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2018/10/19 13:59:33 (permalink)
Hello,
 
Please share your stable (24/7) 2080 Ti OC results (+Core/+Memory @voltage and Max Power).
Also please state your model and cooling.
 
Thank you!
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2018/10/19 14:23:50 (permalink)
    So far I'm at +120/+1050 with max voltage and power. That translates to averages around 2085 with occasional peaks of 2100 or 2115. This is a 2080Ti XC Gaming on EK block and back-plate.
     
    I tried +130/+1100 but that was a no-go, at least when running 3dmark tests, so 120/1050 looks like my max.
     
    Once I'm done verifying that and running some more benchmarks, I'm going to undervolt and see what I can hit at 1000mV or the next step down (993?) then run some comparisons. I assume the difference will be negligible and if that's the case I'll do what I did with my 1080Ti and run the under-volted curve as my 24/7.


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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2018/12/20 15:37:12 (permalink)
    +40 on the core and +1000 on the ram anything higher on the core i crash in some games like cod4 and btf5 2080 ti FTW3 and i have evga water block on it too i am disappointed that this card does not clock well on the core but memory goes up to +1200 but i am keeping it at +1000 for 24/7 use
    post edited by NDoss - 2018/12/20 15:42:00
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2018/12/20 16:40:11 (permalink)
    2080ti FTW3 +100 Core / +850 Mem, can go 120 core tho.

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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2018/12/20 16:42:13 (permalink)
    FTW3 with a HydroCopper block. +145 on core and +500 memory. Core clock stabilizes at 2100mhz. Temps get to around 47C after a few hours of BFV.
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2018/12/21 10:47:52 (permalink)
    FTW3 SLI +120 core and + 900mem to 3dmark successful
     
    24/7 use on +80core and + 500 mem

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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2018/12/21 12:10:34 (permalink)
    FTW3 on water. I can bench +175 2175 mhz +1300 mem, but its not stable on all benches or games. I mostly use a +149 +1200 mem that hits 2160 mhz and is stable with everything as well, I think any higher the voltage limits start smacking it down.
     
     


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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2018/12/21 15:12:52 (permalink)
    145mhz core and 800mhz memory on aircooling alone for gaming until I put it on watercooling. Bench at 165mhz core and 1000mhz memory for 3DMark.


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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2018/12/21 18:10:49 (permalink)
    +140 core, +800 mem. Max core is 2100 for like 2 seconds than gradually reduces to 2025mhz where it stays solid. im getting 70-75c on a ftw3? I was expecting better temps. Have it in a Thermaltake View case so theres plenty of airflow. Ambient temps arent the best but i was hoping for 60-65 based on what i've read. Also, with fan curve at 100% once it reaches 70c.
     
    The hybrid coolers for the ftw3 cant come quick enough.
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2018/12/22 05:32:30 (permalink)
    +160 on core, +800  on [link=mailto:memory@2160max/7700]memory@2160max/7700[/link] - EVGA ICX  with AIO cooling. 
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2019/09/11 11:04:18 (permalink)
    900 mhz on memroy
    140mhz on core
    xc hybrid 2080ti
    voltage 100
     
    getting 2115mhz .
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2019/09/11 11:15:12 (permalink)
    2080 Ti KPE w EK Supremacy GPU block, +80/2130mhz GPU and +1200 mem 24/7 with core temps under 40c for long gaming sessions. Voltage and power temp slider set to max.
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2019/09/11 11:32:47 (permalink)
    2080 Ti FTW3 ULTRA HYDRO COPPER
    +1100 on Mem (8100mhz) and +115 on the core (runs steady at 2100mhz with some boosts up to 2145mhz)
    It's actually stable for benchmarking at higher speeds, but not for gaming.
     
    Usually gets to about 53C-55C after hours of gaming.
    That's including the same loop cooling my overclocked 9900K.
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2019/09/12 08:57:59 (permalink)
    That’s warm for sure. What size radiator do you run? Is your ambient temp high?
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2019/09/12 09:51:41 (permalink)
    2080 Ti Kingpin Hybrid 
    My 24/7
    +125 Clock = 2160 MHz Note: + 0 clock = 2025 these are binned chips but there not magical. There is a temp / MHz correlation lower temp = higher MHz.
    +1460 Memory = 8460 MHz
    Of course, power and voltage to Max.
    Completely stable with my most difficult / demanding game, Ashes of the Singularity. If i push it higher on this game it will crash back to desktop in mid game.
    here is a pic running Heaven benchmark on these settings.
     


     
    post edited by TwoEvilOne - 2019/09/12 19:01:27

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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2019/09/12 11:52:43 (permalink)
    It’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?
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2019/09/13 13:32:55 (permalink)
    bp7178
    It’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?



