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07-11-2019 05:39 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post
So I finally got around to putting a waterblock on my 2080 now that I have missed my step up period(just couldn't justify/afford the price jump to the TI). Absolute cheapest card on the market, a blower style from EVGA. It is a non-A chip with Micron memory. Final overclock results are 1980/7950 with my curve cap set to [email protected] to avoid the very low power limit of +11%. I am happy with it for now, but would love to see the power limit removed/increased.


Love these old EK supremacy GPU blocks, and I love the fact that I have been able to use them for multiple generations without any specialized plates or modifications. Temps top out at 45C after power virus load.
Are you going to mod the shroud to fit with the fittings and hoses? I did that a few times in the FE coolers for a 780Ti and 980Ti running an Accelero hybrid AIO.

Looked pretty sweet and the VRM got plenty of cooling from the stock fan.
07-10-2019 09:07 AM
inedenimadam So I finally got around to putting a waterblock on my 2080 now that I have missed my step up period(just couldn't justify/afford the price jump to the TI). Absolute cheapest card on the market, a blower style from EVGA. It is a non-A chip with Micron memory. Final overclock results are 1980/7950 with my curve cap set to [email protected] to avoid the very low power limit of +11%. I am happy with it for now, but would love to see the power limit removed/increased.


Love these old EK supremacy GPU blocks, and I love the fact that I have been able to use them for multiple generations without any specialized plates or modifications. Temps top out at 45C after power virus load.
07-10-2019 08:36 AM
max883 ok so 2000mhz at 0.900v was not stable. 1950mhz is stable at 0.900v max temps 63.c With low fan speed

Testet Shadow of the tomb raider 4K all max - rtx ultra With dlss

Metro exodus 4K Ultra settings rtx hige dlss on

using 431.36 WHQL driver
07-08-2019 05:05 PM
Deders Anyone here with a 3440x1440 monitor? Debating on whether to get a 2070 super or hold out a bit longer until the 2080 super comes out and get something like an EVGA 2080 ftw3 Ultra (non super) when the prices come down, and overclocking it.

I'm mainly concerned about what the extra 33% of pixels will do to ray tracing perfomance as that willl be the main bottleneck in the upcoming games I want to play.

Also how is the AI learning for DLSS at 3440x1440? I hear it's a lower priority than 4k and 1440p. Will the super cards have to learn the games from scratch?
07-08-2019 08:43 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by max883 View Post
I Undervolt becose i want low temps. Using a mini itx case. I Can get 2200mhz With overvolt.
Thinking of applying thermal grizzly kyndokdonaut

Applying dlss to games fils like i got sli The performance is like having 2 cards

I had a Asus strix gtx 1080 Ti before . And metro exodus Whas strugeling With it

Now it smooth...
2200 omg incredible lol. Kryonaut would work, I personally use Prolimatech PK-3 as it's generally cheaper and performed better in almost all my tests but that's probably because I don't like the application method of Kryonaut. It's so sticky and touch to spread on CPU's at least. Maybe it works better on a GPU..

I have to say, I just finished Exodus yesterday and it ran great with all settings maxed but on 1080p 1.2x scaling it would occasionally drop into the 40-50fps range with DLSS off and RTX Ultra even on 2085Mhz. Then again, BF:5 multi on 1080p 1.5 scale RTX on runs 80+ fps which is amazing so..
07-08-2019 04:44 AM
max883 I Undervolt becose i want low temps. Using a mini itx case. I Can get 2200mhz With overvolt.
Thinking of applying thermal grizzly kyndokdonaut

Applying dlss to games fils like i got sli The performance is like having 2 cards

I had a Asus strix gtx 1080 Ti before . And metro exodus Whas strugeling With it

Now it smooth...
07-08-2019 04:17 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by max883 View Post
Just got The Asus strix 2080

Undervolt to 900.v With 2000.mhz gpu. Temps in The low 50s

I got a bined one A87. Micron memory
That's exceptional! That card would quite easily run 2100+ on full voltage i assume lol. Any reason why you undervolted in particular or?
07-08-2019 02:50 AM
max883 Just got The Asus strix 2080

Undervolt to 900.v With 2000.mhz gpu. Temps in The low 50s

I got a bined one A87. Micron memory
07-07-2019 09:22 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by MrPhilo View Post
Anyone else using MSI Afterburner and sometime every boot it will increase the saved profile by a few Mhz, for example my profile at 1.062v is at 2100Mhz, but sometime when I restart and boot up it starts at 2130Mhz, even reapplying the profile it goes back to 2130Mhz (it will show 2100, but when i click apply it goes to 2130).
Totally normal. When the card is cool enough and doesn't draw too much power it will still boost additionally over your OC. Mines set with a Curve OC to 2085 @ 1.093v but it starts at 2115Mhz when under 42c ish and 2100 when under 50c ish. Only above 50c will it run my 2085 that I set and above 60c it will drop to 2070. Not that it ever gets that hot, even on air (hovers around 54-55c while Gaming on the power limit so can't get any hotter).

My card will run 2115 all day but the starting clocks of 2145mhz coming off of idle temps are too much and it will.often crash the driver while loading a game before it goes down to 2115Mhz
07-07-2019 08:27 AM
MrPhilo Anyone else using MSI Afterburner and sometime every boot it will increase the saved profile by a few Mhz, for example my profile at 1.062v is at 2100Mhz, but sometime when I restart and boot up it starts at 2130Mhz, even reapplying the profile it goes back to 2130Mhz (it will show 2100, but when i click apply it goes to 2130).
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