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post #461 of 548 (permalink) Old 08-05-2019, 05:55 PM
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edit - blew the frame drops out of proportion over being a bit let down over the anticipation of the new card.

Over all the 2080 duke oc is a great card, looks great imo better than the trio x apart from the back plate on the trio x is alot better looking but other than that just having rgb on the logo is much nicer than the over use of it on the trio x.

It runs 10c cooler on average than the 980ti I had, and is only a little bit noisier going from 2 to 3 fans. Not a bad choice if anyone is worried about it only having a reference pcb or 6 and 8 pin, still oc's close to the trio x that I had. Overall it's a keeper and is my new card for the next few years, though I doubt it will hold out 4 years without the upgrade itch like the 980ti did for me.

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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 ?

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...model=RTX+2080
OK, answering my own question but just flashing the AMP EXTREME bios on my regular AMP gave it 0 rpm fan mode, and problem solved.
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August 2019 Foldathon!

Hello 2080 Owner's Club!

I apologize for potentially derailing otherwise productive conversation, but this will only take a moment (yes this is a canned message I'm using in other clubs too, sorry)

You might have noticed the banner link to the upcoming Foldathon, August 2019 Edition. The OCN Folding team has been losing 24/7 membership for some time, and to make up for that we encourage other OCN users to jump in for a couple of days and donate a little bit of CPU and GPU time to helping find a cure for a variety of diseases, notably various cancer's but also Alzheimer's and others. We'd really appreciate it if you would join us!

Link to the Foldathon is here: August 2019 Foldathon

Link to the Stanford [email protected] Website is here: [email protected] Windows Download Page

I promise it's easy to set up! You don't need to worry about changing driver's or anything like that. Just do the following:

1a. If you don't already have an FAH passkey, create one here: Passkey Request Form

1b. If you haven't had a passkey before, you might want to run this for a day or two leading up to the Foldathon in order to qualify for bonus points.

2. Download/install the installer: [email protected] Windows Download Page

3. Once installed it'll autorun, enter your account and passkey you just created, and enter "37726" as your team number for OCN

4. Once you have it working, head to the Foldathon page (linked above) to register!

After that, you're pretty much done! If you don't want your CPU to run you can either pause it individually or disable it completely in the advanced controller - Configure -> Slots -> Select CPU -> Select 'Remove' -> DONE.

This whole process will take less than ten minutes, I promise. Put that studly computer to work and help us out! You can always shut down or remove the FAH controller afterwards.

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post #464 of 548 (permalink) Old 08-07-2019, 04:25 PM
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Ordered a 2080 sea hawk Ek X for 710 , hope it will serve me as good as my 980ti.

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I have a Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC 8G card and there is a BIOS update available.

I used the Aorus engine and went to VGA update and it says that F13 is the new BIOS.

I download the new BIOS..it contains an .exe file. When I run as Admin (or otherwise) it says

"Windows cannot find C:\Users\Anthony\AppData\Local\Temp\N2080GO.F13.ex e.."

Yes the file is not there...how is it supposed to get there? I tried copying the entire folder to that location but it comes up with the same message..

There is also a .zip folder with that file in it an .x64 folder when i try to unzip it there is a password?? Seriously what is going on here?

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Quote: Originally Posted by anthonyl View Post
I have a Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC 8G card and there is a BIOS update available.

I used the Aorus engine and went to VGA update and it says that F13 is the new BIOS.

I download the new BIOS..it contains an .exe file. When I run as Admin (or otherwise) it says

"Windows cannot find C:\Users\Anthony\AppData\Local\Temp\N2080GO.F13.ex e.."

Yes the file is not there...how is it supposed to get there? I tried copying the entire folder to that location but it comes up with the same message..

There is also a .zip folder with that file in it an .x64 folder when i try to unzip it there is a password?? Seriously what is going on here?
What bios does your card have. There are two bios released on the same date, but one is F8 (for F1-F7 bios) and the other F13 (for F10-F12 bios) and it doesn't seem they interchange.

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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 performance

Hate quoting myself, but it worked! I have the shunt mod installed without any permanent modifications to the card, not triggering safe mode, and not using liquid metal. I ended up bending a piece of copper over the SMD and taping it down with some electrical tape. Turns out you can only shunt mod either the 6 or 8 pin. Doing both will put the card in safe mode every time(thanks to der8auer's video for finding this). Final overclock is not stupid high or anything, but I got 2040 at 1.05V, max temp of 45C under synthetic load, and it is rock solid during benchmarks and games. Not bad for a non-A chip.

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Quote: Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post
Hate quoting myself, but it worked! I have the shunt mod installed without any permanent modifications to the card, not triggering safe mode, and not using liquid metal. I ended up bending a piece of copper over the SMD and taping it down with some electrical tape. Turns out you can only shunt mod either the 6 or 8 pin. Doing both will put the card in safe mode every time(thanks to der8auer's video for finding this). Final overclock is not stupid high or anything, but I got 2040 at 1.05V, max temp of 45C under synthetic load, and it is rock solid during benchmarks and games. Not bad for a non-A chip.
That is pretty impressive for a non-A. Both my A chips (Aorus Xtreme which I traded for a MSI Gaming X Trio) topped out around 2115 on 1.093v but the MSI does occasionally hit the power limit on 1.093v but not enough to warrant a shunt mod tbh.

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Still haven't been able to upgrade because life.

What is the better option:

Galax 2080S EX = $1189 AUD (best value card here in Aus)
MSI 2080S GXT = $1349 AUD (is it really worth it?)


My case is on the ground, its not for show - for funtionality.
Don't care what it looks like, no one is going to see it.
Noise level would be a secondary but not too loud at 100% usage.
And yer, a basic decent OC would be good for 4K.

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Still haven't been able to upgrade because life.

What is the better option:

Galax 2080S EX = $1189 AUD (best value card here in Aus)
MSI 2080S GXT = $1349 AUD (is it really worth it?)


My case is on the ground, its not for show - for funtionality.
Don't care what it looks like, no one is going to see it.
Noise level would be a secondary but not too loud at 100% usage.
And yer, a basic decent OC would be good for 4K.
Simple answer. For that big of a price difference the MSI is totally not worth it. The Galax seems to be a perfectly adequate cooler design and the card would suit your needs just fine. And for 1189AUS that's not a bad deal at all. I personally am a big fan of just buying secondhand as long as it has a invoice / valid warranty but yeah, that's up to you.

Guru3d has a good review of the Galax 2060 Super EX with the same cooler showing great thermal performance and even pretty low noise so.

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