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post #41 of 2045 (permalink) Old 04-06-2017, 12:16 AM
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It could, no risk in trying. I'm up from 2062 to 2100 core my 24/7 overclock. biggrin.gif

I'm testing out the Aorus BIOS as soon as I can get it too. smile.gif

So did you already test Aorus BIOS?
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post #42 of 2045 (permalink) Old 04-06-2017, 12:57 AM
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Aorus BIOS dosnt work correctly on my Gigabyte 1080Ti, core clock is not stable and it's jumping from 900 to 1300 Mhz.
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There are 2 Aorus BIOSes on TPU with different MD5 checksums, did you try both?
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Aorus BIOS dosnt work correctly on my Gigabyte 1080Ti, core clock is not stable and it's jumping from 900 to 1300 Mhz.

Yeah i have tried them too and it does the same thing. only bios that sorta worked for me was the msi bios but i still got power throttling and it idled at 208Mhz instead of 138Mhz

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There are 2 Aorus BIOSes on TPU with different MD5 checksums, did you try both?
Yes,

Looks like Strix BIOS is best for now.
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Pity...No way how to mod BIOS manually with hexeditor just to increase PL?
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Not working too great for me keep hitting the power limit at a low clock/voltge. Not ever going over .9v but keeps hitting 115-120% tdp.
Thinking about doing the shunt mod to fix what do you guys think?
MSI 1080 TI FE w/ hybrid cooler.
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Not working too great for me keep hitting the power limit at a low clock/voltge. Not ever going over .9v 1800Mhz but keeps hitting 115-120% tdp.
Thinking about doing the shunt mod to fix what do you guys think?
MSI 1080 TI FE w/ hybrid cooler.
EDIT: I misread... ignore comment about pump, I see 44C in your picture.

On water, I'm running out of stable before I run out of voltage, power or temp. Less true if I OC memory - those 11Gs seem to add up quick on the heat front, but with "stock" (strix) memory speeds, the cards are crashing long before overheating or volting.

Something odd there...


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Could the pump be pulling all the extra power? Should i buy an adapter for the pump to run it straight to the psu? its connected between the fan and gpu right now.

Set the fan speed / pump to the min and it made no difference so im assuming it doesn't take much to run it?
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even tried the msi gaming x bios and it was the same and the fan at max was real slow as well then went back to stock and realized it still does it. Could this have anything to do with me using the 1080 hybrid kit on it not the ti one?(couldn't wait) **** im going to try routing the pump straight to the psu and have only the fan plugged into the card and see if it makes a difference.
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