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2019/08/13 12:49:20 (permalink)
Hi,
 
Just wondering what your results are on the Evga 2070 Super cards, especially the 2070 Super XC Ultra.
I been testing this card, to test the limits.
 
My results are (for stable testing primarly in 3Dmark Time Spy) but also in games:
Core Clock: +110mhz
Memory Clock: +800mhz
Fan Profile: Agressive
Power Target: Max @ 112% with GPU temp target at 88c
Software: Precsision X1 v.0.4.8.0
 
My tempareture on load (both in Time Spy and games such as BFV, CS:GO, PUBG) the card stay around 62-66c degrees.
 
Based on the hardware im using (see signature) I got an score in Time Spy around 10900 for these settings (which I found quite good) compared to stock points from different 2070 super brands to be around 10000-10300 points.
 
 
I`ve tested same as above, but just rising the Memory clock between +800 and +1000 with different results. Some crashes (total screen blackout wich needeed restart) and some "oops an error occurred" with Time Spy ended with 0 points in result.  It all depends on you specfic cards and will all be induvidual results. But this is just some info for some people that just bought this card and wanted to oc-testing their card. You might also lower the memory to lower and rise the core to +120 and beyond to test.
 
What are your experiences with this card (2070 Super XC Ultra) or other 2070 Super cards?

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    harveyev
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/10/29 17:39:02 (permalink)
    Pretty similar to yours actually. Stable af across the board. Time Spy score 11344. System specs in sig. 

    Motherboard: EVGA Z390 FTW
    CPU: Intel i9-9900K 5.2Ghz@1.35V (adaptive, MCE=on, avx-offset=0)
    Memory: 4 x 16,384 MB G.Skill DDR4 @ 2,128 MHz
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    GPU: EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER XC ULTRA GAMING, 08G-P4-3173-KR
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/10/29 17:51:08 (permalink)
    Sounds pretty nice. Guess your better score is higher CPU score etc.
    I tweaked a little more on GPU (CPU and ram on same)
     
    Core Clock: +100mhz
    Memory Clock: +750mhz
    Power Target: Max @ 112% with GPU temp target at 88c
    Voltage: + 100mv
     
    Best score now 11 095.


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    Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3200MHz 64GB (XMP II enabled)
    AIO: Corsair H150i Pro RGB in push/pull intake (6 x NF‑F12 chromax.black.swap)
    GPU: EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER XC ULTRA GAMING, 08G-P4-3173-KR
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/10/29 17:52:08 (permalink)
    The Evga 2070 Super card is quite good actually compared to the standard 2080.

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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/10/31 21:11:55 (permalink)
    I have a 2070 Super FTW3 Ultra.  Here are some results I got after some testing...
     
    Core Clock: +115
    Memory Clock: +1065
    Voltage: 100 on slider.
    Power: +130
    GPU Temp Setting: 88C
     
    My highest Time Spy score was 11091 (For graphics) and my highest temp was 56 for the testing.
     
    My highest recorded temps were 60C.  It usually consistently boosts to 2100 or 2085 depending on application.

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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/10/31 23:03:17 (permalink)
    I've just finished "overclocking" what has got to be one of the worst 2070 Supers. It's the 2070 Super FTW3 Ultra+ with 10% faster memory, clocked at 15.5Ghz out of the box which I assume means they are 16Ghz Samsung chips but after seeing my results I'm not so sure. Max stable clocks are 1995Mhz on the core and 16.6Ghz on the VRAM. I've tried everything I can think of, curve editing and standard offset, voltage maxed out or left stock, fans at max and auto, etc. and this thing is just a dog. I'm comparing it to a few reviews, primarily this one where their FTW ultra non-plus is averaging stock what my max OC is, as well as user feedback from this and another forum and while I know overclocking is not guaranteed at all, this is a really disappointing result from EVGA's best 2070 Super. Most 2070 Supers I've seen have been getting somewhere around 1960Mhz-2100Mhz stable on the core, so I'm clearly on the low end of that but not the absolute worst and I had no problem accepting that as I understand that that's luck of the draw. But the VRAM that I paid extra money for different hardware that is supposed to be better, even regular 2070 Supers with 14Ghz memory are getting 15.5Ghz-16Ghz and mine with supposedly 16Ghz Samsung chips that on other 2070 Supers or 2080 Supers are getting 17.6Ghz-18.4Ghz. That is a tough pill to swallow and makes me wonder if EVGA is actually using the 16Ghz Samsung VRAM chips or if I assumed incorrectly.
     