    With 0 added clock he's at 2025.  2025+125 = 2150, but these chips only hit 2145 or 2160, so it looks about right.
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2019/09/13 16:15:26 (permalink)
    2080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid with Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM in push/pull. 
     
    +125Mhz yields 2175Mhz, with my max stable bench around +145Mhz for 2205Mhz peak. 
     
    +125Mhz drops to 2130Mhz eventually due to temps reaching 50C. If I had a 240mm AIO or block I'm certain I could easily achieve far better results simply due to temps.  
     
    My Samsung memory goes +1400Mhz for bench, but I typically set it at +800Mhz for daily/gaming.  Very very happy with my FTW3 card. 
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2019/09/13 23:26:34 (permalink)
    2080 Ti KINGPIN Edition, noctua nf-a12x25 in push/pull (1150rpm or so)
     
    Base core clock is 2055mhz.: +105 Core yields 2175(peak), stays stable in every game @2160, +120 yielding 2190 (2175) is stable only under 39C and I usually get 40-42 so it sometimes crashes (full usage in 4k60 and 144hz 1440p). (Bench stable at 2205-2220mhz depends if I can keep the card below 30C for the 2220mhz).
     
    Memory does +1550 for bench, games do 1425 without affecting 1% and 0,1% lows. I use +1000mhz for daily until I finish my custom loop finally (waiting for WB replacement). Could probably do a bit more memory OC if I raised the voltage to 1.45V on memory which I heard is completely fine for samsung chips.ň
     
    note for kingpin users that will read this: Repasted the card with Thermalright TF8 (13.8W/mK) which decreased my temps by almost 4C (closer to 3.5)
    post edited by Mcwrah - 2019/09/13 23:33:09
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2019/09/14 10:33:08 (permalink)
    2160/7000 MHz 24/7 all games
    2205/7000 MHz all games and benchmarks except BFV....
    Asus RTX 2080Ti Strix OC flashed with a RTX 2080Ti FTW3 HC bios.
    Watercooled using a slightly modified EK block
    post edited by Duke4 - 2019/09/14 10:38:24

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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2020/01/05 03:44:58 (permalink)
    I bought RTX2080ti XC Ultra + Corsair HydroX block - Core 2130MHz (stock 1965MHz+165MHz) is stable with about 50C temps. +185MHz is quite stable, but Time Spy crashed once with this. Power limit is increased to max 130% and voltage is stock.
    However, I am not able to overclock memory almost at all; +200MHz is possible with stock core freq, but with overclocked core I am not able tune memory up. Is that normal?
    I replaced thermal pads to Thermal Grizzly Minus Pad8 as Corsair's original ones were a bit suspicious and no pads for VRMs at all.
     
    Is there any mean to check memory or VRM temps on XC Ultra?
     
    Or should I check pad contacts?
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2020/01/06 15:18:12 (permalink)
    2080 ti FTW3 Ultra with an EK block in a full custom loop with 3x360 rads. 

    In my testing, I was able to get a stable +130 core and +1000 memory with no issues. Peak temps maxed around 42c. I probably could have pushed it a bit further but didn't see the point.

    For daily use, I pulled back to +120 core and +800 memory as I find this configuration gives the same gaming performance (2085MHz - 2100MHz consistent) and keeps max temps below 39c, with fan speed nearly silent at 1200rpm, no matter how long I push gaming on ultra level settings with a 3440x1440 monitor.  
    post edited by sn0warmy - 2020/01/06 15:21:10
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2020/02/21 09:44:53 (permalink)
    Hello all,
     
    I recently picked up a 2080 TI XC2 Ultra. I'm new to overclocking current gen cards with the Precision X1 software. I have overclocked everything else at some point.
    I've read the 'manual' for X1 such as it is and watched a couple videos and still am not quite sure if I am getting results within an expected range. I also tried MSI afterburner to see if it correlates with X1. I'm getting 11,500-11,700 on 3Dmark basic, I suspect it is on the low-ish side due to my aged CPU. I have an MSI Tomahawk Max & R5 3600 still in their box for a future weekend project. (side note, my understanding is that currently my gaming performance wouldn't benefit substantially from a 3700X or 3900X unless I needed the cores for productivity purposes, correct?)
     
    On GPU-Z I got Max GPU Clock of 2040MHz and Memory Clock of 2074MHz at max temp of 75 degrees after a "scan" run of Precision X1. I'll upload the screenshot. Does this look ok to everyone?
     
    Thanks! Glad to be here.
     
