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Here is my Aorus Graphics Engine:



Here is another user's AGE:




Has to be the software that is faulty.
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post #42 of 1165
I had the Xtreme variant for a couple of days. Flashed the F4 beta bios to get the 150% power limit and ran a bunch of OC configs using Afterburner 4.4.0 beta. Sadly, the card was even unstable when I just increased the power limit from 100 to 125% or higher while leaving everything else untouched. I also tested the Aorus Engine sofware (hint: don't forget to update to latest version!) where Gaming and OC mode also led to crashes.
post #43 of 1165
Can anyone confirm that the AORUS 1080ti NON extreme is voltage locked?

Even if you unlock the voltage slides in MSI afterburner it doesn't do anything to improve the OC
post #44 of 1165
Received the extreme yesterday and its boosts to 1987 out of the box. Power limit doesn't go past 125% and no matter how much i increase the core it stays put at 1987, any ideas?
post #45 of 1165
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Originally Posted by agentreza View Post

Received the extreme yesterday and its boosts to 1987 out of the box. Power limit doesn't go past 125% and no matter how much i increase the core it stays put at 1987, any ideas?

Update bios to F4 beta and use Afterburner 4.4.0 beta or update Aorus Engine to latest version.
post #46 of 1165
I have the beta bios and the power target only goes to 125%. Like mentioned in other you have to run "C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\NVSMI\nvidia-smi.exe" -q -d in command prompt and it will tell you the power settings, even with the same BIOs it seems like some cards have 250W +50% or 300W +25% so it is the same.
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Update bios to F4 beta and use Afterburner 4.4.0 beta or update Aorus Engine to latest version.

Thank you for responding. I will look into that and hopefully do not brick something in the process :/
post #48 of 1165
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Just an FYI for everyone, the BIOSes that are floating around for the Aorus XTreme and non-XTreme all have the same 375w maximum with the TDP slider set all the way to the right.

The ones with a +50% adjustment range have the stock FE 250w default TDP limit (this looks to be the BIOS that most of the reviewers got, and is the one posted to TechPowerUp's database)
The ones with a +25% adjustment range have a 300w default TDP limit, but adding +25% gives you the same 375w maximum.

So don't worry if your slider only goes up to +25%, you're actually better off out of the box anyway. smile.gif

So you are basically saying there is no point of flashing the bios?
post #49 of 1165
Probably more along the lines of don't flash if you are only trying to get the 150% power limit.
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I'm on my last airplane and then I have another hour ride home and then I can finally tear that box open and hopefully able to fit it right below my water cooled 980 Ti. I have no interest in draining the loop right now. I just want to slide it under the 980 Ti until the water block comes out. I have a feeling I'm going to run into issues though. Maybe I'll be the first person to use a 980 Ti as a physics card ha!
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