heaven FPS.

Can anybody explain this to me? I thought the STRIX BIOS would only help me if I was hitting 120% on the stock BIOS?

It's an exhausting test to do, but you have to test various different voltages and clock speeds together. Some clock speeds on stock run better at a certain voltage, and some might run better on ASUS.

But from my various comparison test, I have done the following with both stock and Asus bios:

clocks from 2075, 2088, 2101, 2114 at voltages ranging from 1.032, 1.040, 1.050, 1.062

The best results for me are stock 2088 Mhz @1.044-1.050V. I hit no perf caps with power and I get my maximum scores in benchmarks.

You'll have to play with it a bit, but from various test I have proven:

Stock sweet spot > ASUS sweet spot

Finding the sweet spot is exhausting. Just be happy and play video games. Don't waste time like I did.
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Finding the sweet spot is exhausting. Just be happy and play video games. Don't waste time like I did.

Amen.
post #98 of 342
Not sure if it's already been said in this thread or not, but I tested this out flashing an MSI Gaming X bios to an Armor OC. It worked fine. I was hoping for an increased power limit, seems to be exactly the same though.
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Not sure if it's already been said in this thread or not, but I tested this out flashing an MSI Gaming X bios to an Armor OC. It worked fine. I was hoping for an increased power limit, seems to be exactly the same though.

If the Gaming X works Asus Strix BIOS will work and increase the power limit though I'm getting better benching results at lower voltages and clocks with stock BIOS than the Asus BIOS. redface.gif
    
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Has anyone tried a FE bios on a Strix/Gaming X? The Armor OC is the Gaming X board with some different fan headers to account for not being RGB, so I felt pretty confident about putting the Gaming X BIOS on it. I'm more wary about trying a FE BIOS.
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