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03-26-2019 03:37 AM
R3van Highest Power Limit BIOS has Gigabyte Aorus Extreme or Waterforce with 350w PL
03-26-2019 12:23 AM
fursko
Quote: Originally Posted by fleps View Post
Stable on air is after long hours is about 2055/2070, some lucky ones on 2100.

With high-end models and high power limit you may be stable to get 2150, but maybe requires WC.

Don't think I saw any 2200 with simple flashing Bios / WC, maybe with a shunt mod or something.
I've found cheap strix oc. I guess it has the highest power limit bios. I have custom loop. I hope i can hit silicon lottery.
03-25-2019 11:18 AM
fleps
Quote: Originally Posted by fursko View Post
What is the average stable overclock for this card ? Reviews are generally around 2070-2080 mhz. Can anyone see 2150-2200?

Stable on air is after long hours is about 2055/2070, some lucky ones on 2100.

With high-end models and high power limit you may be stable to get 2150, but maybe requires WC.

Don't think I saw any 2200 with simple flashing Bios / WC, maybe with a shunt mod or something.
03-25-2019 09:57 AM
fursko What is the average stable overclock for this card ? Reviews are generally around 2070-2080 mhz. Can anyone see 2150-2200?
03-25-2019 08:30 AM
fleps
Quote: Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post
what is an average core/mem overclock on these cards?
using OC scanner, mine boosts to 1935 (nominal) - 1980 (max), but it did nothing for memory.
OC Scanner will usually have a lower OC than manual, and it doesn't touch the memory.

While every card / model will do differently, 2000Mhz on the core and 8000Mhz on memories are very common for the 2080.

And on this generation memory OC is wort it, you can see as much as 5+ FPS only from the memory OC.
03-25-2019 08:07 AM
inedenimadam what is an average core/mem overclock on these cards?



using OC scanner, mine boosts to 1935 (nominal) - 1980 (max), but it did nothing for memory.
03-25-2019 05:20 AM
ScomComputers
Quote: Originally Posted by fleps View Post
As far I remember, when you are flashing an official bios for your card, since long time ago the "-6" is no longer necessary (but still supported and people are just used to it)
Ok,i understand. Thank you very much !
03-24-2019 11:44 PM
escalibur What kind of temps you guys are getting with hybrid coolers after running Heaven benchmark for at least 20min - 30min?
03-24-2019 07:49 PM
inedenimadam
Quote: Originally Posted by encrypted11 View Post
Found a 400A-A1 in a Zotac 2080 Blower.
Spoiler!

sorry to sound ignorant, I have been out of the loop for quite a while and just got my 2080 last week. What is special about the 400A-A1?


Edit: never mind, figured it out, the A1 is a better bin, makes the list on the first page make allot more sense. According to the chart, mine should be a non-A. I am pretty sure I am going to step up to a 2080TI around the next pay period, so I am not going to pull the blower off to check, but its good info to know when doing the step up.
03-24-2019 06:48 PM
fleps
Quote: Originally Posted by ScomComputers View Post
Thanks ,works fine!
I use the nvflash64, but i not write in command "-6",just nvflash64 xxxx.rom.
This is problem? What this the "-6" in the command?
As far I remember, when you are flashing an official bios for your card, since long time ago the "-6" is no longer necessary (but still supported and people are just used to it)
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