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RTX 2070 thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by pharma, Oct 15, 2018.

  1. GonTakuma

    GonTakuma New Member

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    Just wanted to say that My Geforce Windforce 2070 RTX Runs just fine.
    Fortnite in 1440p = arround 110fps
    BattleField V in 1440p high + RT on low = arround 60fps
    Rocket League in 1440p max = 144FPS steady
    No crashes or whatsoever so far.
     
  2. Cyberdyne

    Cyberdyne Ancient Guru

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    NVM this deserves new thread
     
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  3. endbase

    endbase Master Guru

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    After my first card died I have a new one just did a stress test in 3dMark and got 99% on the framerate stability not bad I think :)

    [​IMG]

    Greetz Base
     
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  4. dsbig

    dsbig Ancient Guru

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    why no sticky thread for 2070 owners..

    wheres the love?
     
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  5. endbase

    endbase Master Guru

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    +1
     
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  6. DStealth

    DStealth Master Guru

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  7. blitz72

    blitz72 Master Guru

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  8. alanm

    alanm Ancient Guru

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    For that price, I would say yes. Assuming you read the reviews and are OK with the performance gain over the 1070.
     
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  9. GRGSHS

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    I own a 2070 after oc this gpu
    wins a 1080TI
     
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  10. GRGSHS

    GRGSHS Member

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    True for dx12
    falls behind 1080ti 5-10% in dx11 titles
    always 1080ti standard clocks vs 2070 oced gpu+cpu
    but very strong against 1070.
     
  11. AsiJu

    AsiJu Ancient Guru

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    Yeah at stock 2070 is slightly faster or even with 1080, but in some areas, especially Vulkan performance, a 2070 may beat a 1080 Ti even.

    Turing has a huge perf boost vs. Pascal in Vulkan.
     

  12. Guru01

    Guru01 Master Guru

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    Anybody here running the Evga GeForce RTX 2070 Black Gaming card? How is micron vs. Samsung memory overclock? Which mhz does it boost to without manual overclock? How far were you able to overclock it manually? How much Mhz can you go up on the core and the memory? Thanks in advance.

    https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=08G-P4-1071-KR
     
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    Guru01 Master Guru

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  14. The_Amazing_X

    The_Amazing_X Master Guru

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  15. Noisiv

    Noisiv Ancient Guru

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    My 2070 Strix came with Micron memory. Beautiful card, super sweet product all around. EXCEPT FOR: it failed during the first week LOL

    I suspect that OC-ing memory on 2070 is pointless - because it already has as much bandwidth as RTX 2080, yet it has -25% of rest of the hardware.
     
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  16. blitz72

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    Well I finally broke down and bit the bullet..... I got that card. I had a friend that was gonna sell me one and I waited too long and his other half made him send it back.... Soooo, I looked around and found one on Amazon. It was a used one and said in very good condition. I was nervous(it was in my cart for 2 days b4 I hit the place order button lolz). So I finally got it yesterday and it was in the original box(minus the sleeve), the seal on the bag was broke but the protective film was still on the top and bottom of the card. Looked very clean. Popped it in and it works!!!! This thing is a beast. It's super quiet and runs super cool! I'll post a couple of my 3dmark Timespy results below.

    This was my 1070
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/5762340

    This is the 2070 out of the box
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/6604428

    This is the 2070 with a pretty good oc
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/6606115

    I have yet to see it break 61c after running anything(my 1070 was loud and hot(80c+ when gaming and benching). I paid $450(for the 2070) for it and I even get a game with it(thought I wouldn't cause it's used). I keep raising the gpu clock and it keeps working and staying cool(Gonna stop were I'm at for a lil and see how it goes It's at +150 on the core and +1100 on the mem. Soo, so far so good. I be super happy... It has Samsung memory too. :)

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    Port Royal out of the box
    https://www.3dmark.com/pr/64508

    Port Royal with the same oc as above in TimeSpy
    https://www.3dmark.com/pr/64565
     
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  17. dsbig

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    did a stress test using prime95 and furmark at 4k max settings.....

    nothing went above 61c for the time I ran, which was a half hour. not much, just wanted to see if my psu fan still works. it only runs if it gets warm, which it hardly ever gets warm...
     
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  18. AuerX

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    I like my PNY RTX 2070 OC. It serves me well in a Dell T3600 workstation and will add another year or so to this setup.

    It's coupled to a LG 4K monitor and mostly used for Photography related tasks and a few games.

    [​IMG]
     
  19. wader2k

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    Quick question ... I see folks talking about TU106-400-A1 and TU106-400A-A1
    I see TU106 and Rev A1 in GPU-Z but I'm not sure where you see 400 or 400A?

    I have an MSI Ventus - also noticed it has Samsung Memory. Is this good or bad?
    Haven't had the need to overclock up till now... what is the easiest way to go about it? Afterburner?

    btw... Furmark temps get up a little over 80 (83ish if i remember right) ran it for a good 20minutes. Does this seem ok?

    Runs Witcher 3 just fine on Ultra settings.. over 100fps .. .even Hairworks.. but this is at 1980x1200... Monitor upgrade coming!
     
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  20. AsiJu

    AsiJu Ancient Guru

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    I think you can only see which chip it is by removing cooler and checking what's marked on the die. Not sure though.

    Alternatively check some reviews for the card, likely you'll find one where this is mentioned.

    Samsung memory is very good.

    AB is the easiest way to overclock. Just use OC Scanner for an easy overclock.

    80+ temps are somewhat high I think, even in Furmark. I have MSI Armor and it never exceeds 70 C, gaming temps are between 60 ... 68 usually.
    The card will temp throttle past 83 C so maybe replace thermal paste on the die, you can check the chip while at it.

    Yeah Witcher 3 runs very well with this card :)
     
  21. alanm

    alanm Ancient Guru

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    80+ temps is quite normal with something like furmark with the majority of cards. I would not take apart the card to replace the paste for something like this, which I doubt will make much of a difference and would likely void the warranty. Tbh, nobody should be using furmark any more, its a useless program that does not represent real world gaming scenarios in any way.
     
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