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06-15-2019 10:11 AM
truehighroller1
Quote: Originally Posted by willverduzco View Post
And much more importantly, 82nd in the overall hall of fame, when looking at single-GPU setups. Good job!
Thank you thank you.. Not bad for a mid price card honestly. I could do better but it's not cold enough right now. I cleaned my radiators today and ordered some quick disconnects for them as well so I can clean then better with water, they need it. I have an external radiator setup I made.
06-15-2019 07:31 AM
maxjivi05 Benchmark with new BIOs so far. better score by a decent margin!
06-15-2019 07:24 AM
acmilangr https://youtu.be/3XtlcouO-RE

With Galax 380w bios
06-15-2019 07:07 AM
maxjivi05 ok re-flashed same stuff and now works crazy, guess I needed to flash both cards of mine that are SLI to test it properly. lol
06-15-2019 04:19 AM
sagascor14
Quote: Originally Posted by truehighroller1 View Post
Use gpu-z and I bet it tells you the right wattage you're drawing. You're hitting the same voltage wall as me but wide open power wise now thus the better results.
Hmm, strangely GPU-Z reports 2400w ! Yes, 2.4kw!
06-15-2019 02:53 AM
Spiriva
Quote: Originally Posted by zhrooms View Post
Thought I'd share a little info I gathered while testing the Galax XOC BIOS on my latest card (Reference PCB & Samsung).


 
Is that the with the bios "dancop" posted ?
06-15-2019 12:04 AM
willverduzco
Quote: Originally Posted by truehighroller1 View Post
Well, I think I've reached my high spot for this weather in my area, temperatures..

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/36802134?

I'm sitting at the number 11th spot for similar setups and two or four of them have sli so I'm content.

I cranked up my cpu to 5ghz for this run.
And much more importantly, 82nd in the overall hall of fame, when looking at single-GPU setups. Good job!
06-14-2019 09:12 PM
truehighroller1 Well, I think I've reached my high spot for this weather in my area, temperatures..

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/36802134?

I'm sitting at the number 11th spot for similar setups and two or four of them have sli so I'm content.

I cranked up my cpu to 5ghz for this run.
06-14-2019 09:10 PM
Angrycrab So i tried the asus xoc on my XC Hybrid and as everyone mentioned it is stuck at 1080p but i was able to create a custom 4k resolution and it switched to It successfully. My only Issue is that Windows does not detect my TV as HDR capable. After looking at Nvidia Control panel It was labeling the connection to my TV as Dvi not hdmi which Is what I’m using. Why can’t we have nice things

Is there anyway to fix this issue? I just want to game with no power limit I’m not trying break world records.
06-14-2019 07:31 PM
zhrooms Thought I'd share a little info I gathered while testing the Galax XOC BIOS on my latest card (Reference PCB & Samsung).

Superposition 1080p Extreme Preset
+1300 Memory (26/32/33 = Temperature (C) Fan In / Radiator / Fan Out)
Code:
0.900 V (+00) ~ ~ 290 W (+00) == 2010 MHz (+00) - 41c (26/32/33)
0.950 V (+50) ~ ~ 330 W (+40) == 2070 MHz (+60) - 43c (26/33/34)
1.000 V (+50) ~ ~ 370 W (+40) == 2100 MHz (+30) - 43c (26/33/34)
1.050 V (+50) ~ ~ 410 W (+40) == 2130 MHz (+30) - 46c (26/33/34)
1.093 V (+43) ~ ~ 450 W (+40) == 2160 MHz (+30) - 48c (27/35/37)
1.125 V (+32) ~ ~ 460 W (+10) == 2190 MHz (+30) - 48c (27/35/37)
Quick & dirty graph, showing that peak efficiency is around 0.950 V, and that 1.125V is more efficient than 1.093V.



Got an amazing (efficient) result at 15c ambient, 0.962V @ 2100MHz (Windows 10 v1903 & GeForce 430.86 DCH) on the stock Palit 310W BIOS that is also available on all Non-A cards, and the power consumption never even reached 310, peak was just above 300.



So if you're stuck with a Non-A card, there are ways to reach a good overclock using the 310W BIOS, mount a $90 AIO, create an overclock using the curve editor and away you go!
 
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