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post #8881 of 8966 (permalink) Old 09-09-2019, 05:06 PM
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What is OCD ?
I was just commenting the rule -15MHz each 10degrees increase, which seems not to be true
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What is OCD ?
OCD:
Short for obsessive-compulsive disorder.
"having a tendency towards excessive orderliness, perfectionism, and great attention to detail."

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OCD:
Short for obsessive-compulsive disorder.
"having a tendency towards excessive orderliness, perfectionism, and great attention to detail."
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post #8884 of 8966 (permalink) Old 09-10-2019, 06:56 AM
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Hello,
Power dépends on the graphics application applied to you GPU.
Maybe thé graphics applications you use Never require more than 360W.
Check in graphics test 2 of time spy extreme . You will probably see more than 360W at some scenes.
By using 1000W Asus XOC bios, I coud see until 500W in graphics test 2 of time spy extreme.

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Can we put Asus XOC bios on 2080ti reference pcb without any problem ? even if my screen is connected by Display Port ?


How it's possible with this XOC bios to let the voltage at 1.093v all time ?



Thanks

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Can we put Asus XOC bios on 2080ti reference pcb without any problem ? even if my screen is connected by Display Port ?


How it's possible with this XOC bios to let the voltage at 1.093v all time ?



Thanks
From what others in this thread have commented.. the XOC bios causes extremely excessive power draw from these cards. As much as +2x / double what any other "normal bios" for 2080 Ti's would draw. It may not be a good idea to run this long-term. I believe the XOC bios is more for competitive overclocking / Liquid nitrogen / etc.
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Can we put Asus XOC bios on 2080ti reference pcb without any problem ? even if my screen is connected by Display Port ?


How it's possible with this XOC bios to let the voltage at 1.093v all time ?



Thanks
I tested it on my MSI Sea Hawk.
Perfect for bench, especially Time Spy graphic test 2 on which it help a lot (because this test draws a lot of power and all cards reaches their power limit here.)
At least a good AIO WC is required.

Problem of this Bios : voltage limited at 1,093V and impossible to edit V/F curve to tweak the overclock.

For gaming, as soon as power limit is not exceeded, this Bios is useless.
Better use galax 380W for gaming and by tweaking V/F curve to optimise the overclock.

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A Quick note for "non-A" chip card owners (of which I'm not one, and my knowledge about those specific ones is limited...). It seems that for RTX 2070 and RTX 2080 'non-A' GPUs, there is now - after all - a Bios update for higher power limits. The updated Bios were quietly released by NVidia to vendor partners, and some of these new Bios have shown up in the TechPowerUp Bios DB...even cross-flashing might be possible as long as the hardware ID is correct.

Now, this is the 2080 Ti thread, and there was no mention of this for 2080 Ti 'non-A', but given that the new Bios effort was made for the RTX 2070 and RTX 2080 'non-A', there is at least the possibility it might also be happening for the 2080 Ti 'non-A'...at least it is worth checking the relevant sections at the TechPowerUp Bios DB. I got the info from 'Igor's Lab' (YouTube vid below), noting that it is in German, but the above explains the gist of it.

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For anyone trying to apply liquid metal to an Asus RTX 2080 TI Strix card, don't bother! After applying Conductonaut to both the die and die plate, I saw increased temperatures compared to stock (from 64C to 69C during load). Screws were all tightened in a X pattern. Most likely, the cooler plate does not make perfect contact with the die and the liquid metal cannot bridge the gap, being less viscous than thermal paste. I have cleaned the conductonaut and applied Kryonaut. I am now back to identical stock temperatures.

In conclusion, the stock thermal paste used by Asus is as good as it gets (with a margin of 1-2C). Don't bother opening the card and repasting.
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For anyone trying to apply liquid metal to an Asus RTX 2080 TI Strix card, don't bother! After applying Conductonaut to both the die and die plate, I saw increased temperatures compared to stock (from 64C to 69C during load). Screws were all tightened in a X pattern. Most likely, the cooler plate does not make perfect contact with the die and the liquid metal cannot bridge the gap, being less viscous than thermal paste. I have cleaned the conductonaut and applied Kryonaut. I am now back to identical stock temperatures.



In conclusion, the stock thermal paste used by Asus is as good as it gets (with a margin of 1-2C). Don't bother opening the card and repasting.
Have you do an error ti apply LM.. I'M15/10 low with lm

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