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    Question 2080 ti 011g oc

    Hi guys, I am wondering what your OC is like for this card? In Afterburner, I can get to +150 core and +550 memory. That only puts me at 1888mhz memory and 1810 boost clock. I feel like the card is capable of much more. Any suggestions?

    Thank you!

    PS: I am running a 750W PSU, and each 8pin on the card is separate (no daisy chain). I have an i5-6600k OC'd to 4ghz, and 32gb ddr4 (4x8).

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    did you rise temperature, voltage and power limit sliders to the max?

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    Quote Originally Posted by x-rated View Post
    did you rise temperature, voltage and power limit sliders to the max?
    Yes I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasput1n View Post
    Hi guys, I am wondering what your OC is like for this card? In Afterburner, I can get to +150 core and +550 memory. That only puts me at 1888mhz memory and 1810 boost clock. I feel like the card is capable of much more. Any suggestions?

    Thank you!

    PS: I am running a 750W PSU, and each 8pin on the card is separate (no daisy chain). I have an i5-6600k OC'd to 4ghz, and 32gb ddr4 (4x8).
    How are you monitoring the boost clock? The actual boost clock under load will be higher than this depending on power, load, and thermal conditions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ASUS View Post
    How are you monitoring the boost clock? The actual boost clock under load will be higher than this depending on power, load, and thermal conditions.
    Hi, thanks for the response! I am monitoring with GPU-Z in game. My Average clocks in game are around 1850, with a high of 2010. I alt-tab out to desktop and open up gpu-z when the game starts and then set it to average, so I am not collecting data from idling. Not that these numbers are bad by any means, but I feel this card is capable of more. Average temperatures in game are around 72*, peak energy consumption is around 325, and mem clock stays at a constant 1937.5.

    I appreciate your time; thank you!

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    You can monitor GPU clocks with HWinfo running minimized. It will give you current, min, max and avg.*

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    Using GPU Tweak II on my Strix 011G, I found that 1750 (+100) clock boost and 15500 (7750) mem speed were about the highest I could set to pass the 20 minute Time Spy Extreme stress test. Max boost around 2050-2100 and power +28%. When I pushed mem speed to 16000 (8000), the temperature would elevate above 72, and the test wouldn't finish. Many days now of stress testing at 15500 and no trouble. I think pushing the mem too far may in many cases be why it fails over weeks or days. It seems some mem gets hotter than the GPU temp.

    This Max X Hero rig is intended to be air cooled, with a U14S on the 8700K. I have a front TY-143 (2500 rpm 140) confined to the GPU with rear exit, and hooked to its front header; not quite as good as open air. Still experimenting.
    Last edited by hdtvnut; 01-13-2019 at 08:07 PM.

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    My system is similar to yours.

    I can't pass from 150mhz core and 800mhz memories.

    We are been limited by power while cheaper cards from other brands have more freedom with power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by menko2 View Post
    My system is similar to yours.

    I can't pass from 150mhz core and 800mhz memories.

    We are been limited by power while cheaper cards from other brands have more freedom with power.
    150MHz offset is quite high. Even with a higher TDP, simply increasing the offset slider to 150MHz on the default boost curve will likely result in instability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ASUS View Post
    150MHz offset is quite high. Even with a higher TDP, simply increasing the offset slider to 150MHz on the default boost curve will likely result in instability.
    I have it like this for 2 weeks and no problems so far with 150mhz in the core.

    I run benchmarks and been playing games. All good.

    The only thing I didnt touch I'd the voltage. Don't want to risk it.

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