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  2. I am doing now two 1080 Tis at 8x PCIE 2.0. Probably losing a thousand or two to rely on UU action. You can download the tool to the GPU-Z and continue to monitor the data transfer being used So I say, there is no noticeable difference from 16x to 8X. Chances are you don't have PCIE 3.0, you don't have to worry about anything. Please answer! Camzap
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  8. Total Tank Simulator at 60% off: $7.99. Chronicon at 33% off: $9.37 or $13.82 for the Soundtrack bundle.
  9. Tonight, Jim takes a look at the Immortals Fenyx Rising DLC. Check it out below! https://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/immortals_fenyx_rising_dlc_review/
  10. RIDE 4 at 40% off: $29.99 or $64.75 for the Complete Set. Most DLC on sale at 30% or 40% off. Salt and Sanctuary at 75% off: $4.49. Midweek Madness: Versus Evil Publisher Sale Destiny 2: Legendary Edition at 40% off: $47.99. DLC on sale at 25% to 50% off. Teardown at 20% off: $15.99.
  11. I'll stop you here. Do not flash laptop video cards. Just because you can doesn't mean it is a good idea. Laptop GPUs have a lower TDP for a reason. Edit: I guess I should explain more. Lots of people have read my 20 Series flash guide and applied it incorrectly to a laptop GPU. While I have been told it will work, the reason you do not want to is because of how a laptop is designed around a certain TDP. So first off your thermals will be out of control and second the VRM on those laptop GPUz are half of what a desktop card is, so you are surpassing what those MOSFETs can do. As for editing the vBIOS. Well Maxwell was the last one you could do it on. Everything since has been encrypted by NVIDIA so you cannot edit the values. Only solution is to flash another cards vBIOS (Same GPU) on to yours that has a higher TDP., thus allowing more room for a higher overclock until you reach the voltage limit. The maximum allowed voltage is the same for all the RTX 2070s (1.096v). So once again I have been told my flash guide applies to laptop GPUs, I have personally never tried it or can verify what vBIOS was used on what laptop cards. I suggest not to try unless you are done with that laptop and don't want to sell it. I think it will be a giant doorstop afterwards.
  12. Hi, New to the forum been a overclocker for a few years. I quit for couple years but now im back i've had a friend that knew everything about this stuff but he disappeared and i only know how to flash kepler and maxwell cards i really want no limits on this 2070 max q i want to overclock it as much as i can can someone edit the vbios for me and walk me through the flashing process i am guessing we are going to use nvflash but i dont know what you guys use to edit clock and tdp limits with turing cards i am willing to make a very good donation. thank you for reading and helping. I appreciate it. i have a sager NP8957 with RTX 2070 MAX i attached my vbios in the post. Thank You
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  16. Tonight, Chris takes a look at the TerraMaster F2-422 NAS. Check it out below!
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  19. Regardless if its a X or not, you are going to run into a hard wall around 4.4Ghz - All core. Top 1% can do this and it requires 1.4v. 4.3Ghz is around 1.3-1.35v. I couldn't find the actual VRM part number but it is a 4+2 design. Since its a lower end MB I would say 50 Amp stages. @1.35v It can handle upwards of 275 Watts. However that 100% load on the VRM. You would need some serious cooling on those MOSFETs. Realistically 75% is about the highest you want to go for normal use Which is closer to 200 watts output for the CPU. So in short, a nice motherboard with a beefier VRM setup would help, but you will still be limited to 4.3-4.4Ghz - All Core regardless of how much voltage you pump into it. Add in the fact you will need a good cooling setup, it is just not worth it
  20. Well Gen 2 of Ryzen has limit around 3200-3400 depending on the CPU. Luck of the draw. If you really tweak the voltages 3600 is possible, though not worth the effort and validation. But first before doing anything else I would update the BIOS to the newest. AMD has done major improvements to Ryzen AM4 platform since it was first released. I've had memory go from not bootable at all, to being top performers just from a BIOS update. If that doesn't work have 2 solutions for you. 1) Enable the XMP and than manually set the frequency to DDR4 3000 or 2) Raise the SoC voltage to 1.125v-1.150v and enable XMP.
