Cool GTXlooks like a silicon lottery winner 2130 MHz Looking forward to you updates
DrSchmidtHey SM-71.Can I ask where you get your data formatted for your table above? I usually have to dig through my logs on the C drive in Windows 10; am wondering if I'm missing something easier.
ProDigitWhat's the lowest power cap you can do on those? I would be interested in the 1660Ti numbers, for perhaps future projects.
ProDigitI found on the RTX cards, that overclocking the vram, would pull down the GPU frequency.All my cards fold with vram at 15Ghz, which is a +1Ghz overclock.Any faster, and the PPD goes down.I measured this by looking at avg PPD running 14 to 16Ghz vram speeds, which gave exactly the same score. Higher than 16, and lower than 14 GHz also gave lower score.So I figured the sweet spot is between 15-15.5Ghz.But since the speed difference was minimal or immeasurable, I kept running at 15Ghz, hoping the cards would last longer.If I compare your results to mine, I get below 55c at 125Watt with the RTX 2060 card, with smallest cooler. I would say you should be able to optimize case cooling a bit better.Like, switch to an open case design for folding.That way, the card will run cooler, will run even higher boost, and as a result you can lower watts even more.
HoggleThat is a really nice list of test results. While I am using a 2070 it's good to know it probably doesn't matter what driver I use.
bcavnaughBummer getting this Error on Order:PayPal transaction failure. Please try again later on. (Error) : The remote server returned an error: (400) Bad Request.
bcavnaugh@SM-71 What Driver Version should I install to best compare our cards under?Current Driver I use is the Studio Driver 431.86, but now it is beings said that the Driver makes No Difference when Folding.
bcavnaughNow Testing the EVGA Version of the NVIDIA GTX 1660 Ti Graphics Card.