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post #31 of 459 (permalink) Old 11-09-2018, 07:34 PM
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Anyone having display flicker issues with the 2070?
I have an EVGA XC Ultra and my secondary displays are flickering.
YES! I did on the red marked port, I have 2 DP 144Hz monitors and the one connected to the red one sometimes flickers, so I use the green marked ones without flickering...
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post #32 of 459 (permalink) Old 11-10-2018, 03:39 AM
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I ran the 3dmark time spy and got 1980 to 2040MHz with my lower OC.... voltage max was 1.050v and max temp 49ºC, don't understand why mine clocked higher....
The big clock speed differences is probably related to the temperature of our cards, I'm using a maximum fan speed of 50% instead of 100%
here are some test examples running Unigine Heaven Extreme in the background:

+175 Core (114 Powerlimit) (100% Fanspeed) (57c/134f)
2025mhz 1050mV
2010mhz 1031mV
1995mhz 1018mV

+175 Core (114 Powerlimit) (50% Fanspeed) (74c/165f)
1980mhz 1050mV
1965mhz 1031mV
1950mhz 1018mV

Seems like GPU Boost doesn't like high temperatures and decides to drop down the clock speeds based on it.

I'm returning this card on monday because the OC models suddenly had a 50 euro price cut in my country, which I can't refuse

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Hi guys, I am going to receive my new Evga 2070 XC, should I flash bios from 2070 XC ULTRA or it is pointless?
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post #34 of 459 (permalink) Old 11-12-2018, 04:39 AM
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Hi guys, I am going to receive my new Evga 2070 XC, should I flash bios from 2070 XC ULTRA or it is pointless?
I think it would be wiser if you overclock with your default bios first to see if you reach clock speeds that satisfy you,
flashing a bios that gives you more power will also increase your cards temperature and you might only see a 50/100mhz (maybe more, maybe less) gain in the core clock.

Cross flashing your bios will most likely void your 3/4 year warranty which we really need (atleast in the first few weeks) to see if your card keeps working.

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Quote: Originally Posted by snoball View Post
Anyone having display flicker issues with the 2070?
I have an EVGA XC Ultra and my secondary displays are flickering.
News update, my secondary monitor always blinks 2 or 3 times every 1-2 hours.... in any configuration possible... its always the secondary, I have a Benq XL2430T 144Hz and a 27" XB271HU 144Hz.

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Just tested this bios from gigabyte:
https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...70-8192-180918
Board power - limit Target: 215.0 W - Limit: 240.0 W

Its the best one I tried but still doesn't do much for may case... Its more stable even at +170 but one of the fans stays as 30%, so the card goes up to 56ºC and the same boost I had... I rather do the same with +150 at 48ºC ...

This bios is from a nonA chip.

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MSI Gaming Z a good performer?

Looks like it to me from the techpowerup review, and not going to spend $800+ AUD for a 2nd hand 1080ti with no warranty (the warranty for my 5960X has been priceless with 3 dead in a couple of years - warranty is not something to pass up on anymore).

So, it's $1069 AUD (above my budget but going to scrape it together), pushing a 55" KS8000 4K (currently using a 980ti) on a godlike mobo.

I'm running games at 4k with the 980ti (detail settings tweaked to stick 60fps).

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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MSI Gaming Z a good performer?

Looks like it to me from the techpowerup review, and not going to spend $800+ AUD for a 2nd hand 1080ti with no warranty (the warranty for my 5960X has been priceless with 3 dead in a couple of years - warranty is not something to pass up on anymore).

So, it's $1069 AUD (above my budget but going to scrape it together), pushing a 55" KS8000 4K (currently using a 980ti) on a godlike mobo.

I'm running games at 4k with the 980ti (detail settings tweaked to stick 60fps).
You lost me on 60Hz....

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its a refresh rate.

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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its a refresh rate.
I now, and its unacceptably low... I will not call the high-refresh-rate-police this time...

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