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Hey guys, got my next paycheck (tomorrow) slated for a new GPU, going to swing for a 2080. Do we have unlocked voltage? Dual BIOS? NVflash still working? I will be throwing a uni block on the card (EK VGA supremacy), so I want one that likes water and voltage.



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OC Scanner will go black or freeze the screen for a few minutes, but never happened to freeze for 10 minutes with me the times I tested.

Is recommended to run it with stock settings and stock bios.
I'm using stock bios with the latest NVIDIA drivers. Can you test with the latest drivers does your OC scanner work as it should?

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Hello - Checking on this OC 2080 results

Hi,

New to overclocking in general. Started with my Zotac 2080 RTX Twin Fan that I picked up last week. OC'd using OC Scanner. I've seen the core clock max out at 2040 Mhz and I've manually OC'd mem clock +201. Benchmarked in 3DMark Timespy for 9878 and FireStrike for 21134 (20003 stock) which seem like decent improvements. Temp has never exceeded 83 degrees but that's where it stays for my gaming sessions. Adjusted my fan profile. CPU is i5-8600k OC'd to 4.8GHz (conservative i know)

I'm looking for stable OC'ng so I am willing to back down from max if it will reduce the chance of card failure/

A couple of questions.
1. Should I be concerned about core clock hitting 2040?
2. Will 83 degrees affect long term (2 year) GPU lifespan?
3. Is the i5-8600k bottlenecking this GPU?

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3. Is the i5-8600k bottlenecking this GPU?

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I had a 9600k (4.9ghz) and a 2080 gaming oc running at around 2050Mhz. Then I switched to 9900k so I could do some video work... I only saw maaayyybe 5fps improvement with 9900k (5.0Ghz) with most games like Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Far Cry 5, and PUBG. Maybe the frametime fluctuation was bit more stable? but whatever the difference was between just the CPUs, it was negligible compared to the price difference.

since 9600k is pretty much the same as 8600k, I would assume the same for 8600k?

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Quote: Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post
Hey guys, got my next paycheck (tomorrow) slated for a new GPU, going to swing for a 2080. Do we have unlocked voltage? Dual BIOS? NVflash still working? I will be throwing a uni block on the card (EK VGA supremacy), so I want one that likes water and voltage.

Suggestions? I don't really want to read a million tech articles and weigh all the choices. Don't have the time or energy right now to keep up like I used to.
1- No unlocked voltage, only the slider to allow use the max pre-configured voltage inside the bios. No bios mod either.
2- Dual bios depends on the model of your card
3- Check the main pots of this thread, there's a link to the patched NVFlash.
4- You will still need to search and read a few things man. If you don't have the energy to do a little research, then maybe just use OC Scanner and don't touch manual OC. https://www.msi.com/blog/get-a-free-...ner-oc-scanner

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I'm using stock bios with the latest NVIDIA drivers. Can you test with the latest drivers does your OC scanner work as it should?
Sorry man, I never use lates drivers, I always follow the benchmarks and bug reports and stay on the latest recommended one, which is 417.71 unless someone really need the latest one.

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Hi,

New to overclocking in general. Started with my Zotac 2080 RTX Twin Fan that I picked up last week. OC'd using OC Scanner. I've seen the core clock max out at 2040 Mhz and I've manually OC'd mem clock +201. Benchmarked in 3DMark Timespy for 9878 and FireStrike for 21134 (20003 stock) which seem like decent improvements. Temp has never exceeded 83 degrees but that's where it stays for my gaming sessions. Adjusted my fan profile. CPU is i5-8600k OC'd to 4.8GHz (conservative i know)

I'm looking for stable OC'ng so I am willing to back down from max if it will reduce the chance of card failure/

A couple of questions.
1. Should I be concerned about core clock hitting 2040?
2. Will 83 degrees affect long term (2 year) GPU lifespan?
3. Is the i5-8600k bottlenecking this GPU?

Thanks
1. If the clocks are stable there are no concerns.
2. Is still inside the card limit, but it seems high for me. Is your case well ventilated, do you have proper airflow to remove the heat? How is your ambient temps? My Ventus OC operates at 2070/2055 core clock and never goes above 60/62 C on games, with fans close to 65%. My case is very well ventilated but it's a hot weather here with ambient temps around 27-33C all the time. To me somethings seems off regarding your GPU temps. Even on benchmarks mine don't go over 75C.
3. Not really. There are a few games that spikes the CPU, in this case is advised to limit the FPS bit, sometimes the sweet spot is 80-90 FPS. Also using DX12 when available helps.

