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Old 01-30-2019, 11:39 PM
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Why don't you simply set a custom fan curve under msi afterburner?
I don't use afterburner and the fan speed is -30% in the BIOS, AB can't do anything about it.
I seriously hate what they did do this arch. [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/rolleyes.gif[/IMG]
I have the same problem. I can't use it. The MSI F30 is power limited on my card, unusable as well. Will try the Strix again.
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Hi everyone. I am thinking about moving from my 980 ti to a gtx 1080 card and if possible I would like to get the fastest(or rather one of the fastest) from the start for overclocking potential to close the gap between the 1080 and 1080 ti. The 1080 cards on average are going around 300-350$ on ebay and that seems like a pretty good price.

I was just curious if some of you could chime in on what 1080 card you have and what kind of max over clocks you have achieved.
I've mentioned the G1 and FTW already, Depending on where you live Palit and Galax also have similar GPUs.
If you can find a Windforce card it can be flashed to a G1 but the G1's are a higher bin.
Not sure what your budget is but:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/1477...ga-1080ti.html

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incredible how much mhz some guys can already achieve without a voltage increase. my palit superjetstream keeps 2063-2076/5505 @ 1,081/1,093. with that asus t4 mod bios i could achieve after days of testing, 2114-2126/5505 @ 1,31v. that's my 24/7 gaming setup, 100% stable, running @ ~+60-70°C [temp target +70°C, so fans go ~70-100%). can't hold 2150-2164 100% stable, not even with higher voltages. only good to pass benchmarks :/
but yeah, never recognized that i ran into power limits with my palit superjetstream default bios with oc in afterburner. if that was the case, with the t4 mod bios it isn't anymore ^^

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Actually, using my stock bios, stock cooler on my FE card, it runs rock stable at [email protected] without throttling. This is why tweaking the bios is just a hobby to me, I wanted to see the limits of the card.
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Just thought I’d ask a question since I just bought a 1080 SC from ebay to replace my aging 290X (haven’t received it yet though) but I hear about 99.9% of 1080’s will roughly hit 2GHz with little to no effort, is that true? Just curious because that’s about where my goal is as far as overclocking it will go.

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Just thought I’d ask a question since I just bought a 1080 SC from ebay to replace my aging 290X (haven’t received it yet though) but I hear about 99.9% of 1080’s will roughly hit 2GHz with little to no effort, is that true? Just curious because that’s about where my goal is as far as overclocking it will go.
I think most of them hit between 2 and 2.1Ghz. If you're lucky your card hits 2.2Ghz.
I'm one of the lucky ones. Got my card to 2254 on the Asus T4 bios on water. Now I'm back to the Palit Jetstream Bios as it crashes in the game I play (iRacing) when I'm at 2.2Ghz, and the Palit has a bit better performance with lower clocks. It just can't hit the 1.2volts like the T4 bios does. As I went to the Palit bios today I've not yet tested it to the limit, but it does [email protected] stable. Memory I've kept at 5700 for now.

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Just thought I’d ask a question since I just bought a 1080 SC from ebay to replace my aging 290X (haven’t received it yet though) but I hear about 99.9% of 1080’s will roughly hit 2GHz with little to no effort, is that true? Just curious because that’s about where my goal is as far as overclocking it will go.
My SC only runs 1990 100% stable. Sadly the cooler even at 100% fan speed will keep the core in the 70s under 100% load so the boost just trails off into 1960mhz where it stays.
I had better results with the Palit BIOS but since the fans for that card were much slower the BIOS prevented the fans from going to 100%, it was closer to 70% and it ran very hot like that. I don't know what the next best BIOS would be to try on a reference card though. I'd steal Jensen's jacket to enable custom BIOS again.

I miss OCing in the BIOS so much, my 980 couldn't OC very far (+40-60Mhz) with AB but after modding the stock BIOS it would run just under 1500mhz 100% stable.

