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Difference 2080 super gaming oc vs. Windforce oc 3x

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is the difference the slightly higher OC with 1845 MHz and rgb? Price difference is only 7 euros so might aswell go with the gaming oc? 

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Generally the higher cost models of the cards come with better heat sinks and more fans.
Giving them higher OC potential, ,many of them consist of chips that have won the silicon lottery


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32 minutes ago, SwarlesBrkly said:

Is the difference the slightly higher OC with 1845 MHz and rgb? Price difference is only 7 euros so might aswell go with the gaming oc? 

May as well for peace of mind, you won't be able to tell in use but you;ll be happier knowing you're getting a touch more MHz in action.

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38 minutes ago, SwarlesBrkly said:

Is the difference the slightly higher OC with 1845 MHz and rgb? Price difference is only 7 euros so might aswell go with the gaming oc? 

If I’m correct Gaming OC also have 0 rpm mode but I may be mistaking that card with some other.


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On 12/27/2019 at 8:23 AM, Whiro said:

If I’m correct Gaming OC also have 0 rpm mode but I may be mistaking that card with some other.

Windforce OC also has zero rpm mode. 

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22 minutes ago, Minidak said:

Windforce OC also has zero rpm mode. 

Looking at the Gigabyte website this card have something what they calling 

 

”3D ACTIVE FAN

The 3D Active Fan provides semi-passive cooling, and the fans will remain off when the GPU is in a low load or low power game. It allows gamers to enjoy gameplay in complete silence when the system is running light or idle. “
 

However when I was looking at some reviews of it I found this topic on Gigabyte forum:

 

” I've been using my RTX 2080 Windforce OC for about a week.

I've noticed that if the fan is set between 1% and 29% speed, all three fans turn off and back on every second.  
The monitor will show them go from say 1,200 RPM to 0 RPM, then back to 1,200 then 0... literally every 1-2 seconds.  
Every time the fans start back up there is a clicking sound you can hear from across the room.
At <30% The fans turn off and on ~30 times a minute, so the click is every 1-2 seconds.

If I set the fans from between 30% - 100% fan speed, they stay on the entire time and there is no clicking noise.

At say, 25% fan speed I can look and see all three fans spinning for 1 second, then stopping for 1 second and so on.
At 35% if just spins. “
 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
20 minutes ago, Whiro said:

Looking at the Gigabyte website this card have something what they calling 

 

”3D ACTIVE FAN

The 3D Active Fan provides semi-passive cooling, and the fans will remain off when the GPU is in a low load or low power game. It allows gamers to enjoy gameplay in complete silence when the system is running light or idle. “
 

However when I was looking at some reviews of it I found this topic on Gigabyte forum:

 

” I've been using my RTX 2080 Windforce OC for about a week.

I've noticed that if the fan is set between 1% and 29% speed, all three fans turn off and back on every second.  
The monitor will show them go from say 1,200 RPM to 0 RPM, then back to 1,200 then 0... literally every 1-2 seconds.  
Every time the fans start back up there is a clicking sound you can hear from across the room.
At <30% The fans turn off and on ~30 times a minute, so the click is every 1-2 seconds.

If I set the fans from between 30% - 100% fan speed, they stay on the entire time and there is no clicking noise.

At say, 25% fan speed I can look and see all three fans spinning for 1 second, then stopping for 1 second and so on.
At 35% if just spins. “
 

I actually have the same problem with the 1660 ti gaming x now that you mention it in this thread. It would to exactly that if I just let it work in its factory fan settings. I simply created a custom fancurve with msi afterburner so they only start spinning when the gpu hits 50 or 60 degrees. 

 

It worked for me at least. No idea why it does it though

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2 minutes ago, SwarlesBrkly said:

I actually have the same problem with the 1660 ti gaming x now that you mention it in this thread. It would to exactly that if I just let it work in its factory fan settings. I simply created a custom fancurve with msi afterburner so they only start spinning when the gpu hits 50 or 60 degrees. 

 

It worked for me at least. No idea why it does it though

I came across this thread as well, have a read and see if any of that will help

 

https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/rtx-series-low-fan-speed-revving-noise-and-turn-on-off-problem.423708/


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