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Will an OC of +75MHz on core clock make a big real life difference on RTX3090

MSI rtx3099 gaming X Trio oc

 

I am looking to get as much FPS out of my machine as possible, 1440p seems difficult for some reason to push.

 

I have de-bloated the windows build, change settings, changed bios, now onto after burner.

 

Currently running +80MHz on core clock, fans at 85% , and temp of 56c, GPU clock at 2085. While have warzone playing (spectating), OBS recording.

 

Will that increase of less than 5% make much difference in the amount of FPS on a game like warzone?

 

I seen the increase in timespy score when going up in increments, but I find it a fake environment, as I can overclock and run timespy completely fine, but as soon as I start a game it crashes after a few minutes.

 

Thanks

 

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Will an OC of +75MHz on core clock make a big real life difference on RTX3090?

Nope,it won't.

I recommend to increase the power limit slider if the power supply can handle it,it will give a bigger boost in performance without sacrificing stability.

4 minutes ago, j1mgg said:

I seen the increase in timespy score when going up in increments, but I find it a fake environment, as I can overclock and run timespy completely fine, but as soon as I start a game it crashes after a few minutes.

That's an unstable overclock.

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It's really not worth the trouble if your system is crashing. Also

12 minutes ago, j1mgg said:

1440p seems difficult for some reason to push.

Ampere scales really well at 4K and 8K as opposed to 1440p and 1080p (not that anybody should use this card for 1080p, dear god)

 

Sidenote, really looking forward to seeing the 1440p 6900XT vs the 3090.

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7 minutes ago, j1mgg said:

I seen the increase in timespy score when going up in increments, but I find it a fake environment, as I can overclock and run timespy completely fine, but as soon as I start a game it crashes after a few minutes.

When overclocking it's best to test in as many different programs as possible to ferret out any instability, as you've experienced, stable in one thing doesn't mean stable in everything.
Now +75/80 isn't going to make a big difference, but should get you a few more fps's (I'd expect low single digit increases for AAA games, and low double digits for something like cs:go)

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30 minutes ago, Fasauceome said:

It's really not worth the trouble if your system is crashing. Also

Ampere scales really well at 4K and 8K as opposed to 1440p and 1080p (not that anybody should use this card for 1080p, dear god)

 

Sidenote, really looking forward to seeing the 1440p 6900XT vs the 3090.

This is a perfect card for 1080p non raytraced Minecraft. I can hear the beautiful sounds of the FPS induced coil whine already.

 

@op you might want to adjust your power slider so that it can deliver the voltage needed to be stable.

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Thanks both.

 

Power limit is 102, core voltage is 100.

 

In an ideal world i would of waited for the full reviews of both lots of cards, but got offered this on release day, and being impatient, bought it.

 

Dilemma is I had a dual setup of 2 x xl2546s, got them for £370 each, and have now changed one to a dell s2721dgf, and looking to sell the second xl2546s, as I sold the first for £400.

 

Now, do I go for another dgf at £330, AW2721 at £700 (this is why I am seeing what FPS I can push), or a LG 27gn950 which is 4k?

 

Want to strike while I can still get a good price for selling the zowie.

 

Thanks again.

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21 minutes ago, j1mgg said:

Power limit is 102, core voltage is 100.

Don't be afraid to raise the power limit all the way.

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1 minute ago, Vishera said:

Don't be afraid to raise the power limit all the way.

That's as far as my slider goes.

 

Just have the bios it shipped with on it.

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Just now, j1mgg said:

That's as far as my slider goes.

 

Just have the bios it shipped with on it.

That doesn't sound promising,the VRMs probably can't handle more than that.

So your card is already at the limit,there is nothing you can do here.

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