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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/10/26 08:49:12 (permalink)
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Oh ok. Mint unopened, or (how does one do that) tested to see if it's a better card? Hehe



Its opened and has been tested for functionality and had the firmware updated is all i have done with it, so about 30 minutes use is all then it was removed.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/10/26 12:03:50 (permalink)
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Oh ok. Mint unopened, or (how does one do that) tested to see if it's a better card? Hehe



Its opened and has been tested for functionality and had the firmware updated is all i have done with it, so about 30 minutes use is all then it was removed.

Yeah for that much money would be smart to test it just to be sure.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/01 04:26:57 (permalink)
Hi guys need a quick favor. I'm arranging a same day pickup + delivery of KP but need dimensions of the retail packaging please in the next hour if any1 could help me i'd be grateful? :) 

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/02 14:08:46 (permalink)
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Hi guys need a quick favor. I'm arranging a same day pickup + delivery of KP but need dimensions of the retail packaging please in the next hour if any1 could help me i'd be grateful? :) 



The box is 14.75 inches tall, a hair over 10 inches wide, 7 inches deep. 
 
I happened to just have my box sitting out, lol.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/03 01:29:33 (permalink)
Purchased a KINGPIN two days ago; I've been playing with the card, but I can't go above +50 Core (2070). Benchs and games will crash while i can get +1390 on memory pretty stable with temp around 45-47. I thought every single KINGPIN can easily get +125 core offset.
Am i lost the silicone lottery or further tweaking is needed?
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/03 03:34:23 (permalink)
Did you move your power limit and voltage sliders all the way to max in px1? Also did you run the curve test to see what you ended up with as a score? Most Kingpins were getting about 2160 to 2190 for the core.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/03 03:49:07 (permalink)
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Did you move your power limit and voltage sliders all the way to max in px1? Also did you run the curve test to see what you ended up with as a score? Most Kingpins were getting about 2160 to 2190 for the core.

Yes, i did move the voltage and power slider to max. The curve test passed with the score of 88; however i don't familiar with the curve test.
Also I have latest version of nvidia driver installed. I've uninstall it once with DDU and reinstall it again that won't change anything.
Would a clean insntall of Window 10 affect overclocking stability?
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/03 03:58:28 (permalink)
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Did you move your power limit and voltage sliders all the way to max in px1? Also did you run the curve test to see what you ended up with as a score? Most Kingpins were getting about 2160 to 2190 for the core.

Yes, i did move the voltage and power slider to max. The curve test passed with the score of 88; however i don't familiar with the curve test.
Also I have latest version of nvidia driver installed. I've uninstall it once with DDU and reinstall it again that won't change anything.
Would a clean insntall of Window 10 affect overclocking stability?

Unstable CPU OC can also cause it, or at least thats what I read around here on the forums. Do you have your CPU OCed? If yes, set it all to stock and try to OC the card after that.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/03 04:02:45 (permalink)
Yes I OCed my CPU. I'll revert it to stock and see how's it going
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/03 04:18:40 (permalink)
The Kingpins are also kind of finicky, just adjust the core clock 5-10 at a time and when benchmarking try to run 3 times at each setting before bumping up. I would also set your memory back to about 1000 overclock until you get your core clock max figured out, to much memory overclock can result in a lower core clock as well.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/03 07:17:37 (permalink)
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The Kingpins are also kind of finicky, just adjust the core clock 5-10 at a time and when benchmarking try to run 3 times at each setting before bumping up. I would also set your memory back to about 1000 overclock until you get your core clock max figured out, to much memory overclock can result in a lower core clock as well.

Ok, Thanks for your advice. What is your max voltage for core clock (which you see on OLED) when OCing and benchmarking. I see mine 1.07 most of the time which i think somehow is low for +125 Core
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/03 07:26:22 (permalink)
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The Kingpins are also kind of finicky, just adjust the core clock 5-10 at a time and when benchmarking try to run 3 times at each setting before bumping up. I would also set your memory back to about 1000 overclock until you get your core clock max figured out, to much memory overclock can result in a lower core clock as well.

Ok, Thanks for your advice. What is your max voltage for core clock (which you see on OLED) when OCing and benchmarking. I see mine 1.07 most of the time which i think somehow is low for +125 Core


Well the max voltage is 1.093 in the bios I believe but I have switched over to water blocks and using the xoc bios as well so I'm not gonna say what I have cranked the voltage up to but it's considerably higher then 1.09 for sure. You can only increase your voltage beyond that by using the classified tool for the kingpin cards though which you can find at the following link. I have been able to get to 2315mhz on chilled liquid and pull about 720 watts during benchmarks .

https://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/09 09:56:14 (permalink)
hi.
i have 2080ti kingpin, which has 4pin fan header.
can i use 3pin fan for this by connecting? and control the rolling speed of the fan via 4pin fan header on kingpin?
name is, kingpin fan header has controller of voltage for fan, not pwm?
 
