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post #17681 of 17735 (permalink) Old 02-07-2019, 03:45 AM
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What a pity that i dont have a Watercooled Card but instead a Waterchilled Card
Even better!
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Even better!
Thanks for the info but i pass, too many things to do and i dont understand the whole process.

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Thanks for the info but i pass, too many things to do and i dont understand the whole process.
Download a bios file, use nvflash to extract and save your current bios, flash it with nvflash, shut computer off cold, do cold boot, boot up, enjoy?

It's no different than flashing any other nvidia card. There should be a link to nvflash and the bios file in the first post there.

If it's not there I can fetch you direct links to it.
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Download a bios file, flash it with nvflash, shut computer off cold, do cold boot, boot up, enjoy?
what is it all this?

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It's no different than flashing any other nvidia card.
I have never done it before

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what is it all this?

Here:<snip>

I have never done it before
Sorry.. I didn't mean to insult your intelligence in any way. I was just assuming (wrongly apparently) that if you had went so far as to build a chilled water setup for your video card, that you probably were in to flashing cards and such.. that's more of an unusually extreme user scenario thing.

The walkthrough video seems pretty straight forward to me, other than they forgot the step where you do nvflash --save file.rom and extract your factory bios that you can use to restore it later if you want.

Which part do you not understand?

Also booting in to safe mode and uninstalling drivers with DDU is a pretty standard process.
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Sorry.. I didn't mean to insult your intelligence in any way. I was just assuming (wrongly apparently) that if you had went so far as to build a chilled water setup for your video card, that you probably were in to flashing cards and such.. that's more of an unusually extreme user scenario thing.

The walkthrough video seems pretty straight forward to me, other than they forgot the step where you do nvflash --save file.rom and extract your factory bios that you can use to restore it later if you want.

Which part do you not understand?

Also booting in to safe mode and uninstalling drivers with DDU is a pretty standard process.


No offense taken.

I have been building PCs and Overclocking for almost 25 years but i never tried flashing a card because I have always been more focused on CPU and Ram Overclock, however i watched the video again and i got it except the part you mentioned:
( they forgot the step where you do nvflash --save file.rom and extract your factory bios that you can use to restore it later if you want.)

Don't worry about DDU, i have used it many times

Please send me the link for the Bios.

Thanks in advance.

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No offense taken.

I have been building PCs and Overclocking for almost 25 years but i never tried flashing a card because I have always been more focused on CPU and Ram Overclock, however i watched the video again and i got it except the part you mentioned:
( they forgot the step where you do nvflash --save file.rom and extract your factory bios that you can use to restore it later if you want.)

Don't worry about DDU, i have used it many times

Please send me the link for the Bios.

Thanks in advance.
Here's a direct link to the XOC Bios file: https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%...&action=locate

I can see why you would have trouble finding it, the original link went to some forums that don't exist anymore.
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Just caught up on this thread, thinking about putting my waternlock on my 1080ti sc card when I get back from my holiday.

I remember seeing linus use an active fiber thunderbolt cable and a breakout box to send displayport and usb etc from his pc closet to his desk in his own home, and even had gsync working over it.

edit: did some googling on that thundebolt passthrough setup.. you need a thunderbolt card in the pc which you connect your videocards displayport to, the cable used was a 30ft one from corning and the thunderbolt breakout box is made by elgato.


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Thanks to MSI Afterburner OC scanner im now part of the 10,000 Superposition club !10,049 when the best i was able to manage on my own OC was 9996 !
Even though my OC was +136 the scanner did +137 but instead of just doing the slider it seems to do it across the whole curve . I added my memory OC (+440) and superposition pops out 10,049
Here is the scanner in action in case anyone is interested .
Even my Firestrike and Timespy scores are higher !!
I've had this Galax 1080Ti EXOC since june 2017 and never gone this high in benchmarks ! I always run a undervolt [email protected] for my daily but had thi OC just for benching.https://www.3dmark.com/fs/18218051
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Thanks to MSI Afterburner OC scanner im now part of the 10,000 Superposition club !10,049 when the best i was able to manage on my own OC was 9996 !
Even though my OC was +136 the scanner did +137 but instead of just doing the slider it seems to do it across the whole curve . I added my memory OC (+440) and superposition pops out 10,049
Here is the scanner in action in case anyone is interested .
Even my Firestrike and Timespy scores are higher !!
I've had this Galax 1080Ti EXOC since june 2017 and never gone this high in benchmarks ! I always run a undervolt [email protected] for my daily but had thi OC just for benching.https://www.3dmark.com/fs/18218051
That's not even a 1080 Ti in the thumbnail and clickbait thumbnails are terrible.. I would of thought of clicking but not after seeing that.
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