- Looking for Gigabyte Aorus GTX 1080Ti Xtreme bios
- Gtx 1080 ti ftw3 BIOS
- AORUS GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti 11G
- AORUS GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti 11G
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Looking for Gigabyte Aorus GTX 1080Ti Xtreme biosJoin us now! Forgot Your Password? Forgot your Username? Haven't received registration validation E-mail? User Control Panel Log out. Forums Posts Latest Posts. View More. Recent Blog Posts. Recent Photos. View More Photo Galleries. Unread PMs. Essentials Only Full Version. New Member. I have noticed that my card is using a different bios than what some other forums have listed, seems like there is a bios update for my card. Is there any confirmation on this. Current bios I am going to watercool the card if that matters. Just wondering if this will help performance as I would like to squeaze any extre juice this card has out of it. Here's a link to any kind of bios update available from EVGA. It covers the Ti's. Omnipotent Enthusiast.
Gtx 1080 ti ftw3 BIOS
Log in or Sign up. Hi, I'm looking for a particular bios, Thanks and regards! Smart enough to know what to ask for in that specificity but not enough to know how to Google for it? Last edited: Oct 20, I try to explain, as you'll probably don't know this card: The only If you connect a DVI monitor card uses another bios, so to fully flash the card, you need two different versions of the bios and 2 different monitors. The DVI bios is not on Techpowerup. If you read the description of the bioses, they are marked as H versions, I need the D version available in other bios numbers. Same to dump it, you need a card connected to a DVI monitor. Last edited: Oct 22, Last edited: Oct 23, HyderzOct 23, It's right there in post 7 right above your message Hyderz gpvecchi Simply click on the blue numbers " AstyanaxOct 24, Last edited: Oct 24, Astyanax likes this. I wondered after reading the owner's thread over at overclocker's. I was like ehhh that'll be a can of worms if I open that EDIT: I was really struggling to stick to a "vanilla" solution for that guy. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content. Share This Page. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
AORUS GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti 11G
Log in or Sign up. Max tdp went from tousing custom powerlimit. As I originally thought, sparsegrid, at higher settings such as 32xS, absolutely brutalizes the card, it throttles down even at stock settings and even below it. Sparsegrid at higher settings is absolutely nothing to be played around with, at times, it will shut down your system hard, lol, did it with my ti, took sometime to workaround the gpu speeds,etc. Far as normal in benchmark settings, far as unigine is concerned, it stays roughlystarts off with then some time in the bench, very little throttling down, went down as but went back to rather quickly. Even without the mod, my max overclock is in the low 2k range, but thats ok, I rather use higher tdp because of the settings I am using to increase stability and prevent gpu from throttling down, so far its holding good. My score within unigine heaven 4k max, is roughly almost the same as my 2 ti hybrid Overclocked. I also checked how much memory speed would effect at this incredible settings within lost planet, about mhz increase in memory speed yields like an fps or more, so 2k less roughly my ti memory speedsis probably or lil more fps difference, but thats just within lost planet and the enhance settings within nvidia inspector. Other programs, I have to do a complete restart all the time, so this saves much time, especially fine tuning the card. I'll be posting up benchmark videos later I couldn't believe the temps, very very good, for an aio, excellent, doing a push and pull configuration on the rad Factory fan-Pullthe one hitting the rad is an 0. Last edited: Jul 2, Ok, more great news here. I did some extra fan modifications in my case,etc. I haven't tried long term but I did several runs straight with unigine valley 1. You had FE cards in the beginning, correct? Ok, I went back to firestrike ultra for sometime, There has been alot of Throttling down, mainly the gpu speed. If I lower the voltage slider as much as I can, and lower the memory frequency a bit Below factory specsit doesn't throttle as much. Scene 1, throttles the worst, 2nd: not to bad, 3rd one: so so. I reviewed my score by doing this method, it is quite a bit lower. If I keep what I was normally using, there is tons of throttling downs but I my final score is much higher, I need more further testing on this, crazy to fine tune, especially for one program. Also, going to max tdp on the bios mod,in scene 2, made a lil worse, If I put it like w, it helps quite a bit, more what it seems, makes it worse in certain sections of the benchmark. I tried several different bits within nvidia inspector for sli, still same thing, still throttles down, most particularly in scene 1. Whats interesting is this: Unigine valley 4k, barely does it throttle down, even when the memory is clocked up way high and yet firestrike ultra, throttles BIG TIME but firestrike destroys both of my ti's, lol, yet, unigine 4k max, smooth as butta. Last edited: Jul 6, BuildeR2Jul 6, MuffloreJul 6,
AORUS GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti 11G
Forum World Records. Sign In Sign Up. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of After turning CSM off maximus post gpu error by beeping. After pluging my GTX into it everything started to work. Windows, drivers, Cinebench and Valley benchmarks passed without any problems. No effect. I dont have more ideas. Originally Posted by ctr I would guess it is a problem with the card seating fully into the pcie slot, I have had to very slightly bend the pcie plate on graphics cards slightly to get them to fully seat before because of poor case manufacturing or warping due to moving the case around or uneven surface of desk, you could try with the motherboard out of the case to verify. Try to disable fast boot in bios, caused similar issues for me. The gigabyte cards sag quite a bit so try prop it up with something, poor contact with connector as menthol mentioned. Last edited by Buellersdayoff; at PM. Originally Posted by Trigger Originally Posted by aceisme. Originally Posted by Menthol. Originally Posted by Buellersdayoff. Last edited by ctr16; at PM. Hmmm, it really sounds like PSU. I have seen PSU's pass multimeter and still end up being bad. Have you tried another PSU?