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Some benchies? Superposition 4K or anything really.
Superposition 4K optimized reported 10187.

But I'll run more stuff during the weekend and report back, it was just some quick tests the other day =)

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Ok so just did a tweak on the OC curve which with fans at 100% made possible to keep the clock on 2145 90% of the benchmark and the result improved a bit =)




I'll think about putting her on WC on the weekend, I bet it will be able to keep core at 2190/2175 on benchs =)

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Ok so just did a tweak on the OC curve which with fans at 100% made possible to keep the clock on 2145 90% of the benchmark and the result improved a bit =)




I'll think about putting her on WC on the weekend, I bet it will be able to keep core at 2190/2175 on benchs =)
Nice.
The FTW3 costs $150 more here than the gaming X trio.
Ive had to delay my upgrade for months, but ready to get a 2080.

So, the FTW is $1400 AUD and there is currently a special on for a basic brand 2080ti for $1500... the dilemmas

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Nice.
The FTW3 costs $150 more here than the gaming X trio.
Ive had to delay my upgrade for months, but ready to get a 2080.

So, the FTW is $1400 AUD and there is currently a special on for a basic brand 2080ti for $1500... the dilemmas

As far I researched, the Gaming X Trio is neck to neck with the FTW3 Ultra, so you would be very well served.

I got lucky with my FTW3 because it was a "second hand" not really used, the dude received from EVGA as RMA of a 1080TI, but he got a 2080TI before and was selling the FTW3 cheap (same price as an entry level like Ventus OC)

But, so the RTx 2080 Gaming X Trio costs $1250 AUD and there's a 2080 TI for 1500?

I would go with the TI hands down, even if is a entry level one it would still outperform a non TI by a lot.

Here where I live the cost difference between a 2080 and the cheapest 2080 TI are enormous, like 50% price increase, so no chance.

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Ok so just did a tweak on the OC curve which with fans at 100% made possible to keep the clock on 2145 90% of the benchmark and the result improved a bit 😃




I'll think about putting her on WC on the weekend, I bet it will be able to keep core at 2190/2175 on benchs =)
Nice.
The FTW3 costs $150 more here than the gaming X trio.
Ive had to delay my upgrade for months, but ready to get a 2080.

So, the FTW is $1400 AUD and there is currently a special on for a basic brand 2080ti for $1500... the dilemmas
Do you have a link to the 2080ti ?
That is cheap








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current special Inno3D Gaming OC X3

They have had some good specials recently, thinking it could be old stock that isn't selling.
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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



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.



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.
Yeah your card never goes above 60C-62C at 65% fan while gaming yet your superposition screenshot shows 67C with fan at 100% and it only takes a couple minutes for a single superposition run. There is no way your card runs 60C overclocked or stock during gaming at ~30C ambient. Yeah, I said it.
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Folks, my brand new MSI RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio randomly fails stress tests and benchmarks at stock clocks and power settings. I’ve tried 3dmark timespy stress test, heaven, superposition, etc. The gpu temp doesn’t go over 65c, so I’m not sure whats causing these crashes. I’ve looked at the pattern of crashes and it seems like it crashes occur at around 100% gpu utilization loads. If i lower the power limit to about 80%, it fares better.

It this an indication of a faulty card? Also, peeking at the pcb from the side, i see that thermal pads on vrm mosfet are only applied over half the surface of the mosfets. This is obviously horrible quality control on MSI’s part.... but the question is... is this actually causing the vrm to overheat and in turn cause stability issues at factory stock clocks?

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Yeah your card never goes above 60C-62C at 65% fan while gaming yet your superposition screenshot shows 67C with fan at 100% and it only takes a couple minutes for a single superposition run. There is no way your card runs 60C overclocked or stock during gaming at ~30C ambient. Yeah, I said it.
I'm not sure what you are trying here man, seems you are mad about something?

It's well know benchmarks will always heat a card more than games, I'm sure you know.
You could also ask instead of making assumptions, then I would tell you a few things:

- My Superposition screenshot was the last of multiple stress test runs for about an hour, so the card was hotter than usual. If I start a bench now (card is stock clocks at 40C) it would probably heat a little less.
- I play mostly The Division 2, with OSD turned on so I see my temps and clocks all the time
- Game is capped on 85FPS, which for sure helps not heating that much.
- My fan curve is actually 70% at 60C
- My ambient is always between 27-30, no conditioned air here

I usually turn the OSD off to take screenshots but sometimes I forget, so I took a look on the folder and there's a few screenshots that show temps around 60 / 61 C with core clock between 2130 / 2145. They are all after a few hours playing, as I also track on the OSD my TDP peak and they are all around 300W+, which only happens after I played awhile.

Would you like to see them?
I have no reason to lie about this stuff or mislead anyone here.

Peace.

EDIT: I just noted you misplaced things
- The temperature information you quoted was about my Ventus OC, which I replaced with an EVGA FTW3.
- The Superposition screenshot you mention is for the EVGA FTW3, you can see the model name on it. Which runs a higher OC than the Ventus OC
- The Ventus OC temp peak on Superposition was around 65C with fans around 75%
- Ventus OC would run at 2055Mhz on games temps around 57~60C. I also have screenshots about it with the OSD if you like.
- FTW3 runs 2145 on games and tops around 60~62C with fans at 70%. The screenshots I mentioned above are from it.

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Folks, my brand new MSI RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio randomly fails stress tests and benchmarks at stock clocks and power settings. I’ve tried 3dmark timespy stress test, heaven, superposition, etc. The gpu temp doesn’t go over 65c, so I’m not sure whats causing these crashes. I’ve looked at the pattern of crashes and it seems like it crashes occur at around 100% gpu utilization loads. If i lower the power limit to about 80%, it fares better.

It this an indication of a faulty card? Also, peeking at the pcb from the side, i see that thermal pads on vrm mosfet are only applied over half the surface of the mosfets. This is obviously horrible quality control on MSI’s part.... but the question is... is this actually causing the vrm to overheat and in turn cause stability issues at factory stock clocks?
Try to update your bios to the most updated one and see if works. You can ask on the MSI official forums, they have a guide there on how to request bios. Or you can check TPU bios database.

If that doesn't help, then it's a fault card and I would RMA it.

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