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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/01/18 17:46:24 (permalink)
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i only do sli testing not individual (at least so far) but ive been able to achieve +1200 memory and +120 core for both cards simultaneously.
I like to game with a little lower clocks though. Usually just set it at +1100 memory and +105 core and leave it be.
But these are water-cooled. Ive seen idle as low as 23c with max temp barely kissing 40c under full continuous load


Hey buddy i am actually deciding to buy a new 2080 ti gpu. I was thinking first about buying the asus rog strix 2080 ti oc. After reading that the evga 2080 ti ftw 3 destroys the asus one in terms of power supply i changed my mind. but reacently I have not found any review that tells how far can you get the gpu core clock speed with the ultimate 374W power limit as well as the memory clock speeds. I have only found people telling that with the latest 374W power limit reached frequences of about 2200mhz. comparing that to the frequences from the asus 2080 ti overclocked surrounding the 2150 mhz with a much lower power limit. then i tought that the difference wasnt that big and that the asus performs way better than the evga. could you please tell me how far can you overclock de core clocks with the latest power limit allowed by evga? yu will help me to do a better buy. Thank you anyways.
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/01/18 21:48:57 (permalink)
Well, my new card isn't even stable at 2115, this is rather disappointing. 2085-2100mhz at best....I know silicon lottery and all that; but I hoped for an extra $300 I'd do better then most black editions...
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/01/18 22:09:33 (permalink)
Went from 2160-2185 stable to 2100 stable
I know it's only like 3% but still, sad to go from winning the silicon lottery to losing
I feel like for an extra $350 the FTW3 should be guaranteed to do better then the very base model
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/01/30 11:37:12 (permalink)
Ok so I was able to get it stable in the Precision Tester at +125 and +1100
 
That being said it would not go above 2140 from +105 to +125
 
THAT being said my best numbers consistently in Heaven Bench were at +115 and +1100  (was stable the whole way through at +125 but the numbers were lower oddly)
 
Odd bit:  As I raised the GPU Core offset Heaven showed the increase to the clock (2295 at +115 and 2310 something forget the exact number) but Precision did not.
 
Did NOT touch the voltage slider at all bit skeered to after I saw the Nvidia video stating it would reduce life.
 
Best scores best min frames and best max for me were at +115 and +1100 so dropped it back to that.
 
I did try +1200 on the memory but it crashed.
 
Now to give it a few days across all games and see if there are any issues.
 
Edit: I forgot max temps were 42c at 125, 40c / 41c at 115  (Hydrocopper)
 
post edited by Nulltime - 2019/01/30 11:39:26
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/01/30 12:03:41 (permalink)
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Ok so I was able to get it stable in the Precision Tester at +125 and +1100
 
That being said it would not go above 2140 from +105 to +125
 
THAT being said my best numbers consistently in Heaven Bench were at +115 and +1100  (was stable the whole way through at +125 but the numbers were lower oddly)
 
Odd bit:  As I raised the GPU Core offset Heaven showed the increase to the clock (2295 at +115 and 2310 something forget the exact number) but Precision did not.
 
Did NOT touch the voltage slider at all bit skeered to after I saw the Nvidia video stating it would reduce life.
 
Best scores best min frames and best max for me were at +115 and +1100 so dropped it back to that.
 
I did try +1200 on the memory but it crashed.
 
Now to give it a few days across all games and see if there are any issues.
 
Edit: I forgot max temps were 42c at 125, 40c / 41c at 115  (Hydrocopper)
 

Heaven shows false highs, precision is correct
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/14 17:51:37 (permalink)
I haven't tried to overclock mine yet but I'm excited because I'm usually lucky in the lottery. I have an i75820k that's 3.3ghz stock that I have stable at 5.4ghz (average is about 4.4) on liquid with a 240mm rad.

I also have a launch gtx 1080fe that I could run stable in EVERYTHING except Capcom games at +330 core and +800 memory and i never had issues with throttling either and it was on it's stock bios with stock blower cooler.

