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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/14 04:02:02 (permalink)
Thanks. Just don’t want to damage anything. Appreciate the help.

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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/14 04:57:25 (permalink)
I'll be playing with mine today, with both the Classified tool and EVBot for nostalgia. 😁

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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/14 11:56:02 (permalink)
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Tool is working nicely! Thanks a ton TiN!

Also noticed it'll save settings when rebooting to quickly apply settings again after a restart. Super nice.

What Settings (Numbers) did you go with?
post edited by bcavnaugh - 2019/04/14 12:23:53


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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/14 13:47:05 (permalink)
When i was playing with my easter candies...
I got my Port Royal benchmark up to 9450.
http://www.3dmark.com/pr/76956
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
post edited by TwoEvilOne - 2019/04/14 13:50:39

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My 3DMark HALL OF FAME high scores on Nvidia GeForce RTX EVGA 2080 Ti K|NGP|N Hybrid: Port Royal #13 HOF 10741,
Time Spy v1.0 #56 HOF 16961, Fire Strike Extreme v1.1 # 51 HOF 18976, Fire Strike Ultra v1.1 #43 HOF 10049, Superposition v1.1 4K #13 14838;  Superposition v1.1 1080P Medium #6 30822; Superposition v1.1 1080P High #8 23905; Superposition v1.1 1080P Extreme #25 10802; Superposition v1.1 8K #15 6397.
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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/15 07:02:27 (permalink)
richiec77:  "Yup! Un-check Auto. Apply your settings and restart. Soft reboots hold the values. This's in reference to the Classified Tool which isn't a part of AB or PX1"
 
When using AB (and perhaps they will put the K-Boost function in PX1) with locked voltage/clock combo and fulltime P0, leave Auto checked in Classified.  That leaves AB in control of GPU core voltage.  Classified can still be used for memory voltage, Pex voltage and droop control.  Soft reboot after voltage is set is still needed for memory timing.
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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/16 09:02:42 (permalink)
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richiec77:  "Yup! Un-check Auto. Apply your settings and restart. Soft reboots hold the values. This's in reference to the Classified Tool which isn't a part of AB or PX1"
 
When using AB (and perhaps they will put the K-Boost function in PX1) with locked voltage/clock combo and fulltime P0, leave Auto checked in Classified.  That leaves AB in control of GPU core voltage.  Classified can still be used for memory voltage, Pex voltage and droop control.  Soft reboot after voltage is set is still needed for memory timing.


I was using AB to hold the V/F point at 1.093v and applying up to 1.1435-1.15v NVVDD. LLC5. 1.485v memory.

Using the Curve editor: was able to set around 2235-2250 for TimeSpy. And had a full Firestrike run at 2280MHz. Garage temps were at 46F so the AIO was able to hold temps around 32-36C during runs. I was able to get GT1 to pass once at 2310!!! But not a full run. 2295 didn't make as it crashed at Combined. Fooking crazy for a card to nearly hit 2.3GHz core not using ice bucket, chiller, DICE.

Real monitored voltage with a Fluke 187: 1.15v applied in tool measures 1.138v Idle (P0-Max Performance set). TimeSpy GT1 would drag voltage down to 1.052-1.078v under load. FS same starting point, would sag to 1.087-1.101v.

Have an ICON Pot in hand.....so tempted to pick up some DICE and see what the card can manage with the stock LN2 BIOS......but I think I'll wait for Vince to release the real XOC BIOS to see what it can do.

