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Got my card today and I was really worried about the reports of faulty cards but I got lucky.

I was able to push the card to 1980-1962 and memory 500. But I wasn't happy with the core so I flashed the F3 Bios and did the custom voltage curve graph and got the core to 2037-2025 and memory to +575 (535gb/s effective) at 60 degrees with 100% fan speed during two instances of valley at 1440p. Really happy with the results.

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congrats, bro. very nice. F3 is the way to go, no doubt.
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For some reason, with the F3 or F4 BIOS my card won't even go up to 1.093v since I upgraded to the Beta Afterburner and started using the voltage curve. As soon as 3DMar starts running, the voltage goes up to 1.081v and stays there.
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Should I flash my bios, I'm still a bit confused on it. Currently with my extreme I have 350 mem and about 10 or 15 on core, 400 crashed me in 3dm. In Andromeda I'm sticking around mid 50s, occasionally hitting 60 degrees. 2037, 2025 2012 are my typical numbers, 2050 maybe when Temps get down enough.. But does my gpu sound like it definitely needs an F3 bios flash?
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congrats, bro. very nice. F3 is the way to go, no doubt.

Thanks man, I thought a Bios couldn't make a gpu better but now I'm a believer.
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i wondered why my Aorus doesnt downclock during idle/windows.
iam using 1440p and 144hz. is that the reason? (~1500mhz constantly).
on 1080p it clocks down to 250mhz...

is that normal? (tried different powersaving settings)

I have my screen at 165 and it downclocks idle. if not power settings in NCP, do you have a browser window open it clocks higher if you have on anything but optimal.

try rebooting.

very weird.
you use also 1440p?
which bios?

I tested 1440p with 120hz and it clocks down. but on 144hz it's using 1400-1500mhz still (also after reboot).
might try to ask gigabyte if it's fixable via bios update.
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congrats, bro. very nice. F3 is the way to go, no doubt.

So why use the F3 BIOS? I thought they are the same once you have the power limit maxed out?
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So why use the F3 BIOS? I thought they are the same once you have the power limit maxed out?
same max power limit but not same base power limit. the F3 is better for those looking to get over 2000Mhz and have the silicon lottery winner enough to do it. Those crashing in low 2000s should probably try the less aggressive F4 bios.
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i wondered why my Aorus doesnt downclock during idle/windows.
iam using 1440p and 144hz. is that the reason? (~1500mhz constantly).
on 1080p it clocks down to 250mhz...

is that normal? (tried different powersaving settings)

Do you have more than one monitor? I had the same issues with 2 monitors @ 144hz. Put my secondary monitor to 120hz with optimal (not maximum) on power management in Nvidia Control Panel, and it fixed the problem
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same max power limit but not same base power limit. the F3 is better for those looking to get over 2000Mhz and have the silicon lottery winner enough to do it. Those crashing in low 2000s should probably try the less aggressive F4 bios.

Yeah but, if you have the power slider maxed than its the same. I dont follow your logic frown.gif I agree there is a difference if you are running without touching any settings.
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