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post #641 of 661 (permalink) Old 02-02-2020, 03:07 PM
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I can't get my non-super MSI Gaming X to do any memory clock over +800. It runs fine for a while on +1000 for example but randomly crashes with a solid color screen once every few hours so I just run 2100-2055 at 7800 memory.

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post #642 of 661 (permalink) Old 02-03-2020, 03:46 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by jrcbandit View Post
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 down-clocking. 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.
in any case are decent frequencies for this GPU, about temp, always better to keep it down, but I feel will not change your situation. you can try to set your fan at 100% checking is something changing... but i don't think so. share your GPUz sensor tab under full load, for example Time Spy or similar stress tests

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Has anyone tried tree tess in RDR2? I get a 40% FPS with it off. See post: https://www.overclock.net/forum/28306688-post637.html

Normal, or an issue with my setup? My 5700 XT wasn't really impacted by this setting, and I thought Nvidia hardware was more powerful towards tess?

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post #644 of 661 (permalink) Old 02-05-2020, 12:35 AM
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Picked up a 2080 Super XS OC today, replaced my 5700XT.

Did a few OC test using heaven, time spy and superposition so far @ speeds below. All stable.

Default Voltage
+100 Core
+1200 Memory
50-60C Max temp

Going to push harder tomorrow, This card is a beast...

How do would I be able to push power limit higher than 100%?

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Has anyone had problems with one of their display ports not working after flashing a different bios? I have a msi aero 2080 super and my 1st display port doesn't work when I try any of the other reference pcb bioses.
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I don't seem to get any improvement (actually lower fps) if I go anything about +620 on the memory. I'm pretty stable at +103 on the core.
I rarely hit the 127/128 TDP on hard stress benchmarking. Max temp around 44/45c. Pretty consistent core clock 2115/2130. I'm not sure why It drops to 2115, but it does.
I picked up an openbox GeForce aorus waterforce 2080 (non super) for little more than the 2070 super I just purchased. I decided to put this 2 head to head with the aggressive overclock.
the 2070 super is going back. the 2080 Max temp 45c. Idles @ 29c. This rtx 2080 aorus waterforce is awesome for under $600. I wish I had the super version now.

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I upped the memory +1200 to see what happens. I just never tried it. 1 to 2% performance increase from +600.
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AMD cards can't use Tree Tessalation. Or rather, they do it differently than nVidia. nVidia RTX has dedicated hardware for this, which in turn creates more heat / stress to the card than a software implementation.

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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..
Is there a way to use the curve OC but still maintain a dynamic voltage when the GPU is not in use? Make it go back to 0.7v when sitting on the desktop.

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post #649 of 661 (permalink) Old 03-02-2020, 04:31 AM
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Yeah, it works fine for me with dynamic voltage. Just don't use CTRL+L when using curve OC. Just set it to 0Mhz, then CTRL+F, only drag the point of the curve up on the voltage you want, press apply, don't touch anything else in the curve and don't use CTRL+L.

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Hi all,

I am new in this forum and i have a question.
I bought a nvidia Geforce RTX 2080 gigabyte turbo OC. I have normaly the version "A" GPU so i can flash. But, I research a new BIOS to max the powerlimit over 107%. I have the reference PCB so for me I can flash with the GIGABYTE RTX 2080 GAMING OC.
It's true ?

Thanks you very much about your answers.

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