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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/23 20:11:09 (permalink)
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I got 160 on core and 1400 on men stable but card will not go past 2115. Anyone know why?


Get her below 40c and it will be a different card.

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/23 21:15:42 (permalink)
How did you change volts? I'm using afterburner I have all the sliders max
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/23 21:17:22 (permalink)
See what I can do about getting her below 40c. That's gonna be tuff
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/23 21:53:10 (permalink)
I have thermal grizzly minus pads 2mm. Think adding those will make a difference in temps?
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/23 22:04:19 (permalink)
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I have thermal grizzly minus pads 2mm. Think adding those will make a difference in temps?



Careful using any pad because the pads used for the GPU are spec'd for a particular size. 

Getting under 40c for any high end GPU is a mission and a half.  Some might if they have a golden chip that doesn't need that high voltage and great cooling while others well, you're getting close to freezing your tush off mode before you enter the sub ambient space.  Let's not forget, you'll spend a fortune for diminishing returns while trying to get every lil bit of .1 degree out of your cooling loop.  Get your ambient room temp under 20c-25c and you could probably achieve that with a again presumably speaking, high end custom loop.

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/23 22:14:12 (permalink)
I talked with EVGA numerous times about the pad size. It is 2 mm. I just have some laying around so thought about trying it.
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/23 23:56:38 (permalink)
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I talked with EVGA numerous times about the pad size. It is 2 mm. I just have some laying around so thought about trying it.



 

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/24 00:34:11 (permalink)
I know someone had done a lot of work finding out the correct spec thermal pads for the 2080 Ti FTW3 but I can't find the bookmark. Anyone have it?


 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/24 00:52:32 (permalink)
Jacob at EVGA told me 2mm. And he is correct.
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/24 01:00:23 (permalink)
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Jacob at EVGA told me 2mm. And he is correct.



For every pad? Any particular card or all cards?


 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/24 01:57:59 (permalink)
He told me 2mm for the FTW3 hybrid 2080ti. That's what I bought and they fit. Same size
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/24 04:54:32 (permalink)
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How did you change volts? I'm using afterburner I have all the sliders max



Within MSI Afterburner open the settings screen and under "compatibility properties" enable the following settings; unlock voltage control, unlock voltage monitoring, and force constant voltage. Now set the Core Voltage slider to max and that Power Limit to max. Next to the core clock adjuster you will see three little white lines if you click on those white lines it will open the Voltage/Frequency Curve Editor. Once you have the curve editor open you can click on the individual dots and adjust the core frequency at a given voltage. After adjusting the frequency with the dot at 1.093v selected hit "ctrl + L" this should create a yellow line on the curve editor indicating that the voltage is locked at 1.093v. Locate the dot that has a voltage ratting of 1.093v and increase the core frequency of that dot and you should see your voltage jump to 1.093v.
 
Adjusting the GPU in this manner is a delicate balancing act... as you increase voltage you increase power consumption... as power consumption hits the max limit the boost frequency drops. Also increasing the voltage will result in higher temperatures which may result in an unstable OC or possibly even a lower OC due to cooling.  
 
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I am not really sure if you actually have to enable the "force constant voltage" setting or hit "ctrl + L" to lock the voltage... While I have not tested it yet I am not 100% sure those settings are actually doing anything, so you may want to play around with it. 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/24 05:13:21 (permalink)
I can get about +120 core and +1200 Memory, but that's it..and frankly I don't care...It plays the games I want at the FPS I like..at stock..so I'm good with what I have
 

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/24 05:31:11 (permalink)
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I can get about +120 core and +1200 Memory, but that's it..and frankly I don't care...It plays the games I want at the FPS I like..at stock..so I'm good with what I have
 




This... agree 100%. I have not put a lot of time into overclocking my GPU simply because what is the point? When I am already sitting at 120+ FPS on ultra settings @ 1440p does it really make a difference? Unless you are gaming at 4k (which I would not recommend) I believe it will be at least another 2 years until overclocking is truly needed for the 2080ti.

