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post #10381 of 11315 (permalink) Old 02-27-2020, 06:15 PM
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Looks Like I am able to carry 2205mhz throughout superposition 8k with a room temp of 21c and a max GPU temp of 43c on the modified AIO.
Still waiting on my waterblock to show up for this card!
Anyway, Superposition score still on the low side I feel.
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Well im not even considering water as a serious OC, I was talking going rly cold (ln2,dice) u want cards with good XOC support so u can easily change voltages etc. In terms of VRMs FE (or reference) is powerful enough

the only one I've seen so far is the KP having overkill memory power filtering


I'm not sure if vrm quality (not power delivery spec) matters for ambient oc







Quote: Originally Posted by sultanofswing View Post
Looks Like I am able to carry 2205mhz throughout superposition 8k with a room temp of 21c and a max GPU temp of 43c on the modified AIO.
Still waiting on my waterblock to show up for this card!
Anyway, Superposition score still on the low side I feel.

how did you modify?

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the only one I've seen so far is the KP having overkill memory power filtering


I'm not sure if vrm quality (not power delivery spec) matters for ambient oc










how did you modify?
Just swapped the 240mm radiator with a 280, Realistically a 240mm radiator on a card at 350 watts isn't enough, Hell even the 280 is rather small.
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Just swapped the 240mm radiator with a 280, Realistically a 240mm radiator on a card at 350 watts isn't enough, Hell even the 280 is rather small.

...re. your Superposition, can you get the VRAM speed up (from 8000 to 8200 - 8300) or do you get artifacts etc ? Full waterblock should help with VRAM temps as well when it arrives
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...re. your Superposition, can you get the VRAM speed up (from 8000 to 8200 - 8300) or do you get artifacts etc ? Full waterblock should help with VRAM temps as well when it arrives
VRAM seem's to go to about 8200 before I see artifacts, 8250 it crashes even if I up the Voltage to the memory so I just settle on 8000 and run that daily.

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the only one I've seen so far is the KP having overkill memory power filtering


I'm not sure if vrm quality (not power delivery spec) matters for ambient oc
It doesnt even matter at LN2, in general 2080Ti reference VRM is very solid, what youre paying to Galax/Msi/Kingpin for is the support and features, u get voltage control with afterburner and custom voltage tools, cards support all sorts of ln2 pots, they have probe points... My point is u want these features on cold, for ambient OC even normal 2080ti is fine.

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Quote: Originally Posted by sultanofswing View Post
Just swapped the 240mm radiator with a 280, Realistically a 240mm radiator on a card at 350 watts isn't enough, Hell even the 280 is rather small.

How did you do this? Isn't the unit on the Kingpin card a sealed Asetek unit?







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...re. your Superposition, can you get the VRAM speed up (from 8000 to 8200 - 8300) or do you get artifacts etc ? Full waterblock should help with VRAM temps as well when it arrives
Quote: Originally Posted by sultanofswing View Post
VRAM seem's to go to about 8200 before I see artifacts, 8250 it crashes even if I up the Voltage to the memory so I just settle on 8000 and run that daily.

Weirdly enough I can run +1300 stable 24/7 on my Samsung 2080Ti XC Ultra (1650mhz boost)


Some people say that the galax 380w bios is using looser timings, but I cannot be sure about this statement.


There's also zhrooms and r/overclocking discord saying that Micron benefits more from low temperatures (waterblock, cannot be achieved on air) and Samsung clocks better if the temperature is warmer (for most air coolers on the market).













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It doesnt even matter at LN2, in general 2080Ti reference VRM is very solid, what youre paying to Galax/Msi/Kingpin for is the support and features, u get voltage control with afterburner and custom voltage tools, cards support all sorts of ln2 pots, they have probe points... My point is u want these features on cold, for ambient OC even normal 2080ti is fine.

Ah ok.


Currently I'm eyeing the Gaming X Trio 2080ti, it seems that the binning is 1755MHz, which is similar to HOF OC WB on the front page.


I'm not so sure if the silicon on the X Trio, is top tier or not. Can anyone comment on this?

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How did you do this? Isn't the unit on the Kingpin card a sealed Asetek unit?












Weirdly enough I can run +1300 stable 24/7 on my Samsung 2080Ti XC Ultra (1650mhz boost)


Some people say that the galax 380w bios is using looser timings, but I cannot be sure about this statement.


There's also zhrooms and r/overclocking discord saying that Micron benefits more from low temperatures (waterblock, cannot be achieved on air) and Samsung clocks better if the temperature is warmer (for most air coolers on the market).
















Ah ok.


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I'm not so sure if the silicon on the X Trio, is top tier or not. Can anyone comment on this?
Random bin, if u want serios OC look for MSI Lightning in case u want MSI Top tier product, TRIO has power balance issues as I heard

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How did you do this? Isn't the unit on the Kingpin card a sealed Asetek unit?












Weirdly enough I can run +1300 stable 24/7 on my Samsung 2080Ti XC Ultra (1650mhz boost)


Some people say that the galax 380w bios is using looser timings, but I cannot be sure about this statement.


There's also zhrooms and r/overclocking discord saying that Micron benefits more from low temperatures (waterblock, cannot be achieved on air) and Samsung clocks better if the temperature is warmer (for most air coolers on the market).
















Ah ok.


Currently I'm eyeing the Gaming X Trio 2080ti, it seems that the binning is 1755MHz, which is similar to HOF OC WB on the front page.


I'm not so sure if the silicon on the X Trio, is top tier or not. Can anyone comment on this?
It's a sealed unit but the hoses come right off just like on any other AIO. All you have to do is submerge the radiator in distilled water with a little bit of glycol mixed in and put the suction from the pump under the water til it runs out of the radiator outlet. While it is submerged you just pop the hose back on.

You got a good bin on your memory it seems.
I got a good core bin but not memory bin which that I am fine with.
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