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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-22-2019, 04:51 PM - Thread Starter
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Feedback and Guidance on my 2070 RTX Overclock

Dear OC.

I wanted to get some feedback and guidance on my overclock for my Asus Strix 2070 RTX, and what better place to use, than .

I messed around with it alot the last few days, and ended up getting these results which seem stable so far (4 days in & no crashes nor artifacts)

Voltage Core: 0%
Power Limit: 125%
Temp. Limit: 88c (max)
Core Clock: +140
Memory Clock: +600
Max Boost Clock: 2085
Max Voltage: 1.050v
Max Temp. Under Load: 65c
Max Fan Speed: 75%

Under max load or 99-100% GPU usage it runs 2085MHz & 7600MHz stable in games, 3D Mark Fire Strike & TimeSpy, MSI Kombustor & Heaven.

First of all, what is your thoughts on this OC of my Asus Strix 2070 RTX ??

Secondly, i tryid to get some more juice out of it. But as soon as i increase clock or memory it will start crashing. I then thought about changing the Core Voltage % slider, but when i did that, it started to crash.
I then tryid to mess around with the voltage curve, without any success.
I did some research on the Voltages with the RTX series, and came to the conclusion, that many people doesn't have any success getting any extra juice, by changing the Core Voltage % slider.
What is your thoughts / opinions on this subject?

I hope this wasn't to much at once, and i hope some experienced oc guru's want to give some feedback & guidance.
It is very much appreciated.

Thank you in advance.

Best regards,
Katulen - OC Newbie

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-01-2019, 07:53 AM
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1800MHz boost will 2085MHz peak as well, at 200W power limit, 65C max, with 15.8GHz VRAM.
A decent or unlimited card will usually do 2100MHz and 16GHz.
There is almost no point in paying the outrageous prices for a STRIX and good luck if anything goes wrong with an ASUS card, you're gonna need it, their customer services are awful.

The extra power limit on STRIX often goes to waste.
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