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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 06:35:30 (permalink)
If you want to have the max fans speeds available for the stock fans that come on the radiator and vrm cooling you can always flash the LN2 bios to the OC bios position that would give you the full rpm feature available for the vrm and radiator fans but maintain the temperature monitoring as well.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 08:18:27 (permalink)
The OLED will become useless if you MSI Afterburner.
You should not treat this K|NGP|N Graphics Card as if it is an FTW3 Graphics Card.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 08:34:38 (permalink)
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The Px1 0.3.15.0 icx firmware update for the kingpin card seems to have the fan ranges switched between the rad fans and pump.  The fans wouldn't go over 1200rpm after the update and cant go under 900rpm (50%).  Then I noticed it was possible to run the pump at 2400rpm, before was 2200rpm.  pro tip, dont run the pump at 0... ;)
 
I popped the kingpin back on the X299 Dark and connected the rad fans to a separate controller to get 1800rpm back. System ram is at 4200cl16 dual channel, I slowed trfc from 280 to 320. Oh also changed the gpu pcie power cables for new ones just to be sure. All that netted +110 points in Port Royal.
 
clocks 2205/+1460
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https://www.3dmark.com/compare/pr/80026/pr/79742 Seems 9585 is my max for now.
 
When I update PX1 uninstalled the old version and also I do not install LED Sync.
I then delete the Folder (in Bold) under C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Local\EVGA_Co.,_Ltd
I then delete the Folder (in Bold) under C:\Program Files\EVGA\Precision X1
I even go as far as deleting any Precision X1 and WinRing0 from the Registry.
Then restart the PC and install the new version, Do not Start PX1 but Restart the PC.
Then start PX1 allow any Firmware Updates, then I shut down and Power Off the PSU and Monitor for a few minutes.
Then back to Overclocking.
 
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 08:37:49 (permalink)
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I see four kingpins listed on ebay now. 
Note: One listing has two available.


Yep, super annoying. So much for the "One Per Household" messaging on the checkout page. EVGA should have, at the minimum, actually prevented buyers from adding more than 1 per checkout. Adding this hurdle would have forced these resellers to make a second purchase (and an additional hit on their credit card) in order to obtain a second one. This extra action may have helped prevent them from hitting Ebay at these absurd prices. It also would have freed up a few extra units for those of us who were unable to make their purchase within the first 8 hours of launch.

Sadly, my return window to Micro Center has now passed, so even if they release more, my purchase window is closed. Oh well...


Man I missed my window on the 11th as well to return my ftw3. I knew the power limit was everything. Last night I was testing my card some more trying to bench extreme without hitting the power limit..

Here I find out my card benching at 2145 is almost 500 points faster then 2190!

So their is proof how a power limit trashes your scores! 18700+ I scored at 2145/8450. 18300+ at 2190mhz. :/

I'm like thinking of boxing it up and storm the store and see if the manager will let me return it.. well call first.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 08:44:22 (permalink)
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The Px1 0.3.15.0 icx firmware update for the kingpin card seems to have the fan ranges switched between the rad fans and pump.  The fans wouldn't go over 1200rpm after the update and cant go under 900rpm (50%).  Then I noticed it was possible to run the pump at 2400rpm, before was 2200rpm.  pro tip, dont run the pump at 0... ;)
 
I popped the kingpin back on the X299 Dark and connected the rad fans to a separate controller to get 1800rpm back. System ram is at 4200cl16 dual channel, I slowed trfc from 280 to 320. Oh also changed the gpu pcie power cables for new ones just to be sure. All that netted +110 points in Port Royal.
 
clocks 2205/+1460
Port Royal - 9807
3dmark.com/3dm/35455503



https://www.3dmark.com/pr/80026
https://www.3dmark.com/compare/pr/80026/pr/79742 Seems 9585 is my max for now.
 
When I update PX1 uninstalled the old version and also I do not install LED Sync.
I then delete the Folder (in Bold) under C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Local\EVGA_Co.,_Ltd
I then delete the Folder (in Bold) under C:\Program Files\EVGA\Precision X1
I even go as far as deleting any Precision X1 and WinRing0 from the Registry.
Then restart the PC and install the new version, Do not Start PX1 but Restart the PC.
Then start PX1 allow any Firmware Updates, then I shut down and Power Off the PSU and Monitor for a few minutes.
Then back to Overclocking.
 




