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  1.    #1561

    Kol12 said: View Post
    I hope the new card has a longer life for you. Come to think of it I hope my does too! I have a newer batch with Samsung memory so we'll see.
    You should be just fine, Samsung memory is suppose to be better anyhow.
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  2.    #1562

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    Just pushed it more than this card could take, but there were reports out there that some evga cards with Micron memory had a bad batch installed. So heavy overclocking would fry them after a while.

    That's bad news, Mike. I'm really sorry. But these are the times you are really glad you bought EVGA. At least it will be as painless as possible. Hope you geat a beast back.
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  3.    #1563

    essenbe said: View Post
    That's bad news, Mike. I'm really sorry. But these are the times you are really glad you bought EVGA. At least it will be as painless as possible. Hope you geat a beast back.
    Yes Steve, only GPU's I buy are EVGA, and they have the best support you can get in my opinion. I also only buy them from EVGA too.
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       #1564

    Sorry to hear about your dead card Mike

    Maybe the card had a bad VRM power stage chip for the vMem or PEX rail, that let too much volts through.
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  5.    #1565

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Sorry to hear about your dead card Mike

    Maybe the card had a bad VRM power stage chip for the vMem or PEX rail, that let too much volts through.
    Thanks Cliff, I still think it was related to the Micron memory chip .....but I should get my new card by next week, and hopefully it will have a Samsung memory chip....
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       #1566

    I'm trying to find a stable OC with my Samsung memory 2080 Ti FTW3. Really hoping I can get 2100Mhz stable but it's looking like a battle. I have +1000 on the memory but I haven't determined whether that's affecting a stable GPU clock speed yet.
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  7.    #1567

    Kol12 said: View Post
    I'm trying to find a stable OC with my Samsung memory 2080 Ti FTW3. Really hoping I can get 2100Mhz stable but it's looking like a battle. I have +1000 on the memory but I haven't determined whether that's affecting a stable GPU clock speed yet.
    Best way to find where you stand is to find the max OC of core and memory independent of each other first. So find max core OC with no mem adjustment at all, then do the opposite.

    After finding what the core and memory can do by themselves it's time to blend them together. You don't too often have to give up much from either to find that happy place.
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       #1568

    doorules said: View Post
    Best way to find where you stand is to find the max OC of core and memory independent of each other first. So find max core OC with no mem adjustment at all, then do the opposite.

    After finding what the core and memory can do by themselves it's time to blend them together. You don't too often have to give up much from either to find that happy place.
    And I'm sure I've heard this before, lol. Thanks. Where do your clocks settle with the Zotac? From what I hearing 2100Mhz is what the air cooled cards will do if your lucky...
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  9.    #1569

    Well I have zero info on what an air cooled gpu will do. When I buy a new gpu I run Firestrike to see it works then on goes the block. I have literally never run a gpu on air for more than a day or two.

    I can do +1000 on mem and have run core up to 2205 mhz. Thats probably around +180 - +190 I think.

    I am running the Galax 380 Watt bios since day one as well.
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       #1570

    doorules said: View Post
    Well I have zero info on what an air cooled gpu will do. When I buy a new gpu I run Firestrike to see it works then on goes the block. I have literally never run a gpu on air for more than a day or two.

    I can do +1000 on mem and have run core up to 2205 mhz. Thats probably around +180 - +190 I think.

    I am running the Galax 380 Watt bios since day one as well.
    I didn't know you were water cooled. What block do you have?

    I'm considering going down the water cooled road as well, have been a couple summers with big air cooled GPU's now. I'm just waiting for my damn Asus ultrawide monitor to get back to me so I can get a proper feel for the 2080 Ti and it's temps with it. They sent me my Asus monitor earlier this week but the stand was broken so back it went. It's going on a month being without it now.
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