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post #8151 of 8298 (permalink) Old 06-10-2019, 04:41 PM
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I am also wondering this. What is the best bios to use on the Strix OC? I have downloaded the unlimited bios but I'm not sure if this is a good idea on air.
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I have just tried Asus RTX 2080Ti Matrix BIOS which works with Asus RTX 2080Ti Strix without losing DP ports or HDMI ports, every port is working

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/210080/asus-rtx2080ti-11264-190307-1

Its have 360W power limit, stock clocks are under water at 2070MHz which is around 60MHz more than on Asus RTX 2080Ti Strix which stock clocks are around 2010MHz and stock VRAM is OC too at 7400MHz which is 400MHz extra over stock BIOS,currently running 2160MHz which would drop to 2145MHz when temperatures reach 38-40°C and +700MHz on VRAM which is 8100MHz

Although I have hit 360W power limit in benchmarks like in Unigine Superposition or 3DMARK

With XOC BIOS running +135MHz or +150MHz which it gives me 2145MHz or 2160MHz and +1100MHz on VRAM and difference in benchmarks is I would say pretty minimal

Hope this helps

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Would that XOC BIOS work on EVGA RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 (well air-cooled) without losing any ports? I heard it can increase voltage and power safely for air-cooled cards to get higher OC. 2055Mhz is where my card is stuck. Where do I get that XOC BIOS? Can it be flashed with the latest standard version of NVFlash? What XOC stand for?

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Hi there

I have just tried Asus RTX 2080Ti Matrix BIOS which works with Asus RTX 2080Ti Strix without losing DP ports or HDMI ports, every port is working

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...11264-190307-1

Its have 360W power limit, stock clocks are under water at 2070MHz which is around 60MHz more than on Asus RTX 2080Ti Strix which stock clocks are around 2010MHz and stock VRAM is OC too at 7400MHz which is 400MHz extra over stock BIOS,currently running 2160MHz which would drop to 2145MHz when temperatures reach 38-40°C and +700MHz on VRAM which is 8100MHz

Although I have hit 360W power limit in benchmarks like in Unigine Superposition or 3DMARK

With XOC BIOS running +135MHz or +150MHz which it gives me 2145MHz or 2160MHz and +1100MHz on VRAM and difference in benchmarks is I would say pretty minimal

Hope this helps

Thanks, Jura
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[QUOTE=jura11;27998642]Hi there

I have just tried Asus RTX 2080Ti Matrix BIOS which works with Asus RTX 2080Ti Strix without losing DP ports or HDMI ports, every port is working

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...11264-190307-1

Its have 360W power limit, stock clocks are under water at 2070MHz which is around 60MHz more than on Asus RTX 2080Ti Strix which stock clocks are around 2010MHz and stock VRAM is OC too at 7400MHz which is 400MHz extra over stock BIOS,currently running 2160MHz which would drop to 2145MHz when temperatures reach 38-40°C and +700MHz on VRAM which is 8100MHz

Although I have hit 360W power limit in benchmarks like in Unigine Superposition or 3DMARK

With XOC BIOS running +135MHz or +150MHz which it gives me 2145MHz or 2160MHz and +1100MHz on VRAM and difference in benchmarks is I would say pretty minimal

Hope this helps

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I'm new to overclocking but have my first custom loop running nicely. 9900k clocked to 4.9. I have EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 with a hydrocopper block on it.

My settings in Precision X1 are +70 / +1100, with +124 power target and +1000 mv. That is the highest I can get stable in these bench tests:

- Superposition 1080 Extreme (score 9771)
- Timespy free (13565)
- Firestrike free (25432)

Bench scores seem average to me, considering GPU temp is <50 at max load and CPU is 70s max.

I don't want to do a shunt mod but is there anything else I could consider? For instance, is it possible/wise to flash another bios to the FTW3? I see there's a Galax 380w (vs 373w FTW3) bios and also a KiNGPiN 520w bios but I don't know enough about this to know whether that's going to get me any gains and what the risk is?
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Question : How Safe is the XOC BIOS, Version 90.02.17.40.88 on a Reference 2080ti Card? I have a EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC BLACK EDITION GAMING, 11G-P4-2282-KR with an EK waterblock. I was using the galax 380watt bios but am on the xoc bios atm and WOW... it pulled 662 watts peak on a time spy ex run...... it runs about 450-500 watts in games... up to 530 watts in demanding games such at metro exodus or shadow of the tomb raider. I havent even tried to push the overclock with the 1.125 volts it running.... it might do 2150-2200 idk... could only get about 2055-2070 with galax or stock bios.

