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05-16-2020 08:02 AM
Steven Stacy
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I highly advise everyone not to keep clocks too high, or to at least keep in mind that if games crash, the reason is that the clocks are set too high and should be toned down. On an ASUS STRIX, I ultimately settled on +70 Core and +1150 Memory, and these values were rounded down just to be safe. I never encountered any more crashes after that.
I totally agree. I have a non super and +76 was the max to be able to play RDR2 without crashing. However, that slider increases the offset across the entire curve. When I created my own curve, I was able to determine which voltage and frequency was causing instability. I was able to increase performance by OC per voltage. Frequency isn't as high but it kicks in sooner and doesn't drop to a lower frequency with a custom curve. Then you can tweak the curve as you encounter issues. It's time consuming.
05-16-2020 07:42 AM
Steven Stacy
Quote: Originally Posted by Technodox View Post
For the 2080 Super, I'm seeing its +100 for Core and ~+1000 VRAM. Is there a voltage bump too? Running afterburner.
I did a rebuild going from a 9700k to 3950x. I have a non super 2080 and had to tweak the heck out of the curve to figure out how to match my former 9700k 5.1Ghz.
With the 9700k I just did the slider and for the most part the voltage % did very little. It did seem to crash RDR2 when it was set over 46%.

The same profile did not work well with the 3950x. I was losing anywhere from 2 to 6% performance so I dug into editing the curve and using monitor software to record the voltages, loads and frequencies.
I created my own curve and surpassed my intel build. The memory speed is forgiving but can actually slow performance down with error correction. This is when I realized the voltage % slider actually stabilizes the memory. It did nothing that I can see to stabilize the core. I am stuck with 2130Mhz on the core. Any higher I get crashes or artifacts, however, I was able to increase the memory to 8230 (+160) with the voltage % slider. I'm not sure if its a voltage jump or just offsets the voltage per frequency. I haven't paid that much attention to the max voltage and this seems to be stable with 40c temps underload.

I would imagine with the right OC curve, a super should outperform mine especially with an intel chipset. Although, my RTX 2080 does have a higher TDP and factory clocks then most non supers.
05-12-2020 01:35 PM
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05-11-2020 01:52 AM
BIaze
Quote: Originally Posted by Alucard-- View Post
yes that was the only non-a bios I found with the 280watt limit.
ah sweet, thanks a lot! I'll be using this on the 2080 Black soon.


Also is there a table like the one on this thread's OP for 2080 Super(power limit, pcb model etc)?
05-08-2020 04:55 PM
Alucard-- yes that was the only non-a bios I found with the 280watt limit.
05-08-2020 01:28 AM
BIaze
Quote: Originally Posted by Alucard-- View Post
My gigabyte 1080ti died, so ended up getting a 2080 winforce back for rma, which is a non a chip. Ended up flashing the gainward bios to increase the max power limit to 280 watts from 240.
https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/209763/209763
It lowers the max fan speed from max of 3100rpm to 2500rpm which is still enough to keep it in to 80c under load, with a manual curve.

Ended up repasting with mx4 and ghetto 2x120 fan modding it dropped temps 10-15c +175core +1250 samsung memory

Pretty decent performance gain from stock.
I assume this is the "best" bios for any 2080 with non-a chip due to its 280w limit?
05-07-2020 04:26 AM
Alucard-- My gigabyte 1080ti died, so ended up getting a 2080 winforce back for rma, which is a non a chip. Ended up flashing the gainward bios to increase the max power limit to 280 watts from 240.
https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/209763/209763
It lowers the max fan speed from max of 3100rpm to 2500rpm which is still enough to keep it in to 80c under load, with a manual curve.

Ended up repasting with mx4 and ghetto 2x120 fan modding it dropped temps 10-15c +175core +1250 samsung memory

Pretty decent performance gain from stock.
05-06-2020 11:28 AM
Ichirou Addition to my last post:

If you experience the GPU getting really hot and games crashing because of that, it may be advisable to unlink and set your Temp Limit lower for stability.
I've had some new AAA games lately eat up my GPU and cause it to reach 79C, which would crash the game because of the GPU or driver failing.
Just a tip if people are experiencing game crashes.
05-04-2020 01:13 AM
Jorginto
Quote: Originally Posted by MMXX View Post
My 2080s FTW3 cant pass 2000Mhz on stock volts (1.05v). and max 2040Mhz with 1.075v. Memory 9000Mhz so far. A s bonus i get horrible whine on watercooled card
Ulala, that seems really low. I have mine also watercooled, I can hear coilwhine a little bit, but it's nothing disturbing... Ofcourse if I get that high fps count (2-3 thousand, loading screen, etc), than it's loud

I was trying to feed it more volts via afterburner voltage curve (was working on 1080) but not on 2080S.
05-01-2020 12:00 PM
MMXX My 2080s FTW3 cant pass 2000Mhz on stock volts (1.05v). and max 2040Mhz with 1.075v. Memory 9000Mhz so far. A s bonus i get horrible whine on watercooled card
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