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/09 10:31:18 (permalink)
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hi.
i have 2080ti kingpin, which has 4pin fan header.
can i use 3pin fan for this by connecting? and control the rolling speed of the fan via 4pin fan header on kingpin?
name is, kingpin fan header has controller of voltage for fan, not pwm?
 




I'm not sure if a 3 pin fan will be controlled properly by the fan header on the Kingpin or not in PX1, i don't think so but i might be wrong. 

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/09 12:10:24 (permalink)
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hi.
i have 2080ti kingpin, which has 4pin fan header.
can i use 3pin fan for this by connecting? and control the rolling speed of the fan via 4pin fan header on kingpin?
name is, kingpin fan header has controller of voltage for fan, not pwm?
 

AFAIK only 4pin fans (pwm) are controllable.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/09 12:25:04 (permalink)
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The Kingpins are also kind of finicky, just adjust the core clock 5-10 at a time and when benchmarking try to run 3 times at each setting before bumping up. I would also set your memory back to about 1000 overclock until you get your core clock max figured out, to much memory overclock can result in a lower core clock as well.


Update:
With a clean install of Windows 10 i can OC 1000/125 stable in games and benchmarks. And your right David; Kingpins are somehow finicky. Anyway everything is great for now but still playing with card. I plan to add pull fans to see how much they impact on temp.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/09 18:07:22 (permalink)
Hi Everyone -
 
First time poster but big fan of EVGA. I have an issue and I was hoping to get some input or guidance. I've had the 2080ti Kingpin for a few months and recently my FPS (and core clock speed) has been dropping from 100 FPS (2100mhz) to 45 FPS (1350mhz). It stays at 45 FPS until I quit the game and start it again. The card is not particularly hot (at least not compared to my previous Founder's Edition) - maybe max of 50 degrees Celsius. That said, memory can get close to 70. I usually don't have it overclocked and I don't think I play games that much (I play Forza 7 only and only a few times a week). I've also never really played longer than an hour or two. I haven't had any issues besides this and I can't seem to figure it out. It happens with all three BIOS options. Currently, I have it set to "OC" and it's BIOS version is 90.02.30.00.78 and I have Firmware version 2B.FA.42. NVIDIA Driver 441.12 (issue existed before recent update).
 
Anyone have a similar experience before? Or does anyone have any troubleshooting ideas? It would be greatly appreicated!!
 
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/09 18:35:06 (permalink)
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Hi Everyone -
 
First time poster but big fan of EVGA. I have an issue and I was hoping to get some input or guidance. I've had the 2080ti Kingpin for a few months and recently my FPS (and core clock speed) has been dropping from 100 FPS (2100mhz) to 45 FPS (1350mhz). It stays at 45 FPS until I quit the game and start it again. The card is not particularly hot (at least not compared to my previous Founder's Edition) - maybe max of 50 degrees Celsius. That said, memory can get close to 70. I usually don't have it overclocked and I don't think I play games that much (I play Forza 7 only and only a few times a week). I've also never really played longer than an hour or two. I haven't had any issues besides this and I can't seem to figure it out. It happens with all three BIOS options. Currently, I have it set to "OC" and it's BIOS version is 90.02.30.00.78 and I have Firmware version 2B.FA.42. NVIDIA Driver 441.12 (issue existed before recent update).
 
Anyone have a similar experience before? Or does anyone have any troubleshooting ideas? It would be greatly appreicated!!
 
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/09 22:05:43 (permalink)
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Hi Everyone -
 
First time poster but big fan of EVGA. I have an issue and I was hoping to get some input or guidance. I've had the 2080ti Kingpin for a few months and recently my FPS (and core clock speed) has been dropping from 100 FPS (2100mhz) to 45 FPS (1350mhz). It stays at 45 FPS until I quit the game and start it again. The card is not particularly hot (at least not compared to my previous Founder's Edition) - maybe max of 50 degrees Celsius. That said, memory can get close to 70. I usually don't have it overclocked and I don't think I play games that much (I play Forza 7 only and only a few times a week). I've also never really played longer than an hour or two. I haven't had any issues besides this and I can't seem to figure it out. It happens with all three BIOS options. Currently, I have it set to "OC" and it's BIOS version is 90.02.30.00.78 and I have Firmware version 2B.FA.42. NVIDIA Driver 441.12 (issue existed before recent update).
 
Anyone have a similar experience before? Or does anyone have any troubleshooting ideas? It would be greatly appreicated!!
 
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Sounds like the 1350 MHz bug. You'll need to contact evga for assistance with the issue.


That's new to me.. is that an rma time issue? Asking cause I've been away for many months.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/11/10 00:59:12 (permalink)
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Hi Everyone -
 
First time poster but big fan of EVGA. I have an issue and I was hoping to get some input or guidance. I've had the 2080ti Kingpin for a few months and recently my FPS (and core clock speed) has been dropping from 100 FPS (2100mhz) to 45 FPS (1350mhz). It stays at 45 FPS until I quit the game and start it again. The card is not particularly hot (at least not compared to my previous Founder's Edition) - maybe max of 50 degrees Celsius. That said, memory can get close to 70. I usually don't have it overclocked and I don't think I play games that much (I play Forza 7 only and only a few times a week). I've also never really played longer than an hour or two. I haven't had any issues besides this and I can't seem to figure it out. It happens with all three BIOS options. Currently, I have it set to "OC" and it's BIOS version is 90.02.30.00.78 and I have Firmware version 2B.FA.42. NVIDIA Driver 441.12 (issue existed before recent update).
 
