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So here is mine in all of its Turing glory (with the old dog FuryX in the background of course).

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Some useful tools for Turing owners:

EVGA 130% Power Limit BIOS:
https://forums.evga.com/EVGA-GeForce-RTX-2080-Ti-2080-XCXC-Ultra-BIOS-Update-m2858793.aspx


EVGA Free Trim kit for 2080 Owners:
https://www.evga.com/articles/01262/evga-trim-kit-promotion/


Afterburner Beta with Turing OC scanner:
http://download.msi.com/uti_exe/vga/MSIAfterburnerSetup_4.6.0.zip


EVGA X1 for Turing OC with OC scanner:
https://www.evga.com/precisionx1/


What OC scanner does for you is find most stable overclock automatically. it may restart during the scan so make sure you uncheck " apply settings on startup" until you have obtained a successful scanning:
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Current Turing BIOS collection from TPU:
https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios...del=&interface=&memType=GDDR6&memSize=&since=
 
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I found MSI Afterburner to be better in terms of OC stability. EVGA X1 is going through a lot of betas. Hopefully by 1.0.0 it can be fairly good, or at least on par with MSI AB.
 
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I'll join the club with my MSI Gaming Trio RTX 2080, clock speeds 2100/15800 temps around 55-60 (custom fan curve max 70%)
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Gainward Geforce RTX 2080 Phoenix GS
Definitely needed one with a 2 slot cooler and not too long.

1815MHz out-of-box is nice, OC scanner found a curve with +83MHz or so on top of that.
Manually I could push it farther but with +150MHz started seeing instability here and there.
VRAM is so far fine with 15000MT/s.

At full load runs fans up to a little over 2000 RPM to keep temps at around 75C.
Runs at 1950 +-50MHz, not bad given the cramped conditions I stuck it in.
 
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Thanks to the OP for starting the club, I'm joining in too! I have an Asus ROG Strix 2080 Ti Black Ops edition. Only 500 of this cards were ever made:









Congrats to all of you for your cards, they all rock!:rockout::toast::lovetpu:
 
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Oh dear.

I said on principle I wouldn't buy an RTX 2080ti because of the price. Then AMD released a second rate (literally) card for £700. This clearly shows the path of future pricing from both camps, therefore, next gen will also be £1000+ for top end.

So, I just bought an MSI Duke 2080ti (for a lot less than OcUK are charging).

I'll post pics when I have it (Tuesday).

I can make funds back on the sale of my 1080ti with waterblock and a 4k 32" Gsync monitor.
 
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Thanks to the OP for starting the club, I'm joining in too! I have an Asus ROG Strix 2080 Ti Black Ops edition. Only 500 of this cards were ever made:









Congrats to all of you for your cards, they all rock!:rockout::toast::lovetpu:

Call me weird but them giving away CoD with an RTX card is just something that I find awkward.... I remember some years back (probably around the time of the ATi 9600s or before that) when the industry was going bat shit crazy about the new texture and lighting effects/features, volumetric smoke -- all that fancy shit etc etc and graphic cards would come bundled with these new games that made use of the new tech just so you had something to enjoy or show off with your new graphics card.

Over the years this has been somewhat watered down but at least back in the days when graphic cards came bundled with Tomb Raider, Thief, Prince Of Persia, Delta Force, Project: IGI, F.E.A.R, Far Cry 1, Crysis 1, Supreme Commander etc etc SO MANY GREAT GAMES, you sure as hell knew that you were in for an awesome ride because you had something that would push your new graphics card to or close to its limits. Bundled games were something you would keep and not sell off for $30-40 like a 'CashBack' or 'MIR' coupon.

$1500 graphics card - yeah, lets bundle a shitty console port with it that any $100-180 graphics card can run sufficiently well. I know im ranting but this has triggered the f**k out of me.

Im mean sure, Its a promotion. But they could of at least bundled a game that supported RTX out of the box or had it coming in the future. Maybe if they had bundled it with something like BF:V then maybe i wouldnt be so irate about it, I mean fair enough that you might not want it because its made by EA but at least that game supports RTX so if you wanted to keep the game to have a play around with your $1500 investment then that would be totally alright. You might not like or want the game but at least they gave you something to show off the prowess of your graphics card....


Know what im saying??

/Rant

Im gonna go and down a whisky now.,, Maybe im just too old fashioned
 
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So far OCing on my GPU isn’t the highest

Got the Core upto 2040MHz on the Core and 1850MHz on the VRAM
 
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Call me weird but them giving away CoD with an RTX card is just something that I find awkward.... I remember some years back (probably around the time of the ATi 9600s or before that) when the industry was going bat shit crazy about the new texture and lighting effects/features, volumetric smoke -- all that fancy shit etc etc and graphic cards would come bundled with these new games that made use of the new tech just so you had something to enjoy or show off with your new graphics card.

Over the years this has been somewhat watered down but at least back in the days when graphic cards came bundled with Tomb Raider, Thief, Prince Of Persia, Delta Force, Project: IGI, F.E.A.R, Far Cry 1, Crysis 1, Supreme Commander etc etc SO MANY GREAT GAMES, you sure as hell knew that you were in for an awesome ride because you had something that would push your new graphics card to or close to its limits. Bundled games were something you would keep and not sell off for $30-40 like a 'CashBack' or 'MIR' coupon.

$1500 graphics card - yeah, lets bundle a shitty console port with it that any $100-180 graphics card can run sufficiently well. I know im ranting but this has triggered the f**k out of me.

