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post #7901 of 7965 (permalink) Old 05-15-2019, 08:30 AM
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Just ordered the Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme RTX 2080 ti. It was ordered with my completely new system build linked below. Hopefully I made a good decision!

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for amd yea, for intel more like 2020/21 rather

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@J7SC I noticed something interesting. I picked it up from AMD section the Windows 10 update 1903 assist the physics and combined score in Firestrike but also increases the graphics score in Timespy but drop the cpu score. Attached the link to my TS run last night.

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/7181910

And to compare the one with the cpu at 4.8ghz under Dice

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/6946378

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Thanks - I think this might be the result of MS mitigation of an earlier security update which reduced physics, but then, I'm not sure. I'm still on '1809' but will check for the update. Also, I uploaded 1usmus' new Ryzen Dram Calc. 1.51, and actually got tFAW 16 working on my quad channel setup...that bumped TS physics up nicely as well. When I have a bit more time, I'll do some new runs for 3DM to see how that impacts GPU tests.
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I'm thinking of buying a Evga 2080 ti xc gaming. Does anyone have of these gpus aircooled in a SFF case that can tell me how hot it runs? I'm currently running a Evga 1080 ti FTW3 without issue...(max temp 75C under load) but I'd like a little more horsepower.

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post #7906 of 7965 (permalink) Old 05-15-2019, 01:24 PM
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Agreed. I love my X trio

would you believe the bracket due to vibration caused by the fans ramping up to max when the pc started moved into the third fan area and broke off 2 blades, scewing over my warranty? i had to take the card apart and superglue the blades back on and now it works perfect again. I also ordered replacement fans on ALI Express to make it PERFECT again. the fans i ordered most likely are from the 1080 ti x trio version but should be fine.

I was so pissed, f*** that sag bracket.

I have the same GPU (2080 Ti Gaming X Trio) on air cooling and have flashed it to MSI 2080 Ti Gaming X Trio 406W BIOS. It all went fine and its working normal. However i am finding it hard to find a good and stable overclock combination.

If i do more than +104 CC and +1000 MC (2025-2010 MHz & 8000 MHz), it crashes. I have set the power limit to 135%, voltage to +100 (1.069 V), fans are spinning at 90% and temps are around 58-62'c while bench marking.

Am i missing anything here?? or this is the limit on this card unless i go water cooling?

Pls share your thoughts and overclocking numbers.....

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Aorus and Xtreme are...
uhm........rubbish, shame you didn't watch the reviews. The PCB is OK but the coolers are very weak.
I sold my Xtreme after a month. 70*C with fans at 100% is unacceptable.

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I'm very happy with my two Aorus Xtreme 2080 Ti (for about 6 mths now), but they are the factory full-waterblock ones. Same PCB than the air-cooled ones, but I have heard of several folks w/ issues re. the air-cooled model fans. If you can change your order to the water-block ones (or at least the AIO model), you might be happier in the long run.
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Hi guys!

Does it make sense to use liquid metal when installing a water block? What is the profit compared to thermal grease?
Hi, it probably has some benefits, i also tried to do it, but i experienced pretty weird stuff when applying liquid metal on 2080 ti with a waterblock. Simply in my case, after insulating with nail polisher and electrical tape all around the die and after a correct application of liquid metal, when i reassamble everything, the card obviously works, even with low temps, but as soon i launch something that stresses the gpu, it will istantly crash. After a couple of days testing this issue i could not find why this happens.
So as long you are careful with application, it's fine and maybe it can work well for you, but in my case the card just refuses liquid metal.
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Hi, it probably has some benefits, i also tried to do it, but i experienced pretty weird stuff when applying liquid metal on 2080 ti with a waterblock. Simply in my case, after insulating with nail polisher and electrical tape all around the die and after a correct application of liquid metal, when i reassamble everything, the card obviously works, even with low temps, but as soon i launch something that stresses the gpu, it will istantly crash. After a couple of days testing this issue i could not find why this happens.
So as long you are careful with application, it's fine and maybe it can work well for you, but in my case the card just refuses liquid metal.
Had the exact same issue. Reapplied conformal coating multiple times and lm multiple times with no success. Great temps but would always crash around a 100mhz lower or so than with normal thermal paste. Had to go with kryonaut.
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