- Dec 18, 2005
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|System Name||money pit..|
|Processor||Intel 9900K 4.8 at 1.152 core voltage minus 0.120 offset|
|Motherboard||Asus rog Strix Z370-F Gaming|
|Cooling||Dark Rock TF air cooler.. Stock vga air coolers with case side fans to help cooling..|
|Memory||32 gb corsair vengeance 3200|
|Video Card(s)||Palit Gaming Pro OC 2080TI|
|Storage||150 nvme boot drive partition.. 1T Sandisk sata.. 1T Transend sata.. 1T 970 evo nvme m 2..|
|Display(s)||27" Asus PG279Q ROG Swift 165Hrz Nvidia G-Sync, IPS.. 2560x1440..|
|Case||Gigabyte mid-tower.. cheap and nothing special..|
|Audio Device(s)||onboard sounds with stereo amp..|
|Power Supply||EVGA 850 watt..|
|Software||Win 10 pro..|
|Benchmark Scores||Firestike 29500.. timepsy 14000..|
as long as you replace the thermal pads (which seems to be a given for all 3080 and 3090 owners) you'll be fine
at least THIS parts ampere specific
i have two 3080 cards a gigabyte and a palit version.. the palit is in my desktop along with a 3070 card.. the fan speed is set at 55% and it runs nice and quite and cool with no modifications..
the gigabyte card on the other hand is a thermal disaster.. its had extra thermal pads added between the pcb and back-plate and needs its fans running at 95%.. its too noisy to be in my desktop machine its now upstairs in my open air mining rig with an extra industrial case fan blowing directly at the back-plate.. it still runs hot on the memory but dosnt throttle..
i have no rational explanation for how these two makes of 3080 cards differ.. but they sure do..
both are large three fan cards the cooler running palit being the smaller of the two..