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10-19-2019 02:34 PM
inedenimadam
Quote: Originally Posted by Yetyhunter View Post
I just got the MSI 2080 Super Ventus. Do you think it is worth replacing the TIM on it ? Do you have a link explaining how to unlock the voltage ? I'm stuck at 1.05 and can barrely OC to 2000mhz.
Is there a better BIOS I could flash on this card that is known to work? My power limit is at 100 .
Unfortunate, but with a non-A chip, there is no easy way to unlock voltage control. It requires a daughterboard, a controller PC, and some smart soldering. The shunt mod will open up the power tartget, but it wont unlock the voltage.


Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
I thought any 2080 could do 1.093v with the "Curve" OC mode in EVAG Precision X / MSI Afterburner?
At least my 2080 Gaming X Trio has no problems running 2115Mhz on 1.093v in "Curve" mode. Even on stock power limit.
Granted, it hits it slightly dropping to ~2040Mhz @ 1.050v sometimes but not to a noticable degree that warrants shunting this thing. It honestly doesn't even have it's warranty anymore since i replaced MSI's terrible TIM and thus removed the sticket on the screw but k. It ran 18c cooler after that so, worth.

The Gaming X Trio is an A chip, which has both a higher voltage limit and power target.
10-18-2019 07:20 AM
Yetyhunter
Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
I thought any 2080 could do 1.093v with the "Curve" OC mode in EVAG Precision X / MSI Afterburner?
At least my 2080 Gaming X Trio has no problems running 2115Mhz on 1.093v in "Curve" mode. Even on stock power limit.
Granted, it hits it slightly dropping to ~2040Mhz @ 1.050v sometimes but not to a noticable degree that warrants shunting this thing. It honestly doesn't even have it's warranty anymore since i replaced MSI's terrible TIM and thus removed the sticket on the screw but k. It ran 18c cooler after that so, worth.
I just got the MSI 2080 Super Ventus. Do you think it is worth replacing the TIM on it ? Do you have a link explaining how to unlock the voltage ? I'm stuck at 1.05 and can barrely OC to 2000mhz.
Is there a better BIOS I could flash on this card that is known to work? My power limit is at 100 .
10-17-2019 12:42 PM
Imprezzion
Quote: Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post
I have had good results with the shunt mod on my non-A variant. Voltage is still locked to 1.05, but with the power shunt mod, you can lock in your stable clock and NEVER have it fluctuate.



I did no soldering. I took a piece of copper fin from an old heatsink, cut it down and bent it to where it would 'hug' the SMD. Then I put a piece of electrical tape on it, and put the card back together. No issues, only solid stable overclock.
I thought any 2080 could do 1.093v with the "Curve" OC mode in EVAG Precision X / MSI Afterburner?
At least my 2080 Gaming X Trio has no problems running 2115Mhz on 1.093v in "Curve" mode. Even on stock power limit.
Granted, it hits it slightly dropping to ~2040Mhz @ 1.050v sometimes but not to a noticable degree that warrants shunting this thing. It honestly doesn't even have it's warranty anymore since i replaced MSI's terrible TIM and thus removed the sticket on the screw but k. It ran 18c cooler after that so, worth.
10-13-2019 04:06 PM
inedenimadam
Quote: Originally Posted by sirleeofroy View Post
Hi guys,

Looks like I'm stuck with OC'ing the crap out of it in its current BIOS state, unless anyone has any suggestions?!

I have had good results with the shunt mod on my non-A variant. Voltage is still locked to 1.05, but with the power shunt mod, you can lock in your stable clock and NEVER have it fluctuate.



I did no soldering. I took a piece of copper fin from an old heatsink, cut it down and bent it to where it would 'hug' the SMD. Then I put a piece of electrical tape on it, and put the card back together. No issues, only solid stable overclock.
10-13-2019 04:44 AM
nezff Has anyone had issues with a 2080 super and chrome hardware acceleration? Turning hardware acceleration off makes the black weird triangles go away. I've had this happen with two separate cards. Evga 2080 super xc ultra and now evga 2080 super ftw3 ultra.

I found other threads about the same problem with 2080 ti and hardware acceleration on EVGA community.
10-13-2019 03:06 AM
Paramount
Quote: Originally Posted by OneCosmic View Post
What is the highest power limit BIOS for the reference PCB 2080 SUPER ? I want to buy a MSI Ventus OC RTX 2080 SUPER which i assume has a reference PCB? and flash a better BIOS into it.
280 watt
10-13-2019 02:48 AM
OneCosmic What is the highest power limit BIOS for the reference PCB 2080 SUPER ? I want to buy a MSI Ventus OC RTX 2080 SUPER which i assume has a reference PCB? and flash a better BIOS into it.
10-11-2019 07:52 PM
Asmodian
Quote: Originally Posted by sirleeofroy View Post
Looks like I'm stuck with OC'ing the crap out of it in its current BIOS state, unless anyone has any suggestions?!
Shunt mod!
10-09-2019 03:45 AM
sirleeofroy Hi guys,

So I have been trying to flash the bios on my Palit Gaming Pro to the Gaming Pro OC version however, I can't seem to find a dump of that particular bios and Palit don't seem to have it available on the website. Instead I tried the EVGA XC Gaming Bios however the flash fails, but not due to a mismatch. I am using the modded version of nvflash and of course using the -6 command.

Then I remembered the 2 different variants...

TU104-400-A1 (1E82) and TU104-400A-A1 (1E87).

I took another look at GPUZ despite being sure I had an "A" chip..... The device ID shows BOTH (1E82) and (1E87)!

How can that be?

EDIT: Added screenshot of GPUZ
EDIT2: So the device ID within nvflash shows my card 1E82 which is a non-A variant Booo

Looks like I'm stuck with OC'ing the crap out of it in its current BIOS state, unless anyone has any suggestions?!
10-02-2019 06:22 AM
GunnzAkimbo +1250 Memory is stable (9000Mhz) and enough.

+55 core clock is stable

A fire and forget overclock.

Been testing this playing all kinds of game titles, 1440P and 4K with the MSI G.X.T
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