It didn't seem to mess up my fans after the update.
post edited by dwexpress - 2019/04/17 09:12:07

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 09:09:31 (permalink)
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The OLED will become useless if you MSI Afterburner.
You should not tread this K|NGP|N Graphics Card as if it is an FTW3 Graphics Card.


Not really. I’ve been using Afterburner a bit and I can still set the OLED settings differently. Not like it really matters anyway as the monitoring clocks are still stuck at idle when Afterburner shows me actual clocks under load.

That and PX1 is still buggy and resets all of my settings when I shut my PC down. Clearly even the updates version has issues. I haven’t tried a cleaning and fresh install of the newest version yet but I will.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 09:31:46 (permalink)
I can overclock higher with ab over px1 on my ftw3. Scanner shows max overclock of like 2140? +120. Yet in ab I'm clocking at 2190 stable and 2205 at times.. benching.

Dont make sense. In ab hit curve and grab 1.093v dot and jack it up to the clock I want and hit Control + L and hit apply. Test.

Do the same in px1 and it will lock up durring benching.

So if I had a kingpin.. that's what I'd be doing.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 09:33:29 (permalink)
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The OLED will become useless if you MSI Afterburner.
You should not tread this K|NGP|N Graphics Card as if it is an FTW3 Graphics Card.


Not really. I’ve been using Afterburner a bit and I can still set the OLED settings differently. Not like it really matters anyway as the monitoring clocks are still stuck at idle when Afterburner shows me actual clocks under load.

That and PX1 is still buggy and resets all of my settings when I shut my PC down. Clearly even the updates version has issues. I haven’t tried a cleaning and fresh install of the newest version yet but I will.

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One issue with Classified for daily or gaming use is that Classified doesn't save profiles.  Anything set by Classified that can't be set by another tool will have to be inserted manually at every boot.
 
Droop and core voltage can be set to some extent by switches on the back of the board.  I don't know of any tool other than Classified that can set Droop, so that may be a good use of the switches if needed for a profile.

I think that is a good thing, you really should only be using the Classified Tool for Benchmarking and Not for Every Day Use and Not for Gaming.
Use PX1 for Every Day Use and Gaming.
For Anti PX1 Users  that use MSI Afterburner just note that the OLED will not work using MSI Afterburner.


But my OLED works perfectly fine when using Afterburner? I can just set the OLED settings separately. I still have a bug that doesn’t display the correct clocks under load but other than that mine works fine with Afterburner. Live temperature readings are accurate between the two as well.

The only feature that is not working on the Cards OLED is the Pump RPM showing 0. This is really the Fan RPM on the Radiator
All others to include the Clock Speeds Matches what AIDA64 Extreme is showing on my Z10 LED.
 
So you are then Running XP1 and MSI Afterburner at the same time then.
 
From https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/
EVGA Logo  PX1 Fixed image
Kingpin Logo  PX1 Fixed image
GPU and memory frequency  PX1 reporting value
VRM board temperature sensors  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
Memory board temperature sensors  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
Voltage monitor, GPU and memory  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
Voltage monitor, PEXVDD and +1.8V  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
Voltage monitor, +5V and +3.3V  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
2-line text message  PX1 OLED message
3-line text message  PX1 OLED message
3D application frame rate (reported by PX1 OSD)  PX1 and OSD must be running *
*This I do not use in PX1.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 09:39:08 (permalink)
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The only feature that is not working on the Cards OLED is the Pump RPM showing 0.
All others to include the Clock Speeds Matches what AIDA64 Extreme is showing on my Z10 LED.
 
So you are then Running XP1 and MSI Afterburner at the same time then.
 
From https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/
EVGA Logo  PX1 Fixed image
Kingpin Logo  PX1 Fixed image
GPU and memory frequency  PX1 reporting value
VRM board temperature sensors  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
Memory board temperature sensors  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
Voltage monitor, GPU and memory  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
Voltage monitor, PEXVDD and +1.8V  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
Voltage monitor, +5V and +3.3V  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
2-line text message  PX1 OLED message
3-line text message  PX1 OLED message
3D application frame rate (reported by PX1 OSD)  PX1 and OSD must be running *
 
*This I do not use in PX1.
 


