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2019/07/09 10:07:52 (permalink)
Hi guys, so I pulled the trigger and got me one of these bad boys. I was like the Agent Smith when I installed it a few days ago, while everyone was talking about AMD and Super. Was really excited untill benching and oc'ing. So just to start the x1 oc scanner gave me a +34?!? A ftw3? Did it again, +34. Ive gotten thru benchmarks with +100 core and +1000 mem. But Shadow of the TR would crash when playing maxed out in 4k.
Also bios is in oc mode. Switched from normal and oc mode with the actual switch, no difference. The one fan is still always on. But i notice regardless of which setting, at 100% fan speed there is a dip and slight whine while the oc scanner is testing/scanning. Is this normal? Isnt this pretty much the best air card? How would i know for sure with what test to show if this card is good or not? Thanks for any incite into this.
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    GTXJackBauer
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    Re: 2080 ti ftw3 help 2019/07/09 10:10:07 (permalink)
    Don't forget, that '+34' is added on a already high clock.  It's completely different if it were a base model with say +50-+100 and higher.  Your model will still clock higher.
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    Re: 2080 ti ftw3 help 2019/07/09 10:14:38 (permalink)
    Thanks for replying. With +34 and +1000 mem, im playing SOTR at about 2025 everything maxed out. Runs cool, (with personal fan curve going to 100% at 60°) but im reading alot of threads of 2100 and everyone getting at least +100. Granted as you said some of them are not Ftw3 but you would figure the better 2080ti of the bunch would oc better no? Just looking for answer to my situation, love this card, just wanna make sure its not a bad apple.
    post edited by SoloFtw - 2019/07/09 10:23:36
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    Re: 2080 ti ftw3 help 2019/07/12 09:01:28 (permalink)
    silicon lottery works in different ways, check to see what is limiting you in benchmarks using a tool like gpu-z. For example, mine gets limited on voltage and i usually play games in the 205-2070 range on the core and +1350 on the memory. I have plenty of thermal and power headroom but it doesn't make a difference 
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    Re: 2080 ti ftw3 help 2019/07/12 09:38:36 (permalink)
    Get the room cold.. run the air conditioning.

    Set all 3 fans to 100% in px1. You can only control all 3 fans with px1. (Afterburner can only co trol the single left GPU fan) Then close it px1.. the fans will continue to use those settings.

    Then open afterburner.. max the power/temp/voltage sliders. Hit the little curve picture to the left of the clock slider. Select the white dot for 1.093v and raise it to desired clock. Try 2160mhz. Then hit control L.. then hit apply to set.

    Test it 3dmark.

    Tweak the core clock up or down by 15mhz and test again. Make sure to leave the memory clock alone till you find the max clock..

    Then raise the mem clock to 2200mhz and then try to climb 50-100 till you see issues. Back the mem off 50-100 for stability.

    The cooler the card the higher the overclocks.

    The best overclocks are possible with a custom water cooled card.. temps down to under 40c

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