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2018/11/20 17:01:43 (permalink)
What 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
Edit : bumping this as I'm about to receive my replacement card and I'd like to see more numbers, especially since it's been another month. Kinda just trying to figure out an average.
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 17:08:27 (permalink)
    Overclocking is so unfair so nothing to compare really! That’s yours.
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 17:11:14 (permalink)
    Also max push +160/1025 Tyme spy 13791

    ...can’t go upper than 2200hz on air
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 17:13:51 (permalink)
    140 and games begin to crash for me :( on oc bios and max voltage. Not getting hot, seems to just be silicon lottery wasn't in my favor this time
    Was really hoping for at least 2.2
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 17:17:54 (permalink)
    I can't even get 900 mem. I do 850 mem, 125 core. But every card is going to vary to be honest, I hit 2100 mhz with just 130 on the core when it runs stable that is. Temps are NOT limiting me. my gpu even under the benchmark and overclocked never goes any higher than the low-mid 60's... It's just simply my memory that refuses to hit 1000 or even 900 which kind of sucks. the core kind of sucks at 125 or 130 but i hit 2100 with that so its not like it matters i guess... But i think i did expect more haha
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 17:23:49 (permalink)
    I get like 2160, occasionally 2175 with +130
    These cards seem odd on this stuff, my 980 ti just stuck where I set it, but this is like overclocking with turbo boost still on on a CPU
    And same here, I expected low 2200s on this
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 17:37:04 (permalink)
    I found that your + core number doesn't always mean higher is better.
    I tweaked around with my numbers significantly and found that there is, at least on my card, a sweet spot where your clocks go high and stay more steady.

    I can take my card to +175 and have seen it hit 2175 or 2180 (cant remember) but my best bench is when I set a +155 and 1200 mem.

    I spent a week tweaking things, including lowering my CPU overclock just a smidge. Doing that helped prevent some of the crashes I was seeing at higher gpu clocks.

    Like I said this may be my card specifically but it's something to look at when trying to get both stable and higher clocks.

    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/17071737

    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/5060821
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 17:40:48 (permalink)
    Heck I was thinking of seeing about oc'ing my cpu a little bit more lol
    My mems doing well though, +1100 and still going up, which is helping a lot as I play in 4k which is more memory dependent
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 17:46:32 (permalink)
    Just got my FTW3, are you guys using normal or OC BIOS? Also are your GPU temps hitting the limit under load?
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 17:49:13 (permalink)
    OC bios, and barely seeing 60c under load, 65 highest. Plenty of temp room, silicon lottery is definitely the limiting factor, cooling is insane
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 17:50:43 (permalink)
    Overclock. But dont just punch in numbers you see on the forums to see if they work for you cause chances are they wont.

    Use the X1 overclock scanner to get a ball park number to use for your initial over clock and work from there.


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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 17:54:06 (permalink)
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    OC bios, and barely seeing 60c under load, 65 highest. Plenty of temp room, silicon lottery is definitely the limiting factor, cooling is insane


    Game load or bench load?

    Also my cpu OC was 5.15, a pretty aggressive OC on a 8700k. I didn't want to raise voltage anymore so settled on a 5.1 ghz.
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 18:01:53 (permalink)
    +800 mem, +100 gpu for most things. Anything higher and games crash. I can get it higher on timespy but not firestrike.
     
    my particular card does well till 2085MHz, sometimes 2100MHz. It crashes once it hits 2115 almost everytime. 
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 18:03:47 (permalink)
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    +800 mem, +100 gpu for most things. Anything higher and games crash. I can get it higher on timespy but not firestrike.
     
    my particular card does well till 2085MHz, sometimes 2100MHz. It crashes once it hits 2115 almost everytime. 


    I'm confused.  If you add +100 to GPU, doesn't that make it 1855MHz?
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 18:13:02 (permalink)
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    +800 mem, +100 gpu for most things. Anything higher and games crash. I can get it higher on timespy but not firestrike.
     
    my particular card does well till 2085MHz, sometimes 2100MHz. It crashes once it hits 2115 almost everytime. 


    I'm confused.  If you add +100 to GPU, doesn't that make it 1855MHz?