    I will say the cooler on the FTW ultra is very good, temps were maxing out around 63c and noise is very low, but I do wish EVGA did some sort of even mild binning so that your most expensive and "best" model doesn't end up with the absolute worst GPU on it.
     
     
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    EDIT: I corrected the typical range of the 16Ghz Samsung chips, was previously 18.5-19Ghz which was incorrect math on my part.
    post edited by freEVfoldinGA - 2019/11/01 09:37:59


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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/01 02:08:03 (permalink)
    Great cooling you have! Mine is on load (2040mhz avarage load) to 64C and sometimes (when hot inside room up to 68C). Highest I been I think would be 70c (but then close to 30c inside on summer).

    Case: Cooler Master Cosmos C700P
    Motherboard: Asus Maximus Hero XI (WIFI)
    CPU: Intel i9-9900K 5.0Ghz@1.32V (adaptive, MCE=on, avx-offset=0)
    Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3200MHz 64GB (XMP II enabled)
    AIO: Corsair H150i Pro RGB in push/pull intake (6 x NF‑F12 chromax.black.swap)
    GPU: EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER XC ULTRA GAMING, 08G-P4-3173-KR
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/01 07:35:19 (permalink)
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    I've just finished "overclocking" what has got to be one of the worst 2070 Supers. It's the 2070 Super FTW3 Ultra+ with 10% faster memory, clocked at 15.5Ghz out of the box which I assume means they are 16Ghz Samsung chips but after seeing my results I'm not so sure. Max stable clocks are 1995Mhz on the core and 16.6Ghz on the VRAM. I've tried everything I can think of, curve editing and standard offset, voltage maxed out or left stock, fans at max and auto, etc. and this thing is just a dog. I'm comparing it to a few reviews, primarily this one where their FTW ultra non-plus is averaging stock what my max OC is, as well as user feedback from this and another forum and while I know overclocking is not guaranteed at all, this is a really disappointing result from EVGA's best 2070 Super. Most 2070 Supers I've seen have been getting somewhere around 1960Mhz-2100Mhz stable on the core, so I'm clearly on the low end of that but not the absolute worst and I had no problem accepting that as I understand that that's luck of the draw. But the VRAM that I paid extra money for different hardware that is supposed to be better, even regular 2070 Supers with 14Ghz memory are getting 15.5Ghz-16Ghz and mine with supposedly 16Ghz Samsung chips that on other 2070 Supers or 2080 Supers are getting 18.5Ghz-19Ghz. That is a tough pill to swallow and makes me wonder if EVGA is actually using the 16Ghz Samsung VRAM chips or if I assumed incorrectly.
     
    I will say the cooler on the FTW ultra is very good, temps were maxing out around 63c and noise is very low, but I do wish EVGA did some sort of even mild binning so that your most expensive and "best" model doesn't end up with the absolute worst GPU on it.
     
     
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    @ freEVfoldinGA,  Post restored
     
    EVGA never guarantees OC  ---> Does your Card reach the Advertised MHz ?
     
    You can remove the heat sink and inspect the TIM & thermal pads & see if there is room for improvement.  I've received poorly applied TIM & Thermal Pads - on my Nvidia Titan X Pascal -- hey, it happens
     
    There is always the  EVGA Step-Up   if you are that unhappy
     
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/01 07:52:16 (permalink)
    Standard Boozt Clock for the 2070 Super XC Ultra is 1800 MHz. I get witout EVGA Precision X1 running to about 1940mhz (no OC).
    With overclock (+100mhz clock speed) I usually at 2025-2070mhz depending on game/benchmark.
     
     
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    post edited by Spearshake - 2019/11/01 07:56:46

    Case: Cooler Master Cosmos C700P
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    CPU: Intel i9-9900K 5.0Ghz@1.32V (adaptive, MCE=on, avx-offset=0)
    Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3200MHz 64GB (XMP II enabled)
    AIO: Corsair H150i Pro RGB in push/pull intake (6 x NF‑F12 chromax.black.swap)
    GPU: EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER XC ULTRA GAMING, 08G-P4-3173-KR
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/01 09:15:54 (permalink)
    My 2070S XC Ultra is running at +0 Core clock(Max I could get was +25 before games actually started crashing already :s) and +500 on memory. In games/benchmark it averages at around 1955-1995MHZ core which is not bad for me tho. Did for anyone else the EVGA Precision X1 OC finder crash the pc btw? I was letting it run on its own for a while(with stock settings) and after 10-15m my screen just goes black and I have to hard reset.
     
