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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/10/27 15:30:56 (permalink)
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Is this any good?
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Very good clocks.






Alright i thought it was decent. I saw some better have better scores while haveing lower settings i guess higher ramms makes a difference aswell
 

 
 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2019/10/27 15:32:53 (permalink)
120 fps on 4k in cod all on ultra on motion blur disabled. Quite happy with this card to be honest.
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My old evga 980 sli superclocked acx 2.0 also never let me down...
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2020/02/14 14:48:47 (permalink)
Seeing 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? :(

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2020/02/15 06:12:30 (permalink)
Yeah they are picky on what they will do, Folding they get even more funky.  At stock mine will Fold at 1950 all day long, when not folding and in gaming it says it is running at 2075- 2125 depending on the game.  Any overclocking and it screws up Folding and starts crashing work units.  Now the 2080TI Ultra sitting below I can throw a +70 on the core and it will Fold fine all day long and ends up at 1980 on the core.  So silicone lottery.


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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2020/02/20 02:55:16 (permalink)
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Seeing 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? :(

 
Did you get your Hybrid recently? I got another 2080 Ti FTW3 in December last year and have it custom cooled with an EK waterblock. MSI OC Scanner gives me a measly +75 core clock average resulting in 2055-2085MHz at best. I can dial in 2100-2115 manually but as soon as the GPU core reaches 53-55C it's instant crash. Sigh poor performer. My old card was golden. I'm guessing all the highly binned chips are well gone by now... Will hope I get lucky with Nvidia 30 series. 


 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2020/02/20 03:03:49 (permalink)
Do you people find you can generally get a better manual OC than MSI AB or PX1's OC Scanner curves?


 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2020/02/20 03:23:12 (permalink)
I find that Afterburner gives me a better scan result than Precision. I generally cannot push it enough past those results to be worth the instability though, but the results themselves are very stable. Using Afterburner's scan results my clock boost begins at 2070, but then soon after drops down to about 2010 on average. Going anywhere from 1980 to 2050 depending on temperatures. Keeping it below 50c allows me to maintain numbers above 2000, while even 51c or above starts to drop me below the 2k mark. Nvidia's new boost system is far too conservative and cautious of temps than it used to be. The way it starts to drop the clock in the 40s is ridiculous, and forces you to use an overclock to compensate. If you had told me last year that I would need to keep my temps below 50c for good gpu performance, I would have thought you were using an absurd exaggeration, while I laughed in 70c (water cooled) 1080 turbo speeds of an unwavering 2100. I've got two Noctua high static pressure fans coming today, in hopes of reducing those temps even further. I don't foresee much more than a few degrees at best, but it's the absolute best that can be done. I really wish that this card would have come with a 240 rad.
post edited by Jiberish001 - 2020/02/20 03:29:10

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2020/02/20 13:48:39 (permalink)
Try unigine superposition.
It will give you a good read out of all your clocks/ temps etc .
If you really want to up the clocks , do what I did with my FTW3, try different BIOS but only if you have good cooling .

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post edited by spit051261 - 2020/02/20 13:55:05

Mainly a bit of exotic cooling using an ice bucket 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2020/02/23 06:22:56 (permalink)
My 2080ti FTW Ultra can do +150 core / +1300 mem, but that 150 core requires the voltage slider maxed and full fans.  I prefer to run +120 core and +1000 mem with an aggressive fan curve and no added voltage for daily use.  Temps usually rise to around 60C and it seems like the core settles around 2070MHz during prolonged use.
 
This is one of my better timespy runs with +135 / +1300.
edit: won't let me insert a hyperlink since I need more forum posts, the total score was 15838 with a graphics score of 16742.
 
 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2020/02/23 06:41:32 (permalink)
Good figures

Mainly a bit of exotic cooling using an ice bucket 
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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2020/02/23 10:58:37 (permalink)
I got mine to +110/+800 stable for everything. I tried +120 but Overwatch and 3dmark kept crashing.

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Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2020/02/23 12:50:08 (permalink)
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I got mine to +110/+800 stable for everything. I tried +120 but Overwatch and 3dmark kept crashing.


Just posting offsets isn’t very useful and makes comparison difficult. For example, one user may post that he uses a +140 offset but since he’s over 70c the card never clocks that high. Another user may think his card has a problem because he can’t go over +100, but since he can keep his card under 45c it will actually clock higher. To make a fair comparison you really need to know clock speed and temp and even then people can play it loose with what they consider stable.
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