     I'm pretty sure it's on top of what the card will auto boost to and the default number on the card for it's "boost clock" is the bare minimum you should expect, etc., every card automatically boosts higher than others, it all depends. I believe anyways. that's why with a +70 someone had 2100mhz. but yet with a 130 I barely get it. 
     
    silicone lottery i guess
     
    On a side note, I know the CPU feeds the gpu information during GFX benchmarks i believe anyways, Since the cpu seems to always send the gpu some kind of data. but whilst you'd get a better score in benchmarks with a nicer cpu, overclocks wouldn't get any help from a better cpu?
     
    I'm running a 6700K  and even if i overclock it, that doesn't help the gpu overclock get any higher. I guess again it's lottery. But could a better cpu like a 9900K provide a more stable enviroment for the gpu so it should theoretically go higher in OC?
    post edited by Nalph - 2018/11/20 18:17:03
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 18:18:23 (permalink)
    GPU cores are not created equal. The +100 is base clocks not boost clocks and every chip 2080 TI FTW3 will have at least a 1755 boost clock at stock clocks.

    Most if not all of the cards boost clocks are higher than the minimal boost clocks that are advertised. Some are much higher.


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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 18:27:39 (permalink)
    Don't just buy the precision x1 scanner numbers. It gave me +149, but I can only pass Fire Strike Extreme stress test with +115.
    Fire Strike for me is doing better than Time Spy in detecting instabilities.
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 18:33:19 (permalink)
    Ah got it.  So if my power target it maxed and I'm bumping my power limit, am I maxed?  If so it's 1995 which is kinda Meh.  I'm trying to lower my voltage to reduce power and see if that helps...
     
    Edit:  interesting I can set a number higher than the 124 allowed by the slider.
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 18:33:22 (permalink)
    Nalph


    On a side note, I know the CPU feeds the gpu information during GFX benchmarks i believe anyways, Since the cpu seems to always send the gpu some kind of data. but whilst you'd get a better score in benchmarks with a nicer cpu, overclocks wouldn't get any help from a better cpu?
     
    I'm running a 6700K  and even if i overclock it, that doesn't help the gpu overclock get any higher. I guess again it's lottery. But could a better cpu like a 9900K provide a more stable enviroment for the gpu so it should theoretically go higher in OC?


    CPU absolutely changes gpu scores.

    EDIT: removed the comparison, that was an RMAd card.
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 18:34:05 (permalink)
    MuXuSS
    Also max push +160/1025 Tyme spy 13791

    ...can’t go upper than 2200hz on air

    Your oc is probably not stable. I have a lower oc in both core and memory but got a higher score. CPU is 2700X.
     
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/5005778
     
    Try testing it using Fire Strike Extreme or Ultra stress test and see if it passes.
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 18:59:20 (permalink)
    +100 on core, +500 on mem max on mine. Core freq stabilizes around 2025mhz. And it's loud as hell, and my temps are not great. I'm getting 75C+ under load on core and almost 95C on two of my VRAM modules.
     
    Pretty disappointed in this card to be honest. Wish I would have went with something cheaper to throw a waterblock on.
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/20 19:09:45 (permalink)
    My results from TS extreme 1.0.  I can't get past power limit... 
     
    6398 with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti(1x) and Intel Core i9-9900K Processor
    Graphics Score 6612

    CPU Score 5407
     
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/21 12:05:03 (permalink)
    Seems 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..
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/22 01:23:22 (permalink)
    Seems like I just got a dud when it comes to OC
    I can barely keep stable at +110, barely even brush 2100mhz
    Pretty disappointed considering most cards hit that and I only forked over the extra for an ftw 3 for oc and my card can barely overclock in comparison to most
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/22 05:02:23 (permalink)
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    Seems like I just got a dud when it comes to OC
    I can barely keep stable at +110, barely even brush 2100mhz
    Pretty disappointed considering most cards hit that and I only forked over the extra for an ftw 3 for oc and my card can barely overclock in comparison to most

    Bear in mind a lot of the high oc you see are not stable. Cards that run above 2100 MHz stable are the lucky few.
    I can run Time Spy with +145 on core. It was even a little below my scanner result. Was it stable? Hell no. I eventually settled at +115.
    It was nice getting a high oc and seeing card occasionally boost to 2130 Mhz and all that, but I don't want my games crash halfway.
    +110 on core is perfectly fine. As long as it's stable, you are good to go.
     
