I did a rebuild going from a 9700k to 3950x. I have a non super 2080 and had to tweak the heck out of the curve to figure out how to match my former 9700k 5.1Ghz.For the 2080 Super, I'm seeing its +100 for Core and ~+1000 VRAM. Is there a voltage bump too? Running afterburner.
With the 9700k I just did the slider and for the most part the voltage % did very little. It did seem to crash RDR2 when it was set over 46%.
The same profile did not work well with the 3950x. I was losing anywhere from 2 to 6% performance so I dug into editing the curve and using monitor software to record the voltages, loads and frequencies.
I created my own curve and surpassed my intel build. The memory speed is forgiving but can actually slow performance down with error correction. This is when I realized the voltage % slider actually stabilizes the memory. It did nothing that I can see to stabilize the core. I am stuck with 2130Mhz on the core. Any higher I get crashes or artifacts, however, I was able to increase the memory to 8230 (+160) with the voltage % slider. I'm not sure if its a voltage jump or just offsets the voltage per frequency. I haven't paid that much attention to the max voltage and this seems to be stable with 40c temps underload.
I would imagine with the right OC curve, a super should outperform mine especially with an intel chipset. Although, my RTX 2080 does have a higher TDP and factory clocks then most non supers.
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