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post #241 of 389 (permalink) Old 05-09-2019, 10:03 AM
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np,dont know if there is a better bios for our vgas.still has room for more performance.

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To those who are new to Turing bios flashing: Pls note that only A-Chips with the device ID 1F07 can be flashed with a stronger bios (one exception, not going into detail). How to find your chip's ID is explained a few posts earlier.

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Hi, I have the EVGA RTX 2070 XC I'll show U how I can find all the info on MY card with 1 simple app/program. (GPU-Z) First download & install GPU-Z from techpowerup https://www.techpowerup.com/download/techpowerup-gpu-z/ then open it. it will show your video card as it does mine in the screen shot. THEN click the 'lookop" button next to the name and it will take you to the page that techpowerup has with all the info on your device. In MY case https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-spec...-2070-xc.b6327 where I was able to get the information in the second screenshot along with other info. Hope this helps. Edit: Notice 1 of the things shown is the gpu variant.
Thanks man! That was exactly what I was looking for... Just one more question, if my report show a non-A version, this is readed from the bios or from the hardware? I mean, if here says it's a non-A, its 100% sure that is a non-A version?

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Thanks man! That was exactly what I was looking for... Just one more question, if my report show a non-A version, this is readed from the bios or from the hardware? I mean, if here says it's a non-A, its 100% sure that is a non-A version?

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I believe it's reading it from the bios or the device id(not sure which but believe the bios) as long as you haven't flashed it yet,it'll be accurate as far as I know. U can also try the nvidia control panel under system information for the device info.(I included a shot of mine.) if that helps any.
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I mean, if here says it's a non-A, its 100% sure that is a non-A version?
Try to flash a Non-A Bios. If it works, you have a Non-A card.

Seriously, I‘ve never read or heard about a wrong identification in GPU-Z. Can be trusted.

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what is a high overclock to get with these gpu?

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/7316507

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High load stable 2100MHz+ on Pascal and Turing. Good luck getting there without power mods as a high load on RTX 2070 will take it from 2070 to 1900ish if you don't have high power limits. Poor Unreal 4 games/demos do this, or stress burns.
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If you can get above 10k gpu score in time spy with acceptable noise levels on air cooling you're golden.

In the end GPU Boost will temperature limit you to between 1995-2040mhz in the 60-70°C range even if you have power to spare,
only way around that is better cooling.

Those are my findings at any rate.
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THIS is why I said I believe GPU-Z reads from the bios on the card. Here are screen shots of a "GTX 650ti" that I won on a random bid on fleabay for under $15.00 including shipping. As you'll see it's identified as a gtx650ti, but only has 128 cuda cores. It's actually an older direct x10 card that was reflashed in china with a gtx650ti bios then resold. I ended up buying from the sucker(err purchaser) who bought it from the china dealer. I'll post the GPU-Z screen shot AND Nvidia system info. (reason it took awhile is I had to re-install the card which is limited to driver 340.52 & lower on a comp to get new shots of the info) . Oh, the card even has a small sticker on back saying it's a 650ti lol. The cooling fans have Nvidia logo's on them. I tried to get nvidia to prosecute some of these people for misrepresentation @ the least but they weren't even interested in hearing about it. Edit: Also including a shot of what a REAL gtx650ti looks like in gpu-z for comparison. Notice the difference between the Shaders,ROP's/TMU's,Memory interface rate,texture fill rate,ect. Also have a shot of the specs of the base card from nvidia's site.
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Add me to the club! I bought the RTX 2070 XC Ultra Gaming Eidtion that has the 2.75 PCI slot thickness that supposedly allows better heat dispersal, way back when it first came out. Can't recall exact date, but I'd say November.

I got it when Ebay had a coupon and it was $506.98 after shipping. I considered upgrading as my invoice from NewEgg showed the price at $606.98 and apparently EVGA were willing to honor it, but the RTX 2070 was working well and I don't envision a 4k screen in my future anytime, like ever, lol.

So, rather than risk higher idling temps and just higher temps in general I stuck with the RTX 2070 XC Ultra Gaming Edition. EVGA support said temp difference would be 5C max and they're probably right, but that laziness in me definitely contributed to not taking advantage of the step-up.

If the 90-day upgrade program allowed me to cross-ship to see the difference in heat, I'd probably have given the 2080 a look. As it is with a 1080p monitor, I think it'll be sufficient for what I need it to do. It also idles at 32C, sometimes a little lower and it never even gets close to the kind of temps I saw on my EVGA 970 SSC 2.0+ edition, which was the one w/ the fixed heatsink supposedly (for 970's at least).

I put the 970 SSC into a friends computer that is a pre-made HP, but thankfully it had the necessary connectors needed to upgrade from it's GTX 960 PoS oem version.

I was worried I'd see higher idle/load temps and so decided to stick with what I bought to begin with. If I could have paid a little more to get the 2.75 pci slot rtx 2080 card, I would have done so most likely.

Very cool what you guys have figured out about flashing these cards. Apparently mine already has a 240w limit, which is the highest I believe a 2070 will go, but still very cool for the rest of you.

Feel free to lmk what I'm missing, if anything.
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