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We Broke the WRONG Record! - RTX Overclocking

We started out with one goal: Overclock Nvidia's new GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and document the process. But we got a little ahead of ourselves...

 

 

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15 minutes ago, Justin_ said:

So what record did you break that was wrong?

You'll just have to watch it and see xD

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Nice try, but GN beat you

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1 hour ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

You'll just have to watch it and see xD

I've watched it and they didn't break any record ?

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1 hour ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

You'll just have to watch it and see xD

I watched it but don't understand what wrong record they broke. did they not get #7?

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Just now, poochyena said:

I watched it but don't understand what wrong record they broke. did they not get #7?

 

2 minutes ago, TetraSky said:

I've watched it and they didn't break any record ?

 

They broke Jay's and GN's records

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1 minute ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

 

 

They broke Jay's and GN's records

how is that the "wrong" record? It seemed like thats what he was aiming for.

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Just now, poochyena said:

how is that the "wrong" record? It seemed like thats what he was aiming for.

apparently Jay and GN are in an SLI battle and Linus did a single card run

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“measuring is very time consuming” lol trueee.. but i’d say it’s a good idea when working with an expensive card like that... then again.. you just opened it and put more wires in it.. pfft.. who cares about breaking the new RTX 2080? 

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Why does the LTT gpu memory clock show only 2000mhz on the hall of fame chart while everyone else is showing around 8k?
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Quick question. Moisture seems like the biggest problem with this setup, and if I recall right, they said they increased the temperature to try and remove some condensation... Couldn't you create a decompression chamber (using something like copper instead of plastic tubing to not have to worry about expansion as much on the liquid cooling) to remove all the air from the entire system, thus removing all the moisture from the air? I mean, yeah, sure, overkill and all, but if you are striving for the best, why not go stupidly far out there?

 

**Note: I don't overclock regularly, but it seems like a "simple" answer.

 

EDIT: Now that I think about it, then motherboard components like north/south bridge and such probably couldn't cool due to lack of air I suppose. BUT instead you could potentially liquid cool the cpu/gpu and then the rest of the system could be cooled in a mineral oil system or whatever, since that'd remove moisture. Just don't know at what temperature that oil freezes, but it still shouldn't conduct if it does.... sooooo.... maybe?

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Blowiematrons for the win! lol!

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I see they actually give you a badge now instead of just the pink title 

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was this accomplished by collective bargaining or by anonymous threats? 

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15 minutes ago, Syntaxvgm said:

@GabenJr
I see they actually give you a badge now instead of just the pink title 

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was this accomplished by collective bargaining or by anonymous threats? 

Actually it was my idea.  Over the years I've seen more than one person confuse us for LMG employees and I figured the "- STAFF -" badge wasn't helping that, so I designed new ones for us, and to go along with it, the actual LMG employees.  Mortis was kind enough to agree it was a good idea and add them.

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3 hours ago, poochyena said:

how is that the "wrong" record? It seemed like thats what he was aiming for.

Clickbait title is clickbait 

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7 hours ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

You'll just have to watch it and see xD

I did watch the video, but admittedly I wasn't paying all that much attention as I was at work.

Please "Quote" me if you want me to see your response.

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So, I do have one question... before you start actually doing anything, you talk about how the voltage is locked, but then you proceed to do a mod that removes the current limit?  Did I misunderstand that part or is something just strange ....

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10 minutes ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

So, I do have one question... before you start actually doing anything, you talk about how the voltage is locked, but then you proceed to do a mod that removes the current limit?  Did I misunderstand that part or is something just strange ....

The mod shorts the voltage shunt resistors, which tricks the card into raising the power target / limit. There IS a voltage mod, but that requires specialty hardware/software that AFAIK only der8auer and probably other extreme OCers have right now… Except I think Roman also sent Steve a kit? I haven't been paying attention to the goings-on as closely as I should be.

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