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Quote: Originally Posted by fleps View Post
2. Is still inside the card limit, but it seems high for me. Is your case well ventilated, do you have proper airflow to remove the heat? How is your ambient temps? My Ventus OC operates at 2070/2055 core clock and never goes above 60/62 C on games, with fans close to 65%. My case is very well ventilated but it's a hot weather here with ambient temps around 27-33C all the time. To me somethings seems off regarding your GPU temps. Even on benchmarks mine don't go over 75C.
It does seem high for me as well. It's a Zotac Twin Fan so it's not the highest end model with the best cooling shroud. Ambient temp is low 18C-21C. Case is a Fractal Mesh C and seems well ventilated - top twin fan which feels cool (which now I am wondering about since shouldn't it be hot from the air coming from inside the case??).

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It does seem high for me as well. It's a Zotac Twin Fan so it's not the highest end model with the best cooling shroud. Ambient temp is low 18C-21C. Case is a Fractal Mesh C and seems well ventilated - top twin fan which feels cool (which now I am wondering about since shouldn't it be hot from the air coming from inside the case??).
My Ventus OC and your card are all based on the same 2080 FE card PCB, I checked the pictures and your card also use the same FE front/inner plate as mine.

So these cards temperatures should be really close, and yours even lower IMO as your ambient temps are almost 10C lower than mine.

Regarding your top fans, it do you also have a back fan exhausting? When benchmarking you should feel the air coming out hotter, on idle usually isn't much.

How is your card idle temp? Mine is 43C right now with 24% fans on 1230Mhz core (lower idle allowed when using 2 displays). And it's freaking 29C ambient at 7 pm lol.

You can do a few benchmarks with your case open just to make sure is not a case fan, but I don't know, it seems this card need to be returned or have paste re-applied.

EDIT: here's a review of your model particularly the temps page, where while gaming/furmark their card didn't get above 65C: https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...mp,5839-5.html

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Quote: Originally Posted by fleps View Post
My Ventus OC and your card are all based on the same 2080 FE card PCB, I checked the pictures and your card also use the same FE front/inner plate as mine.



So these cards temperatures should be really close, and yours even lower IMO as your ambient temps are almost 10C lower than mine.



Regarding your top fans, it do you also have a back fan exhausting? When benchmarking you should feel the air coming out hotter, on idle usually isn't much.



How is your card idle temp? Mine is 43C right now with 24% fans on 1230Mhz core (lower idle allowed when using 2 displays). And it's freaking 29C ambient at 7 pm lol.



You can do a few benchmarks with your case open just to make sure is not a case fan, but I don't know, it seems this card need to be returned or have paste re-applied.



EDIT: here's a review of your model particularly the temps page, where while gaming/furmark their card didn't get above 65C: https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...mp,5839-5.html
Thanks for the comments fleps. Attached are pics of my fan setup. One in from front, one out back and 2 drawing air in from the top.

Temp idle is about 30c. I might double up on intake and exhaust fans if that's the problem.




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Quote: Originally Posted by fleps View Post
My Ventus OC and your card are all based on the same 2080 FE card PCB, I checked the pictures and your card also use the same FE front/inner plate as mine.



So these cards temperatures should be really close, and yours even lower IMO as your ambient temps are almost 10C lower than mine.



Regarding your top fans, it do you also have a back fan exhausting? When benchmarking you should feel the air coming out hotter, on idle usually isn't much.



How is your card idle temp? Mine is 43C right now with 24% fans on 1230Mhz core (lower idle allowed when using 2 displays). And it's freaking 29C ambient at 7 pm lol.



You can do a few benchmarks with your case open just to make sure is not a case fan, but I don't know, it seems this card need to be returned or have paste re-applied.



EDIT: here's a review of your model particularly the temps page, where while gaming/furmark their card didn't get above 65C: https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...mp,5839-5.html
Btw. I have zotac rtx 2080 twin fan. The link you sent was for the model above mine with 3 fans.

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