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EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 KINGPIN Achieves 2.58 GHz Core Clock, Breaks World Record in 3D Mark Port Royal

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So this is why my system just turned off last night.
 

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This, alongside tweaks to vCore (1069 mV)
Facepalm. At least 10 years there are news of NVIDIA cards overclocking to hell with 1069mV voltage. Somehow news writers can't grasp the fact, that software reported voltages are almost never correct when doing overclocking. Just didn't expect this from TPU... :kookoo:

and 10.750 MHz (21.5 Gbps)
10750 MHz then, or 10.75 GHz. And not mhz or Mhz, there are no such units! o_O
 
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Facepalm. At least 10 years there are news of NVIDIA cards overclocking to hell with 1069mV voltage. Somehow news writers can't grasp the fact, that software reported voltages are almost never correct when doing overclocking. Just didn't expect this from TPU... :kookoo:
That is not a failure on the part of TPU...
 

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That is not a failure on the part of TPU...
Of course it is.

Either TPU doesn't know 1.069mV is unrealistic or TPU couldn't be bothered to fact-check and correct blatantly false information.

The first scenario is incompetence, the second scenario is laziness. Neither is a quality I expect from TPU.
 
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Of course it is.

Either TPU doesn't know 1.069mV is unrealistic or TPU couldn't be bothered to fact-check and correct blatantly false information.

The first scenario is incompetence, the second scenario is laziness. Neither is a quality I expect from TPU.
Or you and TiN failed to understand the context of what was stated.
 
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