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Maximum hashing rate for a 2080 Super?

Just wonder what is the maximum possible? I've just had to scrap after burner, and goto precision X1, as I maxed out the slider on the memory. 

 

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+1750 on the memory, and the card is going strong. Pushing near 47 Mh/s.

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Does dropping your core voltage actually help your hashrate? or does i hurt it just, minimally

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And now I list my specs

 

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30 minutes ago, DaJakerBoss said:

Does dropping your core voltage actually help your hashrate? or does i hurt it just, minimally

Dropping the power limit to 54%, limits the card to just 135 watts. I've since dropped the memory clock to 1650, due to unknown causes of crashes. Still doing 46.366 Mh/s, which is 9 Mh/s above stock.

 

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Precisionx is always the proper program to use. 
Max depends on the memory manufacture and card model. 
 

46 at that power level is pretty dam good. 2080s tend to match or be under a 1080ti in hash. But yours seems to be using less power than mine to maintain the hash. 

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6 hours ago, Mick Naughty said:

Precisionx is always the proper program to use. 
Max depends on the memory manufacture and card model. 
 

46 at that power level is pretty dam good. 2080s tend to match or be under a 1080ti in hash. But yours seems to be using less power than mine to maintain the hash. 

This seems stable for my card. At 1750, it will do 47 Mh/s, but I don't know what causes it to be too unstable. 

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46 Mh/s is pretty decent for this card, considering the power consumption. 46.16 / 135 = 0.34 efficiency, at least.

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Will be continuing to micro tweak my 2080S, but that would take a very long time.

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8 minutes ago, LazyDev said:

This seems stable for my card. At 1750, it will do 47 Mh/s, but I don't know what causes it to be too unstable. 

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46 Mh/s is pretty decent for this card, considering the power consumption. 46.16 / 135 = 0.34 efficiency, at least.

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Yea that’s great. I have to run around 175 watts to do that. But each miner fluctuates for the actual has.  

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