youcanteatthatyeah they stand by their product, unless you bought it off someone else. then it apparently ceases to be their product....
SajinThe card can still be rma'd...
vgerik1234youcanteatthatyeah they stand by their product, unless you bought it off someone else. then it apparently ceases to be their product....You realize most companies void all warranty once the product is sold 2nd hand and/or without original receipt? At least EVGA still holds warranty. That is why a whole boat load of us support them blindly. We know we are in good hands.
leafHey,I'm curios are you using the latest driver? If you are using 456.55 try the earlier drivers 456.38
Todeseng3lHey All, I was fortunate enough to get a 3090 FTW3 Ultra, however, from what I can tell the GPU clock seems to be running low. I am using the OC VBIOS (via toggle switch), without an OC and the power target/temp/voltage sliders maxed out I am getting between a 1770-1800 boost clock. If I add a +40Hz GPU OC this improves to 1785-1830. Based on other users experience I figure I should be boosting 1900+ without an OC. The card is staying relatively cool at 70C under max load. Does anyone have any ideas? Did I just lose out on the silicon lottery? Precision X Captures attached. Cheers, Tony My system: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Build 18363Nvidia Drivers 456.55EVGA X299 DarkEVGA 3090 FTW3 Ultrai9-7900X All Cores @ 4.8GHz32Gb RamCorsair AX1600i
chumeniukJust curious, what score are people seeing at stock settings in Port Royal? My card seems to be on the low end and has a time with more than a +100 OC @ 107% power w/OC vbios. The best score I was able to get was in the 13,236 with the room at 20C and all fans at full blast.
Todeseng3lWow I didn't even realize that EVGA warranty requires original ownership, that stinks. I purchased mine from a scalper. I guess those are the breaks and I am stuck with what I have.