Air Gas can get bent....$2.50 a liter for LN2...plus 10.25% tax. $2.76. Yeah no.
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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/16 11:14:10 (permalink)
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My 3DMark HALL OF FAME high scores on Nvidia GeForce RTX EVGA 2080 Ti K|NGP|N Hybrid: Port Royal #13 HOF 10741,
Time Spy v1.0 #56 HOF 16961, Fire Strike Extreme v1.1 # 51 HOF 18976, Fire Strike Ultra v1.1 #43 HOF 10049, Superposition v1.1 4K #13 14838;  Superposition v1.1 1080P Medium #6 30822; Superposition v1.1 1080P High #8 23905; Superposition v1.1 1080P Extreme #25 10802; Superposition v1.1 8K #15 6397.
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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/16 16:42:25 (permalink)
Can someone give me a rundown of the values in the Classified tool? Is it even worth it to try and fiddle with these for gaming performance? I assume no.
I've had to back my memory down from +1000 to +900 to get general stability in games. Not really that big of a deal but I was curious if using the Classified tool would even make any difference. 
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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/16 17:00:26 (permalink)
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Can someone give me a rundown of the values in the Classified tool? Is it even worth it to try and fiddle with these for gaming performance? I assume no.
I've had to back my memory down from +1000 to +900 to get general stability in games. Not really that big of a deal but I was curious if using the Classified tool would even make any difference. 


From what I've read the two most important ones are:
NVDD is GPU Voltage (This locks the voltage and doesn't vary like the Auto setting)
FBVDD is Memory voltage
 
The others are:
PEXVDD is PCIExpress Voltage and +1.8V is the +1.8V voltage (?) and they shouldn't do much. 
PWM Freq. sets PWM frequency for GPU VRM  (Not sure it does much)
I believe NVVDD LL is like LLC so should help keep voltage steady.  Experiment with settings.
NVVDD OCP is OCP protection for LN2 benching, can be enabled or disabled.  So don't touch it for stock cooling.
 
If you up your memory voltage you should be able to get higher memory clocks (with some more heat).
 
They explained similar settings in the 980Ti Kingpin guide https://xdevs.com/guide/maxwell_big_oc/, maybe we'll see a similar update in the 2080Ti one.
 


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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/17 08:31:57 (permalink)
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.
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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/17 09:06:40 (permalink)
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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.
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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/17 09:14:14 (permalink)
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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.
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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/17 09:17:21 (permalink)
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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.
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.
post edited by bcavnaugh - 2019/04/17 09:26:40


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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/17 20:01:32 (permalink)
Other than GPU/MEM frequency, FPS counter and GPU utilization - OLED values are acquired by KPE's onboard hardware. Once you configured settings in PX1, then card will refresh settings on it's own. But it rely on software to tell clocks, FPS and utilization, as these values need to read from the NV driver.
 
Pump RPM showing 0.

Checking this one. Can you check that both FAN headers on the radiator well connected. Try to reconnect them perhaps? Pump RPM is little misleading, as this value is for radiator fan's speed, not the pump itself. If there is no connection / signal from fan tachometer - this value will be reported 0.
 
I have added OLED LN2 kit installation steps in the guide. This accessory will be available separately for KPE owners, to allow OLED usage without stock hybrid cooler cover.
 

post edited by TiN_EE - 2019/04/17 20:08:19

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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/17 20:14:26 (permalink)
On the Pump RPM showing 0.
I also do not see a settings in PX1 for this and you take it off of the Default this it no longer shown on the OLED Screen.
Thanks for looking into this.
 
Testing this now. Yep the Pump is really the Fan for the Radiator
RPM is little misleading, as this value is for radiator fan's speed, not the pump itself. If there is no connection / signal from fan tachometer - this value will be reported 0.
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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/18 00:45:18 (permalink)
Naming will be improved for next release version :)

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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/18 11:46:08 (permalink)
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Naming will be improved for next release version :)


And Thank you for this > OLED LN2 kit installation steps in the guide.
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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/20 11:18:14 (permalink)
Can anyone give an idea of what would be safe voltages for benchmarking on stock cooler/ambient? I bumped up to 1.175/1.45 the other day and was able to get a little bit higher clocks (from 2145 to 2160 on core) and the temps were still in the low to mid 50s on the GPU. I did one run at 1.2 but clocks wasn't able to push any higher than 2160 so I called it a night. I'd like to try to hit 2200 but don't wanna push too hard. 

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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/20 11:26:42 (permalink)
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Can anyone give an idea of what would be safe voltages for benchmarking on stock cooler/ambient? I bumped up to 1.175/1.45 the other day and was able to get a little bit higher clocks (from 2145 to 2160 on core) and the temps were still in the low to mid 50s on the GPU. I did one run at 1.2 but clocks wasn't able to push any higher than 2160 so I called it a night. I'd like to try to hit 2200 but don't wanna push too hard. 

