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Timespy scores sadly mean very little in terms of real world performance, the Turing architecture is exceptionally fast in it.

There is a few select games where the 2070 can match a 1080ti, like Wolfenstein 2 but generally it will slot in between 1080 and 1080ti.
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@Mms60r : I am curious: Why replace a 1080ti by a 2070?

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Hi guys,

I have a Gainward RTX 2070 Phoenix (without GS), that comes with a 1650Mhz boost by default and it has a A-chip. However, power limit is still at 114%, which is quite the default if you compare to other A-chip cards.
Also I couldn't find articles or similar about "best bios for 2070", unlike the 2080/2080Ti which has a lot of such articles. Which BIOS would you recommend to flash? Gainward 2070 GS BIOS?
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@Mms60r : I am curious: Why replace a 1080ti by a 2070?
I wanted a ROG card first and foremost to go with the rest of my build. I straight up didn’t have the budget for the 2080. The 2070 came with Metro Exodus which I wanted. Sad fact is I play Dota 2 at 4K more than anything. I was at 200fps with the 1080ti. Pretty sure the 2070 isn’t going to have any issues getting close to that.
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Quote: Originally Posted by kurtextrem View Post
Hi guys,

I have a Gainward RTX 2070 Phoenix (without GS), that comes with a 1650Mhz boost by default and it has a A-chip. However, power limit is still at 114%, which is quite the default if you compare to other A-chip cards.
Also I couldn't find articles or similar about "best bios for 2070", unlike the 2080/2080Ti which has a lot of such articles. Which BIOS would you recommend to flash? Gainward 2070 GS BIOS?
With A chip you can flash some other Gainward Phoenix etc. VBIOS that has higher power limit but likely also higher default clocks.

For non A I would say hard mod it as the only higher PL VBIOS is from Gigabyte.
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12,5% Difference between 1070 non OC vs 1070 max OC + Water.

https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/6542208/spy/6674638

My MSI Ventus 2070 is non-OC aka non-A, but samsung memory (runs on every card with +1000 aka 250mhz). I was looking for a way to get a higher PL (+107%), but the VRMs are getting noisy at 190w.

The card runs fine on light load on low details. With RTX you need full power and then the card gets louder.
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With A chip you can flash some other Gainward Phoenix etc. VBIOS that has higher power limit but likely also higher default clocks.

For non A I would say hard mod it as the only higher PL VBIOS is from Gigabyte.
Thanks. Sadly, can't find any Gainward Phoenix BIOS. Gainward doesn't/didn't publish them yet - so you have to keep the bios your card comes with.
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I have a Asus Dual-RTX2070-O8G with BIOS Version 90.06.0B.40.5B BIOS Date 2018-09-27 .Is there any other Bios I could try on my card or is this one that came on the card good enough for now.Also,has anyone replaced the Tim on the GPU of these new cards,like with Grizzly Kryonaut thermal paste or Liquid Metal and have good results in cooling.Or are they putting a top quality paste on now for a change..Just Curious...

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Thanks. Sadly, can't find any Gainward Phoenix BIOS. Gainward doesn't/didn't publish them yet - so you have to keep the bios your card comes with.
https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...70-8192-181022

That's the highest I can find but I don't think other brands that often use the same PCB used 3 fans but then the fans can really be controlled as 1+2 on two connectors anyway, you would have to check the fans, PCBs etc.
Gainward=Palit=PNY=who ever else, they often differ in cosmetics such as shroud but also the heatsink but PCB is the very same with same parts likely from same factory.

There is no way to know what will work or not until someone risks to flash it. There is also a 2nd VBIOS with fan stop and 235W limit instead of 250W.

Paste depends on card/cooler maker and varies. Haven't opened mine yet.
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Gainward Phoenix uses the same PCB as the Palit Gamingpro (dual fan) https://www.guru3d.com/articles_page..._review,5.html
Gainward Phantom (triple fan) uses the same PCB as the Palit Gamerock and Jetstream (dual fan) https://www.guru3d.com/articles_page..._review,5.html

For the Phantom, Gamerock and Jetstream even the heatsink appears identical and only the fan shroud changes.
I believe the Phoenix/Gamingpro are also just dual slot and have a standard width PCB while the others are triple slot and a lot wider.

The "Gamingpro OC" BIOS in the TPU library is probably a safe bet and gets you 215w max TDP. (15w more)

Edit: At first glance i'm not seeing a dual BIOS switch on the Phoenix or Gamingpro, that might be risky to work with.

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