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12-13-2019 01:44 PM
Alecs010
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
All of the information you asked for should be on the first post / first page of this thread.
Oke but can you ore somebody else tell me if the bios for the msi rtx 2080ti gaming trio x of 406watts works on a msi rtx 2080 ti sea hawk ek?? because i was reading and if something will go wrong i screwed my gpu .
12-13-2019 01:42 PM
Sheyster
Quote: Originally Posted by GRABibus View Post
Do some people have tested this Bios ? Power limit=400W
Dated from 26th July 2019

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...i-11264-190726

GPU Device Id: 0x10DE 0x1E07
Version: 90.02.30.00.E1
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti VGA BIOS V6577
Copyright (C) 1996-2019 NVIDIA Corp.
GPU Board
Connectors
1x HDMI
1x USB-C
3x DisplayPort
Board power limit
Target: 300.0 W
Limit: 400.0 W
Adj. Range: -67%, +33%
Thermal Limits
Rated: 84.0C
Max: 88.0C
Memory Support
GDDR6, Samsung
GDDR6, Micron
GDDR6, Hynix
Boost Clock: 1740 MHz
I'd be curious to know if anyone with a reference PCB card has tested it.
12-13-2019 12:29 PM
GRABibus Do some people have tested this Bios ? Power limit=400W
Dated from 26th July 2019

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...i-11264-190726

GPU Device Id: 0x10DE 0x1E07
Version: 90.02.30.00.E1
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti VGA BIOS V6577
Copyright (C) 1996-2019 NVIDIA Corp.
GPU Board
Connectors
1x HDMI
1x USB-C
3x DisplayPort
Board power limit
Target: 300.0 W
Limit: 400.0 W
Adj. Range: -67%, +33%
Thermal Limits
Rated: 84.0C
Max: 88.0C
Memory Support
GDDR6, Samsung
GDDR6, Micron
GDDR6, Hynix
Boost Clock: 1740 MHz
12-12-2019 09:21 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by Alecs010 View Post
Hi Guys,

Does anyone has a link ore download adress, for the rom file to flash my msi rtx 2080ti seahawk ek cards. 380 to 400 watts is oke, i am running now on stock bios.

Regards Alex
All of the information you asked for should be on the first post / first page of this thread.
12-12-2019 04:35 PM
Alecs010
Overclocking Bios rtx 2080ti

Hi Guys,

Does anyone has a link ore download adress, for the rom file to flash my msi rtx 2080ti seahawk ek cards. 380 to 400 watts is oke, i am running now on stock bios.

Regards Alex
12-12-2019 02:43 PM
1M4TO hello folks, i'm in the need of help, will aprreciate a lot.
i got an evga 2080ti gaming, and while i was playing apex legends i got some repetitive sounds for few seconds, screen went black and i had to hard reset the pc.
After the boot i got no signal and the fans are not spinning anymore, i tried remove/swap ram and so on, but non wake it up.
then i put a 2080 xc gaming and it did not start at the beginning, but after a cmos and re-setting all the components the 2080 worked and its working just fine.
I didnt tried other psu vga cables (750 evga g3), but the fans not spinning and the led not lighting up point me to a dead card?

cpu is 3700x and ddr 3600 corsair, no overclock, just docp (xmp) ram profile.
no bios mod, stock card. I'm worried that i had waterblock on it, but no leaks.

any suggestion before i rma it?
thaaaaanks
12-12-2019 11:47 AM
GRABibus
Quote: Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post
Both tools work with the driver - i'd clean th edriver with DDU and delete the profile files in this folder. reload NVD, and try again.
A 3x8pin bios has to enumerate the power rails and when you flash a 3x on to a 2x PCB, the bios can assign the 3rd (PCIE) source to the only other available source on a 2X card - which is the PCIE slot (off the ATX and any "SLI" aux power connector to the MB). We had no problem dealing with this when we had access to the Bios (via tweaker), buit now it's a blind crap shoot. If you have an AXi series PSU, the Corsair link or the newer corsair PSU software will let you monitor the current draw on the various rails the PSU has.
Thank you for explanations.
I did clean the drivers yesterday with DDU, deleted the profiles in the folder you enclosed. I did everything.
No way.
What is strange is that this is the only bios where I have this issue.

I did reflash the Galax 380W, and see also same loss fps in CoD MW..
So, this lost fps I mentioned with HOF XOC is maybe not due to HOF XOC Bios, but to the last driver set 441.66 WHQL or last CoD MW patch....

So, it is really a pity that I experienced this BSOD's when launching save MSI AB profiles with HOF XOC because with this Bios I could bench Time Spy and µHEaven unigine at [email protected] can play some DX111 games at this frequency also, so nice !
*** is this BSOD issue...
12-12-2019 11:08 AM
Jpmboy
Quote: Originally Posted by GRABibus View Post
My card is a 2x8 pins one.
I don’t know how to check the pulling power you mention.

Do you know why I get Bsod when I launch a saved profile in AB ? (see my post above for the code and error message).
I also get this Bsod randomly if I click on »reset« in MSI AB. Same issue with Galax Xtreme tool or EVGA PX.
This happens only with the HOF Galax XOC bios.
It doesn’t happen neither with Galax 380 W bios nor the EVGA kingpin bios....
Both tools work with the driver - i'd clean th edriver with DDU and delete the profile files in this folder. reload NVD, and try again.
A 3x8pin bios has to enumerate the power rails and when you flash a 3x on to a 2x PCB, the bios can assign the 3rd (PCIE) source to the only other available source on a 2X card - which is the PCIE slot (off the ATX and any "SLI" aux power connector to the MB). We had no problem dealing with this when we had access to the Bios (via tweaker), buit now it's a blind crap shoot. If you have an AXi series PSU, the Corsair link or the newer corsair PSU software will let you monitor the current draw on the various rails the PSU has.
12-11-2019 11:49 PM
GRABibus
Quote: Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post
is the 2000W bios loaded on a 3x8 pin PCIE card? Check (if you can) if the bios is trying to pull the 3rd PCIE 8 pin from the ATX rail. That said, Higher clocks does not mean better memory or core efficiency since there are a crap-load of error correcting routines (MCEs) that attempt to match checksums by repeating procedure calls... higher "stable" clocks but inefficient due to error correction.
My card is a 2x8 pins one.
I don’t know how to check the pulling power you mention.

Do you know why I get Bsod when I launch a saved profile in AB ? (see my post above for the code and error message).
I also get this Bsod randomly if I click on »reset«  in MSI AB. Same issue with Galax Xtreme tool or EVGA PX.
This happens only with the HOF Galax XOC bios.
It doesn’t happen neither with Galax 380 W bios nor the EVGA kingpin bios....
12-11-2019 09:32 PM
dangerSK
Quote: Originally Posted by J7SC View Post
A genuine Galax HoF "OC Labs" might very well be slower under regular water as it is designed for extensive chilled water and/or sub-zero cooling. In the bad old days when GPUz would still divulge ASIC quality (see pic), you got that explanation about the ASIC vs. temp applications. You might want tor try the voltage curve process in MSI AB (w/o making & applying any changes, you're just looking for the raw curve) as that would give you *an idea* about MHz vs. voltage and ASIC.

Also, there is a "NDA type" overclocking software tool for the "OC Labs" with more parameters and higher limits (though caution is in order with 'just' water cooling). Perhaps the seller has a copy of the software ?

Not hard to get hold of NVVDD tool though, if u have GOC u can even request it from Galax.
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