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  1. tps3443

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    Ohhhh my Windows LTSC doesn’t have that battery slider. Man, that RTX2080 is pulling more juice than my gtx1080 does, and it’s only at 70+ % utilization.it must be fast. What is your Firestrike graphics score?
     
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    not that much more than a 1080, i run always in the 150w limit xD, my old 1070 with 200W was like a stock 1080 hitting about 21-21.5k in graphics score. I got this book anyways as i found it actually dirt cheap for only 1.9k € excl. CPU and RAM and Storage ofc, so basically i just got this for about 2.3k. But firestrike didn't run that well on RTX anyways timespy was the benchmark were you saw more of the "improvements"

    And happy new year to everybody as i dunno if i'm still online when it happens :)
     
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    That is still pretty good. But yea we need 200TDP on the RTX MXM GPU’s. I remember back in 2016 I was getting around 26,800 with a Founders edition GTX1080. Either way RTX2080 is still a better GPU all around I think.

    They need to make video cards like our processors.

    TDP pretty much = performance in graphics cards.


    There’s a Aorus RTX2060 Super that has a factory 215TDP. And it will overclock higher than all other 2060 Supers and it’ll even match a stock RTX2080 desktop.

    All of the other RTX2060 Supers are 175-185TDP. So they fall between a 2070 and 2070 Super once overclocked.

    So this RGB triple fan Aorus 2060 Super for around $400-$449.99 is actually worth it. Because you are practically getting 2080 power.
     
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    Use Throttlestop 8.72, enable C-states in your BIOS, use Throttlestop to enable EIST/C1E if necessary, Enable Speed Shift, set a SST ratio EPP of 96, which is default and won't interfere with game threads. Set speedshift minimum to x8 and maximum to max turbo multiplier. You can disable c-states if you want to but voltage will not drop if c-states are disabled, just multiplier. VID will drop but not vcore (this gets a bit tricky if you're on a laptop).

    128 EPP is a bit more aggressive downclocking, but I think this is the balanced setting. 255 pretty much locks it to x8 unless a 16 thread load happens and some games will still stutter like mad from maximum EPP.

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    @unclewebb where's the TS 8.72 link? Your profile only shows 8.70 beta 6? But you posted it over on I think Linustechtips (that's how I found it).
     
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  6. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOK's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    Maybe learn how to use Speed Shift - EPP
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    The ThrottleStop Guide (2019)

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    Happy New Year 2020 to you all:)
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOK's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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  8. electrosoft

    electrosoft Tick Tock Clarice....

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    Let me know how a 15 min 8gb mem use RealBench v2.56 stress test manages at 5ghz.
     
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    I will download realbench and test this out. My CPU holds 5Ghz at a very low voltage, so my wattage at 5Ghz is not that crazy high under real world usage. Being able to actually run Battlefield 5 which uses AVX instruction is a big deal. It’s not like a R20 run that last a few minutes. It’s like running R20 for 2 hours straight.

    I don’t think I’ve ever tried realbench though.

    I have put a lot of time in to thermal pad placement, lapping the heatsink, and lapping the IHS, and heatsink pressure, as well as liquid metal on every single contact point. This laptop can cool down components extremely well for what it is.

    You may just be surprised by how good it does. Or I’ve just got a really good cpu, and heatsink lottery, or maybe a combination of both.
     
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  10. electrosoft

    electrosoft Tick Tock Clarice....

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    I've read some of your posts and you seem to have the perfect storm (good chip, good heatsinks, good tweaks).

    8086k chips overall are pretty decent. I run mine specifically at 4.5ghz with a -150 uv because I want low to no fan noise when using it especially in the presence of these 12v monster fans.


    Same applies for the GPU.

    I used Superposition 4k optimized to fine tune my GPU thermal solutions so it doesn't break the 60's under full load AND the fans stay below 50% on auto.

    I used CB20 and RB 2.56 to get temps low enough to keep the fans under 50% under load @ 4.5

    This results in my gaming being an insanely quiet experience.

    I'm a stickler for far reaching stability and use the progression in my .sig as my baseline.

    Since most of my CPU optimizations center around CB20 and RB 2.56 now (along with P95 26.6 sometimes), I'm curious to see how your system handles RB 2.56 on a basic 15 min stress test as a baseline taking into consideration the quality of your chip, heatsink quality and tweaks/optimizations it will be interesting to see what your results are @ 5ghz, avx=0 and fan speed.
     
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