I havent seen anyone post higher settings either for that card and I searched frequently until I replaced it yesterday because I have a 4k display. The new AI overclock only did +120 core which was disappointing lol. Most people would get about +130 core and +400 mem from what I found

So hoping my luck continues and I can get some good numbers out of the 2080ti ftw3 ultra gaming. Of course...I don't really need to overclock it because it's not having any issues with 4k60 on pretty much everything. GTA5 fully maxed at 4k60, 4xMSAA and visual enhancement mods is an absolute dream and I can't wait to play Metro tomorrow!
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/14 23:48:57 (permalink)
Took some time tuning the voltage and frequency but getting 2100 (+153) tweaked the top of the cue to max 2138 so runs consistent now. Memory seems happier with games at +600 benchmarked to +1020 but couldn’t run any games without crashing so took 100 hz off till game crashes went away
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/15 01:07:17 (permalink)
2070, +100, +1200..
post edited by markestamper - 2019/02/16 00:33:06
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/16 00:18:05 (permalink)
I ran the auto scan and let it do its thing. I have no idea what it set itself to and adding anything to it is adding to whatever it had so I wouldn't have a clue what I was actually + since the clock and voltage only show what it's currently running instead of its cap. Anyone want to tell me where I can view what the current caps are for mine? I know my memory is at 7275 or 14550 "effective"... whatever that means. 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/16 00:26:27 (permalink)
Nevermind, hovered over the graph and found it. 
Memory: 14550
Clock: 2070
Voltage: 1243
I'm still using a 6700 k clocked to 4.8 GHz at 1.38 volts though. Highest any of its cores get is 89°.  Hoping the little bastard can last until the next generation Intels come out.  I've got the CPU and GPU on separate radiators.
post edited by rollstroyce - 2019/02/16 00:45:07
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/16 15:54:41 (permalink)
Not sure if i got a very in-efficient card or not, but on a mild overclock im constantly hitting max power on  just +750 mem +50 on gpu and i throttle due to power.  im running hydro copper and highest temp under load i see is 46.   i pass timespy but time spy extreme i only pass without overclock.  others on hydro copper ftw3 got any advice?  im sure not much to be done as my issue is pwr and vrel.
 
im running gigabyte aorus master, and 9900k.
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/16 18:16:58 (permalink)
I've currently got it running stable at +230 core + 700 memory, 150% power and 115% voltage.

Same power and voltage settings as my 1080 oddly enough. I think with more tweaking I can push past where I am on core and memory but not by much.
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/16 18:49:16 (permalink)
When OCing these 2080 Ti cards is it ok to max the voltage slider in Afterburner before running OC scanner? Or should I leave it alone and just do power and temp?

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/16 22:17:41 (permalink)
rollstroyce
Nevermind, hovered over the graph and found it. 
Memory: 14550
Clock: 2070
Voltage: 1243
I'm still using a 6700 k clocked to 4.8 GHz at 1.38 volts though. Highest any of its cores get is 89°.  Hoping the little bastard can last until the next generation Intels come out.  I've got the CPU and GPU on separate radiators.

89° on water? Damn
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/16 23:53:27 (permalink)
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Not sure if i got a very in-efficient card or not, but on a mild overclock im constantly hitting max power on  just +750 mem +50 on gpu and i throttle due to power.  im running hydro copper and highest temp under load i see is 46.   i pass timespy but time spy extreme i only pass without overclock.  others on hydro copper ftw3 got any advice?  im sure not much to be done as my issue is pwr and vrel.
 
im running gigabyte aorus master, and 9900k.




I have the Hydro copper as well and run into the power limit pretty quick as well. I've been playing with the OC'ing curve in Afterburner to try and figure out what voltage/clock combos work on my card. I can only get to 2145Mhz at full voltage of 1.093v. In the normal voltage range (1.050-1.063v) I'm more then stable at 2100Mhz. Wish EVGA would allow those that bought the Hydro Copper from them to have a 400-425 watt power limit over the 373 watt it currently has.
 
