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  1. #11
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    Thank you Silent Scone@ROG !

    It did work for some time, unfortunately I'm plagued with issues agan.

    Strix rtx3090 OC
    Bios v2
    GPUTweak V2.2.9.5
    Nvidia 461.40


    rtx3090 running on P Bios setting
    Temp <30, Watt: <54
    GPUTweak settings and results:

    Gaming Mode
    0db fan on: all fans run at at least 1000rpm never lower
    0db fan off: fans go to 0rpm then short contineous bursts and back to 0

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by fly4beer View Post
    Thank you Silent Scone@ROG !

    It did work for some time, unfortunately I'm plagued with issues agan.

    Strix rtx3090 OC
    Bios v2
    GPUTweak V2.2.9.5
    Nvidia 461.40


    rtx3090 running on P Bios setting
    Temp <30, Watt: <54
    GPUTweak settings and results:

    Gaming Mode
    0db fan on: all fans run at at least 1000rpm never lower
    0db fan off: fans go to 0rpm then short contineous bursts and back to 0

    Â*I am also having trouble with the card. Brand new one. Â*The fans are constantly spining at 1000 RPM in idle mode. The clock speed is locked at 210mhz in idle but the power draw is 58w minimum with 120w spikes. https://imgur.com/a/QWMSBck The 0DB function does not work with this card so the fans always stay on. Taken from the ASUS site: https://preview.redd.it/lgbdmrqn5hd6...=webp&b6d81afc I have 2 monitors: \- Odyssey G7 1440p - 240hz \- Alienware 2518hf - 1080p - 120hz With only the G7 plugged in the idle draw is 48w. With only the Alienware plugged in the idle draw is 45w. I tried running multiple refresh rate combinations using these two monitors but to no avail. Whenever they are both plugged in, the card draws too much power and the fans keep spinning. I also tried a custom fan curve in Afterburner but that solution just make the fans stop and start constantly when going above 50c and below 50c.

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