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so is anyone having stability issues? I got mine a few days ago and it cant do any of the advertised one click overclocks. Tried doing it manually but that was a no go either, I RMA'd it already going to give gigabyte another shot but I have to say based of reddit a there are quite a number of these cards that just aren't performing. I have the auros edition not the extreme just the regular auros.
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So I just noticed there was an official Aorus thread. Have basically only been F5ing the official 1080 Ti thread for a week. Traded in my MSI FE today for a non Extreme version since there weren't any left. Where do I pick up my membership card? biggrin.gif

I didn't realize that the non Extreme only allowed +125% power limit VS 150% for the Extreme. I wasn't having none of that, so cross post from the official Ti thread for my Aorus bros:

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Originally Posted by prelude514 View Post

Just flashed the Extreme F4 beta BIOS from here without issue: http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-X-11GD#support-dl

But power limit was still 125% and default memory speed was still non-Extreme.

So I flashed this guy: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/190959/gigabyte-gtx1080ti-11264-170331

Following the method here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1627212/how-to-flash-strix-1080-ti-bios-in-an-1080-ti-fe

And my card is now an Extreme. biggrin.gifthumb.gif

+150 now available in AB, and default memory clock is now 1404MHz instead of 1376MHz.

Time to beat this card up a bit! devil.gif
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so is anyone having stability issues? I got mine a few days ago and it cant do any of the advertised one click overclocks. Tried doing it manually but that was a no go either, I RMA'd it already going to give gigabyte another shot but I have to say based of reddit a there are quite a number of these cards that just aren't performing. I have the auros edition not the extreme just the regular auros.

Well that really sucks. frown.gif Sorry to hear. I'm not one to bother trying the one click OCs, prefer to do that myself manually. Right now I just finished testing 2000MHz @ 1.031v with Witcher 3, seemed perfectly stable. Now that I've upgraded my card to 150% power limit the real fun begins!

Hope your card gets sorted out quickly. Maybe try OCing manually with afterburner?
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Well that really sucks. frown.gif Sorry to hear. I'm not one to bother trying the one click OCs, prefer to do that myself manually. Right now I just finished testing 2000MHz @ 1.031v with Witcher 3, seemed perfectly stable. Now that I've upgraded my card to 150% power limit the real fun begins!

Hope your card gets sorted out quickly. Maybe try OCing manually with afterburner?

Yeah I tried manually getting the advertised clocks and still nothing.
post #15 of 1165
I have the Xtreme and dont have the option for 150% power limit just 125%.... but I clearly have the Xtreme with the Xtreme box, bigger copper plate, Xtreme default clocks, and LEDs....



Edit - Seems you may need the F4 beta bios to get the 150% power limit.
Edited by StarHunter64 - 4/10/17 at 9:17am
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Originally Posted by prelude514 View Post

So I just noticed there was an official Aorus thread. Have basically only been F5ing the official 1080 Ti thread for a week. Traded in my MSI FE today for a non Extreme version since there weren't any left. Where do I pick up my membership card? biggrin.gif

I didn't realize that the non Extreme only allowed +125% power limit VS 150% for the Extreme. I wasn't having none of that, so cross post from the official Ti thread for my Aorus bros:

Fantastic post +REP. Looks like I'm doing exactly this with my card then! Glad you had success!
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 4/10/17 at 2:22pm
post #17 of 1165
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Originally Posted by prelude514 View Post

So I just noticed there was an official Aorus thread. Have basically only been F5ing the official 1080 Ti thread for a week. Traded in my MSI FE today for a non Extreme version since there weren't any left. Where do I pick up my membership card? biggrin.gif

I didn't realize that the non Extreme only allowed +125% power limit VS 150% for the Extreme. I wasn't having none of that, so cross post from the official Ti thread for my Aorus bros:

I have the regular Aorus too. I'm confused which BIOS gives you the 150% and the memory OC? The one on the gigabyte website or the techpowerup?

Whats the max boost clock with no OC and just putting the Power limit to 150%?

Mine hits 1.97GHz-2.0GHz with just the power to 125%, upped to core +15 to get steady 2.0GHz in games.
Edited by c0ld - 4/10/17 at 12:33pm
post #18 of 1165
Updated to the f5 beta bios and got the 150 limit

Not much testing yet but hitting 2075 solid @69c 150 power limit, and 25 uptick on MHz slider, though I never see it hit higher than 128 pl so may dial it back to 130. On mem solid 500+ no issues.
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So I just noticed there was an official Aorus thread. Have basically only been F5ing the official 1080 Ti thread for a week. Traded in my MSI FE today for a non Extreme version since there weren't any left. Where do I pick up my membership card? biggrin.gif

I didn't realize that the non Extreme only allowed +125% power limit VS 150% for the Extreme. I wasn't having none of that, so cross post from the official Ti thread for my Aorus bros:
Hi, I just flashed the F4 BIOS. I unlocked the 150% TDP but I lost the fan stop control on my Aorus software
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Originally Posted by Qba73 View Post

Updated to the f5 beta bios and got the 150 limit

Not much testing yet but hitting 2075 solid @69c 150 power limit, and 25 uptick on MHz slider, though I never see it hit higher than 128 pl so may dial it back to 130. On mem solid 500+ no issues.

Do you have a link to the F5 beta bios? I thought they only had F4 beta out.

Yeah my xtreme is stable at 2075 on the core as well, ranging from 2075 to 2050 based on if my card hits 70+ or not. I live in TX so ambient is at like 76F in my house, which causes it to run warmer than others. Extremely happy with it though, been playing Witcher 3 at 90+fps 1440p everything maxed out biggrin.gifthumb.gif

I found that if the card is at 2088 then it has like a 25% chance to crash on heaven or other stress testing.
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