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post #9231 of 9515 (permalink) Old 10-20-2019, 01:35 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by JohanssoN85 View Post
is that really standard for an aircooled card? im on water and i dont reach 2130 stable, and the temps? 45-50c on a aircooled card must be extremely rare
I'm not sure what you're going on about? I wasn't even replying to you. I was replying to ntuason who claimed their card was running between 55c - 77c, and they have an air cooled card.

Also more than half of the USA right now (and most of Canada) are already in to winter with sub-freezing ambient temps. It's not impossible for air cooled cards to hover around 50-60c under load in the winter, especially with a very large 3-fan coolers, like the card ntuason has.

Lots of people in this thread have reported 2100 - 2150 Mhz stable for their 2080 Ti's under water. But there's tons of factors in play. Maybe you got a dud?

From most of what folks in here seem to be reporting, 1900 - 2000 Mhz seems to be average for 2080 Ti's under "very good" air cooling, looking like 1800 - 1900 mhz is common for reference cards.
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Quote: Originally Posted by JohanssoN85 View Post
is that really standard for an aircooled card? im on water and i dont reach 2130 stable, and the temps? 45-50c on a aircooled card must be extremely rare
Which 2080 Ti do you have? When I was 2130 stable if I remember correctly it was around 20C in my room (maybe even liower) and left the side panel off at 80% fan speed. I was trying to find the highest core/memory oc my card would go stable which is +195 on core and +1375 on memory. After that Friestrike, Time Spy and Port Royal just crashes to desktop with 0 score.

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Kithylin ,you answered ntuason that 2100-2130mhz on an aircooled card is pretty standard or maybe i misunderstood, and i felt the temps seemed low to be an aircooled card thus why i asked.

okey sure its winter but im guessing you have decent temps inside anyways

my card isnt far away in regards of mhz, im stable around 2100 but that is on water, i didnt think aircooled would be able to get close to that.

Ntuason, i have an MSI 2080ti Seahawk EK X


edit- i can increase core clock for 3dmark runs but it wont run with all games with the highest coreclock working in 3dmark.

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Quote: Originally Posted by JohanssoN85 View Post
Kithylin ,you answered ntuason that 2100-2130mhz on an aircooled card is pretty standard or maybe i misunderstood.
You did. They said between 2085 - 2100, with temps around 55c - 60c, and 2050 with 77c. Here's the original post:
Quote: Originally Posted by ntuason View Post
45c-50c it hovers around 2130 down to 2115 and when it hits 55c to 60c it 2100 down to 2085. The slowest that I've seen was 2050 that was on OCCT 77C. All this is with the 1000w bios.
Air or water, that seems to be common clocks for those temps. The 2080 Ti's clocks are primarily based on temperatures. It doesn't matter how you get there (water cooling or very good air cooling in winter), as long as you can maintain those temps.

I'm basing this on what other people have been posting in this thread over the past few months.
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Looking for suggestion for a water block for my EVGA XC Ultra 2080 ti. Also fittings you guys trusts.
Hi there

Personally I would consider or get Aquacomputer Kryographics NEXT RTX 2080Ti with active backplate if you can find it in stock, bought mine from Aquacomputer store and arrived after 3-4 weeks but is well worth it there

Another option is Heatkiller IV RTX 2080Ti

Phanteks Glacier RTX 2080Ti is another option

I would put EK Vector RTX 2080Ti WB at last place there, just for build quality and performance is somewhere in middle

Barrow or Bykski WB I have used on two builds and on friend EVGA RTX 2080Ti temperatures have been in 42-45°C, that's with single 360mm radiator which cooled 8086k with 5.2GHz OC and RTX 2080Ti with 2115MHz

For fittings I personally use Barrow or Bykski and never have issues with them

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Hi there

Personally I would consider or get Aquacomputer Kryographics NEXT RTX 2080Ti with active backplate if you can find it in stock, bought mine from Aquacomputer store and arrived after 3-4 weeks but is well worth it there

Another option is Heatkiller IV RTX 2080Ti

Phanteks Glacier RTX 2080Ti is another option

I would put EK Vector RTX 2080Ti WB at last place there, just for build quality and performance is somewhere in middle