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My SC only runs 1990 100% stable. Sadly the cooler even at 100% fan speed will keep the core in the 70s under 100% load so the boost just trails off into 1960mhz where it stays.
I had better results with the Palit BIOS but since the fans for that card were much slower the BIOS prevented the fans from going to 100%, it was closer to 70% and it ran very hot like that. I don't know what the next best BIOS would be to try on a reference card though. I'd steal Jensen's jacket to enable custom BIOS again.

I miss OCing in the BIOS so much, my 980 couldn't OC very far (+40-60Mhz) with AB but after modding the stock BIOS it would run just under 1500mhz 100% stable.
I mean I am debating on throwing my Kraken G10 and Corsair H75 on there which is currently cooling my 290X, but if I do that it leaves the 290X without a cooler as I lost some of the parts to its stock cooler. Reason that is an issue is because I had planned on moving it to my 790i board with my Core 2 Extreme as it would be a heck of an upgrade form 660 SLI. I may try flashing a BIOS from a higher clocked model and see what happens, but I've always been skeptical of cross vendor flashes.

Edit: Do you think a Founders Edition bios would allow for a higher fan curve or would it be about the same? I would think it would allow for it to go higher but I could see Nvidia limiting it because blower coolers can get loud af ex: my Galaxy blower model 660 at 100% sounds a lot like a jet turbine.

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I mean I am debating on throwing my Kraken G10 and Corsair H75 on there which is currently cooling my 290X, but if I do that it leaves the 290X without a cooler as I lost some of the parts to its stock cooler. Reason that is an issue is because I had planned on moving it to my 790i board with my Core 2 Extreme as it would be a heck of an upgrade form 660 SLI. I may try flashing a BIOS from a higher clocked model and see what happens, but I've always been skeptical of cross vendor flashes.

Edit: Do you think a Founders Edition bios would allow for a higher fan curve or would it be about the same? I would think it would allow for it to go higher but I could see Nvidia limiting it because blower coolers can get loud af ex: my Galaxy blower model 660 at 100% sounds a lot like a jet turbine.
Well the SC has a good default fan profile IMO, it's a pretty quiet card. Not sure what the fan parameters are on the FE cards but it would have the same TDP as the SC has already so you'd only be in it for the fan profile...I think blowers are lower RPM but I;m not 100%. You can cross flash but I'm pretty sure it only works if you have a reference design and flash a reference design. I'm pretty sure all 8 pin 1080s are reference as well, some do have different video outputs though so if you used one of those you'd probably loose one of the DP ports.


I'm actually fine with the GTX1080 >/=2000Mhz, runs 1440p really well. Adding 100Mhz would only be a 5% difference in speed and would equate to a smaller percentage increase in games. The extra TDP gave me an extra 300 points in superposition medium even though it was thermal throttling (and I don't mean loosing boost lol). 300 is a lot in that bench.

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I think most of them hit between 2 and 2.1Ghz. If you're lucky your card hits 2.2Ghz.
I'm one of the lucky ones. Got my card to 2254 on the Asus T4 bios on water. Now I'm back to the Palit Jetstream Bios as it crashes in the game I play (iRacing) when I'm at 2.2Ghz, and the Palit has a bit better performance with lower clocks. It just can't hit the 1.2volts like the T4 bios does. As I went to the Palit bios today I've not yet tested it to the limit, but it does [email protected] stable. Memory I've kept at 5700 for now.
Hello, indeed you're lucky.
Previously I said I could reach 2.15Ghz with my 1080FE. in fact that not stable. The maximum frequency I can get is 2.08Ghz. But that's exactly like a wall. At this frequency, it is rock stable. If I add 25Mhz, it crashes quickly under some games, even if I keep the GPU cool in a cold room.
after some googling, it looks like the 1070, 1080 and 1080Ti have this 2080Mhz wall. Many people are stuck at this frequency, and several people mention a wall, but never explain how. If somebody know the reason... It seems to be something else than the silicium lottery.
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