Anyone have a similar experience before? Or does anyone have any troubleshooting ideas? It would be greatly appreicated!!
 
Perry


Sounds like the 1350 MHz bug. You'll need to contact evga for assistance with the issue.


That's new to me.. is that an rma time issue? Asking cause I've been away for many months.

Not new. Yes the card will need to be rma'd.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/12/03 04:22:18 (permalink)
Looks like the Kingpins went out of stock again, i was surprised how long they stayed in stock.  Makes me wonder if they will restock them now or not. Don't think they were selling very fast. 

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/12/14 12:04:10 (permalink)
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/12/14 13:36:44 (permalink)
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/12/15 09:58:02 (permalink)
Do you guys regularly see memory OC in excess of +1300 (or effective 8300mhz) on kingpin cards?
 
How about the memory oc with just the stock bios and maxing out power limit without raising voltage?
 
Thinking of buying one used (with warranty) but not sure if I'd part with my xc ultra that can do 8300mhz mem/2070 clock (stock voltage, air, 380w vbios)

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/12/15 10:04:14 (permalink)
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Guess it would be nice if evga would give a warning before cutting off a product for those that plan on buying something at a later date. Shouldn't be too much to ask.

I remember the outcry for the last kingpin block.

Glad I have mine.



Yeah i have 2 of the hydro copper blocks and 3 kingpin cards here.


That's gota burn! Hope you have emailed evga to see what's up.



The 3rd card is only for back-up in case i fry one of the others, ive been pushing one of them pretty hard using the XOC bios, they can really take a beating with the voltage increases and OC capabilities, i'm impressed.




 
Out of curiosity, how much would you be selling that third Kingpin for? And if it's for sale or not.

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/12/15 10:19:59 (permalink)
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Do you guys regularly see memory OC in excess of +1300 (or effective 8300mhz) on kingpin cards?
 
How about the memory oc with just the stock bios and maxing out power limit without raising voltage?
 
Thinking of buying one used (with warranty) but not sure if I'd part with my xc ultra that can do 8300mhz mem/2070 clock (stock voltage, air, 380w vbios)


Getting 8400 to 8500mhz is pretty common during benchmarking with the Kingpins and the classy tool full time stable for gaming not that high. Probably 8100 to 82000mhz with the stock OC bios and not using the classy tool.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/12/15 10:36:34 (permalink)
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Do you guys regularly see memory OC in excess of +1300 (or effective 8300mhz) on kingpin cards?
 
How about the memory oc with just the stock bios and maxing out power limit without raising voltage?
 
Thinking of buying one used (with warranty) but not sure if I'd part with my xc ultra that can do 8300mhz mem/2070 clock (stock voltage, air, 380w vbios)


Getting 8400 to 8500mhz is pretty common during benchmarking with the Kingpins, full time stable for gaming not that high. Probably 8200 to 8300mhz



I'm stable mem 8300mhz (+1300 offset on AB) and core 2050 (offset +120 afaik) or 1950 (locked 0.95v, offset +150) on the xc ultra, which isn't considered highend by evga hierarchy. Do you think this is an outliar oc result?
 
Realistically how much more MHz of stable 24/7 clock (on non-ln2 bios, stock 240mm) is possible to do without adding voltage? from my understanding these cards have handpicked gpu silicon and memory chips so its possible to have significantly higher stable clock.
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/12/15 10:45:13 (permalink)
Most of the kingpins will get 2160 at least just using the OC bios and px1 or AB some as high as 2205 even but 2160 to 2190 is about the normal range

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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/12/16 03:35:06 (permalink)
I got intersting results by play with VF Curve. My 2080 ti KPE stayed on 1.050v most of the time and because of that my oc wasn't stable. After playing with VF Curve i got to 2205 with voltage of 1.093. But when the temp reaches above 41°c, the core clock getting down to 2190 and fixed there.
That was interesting to me and I'm wondering why the card won't get to the maximum allowed voltage when i applied +120 core offset and +100 voltage offset before manipulation of VF curve?!
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Re: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is HERE! 2019/12/16 04:08:43 (permalink)
Snak3Bite
I got intersting results by play with VF Curve. My 2080 ti KPE stayed on 1.050v most of the time and because of that my oc wasn't stable. After playing with VF Curve i got to 2205 with voltage of 1.093. But when the temp reaches above 41°c, the core clock getting down to 2190 and fixed there.
That was interesting to me and I'm wondering why the card won't get to the maximum allowed voltage when i applied +120 core offset and +100 voltage offset before manipulation of VF curve?!


You would have to stay below 30c for it to keep that 2205. It's not going to give you the full voltage automatically if you break that temperature barrier. Higher the voltage quicker the temp barrier is hit.

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