Barrow or Bykski WB I have used on two builds and on friend EVGA RTX 2080Ti temperatures have been in 42-45°C, that's with single 360mm radiator which cooled 8086k with 5.2GHz OC and RTX 2080Ti with 2115MHz

For fittings I personally use Barrow or Bykski and never have issues with them

Hope this helps

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Excellent recommendations. I would love it if Aquacomputer made blocks for the Strix O11G cards but they dont. They make some of the best blocks on the market but unfortunately stick with reference cards. So im in the boat of your second choice with the HK IV with a passive backplate. The Phanteks blocks are also very nice, they just use the original backplate which does absolutely nothing for cooling, Zero contact with any surfaces. Their block fit and finish are right up there with the HK blocks. Ive not had good luck with my last few attempts with EK products so my go to now is HK for everything. Barrow........I hate to even mention that name. They were the first to come to market with a Strix block and saying they are 100% junk is an understatement. Between warped blocks, Terminal blocks that block access to install any Nvlink bridge and just sloppy production, crappy plating and failure to debur that actually took some of my blood they were by far the worst blocks Ive had the displeasure of installing on anything to date, even from the old days of home made blocks. Ill post up a few pics of that adventure as its worth it to warn off people. I cant say one way or another on the Byski blocks other than they are big in the asian market and just now showing up in the US market. PPCs was bad mouthing them one day about some undsclosed business ethics then selling them the next. Some of what Ive seen look nice but looks arent everything.

Check out the Barrow junk that PPCs sold stating they were as good as EK and lied saying they sold designs to EK and HK but then later wouldnt produce anything to back that up. The only honorable thing they did was take them back without charging me a restocking fee. Extremely sharp edges, VRMs with no contact points at all and crappy contact with most of the primary VRMs. On burr on a screw hole that literally had a shard protruding is the one that took my blood. One would not think they needed kevlar gloves to install a water block.
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Phanteks on the other hand have a very nice presentation from the moment you open the box. Bought these directly from Phanteks.
The only shortcoming I saw is not too thrilled with the water terminals and no back plate for the Strix available.
Ill post up some HK pics later.
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I’m quite happy with HK IV - gpu stays below 45C, clock stays at 2160(2175 on voltage curve).

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i dont understand why its not drawing more than 360w, anyway i actually would like a vbios that is made for my specific card, if i benchmark with the 406w vbios it says in the results that i have a gaming X trio, that isnt really a problem but i would be nice to be able to list the correct card when uploading a benchmark score.

* i have had 1 problem when changing vbios, for some reason my browser (Chrome) gets all blacked out after i change vbios, when i start Chrome its just a black screen, anyone know why?
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I have the same with my X Trio. 406W bios results in 360W drawn... Same with Galax

it's month i fight with this Gaming X Trio issue, this is a mine old post:
*edit: johansson, even to me chrome goes black, you can solve with win 8 compatibility, and then going in chrome option and disable hardware acceleration, then reverse to win 10 compatibility*

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i flashed it (400w bios) on my Gaming X Trio, following the 1st page

my problem is that it's recgnized correctly from gpuz but in the real use the card is capped at 360w drain max
actually i partially solved with asus XOC bios

this card is really a pain in the @$$
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it's month i fight with this Gaming X Trio issue, this is a mine old post:
*edit: johansson, even to me chrome goes black, you can solve with win 8 compatibility, and then going in chrome option and disable hardware acceleration, then reverse to win 10 compatibility*



actually i partially solved with asus XOC bios

this card is really a pain in the @$$
You may have other limiting factors. a Power limit opened up to 1000W doesnt mean the card will ever pull 1000 watts. Its just effectively taking that limit out of the way so it doesnt hinder you from running it up for as much voltage and clocks as it will handle, which in your case seems its.........360 Watts.
This is why I just went back to my stock OC Vbios. Upping the power limit only got me a few Mhz more. Think of it as running a 2 inch fuel line to a 1.4L 4 cylinder. You have made sure it wont starve for fuel but it will never use that capacity....ever.

Also have to look at what PSU you are running, is it capable of the power delivery to run everything?

Just food for thought.

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