    Here is a 3dmark timespy run: 3dmark. com/spy/8755568
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/01 09:59:25 (permalink)
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    @ freEVfoldinGA,  Post restored
     
    EVGA never guarantees OC  ---> Does your Card reach the Advertised MHz ?
     
    You can remove the heat sink and inspect the TIM & thermal pads & see if there is room for improvement.  I've received poorly applied TIM & Thermal Pads - on my Nvidia Titan X Pascal -- hey, it happens
     
    There is always the  EVGA Step-Up   if you are that unhappy
     
    As you mentioned it is a Silicon Lottery for Everyone
     




    I do understand that overclocking is never guaranteed and I've dealt with enough poor to average overclocking cards and didn't feel they warranted complaining in the past, even high end ones. What really made this time hard to swallow was the extra money I spent on nothing but the memory, and to not even come close to the typical range of them. Previously increasing my budget for something like a FTW card vs a standard when I'd get a dud overclocker it's easy to say that I've got a better cooler and higher power target etc. This time I don't feel like I got any value out of the $30 difference between the FTW3 Ultra vs Ultra+.
     
    The card does reach the advertised Mhz on both core and RAM, with so far no instability, so I'm not expecting a defective card or anything like that. I just feel like this poor overclocking data point bears mentioning to temper the fact that, in my experience, more people report their overclocking results when they are good results. 
     
    I would only be interested in removing the cooler to visually verify the model of the RAM chips, and I'm going to wait and see if EVGA or a third party reveiwer are able to confirm them so I don't have to. I think it's a very low chance that temperatures are a factor here, the cooler's performance has been stellar in both temperatures and noise. That goes for core and all the other RAM & VRAM temps.
     
    As for step up, I kind of already did step up my budget to get the FTW3 Ultra+. At this point I'd be much more interested in stepping down to the XC Ultra and save the $70 
     
    I appreciate your input, and restoring my post, but at this point I'm aware that I just have to deal with a disappointing situation so I'm only looking to put my data point out there and maybe see if EVGA wants to confirm the type of RAM chips for future buyers. 
     


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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/01 11:18:56 (permalink)
    freEVfoldinGA
    I appreciate your input, and restoring my post, but at this point I'm aware that I just have to deal with a disappointing situation so I'm only looking to put my data point out there and maybe see if EVGA wants to confirm the type of RAM chips for future buyers. 

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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/01 11:28:10 (permalink)
    Really good results overall.  The best I could do with my 2080 blower non-a chip was 11,300 in timespy.
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/05 07:01:39 (permalink)
    Using MSI Afterburner, for now I am settled at:
    Power Limit: 111%
    Temp Limit: 88c
    Core Clock : +125
    Mem Clock +880
     
    Timespy score: 11,568 3dmark.com /3dm/40728340 (which is my best and most stable to date)
     
     
    Using an EKWB Water Block on the GOU, it maxes out at 38c so there is much more room. But given the Core Voltage is locked in the BOIS, this is about all I can squeeze out of this GPU until I can find a BIOS that will unlock the Core (not too hopeful there).
     
    Also, the CPU is gimped at 4900ghz until I unlid and direct die the waterblock. I can improve overall performance if a can get the CPU to 5100 stable.
     

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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/19 14:17:21 (permalink)
     
    Managed to overcome the power issue bumped 17%. Now running the following OC settings:
    Memory Clock:+955
    Voltage +17%
    Power: 112%
    GPU Temp: 88c
     
    No fan settings as it is water cooled with EKWB 2080 +Ti block
     
    Best Timespy score to date: 11,641 (ranked 2nd in HWInfo for 2070 Super). 


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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/19 16:47:31 (permalink)
    +0 to core.  Any offset that yielded a gain in clock speed, despite the GPU running quite cool would result in a crash within seconds for me
     
    +1000 to memory.  the memory controller could be hammered up to 75% load (most any of my games could hit it) and no frame rate regressions, artifacts, problems in a 6 hour gaming or VR session.
     
    XC 2 slot fwiw.
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/19 16:52:54 (permalink)
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    +0 to core.  Any offset that yielded a gain in clock speed, despite the GPU running quite cool would result in a crash within seconds for me
     

    Did you try to bump the voltage? If you are running cool, sound like you could try +10-15%. I'm running at 1.05v at 2130Mhz and it seems stable so far. 
     

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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/19 16:55:46 (permalink)
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    +0 to core.  Any offset that yielded a gain in clock speed, despite the GPU running quite cool would result in a crash within seconds for me
     
    +1000 to memory.  the memory controller could be hammered up to 75% load (most any of my games could hit it) and no frame rate regressions, artifacts, problems in a 6 hour gaming or VR session.
     
