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10-14-2019 02:24 PM
nilssohn There is an old Time Spy Extreme run from early March this year with 4971 graphic score. Guess I could do a little better if I tried again these days.

Yes, it's a custom water cooled Non A chip with 240W Gigabyte BIOS. Your score is pretty high though regarding your card's stock cooling. Ever thought of putting it under water?
10-14-2019 02:01 PM
rave6091 i havent really tried normal time spy to be honest. i run time spy extreme because it pushes the cpu and gpu further then normal time spy does. And will crash easier due to non stable overclocks.
Thats a nice score but see how it handles time spy extreme .
Is your card watercooled? Thats an extremely high core clock
10-14-2019 09:20 AM
Hequaqua Wow.....lol
10-14-2019 07:21 AM
nilssohn
Quote: Originally Posted by rave6091 View Post
So with my MSI 2070 Armor OC with EVGA bios flashed, I ended up getting the highest graphics score in Australia on time spy extreme for a RTX 2070. And ended up in 6th place in the world. With my cpu (9900KF) results included i am #1 in the world for Time Spy Extreme. I really must have gotten a golden chip in the card, considering it reaches 2100 Mhz Core and +1200 on Memory, All with stock cooling.

i9 9900KF + RTX 2070
https://www.3dmark.com/newsearch#adv...dResults=false
Nice! Can you beat 10818 graphic score in Time Spy Basic?
10-14-2019 06:48 AM
rayboy2006
Quote: Originally Posted by rayboy2006 View Post
Just ordered the same card. Did you manage to try any other bios yourself? Also did you find the TDP limit of 240w to impact or limit performance?

Thanks
Just reporting back that the flashing the msi gaming x trio with asus strix bios(https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/...er-8192-190620) increases the tdp limit BUT only only one of the 3 display port output is functional, not sure about hdmi. Also the fan spins faster at given percentage. Everything else seems fine, including monitoring.

I've since switch back to orginal bios and undervolted as i prefer to sacrifice a little bit of performance for a more silent rig. I personally set mine to [email protected] I've also found the game Control (rtx/dlss on) to be much more sensitive to instability. Apex can run a good 50mhz without any signs of instability.
10-13-2019 05:55 PM
rave6091 So with my MSI 2070 Armor OC with EVGA bios flashed, I ended up getting the highest graphics score in Australia on time spy extreme for a RTX 2070. And ended up in 6th place in the world. With my cpu (9900KF) results included i am #1 in the world for Time Spy Extreme. I really must have gotten a golden chip in the card, considering it reaches 2100 Mhz Core and +1200 on Memory, All with stock cooling.

i9 9900KF + RTX 2070
https://www.3dmark.com/newsearch#adv...dResults=false
10-13-2019 01:53 PM
nilssohn If there is no DVI port on the Palit card, this might be an issue. Maybe an adapter helps?
In any case, make sure to backup your original BIOS (e.g. with GPU-Z). Of course there should be a way to flash back if something goes wrong (e.g. with iGPU if you use an Intel CPU).
10-13-2019 12:22 PM
sjd
Quote: Originally Posted by nilssohn View Post
This is another one with 175/225W. See also this thread (german).
Unfortunately I do not have a special BIOS on my card, so I can't add anything extra to that thread. Thank you for the other BIOS, do you know if it might make my DVI port non-functional if I use it?
10-13-2019 08:24 AM
nilssohn
Quote: Originally Posted by sjd View Post
1. Is this (link) the only BIOS with 200W+ for non-A 2070?
This is another one with 175/225W. See also this thread (german).
10-13-2019 07:05 AM
sjd Hi, I've been thinking of flashing my non-A binned (1F02) EVGA 2070 Black with a different BIOS but I have a few questions before I proceed:

1. Is this (link) the only BIOS with 200W+ for non-A 2070?
2. My card has a DVI port that I'm using, the card the BIOS above comes from does not. Is it likely I won't be able to use the DVI port? (FE reference has DVI as well)
3. How "bad" is it to run 240W on just one 8-pin PCI-E connector when spec is 225W?

Sorry if these are "noob" questions and thank you for any answers.
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