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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathscythes View Post
    I have done some testing, I am pretty underwhelmed to be honest... I wonder what ASUS meant when they stated the Matrix were the top5% of strix...
    I'll get back later on that, forgive me but i barely did any testing stock since some issue distracted me.
    All the tests were run on my 7980XE at 5GHz and 3.3GHz mesh with the dimms clocked at 3800MHz CL14

    The only test I ran stock was firestrike, I know the CPU is a limiting factor here nontheless the card scored nearly 37K in it's stock configuration with a peak clock at 2010MHz.
    To compare my overclocked 2080 Ti Strix peaking at 2115MHz scored 35700.
    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19195362

    If you checked that result I am sure you figured out what issue distracted me from doing more stock testing...
    Generic VGA... I don't get it. I have reinstalled the drivers, reinstalled 3DMark but to this day my submission are still invalid whereas the 3DMark app does recognize the card.
    Oh well lets move to another issue.

    For some reason the card first refused to take any power limit or voltage increase...
    Reinstalling the drivers did nothing. Reflashing the bios with the same one downloaded from TPU fixed it. Really weird...

    When it comes to the VRAM that's as expected from samsung mine seems to scale up to 2090MHz.
    However when it comes to clockspeeds I really am not impressed so far please please note that I have very little experience with Turing overclocking.

    The card seem to be able to do 2115MHz at 1.068V. but I can't really tell since it clocks down quickly after.
    Playing with the voltage / clock curve is necessary here. The thing is that with the AIO the temps take a bit of time to rise so you'll start with a very aggressive overclocking which is going to limit the offset you can apply and once the temps come down you find yourself with a very weak OC thanks to GPU boost.
    In superposition 1080p extreme leaving the fans on auto, the card would first run at 2115MHz and finish at a ridiculous 1900MHz due to the temperature moving from 44°C to 68°C (on top of my head)
    Running the test again with the fans maxed out the card slowly clocked down to a much more respectable 2040MHz at the end of the test scoring 10200.

    Sorry as I don't have win10 installed I didn't do any Time Spy run.
    However I did run Firestrike Ultra, Extreme and classic with a peak clock of 2115MHz and the memory at 2085MHz
    respectively the Graphics score respectively reached : 9225, 18921 and 39097
    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19214905
    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19214879
    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19214678

    So yeah I really feel underwhelmed for now considering some strix do 2190MHz on air according to der8auer and I would think a top5% bin should be able to come a lot closer especially with a higher power limit.

    I am currently shunt modding the card, it's going to be fun I hope.
    https://i.imgur.com/FuLToWH.jpg

    Anyway, the second card ships next week, hopefully it's going to be better.
    Wow, if thats the case, I am going to be dissapointed. My Strix 2080ti will do 2025 mhz stable in mostly all games at 65C @ 70% fan speed.

  2. #122
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathscythes View Post
    I have done some testing, I am pretty underwhelmed to be honest... I wonder what ASUS meant when they stated the Matrix were the top5% of strix...
    I'll get back later on that, forgive me but i barely did any testing stock since some issue distracted me.
    All the tests were run on my 7980XE at 5GHz and 3.3GHz mesh with the dimms clocked at 3800MHz CL14

    The only test I ran stock was firestrike, I know the CPU is a limiting factor here nontheless the card scored nearly 37K in it's stock configuration with a peak clock at 2010MHz.
    To compare my overclocked 2080 Ti Strix peaking at 2115MHz scored 35700.
    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19195362

    If you checked that result I am sure you figured out what issue distracted me from doing more stock testing...
    Generic VGA... I don't get it. I have reinstalled the drivers, reinstalled 3DMark but to this day my submission are still invalid whereas the 3DMark app does recognize the card.
    Oh well lets move to another issue.

    For some reason the card first refused to take any power limit or voltage increase...
    Reinstalling the drivers did nothing. Reflashing the bios with the same one downloaded from TPU fixed it. Really weird...

