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Do I record the highest core and and memory from gpu z or the average?
post #252 of 1118
Alot of this stuff is just newer to me, so I'm still trying to learn a bit.. Here's my main questions, I have the extreme model... Should my numbers simply be higher or is it silicon lottery?

I'm at about 2012 to 2017 at times, that's out of the box. 125 is my power max..

What are real world differences when it comes to 2012 to say someone rolling 2050+?

Does my gpu need that newer bios to unlock a higher power target or...?
post #253 of 1118
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Seems that the F4 BIOS just came out of beta stage: http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-X-11GD#support-dl

I'm currently running the F3 BIOS from the Xtreme on my non-extreme Aorus. Fortunately I'm having no issues, but there's barely any overclocking room left.
My card seems stable at 2000~2025MHz, but not any higher. Memory overclocks well to about +400 (which results in 6000MHz/12GHz).

If you have stable 2000-2025 you can start to play with Voltage slider and Voltage curve. See with GPU-Z at what Voltage does your card 2025 and you can start from there. It should be possible to get at least 2050/76.

Of course if you feel like you need it tongue.gif
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Seems that the F4 BIOS just came out of beta stage: http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-X-11GD#support-dl
came out of beta? f4 still says beta on that page? am I missing something?
post #255 of 1118
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Originally Posted by VinnieM View Post

Seems that the F4 BIOS just came out of beta stage: http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-X-11GD#support-dl

I'm currently running the F3 BIOS from the Xtreme on my non-extreme Aorus. Fortunately I'm having no issues, but there's barely any overclocking room left.
My card seems stable at 2000~2025MHz, but not any higher. Memory overclocks well to about +400 (which results in 6000MHz/12GHz).
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Originally Posted by VinnieM View Post

Seems that the F4 BIOS just came out of beta stage: http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-X-11GD#support-dl

I'm currently running the F3 BIOS from the Xtreme on my non-extreme Aorus. Fortunately I'm having no issues, but there's barely any overclocking room left.
My card seems stable at 2000~2025MHz, but not any higher. Memory overclocks well to about +400 (which results in 6000MHz/12GHz).
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came out of beta? f4 still says beta on that page? am I missing something?

Might wanna clear your browser cookies / cache.
post #256 of 1118
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Hi, can you please give us more details? What do you mean by performance drop? If you monitor your clocks and your card does not downlock during gameplay (like from 2025 to 1950, to 1976, to 2000, to 1920 etc.) then there is no way you can see a performance drop. This card can suck up to 400W from your PSU though.

If you see 20fps drop and your clock are alright, I would say this is game fault. Actually Wildlands are one of worst optimazied games I have ever played.

Try Witcher 3 and let us know after few hours how were your clocks.



Do you guys really do not hear difference between 50% and 100% fans?

It's a really weird issue. My clocks do not drop but my performance severely suffers (FPS). Almost like it's tripping something that throttles it's performance. It doesn't only happen in wildlands. It's also in heaven benchmark or anything graphically intense.

If I put it in gaming mode it hits 1.05v 1987-2ghz constant in heaven. Oc mode hits similar speeds but 1.063v and just suddenly drops it's FPS and tdp to 50% after a few minutes. In fact even if I just up the power slider it will do this. Clocks stay high. It will keep performance low unless I reboot.

I'm inclined to think it's power related but I would've thought my psu would be OK. Psu calculator with oc settings estimates 568w full load usage and its an evga 750 g2.

Let me know if u want any more details.
post #257 of 1118
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Ok, first things first:

1. You can't just copy someones Voltage curve and expect same results. Each chip is different, they won't behave the same way.
2. Start slowly:
- Set up Power Limit to max, Temperature Limit to max and set fans to 100% in Afterburner. DO NOT TOUCH VOLTAGE CURVE or Voltage slider.
- Get Heaven benchmark and start it with just above settings. Download GPU-Z.
- Start GPU-Z, go to Sensors and set Voltage to show you highest value like below:



- Next start Heaven and see how high will your card boost with only that settings above in Afterburner. AGAIN- DO NOT TOUCH VOLTAGE.
- Get yourself sheet of paper and pen and write down your highest clock value (when Heaven starts), your mid clock (in the middle of Heave) and core clock at the end of Heaven.
- Now close Heaven and look at max voltage your card was taking during that benchmark.

Now start playing with Core and Memory in Afterburner:
- Start low. Add +10 to Core and +100 to Memory. Run Heaven. See if its stable, how much higher did it boost.
- Stable? Again another +10 and +50 to Memory.
- Rinse and repeat.
- You see artefacting? Too high Memory OC. Heaven crash, drivers crash? Too high core OC.

Check where is your Max OC with just it. When you find it, run some games for few hours. See if card downclock itself a lot or only a little after few hours.

After that post your results and we can see if you need to work on Voltage Curve or not



here is my first three tests. 4.8ghz at 1.29 volts. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1iXQNgLEZTUciht84jtfCNc2gB6S6TB41aleSURQNOqc/edit?usp=sharing . I noticed even though I can increase the clocks, performance goes down. I'll do some more testing later.
post #258 of 1118
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It's a really weird issue. My clocks do not drop but my performance severely suffers (FPS). Almost like it's tripping something that throttles it's performance. It doesn't only happen in wildlands. It's also in heaven benchmark or anything graphically intense.

If I put it in gaming mode it hits 1.05v 1987-2ghz constant in heaven. Oc mode hits similar speeds but 1.063v and just suddenly drops it's FPS and tdp to 50% after a few minutes. In fact even if I just up the power slider it will do this. Clocks stay high. It will keep performance low unless I reboot.

I'm inclined to think it's power related but I would've thought my psu would be OK. Psu calculator with oc settings estimates 568w full load usage and its an evga 750 g2.

Let me know if u want any more details.

Ok, what is your CPU and is it OCed.

So your OC mode boost but with 1.063V. Then it maybe throttles on Volta. Try to put it to OC mode, and push Voltage slider a little bit foward, like plus 10/20 and check if your Voltage goes up in GPU-Z.

It is possible that your card have unstable high core clock because it doesn't have enough voltage to keep it there. Simillar to CPU clocks and Core Voltage. Although Pascals do not like more voltage like Maxwells, it varies from chip to chip so try give it a little more power. Little by little till in your GPU-Z your Voltage won't go up one bin for your max clock.
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post #259 of 1118
Well, got my card. Kinda a dud. First card I've ever owned with choil whine, or at least, fist I've ever owned with coil whine bad enough for me to notice. Thankfully I' sitting far enough from my case that I can tune it out and ignore it. The other negative is I can't do better than 2037mhz on the core and 12.4ghz on the ram redface.gif

Waiting on the other to come in to test SLi. Overall my FE card was a better clocker, and this is ovbiously slower than the TXp. But the noise levels are good.

Dunno if I'll take the cooler off and try to rig it with my hybrid cooler. I think my pump in that is going bad, was seeing load temps with the TXp up to 77c the other night. a week prior it wouldn't ever get over 52c... mad.gif

Anyway, dunno how to feel with the Aorus yet.
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If the card is unstable in factory OC - do I have the possibility to change the card? Gigabyte guarantees that the card runs in OC mode?
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