Time spy results with latest efforts:
 
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/6267975
 
Chris
post edited by icslowmo - 2019/02/17 00:03:08
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/16 23:57:54 (permalink)
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Not sure if i got a very in-efficient card or not, but on a mild overclock im constantly hitting max power on  just +750 mem +50 on gpu and i throttle due to power.  im running hydro copper and highest temp under load i see is 46.   i pass timespy but time spy extreme i only pass without overclock.  others on hydro copper ftw3 got any advice?  im sure not much to be done as my issue is pwr and vrel.
 
im running gigabyte aorus master, and 9900k.




I have the Hydro copper as well and run into the power limit pretty quick as well. I've been playing with the OC'ing curve in Afterburner to try and figure out what voltage/clock combos work on my card. I can only get to 2145Mhz at full voltage of 1.093v. In the normal voltage range (1.050-1.063v) I'm more then stable at 2100Mhz. Wish EVGA would allow those that bought the Hydro Copper from them to have a 400-425 watt power limit over the 373 watt it currently has.
 
Time spy results with latest efforts:
 
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/6267767 
 
Chris


Shoot I'm on air and would love that. My current card maxes at 2160 and typically runs between 2130 and 2100 in game, but never goes higher then about 64-65c
Wish I could go higher with power target. I've definitely got the thermal headroom.
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/17 00:34:57 (permalink)
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Not sure if i got a very in-efficient card or not, but on a mild overclock im constantly hitting max power on  just +750 mem +50 on gpu and i throttle due to power.  im running hydro copper and highest temp under load i see is 46.   i pass timespy but time spy extreme i only pass without overclock.  others on hydro copper ftw3 got any advice?  im sure not much to be done as my issue is pwr and vrel.
 
im running gigabyte aorus master, and 9900k.




I have the Hydro copper as well and run into the power limit pretty quick as well. I've been playing with the OC'ing curve in Afterburner to try and figure out what voltage/clock combos work on my card. I can only get to 2145Mhz at full voltage of 1.093v. In the normal voltage range (1.050-1.063v) I'm more then stable at 2100Mhz. Wish EVGA would allow those that bought the Hydro Copper from them to have a 400-425 watt power limit over the 373 watt it currently has.
 
Time spy results with latest efforts:
 
http://www.3dmark.com/spy/6267767 
 
Chris


Shoot I'm on air and would love that. My current card maxes at 2160 and typically runs between 2130 and 2100 in game, but never goes higher then about 64-65c
Wish I could go higher with power target. I've definitely got the thermal headroom.



LoL added a little more GPU score (updated link in original post). But My card will not go above 2145 @ 1.093v... crashes everytime….. Increased power limit would allow my card to stay at higher clocks vs power throttling. Highest temps I've seen on my Hydro is about 41-42*C.... At 60-65*C, there is a temp throttle that happens from the reviews I've seen.
 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/17 00:43:31 (permalink)
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Not sure if i got a very in-efficient card or not, but on a mild overclock im constantly hitting max power on  just +750 mem +50 on gpu and i throttle due to power.  im running hydro copper and highest temp under load i see is 46.   i pass timespy but time spy extreme i only pass without overclock.  others on hydro copper ftw3 got any advice?  im sure not much to be done as my issue is pwr and vrel.

im running gigabyte aorus master, and 9900k.




I have the Hydro copper as well and run into the power limit pretty quick as well. I've been playing with the OC'ing curve in Afterburner to try and figure out what voltage/clock combos work on my card. I can only get to 2145Mhz at full voltage of 1.093v. In the normal voltage range (1.050-1.063v) I'm more then stable at 2100Mhz. Wish EVGA would allow those that bought the Hydro Copper from them to have a 400-425 watt power limit over the 373 watt it currently has.

Time spy results with latest efforts:

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/6267767 

Chris


Shoot I'm on air and would love that. My current card maxes at 2160 and typically runs between 2130 and 2100 in game, but never goes higher then about 64-65c
Wish I could go higher with power target. I've definitely got the thermal headroom.



LoL added a little more GPU score (updated link in original post). But My card will not go above 2145 @ 1.093v... crashes everytime….. Increased power limit would allow my card to stay at higher clocks vs power throttling. Highest temps I've seen on my Hydro is about 41-42*C.... At 60-65*C, there is a temp throttle that happens from the reviews I've seen.
 
