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post #241 of 262 (permalink) Old 02-02-2019, 10:46 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by outofmyheadyo View Post
Any way to tell you have A chip without takin off the cooler ?
Look at the 1st page of this thread, it lists all models with Chip info. Some non A card have A chips in there but that is probably just luck or lack of non A chips when they were built. I know that some that got the Gigabyte Windforce (Non OC version) did get A chips but I didn't. Note, most will still OC near the same, within 100mhz. My is a non OC chip and it OC like a champ, just luck of the silicon. That 100mhz you will hardly notice in gaming, only a bit in benches... That extra 100mhz is usually helped by the power limit increase, meaning instead of the slider going to 110% it will got to 120 or 130% that allows the card to not hit the limit as quick for less throttling.
I would go for a card that has more phases and A chip if you can afford it, I mean why not! I got this one to get in cheap as possible, and it does a great job, stays cool and you cannot tell it from another 2080.

Also, if you gpu-z, under the for the Device ID section, if it has 1E82 in there it is a non A chip, 1E87 is an A chip.

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Oh thanks for the info, seems it`s the A chip, the card is the strix 2080

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I have an Asus RTX 2080 Dual OC and i´m always encountering the Power Limit.

Yesterday i tried to flash 4 different Bios files (Asus Strix from techpowerup) but all gave me a Semi-Bricked Card

Has anyone the same GPU and flashed the bios successfully? (Just want to have High Power Limit/Target)
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Anyone got a stable "grab and go" OC for the Asus strix 2080 oc edition? Would appreciate it.
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Every card is different, so what good would someone elses OC profile do for you ?

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Quote: Originally Posted by Knotspot View Post
Is this true? I was thinking of buying a PNY based on OPs claim that they are reference design...
I just bought a PNY card. I saw a review on Hardware Unboxed of the card i bought (XLR8 OC twin fan).

In that video he showed the PCB. The layout looks pretty similar to reference.
I will buy a waterblock for the card from EK. When i get it, I will report if the PCB is indeed reference.
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Anyone got a stable "grab and go" OC for the Asus strix 2080 oc edition? Would appreciate it.
On my Strix 2080 OC, +115 Core and +1315 memory is stable in benchmarking (Firestrike, Timespy, Heaven, etc) but is not 100% stable in games. Some games will run fine all day long, others crash within a few minutes.

My max overclock that is 110% stable in all games is +80 core and +1000 memory. I've ran this since November and never had a overclock related crash. Increase the core or memory even a fraction more than this, and games that are sensitive to overclocking will crash. It's really the limit. Silicon lottery.

However, my card has Samsung memory, which typically tends to overclock much better than the Micron cards. YMMV

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Quote: Originally Posted by CelticGamer View Post
On my Strix 2080 OC, +115 Core and +1315 memory is stable in benchmarking (Firestrike, Timespy, Heaven, etc) but is not 100% stable in games. Some games will run fine all day long, others crash within a few minutes.

My max overclock that is 110% stable in all games is +80 core and +1000 memory. I've ran this since November and never had a overclock related crash. Increase the core or memory even a fraction more than this, and games that are sensitive to overclocking will crash. It's really the limit. Silicon lottery.

However, my card has Samsung memory, which typically tends to overclock much better than the Micron cards. YMMV

Thanks man. Will give it a try. Currently undervolting mine.


+50 Core / + 1001 Mem (had to get 8000, 7999 wasn't that sexy) @ 1mV seems pretty damn stable.

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I'm debating getting a new GPU. I'm coming from an EVGA 1080ti SC2 iCX. Do I need to upgrade? No, but I should be able to get 500-550 for my card and I'm looking at getting the MSI Ventus OC or the Gigabyte Gaming OC White. I can sell the game codes for roughly 80-100 and get the new card for 100-150 after everything.


What do y'all think? Also, any other models I should look at?

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Hello to everyone,I got quick question here:

My sister bought me rtx 2080 asus strix gpu and as I guess it's not an OC version,returning it back will be serious pain in the ass,so I'm interested if this gpu can be overclocked manually and safely to the levels of OC edition?

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