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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

it says 86.02.39.00.57
It's the F3 Bios

Edit: that's the F4
Thanks for the info. By the way, according to Gigabyte's website, it is the F3 BIOS: http://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-11GD#support-dl
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i got you bro. this keeps you at 37c and still lets it go silent, also keeps temps low at load.

Thanks for this. Great for idle but do you have a less aggressive one for games? Fans become way too loud in game in a silent case. Using MSI Afterburner and applied the +25 core clock (OC Mode) scared to increase it above the Gigabyte Aorus set ones lol. So power limit, memory clock are defaults.
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Regarding the F3 vs F4 bios discrepency. It seems that .57 at the end is for the regular Aorus F3 bios, .50 at the end for extreme Aorus F3 bios. Even the F4 bios has different end values

Regular:




Extreme:




Power EDIT: Maybe..just maybe, if the Aorus Extreme owners would flash the F3 bios of the regular Aorus (with .57 end), it may result in clocks similar to us (arguably superior) regular Aorus owners. Anyone willing to do the deed?

The flash tool doesn't let you.
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Don't know if it was mentioned here yet, but the Aorus Graphic Engine tool has been updated. It looks like they have changed the clock settings for at least the OC mode. Not sure if any other changes were made. The LED settings option still don't show up for me. It appears they conflict with the CAM software for my NZXT cooler.
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

crazy huh? tell me how.

Actually, I just looked and I think we have the same BIOS. 86.02.39.00.57. I have the 125% slider. Didn't we both get our cards around the same time right at release? We also have similar performance. Is that the BIOS number that you have? BTW if you need to dump a BIOS (I always make a backup of mine) you go into GPU-Z and then next to your BIOS version. There will be a little arrow next to it. Click that to dump the BIOS. Your screen will flicker which is completely normal.
post #686 of 1061
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Originally Posted by QuietKungFu View Post

Don't know if it was mentioned here yet, but the Aorus Graphic Engine tool has been updated. It looks like they have changed the clock settings for at least the OC mode. Not sure if any other changes were made. The LED settings option still don't show up for me. It appears they conflict with the CAM software for my NZXT cooler.

What version of Aorus do you have? How did they change clock settings in OC mode?
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the Aorus Graphic Engine tool has been updated.



Can't even get the damn thing to find updates. Fails all the time. I'm guessing you downloaded it from the Asus website? None of the update options work for me in their CP app.
post #688 of 1061
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Completely agree.

I would like to highlight to those who has issues with increasing power limit and thermal limit and crashing that the most likely reason is that you are using the Gigabyte Aorus Software. It does not necessarily mean your chip is ****. I moved to Afterburner after crashing with the Aorus software and it works perfectly with my max power limit and thermal limit now. But I run my fans at 100% when I max out the power limit and thermal limit as that is sure to heat up the card.

I am on F4 bios which I erroneously flashed thinking it was better before finding out about this thread online but I did not bother to flash back to F3. I can run 125% power limit and 87 degrees thermal limit with my Slack's fan profile and it is tremendously stable in games. I played Battlefront 3 hours straight and absolutely no crashes and I consistently boost > 2,000 Mhz with peak boost at 2,037.5 Mhz.

I urge everyone who has issues to switch to Afterburner as the Aorus Engine software is absolute crap. And it takes up so much CPU usage that that itself could be the cause of crashes.

Cheers!
im glad it worked out for you. i do like my fan profile. 37c idle at Fanstop, and powers up before each temp that triggers a bin drop. Best I can come up with.
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This autoupdate never worked for me. Just uninstall it, download and install 1.06 from gigabyte website. I sent back my Xtreme version yesterday since it was unstable in OC mode...I never tried 1.06. I wonder if new version fixed unstability in OC mode.
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Can't even get the damn thing to find updates. Fails all the time. I'm guessing you downloaded it from the Asus website? None of the update options work for me in their CP app.

This autoupdate never worked for me. Just uninstall it, download and install 1.06 from gigabyte website. I sent back my Xtreme version yesterday since it was unstable in OC mode...I never tried 1.06. I wonder if new version fixed unstability in OC mode.
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Regarding the F3 vs F4 bios discrepency. It seems that .57 at the end is for the regular Aorus F3 bios, .50 at the end for extreme Aorus F3 bios. Even the F4 bios has different end values

Regular:




Extreme:




Power EDIT: Maybe..just maybe, if the Aorus Extreme owners would flash the F3 bios of the regular Aorus (with .57 end), it may result in clocks similar to us (arguably superior) regular Aorus owners. Anyone willing to do the deed?
THAT makes so much more sense!
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Thanks for the info. By the way, according to Gigabyte's website, it is the F3 BIOS: http://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-11GD#support-dl
Google lied to me. I was beginning to think that I had lost my mind.
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Thanks for this. Great for idle but do you have a less aggressive one for games? Fans become way too loud in game in a silent case. Using MSI Afterburner and applied the +25 core clock (OC Mode) scared to increase it above the Gigabyte Aorus set ones lol. So power limit, memory clock are defaults.
try just topping it off at 80%. I will say, though, that I found the difference in performance for 80% fans to 100% fans to be far more of an improvemnet than you'd expect for 20% fan increase. It hits some sort of a sweet spot of cooling ability there. Since my case isnt silent, (I use noctua F-12 industrials on custom curves) , 100% almost perfectly matches my noctua's at 1500Mhz. And when my cpu gets over about 60c the noctua's kick up to over 2000 and are louder. It only happens in burntests (thank god), but when those noctua's kick up to 3000Mhz (at 79c on cpu) they sound like a ps4 with the fan glitch lol.

I would recommend upping the power slider to max, that wont hurt you at all, it doesnt mean , like, "full power", it just lets the card stretch it's legs as needed, totally safe at 125%. then, on memory, unless you see some crazy artifacting (you'll know it if you see it, trust me), you can easily hold about +180 on them in afterburner settings, and that gets you over the 500Gb bandwidth mark, so it should be well fed at that #.
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Actually, I just looked and I think we have the same BIOS. 86.02.39.00.57. I have the 125% slider. Didn't we both get our cards around the same time right at release? We also have similar performance. Is that the BIOS number that you have? BTW if you need to dump a BIOS (I always make a backup of mine) you go into GPU-Z and then next to your BIOS version. There will be a little arrow next to it. Click that to dump the BIOS. Your screen will flicker which is completely normal.
yeah, i had "known" all this time I had f3 bios, up until i copy/pasted that very number into google and it said F4 bios :/, weirdo google.

Yeah, I ordered mine from Newegg on release day at about 10am Central standard time that morning, and as I recall you did the same. Neither of us woke up expecting it to be in stock lol. We got gooduns.
Edited by Slackaveli - 5/4/17 at 3:11pm
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