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post #331 of 450 (permalink) Old 08-19-2019, 02:09 PM
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No idea why it works with 10 series but not 20, something to do with VBIOS for sure. Many things can be upgraded usually but not always.
Grab a new 7nm Zen, live happily ever after.
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post #332 of 450 (permalink) Old 08-19-2019, 08:58 PM
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Lian Li D8000, MSI Godlike, 5960X 4.6Ghz, 16GB DDR4 2666C14, MSI RTX 2080S GXT, 24 HDs/SSDs, Noctua NHD15S, 55" KS8000

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Hi all,

Thank you! :-)
Push it m8 Watercooled card and 8/16 CPU you lose almost 1k in total from my son's 8700k+stock 2070S cooled card.
https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/8023637/spy/8195730

Edit: Anyway very clean and nice looking build and work. From my experience related with cross-flashing 2070s BIOSes only Stock(MSI) and FE have similar results clock for clock. All other are giving worse results even having better TDP limits.

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post #334 of 450 (permalink) Old 08-20-2019, 11:34 AM
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Yeah - that Ryzen 1700 is mostly for productivity. It's definitely holding back the gpu in applications like this. -as you can possibly tell from the fact that my machine is the fastest with that combination of hardware. Besides that your sons 2070 super is running at almost the same clock frequency as my 2070, but with more cuda cores. Ofcourse it will be faster ;-)

I'm also a fan of silent running computers, so that water cooler is as much a noise reduction measure, as a performance enhancing measure.

The Gigabyte bios gives about 3-4% extra performance on my card. It will simply hold boosts way longer due to the higher TDP. This is also true without water cooling. :-)

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post #335 of 450 (permalink) Old 08-20-2019, 11:51 AM
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Actually, if you compare the fastest run on a Ryzen 1700 + 2070 Super vs my Ryzen 1700 + 2070, the gap is really not that huge ;-)

https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/8195730/spy/8105417
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Misread sorry you're on 2070 non Super. Over 10.5 GPU is already a descent score... in this dx12 particular application your [email protected] is not holding the GPU.

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... in this dx12 particular application your [email protected] is not holding the GPU.
I get what you are saying - I'm sorry if my point didn't make it across. English is not my first language. I meant, that My Time Spy score is being held back because it takes both GPU and CPU into account. Thus a more powerful CPU will yield a better overall score, even if the GPU is a bit slower. My overall RTX 2070 rank is #394, yet my gpu score is 300 points higher than #3 overall 2070 benchmark. :-)

https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/5093717/spy/8195730
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Boost clock of my overclocked Palit 2070 Super mostly depends on GPU temperature. I can push over 11k GPU score in Timespy (and keep boost over 2000) when I set the fans to 100%, but that's quite noisy. Using the BIOS 2 (quiet) fan-curve it more around 10.5k and much less audible. This is at a +85 MHz GPU core OC and 500 - 700 MHz memory OC.

Keep in mind that even when Superposition Benchmark reports no errors and you don't see anything funky on screen that your higher overclocks may not be fully stable. You need to run several hours of Realbench to get more reliable results, because its hash calculation really catches even single bit errors of both GPU and memory.
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I totally agree on the benchmark thing. Over the years I've dialed in several "stable" overclocks in benchmarks, only to have them fail in real games. I have not idea what kind of Time Spy scores I could be getting if I would only go for a "Time Spy-stable" overclock. Perhaps that is a project for another day :-)
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So - I got curious and did a run with fans on full blast, and a boost clock speed that I know won't fly in the real world. A GPU score of 10.700 on a non super 2070. Almost a clean 100 points above what is actually stable. That's pretty decent in my book. Boost clocks only momentarily dipped below the 2.100 mark. A shame it won't fly in the real world :-)

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