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post #7991 of 9796 (permalink) Old 05-25-2019, 06:51 PM
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About Kingpin BIOS on EVGA FTW3:

As far as I've read, the BIOS is compatible, right?

To those who have tried it, how did your clocks/temps change? Would you recommend this BIOS?

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post #7992 of 9796 (permalink) Old 05-26-2019, 01:02 AM
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Can the fans be adjusted on xoc bios or it’s stuck at 100%?
Going by all the documentation on that bios, its stuck at 100% fan, if it was not then I would leap on to it, but for now using the Asus XOC.


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Don't know exactly what is happening with liquid metal, but using it between gpu die and waterblock really messes the card up. I mean, the card seems to run fine, it can boot into OS, no display artifacts and so on, but when it goes under load, it istantly crashes even at stock speeds or it runs, but a lot of weird stuff happens, like not overclocking as high as before, sometimes can't boost frequency properly and/or sustain maximum voltages.

Obviously temps after liquid metal were a bit better, so i dont think that's the problem. Also I'm pretty sure it's not related to possible LM spillage over gpu components since i covered smd around gpu die with nail polisher and a bit of insulation tape.

Also tried to loosen waterblock mounting screws, thinking the problem is caused by mounting pressure, but that didn't fix anything either.
Swapped few times between liquid metal and normal paste and everytime i used liquid metal gpu had problems, instead when i used normal paste i never had that problem.

At the end i just gave up, but it still bothers me a lot and i can't figure out why this happens, especially because before using a waterblock, i used liquid metal between card and stock heatsink for months and card never had a problem.


Have been using liquid metal (first the Liquid Ultra and now the Conductonaut) for years in Nvidia gpus and never had any of those problems, even without protection around the core (I have no protection right now).

Have u tried several cards???



I would like to try the HOF OC Lab 2000w bios since it is supposed to have the voltage/frequency editor enabled...

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Never had problems with LM on a WB. Maybe the block is bent and occassionaly messes up the card? I've had 1080Ti blocks from EK that were awfully warped from the factory.

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Quote: Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post
Have been using liquid metal (first the Liquid Ultra and now the Conductonaut) for years in Nvidia gpus and never had any of those problems, even without protection around the core (I have no protection right now).

Have u tried several cards???

I would like to try the HOF OC Lab 2000w bios since it is supposed to have the voltage/frequency editor enabled...
Yeah, I've been using liquid metal on gpus for a good amount of time too, even without sealing smds and other components and I Never had a problem. This thing really bothers me a lot because if I'd only make my card literally 1/2° cooler I won't hit second clock slowdown at around 46° and make the card crash.

Also yes I tried liquid metal on 3 different cards (2 references and 1 ftw3), but always with same kraken aio on it. With liquid metal between die and waterblock all of them had problems running, but also all of them were fine when using liquid metal between die and stock air cooler.

Maybe the problem is the cooler itself, but I can't tell for sure, to me how the card behaves when using LM, makes no sense at all
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Can the fans be adjusted on xoc bios or it’s stuck at 100%?
I got a EK waterblock on my card so i didnt check that. But i think it was set to 100%. Im not home for a few days so i cant check now.

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I havnt checked in for a while now but would like to know what the recommended Bios for the Asus Strix OC is for daily use?
There are so many pages right now and I've been browser through them but can't seem to find a best solution. The 1000W bios loses some options while the 380W bios is for reference cards, so Im not to sure which one to choose or if there is an even better version available.

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Soooo I replaced the MSI L-Z with the Kingpin and oh man oh man Currently 21st in 4K Superposition: https://benchmark.unigine.com/leader...gle-gpu/page-1

Runs 2100-2130 daily and 8k on the VRAM, rock stable. Only once I've seen it hitting the power limit, when trying Furmark to see where the limit was - 426W peak, according to GPU-Z. This is with the slider at 144%.

The temps are riddiculous too, barely hitting 50*C with fans at like 1200RPM. I will go balls to the wall with that radiator, already ordered 4 more Noctua A12x25's.

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I havnt checked in for a while now but would like to know what the recommended Bios for the Asus Strix OC is for daily use?
There are so many pages right now and I've been browser through them but can't seem to find a best solution. The 1000W bios loses some options while the 380W bios is for reference cards, so Im not to sure which one to choose or if there is an even better version available.

Cheers!
The 380W BIOS is fine for daily use/gaming, especially if you have a G-sync or Freesync monitor. IMHO no reason to use anything else for gaming. If you're benching and want the best bench numbers your card is capable of, use the Kingpin BIOS.

Edit - I believe the 380W BIOS works with Strix cards. Can someone confirm?

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Bumping this guys, KPE Bios on FTW3, works?

Quote: Originally Posted by Alemancio View Post
About Kingpin BIOS on EVGA FTW3:

As far as I've read, the BIOS is compatible, right?

To those who have tried it, how did your clocks/temps change? Would you recommend this BIOS?

Thanks!
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