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08-21-2019 01:33 PM
superhead91
Quote: Originally Posted by Pendulum View Post
Those aren't bad temps at all for a 2Ghz card with a 120mm rad. My GTX 1080 usually sits around 58-64C at 2038Mhz, but it's blowing all of that hot air straight into my rad.



Yeah, the 2080S isn't too loved it seems. I had the FTW3 HC in my cart from EVGA but it sold out before I had time to finish the order. lol

I'm in no rush so it gives me time to order in some more fittings, coolant and PETG to redo my loop. NE has it in stock, but I'd be paying an extra $100 between everything.



I was going to wait for the 3000 series but there are a bunch of games I want coming out before they launch and I don't quite want to pay Ti prices.
That was exactly my reasoning for the 2080S. My 1070 probably wasn't going to cut it for Cyberpunk and I wanted some future proofness but didn't want to spend Ti money. Plus I upgraded to 1440 144 Hz recently and that really gave my 1070 a kick in the pants.
08-21-2019 01:27 PM
Pendulum
Quote: Originally Posted by superhead91 View Post
FTW card will have a higher power limit. I have the XC hybrid and highest temp I've seen is 56 C. With OC scanner curve I usually stay around 2040 in game. Memory is set to 8800.

Good luck finding 2080 Super info in general lol. Doesn't seem many people are buying them, at least not people who post on forums. Makes sense. 2070 Super has a lot more hype.

Those aren't bad temps at all for a 2Ghz card with a 120mm rad. My GTX 1080 usually sits around 58-64C at 2038Mhz, but it's blowing all of that hot air straight into my rad.

Yeah, the 2080S isn't too loved it seems. I had the FTW3 HC in my cart from EVGA but it sold out before I had time to finish the order. lol
I'm in no rush so it gives me time to order in some more fittings, coolant and PETG to redo my loop. NE has it in stock, but I'd be paying an extra $100 between everything.

I was going to wait for the 3000 series but there are a bunch of games I want coming out before they launch and I don't quite want to pay Ti prices.
08-21-2019 08:19 AM
superhead91
Quote: Originally Posted by Pendulum View Post
Hey guys, I'm considering upgrading my air cooled EVGA GTX 1080 SC that's been great so far to an EVGA RTX 2080 Super FTW3 Hydro Copper to add to my loop. I've been digging through the thread and haven't found much information. Does anybody here have one? If so I'm just curious if you'd share your experience with it.
Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
Not necessarily. It has the possibility of drawing more power. The BIOS decided the limit on these cards.

FTW3:
Board power limit
Target: 260.0 W
Limit: 338.0 W
Adj. Range: -60%, +30%

XC (all models with 22-10-2018 BIOS update)
Board power limit
Target: 225.0 W
Limit: 292.0 W
Adj. Range: -53%, +30%

So, yeah the FTW3 has the higher limit in this case.

I run a MSI Gaming X Trio which has:
Board power limit
Target: 260.0 W
Limit: 285.0 W
Adj. Range: -50%, +10%

And yes, that 285w I can pretty easily hit on 2085/8200 1.093v Curve OC in like, Superposition or Metro Exodus @ 1080p all settings maxed with RTX Ultra enabled. So, for maximum performance when using 1.093v Curve I would get a FTW3.

FTW card will have a higher power limit. I have the XC hybrid and highest temp I've seen is 56 C. With OC scanner curve I usually stay around 2040 in game. Memory is set to 8800.

Good luck finding 2080 Super info in general lol. Doesn't seem many people are buying them, at least not people who post on forums. Makes sense. 2070 Super has a lot more hype.
08-21-2019 07:20 AM
Pendulum Hey guys, I'm considering upgrading my air cooled EVGA GTX 1080 SC that's been great so far to an EVGA RTX 2080 Super FTW3 Hydro Copper to add to my loop. I've been digging through the thread and haven't found much information. Does anybody here have one? If so I'm just curious if you'd share your experience with it.
08-21-2019 01:00 AM
GunnzAkimbo This for the hell of it.
08-20-2019 11:32 PM
GunnzAkimbo 8K can stress the card well, but 4k because 4k...

Settings 8800mem, 1900 boost (gpu-z)
08-20-2019 05:13 AM
Darylrese
Quote: Originally Posted by GunnzAkimbo View Post
8800 memory should be stable, even the founders can do that.
Interesting! I heard around 7750mhz on a overclocking guide?
08-19-2019 10:54 PM
Dphotog It's a Seasonic FOCUS Plus Series SSR-850PX 850W 80+ Platinum ATX12V & EPS12V Full Modular unless I have the two mistaken that I have the two separate wires connected to the motherboard instead of the gpu as power cables go.
08-19-2019 09:02 PM
GunnzAkimbo Air cooled.

I think thats quite a good result with a Q3 2014 cpu.
08-19-2019 11:06 AM
microchidism I'm on the fence about grabbing a water-block for my rtx 2080, I read somewhere that for Turing there are no gains to be had by water at all? Can anyone who has gone from air to water confirm this? Just lower temps and more stable boost clocks?
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