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2080 Ti Aorus - crashing only in firestrike

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by jmmy23, Mar 15, 2019.

  1. jmmy23

    jmmy23 Member Guru

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    Hi. I have a weird problem. My oc is memory +1000mhz and gpu core +85 ,stable all games ,time spy,unigine,and others. Power limit maxed,voltage maxed ,fan 100%.

    But in fire strike gpu test 1 can crash driver on looped test.
    I tried to lower overclock to +25 and memory +0 but still crashing. I am using 419.35 drivers.
    Is this issue with my card or just gpu test 1 FS is too much demanding?

    If i oc even on 25+ it crash but on stock not crash from the other side.

    But on all games i have +85core and 1000+memory stable.

    i was trying everything even fan 100% power limit 100%-120%-133%, voltage max or not, memory 0+ its still crashing in gpu test 1 firestrike. Loop max 3-4 minutes. Temps low still.

    In games,other benches,time spy,port royal ---> 2070mhz stable , memory 1000+. In fire strike gpu test 1 1920-1950 not stable . ?!!
     
  2. SSJBillClinton

    SSJBillClinton Master Guru

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    I say this in every thread like this because I had the exact same issue and it was driving me mad, but how is the power connected to the card? Are you using 2 separate PCI-E cables from the PSU, or are you using one cable with 2 connectors on the end?

    I was using 1 cable, adding an additional cable fixed all my issues.
     
  3. jmmy23

    jmmy23 Member Guru

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    not cables related

    I reinstalled MSI AFTERBURNER and using AORUS ENGINE UTILITY i raised clock again and showing VREL/PWR and no crashing. So it was oc issue program bug something i messed.

    Currently +70 core / 700memory + and stable fire strike.
     
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  4. SSJBillClinton

    SSJBillClinton Master Guru

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    Weird, glad it's sorted dude!
     

  5. jmmy23

    jmmy23 Member Guru

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    Damn one time it crashed but with Afterburner RIva OSD monitoring. Dont know if oc or riva tuner caused display crash. Maybe i will turn down oc a bit like -5mhz on core ,but hard to reproduce. Anyway i go -5 and try longer loop. Or maybe that was caused by afterburner?
     
  6. airbud7

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    easy fix....stop playing fire strike....Far Cry 5 is much much better....
     
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  7. jmmy23

    jmmy23 Member Guru

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    Yeah i know, thx airbud7 but want to be sure all is stable even in firestrike.

    Ok using MSI OC SCANNER. First test on stock. ANd then....

    Max limit power,temp limit,voltage max and click scan? Or all default,scan and on the end all max?

    After scan when i clicked test i think curve was go to lower and boost was lower but before test i must click apply or not?
     
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  8. jmmy23

    jmmy23 Member Guru

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    Something is f**** up. Even without curve my voltage fluctuating like crazy,maybe its normal? I have maxed sliders power ,temp,voltage. One time on 2020mhz is 1.870v ,second time is 1.050v. Its random. Its normal? Sometimes on 1950 is 1.340v ,sometimes its 1.670v,1870v etc. I am testing firestrike gpu test 1 and i have crashing when i am looped. Even on small oc is crash.
    Even +20 core boost, and crash after 10 min or 30min or 4 hours. Tried on stock memory but still crashing.
    Only not crashing when gpu core is on stock + still all limits maxed,but stock boost ( 1695mhz ).

    My psu is fine.
    Corsair 850RmX



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    Ah its only firestrike gpu 1 test. On all games and other benches i am stable on 2080mhz even .
    I am too stupid to make own curve:(I dont understand that dots,what and where to move etc lol
     
  9. jura11

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    Hi there

    With V/F curve applied correctly yours voltage shouldn't fluctuate

    Regarding the FireStrike Graphic Test 1 looped, I would check if you are hitting any limit in GPU-Z and suspecting in Event Viewer you will see nvlddmkm error which is TDR

