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12-06-2019 12:20 PM
Wildcard36qs Just picked up an EVGA 2080 Super XC Hybrid to replace a broken EVGA 1080 Ti. My case already has a EVGA 240CLC in front so had to ghetto-rig it for this to work. I will do some thorough testing and benching tonight, but loving the low temps and quietness.
11-25-2019 11:50 PM
Bride ASUS DUAL-RTX2080S-O8G-EVO

uploaded BIOS of a

MSI RTX 2080 SUPER VENTUS OC

then overclocked by MSI Afterburner.

Core clock
2,100 MHz
Memory bus clock
2,313 MHz

Time Spy Extreme
https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/41314475?

Overclock decreased

Core clock
2,100 MHz
Memory bus clock
2,250 MHz

Time Spy Extreme Stress Test
https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/41315396
11-24-2019 08:33 PM
Synoxia
Quote: Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post
If they're compatible, sure. But if you brick the card, not sure they'll honor warranty.
Should be just able to flip the switch bios in case bios doesn't work. Allowing it to use +20 more watts is not going to break it i mean... but i will lose RGB sync ._.
11-24-2019 01:51 PM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by Synoxia View Post
My 2080super is stuck at 1.043v, 1.050v no matter the overvoltage setting. I've found out EVGA Xoc gives me a much more stable and higher frequency curve so i am using that instead of MSI afterburner which underclocks the card basically.

@Toth eSun what if i flash EVGA FTW ultra bios on this one? I don't want to lose RGB sync of aura but i'd also love to let this card use more power... what's fine for evgas should be fine even for this asus card (i know evga are the to go oem for nvidia but i think this gonna be fine too, we aren't talking about Kingpin cards)
If they're compatible, sure. But if you brick the card, not sure they'll honor warranty.
11-22-2019 02:55 PM
Synoxia
Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
Yeah I'd love a BIOS model like the GTX6XX and 7XX series had that allows for forced voltages, custom power limits and disabled boost all together so clocks won't fluctuate with temperature and power draw but I don't think anyone will or can do that with nvidia's current encryption lol.

Luckily my Gaming X Trio can maintain full clocks at 1.093v in most cases but it does get seriously close to the power limit running at 100-105% most of the time (111% limit I believe?). There are benches that can max it out but in regular gaming it doesn't drop.

Card does max out at 2085Mhz and I can only run 2070 as under low load and lower temps it will boost to 2115/2130 Mhz if I wanna run 2085 full load and that is too unstable. It crashes before it gets hot enough to drop to 2085Mhz lol.
My 2080super is stuck at 1.043v, 1.050v no matter the overvoltage setting. I've found out EVGA Xoc gives me a much more stable and higher frequency curve so i am using that instead of MSI afterburner which underclocks the card basically.

@Toth eSun what if i flash EVGA FTW ultra bios on this one? I don't want to lose RGB sync of aura but i'd also love to let this card use more power... what's fine for evgas should be fine even for this asus card (i know evga are the to go oem for nvidia but i think this gonna be fine too, we aren't talking about Kingpin cards)
11-21-2019 07:56 PM
Synoxia Damn. Ds3 in 4k trashes this card. Like *** this shouldn't even be happening but whatever. Memory tuned at 1350, how much voltage would you safely input for longevity? Also, my strix does not feature a memory temp sensor (atleast hwinfo doesn't show one) i've read that usually these stay in 10+20c to core... should i consider then 60c my max temp underload?
11-20-2019 05:05 AM
Imprezzion
Quote: Originally Posted by Synoxia View Post
Eh, mine has 313 power limit according to reviews. Damn. I hope someone will be able to hack nvidia bioses so we could edit power limit/voltages/mem clock to our liking.
Yeah I'd love a BIOS model like the GTX6XX and 7XX series had that allows for forced voltages, custom power limits and disabled boost all together so clocks won't fluctuate with temperature and power draw but I don't think anyone will or can do that with nvidia's current encryption lol.

Luckily my Gaming X Trio can maintain full clocks at 1.093v in most cases but it does get seriously close to the power limit running at 100-105% most of the time (111% limit I believe?). There are benches that can max it out but in regular gaming it doesn't drop.

Card does max out at 2085Mhz and I can only run 2070 as under low load and lower temps it will boost to 2115/2130 Mhz if I wanna run 2085 full load and that is too unstable. It crashes before it gets hot enough to drop to 2085Mhz lol.
11-19-2019 06:47 PM
Synoxia
Quote: Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post
I mean the BIOS power limit. For instance, my previous 2080 Sea Hawk reached its BIOS power limit much sooner than a temperature wall; which is why it couldn't go farther past 2085 MHz, even below 50 ºC.
Eh, mine has 313 power limit according to reviews. Damn. I hope someone will be able to hack nvidia bioses so we could edit power limit/voltages/mem clock to our liking.
11-19-2019 03:13 PM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by Synoxia View Post
strix 2080s, power limit maxed, OC scanner puts basically the same or slightly less clocks (2040 or 2025) till 1.050v (which is the max voltage shown by hwinfo) then it goes higher but ofcourse i am not reaching those because i don't overvolt the card yet.
The max power i've seen is around 250w (hwinfo reading).
I've got a evga 750w g3 psu, should be plenty for this and a 3700x.
I mean the BIOS power limit. For instance, my previous 2080 Sea Hawk reached its BIOS power limit much sooner than a temperature wall; which is why it couldn't go farther past 2085 MHz, even below 50 ºC.
11-19-2019 01:53 PM
Synoxia
Quote: Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post
What clocks are you getting max? Temperature doesn't matter much if you run into the power limit. Not saying that's the case, but it depends on card model and OC.
strix 2080s, power limit maxed, OC scanner puts basically the same or slightly less clocks (2040 or 2025) till 1.050v (which is the max voltage shown by hwinfo) then it goes higher but ofcourse i am not reaching those because i don't overvolt the card yet.
The max power i've seen is around 250w (hwinfo reading).
I've got a evga 750w g3 psu, should be plenty for this and a 3700x.
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