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  1. and this is the single core results.
  2. ill run that and post the results after.
  3. https://streamable.com/zf27bb here is a video so you can see it jumping up and down.
  4. Thank you so much for the detailed reply. I took off the original casing and fans and attached a water block and with that, all new heating transfer pads on the VRAMS. i'm not sure how i can test the temps of those modules though. So even when i run heaven benchmark, my cards target power still does not go above 60%, and thats with 1440p and high/ultra settings. it will work smoothly for the first few seconds and then starts doing that up and down clock thing. let me open it all and take a screen shot so you can see.
  5. yes i've tried auto and setting it to Gen.3. both have the same outcome.
  6. ahhh gotcha. yeah i ran ddu and reinstalled drivers just to make sure that wasnt an easy fix.
  7. 70c is like at max clock usually. its a 5 speed pump and i believe i have it on setting 2 of 5, 5 being the highest. this is the first gpu in this desktop. i built it for the 2080 ti. my old desktop just had a 1080.
  8. Status: UNRESOLVED Computer Type: Desktop - Custom Build GPU: ZOTAC 2080 Ti AMP - 11 GB. Small overclock, 50 to core and 500 to memory. (tried disabling clock and still issues persist) CPU: I7 9700k Overclocked to 5 Mhz Motherboard: MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Edge AC LGA1151 latest Bios A.60 8/8/2019 RAM: Kingston Technology HyperX Fury White 16GB 2666MHz DDR4 CL16 DIMM Kit of 2 1Rx8 (HX426C16FW2K2/16) XMP Enabled, no overclock. PSU: Seasonic 1050W ATX12V/EPS12V 80 Plus Platinum Certified Full Modular Active PFC Snow SILENT-1050 Operating System & Version: Windows 10 clean install 18363.900 GPU Drivers: Nvidia driver 451.48, clean install. Description of Problem: I have noticed that my GPU has been throttling itself. While playing a very GPU intensive game (ie warzone), the GPU clock starts going up and down sporadically anywhere from 1300 Mhz up to 2k (where it should be.) The temps remain pretty solid around 70 Celsius. I have a liquid cooling loop with two radiators and 6 fans on each Rad. I'm also showing in GPU-Z that there is a perfcap Pwr. In EVGA precision x1, i have the target raised to 110% but it only ever reaches 60% power at most. This causes my games to have rubber band/stutter effect on the fps and its quite unbearable. Troubleshooting: The only things ive done so far is clean install of drivers and making sure i have optimal performance selected in power options for nvidia control panel. I am honestly open to any ideas. i dont consider myself to be completely naive when it comes to tech but obviously im no expert. Thank you for reading, and responding. Have a great day!