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08-06-2020 11:01 PM
JackCY Yeah these cards are a beast, the prices are beastly to though, be it any Ti so far.
08-03-2020 07:05 PM
tps3443
Quote: Originally Posted by JackCY View Post
A TU106 pulls 250 W happily, even beyond with some loads and some come with 250-270 W stock max power limit. Having 2080Ti cards locked to 250 W stock is simply ridiculous, but you know, cooling... manufacturers don't want to cook it and there is so much heat that can be dissipated from the air and small water coolers.

Now you can run them in mGPU no? That is if anything supports it at all.


08-03-2020 05:22 PM
tps3443 It is so cool seeing 402-410 watts of power draw playing RDR2, from the GPU alone at 2,115Mhz and 18,200Mhz memory. I am temperature limited now, I would have to keep the card under 60C to manage anything more than 2,130Mhz. And it hovers around 60-61C.

So in a game with 100% GPU utilization 2,115Mhz sustained is my absolute limit.

This poor little 240mm radiator is at its limits.

2,100-2,115 is amazing though! So happy I can hold this clock speed forever in game. In a demanding game too.

So, I’m happy!
08-03-2020 03:25 PM
tps3443
Quote: Originally Posted by JackCY View Post
A TU106 pulls 250 W happily, even beyond with some loads and some come with 250-270 W stock max power limit. Having 2080Ti cards locked to 250 W stock is simply ridiculous, but you know, cooling... manufacturers don't want to cook it and there is so much heat that can be dissipated from the air and small water coolers.

Now you can run them in mGPU no? That is if anything supports it at all.
This has been a very fun 2080Ti to play with. This one is 100% reliable. No issues at all.

I am going to sell one of the 2080Ti's

I will probably reassemble this Aorus gaming box just like it was and sell it on ebay. I am going to let it run a few more days to confirm 100% stability. And whoever buys it, and actually hooks it up to a laptop will be in for a nice surprise when they see it boosting past 2Ghz right out of the box haha " and holding it"

This is the fastest eGPU in the world!

This card was horrible at 250 watts hard limit, because the card powers a pump, and (2) 120MM fans too. So, it really only has like 235 available watts if that. The bios flash to 310 watts, and then the soldered 8 ohm resistors have really gave this card new light.
08-03-2020 03:08 PM
JackCY A TU106 pulls 250 W happily, even beyond with some loads and some come with 250-270 W stock max power limit. Having 2080Ti cards locked to 250 W stock is simply ridiculous, but you know, cooling... manufacturers don't want to cook it and there is so much heat that can be dissipated from the air and small water coolers.

Now you can run them in mGPU no? That is if anything supports it at all.
08-03-2020 11:03 AM
tps3443 Broke 17K easily in Timespy graphics.

310 Watt bios, plus shunt mod! Card is a BEASTTT!!!

So I am getting 450 watts?? It sure loves the extra power, vs. locked at 250 lol.


08-03-2020 09:52 AM
tps3443 Just received my Aorus Gamebox 2080Ti eGPU.

I am recording some videos on pulling it right now!

here’s a quick unboxing.

PART 1, opening the box packaging!






PART 2! In the rig!!







PART 3! Testing the GPU inside a desktop! THE BEST PART!





BIOS flash to 310 watts, from 250 watts.
Coming NEXT!!

These cards have a hard lock at 250 watts with only 100% TDP slider maximum. So 310 watt bios is a quick fix for extra performance!

I will test for reliability, then flash original bios and shunt mod this video card!
08-01-2020 01:56 PM
JackCY That's how it usually goes. One gets impatient when it's long in transit.
I have no idea why post in country or around the same continent would take so long. EU: In country it's often next day delivery or so (regular post package or courier even better), international on the same continent, up to a week, more like 4 days with a courier (cheaper than regular post, tracked, picked up at address).
Cheapo free shipping from China... 10-60 days.

Maybe they needed to build a railroad first in US to deliver the package.

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Test a card first, stock, play with, OC it, make sure it works fine.
Then mess with it's cooling and shunts.
08-01-2020 10:10 AM
tps3443 Update update update!


My lost package is in my local city! I got this email this morning.


I’ll have (2) 2080Ti’s!! This Sounds fun!

Literally the morning after buying a brand new 2080Ti. My lost one pops up right down the road.

Here’s the gap in the tracking. From 7-20 to 08-01


08-01-2020 09:45 AM
tps3443 The morning after ordering another 2080Ti, the one that is lost in the mail has updated, and is in my local city.

Seriously?
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