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/05/31 08:31:42 (permalink)
Just got my 2080 ti ftw3 hybrid, upgraded from an XC Ultra
 
My XC Ultra had a better chip, I could hold 2070-2055 into +70 degrees (on air obviously). But its memory overclocking sucked, it would start artifacting after ~+700. It has micron chips
 
The ftw3 holds similar clocks on the core 2070-2055, but temps have been maxing out at about 61 degrees. Was hoping to be hitting 2100mhz at least but, the memory makes up for it, as it is stable at ~+1400mhz (Samsung chips).
 
I game at +120 / +1350 without issue. I plan on maybe switching out the fan / getting 2 to try and get it stable at 2100mhz. The pump is a little annoying but not ruining my life
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/06/05 19:20:17 (permalink)
Pretty happy with mine on air - screamn' fast, stable, and great temps.
 
Achieved with *+135 Core, +1350 Mem (Samsung), 110% Power Limit, & 84c Temperature Limit.                                           
Card rarely crests beyond 60C under load.
 
*Mem & Core will OC further and remain stable, however performance degrades subsequent resultant of heat penalty.

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/06/05 20:18:35 (permalink)
Since I've more or less dialed this card in at 2175/8200 on the FTW3 Ultra Hybrid.
 
Before and After....not in that order though I think.
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/06/06 18:43:11 (permalink)
Best way to test for stable overclocks is to run the Unreal Engine RTX reflections star wars demo. I have tested various programs but one problem is they don't utilize all parts of the chip, i.e. the RTX cores aren't being stressed too. 
 
Heaven/firestrike loop are good to find a base. Then run reflections demo and keep lowering until it stops crashing.
 
What ever runs stable in reflections demo hasn't produced one crash for me in various games and long gaming sessions, same goes with BFV and rtx features enabled.
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/06/08 15:35:08 (permalink)
The RT benchmarks are a good test of stability - I like 3dMark Port Royal.

 
 
 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/09/07 08:51:12 (permalink)
Could not manage to passe Firestrike with more than 1000 on memory and 100 core with power limit to 124%
am I missing something?


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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/09/07 09:24:47 (permalink)
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Could not manage to passe Firestrike with more than 1000 on memory and 100 core with power limit to 124%
am I missing something?





Is your MB, CPU or RAM OC ?
 
Running separate PCIe cables from PSU to Each GPU port ?
 
What OC do you See with +0 on your GPU ?
 
Temps ?  room, CPU, GPU
 
All fans Max - including case fans ?

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/09/07 09:37:17 (permalink)
Running a 8086K at 4.8 / 1.24vcore
Separate cables yes
Ram is Trident Z 3466 Mz.
All fans were at max, case is h500m and temps on GPU were around 60c during Fstrike

Does not feel like good results I don't understand



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post edited by Asryan - 2019/09/07 09:40:43

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/09/07 09:42:59 (permalink)
Very Nice Graphics scores
 
Are you doing a Clean Boot ?  (no idea what is running in the background)
 
Did you turn Off Xbox -DVR (MS turns On by default)
 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/09/07 09:54:17 (permalink)
Oh that is a good score?
 
Ah i'll look into it

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/09/07 15:47:01 (permalink)
[+theres meant to be a quoted post in here but it keeps disappearing!]

Any particular reason you're only setting a 110% power limit?

I automatically set mine to the full 124% assuming that would be the best way to get max oc potential. (I'm on +110/+1000)
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/09/07 23:26:14 (permalink)
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[+theres meant to be a quoted post in here but it keeps disappearing!]

Any particular reason you're only setting a 110% power limit?

I automatically set mine to the full 124% assuming that would be the best way to get max oc potential. (I'm on +110/+1000)



It's allowing him to keep it under 60C on air and get sky high core clocks - 2205 mhz peak.
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/09/09 06:19:33 (permalink)
The highest I can get mine stable for gaming is 8100 (+1100) on the Mem, and the GPU usually sits at 2100 (+115), with small jumps up to 2145.
It never goes above 54C. 
 
So wish it wasn't artificially power limited. 
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