Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by XenthorX, Sep 24, 2020.
I mean, it's obvious, you have a goblin in your PC
j/k, nice rig
did that last night, it was smooth sailing for almost 2hrs, i quit the game without any freezing/crashes
Danny, keep looking at CCL, twice now I have seen stock for gigabyte and MSI 3090s. They appeared in stock around 12:00 - 13:30. Also sign up to there notification for each card.
I had a chance to buy one but already committed to buying an evga 3080 ftw ultra.
If you use GPUz on the sensor tab and enable logging, you can go back after a game and see what your temps, clock speeds, fan speeds, and all that good stuff. It's a great way of keeping track of what you are doing, just remember to disable logging again after wards or it keeps writing as long as GPUz is open.
Finally I can join the club.
Decided to not do SLI this time. If I encounter a Game in the Future that a single 3090 has a hard time running on 4K 120hz, Then I might consider doing SLI again if the game supports SLI.
Wise choice not going sli this time...
Control with DLSS off, Watch Dogs 2 with Temporal Filtering off. These are the two I want a 3090 for.
Thanks mate, I will do that. I would rather have the FE, but no harm getting notified for these. Cheers.
You can't play Control DLSS off with all raytracing option, not at 4K at least, 1440p seems doable.
Thank you for the information. A £1500 video card can't do that? Interesting.
Its only when you raising power limit have shutdowns?
OCP is being triggered due to the extreme peaks exceeding more than 1ms, i suspect your in game framerate is quite volatile and inconsistent due to cpu limitation, with a sustained load the spiky peaks shouldn't happen quite so much.
I am buying Rtx 3090 Palit GamingPro. Also my Psu is Seasonic 750-TX Ultra Titanium Plus. So without oc and raising power limit i will not have shutdowns like my friend here?
rest is 9700K,32gb ram,1hdd,1sdd
Finally EK customer rep email me that the EK full cover water block and backplate for my Asus rtx 3090 Tuf Gaming OC will be shipping within 2 weeks ( before end of the month ) . Meanwhile i bought a Ram cooler water block that i will attached to the backplate wish will help cool the back of the cards because it gets very hot , scorching hot and that's why some video cards have problems overclocking the ram and core due to high temperatures as i have tested this already ( I measured with a Fluke digital multimeter probe and a ir temp gun ) -
Low temperatures on the back of the pcb area ~ 42c where there is lots of ram and the 2 vrms back area = stable overclocks of mem ( for me max stable memory overclock is 1351Mhz with high cfm Noctua industrial 140mm fan attached to the back of the card ) , High temperatures on the back of the pcb area ~89c ( no fan ) where there is lots of ram and the 2 vrms back area = stable overclocks of mem ( of only 1290Mhz ). So , guys you need to have some high air flow on the back of this cards to cool it for stability purposes as this back area gets scorching hot , i tested this after a few hours of red dead redemption gameplay non stop.
This is the ram cooler waterblock from ocool for 6 memory sticks - https://www.performance-pcs.com/wat...6-universal-acetal-black-nickel-ac-17273.html , that will be attached with artic alumina thermal adhesive thermal compound to the EK back plate - http://www.arcticsilver.com/arctic_alumina_thermal_adhesive.htm .
It will look like this :
You should be fine on that PSU, it is ridiculously powerful for a 750 watt and more than meets the recommended needs of RTX 3090 at reference clocks and power settings. I would NOT suggest bios based or other method of power increases beyond card's default limit on that PSU though. At all. Run the GPU at stock and that PSU is fine.
I should point out that the Palit 3090 is essentially the same exact card as my PNY 3090 XLR8. I'm running on a Corsair HX850i, but have only monitored peak total system power at ~650 watts for the whole system loaded up. Specs are 7700K@5Ghz, 32Gb DDR4 3200mhz, 512Gb M.2, 6Tb HDD, 240mm AIO, and never have seen anything over 650 watts, and that was only a BRIEF peak while testing Furmark only. Nothing else, not game nor benchmark makes this machine even hit 650 watts, around 635-638 watts seems to be where full load hovers around.
Your machine should pull similar power load to mine. Your PSU has overhead left after adding 3090, yer fine.
Edit: CPU @ stock speeds results in much lower wattage use even. Doesn't even crack 600 watts without CPU overclock in place.
I did some testing of the Asus Tuf Gaming OC rtx 3090 after doing all the v.mods and running it on my dual compressor single stage phase unit at -50c iddle and -33c load . This video cards love low temperatures and will perform their best at lowest temps possible on your cooling of choice , please make sure you have good air flow if on air cooling , water cooling is a must for overclockers !
** Just for fun , hwbot competitive benchmarking **
Asus Tuf Gaming OC rtx 3090 running at 2430/1351Mhz at -33c load.
2310/1350Mhz at -33c
Regarding MLCC/Pos-caps discussion, checking MLCC behaviour with temperature indicate that they are drastically more dependant on temperature than Pos-caps.
ASUS gpus being full of MLCCs lower temperature make it all the more favorable!
PCMR called and you picked up nice