Im mean sure, Its a promotion. But they could of at least bundled a game that supported RTX out of the box or had it coming in the future. Maybe if they had bundled it with something like BF:V then maybe i wouldnt be so irate about it, I mean fair enough that you might not want it because its made by EA but at least that game supports RTX so if you wanted to keep the game to have a play around with your $1500 investment then that would be totally alright. You might not like or want the game but at least they gave you something to show off the prowess of your graphics card....


Know what im saying??

/Rant

Im gonna go and down a whisky now.,, Maybe im just too old fashioned
Its more like Acti-Blizz probably paid nVidia to actually bundle it. They bit crazy about marketing and reaching "everyone" with their products. Their business strategy is sometimes a bit strange. Something like throwing away money a lot of times. CoD definitely doesnt make sense with RTX.

Also I can buy RTX 2080 Ti with Anthem and Battlefield V, which especially in BF5 makes more sense.


As for my previous post of "low quality", I think worrying about memory/IMC longevity in case of RTX is pretty valid. For me its enough valid to actually not being too keen on getting RTX 2080. Sure I do have 2 years warranty, but I prefer to keep GPUs bit longer than just 2 years. Also its easier to sell living GPU. :D

Only positive thing is that most dead RTX so far was dead really fast, so everything that lasts 2 years will probably survive longer. Probably.
 
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I can run almost everything with +150 on the core, results in pretty steady 2100MHz, and +500 on the memory. A couple benchmarks don't like +150 but run fine at +125.
 
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Call me weird but them giving away CoD with an RTX card is just something that I find awkward.... I remember some years back (probably around the time of the ATi 9600s or before that) when the industry was going bat shit crazy about the new texture and lighting effects/features, volumetric smoke -- all that fancy shit etc etc and graphic cards would come bundled with these new games that made use of the new tech just so you had something to enjoy or show off with your new graphics card.

Over the years this has been somewhat watered down but at least back in the days when graphic cards came bundled with Tomb Raider, Thief, Prince Of Persia, Delta Force, Project: IGI, F.E.A.R, Far Cry 1, Crysis 1, Supreme Commander etc etc SO MANY GREAT GAMES, you sure as hell knew that you were in for an awesome ride because you had something that would push your new graphics card to or close to its limits. Bundled games were something you would keep and not sell off for $30-40 like a 'CashBack' or 'MIR' coupon.

$1500 graphics card - yeah, lets bundle a shitty console port with it that any $100-180 graphics card can run sufficiently well. I know im ranting but this has triggered the f**k out of me.

Im mean sure, Its a promotion. But they could of at least bundled a game that supported RTX out of the box or had it coming in the future. Maybe if they had bundled it with something like BF:V then maybe i wouldnt be so irate about it, I mean fair enough that you might not want it because its made by EA but at least that game supports RTX so if you wanted to keep the game to have a play around with your $1500 investment then that would be totally alright. You might not like or want the game but at least they gave you something to show off the prowess of your graphics card....


Know what im saying??

/Rant

Im gonna go and down a whisky now.,, Maybe im just too old fashioned
Totally get what you’re saying, don’t care one bit about Black Ops 4, I installed it, loaded it once, and never played it again.

The only reason I got this card was I kept waiting for them to restock the O11G version of the Strix 2080 Ti, but it would never be in stock, then one morning this card was in stock for like 20 minutes, it uses the same binned chip, and it was actually $100 less than the regular OC version, so I bought right before it ran out of stock. It was $1299 with a gift card I had, not $1500 btw :p

I like the camo pattern on it, and it came with three “free” games: BO4, BF5 and Anthem, so it was just the cherry on top to get those games with it.:rockout:

Cheers :toast:

Oh dear.

I said on principle I wouldn't buy an RTX 2080ti because of the price. Then AMD released a second rate (literally) card for £700. This clearly shows the path of future pricing from both camps, therefore, next gen will also be £1000+ for top end.

So, I just bought an MSI Duke 2080ti (for a lot less than OcUK are charging).

I'll post pics when I have it (Tuesday).

I can make funds back on the sale of my 1080ti with waterblock and a 4k 32" Gsync monitor.
Welcome to the club mate, can’t wait for your pics :toast:
 
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Well, I will be getting Metro Exodus and it is apparently releasing with DLSS support and some RT. Just gotta wait now for Ryzen 2 in Summer, to get a higher frequency.
 
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Not installed yet but looking forward to an H2O free system. I need to remove the old, awesome 1080ti and it's complexity of angles before I can try out the Duke.

Duke.jpg


running.jpg


And running Superposition, clocks boosting to 1900-2000 without any overclock applied.

No coil whine, fans stupidly quiet.

Hope I'm not back here in two weeks with issues! But, that being said, I'm not even going to bother OC'ing if it hits 2Ghz on its own.
 
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No loves for the 2060 folks ?
 
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Can @xkm1948 change the title? All RTX Turing welcome, surely.
 
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#23
Added a measly +60 to core last night and during Metro Exodus, the clocks stayed around 1965Mhz. Temps at 71 degrees with fans pretty damn quiet.

I'm not touching the memory, just in case. Have to say, Metro looks absolutely awesome and the lighting from the Ray Tracing (on ultra) is pretty damn atmospheric.
 
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#25
Title changed folks! Welcome all turing owners!

Added a measly +60 to core last night and during Metro Exodus, the clocks stayed around 1965Mhz. Temps at 71 degrees with fans pretty damn quiet.

I'm not touching the memory, just in case. Have to say, Metro looks absolutely awesome and the lighting from the Ray Tracing (on ultra) is pretty damn atmospheric.
Try the OC scanner. Quite useful.

@OneMoar Come back bro, the club name now reflects all Turing cards.
 
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