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04-28-2019 06:39 AM
Monk83x Hello guys I have a ROG Strix GTX 1080 Advanced edition and I wana to flash the OC one on my card ! Is that possible ?
I tried different ways but I failed !
04-11-2019 12:30 AM
PlugFour This is a good scenario to explain the few cards failing to flash. BUT my last search shows that all testimonies about capped GDDR5X start from end of 2017 until now. For instance my 1080 OEM (=FE) was built Q3 2017. Furthermore, my 1080 accepts very good o/c on memory. So I'm not sure it is the right reason.
By the way, the voltage mod didn't work, I tried twice. Coincidence?

I'm OK for flashing a 10Gbps bios, if someone can find one. I already flashed at least 10 different bioses until now.
04-10-2019 10:45 PM
TwilightRavens
Quote: Originally Posted by Carillo View Post
Older than the T4 bios from 2016 ?
Well there are the older launch 10GB/s GDDR5X chips which were in the first batch of Pascal cards, then there were the newer cards which were clocked at 10GBPS but could do 11GBPS right around when the 1080 ti launched, some manufacturers offered those for the cards that had the newer ones, my guess though is if you have a 2016 card you have the first gen GDDR5X and so that's why its reverting to recovery mode when you try and flash that. Try a BIOS with the VRAM running at 10GBPS (10GHz) instead of one that's 11GBPS (11GHz) and see if that works.
04-10-2019 02:10 PM
Carillo
Quote: Originally Posted by TwilightRavens View Post
You have an early GDDR5X card that can't handle the 11GB/s that the newer chips can handle, which is what those BIOS all have. The memory is reverting to a recovery state because it can't handle those speeds.
Older than the T4 bios from 2016 ?
04-09-2019 07:23 PM
TwilightRavens
Quote: Originally Posted by Carillo View Post
Hi guys. I just bought a Evga GTX 1080 SC ACX 3.0, which I tried to flash XOC T4, Palit gamerock, and FTW 2 bios on to. My big problem now, is that the memory is [email protected] 405MHZ on all three mentioned bioses.I have tried DDU and refalsh several times.. I have also googled it, and seen that many have had the same problem, but I find no proper explanation or solution, just RMA. When I flash back to the original bios,the memory boost as normal. This is not the first time I used nvflash, I have done this with at least 8 pascall cards(1080 and 1080 ti) before and have never experienced this. Someone who has a clue ??
You have an early GDDR5X card that can't handle the 11GB/s that the newer chips can handle, which is what those BIOS all have. The memory is reverting to a recovery state because it can't handle those speeds.
04-09-2019 05:20 PM
Carillo Hi guys. I just bought a Evga GTX 1080 SC ACX 3.0, which I tried to flash XOC T4, Palit gamerock, and FTW 2 bios on to. My big problem now, is that the memory is [email protected] 405MHZ on all three mentioned bioses.I have tried DDU and refalsh several times.. I have also googled it, and seen that many have had the same problem, but I find no proper explanation or solution, just RMA. When I flash back to the original bios,the memory boost as normal. This is not the first time I used nvflash, I have done this with at least 8 pascall cards(1080 and 1080 ti) before and have never experienced this. Someone who has a clue ??
03-30-2019 09:05 PM
confed
Quote: Originally Posted by kikimaru024 View Post
Upgraded from a water-cooled 980 Ti to Gigabyte G1 Gaming.

Not sure if I'll move the WC stuff over - think it's worth it?
Or is Pascal good enough with heat/auto-OC to not bother with water?
I had my air cooled Zotac Amp 1080 for about 2.5 years before I decided to put it under water. Temps were too high for my liking and I was building a new rig (new cpu/mobo/mem/case) so I figured that was the best time. Very happy that I did so. Temps are much lower and the noise from my full loop is equal or less than the noise from my gpu alone when under heavy load.

To me, it's worth it from an aesthetic and temperature standpoint. Performance-wise, it does OC slightly better but nothing drastic nor is the OC worth the $$ for me personally. Moving forward, I think I''ll continue to put my cards under water for the visual and temperature benefits.
03-30-2019 04:51 AM
kikimaru024 Upgraded from a water-cooled 980 Ti to Gigabyte G1 Gaming.

Not sure if I'll move the WC stuff over - think it's worth it?
Or is Pascal good enough with heat/auto-OC to not bother with water?
03-21-2019 08:45 AM
TwilightRavens Okay so after looking into it some more I don’t think it will work because it looks as if the SC2 has an 8 pin + 6 pin vs the SC which just has an 8 pin, but I’d love to be wrong about it.
03-21-2019 08:18 AM
thauch
Quote: Originally Posted by TwilightRavens View Post
Has anyone tried the 11GBps vbios from the EVGA GTX 1080 SC2 on the og 10GBps EVGA GTX 1080 SC with any success? Was thinking about trying it if others have been successful in it being stable.


I want to know the same thing.


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