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post #151 of 191 (permalink) Old 04-03-2019, 07:06 PM
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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.
I probably can, but doesn't appear to be much point in doing so. I have a 60hz monitor, so the only reason to do so would be to keep the .1 or 1% lows on games that are a bit more taxing dropping below 60. But in such a case going to 'high' settings on a game would more than likely fix that problem.

Also ran Superposition on high settings, +120 core / 900 VRAM. For whatever reason the RAM didn't like 1K this time around. Just hope that I don't have the crappy Micron memory that's going to take a dump on me in a few months like on the 2080 Ti cards.

This run it peaked out at 2070 and hit 1995 on the core briefly. Any higher than +120 doesn't seem to stick anymore. I also make sure I go in steps of 15mhz. So you'd go 15mhz, 30, 45, etc to 105, 120, 135, 150. I got 135 to run once and it hit 2130 at it's peak, but never sustained over 2100, but still pretty cool to stay over 2k and even without the OC it stays in the mid 1900s anyways.

2nd run is with 106% power limit no votage, cpu or ram boost. Fan curve was also left alone so the GPU hit 64C by the end of the 2nd run. Also notice the GPU core dropped from about 1950/1980 to 1905/1920 after passing 55C, which is about 45 to 75mhz drop-off.

Of course that can be offset a bit, as I can run +105 core / 800 RAM with just 106% power limit for the 3rd result. This run saw the core start out at 2055, then slowly dwindle down to 1965 at the lowest, but hung around 1980 to 1995 and still hit 64C. And I actually scored a bit higher that last run then the first with higher OC and lower temps... go figure! The odd thing is with my card the power limit only going 106% doesn't seem to add any voltage, and appeared to be less voltage on the reading when OCing the card. Maybe it's a result of v-droop, but hard to tell without actually clamping the card and testing it properly, since software readings can be wrong a lot of the time.

Looks like the A revision TU 106 chips are pretty nice, but I only have my card to judge by, but since they are binned they'll be a cut above the standard TU 106 chips. I can tell the chip has much more potential left, but is ham-stringed by the 106% power limit MSI put on this card and putting the voltage control to 100% doesn't appear to do much of anything.

EDIT: It also appears that my R5 1600 might be bottlenecking the benchmark a bit. I'll have to check as I'm only get 98% max GPU usage. Normally it'll hit 99 or 100. I could also see in my overlay one core was peaking over 95% usage, and since this is a DX11 benchmark it might make a slight difference in the outcome. I'll have to test 4K optimized and see what the GPU pegs out at.

Hmm, I was steady 99% usage for the 4K optimized test except for 1 scene it dropped to 98% but I watched the CPU usage it only peaked at 85% on the 1 core. Be interesting to test this on an Intel CPU and see what results I would get.
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The 1080 "High" test only reaches 97% on my 9900K (OC), too. So who knows where the bottleneck is.

Curiously I only ever got the shortest blip of 2055 MHz at 100% fan-speed, despite using a +130 overclock. No going over 2100 for my card. Scores are not much lower than yours, though.

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Im new to the forums and ive just upgraded my 1060 6gb to the new 2060 gaming z from MSI . I ran into some strange issue with the card though . Im sure you guys are all aware of MSI Afterburners OC Scanner tool thats built into the app . I tried using it on default settings and it keeps crashing ... i get a black screen at Scanning Point 1 of 4 but whats weird is that the day before it run till the end with no crash but it couldnt apply the new OP to my profile . I have the latest drivers and im using a Corsair RM550 PSU . Im not sure would could be the problem or whats causing it to crash . Any help would be greatly appreciated it . Thanks
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Im new to the forums and ive just upgraded my 1060 6gb to the new 2060 gaming z from MSI . I ran into some strange issue with the card though . Im sure you guys are all aware of MSI Afterburners OC Scanner tool thats built into the app . I tried using it on default settings and it keeps crashing ... i get a black screen at Scanning Point 1 of 4 but whats weird is that the day before it run till the end with no crash but it couldnt apply the new OP to my profile . I have the latest drivers and im using a Corsair RM550 PSU . Im not sure would could be the problem or whats causing it to crash . Any help would be greatly appreciated it . Thanks
Maybe its trying to push the card too far. Or its just not stable yet. Maybe just do a manual OC. Its really easy. Add +100 and try to run a bench or game, if it works add +25, if it fails subtract -25. And just go from there.

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The scanner is useless, it works in recent versions unlike early one but the OC it achieves is far from manual OC. It's sort of an auto OC tool for newbies that will OC only a little and try keep things stable. If your card is already running high and on a limit from factory then sure it can crash right away, I think the minimum offset started at +100 for me but if your card already defaults to 2000MHz... that's a bit too high offset to try to start at.
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The scanner is useless, it works in recent versions unlike early one but the OC it achieves is far from manual OC. It's sort of an auto OC tool for newbies that will OC only a little and try keep things stable. If your card is already running high and on a limit from factory then sure it can crash right away, I think the minimum offset started at +100 for me but if your card already defaults to 2000MHz... that's a bit too high offset to try to start at.
Agreed on the +100, was just throwing that out there as a starting place.

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Does anybody have the performance BIOS of ASUS STRIX RTX 2060 Overclocked? I found it at TPU but this one is the Silent BIOS and I need the performance. https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...60-6144-181129

Note: I have the ASUS STRIX RTX 2060 Advanced graphics card.

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The scanner is useless, it works in recent versions unlike early one but the OC it achieves is far from manual OC. It's sort of an auto OC tool for newbies that will OC only a little and try keep things stable. If your card is already running high and on a limit from factory then sure it can crash right away, I think the minimum offset started at +100 for me but if your card already defaults to 2000MHz... that's a bit too high offset to try to start at.
Its great for the founders edition, it gave me +160 to the core and i dialed in 500 to memory and zero issues in a few months. EVGA software has been pretty reliable too, starts with my PC with the right settings every day so far. I can see it not being as good for aftermarket cards with higher stock boosts, but for the founders i really like the ease and stability of the OC scanner. Im sure i could get higher with a manual OC but in games i get between 1995mhz and 2070mhz depending on the game/temps, pretty happy with that.

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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!
You can try the bios from MSI 2060 Gaming Z with 190-200w TDP.(fans not working @auto . you can fix it by setting manual/custom curve at afterburner).

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Im really loving my 2060, it matches or beats most 1080 scores that ive found around the net.

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