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06-06-2020 02:52 AM
TK421 Does anyone with RTX series GPU notice a bug with memory clocks when using MSi AB?


If my PC goes to sleep before, the memory clocks will be set 200MHz lower regardless of what you do. It needs a restart to fix.




RTX 2080 Ti, Windows 10.
06-05-2020 03:06 PM
J7SC
Quote: Originally Posted by Circaflex View Post
Awesome, thanks. What does Founders Edition mean? Have there been any major improvements over reference? i saw the chart with the power phases being shown, is that making a big difference?

...yeah, lot's of good choices out there for 2080 Ti (A chip). Since these cards react really well to w-cooling in terms of extra speed, you might even consider some of the available factory full waterblock versions (or install a custom block yourself afterwards)
06-05-2020 02:59 PM
Imprezzion There's many AIB cards way cheaper then a founders that use founders / reference PCB. Just check whichever card is cheap in your country and compare it with the list in the OP to see which PCB it uses. Do not under any circumstance buy a non-A tho.

I use a Gainward Phoenix GS as I could get that very cheap secondhand locally with like, 17 months of warranty left and original box + receipt.
06-05-2020 01:33 PM
ThrashZone Hi,
Founders is vanilla
Cards like 2080ti ftw3 ultra have a big custom board like the King|pin/....
06-05-2020 01:25 PM
MrTOOSHORT
Quote: Originally Posted by Circaflex View Post
Awesome, thanks. What does Founders Edition mean? Have there been any major improvements over reference? i saw the chart with the power phases being shown, is that making a big difference?
Founders is the new name for reference from Nvidia. The Founders 2080ti(reference) has a beefy PCB and power delivery, so it's a good choice for water cooling. Also many blocks to choose from many vendors.
06-05-2020 12:36 PM
Circaflex
Quote: Originally Posted by MrTOOSHORT View Post
Still around and yes the reference founders is a good bet if you want to water cool.



https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce...s/rtx-2080-ti/


 

Awesome, thanks. What does Founders Edition mean? Have there been any major improvements over reference? i saw the chart with the power phases being shown, is that making a big difference?
06-05-2020 12:26 PM
MrTOOSHORT
Quote: Originally Posted by Circaflex View Post
Been out of the game a while everyone, but buying a 2080ti. When I last looked at cards, reference design was what you wanted to go after, especially if you wanted to water cool. Is that still the case? Are reference PCBs still around after being out for so long on the market?
Still around and yes the reference founders is a good bet if you want to water cool.



https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce...s/rtx-2080-ti/


 
06-05-2020 12:16 PM
Circaflex Been out of the game a while everyone, but buying a 2080ti. When I last looked at cards, reference design was what you wanted to go after, especially if you wanted to water cool. Is that still the case? Are reference PCBs still around after being out for so long on the market?
06-05-2020 03:39 AM
edhutner Hi @Tyemcho
Here I uploaded couple of photos of mine before putting the water block. It is EVGA XC Gaming, reference pcb with Samsung memory. Please let me know when you download it and i will delete the gallery.
https://postimg.cc/gallery/dZr5D93
06-04-2020 03:28 PM
Tyemcho hello everyone! i purchased two damaged RTX 2080ti my goal is to change memory chips from micron to samsung. i have TRIO and STRIX please! i need PCB pictures boards that have only Samsung memory, very clear pictures or just tell me (strap resistor layout) thank you p.s have already soldered 16gbps samsung chips on both cards, gpuz shows 0mb when driver is enabled
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