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no one?

mines definitely going above 1.05. I'm hitting 1.194V with the XOC.rom, and so far testing at 2100MHz. Is the power limit and temp limit greyed out like KedarWolf mentioned?
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i figured it out doing it over the curved editor.

Altho no change here, i get less fps/points with 2122/6000(curved) than with 2000/5800(non curved)
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i figured it out doing it over the curved editor.

Altho no change here, i get less fps/points with 2122/6000(curved) than with 2000/5800(non curved)

It may be thermal throttling and reducing your clocks at the higher voltage and clock settings. Open afterburner and let it run while benchmarking and watch it either afterwards or on a second screen to see if your clocks are dropping less during testing. Also do bear in mind nvidia intentionally down-clocks our 1080 Ti's while running all 3dmark applications a good bit. Even though you set it to 2122, it most likely won't actually run 2122 during like firestrike and such. Try a game to see if your clocks are actually staying at 2122 all the time.
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Hi everyone!

First of al thanks to KedarWolf and all of you for this post thumb.gif

I have an MSI 1080ti gaming X on which I would like to flash the XOC bios because I have a problem of power limit with the original bios since I installed my custom WC.
I tried a lot of time the procedure to flash the bios but each time I have this error:

ERROR: Unable to start service (0x0000001F)
Detailed :Un pÚriphÚrique attachÚ au systÞme ne fonctionne pas correctement.



my system is in french but in the detail part it says that "A peripheral plugged to the system isn't working properly"

Does anyone have an idea why I always have this error? I tried with the GPU enabled and disabled.
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Hi everyone!

First of al thanks to KedarWolf and all of you for this post thumb.gif

I have an MSI 1080ti gaming X on which I would like to flash the XOC bios because I have a problem of power limit with the original bios since I installed my custom WC.
I tried a lot of time the procedure to flash the bios but each time I have this error:

ERROR: Unable to start service (0x0000001F)
Detailed :Un pÚriphÚrique attachÚ au systÞme ne fonctionne pas correctement.



my system is in french but in the detail part it says that "A peripheral plugged to the system isn't working properly"

Does anyone have an idea why I always have this error? I tried with the GPU enabled and disabled.

Are you running the command prompt with Admin privileges? You have to run as Administrator. Same as the batch file if you just wish to use any other ROM and use the batch file to increase the power limit.
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Thanks for your answer.
Yes I did all of this. I have the new Win10 fall creators update, can it be that?
I tried also with DP and HDMI...
post #927 of 1037
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Thanks for your answer.
Yes I did all of this. I have the new Win10 fall creators update, can it be that?
I tried also with DP and HDMI...

I think you're supposed to disable/uninstall the video card first in device manager or something. There should be a full step-by-step walkthrough on the first page in this thread, did you follow that?
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Thanks for your answer.
Yes I did all of this. I have the new Win10 fall creators update, can it be that?
I tried also with DP and HDMI...

I have the Fall Creators Update, XOC BIOS flashed just fine.

Try disabling video card in Device Manager and also try resetting it in your PCI-E slot in your motherboard and make sure it's detected in your BIOS.

I think it may be an issue with Windows not fully detecting your card but I could be wrong. redface.gif
    
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Thanks for your answer.
Yes I did all of this. I have the new Win10 fall creators update, can it be that?
I tried also with DP and HDMI...

oh, you have to use 'nvflash64 -6 xxx.rom' not 'nvflash'.

nvflash64

And skip the protectoff part and try to flash it anyways.

And are you in Safe Mode? Won't flash in Safe Mode.

Lastly, reinstall Nvidia drivers and don't disable your card, let nvflash64 from the first page disable it for you when you do the flash.
Edited by KedarWolf - 10/21/17 at 12:58pm
    
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Hi guys,

Thanks for your answers thumb.gif. I tried everything, all the solution you proposed and others, and I still have the same message. I think I will give up this time sadsmiley.gif
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