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post #341 of 461 (permalink) Old 08-23-2019, 04:20 AM
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Yes, my 2070 Super goes towards 11500 pt then, but since I am using GPU image computing (Adobe, Topaz) there is little to no use working with an unstable setup that can produce computing errors. Around 10500 is plenty enough, especially if it's meant to stay somewhat quiet.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Timur Born View Post
Yes, my 2070 Super goes towards 11500 pt then, but since I am using GPU image computing (Adobe, Topaz) there is little to no use working with an unstable setup that can produce computing errors. Around 10500 is plenty enough, especially if it's meant to stay somewhat quiet.
Exactly. My 2070 sits comfortably at around 10.500 points in silent mode. Fans off most of time, max fan speed 50%.
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Any recommondations which 2070 to buy for below existing build?

Intel Core i7-8700K Boxed - 4.8Ghz OC 1.24v
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Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX

I prefer playing games on 2K but if not possible 1080p is fine on my PG279Q - 165hz - GSYNC

I was thinking about purcashing the below, GOOD CHOICE??

Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 Super Gaming OC White 8G for €590?
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1080p is 2K.

I'd find a card with the highest OC power limit.

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2200~2400rpm makes gigabyte 2070 super windforce cooler a lot compared to <2000rpm.
it is like this card needs ~2200rpm to fully push out the heat from the thin hestsink.
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1080p is 2K.

I'd find a card with the highest OC power limit.
1440p is 2K?
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Exactly. My 2070 sits comfortably at around 10.500 points in silent mode. Fans off most of time, max fan speed 50%.
This got me thinking, because that's what I reported for my 2070 Super earlier. I did another run at +85 GPU and +700 (+175) memory using the silent BIOS fan-curve. This time my GPU score was 10915 and total score 11106 (5 GHz 9900K). Peak fan-speed was 65% = 1500 rpm (2x 100 mm fans).

So there is some minimal benefit left for using the Super, but it's rather meager compared to your "silent" score.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Timur Born View Post
This got me thinking, because that's what I reported for my 2070 Super earlier. I did another run at +85 GPU and +700 (+175) memory using the silent BIOS fan-curve. This time my GPU score was 10915 and total score 11106 (5 GHz 9900K). Peak fan-speed was 65% = 1500 rpm (2x 100 mm fans).

So there is some minimal benefit left for using the Super, but it's rather meager compared to your "silent" score.
Yes, minimal benefit over my modded card with raised power limit and water cooling.

Since I'm a fan of silent running, I also have a "silent" score on my 2070 when it was running stock bios and stock fans. I capped the fan-curve at 49% to keep it quiet, and even then it is nowhere nearly as silent as my card is now.

This is the Time Spy results:

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/8134695
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And I suspect, that I've been rather lucky in the silicon lottery as well. Even with stock bios, stock cooler and fans fixed at 50% it seems that my card did rather well for a 2070 non super.

My settings are (regardles of bios and cooling): +185Mhz core, +1100 memory

If i'm only looking for "benchmark-stable" I can do +210Mhz core, but that won't fly in real life work loads.
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+185 looks good, indeed. My former 2060 non Super did +145, but started lower. Did you run Realbench for a few hours (at least 4) to make sure this works 100% stable?

My Palit 2070 Super is the non Premium GR edition and there doesn't seem to be any difference between BIOS 1 & 2 other than fan-curves and factory OC. I bought it because of the larger fans (=lower RPM possible) and because I wanted a 2070S with USB-C. The last feature alone increased the entry level price by 50 EUR, now it's closer to a 30 EUR difference thanks to Gigabyte.

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