    post edited by ihcfr - 2018/11/22 05:07:03
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/22 08:23:58 (permalink)
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    Seems like I just got a dud when it comes to OC
    I can barely keep stable at +110, barely even brush 2100mhz
    Pretty disappointed considering most cards hit that and I only forked over the extra for an ftw 3 for oc and my card can barely overclock in comparison to most

    Bear in mind a lot of the high oc you see are not stable. Cards that run above 2100 MHz stable are the lucky few.
    I can run Time Spy with +145 on core. It was even a little below my scanner result. Was it stable? Hell no. I eventually settled at +115.
    It was nice getting a high oc and seeing card occasionally boost to 2130 Mhz and all that, but I don't want my games crash halfway.
    +110 on core is perfectly fine. As long as it's stable, you are good to go.
     



    This is correct.  A lot of people boosting about their 'high clocks' aren't stable just because they were stable in one or a few games and or benchmarks while not admitting where they are unstable.  Only a few will get the 'golden chips' while the rest will be in the middle and a few will get bad OCers.  At the end of the day, it's all about the online epeen.  Current benchmarks will eventually be worthless soon.

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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/27 13:00:56 (permalink)
    So what exactly does the OC bios do differently? I also read mixed feedback that the normal bios has a lower power target and OC has 130%. Some people say the 130% is only XC ultra and other reference board cards though. I have my switch on OC but I am not sure what that does. Is it just higher stock clocks then?
     
    I am only doing +100 core and +750 mem right now. Which is giving me 2100ish core, as high as 2115 but usually between 2050 and 2085. 
     
    I have done very little tweaking though. I was just trying to get Timespy Extreme to run to compare it to my 1080ti numbers. It kept crashing on extreme though. Then I cranked the fans up to 100% manual and it made it through. But with my auto fan control and custom fan curves it would just crash or not load up and fail the test. So I am going to try pushing it further this weekend. My temps gaming are 55-60 typically, low 60's tops. 
     
    edit: so the FTW3 has a base power of 300watts, is that true? It looks like Jacob said 373w is the max the FTW3 has for power target, which makes sense then as 300x1.24=372 (close I guess). Still curious if that is only on OC bios or what is different there and if someone could confirm the settings. I am asking as I saw some posts saying that the slider/power target should go to 150% but I don't think that is right as mine goes to 124%. 

    Thanks,
    post edited by murlo26 - 2018/11/27 13:36:15
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/27 21:35:23 (permalink)
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    So what exactly does the OC bios do differently? I also read mixed feedback that the normal bios has a lower power target and OC has 130%. Some people say the 130% is only XC ultra and other reference board cards though. I have my switch on OC but I am not sure what that does. Is it just higher stock clocks then?
     
    I am only doing +100 core and +750 mem right now. Which is giving me 2100ish core, as high as 2115 but usually between 2050 and 2085. 
     
    I have done very little tweaking though. I was just trying to get Timespy Extreme to run to compare it to my 1080ti numbers. It kept crashing on extreme though. Then I cranked the fans up to 100% manual and it made it through. But with my auto fan control and custom fan curves it would just crash or not load up and fail the test. So I am going to try pushing it further this weekend. My temps gaming are 55-60 typically, low 60's tops. 
     
    edit: so the FTW3 has a base power of 300watts, is that true? It looks like Jacob said 373w is the max the FTW3 has for power target, which makes sense then as 300x1.24=372 (close I guess). Still curious if that is only on OC bios or what is different there and if someone could confirm the settings. I am asking as I saw some posts saying that the slider/power target should go to 150% but I don't think that is right as mine goes to 124%. 

    Thanks,


    I heard the difference between oc and normal is only in fan behaviour. If I'm not wrong oc bios has a more aggressive fan curve.
    I do hope oc bios has a higher power limit though, since in benchmarks the card is hitting the power ceiling almost all the time.
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/28 03:30:51 (permalink)
    As far as I can tell the OC BIOS only changes the fan curve to be more aggressive and turns off the 0rpm feature.
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    Re: 2080ti ftw3 overclocking 2018/11/28 04:11:37 (permalink)
    Yeah from all my testing so far my best consistent oc is +1000 on memory and +115 on core clock.  I did squeek out this good test this morning though at +1100 and +120 in time spy extreme but couldn't get it to run again at that oc.  http://www.3dmark.com/spy/5200208  It at least got me inside the top 50 for now in the hall of fame.

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