No I’m not. I don’t have PX1 running in the background because it is a huge resource hog. I use Afterburner with PX1 completely closed.

Even if I only have PX1 open, the clocks on the OLED DO NOT display correctly.

PX1 is still super buggy and is resetting all of my OC settings with every shut down. Clearly there are still issues.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 09:40:21 (permalink)
as stated previously, if you have a FTW card, start your own thread.  Thread topic pertains to kingpin

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 10:04:38 (permalink)
i managed to hit HOF #25 Score 18523  Port Royal with this run. http://www.3dmark.com/pr/80218 
+120 Core and +1240 Memory    Classifid Tool at NVVDD 1.10625  FBVDD 1.40625  
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 10:07:06 (permalink)
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The only feature that is not working on the Cards OLED is the Pump RPM showing 0.
All others to include the Clock Speeds Matches what AIDA64 Extreme is showing on my Z10 LED.
 
So you are then Running XP1 and MSI Afterburner at the same time then.
 
From https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/
EVGA Logo  PX1 Fixed image
Kingpin Logo  PX1 Fixed image
GPU and memory frequency  PX1 reporting value
VRM board temperature sensors  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
Memory board temperature sensors  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
Voltage monitor, GPU and memory  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
Voltage monitor, PEXVDD and +1.8V  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
Voltage monitor, +5V and +3.3V  PX1 setting, Hardware reporting
2-line text message  PX1 OLED message
3-line text message  PX1 OLED message
3D application frame rate (reported by PX1 OSD)  PX1 and OSD must be running *
 
*This I do not use in PX1.

No I’m not. I don’t have PX1 running in the background because it is a huge resource hog. I use Afterburner with PX1 completely closed.

Even if I only have PX1 open, the clocks on the OLED DO NOT display correctly.

PX1 is still super buggy and is resetting all of my OC settings with every shut down. Clearly there are still issues.

I turned off all the OLED in PX1 (Black Screen Now) and I am going to install MSI Afterburner and see how it goes.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 10:08:41 (permalink)
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as stated previously, if you have a FTW card, start your own thread.  Thread topic pertains to kingpin


I'll say it again my message pertained to help kingpin owners! Geese. Shaking head.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 10:12:38 (permalink)
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as stated previously, if you have a FTW card, start your own thread.  Thread topic pertains to kingpin


I'll say it again my message pertained to help kingpin owners! Geese. Shaking head.


Your comment is relevant in my opinion as there definitely are quirks between the two pieces of software.

Can you give me a rundown of how to reach an OC with the VF curve or whatever in Afterburner? I’m not sure where I need to be in order to fiddle with my settings in that manner.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 10:15:16 (permalink)
I havent tried MSI afterburner although i do use it because its OSD is much better than evgas. Don't get me wrong the 2080 Ti KPE build quality is damn amazing but Im having second thoughts. I'm overlocking and stressing with games since last week and I cant get a stable oc. I feel like it should hit +125 on the core and +1300 on the mem easily but that's not the case. Also, is everybody just testing with 3dmark for highest score/stability and not running actual games for a few hours to see if it crashes?
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 10:22:47 (permalink)
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I havent tried MSI afterburner although i do use it because its OSD is much better than evgas. Don't get me wrong the 2080 Ti KPE build quality is damn amazing but Im having second thoughts. I'm overlocking and stressing with games since last week and I cant get a stable oc. I feel like it should hit +125 on the core and +1300 on the mem easily but that's not the case. Also, is everybody just testing with 3dmark for highest score/stability and not running actual games for a few hours to see if it crashes?


What you’re experiencing is to be expected I think because my card is the same way. I can really push hard when benching but I have to dial things back for total stability in games. It’s just how it is I think. Game engines can be finicky.

Mine is at +950 memory and +90 core and stability is good so far. Pushing core clocks higher doesn’t really change effective clocks under full gaming loads. The big difference between this card and others is that the clocks literally don’t fluctuate at all. That and the inherently better memory overclocks compared to other cards, even if you do have to back them off a bit.

