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post #1981 of 2012 (permalink) Old 03-07-2019, 07:37 PM
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is there any performance difference between strix oc bios and XOC bios? i mean score per clock speed, how much i understrood, xoc is same like strix oc bios just with lifted power limit and wider voltage play area.
And along with no power limit literally means exactly that... potentially to extremes. You're also able to pull power well beyond nvidia's safe specifications for these cards to potentially damaging them if you're not careful.
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And along with no power limit literally means exactly that... potentially to extremes. You're also able to pull power well beyond nvidia's safe specifications for these cards to potentially damaging them if you're not careful.
yes, im not asking this cause i consider flashing it, im just curious. power limits are there for a reason
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Mine is on water also, and run it at Core +60 - Mem +450 - Voltage untouched (probably could go higher?, not tried, as its rock stable, and I'm happy with that result)

Temps 22 idle - 36 load.

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I gave the Kingpin BIOS a try, it gave me another +150 on mem, but core still won't budge past +10-20 at 1.093v. One thing I noticed is that power usage went way up, I'm not sure to what end though, since the clocks are the same.

Wondering if one of the other BIOS might do better, or is Kingpin the be-all-end-all?
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yes, im not asking this cause i consider flashing it, im just curious. power limits are there for a reason
That said I've been running the XOC unlimited bios on my 1080 Ti now and have it water cooled and overclocked to 2126 Mhz core, +700 memory and 1.200v core voltage every day for daily usage since a few weeks after I bought it in September 2017. So far in all this time I've had zero issues. But then again I'm using a custom water loop on mine and I can keep it less than 60c at all times, and typically below 50c (usually in the 30-38c range gaming) most of the time. It seems to be perfectly fine to use as long as you bear in mind to use some sort of "Sync" (Gsync or Vsync) to keep the card limited at all times in games and you can keep it cool enough. And don't do anything stupid with it like furmark or playing a game with vsync off and standing in a corner staring out at the horizon for example.
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I put the FTW3 backplate back on my card last night, and when I booted up and loaded my Afterburner profile, I'm no longer stable. Has anyone else experienced this? Is the power pulled from the backplate LED significant enough to destabilize overclocks?
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If you are at the absolute limit of what the power circuits can do, maybe.

I doubt it however.

Please make sure the thermal pads are correctly aligned and there's no components touching the backplate. A SMD cap touching may not instantly go BOOM (depending on what circuit it is part of) but could cause instability.

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If you are at the absolute limit of what the power circuits can do, maybe.

I doubt it however.

Please make sure the thermal pads are correctly aligned and there's no components touching the backplate. A SMD cap touching may not instantly go BOOM (depending on what circuit it is part of) but could cause instability.
I'll take it back off tonight and see if I had any bad contact.

I had 2037 core stable before, now 2037 instantly crashes and 2025 is stable. Memory the same, +800/+800
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Okay, so at the same clockspeeds would I get better performance with Arctic Storm BIOS than XOC? Yes, I know I can't raise the voltage over 1.093V on Arctic Storm but I only want to use XOC for benching anyways. I don't really need 1.2V for gaming. I apologise for asking the same question in so many different ways. Just want to get higher power limit without a performance penalty and not to lose the 3rd DP if possible. Thanks

Maxwell was basically the last "good" gen from Nvidia. Editing a custom BIOS for 1500MHz+ clocks was as simple as it could.

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Okay, so at the same clockspeeds would I get better performance with Arctic Storm BIOS than XOC? Yes, I know I can't raise the voltage over 1.093V on Arctic Storm but I only want to use XOC for benching anyways. I don't really need 1.2V for gaming. I apologise for asking the same question in so many different ways. Just want to get higher power limit without a performance penalty and not to lose the 3rd DP if possible. Thanks

Maxwell was basically the last "good" gen from Nvidia. Editing a custom BIOS for 1500MHz+ clocks was as simple as it could.
Depends on the card(s) and silicon lotto. Most of the time you won't be able to hit the same clocks stable on a normal bios without 1.200v & no power limits that XOC provides so the point is kind of moot. Like my 1080 Ti runs at 1900 core & +400 memory max on either stock EVGA bios or any other power-limited bios and 2126 & +700 all the time on XOC.
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Depends on the card(s) and silicon lotto. Most of the time you won't be able to hit the same clocks stable on a normal bios without 1.200v & no power limits that XOC provides so the point is kind of moot. Like my 1080 Ti runs at 1900 core & +400 memory max on either stock EVGA bios or any other power-limited bios and 2126 & +700 all the time on XOC.
My Strix OC runs at 2075-85 / 12000 mem on stock BIOS. If we consider that clock for clock the XOC is a bit slow what frequency should it hit so that the XOC BIOS flashing is justified and show a reasonable performance difference. I did not know that XOC is slower on the same clocks.

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