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post #451 of 537 (permalink) Old 08-01-2019, 04:47 AM
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So I've never had an EVGA card before. Does anyone know what the major difference between the XC Hybrid Gaming and the FTW3 Hybrid Gaming is? XC is 6+8 and FTW3 is 8+8. Does that mean the FTW3 has a higher power limit?
Not necessarily. It has the possibility of drawing more power. The BIOS decided the limit on these cards.

FTW3:
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Target: 260.0 W
Limit: 338.0 W
Adj. Range: -60%, +30%

XC (all models with 22-10-2018 BIOS update)
Board power limit
Target: 225.0 W
Limit: 292.0 W
Adj. Range: -53%, +30%

So, yeah the FTW3 has the higher limit in this case.

I run a MSI Gaming X Trio which has:
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Target: 260.0 W
Limit: 285.0 W
Adj. Range: -50%, +10%

And yes, that 285w I can pretty easily hit on 2085/8200 1.093v Curve OC in like, Superposition or Metro Exodus @ 1080p all settings maxed with RTX Ultra enabled. So, for maximum performance when using 1.093v Curve I would get a FTW3.

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I have a problem when I try to change the bios in nvflash. My card is the basic rtx 2080 reference pcb with +111 power limit, I'm trying to put another bios from Gainward phoenix GS(reference pcb and same cooling but better power limit) and any time i tried, is allways failing. ID mismatch. I've tried diferent nvflash versions, even the patched one for the mismatch error but is allways the same.

As far as I understand, if you only have 111% power adjustment, that means you have a non-A chip. Non-A chips are incompatible with any of the higher power target bioses, because it is a slightly different die. I am in basically the same situation, I even have waterblocked my card and attempted a shunt mod (cant get it to run over 300mhz) to bypass the power limit. My card tops out at 1980Mhz stable at .983V, I am quite sure that if I could bypass the power limit and pump 1.1V, that this card would fly.



I am going to dig a little deeper this sunday and see if I can get the shunt mod to NOT trigger safe mode on the card. I might have to put a trim pot in my shunt bridge or something. Seems kinds of silly to do a shunt mod for maybe 2-5% higher overclock...but hey, I wouldn't be on this website if I wasn't willing to void a warranty for a little extra performace

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So while overclocking my 2080S I've hit the memory offset limit of +1500. Precision X1 lets me go higher but the weird thing is if I put +130 to the core clock in Precision it only stays at like 2085-2100 while running Superposition but at +130 in AB it stays at 2130-2145. Any ideas? I've seen that you can unlock limits in AB but that seems to be only for AMD cards?

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Ok so turns out it doesn't really matter. +130 was stable in Superposition but not BFV. Not even +100 was stable in BFV. I ended up using Precision X1 and using the VF curve tuner which gave me a similar curve to OC scanner in AB. Sits at around 2055 core under load and I have +1600 on memory for a 9100 total. Temps max at 55 C.

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Is there a way in getting 0rpm fans on zotac 2080 AMP ? I dont see why was it so hard for zotac to add this to a card of this price range, prettyh ridiculous place to skimp on in u ask me. Perhaps flashing one of the 4 zotac 2080 bios that available on TPU ?

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Ok so turns out it doesn't really matter. +130 was stable in Superposition but not BFV. Not even +100 was stable in BFV. I ended up using Precision X1 and using the VF curve tuner which gave me a similar curve to OC scanner in AB. Sits at around 2055 core under load and I have +1600 on memory for a 9100 total. Temps max at 55 C.
Temps great and to me it sounds like a pretty solid overclock. Is this with the curve manually tuned to 1.093v or on stock 1.050v?

My non-Super MSI 2080 does 2055 as well on 1.050v untuned curve but can hit 2100 stable on 1.093v after a bit of manually tuning it. Mine also runs around 52-55c. (usually runs 2085-2070 in games because of the Boost dropping with temperature).

Unfortunately my memory caps out at +1300 tho. I run it at +1200 a.k.a. "8200Mhz" just to be safe.

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Temps great and to me it sounds like a pretty solid overclock. Is this with the curve manually tuned to 1.093v or on stock 1.050v?

My non-Super MSI 2080 does 2055 as well on 1.050v untuned curve but can hit 2100 stable on 1.093v after a bit of manually tuning it. Mine also runs around 52-55c. (usually runs 2085-2070 in games because of the Boost dropping with temperature).

Unfortunately my memory caps out at +1300 tho. I run it at +1200 a.k.a. "8200Mhz" just to be safe.
Yeah I don't think my memory OC was actually stable. Dropped it down to +1300 and I've been running Kombustor for a while now with no artifacts so I think that'll be stable for me. That brings my memory to 8800 MHz.

As for voltage, I just used OC scanner. Looking at my max voltage in HWiNFO it looks like I'm at 1.05. My voltage slider is maxed but I ran OC scanner before maxing the slider. I've read differing opinions on whether or not to max voltage, power, and temp limits before or after running OC scanner.

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I never used the scanner lol. Went the old school way of just adding higher + offsets to the core and memory until the random DirectX crashes and pink artifacts came in Metro Exodus / GTA V.

Then I went about editing the curve to force 1093mv and found that 2100 is perfectly stable but "boost" messes it up as from idle te.ps ot starts at 2140 which crashes most of the time before it down clocks with temp increase so I have to set 2085 so it starts at 2115 which it will run long enough to heat up to 50 leveling at 2085.

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