    Please read review of RTX 2080Ti and mainly OC how is done, try with max power limit set and default or max, temp limit max, voltage keep stock or 0 and click scan, then apply or save these settings to yours profile etc, its easy there

    You can try changing in Nvidia panel power management mode to prefer performance, Adaptive or Optimal mode, in some games or benchmarks this can help, I know in some games performance mode will cause TDR which is strange

    If in games yours OC is stable then I would ignore any benchmark, same applies to any OC to CPU, have look friend 8700k is running I think 5.1GHz which is stable like in gaming or rendering, but in Prime or OCCT 4.4.2 it will crash, I tested his CPU in 24/7 render test and passed with flying colors and didn't crashed, in OCCT 4.4.2 I needed to raise voltage to 1.51v from 1.34v to be stable and refused to run such voltage just for one test or benchmarks, due this I ignore such benchmarks if his CPU is stable what he is doing

    Regarding the how to use V/F curve or how to OC through this, please check this YT



    Hope this helps

    Thanks, Jura
     
  10. jmmy23

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  11. jura11

    jura11 Ancient Guru

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    Hi there

    Personally I would use two separate PCI_E cables for GPU, this I'm running on all my 4* GPUs but ky PSU is Superflower 8pack 2000W but previously I run dual PSU setup(Seasonic 1250w XM2 and Corsair RM750W)

    I would try both, running with single then with two separate PCI_E cables and check for any stability issues


    Hope this helps

    Thanks, Jura
     
  12. jmmy23

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    Ok i made a CURVE thank you ! ITS WORKING FLAWLESSLY 1.870v to 1.930v but sometimes it dips from 2055mhz to 1965mhz and go up again to 2055mhz. Why?
     
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  13. jura11

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    Hi there

    Check again if you not hitting any limit, power or thermal limit, voltage etc

    In FireStrike you should see higher utilisation and you can be close or will be hitting power limit, if you are hitting Power Limit then only option is available for you flash with different BIOS like XOC or Galax 380W BIOS

    You want see stable voltage or no drops from 1.093v to 1.08v or less, if you are seeing this redo again V/F curve

    Hope this helps

    Thanks, Jura
     
  14. Chastity

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    Yep, single rail. He can use the one cable, just make sure it isn't getting too hot when under load. However, his system has 6 PCI-E cables, so the manufacturer intended to support up to Tri-SLI with 2x8pin cards, so I would use 2 cables.
     
  15. jmmy23

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    How many clock core mhz increasemt in curve? 13-20 ? i mean how much lowering everytime

    It keep resetting everytime
     

  16. jura11

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    Hi there

    Here is my V/F curve,its 2070MHz at 1.05v and 800MHz on VRAM,this is with Galax 380W BIOS

    [​IMG]

    Hope this helps

    Thanks,Jura
     
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  17. jmmy23

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    Ok but if i am hitting pwr limit that curve not make sense?

    Also question about oc scanner. So maxed power limit,temp limit before scan? If yes...then after scan ,click apply settings and test? Or immidiatelly test and after test apply settings?

    I ask because after scan when i am clicking test ( without applying ) it making curve and finally no adding clocks after apply. On finish i am stock again . Any ideas? So maybe not clicking test?
     
  18. jura11

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    Hi there

    If you are hitting Power Limit then voltage frequency curve will not help you, you can try run less voltage 1.05v and smaller OC 2050MHz with which you shouldn't hit power limit

    OC Scanner here is how is done by over here by @Hilbert Hagedoorn when he OC the cards in his reviews

    1. Set power limiter to max
    2. Find your stable memory frequency (e.g. +1000)
    3. Leave voltage control at default
    4. Hit the OC scanner (takes 10 minutes)
    5. Once finished hit apply in AfterBurner.
    6. Run the Test, and peek at the results.
    7. Enjoy your near perfect automated tweaks.
    Hope this helps

    Thanks, Jura
     
  19. jmmy23

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    I was doing exactly what you said. But after test it resetting my clocks to default i dont know why.
     
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    some card with similar behavior i return back to seller and new card working without issues...
     

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