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12-11-2019 07:25 PM
Jpmboy
Quote: Originally Posted by Zed03 View Post
Steve at GN was able to saturate an 8x PCIE 3.0 with NVLINK, but didn't even come close to hitting limits of 16x PCIE 3.0.
with NVlink... I think the question was with a single card. That said, I can't get sli 2080tis to saturate x8 at 1440P (which is consistent with the math). 4K60? ... probably.
Quote: Originally Posted by GRABibus View Post
What I want is to be able to edit V/F curve , to be able to fix voltage above 1,093V and no bsod with profiles )
Use afterburner. The Galax tool does not have a "VF" curve, you just set the voltage slider and voltage, this will lock the card(s) in the P0 state.
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
Remember to completely uninstall (and delete the folders for it) for MSI AB and/or PrecisionX, any/all other overclocking and tuning softwares. They can and will conflict just being installed in the system, even if they aren't running.
IDK, I have AB and Xtreme tuner installed on several machines. No conflicts or clashes (sli 2080Tis). EVGA XOC is a different beast and on one machine here, it will clash with itself and corrupt the NVD. Only reason I use it is for a dual fan EVGA card, and even there it "fouls" occasionally requiring a system restore point to get rid of the "grey-screen" desktop at lauch. crap software IMO.
Quote: Originally Posted by GRABibus View Post
I have tested the Galax HOF XOC 3x8pins 2000W in CoD MW with following profile :
[email protected]
+1300MHz on memory

=> I have between 5% and 10% less fps than with Galax 380W bios at
[email protected]
+1150MHz on memory.
The HOF XOC helps in having higher stable clocks (Both core and memory), but, less performances versus lower frequencies with Galax 380W....
If someone can explain this ....
is the 2000W bios loaded on a 3x8 pin PCIE card? Check (if you can) if the bios is trying to pull the 3rd PCIE 8 pin from the ATX rail. That said, Higher clocks does not mean better memory or core efficiency since there are a crap-load of error correcting routines (MCEs) that attempt to match checksums by repeating procedure calls... higher "stable" clocks but inefficient due to error correction.
Quote: Originally Posted by pXuis View Post
If someone could give some advice. I'm starting to think I might have a faulty card.
So I got my hands on a *2080Ti HOF Lab Edition*, second hand obviously, to replace my FE card. I can post pics on request.
I've got the LN2 and normal 450W bios (Which is actually detected as a 400W bios by Nvidia-Smi).
Anyway, the card is a really bad clocker so far. Regardless of voltage, I can't pass TimeSpy on anything higher than 2115Mhz or 2130Mhz (if temps permit) without crashing. Considering my FE could do 2160Mhz, this is a real letdown. Most other Lab editions I've see can hit 2200Mhz no problem.

Here's the weird part which leads me to believe it might be faulty.
In GPU-Z or any other tool, the card never pulls more than 200-230watts. At first I thought it might be a software/sensor thing. But I've got a digital meter to measure power at the wall, and subtracting CPU package etc from the wall reading aligns with the 220ish watt power draw reported by GPU-Z.

Is it possible that the card can hit 2115/30Mhz at a mere 220W? (Increasing voltage slightly increases wattage). Would the low power draw explain the relatively bad OC potential under water? I'm thinking bad VRM?
Sure, why not?
Does the card have any residual LET (water-proofing) or other signs of extreme OC? Did the previous owner show you any benchmarks with the card (like video proof that it works before you bought it)?
12-11-2019 03:31 PM
GRABibus
Quote: Originally Posted by GRABibus View Post
I uninstalled this soft...And I can't find anywhere any remaining folder of it.
I only stick with MSI AB.
I have tested the Galax HOF XOC 3x8pins 2000W in CoD MW with following profile :
[email protected]
+1300MHz on memory

=> I have between 5% and 10% less fps than with Galax 380W bios at
[email protected]
+1150MHz on memory.

The HOF XOC helps in having higher stable clocks (Both core and memory), but, less performances versus lower frequencies with Galax 380W....

