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post #161 of 191 (permalink) Old 05-08-2019, 03:05 AM
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Just replaced my Vega 56 due to temps and I'm not really fond of single fan GPU anyways.

I got the Asus RTX 2060 Dual OC - Fantastic GPU, I am able to get an OC of 125Mhz to Core and 1000 to Memory. I can do 1250 with memory but there was minimal gain and I have Micron as well, so just sticking to 1000.

Temps were actually under 60 as well during a loop on timespy. Mostly around 55c, so fantastic GPU.

Also I'm the highest on 2600x + 2060 on TimeSpy 🙂

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post #162 of 191 (permalink) Old 06-05-2019, 08:04 PM
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Hi guys, I'm going to share here the shunt mod I made on my rtx 2060, model zotac twin fan (the cheapest, or least expensive, 20s).
The mod is relatively simple, but it delivers considerable performance gain. In counterpoint, the plate tends to heat up more, because without Power limit the voltage rises and stabilizes above the standard that would have with TDP limiter.
After the mod and the standard cooler, the temperature that had stabilized at 74 ° C rose to 86 ° C, and began to do a bit of downclocking due to Nvidia's standard thermal limit.
As I started to use a generic (but good) block with a 240mm radiator, the temperature stabilized at 53ºC with fans at 2000rpm (noisy), and at 57ºC with fans at 1200rpm (quiet).
To complement, I've placed heatsinks on VRM and VRAM chips, and a 12cm fan with low spin on top.
The good thing about this mod is that the frequency of the GPU becomes constant, varying only with the temperature factor.
Here I am running 24/7 with 1545mhz base and 2100mhz constant boost, and 1875mhz in the memories.




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post #163 of 191 (permalink) Old 06-07-2019, 04:58 AM
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Recently picked up a Founders Edition from a friend. Lovely card, but one of the two fans has some chatter/bearing noise that the other doesn't. The rest of the system is quiet enough that I notice it when doing anything without audio, ie work. .


I googled it and found a couple people who mentioned the same thing on 2070 FEs (which I believe have the exact same fan hardware). Of those two people, one reported getting a replacement which was "fine", the other reported getting a replacement with the same chatter in the opposite fan.


I'm not keen on doing an RMA for a couple reasons: Might get it back with the same problem (or worse), and where I'm not "the original owner" that will be an issue unto itself.


I see several listings for the fans on AliExpress. Given the used price I paid for the card I wouldn't mind dropping $20 on a fan but...


It seems that the 2060/2070 FEs use a "pair" of AVC fans: DAPA0815B2UP002 and DAPA0815B2UP003. I cant figure out what the difference would be. They appear absolutely identical save for the color of the wire (black vs brown). I dont think there is any electrical difference (the labels on the back have the same specs, both say "ball bearing", wires look to have the same pinout etc).


Thoughts?

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post #164 of 191 (permalink) Old 07-02-2019, 01:01 PM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by sunsanvil View Post
Recently picked up a Founders Edition from a friend. Lovely card, but one of the two fans has some chatter/bearing noise that the other doesn't. The rest of the system is quiet enough that I notice it when doing anything without audio, ie work. .


I googled it and found a couple people who mentioned the same thing on 2070 FEs (which I believe have the exact same fan hardware). Of those two people, one reported getting a replacement which was "fine", the other reported getting a replacement with the same chatter in the opposite fan.


I'm not keen on doing an RMA for a couple reasons: Might get it back with the same problem (or worse), and where I'm not "the original owner" that will be an issue unto itself.


I see several listings for the fans on AliExpress. Given the used price I paid for the card I wouldn't mind dropping $20 on a fan but...


It seems that the 2060/2070 FEs use a "pair" of AVC fans: DAPA0815B2UP002 and DAPA0815B2UP003. I cant figure out what the difference would be. They appear absolutely identical save for the color of the wire (black vs brown). I dont think there is any electrical difference (the labels on the back have the same specs, both say "ball bearing", wires look to have the same pinout etc).


Thoughts?
Same issue here. Quite annoying, that bearing noise is louder than anything else at idle, sounds pretty much like a spinning HDD disk from the 90s. I don't understand how this clears quality controls.

Any chance at modifying the bios to support fan-stop on idle?

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Anyone else have the single fan, triple slot EVGA 2060? What are your guys' temps?



From these two reviews it seems like it's supposed to top off at 71 C but my card keeps going to 81 C (even with case side panel off). My room temp is around 25/26 C at all times.



https://www.legitreviews.com/evga-ge...eview_210602/7


What do you guys think, should I replace the TIM on this card?
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Anybody tried to fit - or succeeded in fitting...? - an aftermarket cooler to RTX2060s? Something like the Morpheus 2 or the Accelero Extreme 3 or 4?
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I have not but I have tried to zip tie an aftermarket 140mm fan to my 2060 but I couldn't remove the shroud without breaking it unfortunately.


Anyone know how to remove this part of the shroud? It hides 3 screws that I need to completely remove it:
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August 2019 Foldathon!

Hello 2060 Owner's Club!

I apologize for potentially derailing otherwise productive conversation, but this will only take a moment (yes this is a canned message I'm using in other clubs too, sorry)

You might have noticed the banner link to the upcoming Foldathon, August 2019 Edition. The OCN Folding team has been losing 24/7 membership for some time, and to make up for that we encourage other OCN users to jump in for a couple of days and donate a little bit of CPU and GPU time to helping find a cure for a variety of diseases, notably various cancer's but also Alzheimer's and others. We'd really appreciate it if you would join us!

Link to the Foldathon is here: August 2019 Foldathon

Link to the Stanford [email protected] Website is here: [email protected] Windows Download Page

I promise it's easy to set up! You don't need to worry about changing driver's or anything like that. Just do the following:

1a. If you don't already have an FAH passkey, create one here: Passkey Request Form

1b. If you haven't had a passkey before, you might want to run this for a day or two leading up to the Foldathon in order to qualify for bonus points.

2. Download/install the installer: [email protected] Windows Download Page

3. Once installed it'll autorun, enter your account and passkey you just created, and enter "37726" as your team number for OCN

4. Once you have it working, head to the Foldathon page (linked above) to register!

After that, you're pretty much done! If you don't want your CPU to run you can either pause it individually or disable it completely in the advanced controller - Configure -> Slots -> Select CPU -> Select 'Remove' -> DONE.

This whole process will take less than ten minutes, I promise. Put that studly computer to work and help us out! You can always shut down or remove the FAH controller afterwards.

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Would it be really wise to just go with the 2060 Super vs buying a new 2060 if you're on a budget?

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