    When it comes to the VRAM that's as expected from samsung mine seems to scale up to 2090MHz.
    However when it comes to clockspeeds I really am not impressed so far please please note that I have very little experience with Turing overclocking.

    The card seem to be able to do 2115MHz at 1.068V. but I can't really tell since it clocks down quickly after.
    Playing with the voltage / clock curve is necessary here. The thing is that with the AIO the temps take a bit of time to rise so you'll start with a very aggressive overclocking which is going to limit the offset you can apply and once the temps come down you find yourself with a very weak OC thanks to GPU boost.
    In superposition 1080p extreme leaving the fans on auto, the card would first run at 2115MHz and finish at a ridiculous 1900MHz due to the temperature moving from 44°C to 68°C (on top of my head)
    Running the test again with the fans maxed out the card slowly clocked down to a much more respectable 2040MHz at the end of the test scoring 10200.

    Sorry as I don't have win10 installed I didn't do any Time Spy run.
    However I did run Firestrike Ultra, Extreme and classic with a peak clock of 2115MHz and the memory at 2085MHz
    respectively the Graphics score respectively reached : 9225, 18921 and 39097
    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19214905
    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19214879
    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19214678

    So yeah I really feel underwhelmed for now considering some strix do 2190MHz on air according to der8auer and I would think a top5% bin should be able to come a lot closer especially with a higher power limit.

    I am currently shunt modding the card, it's going to be fun I hope.
    https://i.imgur.com/FuLToWH.jpg

    Anyway, the second card ships next week, hopefully it's going to be better.

    Your post makes a strong case for the Strix 2080Ti OC edition and leaves me feeling like the Matrix is just a waste of money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SatinWhitePearl View Post
    Your post makes a strong case for the Strix 2080Ti OC edition and leaves me feeling like the Matrix is just a waste of money.
    I've litterally been thinking the SAME thing ... Especially after reading some negative feed back about the pump noise... Might as well just get an OC STRIX...

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    well, I wasnt expecting this untill tuesday, but it actually came early...... Click image for larger version. 

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  5. #125
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    So , i just dialed in a nice overclock. Spent about 15 minutes playing AC Oddessey. Max clock was 2145, averaged 2115 with 15500 on the memory speed. Max temps 61C. Damn impressive. Click image for larger version. 

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Deathscythes PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by SatinWhitePearl View Post
    Your post makes a strong case for the Strix 2080Ti OC edition and leaves me feeling like the Matrix is just a waste of money.
    Yeah go for the strix and flash the matrix bios on it, just hope it comes with samsung memory it actually makes a significant difference. At least for me compared to my Strix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1mluer View Post
    Wow ok.. Let us know how the shunt works.

    From what I can tell and what you are saying you are having temperature issues ? what case do you have etc..
    Sorry If it's confusing no temps are fine, just that because it's an aio it varies a lot during load, the time for the coolant to reach equilibrium.
    Here is the build back in december but it was never completed. It's an Enthoo Elite and the case is open for now.


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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array 1mluer PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by skyhopper01 View Post
    well, I wasnt expecting this untill tuesday, but it actually came early...... Click image for larger version. 

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    Nice Pop it in and get to clocking. We need DATA. This should of been done over the last 6 months like all the other cards on the market. I hope we aren't hiding something here. Everyone needs to max it out and post your experience.

    Places like gamers nexus and linus tech tips should of been doing this back in January but no one got them.
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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array 1mluer PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathscythes View Post
    Yeah go for the strix and flash the matrix bios on it, just hope it comes with samsung memory it actually makes a significant difference. At least for me compared to my Strix.
    Is that really Doable ?
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    Everything overclocked and love it.
    ROG Awesomeness !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1mluer View Post
    Nice Pop it in and get to clocking. We need DATA. This should of been done over the last 6 months like all the other cards on the market. I hope we aren't hiding something here. Everyone needs to max it out and post your experience.

    Places like gamers nexus and linus tech tips should of been doing this back in January but no one got them.
    Agreed! Clocks have been good thus far with AC Oddessey. 2145 max 2115 average.

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