    XC 2 slot fwiw.




     
    Which Card ? part number
    Test with MB & RAM @ stock speeds & do a Clean BOOT --> Could be unstable OC, or frontside bus OC
     
    Test GPU with  memory stock RAM ---> What MHz does the card go to ?
     
    Are you using 2 PCIe power cables from PSU to GPU ?
     
    Hardware Specs of your PC ?
     
    OS ?
    Nvidia Driver ?
     
    Changes to Nvidia Control Pan4el ?

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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/20 17:50:30 (permalink)
    Cool GTX
     
     
    Which Card ?...

    Cool GTX
    part number

    08G-P4-3172-KR
     
    Cool GTX
    Test with MB & RAM @ stock speeds & do a Clean BOOT --> Could be unstable OC, or frontside bus OC

    Pretty seasoned with the validation fwiw but the CPu is on full auto and the system memory is 10k% validated windows and bootable edition of HCI mem test, 24 hours of Aida64, 48 hours of bootable MemTest64
     
    Cool GTX
    Test GPU with  memory stock RAM ---> What MHz does the card go to ?

    Can't remember precisely anymore but I do recall while folding or gaming it was constantly in the 1900s
     
    Cool GTX
    Are you using 2 PCIe power cables from PSU to GPU ?

    But of course and so does its replacement 2080 Ti
     
    Cool GTX
    Hardware Specs of your PC ?

    Gigabyte Aorus x570 I Pro Wifi/Ryzen 3700x/2x16GB G.Skill @ 3600MT 16-16-16-16-32-48 TRFC 294 and 1:1 IF
    The clocking thing held true for me and the guy I sold it to.  Its inability to be positively offset GPU core was the same in my 3900x rig, a b450 based 2700x I slapped together just to be sure.  I initially thought it was just the PCIe ribbon cable required for installation in the case I have the 3700x rig in or that the earlier revs of the MB bios weren't honoring manually configured PCIe 3.0 mode setting.  Neither was the case so far as I or the new owner could tell. 
     
    Cool GTX
    OS ?

    Several different Win10 installations
     
    Cool GTX
    Nvidia Driver ?

    Several different drivers all DDU'd
     
    Cool GTX
    Changes to Nvidia Control Pan4el ?

    Bone stock runner here, generally speaking.
     
    Now that I have replaced it I can get some 4k gaming in on the OLED the rig is attached to when my nieces aren't VRing it up with the 2080 Ti Black that took its place.  It never left me wanting for more performance excepting that it is not reasonable to ask it to be a 4k card.  In 5 hours of VR or gaming sessions while validating the system on a 1440p 144Hz display it had super (see what I did there?) consistency of butta-smoov and stable, fluid performance.  Folding scores were in line for its pedigree and it never failed a work unit.    The college kid I sold it to, and I did disclose my results before sale, is as happy with it as I was and I was pretty impressed with it.  It was nearly silent in operation under full load... certainly so compared to either of my 2080 Ti cards on air.  Long and short is it, to me, was simply a case of a GPU die that met spec and had absolutely nothing extra to give.  :)
     
    post edited by rchiwawa - 2019/11/20 17:53:00
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/25 14:50:18 (permalink)
    I been doing tests with an rtx demo from nvidia, and x1 I get with gtw3 900 on mem, and 50 on
    gpu core. Temps are really good just under 60c on load. but if I push gpu core higher, games like 
    GTA V run fine, but COD MW crash and the RTX demo won't load. so why is overclocking evect
    RTX titles or demos?
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/26 00:36:42 (permalink)
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    I been doing tests with an rtx demo from nvidia, and x1 I get with gtw3 900 on mem, and 50 on
    gpu core. Temps are really good just under 60c on load. but if I push gpu core higher, games like 
    GTA V run fine, but COD MW crash and the RTX demo won't load. so why is overclocking evect
    RTX titles or demos?




    That's how it is.  While some OCs will work with certain titles or benches, it doesn't mean it's 100% stable since it won't work with others.  Have to find a middle ground that makes everyone happy if you'd like for a 100% stable OC.

