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06-16-2019 06:27 AM
PCMasterRace8 i have a 2080 zotac amp extreme core gpu my device id is 10DE 1E87 19DA 2507 which means i have an "A" chip. correct ??? so can i flash a different bios model ?
If yes then should i use the NVIDIA NVFlash with Board ID Mismatch Disabled or the simple one ?
06-16-2019 02:44 AM
Imprezzion
Quote: Originally Posted by zealord View Post
Hey friends.

Anyone using an EVGA RTX 2080 XC ULTRA GAMING?

I am just asking for some feedback and experiences. Weirdly I can't find that much on the internet and I don't know if that card has some "known issues".

From thermals it seems like a good card. How are VRAM thermals?

The other card I am looking at would be the ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2080 Twin Fan, but I feel like the EVGA XC Ultra is worth the (in my case) 50€ upgrade.

Weirdly those 2 are on sale right now for an acceptable price, but I am not sure if it is worth waiting for the SUPER announcement. Bit of an unfortunate timing for me here
EVGA has had some issues with previous generations like the VRM thermal pad debacle but that is not an issue on these cards so far.

VRM cooling is plenty as you can't really overvolt anyway past 1,093v which even reference VRM can handle.

Shame Guru3D didn't do the XC as they do thermal imaging of VRM and such so I don't know exact temps but the card itself runs very quiet and cool according to Hexus's review of the card. (71c max load on a super low amount of dB).

As for the Zotac, the AMP! Cards are always very high quality but this "budget" card? No reviews to be found and they aren't sold here in my country so I dunno much about it..

There's always the option of buying the EVGA CLC AIO kit for the card if you don't like it. Won't even mess with warranty.

My own MSI Gaming X Trio is MILES ahead of the Aorus Xtreme I had. This one has Samsung and the VRAM does 8200 with ease and I'm now testing 8300. 8400 worked for a while only to crash in a green and pink screen after 30 minutes of Metro Exodus.

Core, runs 2100-2085 depending on temps on custom curve OC on 1.093v.

Fan is set to 40% idle and ramping up to 70% @ 60c. Hottest I've seen it get is 57c with 25c ambient.

Only wierd thing is, I HAD to repaste / remount it. Stock temps were horrible. 75-80c on auto fan and 70+ on 80%. Remounted it with Prolimatech PK-3 and temps went down massively.
06-15-2019 03:00 PM
ezveedub
Quote: Originally Posted by zealord View Post
Hey friends.



Anyone using an EVGA RTX 2080 XC ULTRA GAMING?



I am just asking for some feedback and experiences. Weirdly I can't find that much on the internet and I don't know if that card has some "known issues".



From thermals it seems like a good card. How are VRAM thermals?



The other card I am looking at would be the ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2080 Twin Fan, but I feel like the EVGA XC Ultra is worth the (in my case) 50€ upgrade.



Weirdly those 2 are on sale right now for an acceptable price, but I am not sure if it is worth waiting for the SUPER announcement. Bit of an unfortunate timing for me here


I have the EVGA Ultra Gaming XC. I ran fine and cool with the stock air cooler on it. About 62C normally. It now has a waterblock on it now, so can’t really give much for thermals since it never get to 50C now. Haven’t really OC it much AFAIK. Does have a 130% power though it current bios. Mine has Micron memory, so not expecting much from OC those.


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06-15-2019 02:45 PM
BlackyMeow
Quote: Originally Posted by Inflatable View Post
Hi guys, I have a question about my MSI RTX 2080 VENTUS 8G, I hope someone here with the same card can answer this.. Fan 1 is spinning about 10% slower under load than fan 2 with the stock fanprofile, is that normal? I ask this because fan 1 also makes a slight high pitched whining sound which I find annoying, so I wonder if the slower spinning is another indication it's faulty.. Fan 2 is completely silent when at idle speed (23%).. I'm thinking of RMAing the card because of the fan 1 issue, which would be a shame though as I'm otherwise very happy with the card.. It overclocks like a beast despite the socalled non-A chip.. 220Mhz on the core and 1000Mhz on the memory has been running flawless so far.. It keeps the core in games like The Division 2 well above 2000Mhz most of the time without any problems even after long periodes of play..