This may help Kingpin RTX classified controller settings
But for PX1 Only I max the Voltage Slider the Power Target OC the Memory +1000 and the GPU +100 and running very well.


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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/20 11:30:58 (permalink)
On the stock cooler at regular ambient temps I just leave the voltage on auto. I've managed 2230 so far and 16,100 mem. The real issue isn't the lack of voltage, but rather the temps. The cooler the GPU is the higher it'll clock due to GPU boost. At one point I simply used one of the +25mv switches on the back of the card to provide a little more headroom.

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EVGA X299 Dark
I9 7980XE 5G/32Mesh on Water and 5.8G/38Mesh LN2
32GB G.Skill Trident Zs (4x8GB) 4133 Black @14-15-15-28 1T 3733Mhz
2x EVGA GTX1080Ti Kingpins and 2x EVGA RTX 2080Ti Kingpins
3x EVGA 1600P2s
Kingpin Cooling T-Rex Prototype Pot
Kingpin Cooling Tek-9 Fats
Kingpin Cooling ICON 3.0
Kingpin Cooling Inferno
Kingpin Cooling KPx
Kingpin Cooling Hellfire (Coming Soon)
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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/20 11:54:46 (permalink)
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On the stock cooler at regular ambient temps I just leave the voltage on auto. I've managed 2230 so far and 16,100 mem. The real issue isn't the lack of voltage, but rather the temps. The cooler the GPU is the higher it'll clock due to GPU boost. At one point I simply used one of the +25mv switches on the back of the card to provide a little more headroom.

You are leaving the Classified Tool at Auto and getting 2230 MHz and not using PX1?


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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/20 12:00:51 (permalink)
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On the stock cooler at regular ambient temps I just leave the voltage on auto. I've managed 2230 so far and 16,100 mem. The real issue isn't the lack of voltage, but rather the temps. The cooler the GPU is the higher it'll clock due to GPU boost. At one point I simply used one of the +25mv switches on the back of the card to provide a little more headroom.


Holy crap! Silicon lottery winner right there. Highest I've been able to get on stock voltages is 2130 to 2145 and 16,400 mem on port royal. With fans maxed out on stock voltages it's not even hitting 50 I don't think so I think it's definitely the voltages holding me back. 

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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/20 13:36:13 (permalink)
I use the Classified tool to adjust the FBVDD only. The core voltage I'm leaving at auto and using PX1 to max out Power Target, Voltage, and adjust clocks. I'll use the Classi tool to adjust NVVDD under LN2 and the EVBot to save profiles. 

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Current Setup
Lian Li Bench (black brushed aluminum)
EVGA X299 Dark
I9 7980XE 5G/32Mesh on Water and 5.8G/38Mesh LN2
32GB G.Skill Trident Zs (4x8GB) 4133 Black @14-15-15-28 1T 3733Mhz
2x EVGA GTX1080Ti Kingpins and 2x EVGA RTX 2080Ti Kingpins
3x EVGA 1600P2s
Kingpin Cooling T-Rex Prototype Pot
Kingpin Cooling Tek-9 Fats
Kingpin Cooling ICON 3.0
Kingpin Cooling Inferno
Kingpin Cooling KPx
Kingpin Cooling Hellfire (Coming Soon)
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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/20 13:39:01 (permalink)
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On the stock cooler at regular ambient temps I just leave the voltage on auto. I've managed 2230 so far and 16,100 mem. The real issue isn't the lack of voltage, but rather the temps. The cooler the GPU is the higher it'll clock due to GPU boost. At one point I simply used one of the +25mv switches on the back of the card to provide a little more headroom.


Holy crap! Silicon lottery winner right there. Highest I've been able to get on stock voltages is 2130 to 2145 and 16,400 mem on port royal. With fans maxed out on stock voltages it's not even hitting 50 I don't think so I think it's definitely the voltages holding me back. 