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    dmann304
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/11/26 04:21:49 (permalink)
    Excatly. Seems Call of Duty MW or even ray traced demos don't like any oc.
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/12/16 09:10:04 (permalink)
    Im finding more interesting things with oc. I seem to get +100 on core, and +700 on mem, can go higher. 
    but not sure but ray trace on in Metro, crash after 5 min of play, but all games that aren't using RT, seems fine
    no artifacts, or crashes, COD seems fixed now, but could be on their end with patch, so what are good overclcoks
    for this card with Ray Trace on, since it doesn't like the settings in plug in in X1.
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/12/20 08:01:20 (permalink)
    2070 super Black here, with EK Classic block (2080ti model, I know but whatever it fits) and Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut.
     
    +926 mem.
    I am running a curve on the core, 1093mv = 2220mhz core. Realistically I can only run this high with lower power consumption tasks, once the card hits the power target max 112% it drops the clocks down to 2160mhz core. The power target is killing my OC basically. It will drop as low as 2000mhz in Time Spy while on the power limit nearly the whole time. 
     
    Roughly 50c max on GPU at load after coolant is heat soaked, roughly 23c ambient.
     
    It won't let me link but the result id is 9702981 on 3dmark Time Spy.
     
    Total score is kinda low as I am still running a 6700k.
     
    It is worth noting that I am using Afterburner not Precision, I simply prefer the interface and Rivatuner has much better detection options for OSD.
    post edited by dookiejones - 2019/12/20 08:07:04
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2019/12/22 09:29:06 (permalink)
    i feel your pain - i have the exact issue on my 2070 xc ultra  set at 2115 is fine, but the minute it goes past 41c i see incremental drops in clock. Cooling isnt an issue as i dont hit over 58c even in stress tests. this is definitely pointing to nvidia having a restricted power curve. (probably in response to the heating issues of the gtx 1080) 
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2020/02/18 07:09:18 (permalink)
    Mine's got +60Hz on the Core Clock, and +900 on the Memory Clock. Higher than that i got my games crashed. Got my performance up to 10-15% and graphics even more smoother with RTX On (COD MW, Control, SOTTR)
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2020/02/29 06:09:18 (permalink)
    So it seems the 2070S really prefers Mem OC to Core OC, how much IMPROVEMENTS are you seeing from factory settings with a small Core OC and a large mem OC?
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2020/03/11 10:11:01 (permalink)
    freEVfoldinGA
    I've just finished "overclocking" what has got to be one of the worst 2070 Supers. It's the  with 10% faster memory, clocked at 15.5Ghz out of the box which I assume means they are 16Ghz Samsung chips but after seeing my results I'm not so sure. Max stable clocks are 1995Mhz on the core and 16.6Ghz on the VRAM. I've tried everything I can think of, curve editing and standard offset, voltage maxed out or left stock, fans at max and auto, etc. and this thing is just a dog. I'm comparing it to a few reviews, primarily where their FTW ultra non-plus is averaging stock what my max OC is, as well as user feedback from this and another forum and while I know overclocking is not guaranteed at all, this is a really disappointing result from EVGA's best 2070 Super. Most 2070 Supers I've seen have been getting somewhere around stable on the core, so I'm clearly on the low end of that but not the absolute worst and I had no problem accepting that as I understand that that's luck of the draw. But the VRAM that I paid extra money for different hardware that is supposed to be better, even regular 2070 Supers with 14Ghz memory are getting and mine with supposedly 16Ghz Samsung chips that on other or are getting 17.6Ghz-18.4Ghz. That is a tough pill to swallow and makes me wonder if EVGA is actually using the 16Ghz Samsung VRAM chips or if I assumed incorrectly.
     
    I will say the cooler on the FTW ultra is very good, temps were maxing out around 63c and noise is very low, but I do wish EVGA did some sort of even mild binning so that your most expensive and "best" model doesn't end up with the absolute worst GPU on it.
     
     
    edit Post restored, from filter by Cool GTX
     
    EDIT: I corrected the typical range of the 16Ghz Samsung chips, was previously 18.5-19Ghz which was incorrect math on my part.



    I feel you. I have the exact same issue. The most "stable" OC I could achieve was:

    +400 Mem
    +50 Clock

    Setting the Voltage to +100 doesn't seem to have any effect on OC headroom and instantly crashes my machine using Timespy. Rip me...
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2020/03/11 10:33:32 (permalink)
    @ phL123
     
    Welcome to the EVGA Forums
     
    Your post has been released from the filter / approved
     
    GPU-Z - on the - sensor tab ---> can indicate what is holding your performance back
     
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    Re: 2070 Super overclocking 2020/03/11 11:44:57 (permalink)
    Hey, 
     
    thanks for approving me. How do I spot those bottlenecks? I just used Superposition on 1080p Extreme for testing the temperature and it tops 72°C
     
    Cheers
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