Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by AndreiCE, Oct 29, 2019.
Can you poste settings and pics on how you did that.
Tnx in advanced
at 2060 super
undervoltage settings did not work on my BIOS. Have you reflashed your graphics card?
on 2070 super undervolting works.
on my rev.1.1 it works. did the undervolt on 1815 mhz with 0.818v works great.
temp goes to 73 degrees max. fan curve is also edited, Bios ver.is FX0
I had rev.1.0. Bios F2
Yeah thats a bummrr..gigabyte should put a decent heathpipe cooling in a first place to start with. I think this will be my last card from Gigabyte . It all works fine after undervolting but thats a second time i got a bad expirience with Gigabyte...so next time maybe Ausus, Msi i dont know
Can someone help me out?
Having the exact same problem with Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER WINDFORCE OC 8G (GV-N206SWF2OC-8GD). Overheating...
undervolt on 1815 mhz with 0.818v works great.
temp goes to 73 degrees max
Use msi afterburner, you can find tons of info how to do undervolt on youtube. Good luck
Doesnt work for me... Just crashed right after I open heaven benchmark
try this settings in msi afterburner
You can't really just set someone else's undervolt setting and it will work. What you're supposed to do is have a windowed bench running (heaven & valley run in windowed mode) and gradually adjust the curve as the bench is running. That being said, most cards can drop to around 900mV. If you can get to 900mV, I would just stop there, there wouldn't be much benefit going any lower. Once you have that set, you can then also just slide the Power Limit slider in MSI AB all the way down to 71% which will offer you a few more degrees saved with minimal lost to performance.
~ Zotac 2060 Super Mini owner (x2 fans.)
No we really cant can we..but we have the same card so similar settings should work wouldnt they? I got some good resaults undervolting the card on 0.837V so yes..you can go lower than 0.900v. But dont worrie 83 degrees is normal and should not overheat your card anyway. Mostly i run my card on default settings ..here and ther i try my undervolt profile. I see no performance drop. But you should test your own underv.settings with benchmark for stability issues. Good luck and have fun..if ur card hits 83 ° its not the end of the world..just gigabyte cooling sucks big time. Thats it.