Thx..
Hello, I had the exact same issue with a 2080 Ti VENTUS. I send it back and got one with the same issue again (same fan, same horrible high pitch grinding noise)...

Looks like a bad batch of fans or something. Anyway, I sent them back and got a Galax/KFA2 card (still non-A) and it's great. I think you should RMA.
06-14-2019 02:52 PM
zealord
Quote: Originally Posted by fleps View Post
I would wait, unless you really can't.

Super custom cards will prob be available in at max 1 month and for the same price you will get a considerable more powerful card according to specs / leaks.
Well yeah I can wait, but the EVGA 2080 XC Ultra is 799€ normally and they have some sort of sale so I can get it down to 649€ with codes, which is super cheap for a really good RTX 2080

The Zotac would be 599€
06-14-2019 02:13 PM
fleps
Quote: Originally Posted by zealord View Post
Hey friends.

Anyone using an EVGA RTX 2080 XC ULTRA GAMING?

I am just asking for some feedback and experiences. Weirdly I can't find that much on the internet and I don't know if that card has some "known issues".

From thermals it seems like a good card. How are VRAM thermals?

The other card I am looking at would be the ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2080 Twin Fan, but I feel like the EVGA XC Ultra is worth the (in my case) 50€ upgrade.

Weirdly those 2 are on sale right now for an acceptable price, but I am not sure if it is worth waiting for the SUPER announcement. Bit of an unfortunate timing for me here
I would wait, unless you really can't.

Super custom cards will prob be available in at max 1 month and for the same price you will get a considerable more powerful card according to specs / leaks.
06-14-2019 01:26 PM
zealord Hey friends.

Anyone using an EVGA RTX 2080 XC ULTRA GAMING?

I am just asking for some feedback and experiences. Weirdly I can't find that much on the internet and I don't know if that card has some "known issues".

From thermals it seems like a good card. How are VRAM thermals?

The other card I am looking at would be the ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2080 Twin Fan, but I feel like the EVGA XC Ultra is worth the (in my case) 50€ upgrade.

Weirdly those 2 are on sale right now for an acceptable price, but I am not sure if it is worth waiting for the SUPER announcement. Bit of an unfortunate timing for me here
06-13-2019 02:55 PM
Imprezzion Personally not a fan of mixing 2 different brands but it doesn't look bad at all.

That Duke is REALLY close to the HDD bay isn't it lol.

I just traded my Gigabyte Aorus Extreme 1:1 for a MSI Gaming X Trio as I really wanted to have all MSI parts for kind of like a theme in the build plus, easier to sync RGB this way as my boards also a MSI.

This card clocks horribly on stock, crashed in Metro Exodus @ 4k Ultra almost instantly on 2010 core and even 1995 crashes. 1980 seems to run fine with 8200 memory but that is... Literally +20 over stock boost.. also got REALLY hot. Like, 70c on 85% fanspeed hot.. Usually the MSI ones are amongst the coolest running cards.

So, ignoring the warranty sticker on the screw as I couldn't care less about the validity of those things in my country, I repasted and remounted it with Prolimatech PK-3.

It went from 70c @85% to 52c @62%.

Then, I pulled out the curve editor in MSI AB, maxed it out @ 1950 @ 1093mv.
Started pulling up the core clocks. Going from 1043mv to 1093mv means it can now run 2070 stable so far and even ran 2085 for a while.. seems like Turing really likes voltage lol.

It's now running 58c @ 64% with 2085/2070 core and 8200 mem with 1093mv and it's getting within 3% of the 109% powerlimit now in Metro Exodus (1080p supersampled to 4K)

Shame 1093mv is the hard cap.. the Gaming X Trio PCB / VRM would run 1,25v easily.. wonder if it could do like, 2200mhz then..
06-08-2019 07:04 PM
Gripen90 Got a MSI RTX 2080 Duke OC and a Palit RTX 2080 GamingPro OC
06-08-2019 06:44 PM
Majentrix Put my 2080 on water.
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