bp7178It’s weird that +125 is only getting you 2160mhz. I get that clock speeds with these cards is second to actual performance, I’d just expect a higher clock for +125. Does it start off higher and down clock to 2160mhz?
couranteArrgh. Back to the drawing board! Hello all. I just picked up a 2080 TI XC2 Ultra. This is a huge upgrade from my GTX 750 TI. I wanted to run my benchmark/GPU-Z results past everyone to see if it is within the expected range of performance. I have a rather old CPU () so I am assuming my lower 3Dmark results are due to that. I recently got an R5 3600 + MSI Tomahawk that are still in their boxes for a future weekend project. My understanding is that a 3600 will have similar -gaming- performance as a 3700X or 3900X, though the latter would have significant increases in productivity tasks, correct? And any of them would have a substantial increase in performance to the i7-4770k. I always thought that at high-res (3440x1440) and high refresh rate (120Hz) and ultra graphics quality you end up being limited by GPU rather than CPU .. but I have read some articles that suggest otherwise. I am getting 11,500-11,700 in 3DMark and 2040MHz GPU / 2074 MHz Memory on the 2080 TI with maximum GPU temp of 75 degrees centigrade. Does this sound about right? I tried MSI afterburner and EVGA Precision X1 on separate runs with sliders all the way up (power/temp/voltage) I set my memory to +1200 and GPU to +128 .. didn't seem to make a different compared to memory +900 and GPU +100. Thanks! and good to be here.
couranteI posted earlier today and it is not showing up. This is a test post.
spit0512612295 and 86841675 on memory and 210 on clock .