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post #631 of 660 (permalink) Old 01-17-2020, 07:04 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
It's hard locked but at 1.093v. Default max is 1.050v but most cards, even on +100mv settle in at 1.035v so pretty normal. The only way to get 1.093v is with a "curve" overclock using MSI Afterburner or EVGA Precision afaik.

I use curve 1.093v on my MSI X Trio for 2070Mhz.

It's pretty difficult to explain how to do it in a post lol.

I've used this guide from EVGA forums to do mine.

https://forums.evga.com/m/tm.aspx?m=2820280&p=1

I got a question as well. I can get a 2080 Super (KFA2 EX, which is a very well designed and cooled card) through work incredibly cheap and I am wondering what the average core OC on the Supers is? My normal 2080 isn't brilliant topping out at 2030Mhz stock volts and just 2070Mhz on 1.093v and even that crashes sometimes.. 2055Mhz is basically the max. I wonder if swapping for the Super will be useful and it the average Super will do at least the same 2055Mhz..
Thanks for the info, I'll check out the curve and maybe it'll help draw a bit more voltage, but it also comes down to temperature.

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My EVGA Super XC Ultra dressed to impress!

I was looking at the the XC as well as the hydro copper version. Both boards are virtually the same, the hydro copper is a bit longer. How are you liking it so far? I saw that you have the EK waterblock, which model was it? Debating to go the XC route and buy the waterblock or to purchase the hydro copper and call it good. What do you think?
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Strange question but I have a new build in a nzxt h210i. GPU is right next to the PSU shroud, and I've got some odd pixelation happening. Can a GPU thermal throttle and cause that even if temps don't go above 73C?

I've got a Gigabyte Gaming OC 2080.

Or is my card dying? Fans auto or manually set to 55% same thing.

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wrong forum sorry! but as long as I am taking up space... Should I choose the 2080 super over 2070 super? I am upgrading from a vega 64 because I have a gsync monitor and waiting until october isnt really an option (kind of impatient)


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Quote: Originally Posted by kayan View Post
Strange question but I have a new build in a nzxt h210i. GPU is right next to the PSU shroud, and I've got some odd pixelation happening. Can a GPU thermal throttle and cause that even if temps don't go above 73C?

I've got a Gigabyte Gaming OC 2080.

Or is my card dying? Fans auto or manually set to 55% same thing.
stupid nzxt still not yet get that fixed.

that gpu is great on cooling, no worries.
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Quote: Originally Posted by kayan View Post
Strange question but I have a new build in a nzxt h210i. GPU is right next to the PSU shroud, and I've got some odd pixelation happening. Can a GPU thermal throttle and cause that even if temps don't go above 73C?

I've got a Gigabyte Gaming OC 2080.

Or is my card dying? Fans auto or manually set to 55% same thing.
stupid nzxt still not yet get that fixed.

that gpu is great on cooling, no worries.
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For anyone playing RDR2 on a RTX card, disabling tree tessellation might provide a massive FPS boost. Here are my results:

First Image: No Tree Tess.
Second Image: Tree Tess.

Interesting, my old 5700 XT didn't suffer an FPS drop with this setting.
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I decided to sell my 1080 Ti before it lost all value with the introduction of 3000 series and I wasn't sure if I was going to wait on the 3000 series using a crap video card in the interim and mostly game on my consoles. But the only spare video card I had didn't have HDMI 2.0 or Display port so that was unacceptable after using it a few weeks. Went ahead and got a 2080 Super FTW3 Hybrid, ray tracing seems pretty cool but wasn't a game changer so I kind of regret doing it lol. At least the fan control works better than my 1080 Ti that I converted to a hybrid - I was using my motherboard to control the fans of the radiator and it never worked all that well for ramping up so I always left it running pretty high. With the 2080 Super Hybrid, the fan curves work far better and I can get it pretty silent at idle. Switching the Bios profile to Overclock on the card didn't seem to change much, though, other than the VRM/memory fan running when the graphics card is idle - does it do anything other than change the fan profile? Also, the FTW3 didn't help at all with the increased Power load as my overclock isn't getting anywhere near 130%, my overclock seems pretty average (or below average) at best - 110 core (equivalent of 140 for a base/founder model) and 500 to memory. I haven't tried the VF Curve Tuner yet, not really sure what it does.

Hmm, is there a memory lottery? My memory overclock seems really low when some people can do +1000-1500. I'll retest it with a lower core overclock. Edit: Tested it a little and sure enough I can get +1000 or +1200 if I lower my core clock to only +100 which is about 2050 MHz instead of 2070-2085 range.


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Quote: Originally Posted by jrcbandit View Post
I decided to sell my 1080 Ti before it lost all value with the introduction of 3000 series and I wasn't sure if I was going to wait on the 3000 series using a crap video card in the interim and mostly game on my consoles. But the only spare video card I had didn't have HDMI 2.0 or Display port so that was unacceptable after using it a few weeks. Went ahead and got a 2080 Super FTW3 Hybrid, ray tracing seems pretty cool but wasn't a game changer so I kind of regret doing it lol. At least the fan control works better than my 1080 Ti that I converted to a hybrid - I was using my motherboard to control the fans of the radiator and it never worked all that well for ramping up so I always left it running pretty high. With the 2080 Super Hybrid, the fan curves work far better and I can get it pretty silent at idle. Switching the Bios profile to Overclock on the card didn't seem to change much, though, other than the VRM/memory fan running when the graphics card is idle - does it do anything other than change the fan profile? Also, the FTW3 didn't help at all with the increased Power load as my overclock isn't getting anywhere near 130%, my overclock seems pretty average (or below average) at best - 110 core (equivalent of 140 for a base/founder model) and 500 to memory. I haven't tried the VF Curve Tuner yet, not really sure what it does.

Hmm, is there a memory lottery? My memory overclock seems really low when some people can do +1000-1500. I'll retest it with a lower core overclock. Edit: Tested it a little and sure enough I can get +1000 or +1200 if I lower my core clock to only +100 which is about 2050 MHz instead of 2070-2085 range.
I have a ASUS (https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...er-8192-190628) and I'm running it at 2055~2115 MHz / 9000 MHz (+180/+1250) but I uploaded the BIOS of a KFA2 (https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...er-8192-190725).
Stable with Time Spy Extreme Stress Test. Maybe you could also try a different BIOS


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Quote: Originally Posted by Bride View Post
I have a ASUS (https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...er-8192-190628) and I'm running it at 2055~2115 MHz / 9000 MHz (+180/+1250) but I uploaded the BIOS of a KFA2 (https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...er-8192-190725).
Stable with Time Spy Extreme Stress Test. Maybe you could also try a different BIOS
Ah, yeah my Super doesn't overclock well at all, especially if I try raising the memory past 1000 Mhz. A different Bios probably wont work since it is a custom PCB with some extra sensors/fan controls for the ICX2 aspect of the EVGA card. I haven't really messed with fan curves at all, but I imagine that would only prevent the card from downclocking. Currently at +100 core, it starts at 2055 MHz and downclocks to 2040 under load, a faster fan profile might keep it at 2055. I am stuck at either doing only +100 core and 1000 Mhz memory or +110-120ish core (2070-2085 MHz) and 500 Mhz memory so far.

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