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post #384 of (permalink) Old 05-05-2019, 07:10 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Technodox View Post
Would a z97 4790k @ 4.8 Ghz bottleneck a rtx 2080?
What resolution do you plan to game?

Quote: Originally Posted by R3van View Post
I know how to use Curve mode.

This guy from nvidia says that voltage limit of the 2080 is at 1.068v. I use Gigabyte 350w BIOS with also 1.068v max voltage.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjpQwqtvCZc

Please could you post a link where max voltage is shown at 1.093v?
Are you sure your bios is limiting to 1.068v?
The 1068mV is the normal voltage guarantee by Nvidia for the 5y lifespan he mentions, which Boost will max out if you don't use curve editor.

The real max allowed will be whatever your card accepts on the curve method I linked before, like you CTRL + L on something like 1200mv and while doing the -1 on each dot, the "white line" will stop moving.
On 2080 (and maybe the entire 20 series) this is 1093mV, which by the way was also on 10 series.
So that's Turing real max voltage locked by Nvidia, but you can only achieve it with curve mode (and above it only with special XOC bioses, but that's only for 2080 TI's as far I know)

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