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post #10351 of 11313 (permalink) Old 02-24-2020, 12:24 PM
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Your score looks good and is inline with a few other higher scores. Your VRAM speed in particular is outstanding, and it does help with Superposition. Re. HWBot scores that are higher with lower clocks, there can be a variety of reasons...including extreme sub-zero cooling. But also don't forget that HWBot allows LOD bias for that bench which will artificially boost results w/o corresponding clocks.

If you're already hitting 370w with the Gigabyte Bios, I doubt that the Galax/KFA2 380w bios is worth switching to. Then again, if you do not mind flashing again, why not give it a try ? At the same time, while 54c in TS is nothing to sneeze at, you will still gain with just a more extensive cooling arrangement, ie keeping the GPU temp below 38c, if possible

It's just for the benchmark run, nothing else. I wanted to squeeze as much as possible for the single run other than that I run this card idle 99% of the time.
I'm using only single DP port because iGPU is juicing another screen. So the only option for me is the KFA 380W bios?

Card is idling at 26oC
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It's just for the benchmark run, nothing else. I wanted to squeeze as much as possible for the single run other than that I run this card idle 99% of the time.
I'm using only single DP port because iGPU is juicing another screen. So the only option for me is the KFA 380W bios?

Card is idling at 26oC

I haven't used the Galax/KFA2 380 (since it is so close to my stock Gigabyte Aorus in terms of PL), but over the year or so since I've been to this thread, it seems to be very popular and the most versatile in terms of loading onto non-Galax/KFA2 boards. If you're just trying to have a few quick benches , you can try to put your AIO rad into a bucket of ice-water (after taking the fans off ). HOWEVER, this can shake air bubbles lose and have them lodge at all the wrong places - best to always keep the rad above the pump plane and in the same position it was mounted at before, and also follow this related advice from today's GN vid (around 18m30s).

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Just picked up my first 2080Ti card. This card is a BEAST. So far +175 core & +1000 mem, stock voltage, benchmarks and gaming stable. 60c MAX.

Can't wait to see what this card can really do.

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Thanks to this forum I have learned a lot, it is my first post, I hope you can help me


I have MSI Gaming Trio + EKWB + Bios is EVGA FTW3 373w
 
Is this score normal? in hwbot there are better with less

+1500 memory and stable ... will it be wrong?

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Yeah dont pay much attention to HWbot scores. Too many variables at play where not everyone uses or knows the cheats that are allowed. Same goes for overclocking CPUS's. Ive always been the type that if it isnt all cores then its not an OC, its a partial but they will allow going by the core and OCing the best core and turning back others, disabling HT etc to get that one high Freq.

You have a goo score especially for that high of a resolution and a very good memory clock.

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Hi again folks, I was away for a little while because I was waiting for missing parts for my AIO cooling solution for my Gigabyte 2080ti with those crazy Memory chips.

You suggested me to flash waterforce bios on my Gigabyte Windforce 11GB.
I think I've started hitting some power limitations. I can't get past 370W and all my benchmark ends with fairly similar score than AIO water-cooled.
Temps dropped by 15oC from 68oC Max to 54oC in TimeSpy.
Memories are not really cooled and VRM is not cooled at all with heatsinks because I'm still waiting for those to be delivered from aliexpress.

Would you suggest to flash KFA 380W Bios? or go above that?
Card is now running with AIO supplied with a 240mm rad, push-pull sandwich configuration.

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370W to 380W BIOS I think its not big jump in power limit for you and really not sure if you will gain a lot headroom by using such BIOS,you can try Asus XOC BIOS wgich should in theory give you with 100% power limit 1000W, I would use this BIOS only for benchmarks, not sure if I would use that as my daily BIOS

Good drop in temperatures there for sure, still you will gain probably by going by proper water loop, how much not sure there

Hope this helps

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How common is +1500(8500) memory OC on stock volts? Just tried it and completely stable on bench and games so far.

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Done some testing, not sure if the scores are impressive considering current setup and zero effective cooling on VRAM except for a fan that is blowing PCB because I'm still waiting for my heatsinks to delivered from china
Aircooled Barebone Ram can pull +1700Mhz right before I start seeing some tiny artifacts. Once I finish with RAM cooling I will try again maybe with ASUS XOC.

No one is suggesting HOF Bios as a starter before jumping to XOC? Any drawbacks or it's just not suitable for FE based PCB cards?

Here are some scores.
Marginal gains on TimeSpy compared to 370W Waterforce Bios.
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Done some testing, not sure if the scores are impressive considering current setup and zero effective cooling on VRAM except for a fan that is blowing PCB because I'm still waiting for my heatsinks to delivered from china
Aircooled Barebone Ram can pull +1700Mhz right before I start seeing some tiny artifacts. Once I finish with RAM cooling I will try again maybe with ASUS XOC.

No one is suggesting HOF Bios as a starter before jumping to XOC? Any drawbacks or it's just not suitable for FE based PCB cards?

Here are some scores.
Marginal gains on TimeSpy compared to 370W Waterforce Bios.

Run Fire strike Ultra. Older bench but taxes your GPU More. Ive done OCs that passed everything else then locked up in Fire strike Ultra.
Also in the heaven open up the resolution.

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last time I've checked FireStrike Ultra. this benchmark was named by Gamers Nexus as "irrelevant" in 2019. But that's ok:
Firestrike - GPU Score 9 491 https://www.3dmark.com/fs/21908020
TimeSpy - GPU Score 16 680 https://www.3dmark.com/spy/10743898

BIOS KFA2. Max temp 48oC on FireStrike, Max temp on TimeSpy 52oC

I won't be changing settings in Heaven. The only benchmark that is validated by broader community forum that gathers scores from around the world accepts only Extreme preset final scores. If you change single setting there you validate your credbility because the final score is then presented as "custom".
That's why since some time ago we have Unigine Superposition benchmark that trades the blows properly with top line of the cards.
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Yeah dont pay much attention to HWbot scores. Too many variables at play where not everyone uses or knows the cheats that are allowed. Same goes for overclocking CPUS's. Ive always been the type that if it isnt all cores then its not an OC, its a partial but they will allow going by the core and OCing the best core and turning back others, disabling HT etc to get that one high Freq.

You have a goo score especially for that high of a resolution and a very good memory clock.
Learning few tweaks for 3D isnt worst idea, LOD tweak, inspector tweaks in general, maybe stripped OS with maxmem etc

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