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11-16-2019 04:01 AM
LatinoRamon for RTX 2080 Super, need newer NVflash Patched version, to modify Bios....
11-15-2019 04:15 PM
ToTheSun! I'll admit that I run G-sync 100% of the time. It hides A LOT. If you're truly worried about frametime variance and not sure if it's going to create a worse experience for you, you've got 2 options: stick to AMD or order online and return if you notice anything bad.

It's not a problem for me.
11-15-2019 02:58 PM
Synoxia
Quote: Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post
The latter. nVidia cards seem to be more tightly regulated in the sense that, out of the box, they're closer to their maximum capability, voltage wise. You have some room to improve, but nVidia are on record saying they expect Turing cards' longevity to suffer tremendously with overvolting. I'd say that the best course of action is to find out how much overclocking you can get out of stock voltage and only increase the latter if you really want more performance. In any case, I wouldn't expect a meaningful increase from messing with voltage.
Mhh so you don't recommend undervolting at all from a pure performance standpoint...
What about the frame delivery of a 2080? As AMD owner after seeing those pascal frametime graphs
i am severely concerned about this card smoothness...
11-15-2019 02:52 PM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by Synoxia View Post
Is nvidia boost similiar to AMD where undervolting often is better? Or traditional oc where you put more volt and MHZ to gain more performance?
The latter. nVidia cards seem to be more tightly regulated in the sense that, out of the box, they're closer to their maximum capability, voltage wise. You have some room to improve, but nVidia are on record saying they expect Turing cards' longevity to suffer tremendously with overvolting. I'd say that the best course of action is to find out how much overclocking you can get out of stock voltage and only increase the latter if you really want more performance. In any case, I wouldn't expect a meaningful increase from messing with voltage.
11-15-2019 01:36 PM
Synoxia
Quote: Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post
It depends on what model you're buying.

The card on my sig (soon to change), because of the AIO, boosted from factory to 2025 MHz and never dropped below 1995 MHz. I was able to add 60 MHz to the core before it started acting up. So, in that case, overclocking mattered very little. If you buy non-reference models with beefy power limits and good cooling, you can probably gain some 200+ MHz from overclocking, which is pretty sweet. According to reviews, 2100-2200 MHz should be the absolute maximum you can expect, and 2000+ a pretty good range. If you don't overvolt, any clocks are probably pretty safe in regard to longevity.

Word of advice, though: if buying 2080, get non-reference. For the 2080 Super, I think it shouldn't matter, as nVidia probably ironed out all the kinks already.
Super, probably strix. Should boost to 1890 with OC mode. Is nvidia boost similiar to AMD where undervolting often is better? Or traditional oc where you put more volt and MHZ to gain more performance? Also seems like this whole generation of card is bandwith/memory starved, nvidia makes no exception. Found this

Should help a lot with my Pimax 5k+
11-15-2019 12:36 PM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by Synoxia View Post
Hi guys.
Can you give me some quick infos about:
How much performance you usually gain from overclocking this card and so how a "typical card" (not golden sample) behaves with core/memory oc, power limit, voltages etc
and what's the "ideal 24/7" voltage/temp max.
I think i will have a pleasant experience with this one as it consumes a little less watt and overheats less compared to Vega
I am also interested on what freaks that liquid cool these things do but also use their OC 24/7!
Thank you.
It depends on what model you're buying.

The card on my sig (soon to change), because of the AIO, boosted from factory to 2025 MHz and never dropped below 1995 MHz. I was able to add 60 MHz to the core before it started acting up. So, in that case, overclocking mattered very little. If you buy non-reference models with beefy power limits and good cooling, you can probably gain some 200+ MHz from overclocking, which is pretty sweet. According to reviews, 2100-2200 MHz should be the absolute maximum you can expect, and 2000+ a pretty good range. If you don't overvolt, any clocks are probably pretty safe in regard to longevity.

Word of advice, though: if buying 2080, get non-reference. For the 2080 Super, I think it shouldn't matter, as nVidia probably ironed out all the kinks already.
11-15-2019 11:42 AM
Synoxia Hi guys.
Can you give me some quick infos about:
How much performance you usually gain from overclocking this card and so how a "typical card" (not golden sample) behaves with core/memory oc, power limit, voltages etc
and what's the "ideal 24/7" voltage/temp max.
I think i will have a pleasant experience with this one as it consumes a little less watt and overheats less compared to Vega
I am also interested on what freaks that liquid cool these things do but also use their OC 24/7!
Thank you.
11-13-2019 01:42 PM
ToTheSun! Follow-up: 2nd OS format didn't prevent the issue from reappearing, even before any game was installed. Card RMA'd because it was early Turing death and not software (thank God!, I can keep my intelligence and sanity). Apparently, there are other people with the exact same problem (terribly low performance in Apex Legends and overall decrease in performance with 2080's).

Now, fingers crossed for a 2080 Super replacement!
11-12-2019 05:09 AM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
Maybe Apex is installing a borked DirectX library file or something?

Try uninstalling Apex and manually re-installing DirectX libraries and vcredist just to be sure.

I'm just doing some wild guesses now tho.
Wild guesses are welcome at this point.

I did a system restore to a time before I installed Apex, but the problem persisted. I decided that I will do another Windows install tonight, but I will keep away from Apex and see if the problem comes back.

It's worth noting that I installed RDR2 at the same time I installed the new Duos event patch for Apex both times, so I'm also suspecting R* at this point.
11-12-2019 01:45 AM
Imprezzion Maybe Apex is installing a borked DirectX library file or something?

Try uninstalling Apex and manually re-installing DirectX libraries and vcredist just to be sure.

I'm just doing some wild guesses now tho.
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