- Aug 9, 2019
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|Processor||Ryzen 5600X@4.85 CO|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte B550m S2H|
|Cooling||BeQuiet Dark Rock Slim|
|Memory||Patriot Viper 4400cl19 2x8@4000cl16 tight subs|
|Video Card(s)||Asus 3060ti TUF OC|
|Storage||WD blue 1TB nvme|
|Display(s)||Lenovo G24-10 144Hz|
|Case||Corsair D4000 Airflow|
|Power Supply||EVGA GQ 650W|
|Software||Windows 10 home 64|
|Benchmark Scores||CB20 firstname.lastname@example.orgGHz Aida64 50.4ns 4.8GHz+4000cl15 tuned ram SOTTR 1080p low 263fps avg CPU game|
A quick comparison of the 3060ti's I have/hadI haven't undervolted mine because I don't have problems with temps. But it does 1980 core on its own..
Palit dual OC: 200W stock, avg clocks 1850-1900@950-1000mv stock, 1900@875mv stock perf at 170W.
Msi gaming Z trio: 240W stock, avg clocks 1950-2000@1030-1100mv stock, 1900@900mv stock perf at 180W.
Asus dual oc: 205W stock, avg clocks 1900-2000@930-1030mv stock, 1980@900mv stock perf at 180W.
Asus tuf oc: 200W stock, avg clocks 1850-1900@950-1000mv stock, 2070@950mv 104% perf at 205W.
Scaling on the Palit and Asus dual was, Msi 45MHz higher at same voltages, Asus tuf 30MHz on top of that
1515@700mv 100W@75% perf due to vram downclock
1545@731mv 120W@86% perf (lowest voltage vram runs full speed)
1770@800mv 145W@93% perf
1920@900mv 180W@101% perf
At 1900 cards typically runs at 1000mv stock so there is 100-150mv higher than required.
If you don't care about temp/electricity cost stock is fine, but you can get 5-10% higher perf at same consumption or stock performance at 10-25% (most on 2x8 cards like Msi trio, Gigabyte gaming pro etc) lower consumption or 85-90% of perf at 40% lower consumption Worth exploring, find your sweetspot.