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MSI 2080 ti Gaming X Trio (modded vBios)

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Hello everyone,

About the 406w vBIOS...or similar modded vBios available for this card.

I have the 110% vbios and really want to play around and max out my card.
I know there is that vbios (406w) but I don't know much more. Is there any updated one? better?

My usual OC settings in afterburner with 110% are:
+130/135 Core Clock
and
+750/+800/+1000 in Memory Clock.

this translates to (my card):
GPU CLOCK > Stock (1350MHz) > (+130) applied >> 1480 MHz
MEMORY CLOCK > Stock (1750MHz) > (+800) applied >> 1950 MHz
BOOST CLOCK > Stock (1755MHz) > with above applied >> 1905 MHz
CORE VOLTAGE > +100
POWER LIMIT > 110%

MEMORY CLOCK > Stock (1750MHz) > (+1000) applied >> 2000 MHz


It's OK but I want more.
Are you able to point me in the proper direction?

>> Settings for that 406w vBIOS or newer one... what core and memory clock to use...something settings missing in Afterburner. Any custom fan curve with the modded vBios...

I know it's heavily dependent on the rig but i am trying to focuse on the card and extract the best efficiency out of it.
It's not a matter of performance because i have zero issues. Temps are also completely fine.
It's just to get the best out of it.

At the moment the rest of the configuration is:
i7-8700K (also OC to stable 5.0/5.1)
ROG Maximus XI HERO

I would be so grateful if you guys can help me.
Really want to get the best out of the card.

Cheers

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how would we know what core and memory clock you should use on your card? we don't have your card. figure out what's stable and run those clocks.

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If its not under water.. you be temp limited.
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how would we know what core and memory clock you should use on your card? we don't have your card. figure out what's stable and run those clocks.
My usual OC settings in afterburner with 110% are:
+130/135 Core Clock
and
+750/+800/+1000 in Memory Clock.

this translates to (my card):
GPU CLOCK > Stock (1350MHz) > (+130) applied >> 1480 MHz
MEMORY CLOCK > Stock (1750MHz) > (+800) applied >> 1950 MHz
BOOST CLOCK > Stock (1755MHz) > with above applied >> 1905 MHz
CORE VOLTAGE > +100
POWER LIMIT > 110%

MEMORY CLOCK > Stock (1750MHz) > (+1000) applied >> 2000 MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by cstkl1 View Post
If its not under water.. you be temp limited.
Update the main post with my settings.
I have a standard corsair AIO cooler > H100x. Closed loop.

My usual OC settings in afterburner with 110% are:
+130/135 Core Clock
and
+750/+800/+1000 in Memory Clock.

this translates to (my card):
GPU CLOCK > Stock (1350MHz) > (+130) applied >> 1480 MHz
MEMORY CLOCK > Stock (1750MHz) > (+800) applied >> 1950 MHz
BOOST CLOCK > Stock (1755MHz) > with above applied >> 1905 MHz
CORE VOLTAGE > +100
POWER LIMIT > 110%

MEMORY CLOCK > Stock (1750MHz) > (+1000) applied >> 2000 MHz
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My question is more this:

>> Should i try the 406W modded vBIOS?
>> Should i try the 380W modded vBIOS? safer?

>> Settings for that 406w vBIOS,380W or newer one...
>> what core and memory clock to use with that new vBIOS?
>> Any custom fan curve with the modded vBios? I dont use the standard fan profile but a more aggressive one that dont start at 75C like default fan profile.
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Quote: Originally Posted by diogogmaio View Post
My question is more this:

>> Should i try the 406W modded vBIOS?
>> Should i try the 380W modded vBIOS? safer?

>> Settings for that 406w vBIOS,380W or newer one...
>> what core and memory clock to use with that new vBIOS?
>> Any custom fan curve with the modded vBios? I dont use the standard fan profile but a more aggressive one that dont start at 75C like default fan profile.
Want higher frequency? Yo need watercooling. Want even more? Use chilled water

My Asus 2080ti white OC doing 2070mhz on stock bios and aircooling. "70-75c"
Under 56c, and the card goes to 2130mhz. Cold air works great too
The key here is cold

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Quote: Originally Posted by Nizzen View Post
Want higher frequency? Yo need watercooling. Want even more? Use chilled water

My Asus 2080ti white OC doing 2070mhz on stock bios and aircooling. "70-75c"
Under 56c, and the card goes to 2130mhz. Cold air works great too
The key here is cold
Thanks for the answer.

But i think the main point is missing.

My main objective is:

>> Should i use the stock vBios, the 380w or the 406w?
What is the best to use? or the one that gives more freedom?

That is basically my question to the MSI gaming x trio 2080 ti owners here.

I understand that i need better cooling and all that but first i would want to understand if i SHOULD use a modded vBIOS and not the stock, limited one.
What are the advantages of using the 406w? and the advantages for the 380w?

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