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post #9961 of 10005 (permalink) Old 01-12-2020, 12:42 AM
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Hello! I just got my new system built with 2 x Asus Strix 2080 Ti OC. After some initial testing I used this thread to flash both cards to Asus Matrix 2080 Tis. Just with the power slider / temp and +100 core with no voltage changes I'm running at 2130Mhz on both cards. Netted me 13540 in Timespy Extreme. Pretty happy start as I plan on continuing to overclock the CPU and push the GPUs harder. Thanks for the very handy info! https://www.3dmark.com/spy/10142464
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My Asus Strix 2080 Ti OC is from Nov w/Samsung memory. How high are you guys OC'ing your memory for daily usage?
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My Asus Strix 2080 Ti OC is from Nov w/Samsung memory. How high are you guys OC'ing your memory for daily usage?
As much as possible, preferably 1000+

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i leave volatge slider at 0. Plus 800 on Vram and 2150 all day long on GPU with minimal heat. I can get +1000 or even 1200 on Samsung memory but its a balancing act. More core or more ram. More volts means more heat. Ive tried several different BIOS files and ended up going back to stock. I gained maybe 50Mhz on matrix and XOC and no power limit. I stay stock and 50Mhz less and still no power limit. My issue is, has and always will be heat. Once it passes 45C thermal throttle gets you so unless you are on LN2 or a chiller flashing for higher power limit is useless. With stock O11G BIOS I never pass 42C underwater. If you are on air........youre not getting anywhere.

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i leave volatge slider at 0. Plus 800 on Vram and 2150 all day long on GPU with minimal heat. I can get +1000 or even 1200 on Samsung memory but its a balancing act. More core or more ram. More volts means more heat. Ive tried several different BIOS files and ended up going back to stock. I gained maybe 50Mhz on matrix and XOC and no power limit. I stay stock and 50Mhz less and still no power limit. My issue is, has and always will be heat. Once it passes 45C thermal throttle gets you so unless you are on LN2 or a chiller flashing for higher power limit is useless. With stock O11G BIOS I never pass 42C underwater. If you are on air........youre not getting anywhere.
First downclock is at 35c or so, right? (first 15mhz down). I've found that too: more mem oc or more core oc, extreme mem oc lowers my core oc.

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My Asus Strix 2080 Ti OC is from Nov w/Samsung memory. How high are you guys OC'ing your memory for daily usage?
My 24/7 settings are: GPU Core - +165 and Memory - +1350 on MSI Afterburner since September 2019 with XOC Bios.

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i leave volatge slider at 0. Plus 800 on Vram and 2150 all day long on GPU with minimal heat.
Serious question, not trying to gotcha anyone: how is the core running at 2150? I can keep 2130, 2145, or 2160 locked, but it seems like it's in 15Mhz steps. FE card flashed with 380W bios if that matters.

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On VRAM @ 2080 Ti, going from MSI AB 7070 MHz (stock on these cards) to 8244 MHz with everything else (ie PL, GPU MHz) held equal costs about 1% of Power Consumption per card in a quick Port Royal run...not much, but when nearing the limit, it can make a difference. With Superposition 8K, I have seen a bit more than that but still under 10 watts re. boosted VRAM per card - probably the same the RGB uses on each card (it has a lot of RGB)
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Serious question, not trying to gotcha anyone: how is the core running at 2150? I can keep 2130, 2145, or 2160 locked, but it seems like it's in 15Mhz steps. FE card flashed with 380W bios if that matters.
wouldn't surprise me. that's kinda the SOP for clock bins since keplar. 12-15mhz per bump.

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Serious question, not trying to gotcha anyone: how is the core running at 2150? I can keep 2130, 2145, or 2160 locked, but it seems like it's in 15Mhz steps. FE card flashed with 380W bios if that matters.
It's probably actually running at 2145 since 143x is the nearest multi of 15. You can dial in +whatever in AB, but if it's not a whole multi of 15 it will fall back to closest whole multi.

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