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Underclocking my 2070 super?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So recently i got my self a 2070 super, it`s a zotac 2070s amp extreme oc , it`s clock speed went up to 1950 mhz,and memory speed of 7000, it gets a bit hot and noisy, with a custom fan curve it hits 70c at 70% fan speed at full load. i would like to lower its noise level, but it will probably go into higher temps that way? Should i underclock it,and by howmuch? am using msi afterburner

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13 minutes ago, Goliath_1911 said:

i would like to lower its noise level, but it will probably go into higher temps that way?

That would be fine, since 70c is nice and cool. maybe a temp target of 78 would improve noise.


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or you could just drop the power limit, and then overclock to claw back performance.


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Why would you "underclock"? You need to undervolt, without dropping clock speeds. You can even pull out a little more performance with undervolting& OVERclocking, if your card is stable enough.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 hours ago, Vejnemojnen said:

Why would you "underclock"? You need to undervolt, without dropping clock speeds. You can even pull out a little more performance with undervolting& OVERclocking, if your card is stable enough.

 

7 hours ago, Jurrunio said:

or you could just drop the power limit, and then overclock to claw back performance.

i never bothered with overclocking anything so i don`t know much about it . thought underclocking would help ,will look into the undervolting tho, any help would be appreciated!! 

also i will adjust my case fans speeds because they were all depending on the cpu temp to ramp up and down which barely goes up to 53 C , so i put the temp source for them as the PCH and increased the exhaust fan curves to be a bit more faster than intake(3 intake,2 exhaust) , will see if that improves cooling a bit since they should now increase in speed atleast

again any help would be much appreciated !! thnx :)

 

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