I’m going to try OC scanner tonight and see what I get.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 10:26:51 (permalink)
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I havent tried MSI afterburner although i do use it because its OSD is much better than evgas. Don't get me wrong the 2080 Ti KPE build quality is damn amazing but Im having second thoughts. I'm overlocking and stressing with games since last week and I cant get a stable oc. I feel like it should hit +125 on the core and +1300 on the mem easily but that's not the case. Also, is everybody just testing with 3dmark for highest score/stability and not running actual games for a few hours to see if it crashes?


What you’re experiencing is to be expected I think because my card is the same way. I can really push hard when benching but I have to dial things back for total stability in games. It’s just how it is I think. Game engines can be finicky.

Mine is at +950 memory and +90 core and stability is good so far. Pushing core clocks higher doesn’t really change effective clocks under full gaming loads. The big difference between this card and others is that the clocks literally don’t fluctuate at all. That and the inherently better memory overclocks compared to other cards, even if you do have to back them off a bit.

I’m going to try OC scanner tonight and see what I get.



When i do the 3d mark i run a test at least 4 times on the same settings, if your running stable the scores should be in a small margin, if your scores are jumping more then about 50 each time there is to much fluctuation in my book. Mine seems to be the most stable at +120 and +1240 for the best-constant score range and just slight bump in voltages in the classified tool. It also seems to me that the best way to dial in your turing cards is to do it on the port royal test, once dialed in good there then go to the other tests like time spy extreme, firestrike, fire strike extreme. Of course this is only my opinion and what seems to have worked for me in best overall performance.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 10:39:55 (permalink)
Any word on when stock may be back for the US? I missed the window :/
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 10:53:02 (permalink)
OC scanner with PX1 always gives me a 90.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 11:09:03 (permalink)
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OC scanner with PX1 always gives me a 90.

OC Scan 14 gives me 92% and 15 100%

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 11:13:56 (permalink)
"I turned off all the OLED in PX1 (Black Screen Now) and I am going to install MSI Afterburner and see how it goes."
No OLED Items worked once Turned Off under PX1 and none where in MSI Afterburner that I can turn back on.
What is not showing without PX1 running is the GPU Usage %, the GPU Voltage,  and the GPU MHz.
The Fans and all the Temperature show without PX1 Running.
But I did test MSI Afterburner and did not care for it and removed it and went back to using PX1.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 11:27:28 (permalink)
Mine said 120%.. no idea what that number means.. had no idea what to do once it was done either.. like is that curve set or what?

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 11:28:54 (permalink)
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"I turned off all the OLED in PX1 (Black Screen Now) and I am going to install MSI Afterburner and see how it goes."
No OLED Items worked once Turned Off under PX1 and none where in MSI Afterburner that I can turn back on.
What is not showing without PX1 running is the GPU Usage %, the GPU Voltage,  and the GPU MHz.
The Fans and all the Temperature show without PX1 Running.
But I did test MSI Afterburner and did not care for it and removed it and went back to using PX1.


PX1 does not need to be running in order for the OLED monitoring to work. There is clearly still a bug with the active clock displays as all other metrics still work as intended with the OLED. I have zero actual confirmation that my fan curves are actually working so I’m tempted to just connect my fans to my fan controller and see what happens. I’d bet that the fans actually ramp up as they’re supposed to. They just don’t seem to be cooling as much as they should.

PX1 is unusable at this point for me because it will not save any settings after a restart or a shutdown. Ever. Everything sticks in Afterburner. But I need to confirm tonight. In the meantime - can we get a fix for this very obvious bug with PX1?

PX1 is also an insane resource hog compared to Afterburner and it sucks 10% of my CPU allocation every time it’s open. Shouldn’t be happening.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 11:33:42 (permalink)
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"I turned off all the OLED in PX1 (Black Screen Now) and I am going to install MSI Afterburner and see how it goes."
No OLED Items worked once Turned Off under PX1 and none where in MSI Afterburner that I can turn back on.
What is not showing without PX1 running is the GPU Usage %, the GPU Voltage,  and the GPU MHz.
The Fans and all the Temperature show without PX1 Running.
But I did test MSI Afterburner and did not care for it and removed it and went back to using PX1.


