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Changing bios on 1070 ti to increase power limit from 120% to 133%

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi!

 

I've been pushing every last bit of my cheap Inno 3d 1070 ti (something X2 in the name, cheapest one I could find), and added a Kraken X62 cooler for it. It overclocks really well, and in afterburner I use around +220 to +240 on the gpu and +520 to +550 on the memory. Temps never exceed 42 celcsius. My question is if anyone knows if I can flash a bios from a 1070 ti that has 133% power limit, and if this will at all help my overclocks. I only have 1 or 2 tests in 3dmark I'm not number 1, and really want to beat the competition (I only compare against same gpu and gfx-card users) haha :)

 

If it's possible to flash any 1070 ti bios on any brand of card, I'd like some help on how to do this, and how to find a 133% power limit bios.

 

Thanks!

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So you woke up this morning thinking ''what a great day to kill my 1070ti'' ? 🤔


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 12/9/2018 at 5:06 PM, i_build_nanosuits said:

So you woke up this morning thinking ''what a great day to kill my 1070ti'' ? 🤔

😂 No I think my post stated my goals pretty well. Based on your comment, are you saying it's not possible to flash to a bios with higher power limit?

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What power are you hitting now?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 12/12/2018 at 6:13 PM, Mick Naughty said:

What power are you hitting now?

What do you mean? I have the power limit slider all the way to 120% in afterburner, which is max for my card. But I've seen other cards have 133% power limit. So with the nice cooling I have it would be interesting to get that extra 13% gain in the power limit setting in afterburner.

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32 minutes ago, mikkelreven said:

What do you mean? I have the power limit slider all the way to 120% in afterburner, which is max for my card. But I've seen other cards have 133% power limit. So with the nice cooling I have it would be interesting to get that extra 13% gain in the power limit setting in afterburner.

As in what power % are you actually hitting? Not what the slider is at. 

Also gaining more power isn’t gonna be a cure all. Still gonna be missing voltage. 


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