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On the 1080p extreme test I am actually getting better results with the power limit at 100%. I have an Ultra XC so I am not sure if 100% is actually a little above stock, but my slider maxes out at 114%

I did two runs to be sure at each power setting and got similar results. This is with +75 on the core with levels out at 1995mhz. Highest temp ont he last run was 67c. All the other runs were at or below 64c.

1080p Extreme--+114% Power--+75 Core--Score 4482
1080p Extreme--+114% Power--+75 Core--Score 4497
1080p Extreme--+100% Power--+75 Core--Score 4640
1080p Extreme--+100% Power--+75 Core--Score 4534

This adds up to a difference of 1fps. The thing I don't think we have taken into account is the common reason a person would add power, max clocks. I have not tested for max clocks at a given power draw. But these days with nvidia if I can get at or around 2ghz I am happy, I don't waste the time for that last 25mhz.

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I re-tested with extreme present:

Stock values, 100% TDP: --------- Score 4555
+117 core +1k mem 90% TDP: -- Score 4798 +5.25% vs above score
+117 core +1k mem 95% TDP: -- Score 4838 +0.9% vs above score
+117 core +1k mem 100% TDP: - Score 4882 +0.9% vs above score
+117 core +1k mem 113% TDP: - Score 4927 +0.9% vs above score

Still looks very good!

Clock speeds depends on the TDP, at least for me. With 50-70% consumed TDP clocks are 2020-2040Mhz, and with 80-95% 1920-1995Mhz what I remember.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Vaselkov View Post
I re-tested with extreme present:

Stock values, 100% TDP: --------- Score 4555
+117 core +1k mem 90% TDP: -- Score 4798 +5.25% vs above score
+117 core +1k mem 95% TDP: -- Score 4838 +0.9% vs above score
+117 core +1k mem 100% TDP: - Score 4882 +0.9% vs above score
+117 core +1k mem 113% TDP: - Score 4927 +0.9% vs above score

Still looks very good!

Clock speeds depends on the TDP, at least for me. With 50-70% consumed TDP clocks are 2020-2040Mhz, and with 80-95% 1920-1995Mhz what I remember.
I thought clocks was more of a temp related thing. Interesting if you could see the clock vary at the same temp based off TDP.

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It also varies based on voltage. If I increase the voltage slider I get higher clocks at the same temperature. Overall the practical differences are rather small, though, overclocking in itself seems to be the biggest differentiator.
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When I bought the Asus Dual 2060 for 313 EUR (incl. VAT) I thought it was a good enough deal. Only today I noticed that I could have gotten an Asus Strix Vega 64 for only 26 EUR more. Even without the one time 15% rebate the price difference is a bit too small in disfavor of what the 2060 (369 EUR) brings compared to a Vega 64 (399 EUR). Of course the Vega does not offer RTX, but time will tell how much practical use I get out of this at 1600p gaming.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Timur Born View Post
When I bought the Asus Dual 2060 for 313 EUR (incl. VAT) I thought it was a good enough deal. Only today I noticed that I could have gotten an Asus Strix Vega 64 for only 26 EUR more. Even without the one time 15% rebate the price difference is a bit too small in disfavor of what the 2060 (369 EUR) brings compared to a Vega 64 (399 EUR). Of course the Vega does not offer RTX, but time will tell how much practical use I get out of this at 1600p gaming.
According to TPU the cards are basically identical in performance. Vega of course gives you more ram (and heat

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I had to lower my overclock a bit, because Realbench did produce errors that Superposition did not detect.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Timur Born View Post
I had to lower my overclock a bit, because Realbench did produce errors that Superposition did not detect.
I had the same thing happen with RB, but it just said instabilities found. Didn't say what it was but figured my cpu was fine.

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I recently upgraded to an MSI RTX 2060 Ventus OC. I wanted to spend around 300 to 400, but couldn't really justify going for an AMD GPU given the performance of the 2060 vs Vega 56 or RX 590 GPUs. The 2070 is out of my price range, and it really shouldn't cost as much as it does, IMHO.

I ran a Superposition after midnight when it was nice and chilly in my room with GPU fan set to 100%, Core +135, RAM +1k, Power limit 106%(max for this card), and Core voltage 100% on MSI Afterburner. My result was 4984, with it reporting a max clock of 2130 on the GPU and RAM steady at 8K. Most of the time the clocks were in the 2k range on the GPU without dipping below 2k.

Out of the box this GPU will go over 1950 GPU core on it's own without any power limit or voltage. Too bad MSI limited the power to 106% on this card. I might of paid a bit more for another card to have higher power limit. Doesn't give me a whole lot of room to OC this card. But considering how high it clocks itself, I'm pretty happy with the card so far.

Pretty sure this silicon is top 5% hitting the clocks it does and staying below 60C while doing so, just a shame that potential can't be tapped without a shunt mod or MSI coming out with a BIOS update to increase power limit. I guess that limit is the point though, otherwise this GPU has the potential to catch a stock 2070 card, and we know how controlling Nvidia is about their product stacks!
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Quote: Originally Posted by Acidstorm View Post
I recently upgraded to an MSI RTX 2060 Ventus OC. I wanted to spend around 300 to 400, but couldn't really justify going for an AMD GPU given the performance of the 2060 vs Vega 56 or RX 590 GPUs. The 2070 is out of my price range, and it really shouldn't cost as much as it does, IMHO.

I ran a Superposition after midnight when it was nice and chilly in my room with GPU fan set to 100%, Core +135, RAM +1k, Power limit 106%(max for this card), and Core voltage 100% on MSI Afterburner. My result was 4984, with it reporting a max clock of 2130 on the GPU and RAM steady at 8K. Most of the time the clocks were in the 2k range on the GPU without dipping below 2k.

Out of the box this GPU will go over 1950 GPU core on it's own without any power limit or voltage. Too bad MSI limited the power to 106% on this card. I might of paid a bit more for another card to have higher power limit. Doesn't give me a whole lot of room to OC this card. But considering how high it clocks itself, I'm pretty happy with the card so far.

Pretty sure this silicon is top 5% hitting the clocks it does and staying below 60C while doing so, just a shame that potential can't be tapped without a shunt mod or MSI coming out with a BIOS update to increase power limit. I guess that limit is the point though, otherwise this GPU has the potential to catch a stock 2070 card, and we know how controlling Nvidia is about their product stacks!
Sounds like you got a nice card. If you read through the last few pages you will see that raising the power limit doesn't do much on these cards. I would say if you can keep it above 2ghz on air all the time you got yourself a winner.

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