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post #18001 of 18054 (permalink) Old 06-03-2019, 11:59 PM
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Hello. Is XOC bios from first post still best for watercooled 1080 ti fe or are there better options?
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Hello. Is XOC bios from first post still best for watercooled 1080 ti fe or are there better options?
Apparently yes.. as long as you have a new card and only intend to use it for 12-14 months.
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Apparently yes.. as long as you have a new card and only intend to use it for 12-14 months.
Why is that? Could there be any problems due to this bios? What then to flash for long-term use?
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Why is that? Could there be any problems due to this bios? What then to flash for long-term use?
My 1080 Ti suffered degradation after running XOC bios daily @ 1.200v core voltage for 17 months. I didn't fry it totally. But I did do some damage to it. Even if I removed the software overclock (completely just stopped loading MSI Afterburner at all on start up so it never applied any kind of overclock) the card still would just completely crash to desktop instantly in any game I tried under any load and wouldn't do anything, when running on the XOC Bios. I had to flash back to the stock bios and reduce the overclock to get it to still run now.
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My 1080 Ti suffered degradation after running XOC bios daily @ 1.200v core voltage for 17 months. I didn't fry it totally. But I did do some damage to it. Even if I removed the software overclock (completely just stopped loading MSI Afterburner at all on start up so it never applied any kind of overclock) the card still would just completely crash to desktop instantly in any game I tried under any load and wouldn't do anything, when running on the XOC Bios. I had to flash back to the stock bios and reduce the overclock to get it to still run now.
I'm curious, what kind of stable overclock can you maintain now with the stock bios?

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XOC is fine, as long as you limit the voltage to 1.093V and just use the "no power limit" feeling.

Like kithylin said, 1.2V is not healthy on the long turn

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Quote: Originally Posted by Cryptedvick View Post
I'm curious, what kind of stable overclock can you maintain now with the stock bios?
With XOC I was able to run it at 2126 Mhz @ 1.200v (and yes my card needed that voltage to do it... it wouldn't run 2100+ Mhz at all without it) and +700 memory. Now on stock bios it runs 2012 - 2025 Mhz and I can still keep the +700 memory. So not terrible. So far it's been okay for a few months like this.

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oh, apparently it requires an oscillator and some soldering? (did a quic kgooglefu)

https://arstechnica.com/civis/viewto...p?f=7&t=566930

I guess it would depend on the fan type, above is for PWM i assume...

however, I'd assume most cards use PWM fans these days.

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Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
With XOC I was able to run it at 2126 Mhz @ 1.200v (and yes my card needed that voltage to do it... it wouldn't run 2100+ Mhz at all without it) and +700 memory. Now on stock bios it runs 2012 - 2088 Mhz and I can still keep the +700 memory. So not terrible. So far it's been okay for a few months like this.
Well thats pretty good actually. Well within the average for most 1080Ti's. Max I can do on my MSI is 2063Mhz at 1.093v.

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Well thats pretty good actually. Well within the average for most 1080Ti's. Max I can do on my MSI is 2063Mhz at 1.093v.
I have the MSI 1080Ti Duke, I can squeeze 2152 out of it, but it takes 1.2V to do it and I have to reduce memory speed by 253Mhz.
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