PX1 does not need to be running in order for the OLED monitoring to work. There is clearly still a bug with the active clock displays as all other metrics still work as intended with the OLED. I have zero actual confirmation that my fan curves are actually working so I’m tempted to just connect my fans to my fan controller and see what happens. I’d bet that the fans actually ramp up as they’re supposed to. They just don’t seem to be cooling as much as they should.

PX1 is unusable at this point for me because it will not save any settings after a restart or a shutdown. Ever. Everything sticks in Afterburner. But I need to confirm tonight. In the meantime - can we get a fix for this very obvious bug with PX1?

PX1 is also an insane resource hog compared to Afterburner and it sucks 10% of my CPU allocation every time it’s open. Shouldn’t be happening.

Some do https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/#oledski
I have no issues saving Profiles, Setting them and changing them, I do not set PX1 to Start with the OS.
I also do not use the OSD in PX1 and I am not seeing High CPU Usage on PX1.
 

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 11:33:48 (permalink)
Like I said in afterburner.. set power/temp/voltage up max.. hit enter. Then open up the curve.. control key + F. Then select the voltage you want to use for your max overclock. So select the dot on the curve for 1.093v and move it up to the clock you want to try. Then hit control L. A yellow line will show up on that point. Hit enter/apply in AB.

Leave memory alone at default till you find a stable overclock that passes 3dmark.

Then when that's all set go back and add a memory overclock. Keep testing till the mem overclock locks up in 3dmark. Then just back down either the core clock a step or 2 with max mem clock or just lower the mem eith max core clock.. but with kingpin prob the sky os the limit so max core and mem clock.


Just setting my known overclock in px1 or ab in the core box wont be stable.. so say +170.. that will freeze. Unless I do it the way above.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 11:40:43 (permalink)
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"I turned off all the OLED in PX1 (Black Screen Now) and I am going to install MSI Afterburner and see how it goes."
No OLED Items worked once Turned Off under PX1 and none where in MSI Afterburner that I can turn back on.
What is not showing without PX1 running is the GPU Usage %, the GPU Voltage,  and the GPU MHz.
The Fans and all the Temperature show without PX1 Running.
But I did test MSI Afterburner and did not care for it and removed it and went back to using PX1.


PX1 does not need to be running in order for the OLED monitoring to work. There is clearly still a bug with the active clock displays as all other metrics still work as intended with the OLED. I have zero actual confirmation that my fan curves are actually working so I’m tempted to just connect my fans to my fan controller and see what happens. I’d bet that the fans actually ramp up as they’re supposed to. They just don’t seem to be cooling as much as they should.

PX1 is unusable at this point for me because it will not save any settings after a restart or a shutdown. Ever. Everything sticks in Afterburner. But I need to confirm tonight. In the meantime - can we get a fix for this very obvious bug with PX1?

PX1 is also an insane resource hog compared to Afterburner and it sucks 10% of my CPU allocation every time it’s open. Shouldn’t be happening.

Some do https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/#oledski
I have no issues saving Profiles, Setting them and changing them, I do not set PX1 to Start with the OS.
I also do not use the OSD in PX1


Well I guess I’m wrong about the active clocks then.

That said my settings will NOT stay active in PX1 if I exit and then shutdown for example. Haven’t tried a profile yet but I don’t know if that’s why.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 11:52:06 (permalink)
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"I turned off all the OLED in PX1 (Black Screen Now) and I am going to install MSI Afterburner and see how it goes."
No OLED Items worked once Turned Off under PX1 and none where in MSI Afterburner that I can turn back on.
What is not showing without PX1 running is the GPU Usage %, the GPU Voltage,  and the GPU MHz.
The Fans and all the Temperature show without PX1 Running.
But I did test MSI Afterburner and did not care for it and removed it and went back to using PX1.


PX1 does not need to be running in order for the OLED monitoring to work. There is clearly still a bug with the active clock displays as all other metrics still work as intended with the OLED. I have zero actual confirmation that my fan curves are actually working so I’m tempted to just connect my fans to my fan controller and see what happens. I’d bet that the fans actually ramp up as they’re supposed to. They just don’t seem to be cooling as much as they should.