  21. The video is uploading now as I continue clearing the map... It's my preferred way to play to clear the map before progressing the story. Will go live at the usual time tomorrow.
  22. Hi everyone, I've a AMD Ryzen 3900 (Non-X) with a Asus TUF B450 Gaming. In general everythings work perfect, but when I want to do some OC I'm very limited. I read different users that they put 4.2Ghz easy and in my case I can't go to 4.1Ghz. On the other hand, I've usually Auto OC with PBO and the cores go to 4.35Ghz more or less (but not all togethers). My question is, do you think I need a better motherboard (I'm thinking in a X470 with better VRM) or do you think that is the sillicon lottery??
  23. i have ryzen 7 2700, hyperx predator 2x8gb 3200mhz ram and aorus b450 elite motherboard. If I enable xmp in bios, first boot seems fine, second boot tho causes bluescreen, like the one where it wants you to reinstall windows. Disabling xmp fixes it. Can anybody help me with overclocking my ram?
  24. Yup, I understand there can be gains, but it's situational. For me, I mostly play a game that uses about 1.25 cores and the single core boost I get from dialing in the pbo gets up to 4850 or 4875mhz which is a good 100mhz higher or more than I've been able to get from an all core oc or from a per-ccd oc. But even still, it's a tiny 100mhz so it don't matter much either way. Most times I end up with a few other programs running so it doesn't boost quite that high, but still just as high as I would get oc'ing another way. I've spent countless hours trying, and I think until I see proof of some very real gains on future cpu's and video cards, it's just not worth the time invested any more. But again, it depends on your/my workload. edit: do we not have the option to display a signature any more? MSI B550 MAG Tomahawk motherboard AMD 5600x cpu @ 4850mhz with Arctic 240 aio Powercolor 5700XT Red Devil video Crucial Ballistix 4x8gb ram @ 3933mhz/1967 IF Samsung 980 Pro 1TB M.2 Corsair 750 power supply MSI 34" 3440x1440 curved monitor, 50" 1080p tv, 24" 1080p monitor
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  27. @Fight Game For the most part yeah, components these days come with a "Turbo" or "Boost" and saves a lot of headaches. Still though you can squeeze a good amount of extra performance from the CPU since those Turbo clocks are for only 1 core at a time. For graphics cards, it has been like 2-3% gain. The biggest improvement is actually getting a card with good cooling as it will auto boost the clocks fairly close to the limit and you don't have to lift a finger. For memory. Well there is a reason why XMP profiles exist. Technically anything above the rated frequency the CPU official supports is a overclocking the memory controller. So Ryzen 5000 series is DDR3 3200. Above this its a overclock on the memory controller, which is why not all memory is plug n' play and why lot of people fail to even boot with higher speed memory.
  28. The more opportunistic boost technologies do seem to negate at least some benefits of overclocking, but there are still some gains to be made, if you get very deep into the details. Things like the per CCD overclocking on AMD CPUs, for example, can surpass PBO, but my understanding is that takes quite a bit of tweaking to get right. Personally, I prefer going a different route and that is to undervolt. A negative voltage offset does not always disable the boost algorithms and can then give those algorithms greater power and thermal headroom to work with. LLC can also be tweaked for the same purpose, but I am less familiar with that and it varies with motherboard manufacturer. I have my Ryzen 7 2700X and both of my AMD GPUs set to undervolt and the results are nice. The Threadripper 1950X is manually overclocked at stock voltage, but being first generation does not have as advanced of boost capabilities. (It's not really much of an overclock though, just fixed at its highest all-core boost of 3.8 GHz, so under heavy load it does not fall to the 3.4 GHz base frequency. Any higher and it hard locks when processing video too often, but was otherwise stable at 4.0 GHz.)
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