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Thanks for all the help Matt, I see you want these to succeed, hopefully the OC range can have a lot more versitility over the base cards that will be released later on. I've ordered a 2080 Windforce OC and I'm constantly checking these forums to have as much knowledge as I can to OC my card once it arrives. Cheers!!
Have 2 2080ti Windoforce getting delivered on 10/18...but if I had known about this ridiculous power limit I would have never bought them. Is this card getting a new BIOS or not?
my power limit is 109 and I'm getting a +200 bump in core mhz
You won't be stable in all applications with a 109 power target, even under water cooling. There are many games that surpasses that power target without any issue... And I don't want to do ANY shunt mode just because Gigabyte doesn't want to put a higher power target, which should be, without a problem and inside spec, 345 watts (27 watts for the Virtual Link) to run under the PCI spec. ATX maximum for those types of connectors would be something in the reals of 694W, without counting the PCI power
Just FYI the power limits are NVidia spec, and the windforce cards are our "base" model. Just so everyone has accurate information when making a purchasing decision: Right now there is no plan to raise the power limit on windforce cards. Its always possible we do somewhere down the road, but for right now we are sticking with the current VBios. That being said I encourage you to read reviews and ask other who have any of our cards how they are performing. A few tests (Tech Yes City in AU) actually got better OC's, with lower noise, than some competitors with the lower power limit still in place!
orea wrote: Apr 21, 2019 23:56:54 GMT -8 Go with Asus. First Gigabyte motherboard. Problems right out of the box. Two days and counting for esupport. Really!!! You got me this time Giga*@it.. But never again.
evilsact wrote: Apr 19, 2019 6:21:14 GMT -8 Having problem with my Aorus rgb memory. rgb wont work with fusion.
hotelcali4nia1 wrote: Apr 18, 2019 16:20:36 GMT -8 2 month's to get accepted? I've already solved my problems thank you, Please delete me!!
echto wrote: Apr 18, 2019 1:22:48 GMT -8 reddorki - no kidding, go figure.
reddorki wrote: Apr 16, 2019 14:59:12 GMT -8 intender: What use has an RGB NVMe, if your main slot on your motherboard is covered or invisible when a GPU is installed ? Ah, forgot that on Gigabyte motherboards that NVMe slot is located below the first/main PCIe-express slot for the GPU.
psycrow wrote: Apr 12, 2019 12:41:55 GMT -8 Do anyone know how i get my default colours changing mode back on my 2080 rtx ti auros..i installed fusion by a mistake and tryed the rainbow loop mode..now in stuck on that mode after i removed that horrible program....so how do i reset that ?
intender wrote: Apr 5, 2019 13:58:12 GMT -8 The Aorus RGB nvme drive is now available, video below with links to buy in the description
vanowm wrote: Mar 9, 2019 16:44:15 GMT -8 What is the most important features you are looking for when choosing a motherboard?
scaramonga wrote: Feb 25, 2019 21:03:38 GMT -8 Kids!, in a mans world *
vanowm wrote: Feb 25, 2019 15:18:45 GMT -8 How about you just leave? Change email address of the account and forget it ever existed.
nubone wrote: Feb 22, 2019 20:53:16 GMT -8 Hello...needd help why my pc Ethernet connection unavailable in network adapters... done update driver.. said already install the driver.... mobo b360m, windows 10pro,i5-8400