Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Syranetic, Sep 17, 2020.
Use 3DMark stress test for stabilty framerates on OC I guess
i use time spy because is free, there is anyother free?
Your result seems a bit low
here a compare to my score https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/15518758/spy/15483250\
Seems to be the CPU that makes the difference
and for the sress test check this https://benchmarks.ul.com/news/check-your-pcs-stability-with-new-3dmark-stress-tests
nope look the graphic board score
you get better result on cpu because i9900k is better than i9700k
Ah-ahh! Thanks for the info.
Just finished installing an EK waterblock on my Palit, took forever but damn was it worth it!!! my temps don't go above 40 degrees max, before they where 65 degrees and look how small the 3080 is without that brick of a heatsink
Is it TUF? (update Your profile).
Yeah it's the TUF OC I will update my profile thx
EVGA 3080 XC3 Black on-site and mounted!
No backplate. May have to buy me one
Big ass copper plate
Leak testing done and some initial temperature testing
EKWB Quantum Vector XC3 3080/3090 water block
Time Spy 13927p, GPU never went over 56 C ( with unclocked i5 10600k)
Ashes of Singularity DX12 54-55 C everything on max-DX12 and Vulkan
Heaven benchmark 54-55 C
Lots of air and cavitation noise in the system. Needs to top up and retest. No reservoir in this compact system
Bought a PNY 3080 UPRISING, was the one offered from the store because they just got stock (waited for 3 days since i asked for stock on the 3080 or 6800xt), hopefully tomorrow will be able to install it and give it a go.
NVIDIA Allegedly Sold $175 Million Worth of Ampere GeForce RTX 30 GPUs To Crypto Miners, Could Be A Contributing Factor Behind Immense Shortages
According to Financial Analysts at RBC Captial Markets and Barrons, it is estimated that NVIDIA has sold at least $175 Million worth of GeForce RTX 30 graphics cards utilizing its Ampere GPUs directly to miners.
NVIDIA reported a very strong 37% year-on-year growth in its gaming segment during its Q3 FY21 earnings report.
The company earned a revenue of $2.27 Billion for the gaming segment alone which means if we take out the mining revenue, the company actually earned $2.1 Billion in revenue from Gaming but NVIDIA reports mining sales within its Gaming segment.
$2.1 Billion in revenue from Gaming alone still puts it as the top NVIDIA revenue segment in the outgoing quarter.
For the quarter in review, Nvidia sold at least $175 million worth of new generation GPUs to ethereum miners, helping the outperformance, according to a note from RBC Capital Markets analyst Mitch Steves.
The analyst had guided sales to miners to come in at $150 million for the quarter.
Steves noted that the upcoming network upgrade of the Ethereum blockchain, also known as Ethereum 2.0, which is scheduled to take place sometime in December, demands that miners switch over to more efficient mining hardware.
Nvidia’s new Ampere GPU chips are thought to meet that need.
Bitcoin (via TweakTown)
$175 Million however is no small figure and that would mean a large chunk of GeForce RTX 30 GPU series which were dedicated for gaming purposes were sold out to miners.
The demand from the mining community is on the rise as Bitcoin.com suggests that Ethereum V2.0 is just around the corner and as such demand for more efficient hardware has increased.
250k of RTX3080 at 699€
Oke fiddling around with MSI afterburner OC Scanner it hits 99% and then this
Anybody know's what is going on here I unlocked volt and memory
And here my stress test 3DMark FireStrike https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/53774483?
So I might be joining this topic soon, since RDNA2 turned out to be everything but available, I (somewhat reluctantly) jumped the bandwagen and ordered a magnificent Gigabyte RTX3080 Eagle non-OC, which is a budget board with an apparently decent cooler. It was the "cheapest" and one of the most obtainable 3080s out here, even though I've never had Gigabyte before.
Coming from Radeons in general, I'm kind of surprised there's no immediate way to enforce a higher power target on these things, which really implies it being a budget board.
Is it possible/wouldn't it be an idea to flash the vBios to that of a higher tier Gigabyte card? Like the Eagle OC, Vision, Gaming etc.
Anyone here who has an EVGA 3080 card.. does MSI Afterburner work fine with it?? Does it control all of the fans on the card?
I know in the past when I had a EVGA 1080Ti any of their cards using iCX fans, Afterburner would only control 1 fan. The other two fans would stay off when I tried to do manual fan curves. That of course resulted in very high temps with only 1 fan working and had to abandon Afterburner until I replaced that card. It's been quite a few years since then but hadn't really heard much about this issue.
I really prefer Afterburner over EVGA Precision so hope this isn't a problem anymore.
No. And according to Unwinder it never will. This is why I won't buy anymore EVGA cards.
I figured as much... yah looks like I'll be avoiding EVGA as they went all proprietary on their cooling/fan designs.
Got a shipment confirmation for a 3080 tuf, on monday. After 2.5months.
Aint that something..
I did say the 3080 and its adapter would smoke some fools out of the woodwork,
yep... thats a fail...
Be careful with multi-rail PSUs to.
@Astyanax Change that img to thumbnail pls