Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by Sphinx2000, Sep 1, 2020.
Mcm prices will go though the roof like the old days top tier cards with 4cores or koewill be 10k
F#$% that was one long sentence I couldn't make sense of. Heard of grammar and punctuation?
Pretty good price (well relatively I mean) if you're in the market for a 3090:
[eBay Plus] MSI GeForce RTX 3090 GAMING X TRIO $2,672.10 Delivered @ Computer Alliance eBay
He was so angry about not being able to buy one of those so called 'shit garbage cards' (even though he's apparently quitting gaming) that grammar and punctuation escaped him
Hey man was that a non ultra or ultra model? Can you share you invoice number? My non ultra was 87038x - No ETA in sight..
Max OC 3090 Graphics score 21381
Max OC 3080 Graphics score 19558
That sweet 9.3% advantage, totally worth 200% the price lol.
Can't wait to see 3080Ti wriggle in there, titillating stuff!
welp an OC 3080 is faster then a stock 3090..... and with a lower tier 3090 that has a locked power limit.... https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/56460772?
i dont see the performance room for a 3080ti but there is room for a cheaper 3090 alternative or a 3080 with more VRAM as it seems to be its sore point
that score isn’t correct, trinity 3090 Gpu score should be high 18k low 19k score.
How are you going about determining max mem clock? Especially with the error detection now built into RTX3080/90's GDDR6X.
Also, links to your best runs on each card?
8763XX For Ultra model
Ragers always come back. There might even be stock when he returns
I’ll do the links when I get home this afternoon.
I just bench starting with +500 then 750, 1000, 1100, 1200 and 1300 etc.. and when the fps or score goes down I pull back.
extra power limit helps a lot with memory overclocking
that most likely a CPU bottleneck in action unfortunately i cant seem to get any more clocks beyond stock when watercooled as my system would crash immediately.
air cooled on a bench however i've managed these https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/53203527? https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/53203864?. the CPU can go higher to 4.7ghz all core easily on a proper board just by changing the multiplier to 47x without any tweaking but this mobo and cooling is limiting me.
Yeh as Pinoy said - just hold core clock steady and bench at 100 mhz mem clock intervals. When scores start dropping you've gone too far. But - there's a point < 1 Ghz where clocks start dropping, but will rise again. I could bench at 1,300 but dialed it back to 1,100 for stability.
I'm only managing score of 17,500 graphics score on timespy.
My settings are as below. I got the XC3 Gaming Ultra. What could be holding my score back?
are you setting fan to 100% before starting runs? if not do that
What's your power and temp limit set to?
Yep fans at 100%.
Power limit 107%
Temp limit 91 degrees.
Only change was when I upgraded my cpu, I couldn't get ram to work in double channel mode. Only in single channel mode. I used to get around 18,253 but now 17,500. Not sure if that's the cause or it's something else
I assume you mean 17500 graphics score which would be normal. If it's combined score, it's impacted by the CPU score.
Also make sure gsync isn't turned on.
First time trying undervolting on a card. Pretty happy and stable here, rarely hits a power limit so maintains the GPU clock pretty solidly. Haven't tried moving the memory at all past 500 but when I get some more time ill suss it out, also using the stock OC bios.
Got 18637 GPU score on timespy which looks pretty decent looking around.
Spoiler: Afterburner Settings
Thats normal for a stock card without overclocking. My card was 17600 stock. OC graphics score should be high 18k to 19k