Rise your 2080 mobile with 200W from vbios of 51M

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  1. HoangThi

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    be VERY careful with this, we are talking about two completely different board designs here. if your card dies after some weeks/months of use, please remember this thread and dont scratch ur head thinking it had something to do with bad luck ;)

    just saying!

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    Oh of course. There are a few cases that have run 200W on BGAd cards and they are still satisfied with that. For my case, I know what I'm doing and take responsibility for my actions :rolleyes:
     
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    with that out of the way: good job ;)

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    How are temps while gaming with the 200W vBIOS?
     
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    Aound 83-84 with mx4 themal paste and no lapped heatsink :eek:
     
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    Interesting. That's not bad at all, similar to my 190W 1080N with LM actually. I guess the much larger TU104 die really is significantly easier to cool.
     
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    2080 die is 545mm2 larger 1080 die with 314mm2. So I think in the same power, 2080 cooler than 1080.
    I am thinking about lapping heatsink and use liquid metal. Maybe the temp can reduce to 7x C ;)
     
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    The thermal density is a bit lower.
     
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    That's a pretty nice boost your scores. A note on LM, its a good idea to testfit the card outside the chassis to check the die contact. Sometimes you either need a thinner 0.5mm copper shim for the die or thinner thermalpads for everything else.
     
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