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post #10761 of 11357 (permalink) Old 04-06-2020, 07:03 AM
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What are your current temps at?

My whole power debacle has been solved. I pulled the trigger on a Seasonic Prime Ultra Good 1000w that I know is compatible with my cables and if shilka tells you the Prime Ultra is one of the best PSU lines out there then you buy it.. It was on a clearance sale as well, €166 with next-day shipping. Ain't bad at all.
That run hit 39c on the card so still on normal non chilled cooling.

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What are your current temps at?

My whole power debacle has been solved. I pulled the trigger on a Seasonic Prime Ultra Good 1000w that I know is compatible with my cables and if shilka tells you the Prime Ultra is one of the best PSU lines out there then you buy it.. It was on a clearance sale as well, €166 with next-day shipping. Ain't bad at all.

That's a nice PSU, at a good price ! Also doesn't hurt to have the 'old' one as a spare for emergencies, or new component testing on a testbench etc
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That's a nice PSU, at a good price ! Also doesn't hurt to have the 'old' one as a spare for emergencies, or new component testing on a testbench etc
That's why I jumped right on it. It's only a Gold but i don't really care about Titanium vs Platinum vs Gold, quality is more important then 3% efficiency. And, I have cablemod Focus Plus CPU EPS 8 pin cables and PCI-E and 24 Pin ATX and the Prime Ultra series uses the same cables (SE/RT Series from Cablemod) so I can keep them in place and can just replace the PSU only.

Should be here tomorrow along with the rest of my Kraken G12 and RGB stuff. The Kraken X52 already arrived lol.

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post #10764 of 11357 (permalink) Old 04-06-2020, 01:09 PM
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Is there a bios editor available yet so I can simply save my card's default bios, edit it to just increase the power limits, then flash the card with the updated (higher power limits) bios?

The reason I ask is because there are all sorts of variables in bios, including ones people hardly ever mention such as optimizations for different memory (micron, samsung, hynix) and not only that but also different memory timings using the same memory (eg. samsung) but between different graphics cards/manufacturers. All that stuff and more buried settings in a bios means using bios' made for other cards with possibly different components isn't ideal and can even negatively affect both stability and performance...

Basically, I have a Gigabyte 2080 Ti Turbo ( https://www.gigabyte.com/ca/Graphics...11GC-rev-10#kf ) and would like to raise the power limit from the current 280w to somewhere between 300w and 330w. The cooling can easily take it. I've done tons of tests.

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Is there a bios editor available yet so I can simply save my card's default bios, edit it to just increase the power limits, then flash the card with the updated (higher power limits) bios?

The reason I ask is because there are all sorts of variables in bios, including ones people hardly ever mention such as optimizations for different memory (micron, samsung, hynix) and not only that but also different memory timings using the same memory (eg. samsung) but between different graphics cards/manufacturers. All that stuff and more buried settings in a bios means using bios' made for other cards with possibly different components isn't ideal and can even negatively affect both stability and performance...

Basically, I have a Gigabyte 2080 Ti Turbo ( https://www.gigabyte.com/ca/Graphics...11GC-rev-10#kf ) and would like to raise the power limit from the current 280w to somewhere between 300w and 330w. The cooling can easily take it. I've done tons of tests.
I don't know that is such a good idea. The turbo blower is a non-A so they are all identical PCB and optimizations and there is only 1 BIOS available with higher limit (310w). The problem with that specific card is that Gigabyte removed power phases. It only has 11. That is, maybe, a problem with 300w+.

An editor doesn't exist and will probably never exist due to encryption and checksums on the BIOS.

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Is there a bios editor available yet so I can simply save my card's default bios, edit it to just increase the power limits, then flash the card with the updated (higher power limits) bios?

The reason I ask is because there are all sorts of variables in bios, including ones people hardly ever mention such as optimizations for different memory (micron, samsung, hynix) and not only that but also different memory timings using the same memory (eg. samsung) but between different graphics cards/manufacturers. All that stuff and more buried settings in a bios means using bios' made for other cards with possibly different components isn't ideal and can even negatively affect both stability and performance...

Basically, I have a Gigabyte 2080 Ti Turbo ( https://www.gigabyte.com/ca/Graphics...11GC-rev-10#kf ) and would like to raise the power limit from the current 280w to somewhere between 300w and 330w. The cooling can easily take it. I've done tons of tests.
They haven't even cracked the bios's to release a reliable bios editor for Pascal (GTX 1000 series) cards yet and those were released in 2016, 4 years ago. They have a long long way to go before we ever get any kind of bios editing for the newer Turing video cards yet, if we ever get it.
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Well, my Kraken G12 came in and all my adapters and hubs and cables and such as well. Going to be building my card now. Updating when it's installed

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That's why I jumped right on it. It's only a Gold but i don't really care about Titanium vs Platinum vs Gold, quality is more important then 3% efficiency.
Higher efficiency rating guarantees higher quality components inside. That's the only way to achieve those numbers. And that's what you buy platinum and titanium units for in the first place, not the damn 3% improvement.

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Higher efficiency rating guarantees higher quality components inside. That's the only way to achieve those numbers. And that's what you buy platinum and titanium units for in the first place, not the damn 3% improvement.
I recently bought the AX1600i, solid freaking PSU man solid.


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Higher efficiency rating guarantees higher quality components inside. That's the only way to achieve those numbers. And that's what you buy platinum and titanium units for in the first place, not the damn 3% improvement.
There are really good Gold PSU's and really bad Platinums floating around man. It's totally not a guarantee. Not every Gold PSU uses inferior components with a lesser lifespan. We're talking about a Prime Ultra here, not some random no-name brand Gold unit. And no, it does not guarantee it. At all. There's plenty of Platinum / Titaniums with less filtering and more ripple and worse Chinese caps then many top-tier Gold units.

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