If someone can explain this ....
12-11-2019 02:36 PM
pXuis If someone could give some advice. I'm starting to think I might have a faulty card.
So I got my hands on a *2080Ti HOF Lab Edition*, second hand obviously, to replace my FE card. I can post pics on request.

I've got the LN2 and normal 450W bios (Which is actually detected as a 400W bios by Nvidia-Smi).

Anyway, the card is a really bad clocker so far. Regardless of voltage, I can't pass TimeSpy on anything higher than 2115Mhz or 2130Mhz (if temps permit) without crashing. Considering my FE could do 2160Mhz, this is a real letdown. Most other Lab editions I've see can hit 2200Mhz no problem.

Here's the weird part which leads me to believe it might be faulty.
In GPU-Z or any other tool, the card never pulls more than 200-230watts. At first I thought it might be a software/sensor thing. But I've got a digital meter to measure power at the wall, and subtracting CPU package etc from the wall reading aligns with the 220ish watt power draw reported by GPU-Z.

Is it possible that the card can hit 2115/30Mhz at a mere 220W? (Increasing voltage slightly increases wattage). Would the low power draw explain the relatively bad OC potential under water? I'm thinking bad VRM?
12-11-2019 01:58 PM
GRABibus
Quote: Originally Posted by pXuis View Post
I'm referring to the user settings file in the Galax Xtreme utility directory.
I uninstalled this soft...And I can't find anywhere any remaining folder of it.
I only stick with MSI AB.
12-11-2019 01:46 PM
pXuis I'm referring to the user settings file in the Galax Xtreme utility directory.
12-11-2019 12:47 PM
GRABibus
Quote: Originally Posted by Spiriva View Post
Have you tried uninstalling AB and installing it again ?
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
Remember to completely uninstall (and delete the folders for it) for MSI AB and/or PrecisionX, any/all other overclocking and tuning softwares. They can and will conflict just being installed in the system, even if they aren't running.
Quote: Originally Posted by pXuis View Post
You need to delete the User Settings file in the install directory to avoid the blue screen.
Also, clicking on "reset to defaults" may cause blue screen as well.
I have cleanely uninstalled MSI AB, removed profiles in "Profiles" folder. No way.

Still getting BSOD (nvlddmkm.sys stop worked, code : SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION) when I launch a profile saved in MSI AB.

I will do a DDU and reinstall drivers and let's see....
12-11-2019 10:02 AM
skupples
Quote: Originally Posted by ntuason View Post
So 2080 Ti on AMDs latest platform which has PCIE 4.0 will yield no differences against PCIE 3.0? Until GPUs that are native 4.0 releases?
close enough. it won't make a difference until the cards support it, AND until they use the extra bandwidth. we're just now seeing it start to happen on 8x3.0, and only when running multiples.
12-11-2019 09:57 AM
ntuason
Quote: Originally Posted by Zed03 View Post
Steve at GN was able to saturate an 8x PCIE 3.0 with NVLINK, but didn't even come close to hitting limits of 16x PCIE 3.0.
So 2080 Ti on AMDs latest platform which has PCIE 4.0 will yield no differences against PCIE 3.0? Until GPUs that are native 4.0 releases?
12-11-2019 09:31 AM
Zed03
Quote: Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post
Can a single 2080Ti saturate PCIEx3 at any single panel resolution? (Yeah I mean 3 x 4K panels can, but that's just academic.)
Steve at GN was able to saturate an 8x PCIE 3.0 with NVLINK, but didn't even come close to hitting limits of 16x PCIE 3.0.
12-11-2019 08:52 AM
pXuis
Quote: Originally Posted by GRABibus View Post
How do you edit V/F curve with Galax Xtreme Tuner plus utility ?

Update : I even can't launch it. i crash BSOD when i try to launch this soft.
You need to delete the User Settings file in the install directory to avoid the blue screen.
Also, clicking on "reset to defaults" may cause blue screen as well.
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