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Quote: Originally Posted by MonarchX View Post
Would that XOC BIOS work on EVGA RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 (well air-cooled) without losing any ports? I heard it can increase voltage and power safely for air-cooled cards to get higher OC. 2055Mhz is where my card is stuck. Where do I get that XOC BIOS? Can it be flashed with the latest standard version of NVFlash? What XOC stand for?
Hi, with kingpin xoc bios you should be able to keep all video outputs, voltage itself with that bios isn't a problem, but it will increase your temps and for Turing cards temperature is the key, so keep an eye on that
If you want to try it out, you can find it here https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/
The exact bios version is the 90.02.17.40.88

Quote: Originally Posted by sagascor14 View Post
I'm new to overclocking but have my first custom loop running nicely. 9900k clocked to 4.9. I have EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 with a hydrocopper block on it.

My settings in Precision X1 are +70 / +1100, with +124 power target and +1000 mv. That is the highest I can get stable in these bench tests:

- Superposition 1080 Extreme (score 9771)
- Timespy free (13565)
- Firestrike free (25432)

Bench scores seem average to me, considering GPU temp is <50 at max load and CPU is 70s max.

I don't want to do a shunt mod but is there anything else I could consider? For instance, is it possible/wise to flash another bios to the FTW3? I see there's a Galax 380w (vs 373w FTW3) bios and also a KiNGPiN 520w bios but I don't know enough about this to know whether that's going to get me any gains and what the risk is?
Hi man, since you're on water, I'd suggest you to try kingpin xoc bios, you may squeeze some more performance out of your card.
As long your cooling is adequate you won't run in troubles, you can find the bios on the link above

Quote: Originally Posted by Judah R View Post
Question : How Safe is the XOC BIOS, Version 90.02.17.40.88 on a Reference 2080ti Card? I have a EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC BLACK EDITION GAMING, 11G-P4-2282-KR with an EK waterblock. I was using the galax 380watt bios but am on the xoc bios atm and WOW... it pulled 662 watts peak on a time spy ex run...... it runs about 450-500 watts in games... up to 530 watts in demanding games such at metro exodus or shadow of the tomb raider. I havent even tried to push the overclock with the 1.125 volts it running.... it might do 2150-2200 idk... could only get about 2055-2070 with galax or stock bios.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ww28UxMJASw
Hi, as said above, as long your cooling system is good enough you should be fine, reference boards can hold up above 600W of power.
Also time spy extreme is a pretty intense benchmark so it's expected that card pulled a lot of power. Averaging ~500W it's not a problem
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Been going through my gaming backlog lately. Finished Darksiders 3 with my 2080TI. +116 on the core was stable in all games and benchmarks in including that game... played at 4K the whole time, too.

Then I start up Dishonored 2 and its crashes, crashes, crashes. It was fine if I left my card at stock. Started stepping down my OC and it still kept crashing. Finally I just said **** it and ran OC Scanner. Which came up with a value of +51 for the core. That leaves it around 1850-1950Mhz average from what I see in game. May as well leave the card stock at that point...

I really have **** luck with overclocks, that's for sure.

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Would that XOC BIOS work on EVGA RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 (well air-cooled) without losing any ports? I heard it can increase voltage and power safely for air-cooled cards to get higher OC. 2055Mhz is where my card is stuck. Where do I get that XOC BIOS? Can it be flashed with the latest standard version of NVFlash? What XOC stand for?
I am using the 90.02.17.40.88 KP XOC bios in my FTW3 under ambient custom water.

I have an external 1080 rad (just for the GPU) and only bench in the cold winter nights (winter here in Kangaroo Land).

I used the latest NVflash with no issue, all display outputs work fine.

Did 2205 recently in TS and PR: <-- not the highest on ambient, but a good start IMO

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/7369184

https://www.3dmark.com/pr/99883

Have not gone over 550 on the ram yet. Core was 148

Was done on a raining night so outdoor ambient temps was warmer.

As most know, temps is the key, waiting to put the X299 stuff on the bench and lower night temps (remember I am in hot kangaroo land).... lol

If i was benching on air I would be cranking those fans at 100% during bench runs and letting the room take in cold night air hours before benching......

As has been stated above monitor temps and be careful on air, not to scare you off at all..should be fine, just monitor.....

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Question : How Safe is the XOC BIOS, Version 90.02.17.40.88 on a Reference 2080ti Card? I have a EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC BLACK EDITION GAMING, 11G-P4-2282-KR with an EK waterblock. I was using the galax 380watt bios but am on the xoc bios atm and WOW... it pulled 662 watts peak on a time spy ex run...... it runs about 450-500 watts in games... up to 530 watts in demanding games such at metro exodus or shadow of the tomb raider. I havent even tried to push the overclock with the 1.125 volts it running.... it might do 2150-2200 idk... could only get about 2055-2070 with galax or stock bios.
Ive been using the kingpin xoc bios on my 2080ti FE for about 2-3weeks now. It uses between 200W-580W depending on the title (world of warcraft uses the 2080ti less so around 200-230w, and in GTA5 its more like 550+W). So far so good.
Overclocks around 2165-2180mhz with the XOC bios.

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