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post #421 of 449 (permalink) Old 10-08-2019, 08:16 AM
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Anyone flash the bios on the Zotac 2070 Super Twin Fan to unlock Power Limits?

Edit: Settles to 2070mhz and 7900 mhz memory once it's warmed up. Need more power and cooling.
I did. Flashed the AMP BIOS on my Twin Fan card so far mixed results, I don't really see an improvement with the extra power.

I uploaded the bios to TPU or If you want the easy way just use the update that Zotac posted on the AMP card https://www.zotac.com/download/media...20710D-10P.zip

This was my experience. Gpuz reported a higher unlocked max power, but the card still throttled at 110% even when unlocked yo 130%.

My overclock actually went down too. I had my best bench results on the factory bios. A bit disappointing, I was planning on putting a waterblock on it and may still, but we'll see.

To be fair, even with the factory 100%, it does overclock pretty well. I just wish I could do more.


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Is it possible to easily flash bioses onto the RTX cards?

I have Zotac RTX 2070S, and I feel the core has got more speed in it but the power limit is hindering it.
It's easy to flash with nvflash. You can get some bioses off techpowerup.

My experience though is there is no improvement. It seems it may be hardware limited.


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It's easy to flash with nvflash. You can get some bioses off techpowerup.

My experience though is there is no improvement. It seems it may be hardware limited.
Right fair enough, doesn't seem to be worth the hassle I guess.

I can get around 160/500 (core/mem) offset in MSI Afterburner, the core usually tops out at around 2048 but I don't think it's stable and it realistically won't be stable at more than 2012 core I think.

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Right fair enough, doesn't seem to be worth the hassle I guess.



I can get around 160/500 (core/mem) offset in MSI Afterburner, the core usually tops out at around 2048 but I don't think it's stable and it realistically won't be stable at more than 2012 core I think.


I think we need to remind readers that a bios flash doesn’t magically unlock performance, what it does, in this case, is remove the power limit that *may-* me restricting clocks. Key thing then If folks are sticking with as sold cooling, no custom loop or closed-loop mod, then the bottleneck shifts to temps at the same voltage/temps.
TLDR: improve your cooling, lower the voltage a smidge, then untap the power for best results

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Hey guys,

may I draw your attention to this 2070/2070 Super benchmark ranking in the german computerbase forum? Time Spy's graphic score is rated.

Current high scores are:

RTX 2070: 10818 pts
RTX 2070 Super: 11424 pts

Competitive cards wanted! So feel free to post your graphic card's result.

It's simple: You will need 3DMark Basic Edition. Sign up there with your forum user name. Run Time Spy (Basic) and post the link in the thread (example). Add your grahic card model and some system details (example).

That's it. See you there?

Regards, nilssohn




I was doing some playing around I was able to get my 2070 in the 4000 club in Unigine_Heaven_Benchmark. That's only 400 points less then a 2080 ti at stock. EVGA FTW!

What is everyone else getting out there. I think I might have just won that lottery..lol
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I was doing some playing around I was able to get my 2070 in the 4000 club in Unigine_Heaven_Benchmark. That's on 400 points less then a 2080 ti at stock. EVGA FTW!



What is everyone else getting out there. I think I might have just won that lottery..lol


That’s a great score! I see your card has a device ID of 1F07. Can you extract and share your BIOS for the community please?

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That’s a great score! I see your card has a device ID of 1F07. Can you extract and share your BIOS for the community please?

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That is in the top 500, I think I might have just built a beast. And it only max out @ 63c thats crazy.

Um maybe I can but the 2070 FTW3 has 2 bios so I don't know how that works. It's not a normal 2070.
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No worries if not. I haven’t checked but by now it’ll likely be in the TPU database.


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I was doing some playing around I was able to get my 2070 in the 4000 club in Unigine_Heaven_Benchmark. That's only 400 points less then a 2080 ti at stock. EVGA FTW!

What is everyone else getting out there. I think I might have just won that lottery..lol

That's with AA turned off, with it on x8 score was under 3500 Edit:Including the Superposition run also, U got me there also.
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