arestavoI would assume 373 is the top end. Me, being bad with math, 373 X .24 = 89.52. 373 - 89.52 = 283.48 watts at 100%.
sparetimepcYeah i was thinking 280 watt was the 100% mark on them.
SajinIt's 300/373... https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/207756/evga-rtx2080ti-11264-181029
STR8_AN94BALLER gotcha, thanks any bios to increase this?
DeadlyMercurySTR8_AN94BALLER gotcha, thanks any bios to increase this?Are you need that thought? I never saw my ftw3 to be power limited, its always voltage limited. Even in games like rdr2 card with OC sitting on ~110-115% of power limit, so there is enough room.
STR8_AN94BALLERVoltage limitation / voltage decrease is because the card hits power limit.
STR8_AN94BALLER Voltage limitation / voltage decrease is because the card hits power limit.
ty_ger07STR8_AN94BALLERVoltage limitation / voltage decrease is because the card hits power limit.What is your perf-cap reason? Pwr? If it doesn't say "Pwr", then I disagree.
DeadlyMercuryHuh?Where you getting that results? What voltage and frequency do you observe in the same time? Is that games or some computing?
STR8_AN94BALLER Also is there a way to control all 3 fans at the same time without Precision X1? Afterburner seems to only control the fan closest to the display outputs.
STR8_AN94BALLER App: Benchmarks.
GTXJackBauerSTR8_AN94BALLER Also is there a way to control all 3 fans at the same time without Precision X1? Afterburner seems to only control the fan closest to the display outputs.IIRC, AB can only see 2 fans. PX1 is a must for 3 fan EVGA coolers and ICX sensors.
DeadlyMercurySTR8_AN94BALLER App: Benchmarks. What benchmarks do you using?What OC settings? What voltages and frequencies you are getting?
DeadlyMercuryI think I got that!3dmark (time spy): gaming (+ssaa enabling): So the magic is that this "power limit activated" appears on low levels like 112-114%. You can see it clearly on 2nd screen: my gpu voltage and frequency is constant while powerlimit is registred. And maximum power consumption was about 117%, so no way it actually hit that.The actuall moment when card is getting powerlimited - is when your gpu starts to lower voltage and in that case voltage limit is drops to zero. So on first screen my card wasn't powerlimited through all benchmark proccess - but only in moments when voltagelimit dropped to zero. So you should check actual power consumption of your card and is it voltage limited and what is your gpu voltage and frequency during tests or better gaming.There is no points to flash any bios to your card if you want just play some games and your card is not sitting on powerlimit constantly and you are not interested in world 3dmark records.