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post #111 of 1080
So i m not even oc the card and it goes to 2050 and i can t play anything my display driver is crashing ! So i installed aorus software just to set to silent mode 1800 mhz and is not crashing but on stock +0 on clock +0 ram no voltage on msi after burner and is crashing in everything ! I use ddu to install drivers etc
post #112 of 1080
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So i m not even oc the card and it goes to 2050 and i can t play anything my display driver is crashing ! So i installed aorus software just to set to silent mode 1800 mhz and is not crashing but on stock +0 on clock +0 ram no voltage on msi after burner and is crashing in everything ! I use ddu to install drivers etc
that's crazy, but you aren't the only one i've heard say that. That's an Extreme, right? Has to be hitting 2050 stock. There are only a couple of you guys, but still. I'd consider rma, and even though perf wise you'd be fine im sure your fps will still be godly, but...

They won't do a real rma just because it's a poor clocker, but it has to at least be able to hold stock clocks! That's kinda bad, tbh, so much for "Gauntlet" binning. If it's having trouble day one, it could potentially be a nightmare throughout and that is not right for this much money. RMA that dude. Even Newegg which has the "return for like product only" will give you a better one on the second try. Pretty much everrybody is loving their Aorus. Maybe 1/10 got crummy clockers.


Damn I feel lucky mine holds +90.
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But is normal ? To go that high stock without any oc ? Like 2050 mhz ? And that silent mod that is 1800 mhz is still oc ?
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I wonder if gigabyte will issue a bios update to fix this. I doubt as I think its the chip.
Of course they will release a new bios, where OC mode in Aorus Utility will be heavily nerfed and will provide only ~0.5% overclock, but no crashes!
post #115 of 1080
So you check aorus site for.the bios update or ? Where can i find it
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So you check aorus site for.the bios update or ? Where can i find it
You should look for new bios on Gigabyte website under support section for your card, not on Aorus dedicated website. For example (Xtreme): http://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-X-11GD#support-dl
post #117 of 1080
Dam, seems Gigabyte Cards are pack with problems... There already few people here with the same issues.

Makes me nervious of buying Xtreme Edition of Aorus
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Functionally the same, the stock version has no padding for the MOSFETs and 2 of the 3 RAM banks on the backplate side of the board so ur gonna have to DiY these. The Extreme version has more LEDs which ironically enough can reduce the performance potential because they eat in to the power budget.
If it also matters, the Extreme has a whopping big LED at the site of the VRM mosfets on the backplate which can reduce cooling potential if you decide to pad that area.

I actually disconnected the LED switch on my stock Auorus card so I can get less power limited in Superposition.

All in all, its still silicon lottery that determines your overclocks.


Apart from SUP bench I don't really think you should worry about LEDs and power use in everyday gaming scenarios. 375W is A LOT.
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post #119 of 1080
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I actually disconnected the LED switch on my stock Auorus card so I can get less power limited in Superposition.

Is it necessary to disconnect LEDs physically? Just turning off them in Aourus Engine app won't be enough?
post #120 of 1080
While I was playing a graphically intense game the screen had White square artifacting before the game crashed. looks like i will need to do a RMA.

And the card was not OCed with MSI Afterburner. just maxed the power limit to 125. The temps were below 70 when the game crashed.
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