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09-16-2019 11:16 PM
yoadknux
Quote: Originally Posted by Rachirod View Post
Hi Guys,

Just wanted to double check if I can or safe to flash the Zotac.rom on to Zotac 1080 TI Amp Edition? after talking a backup

Thanks
I flashed that bios a while back on my Aorus. it worked fine. Regardless, bios flashing has risks and no one can guarantee it will work.
09-15-2019 03:38 PM
Rachirod Hi Guys,

Just wanted to double check if I can or safe to flash the Zotac.rom on to Zotac 1080 TI Amp Edition? after talking a backup

Thanks
08-14-2019 11:46 AM
schloppidol Yeah, my card seems a bit poop and best I could get stable was about 2050 - don't really want to run 24/7 @ 1.2v neither. On a plus note I tried the FTW3KingpinFix.rom and it lets me use all 3 DPs and the HDMI port
08-10-2019 04:40 PM
8051
Quote: Originally Posted by schloppidol View Post
I have been using the XOC BIOS pretty much since this thread started. Card has been running at 2000MHz - 1.111v under load with no drops without having to mess with anything else so that's good.

I'm now finally at a point where I need the 3rd DP output (for the Index) so wondering if there's a comparable BIOS available that will allow me to use all 3 DPs (and the HDMI) on my 1080Ti FE?
That seems like a lot of voltage for 2000MHz.
08-10-2019 11:56 AM
schloppidol Lol yes 2GHz
08-10-2019 11:35 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by schloppidol View Post
I have been using the XOC BIOS pretty much since this thread started. Card has been running at 200MHz - 1.111v under load with no drops without having to mess with anything else so that's good.

I'm now finally at a point where I need the 3rd DP output (for the Index) so wondering if there's a comparable BIOS available that will allow me to use all 3 DPs (and the HDMI) on my 1080Ti FE?
Did you mean 2000 mhz? Because (almost) all 1080 Ti's on their stock bios should do at least 2000 mhz easy, if you can cool them well enough. 60c or below under full load should be good for 2000 Mhz.
08-10-2019 09:12 AM
schloppidol I have been using the XOC BIOS pretty much since this thread started. Card has been running at 2000MHz - 1.111v under load with no drops without having to mess with anything else so that's good.

I'm now finally at a point where I need the 3rd DP output (for the Index) so wondering if there's a comparable BIOS available that will allow me to use all 3 DPs (and the HDMI) on my 1080Ti FE?
08-08-2019 10:37 AM
skupples wrong thread.
08-07-2019 07:47 PM
KedarWolf
Quote: Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post
Oh right, forgot you need to unlock voltage within MSI AB to use more than 1.10v. Here's the tutorial:
https://steemit.com/mining/@felixxx/...si-afterburner

https://steemitimages.com/p/MvwLKy3S...=fit&width=640
Here is the correct way, like I told you before that link is outdated and for much older versions of Afterburner.

https://www.overclock.net/forum/69-n...g-1080-ti.html
08-07-2019 12:34 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by Nervoize View Post
Funny to see that both XOC and K|NGP|N bios are worse than the stock FTW3 slave bios. I can run my 1080Ti FTW3 at 2100MHz by 1.093v which i could never achieve with the XOC and K|NGP|N bios. Also the memory seems to be slightly more overclockable.
Middle GPU is an actual K|NGP|N 1080Ti.
That's because both bios's are supposed to go on custom-PCB designs and both are designed for liquid nitrogen / LN2. They're not designed for normal air cooling or water cooling. That's why they're not that great when used on a normal air cooled card, or even a reference PCB Card.
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