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post #8711 of 8930 (permalink) Old 08-25-2019, 10:13 AM
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sharpening filter introduced in the latest drivers is super awesome guys, give it a try.

Metro Exodus + RTX + DLSS in 4K with the sharpening filter is incredible.
All the glorious 4K RTX with the performance of DLSS without the blurry of the DLSS thanks to the sharpening.

WOW. Congrats nvidia.

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Hi there

OC Scanner doesn't work with multiple GPUs, this I can only confirm, personally running 4*GPUs(Asus RTX 2080Ti Strix, GTX1080Ti, GTX1080 and GTX1080) and OC Scanner would lock up when I use with Asus RTX 2080Ti Strix or any other GPU

Regarding the rendering with RTX 2080Ti, I use my GPUs for rendering mainly with some occasional gaming and benching

What I can confirm, in Octane RTX 2080Ti would be unstable beyond 2055MHz,usually I use in rendering 2025MHz OC profile which is rock stable, tried several renderers like V-RAY Next, Redshift, Blender Cycles or DAZ3D IRAY etc where anything above 2055MHz would crash rendering or result in TDR, tried several drivers, I thought so its driver issue, my RTX 2080Ti temperatures are below 40's in rendering usually sits in 36-38°C as other GPU

What is more strange my other GPUs are running same OC(GTX1080Ti with 2113MHz OC, GTX1080 with 2164MHz and GTX1080 with 2100MHz OC) from day one and if I render or use these cards in rendering no issues with crashing or TDR, previously I used two PSU setup(Seasonic 1250w and Corsair RM750W) and I thought its PSU, due this I went with Superflower 2000W PSU(bought from a friend)

Water temperature will have impact on overall temperatures and if you have space for 420mm radiator I would add it, you will have lower water delta T for sure, my loop have 4*360mm radiators plus MO-ra3 360mm and my water delta T in rendering is in 3-5°C as max with fans spinning at 900RPM as max(that's on MO-ra3 360mm), other fans are spinning at 750-800RPM

Particle simulation,personally don't use a lot particle simulation, if I do then I use Houdini, what software or plugin are you using for particle sims?

Hope this helps

Thanks, Jura

I have messed a bit OCing for GPU rendering, but not much of a speed difference (a few seconds difference) and it's been recommended to leave GPUs stock when rendering to avoid any instability issues, at least from Redshift support. Currently only own Redshift, haven't used the others at length, I am loving the speed increase from my 1080tis, I can play with SSS materials without waiting 20 minutes or faking it in some way. I am currently using Real Flow plugin for C4D and haven't really noticed much difference when turning on GPU in settings. I've use it in the past and may push to get a full version instead of the plugin as it offers more in the stand-alone engine including more gpu support with their Hybrido engine. I am getting back into Houdini as well, but no time to train yet. A friend has been showing off what he's already accomplished with it's dynamics capabilities, so it is next on my list once I have the time. I've been doing more mograph than VFX these days, so I keep pushing it aside. I also have FumeFX on the list, but also needs time to train and learn. I'm done with Maya, have been for years, so I am looking at Houdini for my VFX replacement.



I am probably going to get the third radiator, but am wondering if one D5 pump is enough for efficient water flow across all components with this addition so I may add a second pump, but for now I will enjoy what I currently have. Are you running more than one pump for your setup? I think my first mistake was getting the HWL GTRs originally as they are most efficient at higher RPMs. I've spent enough (too much) cash on this build for now! Maybe after a few more projects, I'll budget it in as it will also require some down time. Thanks for chiming in.

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Quote: Originally Posted by J7SC View Post
^^ Your point of wattage is a good one, especially if you run 2x 2080 Ti which with stock Bios can hit 380+ w - each, depending on model and Bios. In my case, throw in an oc'ed HEDT CPU, a pile of pumps and fans, and voila, a 1300w Platinum PSU doesn't seem to be that much anymore...
Lol thats true! Im used to high wattage anyways.. coming from Radeon GPU's

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The other thing is 'binning'. Per Port Royal HoF below, I certainly don't mind benching, but for most anything else (including gaming on this dual use rig for work+play), I do not even bother kicking in any kind of OC. I do know that in DX 12, single GPU typically hits 2190+ in MSI AB settings, dual GPU is at 2145+. But what difference does that make compared to 'stock' ?

Yeap its marginal.. gaming doesn't scale that well on freqs[/QUOTE]

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I have a KPE now and use the XOC bios, but the voltage and LLC jumpers are on the lowest settings 24/7.
Got ya..Thanks for the share !

