kevinc313bloodpearlIs this any good? 5930k @ 4,4 ghzCrucial Ballistix Sport LT 16Gb (4x4Gb) DDR4 2400MHz GPU : Core clock2.145 MHzMemory bus clock2.088 MHz https://www.3dmark.com/fs/20184483 Very good clocks.
bloodpearlIs this any good? 5930k @ 4,4 ghzCrucial Ballistix Sport LT 16Gb (4x4Gb) DDR4 2400MHz GPU : Core clock2.145 MHzMemory bus clock2.088 MHz https://www.3dmark.com/fs/20184483
Jiberish001Seeing those numbers in the first few pages of this thread makes me quite disappointed in my 2080ti ftw3 hybrid. Almost to the point of wanting to replace it. I've had it less than a month. At first it would run at 1965-1980mhz, with temps always below 60c, but has declined down to 1935-1950mhz with temps tipping over the 60c mark. I've even added a fan to the rad for a push-pull setup and didn't see the slightest bit of gain.The precision app gives me a score of 99 or lower, but when if a push the clock anywhere above a +75 then it isn't stable. I'm using a 9900k that I got lucky with that runs steady at 5.1 with volts under the 1.3 mark. I get even more disappointed when I see what others get in frames. Games like the Witcher and Farcry only hit frames of 85-90, and Red Dead can barely hold the 85 with most of the shadows turned down. 1440p for them all. My native screen resolution. I don't think I'd be able to get 60fps at 4k if I had the display to test.Did I really get that unlucky? How is the premium price of the ti justified if I'm getting numbers expected from the super series? :(
daddyd302I got mine to +110/+800 stable for everything. I tried +120 but Overwatch and 3dmark kept crashing.