Chris


Yea temp throttle begins at 55c from what I've seen. It's pretty lame, no real reason to throttle at 55-65°
I could see 70s
I need to get into custom loops but damn water + that much money in electronics scares the crap out of me lol
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/17 00:48:52 (permalink)
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Not sure if i got a very in-efficient card or not, but on a mild overclock im constantly hitting max power on  just +750 mem +50 on gpu and i throttle due to power.  im running hydro copper and highest temp under load i see is 46.   i pass timespy but time spy extreme i only pass without overclock.  others on hydro copper ftw3 got any advice?  im sure not much to be done as my issue is pwr and vrel.

im running gigabyte aorus master, and 9900k.




I have the Hydro copper as well and run into the power limit pretty quick as well. I've been playing with the OC'ing curve in Afterburner to try and figure out what voltage/clock combos work on my card. I can only get to 2145Mhz at full voltage of 1.093v. In the normal voltage range (1.050-1.063v) I'm more then stable at 2100Mhz. Wish EVGA would allow those that bought the Hydro Copper from them to have a 400-425 watt power limit over the 373 watt it currently has.

Time spy results with latest efforts:

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/6267767 

Chris


Shoot I'm on air and would love that. My current card maxes at 2160 and typically runs between 2130 and 2100 in game, but never goes higher then about 64-65c
Wish I could go higher with power target. I've definitely got the thermal headroom.



LoL added a little more GPU score (updated link in original post). But My card will not go above 2145 @ 1.093v... crashes everytime….. Increased power limit would allow my card to stay at higher clocks vs power throttling. Highest temps I've seen on my Hydro is about 41-42*C.... At 60-65*C, there is a temp throttle that happens from the reviews I've seen.
 
Chris


Yea temp throttle begins at 55c from what I've seen. It's pretty lame, no real reason to throttle at 55-65°
I could see 70s
I need to get into custom loops but damn water + that much money in electronics scares the crap out of me lol

Unless, you are trying to make it look better than it really is...
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/17 00:57:52 (permalink)
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Not sure if i got a very in-efficient card or not, but on a mild overclock im constantly hitting max power on  just +750 mem +50 on gpu and i throttle due to power.  im running hydro copper and highest temp under load i see is 46.   i pass timespy but time spy extreme i only pass without overclock.  others on hydro copper ftw3 got any advice?  im sure not much to be done as my issue is pwr and vrel.

im running gigabyte aorus master, and 9900k.




I have the Hydro copper as well and run into the power limit pretty quick as well. I've been playing with the OC'ing curve in Afterburner to try and figure out what voltage/clock combos work on my card. I can only get to 2145Mhz at full voltage of 1.093v. In the normal voltage range (1.050-1.063v) I'm more then stable at 2100Mhz. Wish EVGA would allow those that bought the Hydro Copper from them to have a 400-425 watt power limit over the 373 watt it currently has.

Time spy results with latest efforts:

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/6267767 

Chris


Shoot I'm on air and would love that. My current card maxes at 2160 and typically runs between 2130 and 2100 in game, but never goes higher then about 64-65c
Wish I could go higher with power target. I've definitely got the thermal headroom.



LoL added a little more GPU score (updated link in original post). But My card will not go above 2145 @ 1.093v... crashes everytime….. Increased power limit would allow my card to stay at higher clocks vs power throttling. Highest temps I've seen on my Hydro is about 41-42*C.... At 60-65*C, there is a temp throttle that happens from the reviews I've seen.

Chris


Yea temp throttle begins at 55c from what I've seen. It's pretty lame, no real reason to throttle at 55-65°
I could see 70s
I need to get into custom loops but damn water + that much money in electronics scares the crap out of me lol

Unless, you are trying to make it look better than it really is...

