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awpshots

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About awpshots

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System

  • CPU
    i7-8700K @ 5.1
  • RAM
    32gb Corsair Vengeance @ 2666
  • GPU
    Asus ROG Strix 2080 Ti
  • Case
    NZXT H700i
  • Storage
    500gb 860 EVO + 1TB & 2TB 860 QVO
  • Keyboard
    Razer Huntsman Elite
  • Mouse
    G502 Hero
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  1. as i’ve stated previously, any core offset even without a vram offset is unstable. in addition to that, last i checked vram oc would crash too. i’ve been on vacation out of the country so i haven’t had access to my desktop, just my laptop
  2. Make sure your monitor is set to 144hz in the Nvidia control panel and that GTA isn’t locked at 60fps in the in game settings
  3. Like I said, it’s unstable with any kind of oc
  4. Happens at 0 offset on VRAM and +15 on core. If it’s overclocked at all it’s unstable Quick side note, I live near 2 micro centers and I would be fine with being the guy that returns a GPU for being a dud
  5. Would be a lot better than my Strix card that artifacts and crashes with any level of OC and has a max sustained of 1950. Used to swear by Asus’s quality but I’ve seen similar problems with other people’s strix cards
  6. I’ve heard bad things about the Ventus. Save up $30 more and get the Gaming Z (if you want to stick with MSI) I’ve used lots of MSI cards, including the Gaming Z, it’s a good card https://www.newegg.com/msi-geforce-rtx-2060-rtx-2060-gaming-z-6g/p/N82E16814137379
  7. If you’re playing at 1080p60, go for the 2060 as long as it’s not overpriced. Will give you future headroom to upgrade to a 1080p144 panel in the future or with the money you save
  8. Recently I’ve been having a lot of trouble with my ROG Strix OC 2080 Ti pertaining to max sustained boost clocks. I’ve heard Nvidia binned the best GPUs for the founders cards and I’m considering selling my AIB card for a 2080 Ti FE and just liquid cooling it to get the temps down. Thoughts?
  9. A: it’s highest sustained boost is about 1950 and B: I didn’t buy a Strix card to not overclock it
  10. It’s not near the glass, it’s where the PCIe brackets are. And it’s never runs above 61C
  11. I'm using the cooler master vertical gpu mount kit. Could the riser cable be causing this?
  12. Just installed the new PSU and used 2 separate PCIe cables for the 2080 Ti. Launched battlefront 2 at +90 +1000. Artifacted heavily in main menu then crashed. Same thing at +90 +0 which is weird because I though artifacting was a result of VRAM oc?? No artifacting or crash at +0 +0, +0 +500, +0 +1000, +30 +0, +30 +500, +30 +1000, +45 +1000. Starts to artifact at +60 +1000. Update: began artifacting at +45 +1000 Update: same with +45 +500. just takes longer to start went down to +30 +1000 and it took longer. I have literally no idea whats going on crashed at +0 +1000 (previously doable)
  13. Sorry for disappearing, I’ve had a lot going on including going back to work after an injury. I ordered an HX1200i and it gets here today so I will update hopefully tonight or tomorrow
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