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junglechocolate 03-12-2019 04:09 PM

How to overclock a 1080 Ti?
 
Got a Black EDition SC from EVGA. I see the core clock jump to 1910 on default. My temps max at 72C right now

What are the best ways to Overclock the card. I am trying to get better fps gaming at 4K3D. At normal 4K, I have no need for OC

Its been a while since I've overclocked a card. I've noticed some people OC'ing to 2100mhz on core. last card I owned that was Nvidia was a GTX 470 and I remember flashing the bios since it was reference version and adjusting voltage for core clock. Its been years since then

Not sure if the same rules apply, mem OC vs Core OC, etc.

The Pook 03-12-2019 04:43 PM

OC either core or memory until it's not stable, then back off. Then OC the other until it's not stable, and back off. It hasn't really changed.

You can OC with the voltage curve editor in Afterburner instead if you want but I got the same OCs regardless.

junglechocolate 03-12-2019 04:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Pook (Post 27889088)
OC either core or memory until it's not stable, then back off. Then OC the other until it's not stable, and back off. It hasn't really changed.

You can OC with the voltage curve editor in Afterburner instead if you want but I got the same OCs regardless.

I've noticed a thread here about flashing the bios. Why would you do that? And any advantages to using EVGA Precision over AFB.

The Pook 03-12-2019 05:05 PM

If you're not trying to climb HWBOT ranks there's little to no reason to flash the XOC BIOS. All it does is remove the power limit.

Afterburner has a curve editor, Precision X doesn't. Use whatever you want past that, they're basically identical.

junglechocolate 03-12-2019 05:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Pook (Post 27889114)
If you're not trying to climb HWBOT ranks there's little to no reason to flash the XOC BIOS. All it does is remove the power limit.

Afterburner has a curve editor, Precision X doesn't. Use whatever you want past that, they're basically identical.

Curve editor, you mean the fan?

And no only care about getting maybe 5 more fps in 4K3D

The Pook 03-12-2019 05:23 PM

no, voltage curve editor.

https://forums.evga.com/Guide-How-to...-m2820280.aspx


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