What do you mean?
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/17 05:29:16 (permalink)
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Not sure if i got a very in-efficient card or not, but on a mild overclock im constantly hitting max power on  just +750 mem +50 on gpu and i throttle due to power.  im running hydro copper and highest temp under load i see is 46.   i pass timespy but time spy extreme i only pass without overclock.  others on hydro copper ftw3 got any advice?  im sure not much to be done as my issue is pwr and vrel.
 
im running gigabyte aorus master, and 9900k.




I have the Hydro copper as well and run into the power limit pretty quick as well. I've been playing with the OC'ing curve in Afterburner to try and figure out what voltage/clock combos work on my card. I can only get to 2145Mhz at full voltage of 1.093v. In the normal voltage range (1.050-1.063v) I'm more then stable at 2100Mhz. Wish EVGA would allow those that bought the Hydro Copper from them to have a 400-425 watt power limit over the 373 watt it currently has.
 
Time spy results with latest efforts:
 

 
Chris


Shoot I'm on air and would love that. My current card maxes at 2160 and typically runs between 2130 and 2100 in game, but never goes higher then about 64-65c
Wish I could go higher with power target. I've definitely got the thermal headroom.

Im on water, and would love to be able to run your Air numbers......LOL
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/20 10:27:24 (permalink)
I can only get 1000+ memory, 130+ clock speed and the most I get is 2100Mhz in game. I still have to play around more with it to see how stable it is.

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/02/26 16:18:37 (permalink)
I am stable at 1000 mem, 130 gpu and 105 target power....But I expect my CPU is bottlenecking at this point ( i5-4690k @ 3.7ghz). as regardless if I'm at 800 mem and 110 gpu, my highest is 2085...At least in shadow of the tomb raider test.
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/03/07 23:16:02 (permalink)
I briefly hit 2100Mhz in Time Spy (literally 2-3 seconds) but could not sustain it. Did I lose the silicon lottery? 


 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/03/07 23:25:52 (permalink)
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I briefly hit 2100Mhz in Time Spy (literally 2-3 seconds) but could not sustain it. Did I lose the silicon lottery? 

Little bit, but only by like 45-60
With a few insane 2200+s under water
I've seen way worse
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/03/07 23:40:26 (permalink)
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I briefly hit 2100Mhz in Time Spy (literally 2-3 seconds) but could not sustain it. Did I lose the silicon lottery? 

Little bit, but only by like 45-60
With a few insane 2200+s under water
I've seen way worse

Actually I was more like 2040-2070Mhz, I could not sustain 2100Mhz. Not sure if that's just Time Spy, will need to see what I get in games. Waiting for my ultrawide monitor to get back to me. 


 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/03/09 02:47:49 (permalink)
So this is where I'm at:
 
Power, temp and voltage at max.
 
Clock + 130
Memory + 900
https://www.3dmark.com/spy/6504750
 
https://benchmark.unigine.com/results/rid_51c1f3544eda40e1b9eb32eae8e5493e
 
 
 

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/03/09 02:52:27 (permalink)
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Went from 2160-2185 stable to 2100 stable
I know it's only like 3% but still, sad to go from winning the silicon lottery to losing
I feel like for an extra $350 the FTW3 should be guaranteed to do better then the very base model



This is about what I'm seeing with my FTW3, 2055-2100Mhz. Heaven crashes when I enter anything more than +130 on the core. I'd say this is likely a thermal thing and GPU boost (4.0?) Put it on water and you might hold 2200??


 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/03/09 02:53:30 (permalink)
spye435
So this is where I'm at:
 
Power, temp and voltage at max.
 
Clock + 130
Memory + 900
https://www.3dmark.com/spy/6504750
 
https://benchmark.unigine.com/results/rid_51c1f3544eda40e1b9eb32eae8e5493e
 
 
 




Lol, that's exactly where I'm at! Can't seem to get any further than +130... Well done!


 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/03/09 06:00:22 (permalink)
On my 2080 Ti Ftw3 Ultra Gaming, I've offset Mem +1000 and core +100 this is stable across all games and benchmarks, If I go higher with core it's unstable. So far the boost Clock reaches 2040 Mhz, which is kinda disapointing. I'm waiting to get the hydrocopper blocks and hope that the boost gets a little bit higher.

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