Sounds like your temps are causing GPU boost to step down your clocks. The only way I managed those clocks was to open up all the windows in my lab on a cool night few days ago. If I were to add more voltage then I'd just create more heat which would only cause my card to throttle. 

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Current Setup
Lian Li Bench (black brushed aluminum)
EVGA X299 Dark
I9 7980XE 5G/32Mesh on Water and 5.8G/38Mesh LN2
32GB G.Skill Trident Zs (4x8GB) 4133 Black @14-15-15-28 1T 3733Mhz
2x EVGA GTX1080Ti Kingpins and 2x EVGA RTX 2080Ti Kingpins
3x EVGA 1600P2s
Kingpin Cooling T-Rex Prototype Pot
Kingpin Cooling Tek-9 Fats
Kingpin Cooling ICON 3.0
Kingpin Cooling Inferno
Kingpin Cooling KPx
Kingpin Cooling Hellfire (Coming Soon)
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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/20 13:46:29 (permalink)
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I use the Classified tool to adjust the FBVDD only. The core voltage I'm leaving at auto and using PX1 to max out Power Target, Voltage, and adjust clocks. I'll use the Classi tool to adjust NVVDD under LN2 and the EVBot to save profiles. 


Thanks Good Info to know about FBVDD.


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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/20 13:58:40 (permalink)
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On the stock cooler at regular ambient temps I just leave the voltage on auto. I've managed 2230 so far and 16,100 mem. The real issue isn't the lack of voltage, but rather the temps. The cooler the GPU is the higher it'll clock due to GPU boost. At one point I simply used one of the +25mv switches on the back of the card to provide a little more headroom.


Holy crap! Silicon lottery winner right there. Highest I've been able to get on stock voltages is 2130 to 2145 and 16,400 mem on port royal. With fans maxed out on stock voltages it's not even hitting 50 I don't think so I think it's definitely the voltages holding me back. 


Sounds like your temps are causing GPU boost to step down your clocks. The only way I managed those clocks was to open up all the windows in my lab on a cool night few days ago. If I were to add more voltage then I'd just create more heat which would only cause my card to throttle. 


The reason I don't think it's temps is that I'm hitting 2160 to 2175 but then the driver crashes. It's boosting, it's just not stable. I would think temps in the 40s would be fine. I thought as long as they're sub 60 that it'll keep boosting but I'm probably wrong on that. With more voltage I could get 2160 stable but not higher. Although it's not like temps were getting scary when I was fiddling with voltages. They were still sub 60.

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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/22 06:14:54 (permalink)
Just in case anyone is curious, I was able to get over half way through superposition this morning at 2200 mhz. Had to wait until it got really cold and had to over volt to 1.22. I'm thinking 1.23 or 24 might have made it. GPU never went past 50c but the closer it got the letter the clocks went although it never went under 2000

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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/22 06:19:30 (permalink)
Question for everyone. What's your power draw at your highest stable overclocks? I'm drawing over 300w on my best runs which can spike as high as 340w. That's right at the limit for max TDP on the stock BIOS.

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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/22 06:37:29 (permalink)
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Question for everyone. What's your power draw at your highest stable overclocks? I'm drawing over 300w on my best runs which can spike as high as 340w. That's right at the limit for max TDP on the stock BIOS.


Regular gaming overclocking I never see past like 310. Serious benchmark overclocking  I'm thinking I'm around 340 but I can't say I've seen it higher although I've been paying more attention to the clocks. I assume these cards can push 520w out the box when set to 144% as 360*1.44=518.4

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Re: Candies for RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin 2019/04/22 06:46:15 (permalink)
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Question for everyone. What's your power draw at your highest stable overclocks? I'm drawing over 300w on my best runs which can spike as high as 340w. That's right at the limit for max TDP on the stock BIOS.


Regular gaming overclocking I never see past like 310. Serious benchmark overclocking  I'm thinking I'm around 340 but I can't say I've seen it higher although I've been paying more attention to the clocks. I assume these cards can push 520w out the box when set to 144% as 360*1.44=518.4


Was that measured from a Multimeter or the OLED?



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