xblackvalorxWhat are you guys getting? I found +1000mhz mem easy but can't seem to push +150 core even with added voltage and max power limit
xblackvalorxI've actually found that my "low" oc numbers are due to the cards own ability to boost its self. With factory settings I'm usually between 1980-2015With +125 it averages 2115 but can easily ramp to 2185 the highest I've seen is 2210, so now that I've learned about the cards own boosting I've found I'm pretty high up there, was used to my 980ti classified which didn't oc past factory spec on it's own. So I'm at 2210 core max and 7900mhz on memory. Quite happy with the card, 100% stable at these clocks even after hours of gaming at 99% load, ray tracing and syntheticsHighest temp I've seen was 67c on air
jose31hartford+56 on the core and +850 mem is all I can do anything over that will crash my temps is about 75c when I play bf5 my ambient temp is 60f I used asus and msi in the past and this is the first time I seen a gpu going over 60c at 80% fan speed
NalphSeems like most people are able to hit that +1000 and atleast 150 core. I reinstalled windows and what not, and now i can pass TS 1.0 with a 850/140... OC bios on the card and a 4.7 ghz OC on the CPU. Still suprised to see the difference between my run and someone running close to it. (I have been dialing in the OC for nearly a month on and off testing. and this is the best run I could ever get) (I'm nalph obviously)https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/5112951/spy/4613069# I was suprised to see myself getting such a low score compared to others running even less OC's than me... I know it's not accurate I guess as every OC is different. But jesus im far off others with similar specs. and this is the max I could push it to. and the best i have gotten in all the testing. my stock scores tend to be the same result, stock for stock I get less graphics score oddly. even though the stock vs stock scores tend to be lower as well on a basically identical system. But tech support said it's normal..
dwexpressThe switch on the card has the 2 settings for just a minor difference in the bios settings, OC is usually a higher setting as far as the base and boost clocks but in the 2080ti ftw3 the oc bios setting seems to be a different fan curve is all that i can see but i could be wrong. In the 1080ti cards it also allowed for a higher power target as well when using the oc bios.
TahoeDustWhen I put it under water it started to shine for me. Rock solid 100% game stable 2100MHz at under 50c.
petechkaTahoeDustWhen I put it under water it started to shine for me. Rock solid 100% game stable 2100MHz at under 50c.That's sick! Can you share details what parts needed to put it under water?
xblackvalorxYou guys with the high temps must have really bad case airflow. My card is usually barely 60c in games, 67 was the highest I've seen benching at 2210