    EVGA 2080 TI XC2 Ultra
    i7-4770k (delidded + liquid metal) @ 4.5GHz + Noctua D-14 (2 fans push-pull)
    Fractal Define R4 case with 3 case fans at full tilt on a manual fan controller
    Ambient room temp of 75 F (24 C)
     
     
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    EVGA 2080 TI XC2 Ultra
    i7-4770k (delidded) @ 4.5GHz + Noctua D-14 (2 fans push-pull)
    16GB (8x2) of Micron DDR3 @ 1800 MHz C9 (9-10-10-28) CR1
    Fractal Define R4 case with 3 case fans on a manual fan controller
    Ambient room temp of 75F (24C) / side panel removed for benchmarks
    Dell Alienware AW3418DW @ 120Hz (3440x1440)
    XFX XTR 750 Watt PSU (Seasonic)
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2020/02/21 15:26:09 (permalink)
    I posted earlier today and it is not showing up. This is a test post.

    EVGA 2080 TI XC2 Ultra
    i7-4770k (delidded) @ 4.5GHz + Noctua D-14 (2 fans push-pull)
    16GB (8x2) of Micron DDR3 @ 1800 MHz C9 (9-10-10-28) CR1
    Fractal Define R4 case with 3 case fans on a manual fan controller
    Ambient room temp of 75F (24C) / side panel removed for benchmarks
    Dell Alienware AW3418DW @ 120Hz (3440x1440)
    XFX XTR 750 Watt PSU (Seasonic)
    Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC / Misc Linux Distros
     
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2020/02/21 15:39:58 (permalink)
    Arrgh. 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.
     
    post edited by courante - 2020/02/21 15:56:27

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    EVGA 2080 TI XC2 Ultra
    i7-4770k (delidded) @ 4.5GHz + Noctua D-14 (2 fans push-pull)
    16GB (8x2) of Micron DDR3 @ 1800 MHz C9 (9-10-10-28) CR1
    Fractal Define R4 case with 3 case fans on a manual fan controller
    Ambient room temp of 75F (24C) / side panel removed for benchmarks
    Dell Alienware AW3418DW @ 120Hz (3440x1440)
    XFX XTR 750 Watt PSU (Seasonic)
    Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC / Misc Linux Distros
     
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2020/02/21 16:50:22 (permalink)
    courante
    Arrgh. 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.
     




    Pay attention to your GPU score, the 15,775 is really good for an air cooled reference card at those kind of clocks.  You've got a strong card, even if you can't overclock it much more than that.
     
    Boost 4.0 will down clock the card as temps rise, so you may be hitting similar clocks during the run with +128 vs. +100 settings.
     
    Memory speed vs. performance isn't linear, yes faster is better usually but certain speeds are optimal.
     
    The core clock speeds go in 15mhz increments, so it's 90/105/120/135/150 etc.  Thus your settings are really 90 (100) vs. 120 (128).
     
    That res is about 60% of 4K and the 120hz could be a bit demanding.  The card will hit 120fps most of the time but I would expect frequent drops to 100fps, depending on settings.  I would run vsync or a framerate cap to let the card come off max power when it hits the cap, it will keep temps and heat soak down. 
     
    As far as the 3600, it's OK but a fair bit behind higher end options in most cases.  Could bottleneck in some games with poor multi core optimization or lack the outright processing power to sustain over 100fps in high cpu demand games.  It just doesn't have the grunt of a 9900K or a 3900X.  You can get better performance in some games by disabling SMT/Hyperthreading, if you can detect that game is heavily loading 4 threads or less.  But overall I doubt it will be a problem, just cool it well if you're loading it up. 
     
    You might find that setting screen refresh to 100hz with vsync gives you better overall results with some games due to sustained frame rates and reasonable temps, if you don't have freesync/gsync.  Going to have to tweak game settings, not just all max all the time.
    post edited by kevinc313 - 2020/02/21 17:36:10
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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2020/02/21 18:44:58 (permalink)
    My FTW3 Ultra is the same as my old Kingpin, 2130Mhz 24/7. This will pass Time Spy Extreme Stress Test without a problem. Strangely, the Ultra will hit higher clocks than my Kingpin would but they aren't gaming stable. Maybe benchmark stable, but that's likely going to be voltage limited. The the price difference I think the FTW3 Ultra is better card. I think the gem in the lineup is the FTW3 Ultra Hybrid. Dump the AIO and add a GPU only waterblock and enjoy gaming temps easily in the 30c range. IMO, memory and VRM does not need the cooling a full cover block will give. Take the VRM from 60c to 30c won't make a difference, but all that extra heat will cost in the form of higher GPU temps. 

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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2020/02/21 20:48:39 (permalink)
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    I posted earlier today and it is not showing up. This is a test post.


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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2020/02/21 22:43:25 (permalink)
    2295 and 8684
    1675 on memory and 210 on clock .

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    Re: 2080 Ti Stable 24/7 Overclock Results 2020/02/21 22:54:47 (permalink)
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    2295 and 8684
    1675 on memory and 210 on clock .

    How did you get that kind of OC? Chiller + full block?
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