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post #9971 of 10068 (permalink) Old 01-14-2020, 07:27 PM
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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.
Dunno, that’s just how it rolls. I don’t try to dig into what’s there. Just know I tried higher power limit BIOS and got nowhere but hotter and throttled on thermal.

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Anyone who has disassembled their card to put it under water - how complicated would reassembling the card in the future (for resale) be? Do you need to purchase new thermal pads for everything if you disassemble/reassemble the card?

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Anyone who has disassembled their card to put it under water - how complicated would reassembling the card in the future (for resale) be? Do you need to purchase new thermal pads for everything if you disassemble/reassemble the card?
I reassambled a 2080 ti for RMA after the VMEM got errors and if you disassembled it careful enough the thermal pads should come off in one piece an can be reused.
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I reassambled a 2080 ti for RMA after the VMEM got errors and if you disassembled it careful enough the thermal pads should come off in one piece an can be reused.
Awesome; thanks! I was worried maybe they dried out or became brittle or otherwise just generally became a problem. I know new cards are coming out relatively soon, so I was going to postpone putting my G12 on if it meant a huge headache when upgrade time comes.

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I got my hands on a Galax RTX 2080 Ti HOF OC Lab Edition and I noticed that it has a 1830 MHz boost clock stock according to GPU-Z.

Compared to the other 2080 Ti that I have owned this is significantly higher, and I can't find any official Galax card with that specified boost.

Is there any other card with higher stock boost than 1830?

I have not overclocked it yet as I'm waiting for a block from Bitspower

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Anyone who has disassembled their card to put it under water - how complicated would reassembling the card in the future (for resale) be? Do you need to purchase new thermal pads for everything if you disassemble/reassemble the card?
i just re-apply all thermal pads to the HSF unit (ones that stuck to card, but most will stay on the HSF unit) put all the little screws and stuff in a little zip lock bag, wrap the HSF unit in plastic wrap, and place it all inside graphics card box, and if anything happens and i need to revert back, everything is all ready.

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Hey guys, I am about to pick up a EVGA 2080TI FTW3 used. I have always used AMD cards, this will be my first Nvidia card. He has had it for a year and says its still under warranty (2 years left). How do I go about transferring the warranty under me? Anything I should be looking for specifically on the card when I inspect it? Should I bother asking if its Micron or Samsung memory? Thanks

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For anyone getting the XUSBFW error when trying to flash something like a Gaming X Trio you can use the BIOS from the Galax HOF 10 Year which is a) newer and thus works and b) has a higher 400w limit.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...i-11264-190726

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Hey guys, I am about to pick up a EVGA 2080TI FTW3 used. I have always used AMD cards, this will be my first Nvidia card. He has had it for a year and says its still under warranty (2 years left). How do I go about transferring the warranty under me? Anything I should be looking for specifically on the card when I inspect it? Should I bother asking if its Micron or Samsung memory? Thanks
If the prior owner registered it, they will have to unregister it on EVGA's site. My 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra has Samsung memory but IIRC this is just an availability thing, just what they had on hand when making the card.

You likely won't be able to detect much by visual inspection, just if the card has been disassembled or not. I wouldn't consider that a deal breaker. Ask questions and see how the seller responds. If he or she comes off like a doofus, you may want to reconsider.
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