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I'd try this, bro.



Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Palit BIOS confirmed working on a Gigabyte 1080 Ti FE.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191499/palit-gtx1080ti-11264-170331

350W power limit, 100 points more in Time Spy than any other BIOS I've tried. Getting 2052 core at 1.025v and not crashing, had to do 1.050v before. cheers.gif

And getting 2100 core sustained in Heaven at 1.093v, no power limiting. Best I could do since Windows 10 Creator Updater was 2088 1.093v. biggrin.gif

And not power limiting at 1.025v. band.gif

My new go to BIOS!! biggrin.gif

You're using a non-gigabyte BIOS and getting better results on the Aorus 1080ti?
    
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Ok so I've read through this thread and just have a question. I got my aorus 1080ti non extreme about 3 days ago. I've flashed it to the f4 bios. With 150% power Target and 90 degree temp Target and a custom fan curve I am able to reach a 110 MHz core offset in aorus software and a 1244 MHz memory offset. That brings my boost clock to 1793 and the memory to 12254 (according to aorus software) no voltage tweaks or nothing. Perfectly stable. In 4k SuPo clocks start at 2075 but quickly ticks down to 2012 due to high temps. (Score in 4k SuPo is 10120) At stock the card hits about 68 degrees under 4k SuPo load and overclocked it hits 80-82 degrees with stock fan curve and 74-78 with fans at 100%. Now I've ordered some thermal grizzly kryonaut and hope to reduce temps with that but can anyone show a picture or have a link that shows the best way to apply it? (Stuffs expensive wanna do it right the first time.) Also if I apply the kryo and temps don't go below 70 should I keep it due to excellent overclock or rma it because of temps?
Edited by Sadystic - 4/24/17 at 3:03pm
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Ok so I've read through this thread and just have a question. I got my aorus 1080ti non extreme about 3 days ago. I've flashed it to the f4 bios. With 150% power Target and 90 degree temp Target and a custom fan curve I am able to reach a 110 MHz core offset in aorus software and a 1244 MHz memory offset. That brings my boost clock to 1793 and the memory to 12254 (according to aorus software) no voltage tweaks or nothing. Perfectly stable. In 4k SuPo clocks start at 2075 but quickly ticks down to 2012 due to high temps. (Score in 4k SuPo is 10120) At stock the card hits about 68 degrees under 4k SuPo load and overclocked it hits 80-82 degrees with stock fan curve and 74-78 with fans at 100%. Now I've ordered some thermal grizzly kryonaut and hope to reduce temps with that but can anyone show a picture or have a link that shows the best way to apply it? (Stuffs expensive wanna do it right the first time.) Also if I apply the kryo and temps don't go below 70 should I keep it due to excellent overclock or rma it because of temps?

What fan speed are you running? BTW while the F4 BIOS has a 150% power limit it still is the same wattage as the F3 with 125% power limit which is 375w. The F4 runs a lower default wattage than the F3 which is why you get the 150% power target. Those temps seem really off. You have an Aorus. If you haven't already, bump the fan speed up to 100% locked. Max temps I see in bechmarks is 55C, but during normal gaming I'm around 40C-45C.

As for the application, you want to spread it across the entire GPU core. It's not like a CPU where you just put a pea sized drop on the heat sink and install the the cooler. I personally use a little thermal paste spreader that came with some Gelid paste I bought a while back. Works fantastic. All you want is a thin layer covering the entire GPU core. Once the waterblock is released I'm going to be using the Kryonaut paste on the core and Fujipoly Extreme pads on the memory and chokes.
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You're using a non-gigabyte BIOS and getting better results on the Aorus 1080ti?
no no no, i was just copy/pasting Kedar Wolf's post. Although what you are saying would be possible, this PCB is quite a bit different thant he other models so for us it's a no go. But for folks on the FE, that is the BIOS to try. And the MSI seahawk uses a stock reference PCB, or very similar, iirc, so that's why it ended up in this thread as I was quoting a guy with one of those.
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Ok so I've read through this thread and just have a question. I got my aorus 1080ti non extreme about 3 days ago. I've flashed it to the f4 bios. With 150% power Target and 90 degree temp Target and a custom fan curve I am able to reach a 110 MHz core offset in aorus software and a 1244 MHz memory offset. That brings my boost clock to 1793 and the memory to 12254 (according to aorus software) no voltage tweaks or nothing. Perfectly stable. In 4k SuPo clocks start at 2075 but quickly ticks down to 2012 due to high temps. (Score in 4k SuPo is 10120) At stock the card hits about 68 degrees under 4k SuPo load and overclocked it hits 80-82 degrees with stock fan curve and 74-78 with fans at 100%. Now I've ordered some thermal grizzly kryonaut and hope to reduce temps with that but can anyone show a picture or have a link that shows the best way to apply it? (Stuffs expensive wanna do it right the first time.) Also if I apply the kryo and temps don't go below 70 should I keep it due to excellent overclock or rma it because of temps?
it's easy. stuff spreads really well with the tip it comes with in the bag. you want full coverage, pretty thin. a little extra is better than not enough, but try to keep it fully covered as you can, but thin as you can within reason. When you reapply the plate, press down and hold it right there. try to get the holes for the springloaded screws lined up first try, and hold it with your off hand while you screw the first couple screws in. easy peasy, really. dont monkey tighten those screws, either just till the stop, no more. It'll help temps a lot.
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What fan speed are you running? BTW while the F4 BIOS has a 150% power limit it still is the same wattage as the F3 with 125% power limit which is 375w. The F4 runs a lower default wattage than the F3 which is why you get the 150% power target. Those temps seem really off. You have an Aorus. If you haven't already, bump the fan speed up to 100% locked. Max temps I see in bechmarks is 55C, but during normal gaming I'm around 40C-45C.

