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2019/10/08 07:50:51 (permalink)
Hello,
 
I started folding a few days on my 2080ti and i noticed that starting yesterday every 90sec i have a drop in clock speed (along with fans etc) for a split second and then it picks up again. Might have happened from the beginning but i didnt notice.
ppd is at 2.997.473 Running latest nvidia drivers
Looking at the msi afterburner graph the drops coincide with load limits that also  happen at the same interval.
Any ideas? Is this normal?
 
Thanks!

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    Cool GTX
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    Re: evga 2080ti ftw 2019/10/08 08:22:25 (permalink)
    Welcome to the EVGA Forums & Congrats on your first thread
     
    What team do you fold for ?
     
    Is your Folding Name the same as your EVGA forums name ?


    Can you post that picture with better detail using a service like ---> Imgur
     
     
    GPU-Z - check the Sensor Tab for performance information
     
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    Re: evga 2080ti ftw 2019/10/08 09:15:21 (permalink)
    Hello,
     
    Thanks for the reply
    I fold for team evga 111065. Jakkall is my folding name.

    Nothing else in the background.
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    Re: evga 2080ti ftw 2019/10/08 09:55:26 (permalink)

    Welcome to the EVGA Folding Team Jakkall 

    Tell the World you Fold, by adding this to Your signature section



    I would set your CPU to "Finish" ... once you get credit for the WU & after the "cleanup" delete the CPU ... Not Much PPD for the Watts used
     
    Keep the CPU if you really want to ---> set it to use less threads though - currently using 11 of 12 threads  - but only 6 physical cores on i7-8700K
     
    Did you request your passkey ? -- you want it for the Folding bonus points


    OK looking at GPU-Z --> PerfCap Reason(s) ---> VRel & VOp
     
     
              VRel =  Performance is limited by Voltage reliability
     
               VOp = Performance limited by Max operating Voltage [Hardware limit]
     
     
    ---> Are you Using two separate PCIe power cables - from PSU to GPU ?
     
    Are Temp & Performance Maxed in your OC software ?
     
    Did you add more Voltage ?
     
    PSU & age of the PSU ?
     
    Windows set to performance Mode ?
     
    HD set for Never Off ?
     
    Nvidia control panel --> Set to Performance ?  (what if Any changes have you made)
     
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    Re: evga 2080ti ftw 2019/10/08 15:52:03 (permalink)
    So basically for folding cpu is kinda useless getting things done?
    Can i use boinc in parallel with folding or its not worth the hassle?
     
    In regards to the issue i had before...for some reason now its not dropping the freq anymore. But the gpu load stays around 84% at all time. When it was dropping it would hit 92%. I dont know if this  is supposed to fluctuate with the workunits or not.
    i have the core voltage maxed out in  msi afterburner, power limit 124% core temp maxed at 88 but gpu barely goes past 60. Clock +100 mem +800
    Clock doesn't move from 2070 during folding.
    PSU ENERMAX less than 2y old. Titanium spec
     
    How can i add that to the signature and have it update automatically? Adding it as a picture wont allow it to update i suppose..
     
    Thanks!
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    Re: evga 2080ti ftw 2019/10/08 17:41:40 (permalink)
    Add this to your Signature: (right click the image & select "copy image location")   http://piro.pirocast.net/badge/834643.png
     
     
    Every WU is a little different ... happens - No Worries
     
    CPU - Folding is not a good return on your electric.   GPUs do Much better PPD @ less Watts. 

    GPU Folding does Not require or like much of a CPU OC ---> Game or Benchmark Stable OC of your Rig can prove to be Unstable while Folding or Crunching
     
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    Re: evga 2080ti ftw 2019/10/08 19:44:28 (permalink)
    Welcome to the team! I been here 10 years...they won’t let me leave...

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    Re: evga 2080ti ftw 2019/10/08 23:46:00 (permalink)
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    Re: evga 2080ti ftw 2019/10/09 11:20:15 (permalink)
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    Re: evga 2080ti ftw 2019/10/12 12:24:55 (permalink)
    Hi!
    Yes, the 90 seconds is normal.
    the CPU and GPU interact with one another.
    If you look in Windows task manager, you'll see at that time an increase in GPU copy, where the GPU copies the result to the CPU and back, and a brief interruption on GPU workload, and it's dependent on the type of work unit you're working with.
    Perfectly normal.

    If you're overclocking, you might want to test out if a higher or lower overclock affect the drop, as the second reason could be an unstable overclock.
    So keep your eyes on the log.
    Third, you can go to the Nvidia settings GUI panel in Windows or Linux, and set the GPU to 'performance' instead of 'auto'.
    This will keep GPU clocked high, even without a workload.
    It can accelerate your work by bits, but it could also work in the opposite way.
    Like, your GPU won't cool down, causing it to have higher temperatures, and this lower performance.
    Also, when for whatever reason, a project stalls, your GPU will be using more power, without doing work.
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