PX1 is unusable at this point for me because it will not save any settings after a restart or a shutdown. Ever. Everything sticks in Afterburner. But I need to confirm tonight. In the meantime - can we get a fix for this very obvious bug with PX1?

PX1 is also an insane resource hog compared to Afterburner and it sucks 10% of my CPU allocation every time it’s open. Shouldn’t be happening.

Some do https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/#oledski
I have no issues saving Profiles, Setting them and changing them, I do not set PX1 to Start with the OS.
I also do not use the OSD in PX1


Well I guess I’m wrong about the active clocks then.

That said my settings will NOT stay active in PX1 if I exit and then shutdown for example. Haven’t tried a profile yet but I don’t know if that’s why.

You need to Apply Save Apply Save on each change.
5 is the Only Free or Unused Profile and I am not using Fan 2 (Radiator Fan) Fan 3 (Fan Header)

 
I have it only load the Last Setting after a restart or power down.
 
Even without Using Profiles on the Settings Page Click Apply Then Click Save and then Exit and Restart your settings will Load.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 12:12:51 (permalink)
I guess I neglected that when I installed the new version. That’s probably why, I’ll check when I get home.

How are you changing fan speeds? I feel like I’m doing it incorrectly. I’m setting curves on the secondary fan curve window but I don’t know if it’s actually working.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 12:31:15 (permalink)
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The Px1 0.3.15.0 icx firmware update for the kingpin card seems to have the fan ranges switched between the rad fans and pump.  The fans wouldn't go over 1200rpm after the update and cant go under 900rpm (50%).  Then I noticed it was possible to run the pump at 2400rpm, before was 2200rpm.  pro tip, dont run the pump at 0... ;)
 
I popped the kingpin back on the X299 Dark and connected the rad fans to a separate controller to get 1800rpm back. System ram is at 4200cl16 dual channel, I slowed trfc from 280 to 320. Oh also changed the gpu pcie power cables for new ones just to be sure. All that netted +110 points in Port Royal.
 
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 Seems 9585 is my max for now.
 
When I update PX1 uninstalled the old version and also I do not install LED Sync.
I then delete the Folder (in Bold) under C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Local\EVGA_Co.,_Ltd
I then delete the Folder (in Bold) under C:\Program Files\EVGA\Precision X1
I even go as far as deleting any Precision X1 and WinRing0 from the Registry.
Then restart the PC and install the new version, Do not Start PX1 but Restart the PC.
Then start PX1 allow any Firmware Updates, then I shut down and Power Off the PSU and Monitor for a few minutes.
Then back to Overclocking.
 


Thanks bcavnaugh, I'll run through your procedure tonight and see if it helps my fan control bug.
 
Have you considered running your RAM in dual channel (pull the outside two sticks) and overclocking past 3600mhz?  I found nice scaling on both my systems with high RAM frequency.  The other day when I had the Kingpin on my Z390 Dark with a single stick of TridentZ Royal, I ran back to back tests with 4400cl17 and then 4600cl17, no other changes at all.  I saw +130 points with the 4600.  On the X299 Dark, going from 4000cl16 to 4200cl16 gives a similar boost for me.
 
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On the rad fan speeds, from the OC guide, I see the fans are Power Logic PLA12025S12M, the closest number in their catalog is PLA12025B12M which is 1800 rpm, 65 cfm, and 2 mmH2O static pressure.  Power Logic appears to denote speed changes with a -A through -D at the end of the part number so I infer that 1800rpm is the rated speed.  PX1 was showing 1744rpm before my current fan bug.  The same fans plugged into a Corsair commander pro are reading at 1933rpm.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is HERE! 2019/04/17 13:02:36 (permalink)
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I guess I neglected that when I installed the new version. That’s probably why, I’ll check when I get home.

How are you changing fan speeds? I feel like I’m doing it incorrectly. I’m setting curves on the secondary fan curve window but I don’t know if it’s actually working.

I use the Slider to the % I want to use then Click Apply and then Click Save.
I will play with the Fan Curve Window and see how it works, I know for Fan Curve Profile to work PX1 needs to be running.

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