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post #7981 of 8264 (permalink) Old 05-25-2019, 01:54 AM
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Do you know how many times this has been covered in this thread ?



Anyhow, have a look at just the latest vids on this topic :



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRVSGFjKf4E
Sincerely no :-)

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I flashed the Kingpin bios and tried some on my Nvidia 2080ti FE card, it worked fine.



I never saw it pull more then ~580W. I pulled the mem speed down from 8000mhz to ~7400mhz. The highest it would run was ~2180mhz, it crashed at 2190mhz.
It never went above 42c. Altho its pretty cold in Sweden today, ~10c outside and had my window open so it might have been around 18c-19c in the room.

All in all, this bios gave an extra ~40mhz.

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I have an EVGA 2080 Ti Black Edition that is a lot slower than it should be, simply put, at stock clocks it's only a hair faster than my previous 2080 Ti and gets pretty low scores in Time Spy, Fire Strike and games. Temps, clocks, power usage, voltage and loads are all within the norm but it's just extremely slow.

Examples:

So far I tried:

1. Updating all the drivers
2. Doing a clean install of all the drivers using DDU
3. Doing a clean install of Windows
4. Updating all of my motherboard's drivers
5. Checked the PCIe slots speed to make sure it was running at 16x
6. Moved it to a different PCIe slot(that defaulted to 8x for some reason, only the top one does not and according to the manual, all three are 16x)

I tried to overclock the core clock by 250MHz. I now hit 1900+MHz in games when it's boosting. I think the highest I reached was 2040MHz. Performance went up by a substantial amount in both benchmarks and games to the point I am within normal range of a stock 2080 Ti. Performance went up by 12-15% across the board. This is with my CPU OC'd to 5GHz.

I decided to drop the CPU down to 4GHz and kept the GPU overclock but my performance went south again. Then I decided to revert the GPU overclock but overclock the CPU to 5GHz, again, bad performance. If I overclock both the CPU and GPU I get a much higher graphics score.

It goes from 6128 to 6928 on the graphics score alone. That's an enormous 12% improvement over stock clocks for both CPU and GPU. That's in Time Spy Extreme. In games such as Far Cry 5 and Shadow of the Tomb Raider, performance also goes up significantly(around 15%) which makes little sense because this would suggest I am hitting both a CPU and GPU bottleneck running a 9900K+2080 Ti on a Z390 high-end motherboard with 3000MHz clocked RAM. I'm rather confused at the moment.

I already made a separate thread in this section but got only one response after 36hrs so I was thinking maybe folks in the owner's thread could lend a hand.

I started chatting with EVGA to see if there were any other potential issues but I think I'll have to RMA it.

Thanks to everyone for any kind of help.
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You did not forget to turn off g-sync before running 3dmark ?

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You did not forget to turn off g-sync before running 3dmark ? [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
Did not. I wish it was that but nope.

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Hi, the previous card that was sent back, i thought had vrm shorted out, but i didn't thought about the fact that on these cards 2 phases act like one, so now i'm not even sure anymore if the card had a vrm failure or something else. Anyways the problem for sure wasn't related to kinpin or other xoc bios.

Also, yes apparently on turing, liquid metal between waterblock and die is a big issue, it messes up the card pretty badly, even without shorting or touching any component, but liquid metal on the same card works flawlessly on stock air cooler.

Returning to main topic, reference board can handle kingpin xoc bios without problems, i measured vrms temps multiple times with an infrared thermometer and with only the fan of kraken g12 vrm temps were about 55-60°C, so no problem at all.
Also before i rma'd that card i was using that bios daily, and i had no issues. Now i'm running it again on my actual card

Liquid metal messes up between DIE and Block???

What do u mean???

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EVERY 2080 Ti is capped by power limit with a 380w or lower limit BIOS.
My point was that when gaming my card shows it is hitting the voltage cap, not the power limit. With the 380w BIOS, I am not hitting the power limit, but the voltage limit. Changing the power limit to something higher than 380w isn't going to help in my use case.
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My point was that when gaming my card shows it is hitting the voltage cap, not the power limit. With the 380w BIOS, I am not hitting the power limit, but the voltage limit. Changing the power limit to something higher than 380w isn't going to help in my use case.
Sounds like an extra couple mhz won't help in your "use case" either. Any modern game at 4k is going to smash the power limit hard, even at 380w. Even at a lower resolution, I can't imagine any relatively modern game not hitting the 380w limit at 1.093v unless you're CPU bottlenecked. The 1440p versions of 3dMark firestrike/timespy hit power limit long before voltage. And obviously with ray tracing you'll be crippled by power limit at 380w as well at lower resolutions.

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I flashed the Kingpin bios and tried some on my Nvidia 2080ti FE card, it worked fine.



I never saw it pull more then ~580W. I pulled the mem speed down from 8000mhz to ~7400mhz. The highest it would run was ~2180mhz, it crashed at 2190mhz.
It never went above 42c. Altho its pretty cold in Sweden today, ~10c outside and had my window open so it might have been around 18c-19c in the room.

All in all, this bios gave an extra ~40mhz.
Can the fans be adjusted on xoc bios or it’s stuck at 100%?
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