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Has anyone tried the 1000w Bios that is out there today?

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2023/05/12 19:03:09 (permalink)
 https://youtu.be/vz-rpRYFhRo
I got some new ram for the system and I can push my OC way more 
is this natural?
My 4090 is way faster than what they are doing at only 510w
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    Re: Has anyone tried the 1000w Bios that is out there today? 2023/05/12 19:46:31 (permalink)
    Haven't tried it yet.
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    Re: Has anyone tried the 1000w Bios that is out there today? 2023/05/13 14:00:42 (permalink)
    Nope, do not want to volt mod my card then there is the possibility of yeeting it, lastly due to ASUS Support/Warranty is painful to deal with. Would rather not deal with that as long as possible.
     

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    Re: Has anyone tried the 1000w Bios that is out there today? 2023/05/14 02:57:51 (permalink)
    I would mostly be afraid something might go wrong with the card unless I had an overclocking test bench and was going for a record. I really don't see the point since a 4090 will tear through any game you put it up against.

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    Re: Has anyone tried the 1000w Bios that is out there today? 2023/05/15 14:19:53 (permalink)
    Which one? This one? https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/253487/253487 
     
    I am already using the Galax HOF 1000W vBIOS on my 4090 Suprim X. No issues. You can't exhaust the power limit with gimped voltage. It won't use the excess because it can't. The good thing about having a high power limit is you eliminate that (power limit) as a performance bottle neck. The CPU or GPU won't use more power than it needs to or is capable of using with limited voltage. I do not need to worry about temperatures... everything is nice and cool.
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    Re: Has anyone tried the 1000w Bios that is out there today? 2023/05/15 18:28:52 (permalink)
    kraade
     https://youtu.be/vz-rpRYFhRo
    I got some new ram for the system and I can push my OC way more 
    is this natural?
    My 4090 is way faster than what they are doing at only 510w

    Here's how my Suprim X looks with the 1000W Strix 4090 vBIOS running an MSI Kombustor stress test. Core and memory both overclocked to 3.0GHz.


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    Re: Has anyone tried the 1000w Bios that is out there today? 2023/05/20 17:11:14 (permalink)
    So I taught myself some Ram overclocking and timing tightening , last couple of days, and it made my card run more stable at higher clocks, 
    Got it to run a stress test at 3045 mhz /23.6K mem @50C +10% perf increase
    Stock is 2780 mhz / 21K mem @44C 0% perf increase
    Undervolt = 2820 mhz / 23.4K mem @41C +5% perf increase
     
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    Re: Has anyone tried the 1000w Bios that is out there today? 2023/05/22 12:47:46 (permalink)
    Mr. Fox
    Which one? This one? https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/253487/253487 
     
    I am already using the Galax HOF 1000W vBIOS on my 4090 Suprim X. No issues. You can't exhaust the power limit with gimped voltage. It won't use the excess because it can't. The good thing about having a high power limit is you eliminate that (power limit) as a performance bottle neck. The CPU or GPU won't use more power than it needs to or is capable of using with limited voltage. I do not need to worry about temperatures... everything is nice and cool.


    Great to know the bios running well on a Suprim X.  Thanks for sharing.
     

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    Re: Has anyone tried the 1000w Bios that is out there today? 2023/05/25 09:25:19 (permalink)
    I've run the Asus 1kw bios some on my TUF.  Works well, but unless you are going to volt mod, it doesn't offer any benefit over the Galax 666w bios.  I did make some runs like this one with the EVC2 and ~1.15v on the core.  Pulled around 750w.  About all it did is put my core clock close to the golden sample cards.
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/pr/2157678
     
    BTW, is the Galax 1kw bios out in the wild anywhere?  I haven't found it on TPU yet.  Don't really expect it to offer more performance than the other 2 bios anyway, but would like to try it at some point.
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