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post #9721 of 10725 (permalink) Old 12-07-2019, 09:29 AM
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Has anyone learned of any successful BIOS options for the EVGA FTW3 Ultra? 373W isn't bad, but it could be so much better.

The FTW3 Ultra is the 19 power phase custom PCB.
Unless you are using a full cover waterblock its a waste of time to go beyond the 373w. Temps will throttle you back long before power on air cooling. If anything, that power limit is keeping temps in check.
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post #9722 of 10725 (permalink) Old 12-07-2019, 09:55 AM
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Unless you are using a full cover waterblock its a waste of time to go beyond the 373w. Temps will throttle you back long before power on air cooling. If anything, that power limit is keeping temps in check.
You're not wrong. I'm just eyeing this temperature headroom, since the giant air cooler is keeping it under 60C.

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You're not wrong. I'm just eyeing this temperature headroom, since the giant air cooler is keeping it under 60C.
I went through about 10 different BIOS files on these cards until I gave up. Some gave more core, but killed the RAM performance. Others seemed to just not work right. I ended up just taking the latest OEM BIOS and got a waterblock along with performing the shunt mod. The card I kept in the machine and modded runs at 2070 core/16000 mem and hits 49°C core at load. If it ticks up to 52°C due to room temps, it drops to 2055 core. The power draw with the GPU at 100% load during a stress test can hit almost 600W. Under normal gaming conditions it pulls about 360-470W.

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I went through about 10 different BIOS files on these cards until I gave up. Some gave more core, but killed the RAM performance. Others seemed to just not work right. I ended up just taking the latest OEM BIOS and got a waterblock along with performing the shunt mod. The card I kept in the machine and modded runs at 2070 core/16000 mem and hits 49°C core at load. If it ticks up to 52°C due to room temps, it drops to 2055 core. The power draw with the GPU at 100% load during a stress test can hit almost 600W. Under normal gaming conditions it pulls about 360-470W.
I know some say the 380W GLAX BIOS has loose timings. This is not necessarily a bad thing as you might be able to OC the VRAM higher with looser timings. What BIOS did you find best for VRAM, timings wise?

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I know some say the 380W GLAX BIOS has loose timings. This is not necessarily a bad thing as you might be able to OC the VRAM higher with looser timings. What BIOS did you find best for VRAM, timings wise?
I haven't tested all of them, but among those I tested, the Gigabyte Aorus Extreme (366W) and Asus Matrix BIOS come to mind. I have also found that I get better performance with the Galax 380W BIOS if I use Galax Xtreme Tuner instead of MSI AB. The one downside is there's no VF curve editing and your vcore won't go past 1.063V as a result, so you will be limited a little. However, despite this, I still get better benchmark results.

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question to the experts:
do you think that the upcoming RTX3080 Ti will use PCIe 4.0 or that it will benefit from the added bandwidth of the PCIe 4?

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do you think that the upcoming RTX3080 Ti will use PCIe 4.0 or that it will benefit from the added bandwidth of the PCIe 4?
It depends. Nvidia would probably need to validate it with AMD MBs. I can tell you for sure they have been using Intel for at least 7 years in their lab.

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I have a 2080ti xc(338W) gaming from evga. I am looking for a bios. The graphics card has the new xusb, so I can not flash an old bios. Is there a new bios that I can flash?
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Can a single 2080Ti saturate PCIEx3 at any single panel resolution? (Yeah I mean 3 x 4K panels can, but that's just academic.)

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Can a single 2080Ti saturate PCIEx3 at any single panel resolution? (Yeah I mean 3 x 4K panels can, but that's just academic.)
Not that Ive noticed. It barely saturates 3.0 at X8. 1080Ti there was no difference for be between x8 and x16. 2080Ti a 6% bump at x16. Not much but enough to note that it does barely saturate the x8 PE 3.0

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