As for the application, you want to spread it across the entire GPU core. It's not like a CPU where you just put a pea sized drop on the heat sink and install the the cooler. I personally use a little thermal paste spreader that came with some Gelid paste I bought a while back. Works fantastic. All you want is a thin layer covering the entire GPU core. Once the waterblock is released I'm going to be using the Kryonaut paste on the core and Fujipoly Extreme pads on the memory and chokes.
this. i had such good luck on the F3 bios, i never tried the other. Im good at 2088 :_p
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What fan speed are you running? BTW while the F4 BIOS has a 150% power limit it still is the same wattage as the F3 with 125% power limit which is 375w. The F4 runs a lower default wattage than the F3 which is why you get the 150% power target. Those temps seem really off. You have an Aorus. If you haven't already, bump the fan speed up to 100% locked. Max temps I see in bechmarks is 55C, but during normal gaming I'm around 40C-45C.

As for the application, you want to spread it across the entire GPU core. It's not like a CPU where you just put a pea sized drop on the heat sink and install the the cooler. I personally use a little thermal paste spreader that came with some Gelid paste I bought a while back. Works fantastic. All you want is a thin layer covering the entire GPU core. Once the waterblock is released I'm going to be using the Kryonaut paste on the core and Fujipoly Extreme pads on the memory and chokes.

I guess u missed it in the original post but I'm running 100 percent fan speed just to get 74 to 78 degrees at full 4k SuPo load. `yea its an aorus 1080 ti non extreme. if I could get your temps id be damn near 2100 mhz.
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I guess u missed it in the original post but I'm running 100 percent fan speed just to get 74 to 78 degrees at full 4k SuPo load. `yea its an aorus 1080 ti non extreme. if I could get your temps id be damn near 2100 mhz.
Im guessing you have a terrible paste job, or perhaps a stuffy case cooling situation? Before Kryo I hit 71c max. after kryo i never cross 61c, in supo 4k op.
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Im guessing you have a terrible paste job, or perhaps a stuffy case cooling situation? Before Kryo I hit 71c max. after kryo i never cross 61c, in supo 4k op.

seems to be. just gotta wait on this kryonaut. but lets say I apply kryonaut and temps don't drop by much. would you keep the card because of excellent overclocking and run those high temps until you could throw it on a waterblock (which probably wont be awhile for me. priorities) or would you rma it and possibly get a cooler running card that may not overclock that well? some of the horror stories on here frighten me. can you elaborate a lil on stuffy case situation? i have a masterbox5 2 120mm intakes at full speed and 1 120mm exhaust at full speed and a cpu heat sink 90 mm i believe (cryorig m9i) running about 1400 rpm on pwm functionality. ambient temps in house are about 60 to 70 farenheight. i try to make sure it has room to breath
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seems to be. just gotta wait on this kryonaut. but lets say I apply kryonaut and temps don't drop by much. would you keep the card because of excellent overclocking and run those high temps until you could throw it on a waterblock (which probably wont be awhile for me. priorities) or would you rma it and possibly get a cooler running card that may not overclock that well? some of the horror stories on here frighten me. can you elaborate a lil on stuffy case situation? i have a masterbox5 2 120mm intakes at full speed and 1 120mm exhaust at full speed and a cpu heat sink 90 mm i believe (cryorig m9i) running about 1400 rpm on pwm functionality. ambient temps in house are about 60 to 70 farenheight. i try to make sure it has room to breath
best way to test that case situation is take the window off and see how much temps drop. ~5c or so is normal. If it's like 10c+, you may wanna consider a second exhaust maybe, or make sure your flow is good.

Those temps really arent dangerous, though. Also, I have NO doubt you'll see at least a 6c benefit from the kryo. I suspect more like 8-10c like the guys who had really bad paste jobs. So, you'll be in the 60s and happy i bet. Plus, supo 4k gets hotter than most games, fwtw.
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