Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by The Phoenix, Nov 4, 2020.
3070ti is a power hungry card. Im sure it can pull 250w easily.
My undervolt in effect, not even topping 50C in control, very happy with this card for gaming.
Yes it is and you dont seem to be pushing the card or have a capped framerate.
this is 3070 owner thread
just got this beauty for my nephew for 500usd
did a 5min undervolt to 1680mhz/800mV to reduce power consumption from ~210W down to ~120W in CP2077 @ 1080p, while losing about 8%FPS vs stock (1980mhz/1.083V)
new or used ? my favorite way is to use a little more mv and mhz but cap fps overall the power stays the same but games run smoother when fps capped
yeah but the 120W power comsuption kinda surprise me, coming from the 120W GTX1060, the 3070 at 120W offer 2.5x higher raw FPS .
ampere is incredibly inefficiently tuned out of the box I got 3060ti to run dl2 at 60fps at under 80w
I prefer retaining the same performance when undervolted or even gain performance with undervolt+overclock.
Yup, probably thanks to Samsung 8N clocking poorly at higher voltage I guess, TSMC 7nm would clock much higher at higher voltage, probably why Nvidia went with TSMC N4 with ADA.
When undervolting Ampere, the clock offset is huge, my 3090 get +340mhz when undervolt to 750mV, the new 3070 probably get higher core clock offset but I settle for +315mhz since I don't want to waste time stress testing.
<10% FPS difference is not noticeable anyways, the 90W saving is probably more noticeable , especially when my nephew doesn't run AC.
10-15% is basically a difference between 3060ti and 3070 so it could be noticeable but still nephew is probably very happy, its a nice card.
Yeah I sold his 2060S for 500usd last year, now he got a free upgrade to one of the best 3070 model , the 3070 Aorus Master is a very nice piece of hardware, completely silent under load, Core and hotspot temps are all good.
Though there is no temp reading for Memory Tjunction, so probably only G6X has the temp sensors.
Is there a big difference in 3060Ti and 3070 when it comes ray tracing ? What about the temperatures?
Just picked up a new Gigabyte RTX 3070 Gaming OC (Finally) for 530 euros.
After 2+ something of Years of waiting for prices to come down this is the lowest they have ever been here in Greece.
In the meantime i picked up a 27inch LG UltraGear QHD IPS 1ms 144Hz HDR Monitor with G-sync compatibility, from a 32inch 1080p 60hz panel.
Coming from a GTX 1070 i can say i am very satisfied with the performance, about twice as fast at minimum and the ability to finally try out RTX, DLSS, I couldn't be happier.
The only downside is the 8gb of vram ( i know ) but my budget did not allow me to stretch a little bit further to at least a RTX 3080 10GB, lowest price from at least a known brand like Gigabyte Gaming starting at 900 euros.
So far so good at 28c ambient card didn't breach 64c at a steady 1950mhz
I fully understand that this is a 2 year old card with the new RTX 4000 series around the corner but F--k it, the only thing that matters is that i am happy and fully satisfied.
Maybe there are reviews out there and maybe there is even a way to search for those reviews.
Just purchased a EVGA 3070 TI for under £400, just hoping it's better than the 2070 RTX I currently have! Couldn't afford the 3080 as it was still out of my price range
Feels bad man I'm selling my RTX 3080 here in the netherlands at the moment
Hello guys, getting my hands on a 3070 today i found for 210$, fingers crossed, it s a zotac twin edge oc 2 fans, whats the best undervolt for it? And what temps.should i expect with 1440p.monitor thx
I think i got bad silicon lottery, my MSI 3070 Ventus 2X OC seems not able to run more than 1890mhz