The RTX 2080 Thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by JoonyDoom, Sep 18, 2018.

  1. Barry J

    Barry J Ancient Guru

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    Your RTX 2080 scores a lot less than mine guess that's the silicon lottery and this is using my every day overclock using OC scanner get slightly higher clocks with manual overclock


    Score 24 019 with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080(1x) and Intel Core i7-8700K Processor
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    30 025
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    Combined Score
    10 690

    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/19300206
     
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  2. gerardfraser

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    LOL I lost the silicone lottery.
     
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  3. gerardfraser

    gerardfraser Ancient Guru

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    OMG My 2600X is as good as your 2700X score ,you must have lost the silicone lottery.Wink :D
     
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    So i've upgraded my CPU to a 8700k

    is 2080 RTX Ventus 8GB (NO OC) a good GPU? someone offered to me for 600€ on second hand, 3 months old
     

  5. gerardfraser

    gerardfraser Ancient Guru

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    I have purchased a couple RTX2080 cards and the best card from used to new was a used Zotac AMP Gaming RTX2080 from amazon.So it all depends on how lucky you are if it is a good used card and even better if you know the person.

    Well if in Spain the RTX 2080 card is over 900€.Then yes I would say it is a good deal for 600€ used.
     
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  7. funkydmunky

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    I got Micron on my ROG Stix Gaming. Does +1200 (over OC default). I backed off on the core to be only 2050MHz. It usually hovers at 2020-1975MHz during stressing. My mins drop if I push higher and my goal is to stay 90fps+ in all my VR games. I bought it for VR so I went for mem over core.
    I switched off Max-performance (or some such under Nvidia control panel) as it was causing quick and constant throttling. It made my card suck!
     
  8. UZ7

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    If you don't like the dips try to underclock/undervolt to get a more steady frequency. I have mine set to like 2GHz @0.943V and my CPU (9700K@5.0GHz) and GPU hovers around 60ishC load so it doesnt have to throttle the boost. Just play around with the boost curve.
     
  9. funkydmunky

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    Ya I'm around there. Not at all disappointed by my OC. What dips?
    As I said I have +1200 over Asus OC mem, and hover around 2000 core under stress(can push and fps goes up but min's go down). I think I am @ 62-64C when at full blast. It doesn't run hot so I am not worried about an underclock. I might try it in the future, but I am a simple man.
     
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    I know nothing about manipulating the boost curve as UZ7 suggested. Can anyone point to a good source of info on manipulating it?
     

  11. alanm

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    You dont have to manipulate the boost curve if your temps are OK. He is assuming your dips are due to throttling which it clearly isnt if your temps are in the 62-64 range at load.
     
  12. UZ7

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    Oh no don't worry about it, its all preference.

    You can manipulate curve for high OC or more stable frequency via Afterburner (Ctrl + F).

    Sometimes I just underclock/undervolt so my fans don't spin up and still run at 60ish while gaming so my rig is completely silent as if its turned off lol.

    I have open back headphones so I can hear everything and I don't want to hear my rig :D
     
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    That is what I found. At first the FPS went higher, but I noticed the MIN FPS was dropping. Not ideal for VR. Then the TDP wall hit as you say, and the further I pushed the worse it got for everything.
     

  16. DennisMccoy

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    MSI RTX 2080 I think it's wonderful :)
     

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