GTXJackBauerWhat were the temps before and after you changed the power target?
Cool GTXWhat PSU & is it new Using two separate power cables to the GPU ? - not one PCIe cable with the jumper to the second port on the card Remove the OC from the CPU & RAM ... does it do the same ? Look forward to your update after the new riser cable is tested ..... try to avoid any tight corners/ bends - I like to use a sharpie to make a nice radius
AHowesWait to test that new riser cable first.
GTXJackBauerThat cable branching into two is still a single cable. Try using two separate cables to power the GPU and go from there.
pozzalloI have two evga rtx 2080 super FTW3 hydro copper and i have been running the cards for about two weeks with no problems with a +970 for mem and + 80 for the core with the sliders voltage ,power, gpu temp maxed out in precision x1 when gaming for hours my temps are top card is 36 degree and the bottom card 37 degree but not on riser cable and I have pci express power cable to cards with no jumper all separate from my power supply.
FishphoenixEVGA support suggested to first check my 12v rail voltage in the BIOS. The support tech mentioned that the 20 series is very sensitive to any fluctuations. I see it fluctuating between 12.168 and 12.240 every now and then. Shouldn't this small of a fluctuation not be an issue? I have a pretty decent PSU (Corsair RM850x), and I can't find any info on whether this small of a fluctuation is normal in it or not. I've also seen lots of posts online mentioning that voltage fluctuations could cause crashes / system shutdowns, but artifacting is typically still tied to the GPU itself.
FishphoenixReplaced the PSU and the new one is steady at 12.168. Managed about 45 minutes of MHW before artifacts again. Submitted another ticket.
FishphoenixRMA approved a few days ago. Hopefully the replacement doesn't have issues. Will update in a few weeks.