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post #261 of 459 (permalink) Old 07-05-2019, 06:43 PM
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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.
Yeah so what is the average temp the cards run at ? My zotac "Extreme Core" usually hits 67-68 max, IDK if I ever saw 70s when trying to push it or not. They really are locked down, and hard to OC past what the factory set, aren't they ? Mine sometimes does 1950MHz, I think the average max is around 1875 in most games tho. Time to bench this whole machine since I have all the parts.

I dare not mess with my single GPU BIOS, I'm too poor.


1 thing that really annoys me is the fan control on mine, won't let me turn the way down under 29%. And in MSI:AB I can't setup a custom fan profile, IDK if it's blocked or just not supported.

Also I used to think this thing's fan's are quiet, but around 50-60% it has a bad rattle or something. I wonder if that's grounds for RMA ? God forbid I try fixing it or modding it myself and somehow void the warranty in a real emergency.


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AB is for MSI cards and usually reference design cards. The rest... good luck.
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AB is for MSI cards and usually reference design cards. The rest... good luck.
Afterburner usually works with every graphic card from any vendor. Kaltenbrunner's problem should be something unique.

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I have a Zotac 2070 Amp Extreme Core and it's running a bit hot, I mean not really much hotter than it was when I got it 6 months ago but it never used to break 70c. It used to max at 68c with the identical fan curve I'm still using, now it can hit 71-72 under heavy load. Technically it's a lot hotter now here in FL, but with AC on ambient temperature should be about the same as it was back when it didn't get this hot.


Does anybody know if opening up the card voids the warranty on Zotac cards? I'm thinking maybe it needs some new paste. And speaking of opening it up, is there any aftermarket air gpu coolers that wouldn't break the bank and would fit this card and maybe perform a bit better than the stock cooler? I don't really want to deal with liquid cooling and price is also an issue so that's why I'm thinking an air cooler. Quieter fans would also be nice as the fans on this card get very load above 60% fan speed.


I mean considering it has a thick ass heatsink and three fans I'd think it would be able to cool itself pretty well, but clearly it doesn't just looking at how cool other peoples 2070's run. Also, i've found that under load going from 60% fan speed to 100% at best reduces temperature by 1 degree celsius if anything at all, isn't that a bit odd?


Thanks in advance for any potential help with my questions.
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I am looking to get an RTX 2070 Super here in August but really dont know what card to pick i have narrowed it down to 4 cards based on price and i am not buying Asus or EVGA

My question is what card do i pick i have 4 options i am interested in the Gigabyte Gaming OC and Aorus the MSI Trio X and the Zotac Amp Extreme and the Zotac AMP Extreme is the second cheapest of those 4

The MSI RTX 2070 Super Trio X is also a strong contender

I have an Asus PG279Q which is a 1440P 165 hz monitor and while an RTX 2080 Super would be faster i am not willing to pay for an RTX 2080 Super i just want a new card without paying an arm and a leg for it

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Are you interested in overclocking the RTX 2070 Super? Or just looking for better thermals? A Day one OC for sure won't be required, but if you want to push toward 165Hz....


Quote: Originally Posted by shilka View Post
I am looking to get an RTX 2070 Super here in August but really don't know what card to pick.... I have 4 options .... Gigabyte Gaming OC and Aorus the MSI Trio X and the Zotac Amp Extreme and the Zotac AMP Extreme is the second cheapest of those 4

The MSI RTX 2070 Super Trio X is also a strong contender

I have an Asus PG279Q which is a 1440P 165 hz monitor and while an RTX 2080 Super would be faster i am not willing to pay for an RTX 2080 Super i just want a new card without paying an arm and a leg for it
In short: It's probably a little early to say, but it'll come down to Vendor selected Power Limits (if you wish to OC) and 3rd Party Cooler Design (for noise and thermals). You don't mention your airflow i.e. how well ventilated your case is...

PCB Design
-The Zotac will no doubt be better value, as they dont carry the Taiwanese cost-overheads of the other manufacturers. I ran a Zotac in my previous rig for years, I think they are sound, but that's anecdotal of course.
-The Gigabyte Gaming OC seems to be a reference PCB design (as usual). This could be beneficial if cross-flashing BIOS/UEFI becomes a thing and you are up for that.
If you are running a custom open-loop, then I would definitely consider this (I'm assuming you aren't tho)

Models here: https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-spec...70-super.c3440

USB-C port
A number of even high-end third-party cards seem to be omitting the USB-C port (incl. Zotac, MSI & others). If you are short of one on the motherboard, it could well prove useful down the line....
Silicon: With no nvidia side binning of the silicon, it will be a lottery if your silicon is really good. Now the process is more mature, there will likely be a little less variance however so perhaps less of a concern than last year... The Aorus has 3x HDMI 3x DisplayPort and 1x USB Type-C (!)

G-Sync for the win
I have the same setup as you, the Asus PG279Q at 165Hz and I'll scoop up a '70 Super soon... Naturally as a variable refresh G-Sync panel with a very good range, a 2070 Super should provide v.smooth gaming for years to come, having said that it might be worth keeping eyes peeled for clearance deals on excess 2080 inventory..

anyway food for thought, hope this helps...
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I have 5 HDD´s in the front of a stock Phanteks Luxe TG so my air flow is probably not very good and was looking for options to improve it but no one has offered any input
I was thinking of maybe slapping two Noctua NF-A12x25 fans on the back of the HDD cages or maybe in the top as intake

Edit: think i am going with the MSI Gaming X Trio it just had a 310 kr price drop making it one of the cheapest RTX 2070 Super cards on the site i am going to order from and its one of the few they have in stock
https://www.computersalg.dk/i/568992...super-gaming-x

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I was thinking of maybe slapping two Noctua NF-A12x25 fans on the back of the HDD cages or maybe in the top as intake
Try both orientations, but Exhaust in up top is where I would start!

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... Edit: think i am going with the MSI Gaming X Trio it just had a 310 kr price drop making it one of the cheapest RTX 2070 Super cards on the site i am going to order from and its one of the few they have in stock
https://www.computersalg.dk/i/568992...super-gaming-x
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Having 3 140mm fans in the top seems like overkill to me so maybe removing the PSU cover and put one in the bottom of the case as intake and the second in the top as outtake together with the single 140mm fan already there

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