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sharpening filter introduced in the latest drivers is super awesome guys, give it a try.

Metro Exodus + RTX + DLSS in 4K with the sharpening filter is incredible.
All the glorious 4K RTX with the performance of DLSS without the blurry of the DLSS thanks to the sharpening.

WOW. Congrats nvidia.
Will try.. Direct copy from AMD dont understand why NVIDIA didnt introduce it earlier, but came with DLURRY-SS

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post #8714 of 8930 (permalink) Old 08-25-2019, 07:44 PM
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I've attached my results from OC Scanner. Should I just leave it be? Thanks!
OC scanner is a good newbie tool but you can almost always do better. On air the temps isnt horrendous but will be a limiting factor. The Best OCs on these hot a$$ cards comes with liquid cooling. You arent even hitting the power limit.

Quote: Originally Posted by ESRCJ View Post
So the 2080 Ti "Super" leak turned out to just be a Tesla for Geforce Now servers:

https://www.pcgamesn.com/nvidia/gefo...ow-ray-tracing

On another note, for those of you who have recently bought 2080 Ti, what kind of clock speeds are you getting? I'm curious to know if the average silicon has possibly improved over the past year. I may be getting another 2080 Ti for some NVLink fun.
Im running two Strix 2080Ti OC O11G and getting a max of 2150. Depending on what bench 1950-2150. These were bought when they first hit the shelves. Like Ive said in a previous post higher power limit BIOS gets me nowhere. Maybe another 20 Mhz. I tried afew and went back to stock. Works just fine as you can see from these scores. There are some higher with LN2 but on liquid its within the top 20 or so and top spots on my CPU/GPU combo.

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https://www.3dmark.com/spy/6182114

https://www.3dmark.com/fs/17956694

Just a few examples. Fire strike is the hardest to get past an OC and Port Royal taxes it pretty hard too.






Quote: Originally Posted by bleomycin View Post
Ahh good to know, I just threw that info out there not knowing how useful it was it's just all I have. I haven't oc'd a gpu in probably close to 10 years so I'm completely out of my depth now. I haven't even tried to push the memory yet I just set +500mhz because I figured that would be no problem. The memory is Samsung, the card is just the asus turbo reference pcb and I have it on water so cooling not much of a problem. I know now I kinda screwed myself buying this particular card due to the power limits but oh well, next time. I will educate myself more and attempt to OC this card a bit more manually and report back with my results.
You can probably get +800 on the Vram.

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Lol thats true! Im used to high wattage anyways.. coming from Radeon GPU's (...)

Yeah, as mentioned, we ran multiple Radeon 8990s...not exactly prudent on power consumption... I also noticed that the new dual pro card for the new Apple pro (the one with the optional $1k monitor stand ) has a special PCIe connector with up to 475W...

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Yeah, as mentioned, we ran multiple Radeon 8990s...not exactly prudent on power consumption... I also noticed that the new dual pro card for the new Apple pro (the one with the optional $1k monitor stand ) has a special PCIe connector with up to 475W...

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To be completely honest this just looks like someone took a single video card and copied it and stamped it down using photoshop more than an actual card.
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To be completely honest this just looks like someone took a single video card and copied it and stamped it down using photoshop more than an actual card.

May be, but at least they didn't photoshop a cheese-grader for the case pic...
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I finally bit the bullet and would like to join the owners club to begin overclocking and fine-tuning games.
I have a EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC ULTRA 11G-P4-2383-KR

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1) What kind of OC can I expect?
2) Most games so far have played well but I get intermittent stutter in BFV using GeForce optimized defaults. Any suggestion of how to eliminate?

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I finally bit the bullet and would like to join the owners club to begin overclocking and fine-tuning games.
I have a EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC ULTRA 11G-P4-2383-KR

2 questions
1) What kind of OC can I expect?
2) Most games so far have played well but I get intermittent stutter in BFV using GeForce optimized defaults. Any suggestion of how to eliminate?
1) It's a silicon lottery. That card uses a reference PCB. Every card is different OC-wise.

2) Are you using RTX? If so, turn it off. If that doesn't work, use DX11 instead of DX12. That should fix any issues unless something else is going on.

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1) It's a silicon lottery. That card uses a reference PCB. Every card is different OC-wise.

2) Are you using RTX? If so, turn it off. If that doesn't work, use DX11 instead of DX12. That should fix any issues unless something else is going on.

Thanks for the reply
Of course, it's a lottery I was looking for average OC for a starting point but I'll figure it oui.
Yes, ray tracing is enabled was I wrong to think it would be working by now?

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