jasoncodispotiWhat voltage are you running at? Max voltage is 1.093v with out modifications. I only bring this up as I am going to guess to go much higher than 2100Mhz you are going to need to bring those temps down... My suggestion would be to max out voltage using MSI Afterburner and see if you can actually push clocks past 2100Mhz. As far as putting the XOC BIOS on there... that would be a bad idea. It has been implied that using the BIOS on non Kingpin cards would brick the card.Also don’t use Furmark... it’s not really useful.
Myersjames93I’m not sure if u can benefit with the kingpin bios, I have kingpin 2080 ti with basically the same temps as you and the most my card does is 2130 some times 3dmark says it’s 2165 but gaming it locks solid at 2115 and maybe when my basement is cold and pc is cooler I stay at 2130 gaming, I don’t know if 30 to 50MHz is worth voiding warranty for little to no benefit,
Cool GTXThe Kingpin 2080Ti has a Totally different Power design. So if you try make sure you get it Recorded & you can watch the magic smoke escape over & over - if it even bootsMoving Thread to Overclocking, Cooling and BenchmarkingHome » All Forums » [Computer Hardware/Software] » Overclocking, Cooling and Benchmarking
TiN_EEFTW3 card will not work with KPE BIOS because different VRM design.
Cool GTXStraight from the source of Kingpin Wizardry Re: Flashing FTW3 with Kingpin BIOS - possible? Is there any OC benefit? TiN_EEFTW3 card will not work with KPE BIOS because different VRM design. I have no idea how a stock "reference" 2080Ti would even approach the use of 520W BIOS & @ what kind of temps Technical Guide and candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpinhttps://xdevs.com/guide/2080ti_kpe/#pwrdes Power target and power limits(excerpt) --> You need to read the complete guide, this was interesting section However, KPE RTX 2080 Ti designed in a way that does not require any additional power limit modifications or thermal protection removal mods. You don’t need to solder anything on the card to enjoy LN2 benchmarking with KPE. That is what this card is all about. It can overcome the power limit or any thermal limit with a proper BIOS. It is 100% designed to run at full LN2 speed without even touching the soldering iron.Cards overclocked with LN2 and running 2500+ MHz, can take some serious power. Ensure that the PSU is at least 1500W and adequate for the job. Typical middle range 1200-1600W 80Plus Gold rated PSU should do the job well. For extreme overclocking we highly recommend running the system (CPU, peripherals, fans, motherboard) from one PSU and the VGA card from a separate second PSU with at least 90 A of current available on +12V rail.
Cool GTXThe PCB may be the actual Achillie's heel .... I'm guessing --> as it is above my pay grade. Those 3x 8-pin power sockets on th KP are there for a reason Yep 360-380 W --> OK, not burning it down - its the 144% that make make it smoke - outside of LN2 cooling The Volts required would make sub-zero & hard mods required ... hack Boost 4.0 Congrats on your score Time to move it into a super cooled bench area .... & crank the AC to Frosty ... see what it will doGL
bp7178If you can't keep the card in the 30c range, I wouldn't worry about trying to increase the power limit. Mid 50c is high for a water cooled card even on a power virus like Furmark.
vcjesterThen I'll have to try repasting the block.. It's a hydrocopper, and the radiator/fan setup is way overkill.