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Card has a lot of potential. I am really tempted to shunt mod it because it is power limited. I really wonder what it could do with more power.

Memory was at +925 and Core was at +100, power and temp slider were maxed, voltage % was 0
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I downloaded MSI's Afterburner and tried overclocking my ASUS 2060 Dual and got it to 2055 boost and 7600Mhz on the memory. I think I can go higher on the memory but is there a point? Should I push it as high as it can go?

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I downloaded MSI's Afterburner and tried overclocking my ASUS 2060 Dual and got it to 2055 boost and 7600Mhz on the memory. I think I can go higher on the memory but is there a point? Should I push it as high as it can go?
I benchmark with superposition with 25mhz increments. As soon as points start leveling out I back down 25mhz for stability then loop it for 1 hr.

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Quote: Originally Posted by RichKnecht View Post
I downloaded MSI's Afterburner and tried overclocking my ASUS 2060 Dual and got it to 2055 boost and 7600Mhz on the memory. I think I can go higher on the memory but is there a point? Should I push it as high as it can go?
given the whole mess of rtx series disaster i wont go for >8000gbps, especially asus tends to have poor vram cooling.
mine is 2060 strix oc and my max stable oc is very similar to you.

btw how is the asus dual 2060 cooling performance?? can you tell me about at 1500rpm and 2000rpm and 2500rpm what are corresponding gpu temps?

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given the whole mess of rtx series dissater i wont go for >8000gbps.
mine is 2060 strix oc and my max stable oc is very similar to you.

btw how is the asus dual 2060 cooling performance?? can you tell me about at 1500rpm and 2000rpm and 2500rpm what are corresponding gpu temps?
I can't figure out how to get the fan off of auto with MSI afterburner. I must be missing something. However, I can say that it doesn't go above 70C while benchmarking.

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Just got this one and I'm very surprised about his temps, playing BFV for like 01:30 hours and max temps are 55ºC. The performance is obviously powerful, its a king for 1080p resolution.
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Just got this one and I'm very surprised about his temps, playing BFV for like 01:30 hours and max temps are 55ºC. The performance is obviously powerful, its a king for 1080p resolution.
ventus is the best series msi has ever made.
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Ok so this is the gainward 2060 "golden sample". I tried DDU in safe mode and 418.91. Then 419.17. Still the same fan2 rpm fluctuation. It drives me nuts. The fans are already super annoying and loud, and then in addition the speed doesn't even stay cosntant.



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Ok so this is the gainward 2060 "golden sample". I tried DDU in safe mode and 418.91. Then 419.17. Still the same fan2 rpm fluctuation. It drives me nuts. The fans are already super annoying and loud, and then in addition the speed doesn't even stay cosntant.



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you should update the bios or ask for a new fix from gainward.
only bios solves this problem.
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you should update the bios or ask for a new fix from gainward.
only bios solves this problem.
Adapter: GeForce RTX 2060 (10DE,1F08,10DE,1F08) H:--:NRM S:00,B:01,D:00,F:00


EEPROM ID (9D,7014) : ISSI IS25WP080 1.65-1.95V 8192Kx1S, page

Current - Version:90.06.2E.40.A8 ID:10DE:1F08:10DE:1F08
BIOS-P/[email protected] (Normal Board)
Compare with - Version:90.06.2E.00.5B ID:10DE:1F08:10DE:1F08
BIOS-P/[email protected] (Normal Board)

Error : Mismatch at offset 0x00028638.

The A8 bios is from gaindward website. Original bios is the 5B and both seem to have it. Can it be a fan issue?
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